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==='''Spasa or Spirits'''===
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==='''Spirits'''===
Officially named Spasa, the term Spirits is the common usage even among Dufiro.
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Spirits are also called Spasa but the term Spirits is the common usage even among Dufiro.
  
These creatures have gained sufficient awareness to have needs and greeds.  As they advance the experiences that developed them from elementals to spirits gave them passions. These passions are expressed in their differentiation.  They develop singularly for a time but when they develop they may shift to other spirit forms many times before rising to the Avasa Dufirosim.  Spirits often are more obsessed with their singular devotion then Avasa or Masoja are because they have a focus without greed or ambition.  
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These creatures have gained sufficient awareness to have needs and greeds.  As they advance the experiences that developed them from elementals to spirits gave them passions. These passions are expressed in their differentiations.  They develop singularly for a time but when they develop they may shift to other spirit forms many times before rising to the Avasa Dufirosim.  Spirits often are more obsessed with their singular devotion then Avasa or Masoja are because they have a focus without greed or ambition.  
  
*'''Spirit''' races are like '''''elementary''''' and '''''middle schoolers'''''.
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*'''Spirit''' races as '''''elementary''''' and '''''middle schoolers'''''.
  
 
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