Elerian

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Elerian
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General information
GovernmentFeudal
PersonalitySpartan, Militaristic, Enlightened
Race picks+20% offense/defense for ships
Telepathic
Race traitsTelepathic
Omniscient
Beam attack: +25%
Beam defense: +25%
Politics and geography
HomeworldDraconis
LeaderBerylia

The Elerian are a race in Master of Orion.

Background[edit | edit source]

Master of Orion II[edit | edit source]

The warrior castes of the Elerians are the only face most outsiders ever see. This humanoid society is matriarchal, and to date only females are allowed to join the military. Those who do are provided with the best possible training. Thus, Elerian ships gain a 20% defensive and 20% offensive bonus in combat. While the females fight, the all-male philosopher caste has developed incredible mental powers. Their meditations have produced remote knowledge of every system in the galaxy, and their telepathic powers are second to none. The Elerians' social structure is strengthened by a Feudal government in which only the warrior castes hold positions of power.

Master of Orion: Conquer the Stars[edit | edit source]

The Elerians are a feudal matriarchy of honorable and xenophobic warriors who demand total respect from the inferior races of the galaxy. Enchanting and ethereal, the Elerians do not consider other races to be their peers. Obsessed with purity of Elerian culture, they maintain a cold distance from the rest of the universe. Beneath their beautiful exteriors and distant ways, they hide the hot blooded ways of a feudal warrior race with no sympathies for other societies. The women are a telekinetic warrior race, with a small group of male telepathic philosophers who can see into the minds and hearts of others on a limited basis. The Elerians devote themselves to strict codes of honor, integrity, and purity. Those who do not respect the firm boundaries of the Elerians will face a mighty retribution. The filth and refuse of the universe has washed up on the pristine shores of Draconis, causing the usually withdrawn race to take to the stars in order to push intruders from their sacred space. The only mercy available to the savages of the wild stars are a cleansing fire, saved from their own impure ways by a clean death.

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