|Average Height||1.5 to 1.8 meters|
|Skin color||Muddy yellow, ruddy brown|
|Distinctions||Large black eyes, single black horn, pointed ears |
|Average lifespan||55 years|
|Known Members||List of known Advozsec|
The Advozsec (singular: Advozse) are an alien race that are humanoid in form and are home to Riflor in the Riflorii system in the Cerean Quadrant. Often found with a pessimistic, paranoid and very realistic view of life, the Acvozsec are often found in Corporate management today due to their natural skepticism.
Biology and Appearance
The Advozsec are characterized by their short stature, large black eyes and the small single horn on the almost hairless heads of the males. Their ears are pointed to maximize aural sensitivity and their large eyes allow them to see in the murky light but are very sensitiv to bright light. Their skin color ranges from yellow to brown. Strict vegetarians, they can become violently ill if they consume any form of meat.
Society and Culture
Native to Riflor, a planet with an atmosphere that is usually filled with ash from volcanic eruptions which often blots out the sunlight, the Advozse are used to a harsh environment. The darkened skies lead to severe drops in temperature, so the Advozsec prefer to live near geothermal springs for the heat they provide. Unfortunately, the region surrounding these springs tends to be unstable, and those living there frequently have their settlements destroyed by tectonic activity.
The frequent need to rebuild from devastation has instilled a deep cultural detachment from material goods among the Advozsec, and they refrain from making any kind of long term plans. Furthermore, they are often characterized as having a pessimistic, selfish and paranoid outlook on life. Despite advancements in technology which allow the race to make more permanent structures, their prevalent attitude tends toward the cynical.
Advozsec generally used a first name and a second name. Typical names included Kol Nurn, Roda Lem, and Vel Ramdro. Other Advozsec, are only known by a single name, e.g. Tulak or Kalut