What does the New Galimarian race look like?

The new Galimarian race is a humanoid race. By human standards, they are quite attractive in form and appearance. Similar to the Finnish, they have high cheekbones, and their eyes are larger than their earthly counterparts. Those eyes are also slightly different in that they are completely black. They do not have different eye colors like humans have.

New Galimarian Male 1Their bodies are proportionate, beautiful and slender. Internally they are similar as well, however they have larger hearts. This facilitates enhanced physical fitness.New Galimarian Female 2
Females and males are both striking in appearance. For the most part, they are all what we would regard as tall. All adult Galimarians are over six feet tall.

Galimarians are rather long lived. The oldest Galimarian was one named J’ Sepp Yucholl. J’ Sepp is approximately fifteen thousand years old in Earth years. He is a New Galimarian philosopher and is obviously one of the most respected of all New Galimarians.

At the time of the age of enlighment - Not completely femaleOne of the most telltale signs of a Galimarian is the black irises of their eyes. They do have irises that limit the amount of light that enters the eye. However these irises are black (no color as with humans) and so their eyes have a white portion, surrounding a completely black iris.

As far as hairstyles, Galimarian men and women only have hair on their heads; there is no hair found anywhere else on their bodies. Both genders may or may not have hair on their heads, but that is their personal choice.
If clothing is worn, the look and feel is light and airy, accented with precious and non-precious metals and stones.



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