The architectural style of the Natashan Nation was a thing to behold. Whilst their religion bred acts of violence and of genocide, it also bred magnificent art and beauty. The Natashan people believed that beauty was a key way to please the gods; therefore painstaking work was put in to making everything they constructed aesthetically pleasing. Their ships, their houses, their offices, even their rubbish bins were make to look as beautiful as possible. When the Natashans captured a system, they would immediately begin to rebuild many of the buildings in their own style. Colour and aesthetic value were hugely important to the Natashans. Anything that was ugly, overly simple or the wrong colours was considered offensive to the gods and immediately removed.