Cultural Exploration of Aragwaithi

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AOW
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Re: Cultural Exploration of Aragwaithi

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northcat wrote: September 7th, 2020, 5:24 am
AOW wrote: August 23rd, 2020, 4:52 pm
like creating a brand new civilization
enjoy!
I didn't cram “Confucianism” into aragwaithi, so... You can also find similar social structures in ancient Viking culture, France, England or Italy :)
After all, the management style within each family may be different, isn't it?
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looks awesome. All I know is the aragwaithi have good %def in sand xD so maybe they are travelers or come from a sandy place?
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duuuuude wrote: October 1st, 2020, 5:17 pm looks awesome. All I know is the aragwaithi have good %def in sand xD so maybe they are travelers or come from a sandy place?
My idea is that different families have different sources, like the root branches of a big tree, and that's not going to be an obstacle.

In the case of the aragwaithi family, which lives in the desert, the settlement may be remote because of dunefolk's dominant position here and as its traditional home.
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Is there not going to be a thread dedicated just to art?
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