Short and Stout
The Koza stand about 5 feet in height, and resemble stocky humans with furry lower bodies and cloven hooves. Koza have pointed ears, and horns that vary from small stubs about two inches long to large and curled. They are generally androgynous in appearance with hair that is usually brown or black, but can be found in gray, golden-brown, or even red. Their eyes are most often yellow, yet sometimes green.
Lifespan and Personality
The Koza are mono-gendered, and mate based on personality fit. When creating offspring any Koza may fertilize their mate, whom then carries the child to term. While they age the same rate as Humans, they don’t mature until 100 years, and live to be 400 on average.
Some Koza present as more masculine in appearance, while others appear more feminine. In Koza this is entirely dependent on the individual person, and what feels more natural to them.