Fehr's Ethnology: Xesa (PFRPG) PDF
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The xesa (singular and plural) are a curious race from the deepest parts of the unexplored jungle. Their origin harkens back to a human jungle tribe that increasingly fell prey to a species of man-eating jungle plant; the plant developed strong pheromones that, unfortunately, the humans became addicted to. Small groups of them would gather around a plant, waiting for it to eat one of their group; the rest would have a few hours of ecstasy while their fellow was digested. The tribe would also eat the seeds of the plant as their main food source. Eventually this symbiotic relationships evolved into a hybrid creature with characteristics of both species; the xesa.
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Author: Perry Fehr
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