Vorotos is the proud son of Venator, leader of a small race of gigantic four-armed humanoids called the Taegras. Fur lined with deep black stripes covers the tough skin of these creatures, suggesting a mutation involving feline genetics. Likewise, the menacing catlike fangs and razor-sharp claws at the ends of the Taegras' massive digits have proven to be their most trusted weapons. They are an elite warrior race who pride themselves on their hunting ability, seeking only blood as they embrace the one truth they know of the universe: only the strong survive.
Vorotos stands about 9 feet tall and weighs nearly five-hundred pounds; quite large, even for a Taegras, who average at about seven and a half feet. Venator is the largest and most powerful member of the tribe; and naturally, his son carries his superior genetics. Nature of the mutation:
In addition to growing two additional arms, the Taegras have adopted many sense-altering genetic mutations closely related to the feral big cats of the old world: their vision is perfect at night, they possess astounding agility in relation to their size (in comparison to a homosapien), retractable claws, and a particularly acute sense of hearing and smell. They are quite intelligent, showing many behavioral characteristics similar to human beings, including the use of advanced tools and technology.Personality:
Vorotos is a proud, fierce leader. Born and raised while being hunted day after day by rivaling species, his view on life is cold, dark, and clouded by blood. He considers the Taegras' mix of physical and mental prowess to be the most superior on Earth, slaughtering anything he doesn't deem beneficial to his race's cause; his people know little purpose other than to kill and multiply.Bio:
Part of one of few stationary Taegran tribes, Vorotos had been a hunter and soldier for nearly ten years before he became the leader of an offensive tactical unit, developed in order to quell the advance of the species surrounding the small stretch of forested land the Taegrans called home. The history of the Taegras is shrouded in mystery.