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Playable: Yes
Antag Only: Yes
Whitelisted: No
Physical Characteristics
Height: 6'10" to 7'5"
Weight: 200lbs to 250lbs
System: Unknown
Planet: Unknown

The Bogani are a theocratic and specicidal alien empire from the unknown regions of the Milky Way. Little is known about the violent species, but they are highly advanced, and seek to conquer known life into slavery, or extinction.


The biological make up of the Bogani is, and not to be cliche, incredibly alien to what has been encountered so far. They're humanoid in appearance, standing between 6'10" and 7'5", but it's impossible to tell which gender might possess taller traits. They have a greyish purple exoskeleton, but it's composition is unknown. They also have only one, large, central eye like that of a cyclops.

The Bogani also breath Chlorine gas, how they have been able to survive to such an advanced point and colonize is unknown, even stranger is the lack of a standard male/female variation in the sexual orientations, as they can be separated to three if not more. It is unclear how this allows for reproduction and what other changes it might have in their biology.


The Bogani are an imperialistic civilization with a heavy reliance on slavery. Contact (though violent) with the species has shown that they have an incredibly complex hierarchy somewhat like that of a caste system. Slavery for the Bogani is an integral part of their culture. Other species that are conquered by them are either mixed into the Slave trade or eradicated like a virus. The Bogani use the word "Qyegno" to describe their slaves, and other species not yet conquered, most likely as a word to describe how they view other species as beneath them. Many different creatures have been seen in the employ of the Bogani, often fitted with bioengineered technology to help with breathing their chlorine gas. The most common that are seen are the small, child like versions of the Bogani, and their large, hairless wolf like beasts. Survival of the fittest is also a strong part of their ways. In combat, injured Bogani have often been left behind by their peers. Those injured do not cry out for aid, but continue as best they can on their own, either making it back to their allies where they can receive aid or committing suicide before capture, as they have done many times already.