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A protoss's maximum life expectancy is 1000 years,<ref name="CommunityCorner" /> though [[Raszagal|exceptions]] [[Rohana|exist]].<ref name="SC:BW_Man" /> Like other creatures, protoss grow weaker with age, with physical and mental faculties degrading as they get late into their lives.<ref name="SC:ChildrenVoid">"[[Children of the Void]]." (Oct. 13, 2015). Blizzard Entertainment. [http://us.battle.net/sc2/en/game/lore/short-stories/children-void/1 StarCraft Lore: Children of the Void] Accessed 2015-10-01.</ref>
 
A protoss's maximum life expectancy is 1000 years,<ref name="CommunityCorner" /> though [[Raszagal|exceptions]] [[Rohana|exist]].<ref name="SC:BW_Man" /> Like other creatures, protoss grow weaker with age, with physical and mental faculties degrading as they get late into their lives.<ref name="SC:ChildrenVoid">"[[Children of the Void]]." (Oct. 13, 2015). Blizzard Entertainment. [http://us.battle.net/sc2/en/game/lore/short-stories/children-void/1 StarCraft Lore: Children of the Void] Accessed 2015-10-01.</ref>
   
Protoss are not a prolific people,<ref>[http://battle.net/scc/protoss/ Overview]. ''Battle.net StarCraft Compendium.'' Accessed 2007-11-07.</ref> to the extent that the [[xel'naga]] developed an artifact, the [[Kassia crystal]], to counteract this.<ref name="SC:FrntLn_V3_TA">Zapotek, Ren (w), Noel Rodriguez (p, i). "[[StarCraft: Frontline: Twilight Archon|Twilight Archon]]." In ''[[StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 3]]'' (paperback binding), pp. 132-177. [[Tokyopop]], July 14, 2009. ISBN 978-1427-80832-5.</ref> The population of Aiur, however, had reached billions.<ref name="SC:Moth">Kindregan, Brian T. "[[Mothership (short story)|Mothership]]." (January 15, 2010). Blizzard Entertainment. [http://us.battle.net/sc2/en/game/lore/short-stories/mothership/1 Mothership] Accessed 2010-01-15.</ref> Before the [[Fall of Aiur]], the protoss population was in decline due to systemic extermination; the protoss were passing away from sheer age.<ref name="ExtinctInterview">"The Protoss are sort of a troubled species. They're being systematically exterminated, and were being exterminated long before the Zerg arrived. They were starting to die out from their sheer age, but now that the Zerg came and their home world is gone, these guys are really having a lot of trouble." [[Dustin Browder]], Jonathan Ross. 2009-06-29. [http://www.destructoid.com/destructoid-interview-starcraft-ii-s-dustin-browder-137841.phtml Destructoid interview: StarCraft II's Dustin Browder]. ''Destructoid''. Accessed on 2009-07-23</ref> Their numbers have been further reduced through conflict,<ref name="ZealotScience">2014-10-30, [http://us.battle.net/sc2/en/game/unit/zealot#science Zealot Science]. ''Blizzard Entertainment'', accessed on 2014-11-01</ref> and their population continues to decline.<ref name="VoidScience">2015-02-05, [http://us.battle.net/sc2/en/game/unit/void-ray#science Void Ray Science]. ''Blizzard Entertainment'', accessed on 2015-02-08</ref>
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Protoss are not a prolific people,<ref>[http://battle.net/scc/protoss/ Overview]. ''Battle.net StarCraft Compendium.'' Accessed 2007-11-07.</ref> so much that the [[xel'naga]] developed an artifact, the [[Kassia crystal]], to counteract this.<ref name="SC:FrntLn_V3_TA">Zapotek, Ren (w), Noel Rodriguez (p, i). "[[StarCraft: Frontline: Twilight Archon|Twilight Archon]]." In ''[[StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 3]]'' (paperback binding), pp. 132-177. [[Tokyopop]], July 14, 2009. ISBN 978-1427-80832-5.</ref> The population of Aiur, however, had reached billions.<ref name="SC:Moth">Kindregan, Brian T. "[[Mothership (short story)|Mothership]]." (January 15, 2010). Blizzard Entertainment. [http://us.battle.net/sc2/en/game/lore/short-stories/mothership/1 Mothership] Accessed 2010-01-15.</ref> Before the [[Fall of Aiur]], the protoss population was in decline due to systemic extermination; the protoss were passing away from sheer age.<ref name="ExtinctInterview">"The Protoss are sort of a troubled species. They're being systematically exterminated, and were being exterminated long before the Zerg arrived. They were starting to die out from their sheer age, but now that the Zerg came and their home world is gone, these guys are really having a lot of trouble." [[Dustin Browder]], Jonathan Ross. 2009-06-29. [http://www.destructoid.com/destructoid-interview-starcraft-ii-s-dustin-browder-137841.phtml Destructoid interview: StarCraft II's Dustin Browder]. ''Destructoid''. Accessed on 2009-07-23</ref> Their numbers have been further reduced through conflict,<ref name="ZealotScience">2014-10-30, [http://us.battle.net/sc2/en/game/unit/zealot#science Zealot Science]. ''Blizzard Entertainment'', accessed on 2014-11-01</ref> and their population continues to decline.<ref name="VoidScience">2015-02-05, [http://us.battle.net/sc2/en/game/unit/void-ray#science Void Ray Science]. ''Blizzard Entertainment'', accessed on 2015-02-08</ref>
   
 
Protoss blood is blue<ref name="SC:DkTempSaga1" /> or a dark purplish color, almost black.<ref name="SC:FManual" /> Protoss can bear birthmarks.<ref name = "Q&A"/> As in humans, skin color is considered a sign of ethnicity, with each protoss tribe having a specific subtly differing hue or typical pattern of markings associated with it. While the protoss are no longer a tribal society, the tribal bloodlines still run strong.<ref name="SC1Man"/><ref>2018-04-02, [https://twitter.com/BlizzHeroes/status/980897666572877827 BlizzHeroes Twitter]. ''Twitter'', accessed on 2018-04-012</ref>
 
Protoss blood is blue<ref name="SC:DkTempSaga1" /> or a dark purplish color, almost black.<ref name="SC:FManual" /> Protoss can bear birthmarks.<ref name = "Q&A"/> As in humans, skin color is considered a sign of ethnicity, with each protoss tribe having a specific subtly differing hue or typical pattern of markings associated with it. While the protoss are no longer a tribal society, the tribal bloodlines still run strong.<ref name="SC1Man"/><ref>2018-04-02, [https://twitter.com/BlizzHeroes/status/980897666572877827 BlizzHeroes Twitter]. ''Twitter'', accessed on 2018-04-012</ref>
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