The Island People of the North are constantly surrounded by water. They are master shipbuilders and powerful swimmers.

There are small islands dotted across the water but habitable, solid land is scarce so any islands capable of sustainable farming are used for growing essential crops and keeping essential cattle.

Their diet consists mainly of fish.

Their homes are made from wood scavaged from the largest of the islands, Thrumm. Bridges connect the island pastures and walkways are built from river stones so paths are hidden just under the water's surface.

Visitors need a guide if they don't want to fall victim to the currents.

The Island People know what it's like to struggle for resources, and are always ready to help someone in need. They are great hosts but have almost no room for guests.



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