The Carrachan are a folk adapted to living in the pitch black dephs of the Abyss of Corraich. They resemble antropomorphic frogs, their whole physique attuned to living in the black pressured depths.
A warlike people, they used to attack potential threats essentially on sight, a habit that backfired back upon them when the Watcher swam into their territory. 250,000 inhabitants went missing, together with the army that tried to drive the Watcher off when they returned. Since then, they lived in fear of the One who Watches returning. Only recently, with the Huroshan annexation, have they started to come out of hiding.
The Carrachan can modify their skin colour to blend into their surroundings. Much like the Maighdeann, they are able to breathe both above and under water. They share the same language as the Maighdeann, suggesting at least some measure of significant interaction in the past with their northern neighbours.
Carrachan culture is extremely warlike, attributing a high rank to ones who have proven themselves in the waters of battle. They live in a tribal structure, in homes manufactured of corrals and other natural occuring materials. They can see extremely well in the dark, often taking blowstars with them for partial illumination when they need it.
They are not the most intelligent of races, but beneath their quite foolish-looking exterior lies a creature that knows a great deal about the world below the waves. The Carrachan are experts when it comes to survival, being able to remember whole lists worth of plant and animal life and which to take advantage of in which situation.
On land, they walk with a slow and wobbly gait. They are able to live on the land for around five days before they need rehydration. When speaking the common tongue, they speak slowly and with lots of croaking.