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Shaeönanra, leader of the Consult, and Aurang, Prince of the Inchoroi.

At the fields of Pir Pahal, Cû’jara-Cinmoi, greatest of the Nonman Kings, confronts the fierce Inchoroi King Sil, armored in festering bodies.

Another concept sketch of an Inchoroi, before and after the head graft.

The Inchoroi are a mysterious and obscene race that, according to legend, descended from the void in the Incû-Holoinas.[1]


The Inchoroi are a genetically-engineered weapon race. They were created by a species known only as the progenitors, apparently on another world many thousands and possibly tens of thousands of years ago. The progenitors achieved total technological and biological mastery but then discovered inarguable evidence (possibly through the creation of the Inverse Fire) that they were doomed to eternal damnation. The Inchoroi and the Incû-Holoinas were created to save them from this fate, presumably by reducing the number of living beings on other planets until the threat of damnation was lifted.

The fate of the progenitors is unknown. The Inchoroi themselves remember nothing of their origins; what scant information is known was extracted by Cet’ingira and the Dûnyain from the Ark over the course of many years.[2]


Very little is known about them, aside from their apparently limitless capacity for cruelty and their malignant obsession with the carnal.[1] They worship the No-God as their saviour.[3]


The goal of the Inchoroi is to prevent the eventual eternal damnation of their souls by severing the connection between the World and the Outside. They believe this can be accomplished by reducing the number of souls in the world below 144,000. They attempted this on many other worlds, prevailing each time only to find themselves still damned, before the Incû-Holoinas crashed into Eärwa, which they view as the land of their redemption.[4]


Inchoroi Tekne is responsible for the creation of a number of races, including Bashrags, Sranc, Skin-spies, Synthese, and Wracu. The Heron Spear is also an artifact of Inchoroi Tekne.[5]

Other Names[]

The name Inchoroi means “People of Emptiness” in Ihrimsû, and was given to them by Ingalira.[6] The Inchoroi refer to themselves as a “race of lovers.”[7]

Known Inchoroi[]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Encyclopedic Glossary, ‘Inchoroi’
  2. The Unholy Consult
  3. Encyclopedic Glossary, ‘No-God’
  4. The White-Luck Warrior, Chapter 15
  5. Encyclopedic Glossary, ‘Heron Spear’
  6. Encyclopedic Glossary, ‘Cûno-Inchoroi Wars’
  7. The Warrior-Prophet, Chapter 25