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The word Kasari is derived from two base words: Kas, the father of all Kasari, and ari, sons (aer for son). The Kasari hail from the Realm of Light, a realm that never sees nightfall. They came to this realm through the Gates of Thelus during the Second War of the Realms 250 years ago. Half of the Kasari are nomadic desert dwellers that depend on raiding. Two other tribes have committed themselves to the Sylant rule and serve in their military. The final tribe, the Tribe of Triuk, defected from Va’kas and Kasari society all together. They have flocked to human cities and faiths.
The Kasari originally hail from the Realm of Light, lending to their unusual characteristics. They range in height from four to five feet for females and four and a half to five and a half for males. They are lean and muscular with broad shoulders and broader trapezius muscles than normally found in humans. Their facial features tend to be flat with a broad nose and large forehead. They have wider hands and feet when compared to humans.
Their most distinguishing features are their skin and hair. Their skin is either red and green, brown and green, black and green, blue and green, white and green, or strictly green. The primary color is broken broken by a dark green web. Even when the Kasari is all green, the secondary green is darker than the primary green. Their hair will vary in colors such as red, yellow, green, blue, black, white, brown or violet.
The Kasari most distinguishing feat is their inexhaustible endurance during the day. During the night they tire quicker than what is to be expected. It is thought that the unusual skin of the Kasari grants them their extraordinary endurance.
Tattoos are another distinguishable feature of most Kasari. Each tribe has a sacred tattoo they use to track the number of battles they have fought and won. The details of how a Kasari earns his tattoos are not shared with outsiders. The larger the tattoo seems to indicate their significance and standings in the tribe.