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The new homin civilizations were built by those who had forgotten the ones that were left behind to the Kitins. The new governments quickly forgot those left in the Old Lands and no rescue attempts were made. Bitter at their abandonment, the Marauder clans of the Old Lands forcibly reject those that could so easily forget their own. Many of the Marauders of the New Lands have served a nation in their past, but, disappointed by their leader and the chafing of the constraints of living under the rule of civilized government, have chosen to break away.
 
The new homin civilizations were built by those who had forgotten the ones that were left behind to the Kitins. The new governments quickly forgot those left in the Old Lands and no rescue attempts were made. Bitter at their abandonment, the Marauder clans of the Old Lands forcibly reject those that could so easily forget their own. Many of the Marauders of the New Lands have served a nation in their past, but, disappointed by their leader and the chafing of the constraints of living under the rule of civilized government, have chosen to break away.
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Latest revision as of 11:39, 27 July 2014

Marauder Civilization

What they value:

  • The strongest
  • Combat
  • Conquest
  • Group survival

How they see the Karavan & Kami

The Marauders, after being abandoned by both the Karavan and the Kamis during the Great Swarming, were forced to rely on their own intelligence and skills for their survival. As the great Powers focused their attention only on helping the homins they saved with rebuilding their once great civilizations, the Marauders persevered by organizing in clans and denouncing any ties to either Power. Marauders of the Old Lands vehemently reject both the Kamis and the Karavan and will fight those who support either religion. Many Marauders of the New Lands followed a religions faction at one time or another, but, having been disappointed by it, have chosen to break away and reject all religious teachings.

How they see the homins of the New Lands

The new homin civilizations were built by those who had forgotten the ones that were left behind to the Kitins. The new governments quickly forgot those left in the Old Lands and no rescue attempts were made. Bitter at their abandonment, the Marauder clans of the Old Lands forcibly reject those that could so easily forget their own. Many of the Marauders of the New Lands have served a nation in their past, but, disappointed by their leader and the chafing of the constraints of living under the rule of civilized government, have chosen to break away.