Tung Yue Province (Ilarion Environment)

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Capital
X (Pathfinder Environment)
Government
X
Leaders
X
Deities
Jin Feng, Yin Tuzi
Language
Population
18,567,000
Diversity

Once three kingdoms, Tung Yue is a beautiful, if mountainous, province renowned for their textiles and poetry. Ritual, beauty, and pageantry permeate all aspects of life. Any significant action is repeated three times, once for each kingdom. Shaman, clerics, and oracles, all referred to a Mu, perform rites to beg the gods to intervene in the fortunes of men through song and dance. Costumes are changed frequently during these rituals.

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    X (Pronouce)

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    Foreign Relations[edit]

  • Crisania: There have been ongoing border skirmishes in the Wolf's Den Pass for the last two hundred years. In the last twenty-five years, the trade road has been open more often than it has been closed. (Enemy, Cessation of hostilities)
  • Thebia: Trade with Thebia is good. (Neutral, Peace)
  • Fjallheim: Border relations are tense but not violent, trade is fair. (Enemy, Cease-fire)
  • Halcyon: Border relations are good, trade is fair. (Neutral, Peace)
  • Dao Ming: Trade is good. (Neutral, Peace)

    Military[edit]

    X has a standing army of X,000 soldiers – mostly infantry and cavalry – and a reserve pool nearing X,000 persons in times of emergencies.

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    Common Ingredients

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    Traits[edit]

    The following are regional traits for X:

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    Regions[edit]

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    Marriage and Family[edit]

    As the Niǎo reckon the pregnancy period as one year of life for infants, and age increments increase on New Year's Day rather than on the anniversary of birthdays individuals are regarded as one year old when they are born, and two years after their first new year, even if it is only a day later.

    Architecture[edit]

    Cuisine[edit]

    The Niǎo believe that the taste and quality of food depend on its spices and sauces. Therefore, soybean paste, soy sauce, red pepper paste and kimchi are the most important staples in a Niǎo household.

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    Traits[edit]

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