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  • The Stonemen of Lain

    When the Saenori traveled far, far west to the desolate tableland that would become Lain, they interbred with the Praeds and Oliar, until they became the Stonemen. A stubborn and independent people, the stonemen know all too well the taste of slavery and …

  • The Oliar

    It is believed that, once upon a time, the Oliar were woodlings that boldly departed the Bitterwood for newer prospects. Millennia have passed, and they have long forgotten those roots. An aristocratic caste in large part, these are the people whose …

  • The Bittermen

    Once, they were the woodlings – but where the woodlings squabbled and struggled to thrive, the Bittermen are at one with the Bitterwood. They are fond of the Bitterwood, and of most forests; yet many dislike other wilderlands. The Bittermen favor patience …

  • The Tesseran

    The first peoples of the northern world, it is said, the Tesseran of Tesseron and their cousins across the Northern Arm are arrogant with due cause. Their roots are deep in the world’s commerce, and are not likely to move. As such, Tesseran tend to treat …

  • The Smallmen

    In the neighbouring continent of Solandis, upon the humid and high-grassed lands of Redolia, a peculiar people thrive: small of stature and sophisticated of mind. The Small Tribes are nomadic people who see life’s trials as life’s purpose, and life’s joys …

  • The Burners

    To survive in the Zhousane Desert requires either a community of supporting resources or a willingness to take from said communities – the Burners of the desert are the latter. They live as bands that constantly navigate the treacherous, inhospitable sand …

  • The Lizardmen

    The lizardmen of Arandis are famous from the Tip to the Roostwood, though seldom known of beyond there in anything other than storytelling. They thrive in the Great Bog that separates the Moorlands from the lands of the Oliar, nearly as large as either of …