By Matthew Pook & William F. Hostman
Fitness 3 
Coordination 2 
Intellect 2 
Presence 1 
Psi 0 
Athletics (Choose two) 1 (2) (2)
Culture (Prellarian) 2 (3)
Engineering, Systems (Gravitics) 1 (2)
First Aid (Trauma) 1 (2)
History (Prellarian) 2 (3)
Language, Prellarian 2
Social Sciences (Prellarian Religion) 1 (3)
Survival (Prellar) 1 (2)
Unarmed Combat (Choose Specialization) 1 (2)
Typical Advantages and Disadvantages
Zero-G Training +2, Phobia (Heights, common, challenging) -4
Prellarians are a race of squat, well-built humanoids, averaging less than 1.2m in height. They mastered gravitic technologies early in their development and are generally comfortable in environments of up to 5 Gs.
They have a have a strong religious nature, and whilst they are highly secretive about the exact nature of their beliefs, it is known that they revere certain metals and minerals, particularly those used in the construction of gravitic devices.
Prellarians also have a proud warrior tradition, and a strong cultural love of histories, especially oral ones. Most Prellarians receive training in weapons, first aid, and Zero-G during their childhood. In Starfleet and the Federation, Prellarians are valued for their technical expertise, but have a reputation for being overly safety conscious. Prellarian martial expertise is also valued, particularly in Starfleet marines, but other governments and organizations, such as the Orion Syndicate, have been known to employ them as mercenaries, much to the embarrassment of the Prellarian government, which is currently petitioning for full membership of the Federation.
This is an adaptation of the race from Prime Directive, the role-playing game from Task Force Games, set in the Star Fleet Battles universe. For further information see UFP - The Federation Source Book, p. 90.
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