Adibadi

Our distant ancestral cousin. Adibadis are to Luratians what the chimpanzee is to the humans of Earth, though they more closely resemble the domesticated dog in their character and temperament.

Adibadis are loyal companions and excellent workers — easily trainable, eager to please, happy to serve. They are gentle playmates of children and loving members of the families with whom they live.

Adibadis are strong, yet nimble with their hands and fingers. The average trained adibadi can lift heavy stone tiles, carry them a great distance and then arrange them in an even and level array to form a smooth, sturdy outdoor flooring. Adibadis are such excellent gardeners that only the large-scale agricultural enterprises have been automated with robotics.

Adibadis are native to the Continent and were domesticated 8,000 years ago.

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