[Cosmosdex] The Universal Encyclopedia


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The speciesdex hosts info about the many intelligent species in the universe. A species is a group who can reasonably perform, or at least comprehend, higher action skills, such as driving a ship, building shelter, or farming. Almost all of the species here have entered the universal society one way or the other.



True to their heterotrophic nature, the eularae do not establish relations without regard for their own benefit, either parasitic or mutual, in a characteristically utilitarian behaviour. Regardless of that, they are not animalistic-predatory beings that systemically prey on those they consider useless, especially because of their finely-tuned tastes for quality, and would ever consume underwhelming products if that meant their lives were at risk.


Fairies are usually happy, free spirits, and also usually very nature-oriented. Usually, groups of fairies will make their home in heavily forested or lush biomes, where they can hide out when they don't wish to be seen. They have a tendency to be shy, but quite mischievous. Often, when a fairy does make their way to find others, it's to play tricks and pranks.


The way falouts act depends on which of the two subspecies they are, but all falouts share a few common factors. Falouts tend to pay hyper attention to people and details around them. Most falouts who have no job to do will commonly climb their way out to the tallest thing nearby and stand at watch, making a warning noise if they spot any danger. In an area with a lot of falouts it isn't uncommon to see falouts piled up in the same spot, each keeping a look out.


While the finer details of a fhelzo's personality vary between different types, there are a few constants that appear regardless of the fhelzo's given personality. By default fhelzo lack any vocal means of communicating and thus most fhelzo will rarely communicate with those outside their own race, instead preferring to listen and decide what to do without responding.


Most people will describe the fibrae as the epitome of the "Surfer-Dude" personality. They are usually quite laid back and very welcoming to new people and ideas, recommending certain hairstyles that they believe would fit their look, excitedly debating the philosophical and ethical aspects of braids (for hours on end), or maybe even flirting with other species on their first meeting. Most people, however, do not know that one should never, ever, put a fibrae in a position of leadership


Cheery, excited, and friendly are commonly apt descriptors of this species. The fleetomine culture is centered around friendship and celebrations. As soon as one is born they are searching to make a new friend, and whomever becomes their first friend names them.

This means that although they treat newcomers and visitors with their utmost respect, fleetomine are subject to being manipulated and deceived easily.


Floris are gentle giants. They are incredibly peaceful, shy, and hate conflict. Communities of floris are often very tight knit and co-dependant. They are always taking care of and defending eachother from danger. If one is messed with, the whole family will jump to their defense.


Fogs can be fickle, since it's a large mind-hive rather than a single organism. It is on the whole, mysterious, and its purpose in the grand order of things isn't known for certain. What is known is that fogs universally hates gravity. Its psionics cannot stay connected in gravity stronger than that of a moderate-sized asteroid, it will collapse into inert dust, but even smaller fields restrict its movement, which is apparently uncomfortable.


The frejynk were a species of desert reptile that used to live in the currently destroyed desert planet Arrakeron. They had no limbs to speak of, with a long, sinuous body covered with a thick layer of scales ending in a usually sharp tail. They had a sandy brown bone-like formation on their heads, similar to that of a skull, with a band on the front where a blue eye could be seen.


The hostility of their home planet makes death, injury and illness all too common. If they grieved like most species they would spend all their time crying, so instead ingrained in their culture is an exceptionally morbid sense of humour. A typical frescari will laugh at even the deaths of their loved ones, and crying is frowned upon if not outright punished by those around them.


Frilliz are an incredibly family-oriented species, forming small tribes out of family groups. They share everything that they have with each other amongst their tribe, and honor the bonds of the tribe above all else. When alone, frilliz are very prone to depression, anxiety, and the numbing of emotions, but this can be avoided by establishing close-knit relationships with other species. It is noted that species with similar appearances to frilliz will be more easily bonded with.


Galoopers are above all else "friendly." Very friendly, to the the point where it's difficult to get a galooper to not make gratuitous shows of affection towards people, animals, whatever. This is a bit of a problem, since galoopers seem to not fully understand that their bodily fluids can hurt people, and much like a small child, will be very disheartened by rejections of their well intended advances, without really understanding why what they did is bad.


Gandorins usually act very anxious and nervous around members of species from other planets, but they can teach themselves to calm down around certain individuals, usually their friends or crew members. Sometimes they'll be born into a family who doesn't teach them to fear aliens, and these individuals can easily interact with other species and be fine, and will often give hugs to their friends, or other people they trust.


Garduians are strongly protective of the places where they grew up, to an almost religious degree, and many spend their whole lives staying within the same area, watching for any passers-by who would dare to trespass. Depending on the individual, they may simply obstruct the path of intruders and attempt to divert them, or watch them like a hawk until they leave, but the instant a garduian believes something to be a threat to their home they will become hostile, attacking until the intruder has either been run off or killed.


To some, calling the geckrechauns greedy is an overstatement; to others, an understatement. What both parties can agree on is that there is nothing in the universe the species loves more than money. The geckrechauns only live for a short 20 years, and from the moment they are hatched they are on a mad dash to obtain as much wealth as possible. They laugh in the faces of those who say that money cannot buy happiness. Traders by nature, the geckrechauns travel the universe, selling their goods. From the humble trader of worthless knick-knacks to the great planet salesgeck, this species can be found in all sectors of trade.


Geigers are very friendly, trusting, and are docile until threatened. Although even when threatened, geigers often try to take a peaceful approach. Only when the situation seems hopeless will a geiger fight tooth, nail, and boiling water to get out though many have been known to just accept their fate. Geigers speak with their mouths closed, which tends to unnerve people so sometimes they will move their mouth to mimic speech movements.


The gemimi is an affectionate and peaceful herbivore. Their love of travel keeps them on the move, they never feel like they have truly found their place in the world, and while for some gemimis this makes them nervous and uncertain, others enjoy the excitement of meeting new people. Gemimi are social creatures, normally they carefully build a friend group that understands them and their needs.


Generic. They live their life as generically as possible. What this equals depends on what planet they're on.


Geptads are nomadic and very good at adapting to new environments. Many cannot stand not moving and are a bit restless by nature. They live in nomadic groups known as colonies, which consist of exactly 36 individuals. The group number is never higher or lower, though at times the party seen is smaller due to certain geptads either having some alone time or being off on their own individual quests.


Two primary directives govern gigne philosophy above all else: seek knowledge, and, even more importantly, share knowledge. To gignes, the right to learn is just as important as the right to food or shelter, and to this end they make sure all gigne research is openly available to anyone who may wish to peruse it. If one wishes to learn more about a topic, they need only ask a gigne; they may not know, but they'll definitely be able to point to where one can start looking.