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An asherati might be mistaken for a thin human under some circumstances—at least until the asherati’s rust-red skin begins to glow with a light all its own, or until he dives headlong into the nearest sand dune, disappearing without a trace.
Asheratis are a geographically established people who live below the sands and dusts of suitable wastelands,rising to the surface to hunt for food, socialize and
trade with other races, and make war upon their enemies. As merfolk are to the sea, asheratis are to the sands.
Personality: Asheratis are a quiet people,given to reflection and long retreats from the presence of their fellows. However, every asherati acknowledges the value of community and fellowship, and each retreat is followed by a return to a sand-shrouded village where friendships are renewed and the needs of the community are met.
Physical Description: An asherati appears as a humanoid
with smooth skin the
color of rust. An asherati can
make its skin glow as if with an inner
fi re, giving off a piercing illumination
that suffuses through sand. An asherati
has no body hair and eyes the
color of ivory. The lithe asherati is a
graceful swimmer of the dunes, and
thus eschews excessive clothing or
equipment, wearing only minimal,
skin-hugging garments for modesty’s
sake. Some asheratis wear tight leather
armor, streamlined so as not to hinder
their progress through the sands.
A typical asherati stands between
5 and 6 feet tall and weighs about
Relations: Asheratis delight when nomads,
caravans, or travelers of almost any race appear in the
sands above their homes—by day, asherati merchants