Roddor

Fearless in combat and feels no pain since they dont have a reactive nervesystem which is a great help to continue fighting even when sustained heavy wounds like getting an arm chopped of.The big problem with this is that they often bleed to death by minor injuries when they are not in combat. Healing powers is strong within this group. The god they worship is still unknown.

Gortmass is very attractive to Rodda clans all over the Ushirian landscape since it can be used quick to stop bloodloss.

When outside of combat they tend to be a bit avoidant. Their community usually have strong seductive females that usually long to conquer new slaves to bed from all races of Ushiria. Female Roddor are strong agitators of war and use bodylanguage to invoke adrenaline to the weaker males that are mostly driven by inner urges.

Roddor likes to use their fists when in fights and more intimate situations since this holds the population numbers down. A big issue for the Roddor is that they grow quickly in numbers but also when it comes to become mature. In earth months it takes 2 months for the young to become mature. The great fistfights and other population reducing sports are popular in the Roddor communities since the biggest issue is to gain food equal to the population.

A not so aggressive sport they perform is “Catch the ring”

“ Stickhat sounds”

The stickhat on the Rodda in red on the picture is also sometimes made of metal and has a ring which makes a sound when the owner twirls his head around when moving. This is considered some sort of sacred ritual yet to be learned about.

Females of he Roddor and community leaders

People in Ushiria was introduced to sexism by the Roddor because of the ways of their community female tribal leaders. Also the artwork of male rats tend to be quite close to the erotic side when they draw and sculpt art based on their seductive leaders.

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