User:Canreb/Tel's Current Project

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Canreb/Tel's Current Project
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Four Letter Code JZZA
Federation Status Peaceful
Planet of Origin near the Eagle nebula in the Alpha Quadrant
Encountered USS ???
Current Tech Level N
List of Named Canreb/Tel's Current Projects
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"Nature prov"
a Jzzahn saying.
The Jzzahn are a species of

Home System

  • Quadrant: Alpha
  • Location: Unid Patala Sector (coordinates A??-????-????)
  • Proper Name: Zzazz system
  • Star: It orbits a class B (Blue-White) star
  • Distance from Star: its orbit is approximately 54 million km
  • Companions: It is the 3rd of 7 planets in the system
  • Moons: It has 6 tiny moons, 2 small ones and 1 large moon

Home World

  • Proper Name: Zzazz III
  • Diameter: 15,086 km (9,374 miles)
  • Gravity: 0.96 standard gravity with a density of 4.2
  • Axial Tilt: 10.1%, with minimal seasonal changes
  • Orbital Period: 403 days
  • Rotational Period: 22.6 hours
  • Classification: M
  • Surface Water: 59%
  • Atmosphere: 1.01% is a standard pressure with 73% nitrogen, 25% oxygen, 2% trace chemicals
  • Climate: Shifts from warm to cool with mild extremes near the poles and equator
  • Terrain: Numerous large mountain chains with sheltered valleys, rough zones, swamps and vast plains
  • Population: Just over 1.2 billion

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Description

This humanoid species is unique in the fact that they have 15 eyes, 14 of which are the same size and then the central eye is double the size. These eyes are all pure black. They have a thick, tough gray epidermis that is incredibly wrinkled near and around their eyes. They tend to be between 5'6" and 6' tall and the vast majority of their species are slim and for the most part fit.

It is almost impossible to tell the males from the females just by looking at them or listening to them talk. Both sexes wear the exact same kind of clothes, robes that tend to be monochromatic in color, hang down to just below their knees and leave their arms exposed.

Physiology

As with most intelligent humanoid species they have a very complex system with specialized organs, and unique hormones, chemicals and enzymes. They are typical humanoids with most of the physical, mental and biological medical problems that seem to plague most humanoids.

Due to the brightness and high levels of various different types of solar radiation they have developed a thick, protective epidermis that protects them from sunburns and other hazardous skin afflictions caused by exposure to this kind of solar energy. Their vision is also highly developed, allowing them to see various different aspects of their environment that would normally only be possible with the use of highly advanced technological devices.

Their sense of taste is almost none existent and most things tend to taste the same to them. Only very strong tastes like sour, sweet or hot can be recognized but are only mild to them.

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Federation Intelligence Files

Nothing so far.

Sources

This is an original Starbase 118 species created by Cmdr. Tal Tel-ar for use in the Eagle nebula region of space.

This article contains info exclusive to the StarBase 118 Universe




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