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The settlement is controlled by a circle of shamans (both men and women) led by [[Roaco]]. The shamans wear conical hats and ceremonial mantles stitched with feathers.
 
The settlement is controlled by a circle of shamans (both men and women) led by [[Roaco]]. The shamans wear conical hats and ceremonial mantles stitched with feathers.
  
The populace shuns outsiders, and guests must be escorted in blindfolded. They do not feel like they are subject to [[Charter Law]] within the [[High Kingdom]] of [[Havish]].
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The populace kills outsiders and desecrates their remains. Guests must be escorted in blindfolded. Ettinmen do not feel like they are subject to [[Charter Law]] within the [[High Kingdom]] of [[Havish]].
  
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==

Revision as of 16:18, 29 November 2019

The Ettinmere Settlement is a remote location in the Storlain Mountains in Havistock, Havish. It is not connected to any trade roads. On maps of Athera, it is marked with the symbol of a city that did not fall during the uprising.

Spoiler warning: Contains plot elements from Destiny's Conflict.

Ettinmere is an insular society with strict traditions. Years of insular relationships have led to narrow, refined features and similar fair coloring. Ettinmen wear outfits with extravagant detail, including embroidered shirts, chamois vests, and indigo-stippled leggings made from elk-hide. They decorate boots and belts with furs, feathers, and bones. Each Ettinman carries a curved dagger inlaid with lapis and gold.

The settlement is controlled by a circle of shamans (both men and women) led by Roaco. The shamans wear conical hats and ceremonial mantles stitched with feathers.

The populace kills outsiders and desecrates their remains. Guests must be escorted in blindfolded. Ettinmen do not feel like they are subject to Charter Law within the High Kingdom of Havish.

Trivia

Spoiler warning: Contains plot elements from Destiny's Conflict.
  • A child's life is forfeit without a willing sire's grant of child-right until adulthood (which begins at puberty).
  • By tradition, females who travel abroad are questioned upon return about their cycles.