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Henjuanese Honrugan

If you got the chance to live in Cereta for just a few seven years, and despite any region you live in, as long that it is within the Koiga continent. If a question begs your mind to imagine a Henjuanese, there would be a high probability that an image of a fair and light-skinned lady wrapped in a Honrugan would appear in your head.   This is linked to an ancient soulbloom belief that explains why people caught colds or fever, and apparently, evil spirits are to blame. Whenever someone is ravaged by illness, it was their soul struggling to protect their body from getting corrupted by a specter of the underworld. The victim that is targetted by these spirits usually exposes their skin to the open. For this reason, it is culturally accepted that for someone to protect themself from the malice doing of evil spirits. They would have to cover themself with layers of clothing and makeup, creating a uniform tradition that is iconic to their culture, known as "honrugan" by other regions.     While almost everyone outside of the Honju region thinks that honrugan is the last layer of clothing, in reality, a Honrugan is made from combining clothing items collectively called "henru." Honrugan only means outfit on its own as the word "hon" in its name implies as a whole. On the other hand, the "he" in "henru" mean something individually like how henjuanese mean a single person living in Honju while the word Honju means different group and states of henjuanese formed together as a whole.   The varieties of Henru that can be used to compose a honrugan are endless with different provinces and states of Honju having their own take on it. And naming them all would not be too healthy for the reader's interest.
Rarity
Although Honrugan is accessible to every social class in Honju, their quality is usually determined by the material used in weaving them or, most notably, the flower that inspired their design, the colors painted on them, and the details that those colors made. If the shadow coats a Honrugan wearer, and the color of their outfit devoured by the darkness, with their silhouette alone, a henjuanese brain and eye could simultaneously recognize the difference between the rank of two Honrugan.

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