A typical male nashan

The nasha (singular nashan) are a race of cat-like people native to planet Nasha. They are graceful and sweet. They have pet unicorns, but the unicorns are household pets, not transportation, as nasha are faster on foot and the unicorns are too small for them to ride.


Nasha look like really big cats with antennae, straight among the males and curled among the females. They usually follow the appearance of an earthly cat breed. However, there is a short-tailed, short-antennaed subspecies with large ears and blue or blue-green fur as well. Nasha always have segmented tongues, but apparently, Invader Teri didn't know this, because her disguise has a normal cat tongue.

Weaknesses and immunitiesEdit

Nasha are immune to weak flames, most non-feline viruses, fungi, protists and bacteria, along with several kinds of poisons and non-Nashan foods and drinks. However, Nashas are affected by polluted earth water the same way Irkens are. When one nashan, Snowy, discovered this nasha-irken simalarity, she stole some of Invader Teri's stuff, put on a horrible Irken disguise, and started ordering polluted water from various Irkens on Earth, Invaders, non-Invaders, and outcasts just so that she could dump polluted Earth water on Teri's head. However, it got into the water supply and several nasha were poisoned. Snowy really should have considered the consequences of bringing that to Nasha, as nasha aren't affected by most of the stuff on their planet.


A Nashan's diet consists of Nashan equivelents to rodents, birds, fish, lizards, frogs, toads, and anything else a cat would eat, along with the annual feast where they eat a Nashan unicorn. If driven to do so by starvation, nasha will eat another nashan once he or she dies. 


Nasha reproduce the same way cats do, except they stay together until a "divorce" happens or one dies. Nashan kits are small unless you count their some-what large heads, therefor making birth easy on both mothers and kits.

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