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Running down the spectrum of bioelectric voltage, from top right down
Zero Voltage [Hair Parted]: When Yulaan suppresses her bioelectricity down to human levels, causing her hair to fall flat
Zero Voltage: Fully suppressed bioelectricity, but with her bangs obscuring her eyes. Basically think Lucy Loud with shaggier, heavy rocker hair.
Low Voltage: Yulaan suppresses her bioelectricity, but not to zero. This causes her hair to appear very spiked and glammy, perfect for the 1980s or Scenes, and is the most "Saiyanlike" to me.
Resting Voltage [Hair Tied]: Yulaan neither suppresses nor enhances her bioelectricity, and also captures her hair with a tie of some sort. Her most iconic look.
Resting Voltage: Unaugmented bioelectricity, untied hair. If you've drawn her right, she looks like emo Caulifla.
High Voltage: When Yulaan (or any Yaban) enhances bioelectrical output. Bioelectricity often crackles around her in this state, and her whole demeanor becomes stressed and very battle-focused. It's almost like Super Saiyan 2.
Ought to point out that bioelectricity ≠ qi. Yulaan can use the full extent of her qi when Zero Voltage and can be secularized when High Voltage.
Yulaan's most common appearances, though with her drawn with Resting Voltage hair in the Travis Bickle get-up.
From left to right:
- Primal Yulaan (Resting Voltage, Hair Tied)
- Kommando Yulaan (Low Voltage)
- Bickle Yulaan (Resting Voltage)
- Casual Yulaan (Zero Voltage)
The Thunder-voiced Lord of War
A legendary ancient Yaban immortalized in Yeren mythology
Batzor is THE archetypal Chaotic Yaban and is renowned across Kollidor for his relentless brutality and Yaban hypermasculinity, as well as his evil, boyish face.
Batzor wasn't birthed— he punched and ripped his way out of his mother's womb and slaughtered his parents. Their bloody corpses were his first meal and, barely able to walk, he spent the rest of his first day in battle
Ripping themselves out of their mother's womb is thus known as a "Batzorian birth" and is only possible because of how quickly Yabans both gestate and mature— it takes only three months to go from conception to birth and only a week for a newborn Yaban to walk and, thus, fight and kill. As a result, if a Yaban child is even a week overdue, they can beat their way our of their mothers and birth themselves in blood and violence.
Yaban babies don't need milk— they need blood. Thus, this is ideal for them. Bolloi mothers typically survive and find extreme pride in Batzorian births, but yenoi mothers fear and dread this fate.
Batzor avoided becoming Feral, but was so violent that there was little difference. His whole life was a single long uninterrupted state of ultraviolence, and he enjoyed every moment of it as he grew stronger and more adept at combat. Most days were spent in a freakish state of aggression and nexcidium and he'd enter a bloodfreaked state often where his metabolism shifted and he fought for weeks or months on end— nonstop, without rest or feast til the end.
Thus, bloodfreaking is also known as a Batzorian High.
Batzor was also strange for a Yaban— unlike most of his comrades, he had an actual sexual appetite as well. Thus he was a popular stallion with Jinkai nymphs (an all-female species also native to Kollidor) and what few sexually active bollois existed in his time. And his time was extensive.
He lived for 2,500 years— Yabans do not die of old age naturally, instead cycling between youth and maturity endlessly, or at least they would if they did not often perish in battle.
Batzor became legendary even in his time as the Starbreaker/Godbreaker. Though he was not a star-level warrior by far, he seemed like such to his contemporaries.
He vowed to find the Ido Yarboggesh and lay waste to her loins, but after crossing the Thousand Year Desert, he proved unable to best the warlock in battle.
Not long after, his end began when he fought the demigod Abatai in a fistfight that lasted a thousand years. He won, but the moment his bloodfreaked state ceased, his hunger drove him to spontaneously eat his slain opponent— and then himself.
Batzor is remembered as one of the mightiest Yabans who ever lived, and is commemorated with an epic, mile-high statue protected by the God Getavara Himself at the Valley of the Godbreaker. He is a major character in Yeren mythology, which details Yaban mythological history from their origins 20,000 years ago up to Great Contact with Gosamyrs 2,000 years ago.
His cult of Batzor worship is extensive and something of a nagoi answer to Vroda kvltvr.
All drawn by Ishida1694