Cultures (Simiran Supplement)

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In Simiran[edit]

Because of their atheistic nature, most people of Simiran don't believe in lore. However, their artistic culture is rich, especially in the capital of Simirandel.


In the Slavelands[edit]

The slavers are extremists, who believe in 3 major gods. Their culture is based around self sacrifice for the Gods and society as a whole. They have banned all music and drama, and censor the majority of the arts.

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