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From the expansive deserts to sprawling oases, the Ano’uko people are a race born for survival in the desert. A proud and noble collective of people, Anu’oko are strong and fully in touch with their spiritual side. While some Anu’oko find themselves as wanderers, seeking out a greater purpose and meaning as they explore the world, many reside with other Anu’oko in their sandstone-carved cities with golden adornments. Shaping metals elegantly, living near watery sources such as oases, rivers, or water basins surrounded by miles and miles of sand, they are a people who are used to the scorching sun and the chilling desert nights. The Anu’oko people have an innate ability to sense undead creatures, connected to their origination and their spiritual nature.

Known for their canine features and strikingly black fur, many takes to using fine jewelry, headresses, clothes, and robes to stand out from among the rest of their people. They live in societies governed by the collective whole, believing in the rule of the public as opposed to an isolated source of power, as they have shirked the need for emperors and government long ago and embraced an anarchist collective where decisions are made as a whole. The youngest Anu’oko people are referred to as pups, and typically they are raised by their fathers while the mothers work and acquire food, and it is the women of their cities that bear the brunt of the responsibility for protection and defense.

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This title was added to our catalog on October 01, 2020.