Theria

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The Theria are a nigh extinct sentient race whose origins remain shrouded in galactic history. The tales surrounding their mythical exploits have been told by dozens of civilizations. To many, the Theria are a race of gods, former protectors who have inextricably vanished from the galaxy.

The Theria are said to possess numerous supersensory powers. Telekinesis, bilocation, flight, and other abilities have been attributed to the Theria. Above all, they are regarded as healers with many tales recounting their ability to even raise the dead.

In recounting their tales, there are questions as to whether the Theria are truly a race or an order. Countless stories tell of individuals from various worlds being drawn into the Theria and joining their ranks following a rite of alteration. This has been substantiated via the legends of Eu’merus and Kamp El. What this rite entails is unknown. If true, further questions arise as to whether the powers of the Theria are tech based or biological.

The fate of the Theria remains unknown. Legend states that, following a great battle, those few Theria who remained committed an act of ascension. Attempts to translate what the act of ascension is have produced several theories from suicide to the physical return to the spiritual realm.

The one sole fact scholars can agree on is that the Theria existed in some shape or form due to the extensive dissemination of their stories throughout the galaxy. Archaeological, however, has proven elusive.

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