Liadan (Zyanya Supplement)
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Liadan folk live in open settlements that are dominated by the chieftains’ towering hill forts. Their cities are carpenter built rather than mason built. They also dig ritual shafts, in which votive offerings and even human sacrifices are cast. Severed heads hold great power and are often represented in carvings. Many villages have a stone wall at the gate of the village in which niches are built to contain skulls. Burial sites include weapons, carts, and both elite and household goods, evoking a strong continuity with the afterlife.
Their metalwork in bronze, iron and gold, is stylistically characterized by inscribed and inlaid intricate spirals and interlace, on fine bronze vessels, helmets and shields, horse trappings and elite jewelry, especially the neck rings called torcs and elaborate clasps called fibulae. It is characterized by elegant, stylized curvilinear animal and vegetal forms.
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Population: 9,096 Power Center: Conventional Alignment: True Neutral Gold Piece Limit: 15,000; Ready Cash: 6,817,500 Humans: 7,185; Halflings: 418; Elves: 454; Dwarves: 672; Gnomes: 81; Half-Elves: 190; Half-Orcs: 90; Others: 6
Population: 3,141 Power Center: Conventional Alignment: True Neutral Gold Piece Limit: 3,000; Ready Cash: 471,000 Humans: 2,481; Halflings: 82; Elves: 157; Dwarves: 194; Gnomes: 62; Half-Elves: 131; Half-Orcs: 31; Others: 3
Population: 2,780 Power Center: Conventional Alignment: True Neutral Gold Piece Limit: 3,000; Ready Cash: 417,000 Humans: 2,196; Halflings: 50; Elves: 139; Dwarves: 183; Gnomes: 55; Half-Elves: 127; Half-Orcs: 27; Others: 3