The Syrx pronounced "sigh rex" is a reptilian species from the Deadwinds. Nomadic in nature, Syres generally populate where it's uncomfortably warm; though, due to their thirst for acquisition and commerce will go where the credit goes. The Syrx social hierarchy is based in family houses, generally overwhelming in numbers and slightly feuding. As such, many Syrx don't cater to the form of having an individual name but rather take on the identity of the family name when dealing with situations of commerce or social activities outside of their brood. Syrx merchants deal in all a reaches of property from ships and equipment, to food and slavery. Generally however, Syrx trade is generally the middle man; their nomadic nature and constant need to follow the coin keeps them tied down to someone over them, a boss or a provisioner.
Physical Appearances Edit
As with many reptilian species, the Syrx are covered in scales and stand on average 1.8 meters tall. They have different facial variants depending on the sex and genealogy of a particular Syrx. Bipedal creatures with arms and hands that have three overdeveloped flanges that are fanged at the tip; though, it's become a practice of the Syrx to keep these large bone claws filed down in order to not scratch or tear into objects or people accidentally. Their eyes are slitted, much like a snake's or lizards, with two sets of lids. Musculatures are generally broad in a male Syrx while slender in a female Syrx. Reproductive organs are concealed under a mid crotch flap of scales. Generally, Syres bodies project heat abnormally hot, though when angered, aroused, or generally excited, the Syrx body temperature gains further heat almost exceeding safe to touch.
Among others of their kind, Syres generally go without clothes, presenting themselves. Along with genetic physical differences among kinds of Syrx, many scale patterns and colors are even further different. These are generally used in attracting a mate as they exude a sort of glow. However, among other races, Syres prefer loose fitting robes with large shadowing hoods. These robes are usually adorned by their house and family name symbology.