Chrystal: there will conflict amongst the Kamari as well as the shipwrecked crew.
But the opinions will likely not be limited to either seeing the newcomers as deities or viewing them as merely mortal invaders.
Some might realize they are not supernatural beings, but acknowledge the fact that their weapons are so superior, any open conflict would mean suicide.
Others might try - foolishly or not - to form alliances with the newcomers to better their own standing and power.
I did say ranging from ... to ...!
I think that having characters who are convinced that the newcomers are gods and characters who are convinced they are mortals, and EVERYTHING in between, makes for an interesting cultural upheaval.
Noori is the daughter of a nobleman and a peasant. As such, she has noble blood, but can never claim her birthright as she is illegitimate. She has bettered herself, however, by gaining a position as a virgin servant of the Second Sun Goddess Phago, who brings good health and prosperity to all. However as a temple servant she has very quickly come to realise that the gods and goddesses do not, in fact, trouble themselves with the lives of Kamari and the acts put on for worshippers are mostly artifice.
She is really interested in the fact that, while the priestesses maintain the status quo, the priests study things. Noori is very bright - too bright for her own good, and has nearly been caught several times in the Priests' study, reading their scrolls and learning about the world.
Human is the name of our species, our planet is called "Earth" and we refer to each other as man and woman.
So: Kamari is the name of the species. The planet would actually be called "Earth" by the Kamari and perhaps they refer to each other as Kama and Kami?