The extraterrestrial race known as the Centaurians originate in the Milky Way Galaxy, in a region known as the Beta Centauri star system. The Centauri system, has various other inhabitant planets such as: Arima and Alpha Centauri A home of the Alpha Centaurians; Centuri-Six and Proxima Centauri home of the Centurii. The species are blue humanoids with red crest on their craniums. The Centaurian people after thousand years of development have split into two sects, based on the religious beliefs. The first sect is the Habaktu, they are followers of the Circle of Life, which is their people's holy path and is guided by sharing a oneness with the deity Anthos. The second sect is known as the Akuun, those without faith. They eventualy become a spacefaring and make contact with humanity in the year 2990 AD.
Culture, Ethology and Biology
The native Centaurian language is a system of grunts, clicks, and whistles, but they are able to speak other languages such as "English", but it is painful for them to speak for too long without resting their throats.
Here some terms used for Centaurian matters: Centaurian Dictionary
They have a natural connection to their living world and its ecosystem, which is particular strong in their warrior-shamans. This connection can appear like psychic abilities to others species.
Same way, the Centaurians can "feel resonance" with their fellows. However, a Centaurian can lose this ability, known as the Way, and therefore not be felt.
Reproduction/The Circle of Life
Reproduction is the only purpose for intimate relations among them, and therefore they haven't interest for relationships with non-Centaurians. It is plausible that the crest (Tahlei) has a role in their sexuality.
Sub-species and powers
- See the List of Inhuman Centaurians.
In this time line their planet, Beta Centauri-IV, was known to export kruna fruit throughout the galaxy and was also known as the only source of the unique Yaka metal.
Powers and Abilities
Some Centaurians demonstrate rudimentary psychic abilities. Centaurians as a species are natural mystics. They posses intuitive mystical sixth sense perception that permits them limited empathic relationships with other life forms. The higher the lifeform, the more limited is their empathic potential. Centaurians possess an intuitive mystical rapport with nature, particularly with their home world. Centaurians can sense foreign bodies or substances or focus on specific elements within a specific area. Centaurians also sensitive to mystical beings and forces and is able to detect their presence.
As a hunter gatherer based culture, the Centaurians are natural hunters who train in the use of a bow and arrow. They have the ability to whistle with a range of four octaves aids their archery.
Average Strength level
Habitat: 69% covered with water, temperate climate
The Centauri seemingly divides themselves regarding their settlements. Some tribes, like Yondu's, are "mountain tribe" (although they departed to the plains to avoid contact with earthmen). The cave dwellers are known as Kikahee.
Gravity: 102% Earth
Atmosphere: 99% Earth density
Population: 100 million
Type of Government: Tribal
Level of Technology: Primative, pre-industrial, uses bows and arrows
Cultural Traits: Centaurians worship elemental spirits. Their culture resembles that of Native Americans before the European migration.
Representatives: Yondu Udonta; Oola Udonta; Samaya; Photon; Arris; Els Udonta; Prax Ord; Chandra; Carva Tessara, Farthi, Finu Birana, Lendu Garinta
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- Appearances of Centaurians
- Minor Appearances of Centaurians
- Media Centaurians was Mentioned in
- Race Gallery: Centaurians
- Images of Centaurians
Links and References
- ↑ Guardians of the Galaxy #4
- ↑ Guardians of the Galaxy Annual #1
- ↑ Marvel Presents #3
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 Marvel Presents #4
- ↑ Thor Annual #6
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Annihilation: Heralds of Galactus #1
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 Guardians of the Galaxy #15
- ↑ Guardians of the Galaxy Annual #2
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 Guardians of the Galaxy #24
- ↑ 10.0 10.1 Guardians of the Galaxy #5
- ↑ Guardians of the Galaxy #21
- ↑ Fantastic Four #577
- ↑ Guardians of the Galaxy #44
- ↑ Guardians of the Galaxy #26
- ↑ Guardians of the Galaxy #25
- ↑ Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 #15