A sub-culture of seafarers and outlaws
"Lemme guess... You, gentlemen, are here to try and arrest me for the crime of voluntary trade and free speech? Heh, you aren't the first... And you sure won't be the last."
For centuries since the The Calamity, the intense cold of the northern islands of Europa urged people to move further down into the continent. Many settled down, but others opted to stay without a land to call home. One of the places that was often a stop for these nomads was The Hub Lands, a peninsula next to the Kingdom of Archana, which has become a commonwealth of settlements for them. Due to their free nature, the rovers have always walked side by side with controversy, and their reputation has become one of pirates and thieves.
Funerary and Memorial customs
The rovers' funerary rites are rather unique among the other peoples nearby, due to the fact they live more on the sea than on land. In the end of the Rovian Funeral, the body of the deceased is cast into the sea, to become one with the home that provided them so much.
Despite being recently annexed to the Kingdom of Archana, the rovers themselves have no official organizations to call their own. Still, there is what they call the Pirate Order, a non-official, cultural alliance between seafarers and adventurers who may help each other in times of need.