Biology and appearanceEdit
This species possessed purplish grey skin without any apparent hair such as eyebrows, and the one known member of this species was also bald. They had wide mouths filled with sharp angled teeth and framed on either side by long thin barbels that had frayed ends. Their noses were small and flat, but had long thin nostrils. They possessed small eyes that were colored light orange. They possessed rough, shark-like skin on their noses and cheeks, and small spikes on their small, webbed ears and near their temples. They had five fingers on each hand, each tipped with a claw, and they possessed feet with two wide toes. They were a bipedal species, and at least one member of the species was tall and thin.
Lycan's species in the galaxyEdit
This species was known to at least the Jedi Order before 32 BBY, when Jedi Master Lycan fell to the dark side of the Force. Lycan was very strong in the dark side, and after he fell from the light, he trained an apprentice, Sardoth. The Jedi Order sent another Jedi after Lycan, and the Jedi was able to subdue him. In transit back to Coruscant, however, Lycan broke loose and attacked the other Jedi, damaging the Jedi's ship and causing it to crash into a rural planet. Lycan survived the crash and came upon a nearby farm, where he murdered a young boy named Neas Nyl. The boy's father rushed to the crash site and came upon the Jedi, who was dying and gave Nyl his lightsaber. After Nyl found out that his son had been murdered, he tracked Lycan to the world of Molavar where he attempted to duel the dark Jedi. Lycan quickly overpowered Nyl and trapped him within a cave, only to find out that Nyl had planned on losing the duel and had rigged the cave with explosives. As Nyl escaped, Lycan was killed, crushed beneath tons of rock.