Lore | Other Nyarri Cultures

Above are a small number of the hundreds of possible fur variations of the nyarri. No two nyarri have identical spots, splotches, or stripes. Nyarri men and women can be hard to tell apart as they both can have the same fur coloring. However, Nyarri women have slender jawlines and nyarri men have larger, more square jaws.

There four main cultural groups of Nyarri, which are interbreed-able. There are the snow-striders, the savannah-runners, the jungle-climbers, and the desert-walkers

Desert-walkers were talked about in the Nyarri Armor lore post.

Jungle climbers live in the trees of the tropical jungles. They have brown fur patterns that work well with camouflage in the jungle. They are a member state of the Nyarri Empire. They build homes, high up in the large trees, out of sandstone which they buy from the Desert Walkers in exchange for the delicious fruits and animals that thrive in their jungles.

Forest Nyarri – A lesser group, off-shooting from the jungle group that lives in the forests. They are a part of the Nyarri Empire, but very much a minority group. They are typically considered to be a part of the jungle group.

Savannah runners are lean and nimble for traversing vast open lands and have short patterned fur. They are Nomadic and not a part of the Nyarri Empire. They have developed lean bodies well adapted for running and can run up to 80 mph. They are, however, unable to leap as high as other nyarri groups who can leap as high as 15 feet into the air.

Snowstriders live in snow covered forests high up north and have long and thick layered white leopard spotted fur to protect from the cold. They have the smallest population of all Nyarri and are the most culturally independent. They are partially nomadic and build habitats of ice. They are not part of the Nyarri Empire.

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