Height Range: 4’0’’ – 7’0’’
Most of the species I work with have a means of language understood by the various species.
Qwuedavaluu are considered to be a cousin species to the Qwuedeviv. They have the same general origin as the Qwuedeviv, but tend to have a more bat-like appearance. Large ears, wings and small fangs are some of their distinguishing features. Qwuedavaluu lack the morphing tendency that Qwuedeviv have.
The Qwuedavaluu are similar in size to the common Qwuedeviv, but their ears are nearly double that of the Qwuedeviv. They also have a tuft of thick fur around their necks. Perhaps most notably though is their wings.
Qwuedavaluu have wings that stretch from their armpit (sometimes extending down along their torso) clear out to the tip of their hands. These wings and connecting membrane are securely attached to the arm and may easily fold to stay out of the way when not gliding. Qwuedavaluu cannot fly, but they can in fact glide. It is a little difficult for them though given their body shape, to be graceful in landing.
Qwuedavaluu may have white, black or colored eye sclera. Most are one to two primary colors with occasional accent colors. Unlike Qwuedeviv, Qwuedavaluu have pads on their feet and hands. Their tails are thin with a wing like ridge running along part of the length and additional wings near the tail tip to aid in directing the Qwuedavaluu.
The gill-like features on their face are their means of breathing—they cannot breathe underwater. They can swim, but doing so is a pain as their fur is not water resistant like that of the Qwuedeviv.
Only about 50 percent of Qwuedavaluu can glide, a large percentage of them have underdeveloped wings incapable of supporting their body. A very small percent—3 to 5 percent, are capable of flight. Their wings are much larger.
Qwuedavaluu muzzles look very similar to those of the Qwuedeviv—no visible nose.
A Qwuedavaluu’s neck fur tuft is always much fluffier/thicker than the rest of its thin coat.
Qwuedavaluu toes and fingers are slightly pointed.
Senses: (As comparable to a Human)
Sight: Excellent—They have a very well developed ability to see in some of the darkest places. Note they cannot see in true ‘dark,’ they just have very good vision in dimly lit places.
Hearing: Excellent—They can hear things from quite a ways away; loud noises may hurt their ears.
Touch: Average; nothing noteworthy
Taste: Average; nothing noteworthy
Smell: Average; nothing noteworthy
N/A They mostly just vary in markings.
Ability to cross large gaps via gliding
Ability to navigate in the dark
Teeth could also provide for a nasty bite
Wings are naturally a weak point.
Qwuedavaluu don’t have any real distinguishing marks that set their society apart from any other. Like many of the other species, they mingle with those not of their kind, adapting to all sorts of various lifestyles. The Qwuedavaluu can be found settled on many various planets.
They are occasionally welcomed to join the Qwuedeviv military, but they are rather sparse in said location. The Qwuedeviv still consider them an ally though since they will aid the Qwuedeviv with whatever they can if asked.
Depends on what kind of a culture they are in. Naturally, accommodations must be made for their wings, but this is no big issue since the aliens all seem to have a lot of various odds and ends to their normal appearances. In short, you can buy a lot of weird clothes in space.
Names: They don’t have any particular standards for naming. Most just have an ‘alien sounding’ name.
Relationship With Other Species:
Varies. There aren’t any they have become outright enemies with as a species though.
Qwuedavaluu genders/lack thereof, work the same way as the Qwuedeviv, however, Qwuedavaluu will refer to each other by a gender most of the time. Exceptions are those who work in the Qwuedeviv military.
Qwuedeviv and Qwuedavaluu actually get along fairly well.