The people of West Rendin, formerly the central part of the kingdom of Rendin, have developed a culture that is characterized by flamboyant extravagance. They are known for their love of luxury and grandiose displays of wealth, and for wearing their emotions on their sleeves. They are proud of their heritage as the true Rendinians and view themselves as superior to the people of Sawra, whom they see as poor and uncivilized. West Rendin is a wealthy and well-developed territory, with grand architecture and opulent clothing, jewelry and other luxury items being commonplace. The wealthy citizens of West Rendin often flaunt their wealth through extravagant parties, balls, and other social events, where they can show off their wealth and status. The people of West Rendin value emotions and expressiveness and often use their emotions to convey their thoughts and feelings. They are not as stoic as the Sawrans and express their joy, anger, or sadness openly. West Rendin is still proud of its heritage as the central part of the kingdom of Rendin, and they still see themselves as the true Rendinians. They have a strong sense of identity and often look down on the people of Sawra, whom they see as poor and uncivilized. Customs and traditions in West Rendin include:
- Extravagant parties and balls, where the wealthy citizens can show off their wealth and status.
- The use of luxury items such as expensive clothing, jewelry, and other accessories as a way of expressing wealth and status.
- A tradition of expressiveness, where emotions are freely expressed and seen as a sign of openness and honesty.
- A strong sense of identity and pride in being from West Rendin and a belief in their own superiority over other cultures.