Alan Bentway, Synthetic Nicholas
Lith’ka - Custom Minor Clan
A minor clan in the grand scheme of Yautja civilization. The Lith’ka clan can trace its lineage to prior to the great calamity that struck the homeworld. This clan placed a particular strong emphasis on the worship of the god S’ahul, with this practice surviving to the modern era amongst the clan. N’ithya also became another deity of strong worship amongst the clan following the calamity, primarily due to the clan having barely survived the calamity and having successfully bounced back and repopulated their numbers.
Lith’ka places a heavier emphasis on the acquisition of knowledge from all sources than most other clans. In the belief that all knowledge and the road to discovering it is the way to honor S’ahul. Per this the clan Lith’ka has a higher rate of worker caste Yautja being adopted into a warrior family than in most clans, as well as the clan being far more willing to invent worker caste Yautja to attend hunting expeditions to observe and maintain the gear in attendance. It is also not uncommon for warriors to be more educated in a wider array of knowledge fields than is expected of a warrior, including knowledge of non-Yautja species.
Per this, Lith’ka warriors sometimes face discrimination and are stereotyped into needing technology as a crutch for poor martial skill. To dissuade this perceived stereotype, the clan places a far greater effort to encourage their warriors to practice martial skills and melee combat, and to be more willing to show off melee skills on hunts, in a greater effort to dissuade such a stereotype.
The pride and joy of the Lith’ka clan is their mothership, the Narhl’Lar, roughly translated into human English as “Freedom and Vengeance”. The mothership is typical of most Yautja motherships, but it was amongst one of the first of its kind to be constructed during the initial exploration efforts of the Yautja, it has been maintained to a high standard ever since and remains the nomadic home of the clan.
“He Who Hesitates Is Lost”