Mechanics & Inner Workings
It tells other Suragis what clan, family, and village the wearer belongs to. This is done by reading the runes on one's breechpelt.
The breechpelt is an item from a common coming of age ritual in Suragi culture. Made from the pelt of the individual's patron animal, it has Suragi runes inscribed in it that tell of the wearer's life and accomplishments. It is given during the first breeding season that a youth reacts to.
- Item type
- Clothing / Accessory
- Suragi Folk Religion
- Related ethnicities
- The breechpelt is an item from a common coming of age ritual in Suragi culture.
- Raw materials & Components
- Fur, Animal skin, Dye.
- Needle and thread as well as a special paintbrush to write the runes on.
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