Bloodline information: Ni-Kunni
- With the exception of the Khanid, the Ni-Kunni were assimilated into Amarr society far more easily than the majority of Amarrian conquests. Conquered more than 1000 years ago by the Amarr Empire, they are not generally considered “enslaved” anymore. Most Ni-Kunni are tradesmen and artisans - occupations traditionally eschewed by true Amarrians, but still considered a vital part of their society.
The Ni-Kunni male is sly, cunning and unscrupulous. Because wealth is their only means to scaling the Amarrian social ladder, Ni-Kunni males are often misread as being obsessed with money. But they are not greedy. They are skilled dealmakers, excelling at brokering solutions in which all parties win, and they never hesitate to search out new potential trade partners.
Ni-Kunni females are deceptively engaging individuals. Harboring an innate suspicion of others, they often use their charm to probe people for weaknesses. They are masters of reading intentions and motives while disguising their own emotions, and thus find gainful employ in numerous professions, legal and otherwise. Beneath their measured and delicate manner, Ni-Kunni women are more sly and cunning than their male counterparts.