Strah'k - The Strah'k - or Vaschorians from Vaschorias G4v A - are a strange Alien species hailing from the GN-z12 galaxy, only roughly 19.6 billion light years away from the Milky Way, and 28.2 Mpc away from the Tenebrous-Z's galaxy. They are a highly advanced species, with their technology being far superior compared to many others of their home galaxy. They have completely colonized their local group, leading to either the extinction or the banishment of thousands of species. A single Strah'k can reach to the height of 7'9, though, if mutated, they can barely get to 6'0. Mutated Strah'ks are usually smaller and weaker compared to other Stra'ks, both physically and mentally. They've been mutated thanks to contacts with radiation in their early years. Usually, Mutated Strah'ks had worker parents and guardians.

Stra'hk are a semi aquatic species, evolving to survive on a water world with very few landmasses. In appearance, Stra'hk appear rather reptilian and aquatic, having only nostrils for noses and two large eyes. They have tendrils hanging from their head, which makes it look like hair, but in reality, they act like sensors. They have fins on their backs leading down to their long tails and on the sides of their faces, as well on the tip of their tails, that allow easier maneuvering underwater. They have fins between their arms and bodies, which they can extend and retract at will, as well as webbed fingers, allowing quick swimming and balance underwater. In terms of natural defenses, the Strah'k have a very poisonous bite that can be lethal, and not only that, they replace blood cells with poison, meaning that they suck the blood of their victims upon first bite as well. They are very susceptible to dry, searing land, such as deserts, and they will die if they don't get any water as soon as possible. They have retractable sharp claws. Though they can regenerate limbs, it usually takes years, and maybe even decades. They remain dead after severe multilation, decapitation or poisoning. Lifespan may range from 500 to 1000 years, basically 50 to 100 human years.