Their upper body is made of a nonorganic material that is smooth and cold to the touch, but may appear matte or glossy depending on the individual. They are shaped into a ribbed shell of sorts, which features a spinelike protrusion that runs down their back and onto their lower-body apparition.
Igalyphs do not have ears, but instead, have a pair of receptors atop their head. They may vary in length and width but are always diamond-shaped. They sense vibrations through their receptors, then use this information to navigate their way around obstacles. They can sense seismic happenings so far in advance that they are rarely in jeopardy by these natural disasters.
They can have ribbonlike hair or natural hair atop their head.
Upon their flat faces sit glowing, empty eyes. These are the only facial features they have besides a brow bone.
There seems to be a hole where a core would be...
Igalyphs have flat, ribbonlike arms that vary in length and width, but always end in flat fingerlike appendages. Some have one off to the side, kind of like an opposable thumb.
Six glowing marks orientated in a 2x3 pattern are found at the end of their arms, near their fingers. They can be on one side or show on both, but are always set in their placement. Some protrude slightly and may be not-as-perfect circles, but there’s typically very little variation. It is assumed that these are an Igalyph’s chargers, but what are they charging when there is no core?
Igalyph lower bodies consist of preservatives that hold together fossilized remains of prehistoric species. This can include an array of bones and fossils as well as pieces of ancient technology. Some apparition variations have been discovered, which include ether, sludge, hardened earth, and various combinations of these.