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"The bastard hit me in the stomach three times before I could even raise my axe about my head. After that I was on the ground for a while so I didn't get a good look at that monkey fuck."
—Anonymous, interviewed after being attacked by a supposed fusata monk.

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  • Fusata Codex Entry


Name: Fusata (Singular & Plural)

Sexes: Male and Female

Height: Ranges from between 5'4" and 5'8".

Skin: Fair, smooth where it isn't covered by fur, normally ranging in color from pale whites to dark browns.

Hair: Almost always identical to body fur in color and slightly longer.

Eyes: Identical to humans, usually green or brown, occasionally hazel.

Ears: Large and round, similar to a human's ears aside from the lack of lobes.

Tails: Prehensile, covered in fur, about the length of half the owner's height.

Genitals: Identical to humans, with the male penis ranging in lengths from 4"-7" on average.

Lifespan: About 60-70 years.

Maturity: 16 Years.


Most people seem to think Fusata bear a resemblance to the primates and great ape of the southern jungles and forests, but maybe it is the other way around. Regardless, the Fusata do share many similar features with the macaque that makes its home in both the north and south. Though similar to humans in many ways as well, fusata are normally much shorter than the average human. Their eyes are identical to humans, while their noses are normally flatter, their ears larger, and their faces in general more pronounced.

Again, fusata genitals are identical to humans in almost every way aside from a slightly shorty average length in the penis and a more sizable foreskin. Female fusata possess smaller breasts than the average human of similar stature would.

The fusata possess somewhat fur of a medium length that covers their limbs, sides, and backs. This fur is soft and an excellent insulator against cold and excess heat, and longer hair on the top of their heads.


Macacian philosophy actually discourages its followers from having children on moral grounds, but outside most monkhoods, this tenant of fusata culture is often the least observed when put up against raw, natural instincts.

Macacian fusata will often marry and mate for life, even in unhappy marriages divorces are very uncommon due to the stigma that it carries for both parties.

Reproduction is similar to almost every other mammalian race which involves the insertion of the penis into the vagina and the insemination of eggs with male seed. Fusata gestate for six months on average and reach maturity after 16 years, but live shorter lives than most other races.

Culture & History

Most Fusata hail from the north eastern country of Macah, which was once that seat of an empire that stretched eastward until Uni-uni, the twice blessed prince of Macah, halted the empire's expanse and left his throne to pursue 3 years of meditation. Uni-uni returned to his empire and ended its institution of slavery and pulled his military from his currently occupied countries. Uni-uni taught his new philosophy to his people which is still practiced to this day.

Macacian philosophy teaches discipline and respect to your fellow above all else, which is reflected in their society and government, especially in the Spring Order monkhood, a group of martial artists who strive for discipline and perfection in their bodies and pugilistic skills. No emperor has been crowned since Uni-Uni, instead, the All-Clans Council dictates important decisions that will affect Macah, with each participating clan sending a number of representatives to meet under the mediation of three judges. Macacian government has had a long standing tradition of having no term limits on public offices after the death of Uni-uni left the empire with no heir, but anyone who has held any position in the government to date has stepped down from power after three years.

Surprisingly, the fusata have a phonetic language for which a written version was only recently invented. Fusata naming conventions are a good example of their language, normally consisting of a word once repeated. "Uni," for instance, means snow, while "Uni-uni" means fallen snow, and "Uni-uni-uni" means fresh fallen snow, and so on.

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