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Naga Rajas (ナーガラージャ) are a demi-human race native to the Abelion Hills.

Background

Naga Rajas were a rather different species from the similarly-named Nagas. They were one of many races that Jaldabaoth enslaved as part of his demi-human coalition to attack the Roble Holy Kingdom.

Appearance

Naga Rajas looked like snakes with scaly bodies and arms.

Culture

Naga Rajas did not get along well with the Nagas despite being from a similar family.[1]

Abilities

Naga Rajas were born with the ability to cast many spells, and sometimes, they would even equip themselves with swords and armor.

Known Naga Rajas

Trivia

  • Naga means "Dragon" and Raja means "King" in Malay, which could translate as "Dragon Kings."
  • However, in Indian mythology, Nagas are members of a semi-divine race, part human, part serpent in form, associated with water and sometimes with mystical initiation.

References

  1. Overlord Volume 12 Chapter 3: Beginning the Counterattac

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