You know that you’ve reached the darkest heart of any jungle if you run across this breed of Pikin. Unlike other Pikins who worship one or more deities, Jungle Pikins believe in the power of themselves above all else and have no need for a higher power as it were. The mystical arts are deeply rooted within their society and culture. Every major action and event in their life has a corresponding ritual that the tribe will conduct, including hunting for food or the death of a tribal leader. Jungle Pikins are also the only breed to be confirmed cannibals.
Often seen wearing bone armor and shrunken heads tied to their waist, this breed also has prehensile tails and feet which they use to grip tree branches and climb surfaces with ease. Capable of swinging themselves from treetop to treetop, they are quick climbers and tend to attack their victims from above using thrown weapons fashioned from wood and bone.
Jungle Pikins are willing to trade and coexist with other breeds but they do not seek out friendly relations. If another breed wants to trade with a particular tribe of Jungle Pikins, they must seek them out and most are not willing to put in that much effort.