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The self-proclaimed conquerors of the Mindartia continent, the Yagudo beastmen created and abide by a Theomilitary system based on their ancient religion. Due to the ties to their religion, these birdlike beastmen often have names taken from theological origins.

The Yagudo are a race of beastmen enveloped in their fanatic devotion to the living manifestation of their god. Their parish is spread wide across the Mindartia continent. They have repeatedly been at odds with the Federation of Windurst, but are currently bound by a peace treaty. A large number of Yagudo study the traditional martial arts of the East.

Yagudo Dwellings If you look at places like Giddeus, you'll see steep cliffs cut out of rock and mountain-sides. There are also many towers scattered about, which are small temples. But, how do they use these tall constructs? Well, although they bear a resemblance to birds, Yagudo are unable to fly. However, they have the ability to walk upright, and can utilize the lifting power of their wings to leap high into the air. They can also jump down from fairly high places. Therefore, trained monks can easily go back and forth from their quarters to meditate. By the way, when the Yagudo have prisoners, a building can be used as a jail cell. Naturally, human races have no chance of escape.


Typical Yagudo Dwellings

Common Yagudo Red Mask Wear There is incense in the tip of the red mask, which aids the magic user in focusing their mind and spirit. Around there neck they tie a rope, called a Quipus, that can be used for communication.

White Mask Wear This was the old style mask worn by sorcerers of the martyrdom. The white mask represents bone, they don dead skin as leather, and even bleach their feathers. Their entire body is meant to appear like a corpse.

Devotee Wear The entire body of the Yagudo is covered in feathers, so they are unable to equip much armor outside of footwear. This is because it would hamper their ability to move quickly and remain agile. The prayer beads they wear are made of copper and display their devotion to the Manifest. They must remember to worship five times each day, so they are quite useful to have.

Yagudo Heroes

  • Eyy Mon the Ironbreaker - A Yagudo blade master, who earned his name when he cut an enemy's iron shield in two with one slice.
  • Zhuu Buxu the Silent - An expert assassin, named for his trademark style of silently approaching the enemy from behind before ending their life in an instant.
  • Huu Xalmo the Savage - This martial artist is the successor to the famous Aa Xalmo the Savage. The moniker is appropriate, considering Huu Xalmo is a man unusually proud and boastful of his savage nature.
  • Mee Deggi the Punisher - He is a scholar who detests sin in every form and fights for justice. Only thing is, his sense of justice is based on Yagudo ethics and morals and is thus beyond human comprehension.
  • Yaa Haqa the Profane - As a Yagudo priest, he committed many taboos and earned the scorn of his peers. In order to shake his social stigma, Yaa has pledged to gather a thousand weapons from the humans.
  • Hoo Mjuu the Torrent - A magical priest who can cast forth spells like water gushing from a spring. He seems to have connections with paganism and is met with disdain from his fellow Yagudo.
  • Vuu Puqu the Beguiler - This trickster is known to be the most beautiful woman in the world (by Yagudo standards). Her eerie charm will captivate even humans, but she won't show any mercy to those who don't fall under her spell.
  • Moo Ouzi the Swiftblade - A dreadful katana-wielding Yagudo. They say his unfortunate victims see nothing but a flash of light when his blade fells them in one swoop.
  • Tzee Xicu the Manifest - More than just the leader of the Yagudo, Tzee Xicu is the object of their devout worship and has absolute reign over them all. She was said to be killed during the Great War, but rose like a Phoenix and was resurrected a number of years later.
  • Divine Punishers

The Divine Punishers are an unshakably devout assassination order of six holy Yagudo. They always fight together, and they are sure to kill their target. They draw the mark of god on the faces of those they punish as atonement for their sins.

The Yagudo Theomilitary

In the Yagudo Theomilitary, it's not uncommon for priests, monks and the general populace to be mixed in amongst hardened soldiers. This makes it difficult to get the full picture of their army's setup, and even now there is only a rough idea regarding the formation of their military.

Oztroja Paradigms As the core of the Theomilitary, the Paradigms are not just soldiers, but include countless priests and monks. With Castle Oztroja as their base of operations, it seems they are spread out across the Yagudo parish, helping to protect their brethren and maintain order. In times of war, they are known to admit citizens into their ranks through forced conscription, more than doubling their strength as an army.

Zvahl Martyrs This elite order was hand-picked by demand of the Shadow Lord to protect Castle Zvahl. As martyrs, they were sent off with a magnificent funeral service. As expected, they fought viciously down to the last man, bringing pain and torment to the human Alliance. Recently, however, this group though to have been destroyed is forming once again. This has been confirmed with the sighting of countless new tombstones, all bearing the same year of death.

Divine Inspirers A Yagudo band that is dispatched to the battlefield in order to inspire courage and raise the army's fighting spirit. A common theory is that Yagudo citizens and soldiers are prepped for battle through hypnosis, and the band's particular rhythm awakens this savagery that is programmed into them, but we still can't say for sure.

Harbingers An armed group of semi-official pioneers sent to cultivate new lands (and in many cases, enemy lands.) Although they are tied to a peace treaty with Windurst, there are still some skirmishes between the two factions. Their largest settlement to date is the well-known city of Giddeus.


  • Level: 1-83
  • Jobs: Many
  • Aggressive: Yes
  • Linking: Yes
  • Detects: Sight
  • Strengths:
  • Weaknesses: Ice
  • System: Beastmen

Special Attacks

  • Sweep: Distance 10' Area of Effect physical damage and Stun, absorbed by Utsusemi.
  • Howl: Warcry effect for all Yagudo within area of effect.
  • Feather Storm: Single target damage, and chance of Poison. (1HP/tick)
  • Double Kick: Single target damage, and chance of Stun.
  • Parry: Defense Boost.
  • Feathered Furore: Single target, removes a random piece of equipment from target.
  • Doom: Single target Doom, wears off if enemy is defeated before countdown finishes. Only used by certain Notorious Monsters.
  • Feather Maelstrom: Single target damage, and chance of Bio and Amnesia. Only used by certain Notorious Monsters.
  • Dark Invocation: Deals heavy magical damage, and Doom. Only used by certain Notorious Monsters.
  • Shirahadori: Single target damage, and Bind. Only used by certain Notorious Monsters.
  • Shibaraku: Distance 10' Area of Effect heavy physical damage and knockback, absorbed by Utsusemi. Only used by certain Notorious Monsters.
  • Kamaitachi: Area of Effect physical damage and Knockback, plus full Dispel. Only used by certain Notorious Monsters.
  • Verticose Sands: Area of Effect physical damage and Silence. Only used by certain Notorious Monsters.


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