The Clarvians are a species originating from the moon of Clarvie.

Biology[edit | edit source]

Clarvians were a humanoid species that resemble angels, with coppery skin and coppery hair. Though they appear to be winged, their wings were actually grafted. Their wings were said to burst with luminous colors, shining in arabesques of green, red, blue, on a gold background. Clarvians possess telepathic abilities and other paranormal faculties that they can manifest when in danger. Clarvians are close enough to human stock, able to breed with them to produce a viable offspring.

Culture[edit | edit source]

The Clarvian were a sophisticated culture that dwelled in homes made in gardens within the trees. Though most of their industry were hidden underground as the Clarvian did not wish to live near ugliness. All Clarvians are related, from the youngest to the oldest, from the gardener to the member of the Council. Telepathy unites them, more closely than their human counterparts. In addition they possess space shuttles that allow them to visit the neighboring planet of Malvie. However their appearance frightened the superstitious Malvians who believed them to be demons.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • In the Wings of Light comic adaption, the Clarvians were called angels and rather being their own species are actually descendants of human colonists from the colony ship of Jacris that brought the Vaeroyans to Vaeroyan. The angels were members of the colonists that were left behind in the Land of Wind by the captain and the other colonists as the former appeared to have contract some sort of plague. The plague was actually a mutation that turned them into winged beings which overtime evolved them into winged beings. Using woven wings from reeds to enhance their flight they built a culture beneath the desert of the Land of Wind. Unlike their literary counterparts, the angels possessed no telepathic abilities and were hunted by the Vaeroyans who believed them to be demons. Eventually they were saved by the Brotherhood of Stars and given protection on a reserve.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

  • L'Ange aux Ailes de Lumière [The Angel With Wings Of Light] from (1978)
  • Wings of Light Issue 001 (2020)
  • Wings of Light Issue 002 (2020)
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