Though the majority of Muvari have a very light emerald shade of skin they have, in spite of their often well-founded xenophobia, mixed with a number of other tribes giving their population a wide-ranging rainbow of hues of various intensities.
The nethratu is a rarely seen creature that dwells in the depths of Mars. It has chameleon-like qualities that allow it to blend in with its surroundings. It takes samples of the local colorations with tendrils that extend from its feet.
It possesses a thorny hide and whip-like appendages that are capable of slicing its prey asunder. Once it captures its prey, it attaches with various tendrils that grow from its hide or hands and sucks the innards out for nourishment.
There are some reports of animal shamans being able to control and employ this creature for their own purposes or for their tribe.
Gimsha Fetnig was a Muvari Warrior who lifted the beam from the Tunnel of Thusist Skell, collapsing it upon an incursion of Scurm attackers, killing them all and slaying herself in the process. The Tunnel of Thusist Skell was never reopened, and was in fact sealed off from the other side as well, and in honor of Gimsha Fetnig’s sacrifice, a statue was erected on the Ledgrim side of the tunnel.
The red lizard would indeed be a formidable foe if not for its soft underbelly, and if the Fejuvisites had not developed a tactic for fighting the lizards. The Fejuvisites build a rock pile with a central chamber that contains small embrasures. The rock pile is baited with rotting beshi meat which draws the lizard-like flies to carrion. When the red lizard mounts the rock pile, the Fejuvisi warriors thrust spears through the embrasures and slay the lizards from the safety of their concealment.
Crunths possess blazing red eyes, scaly legs protruding from shaggy dun-colored coats. They possess squashed faces with small mouths filled with jagged, venomous teeth. They are not very agile, but if they are able to corner their prey and deliver a bite, the poison quickly renders their hapless victim helpless. Then, as a pack, they rend the victim apart, little piece by little piece.