A race indigenous to the Fareusse sisters of the southern hemisphere. The have neanderthal-esque features, sharing their large noses and prominent brows. Their men and women are unique among the high races of Inos in that their men and women are equal in their physical prowess. Outside of their ancient mountain cities they are typically nomadic in nature.

The Reuxsain use the Quilin as their primary beast of burden and often as companions. Their relationship norms consist of two pairs of males and females in what is called an Alne. These relationships exist because Reuxsain early in their youth form incredibly strong bonds with peers. Typiclly they are set near the age of seven, but it isn't uncommon for Reuxsain to be without an Alne until early adulthood. However, for a Reuxsain to go their entire life without ever joining an Alne is unheard of.


Hailing from the northernmost continent of Ronmal, the Cairtic have spread to most of Inos.They are said to hold a resemblance to birds or felines in that they share their strong eyebrow ridges and flat noses. They also have a permanently, naturally receded hairlines. Resulting in most communities of Cairtic peoples, whether tattoos, paint or jewlry, adopting some form of forehead decoration.

The Cairtic are most famous for their conquest of the Anar triad in 1329 Celestial marking the start of the Serpent Age. Or more accurately they are famous for the curse put upon them by the grand priestess of the Hymlian chief Alstotl which forever ensured that every invading Cairtic would forever bare only daughters and ended the occupation. The curse resulted in Cairtic occupying forces to complete collapse within a decade.


Calling Caopica and Haron home, and baring elongated ears the Hymlian hold the honor of being the host of the first wardens at the onset of the Lost Age. Among the races of Inos the Hymlian are the most isolationist, having never developed any kind of organized naval fleets or emigrated in significant numbers from the the Brothers en masse. Even their society has remained insular within their own race, with the Hymlians preferring to live with ironbound loyalty to their citystates that dot the continents. In fact. outside of major war or invasion from foreign forces and brief interstate conflicts, the Hymlians have never developed conglomerate states or unions.


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