Kavakörös are Fey creatures native to the ocean. They are comfortable in the deep sea and on the ground. Kavakörös resemble elves but have some differences. They always have shinning blue hair (dark or light) and deep blue or green (less common) eyes. They do not have any facial or body hair and soft pale skin. Males are noticeably larger than females and are usually muscular, while females are more delicate and graceful.
Kavakörös tend toward neutrality in both good and evil, law and chaos axis.
The Kavakörö religion is shamanic/druidic, centred on the worship of spirits of nature and their ancestors.
Kavakörös society is tribal, headed by the shamans and druids (almost always female). Like other shamanic society, spirituality has great importance in everyday matters. Their society is matriarchal, females are the leaders and males are the hunters and warriors. Despite these gender roles, males and females are considered equal.
They are nomadic and live in a hunter-gatherer lifestyle, travelling from beach to beach, setting up their tents and huts. If the resources are sufficient they may remain in place for many years.
Clothing is mostly made of sealskin (basically leather); the clothes of Kavakörö shaman are often embroidered with jewels and semi-precious stones, and can be insanely expensive.
Kavakörö wear light armours made of seal or walrus hide, some wear medium armour made of bone. The armour often only covers the torso. Most Kavakörö weapons are made of bone, and are of primitive design.
Kavakörö characters have the following game-specific (3.5) characteristics.
Based on the Selkies article on the D&D Wiki and the Selkie entry in the D&D Fiend Folio.
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