Located in the southern hills and valleys of County Acissa, Falcrest, the Acissaan are an ethnic group that transcends species. Known colloquially as the Wine-blooded for their fields and vineyards, Acissaan people tend to be extremely hard-working and boisterous with a focus on the community. Among the varied Falcresti people, the Acissaan are known for the best wines and olive oil in Omath. While most Acissaan are Falcresti Human, a number of Djenati, Riverhand and Hillwalker Golenti, as well as a large number of Fiore. Even a handful of Nuaira claim Acissaan ethnicity.
Major language groups and dialects
While varied among the many species who call Acissa home, the predominant language is Falcresti. Itinerant or expatriates Acissaans tend to speak
Shared customary codes and values
Fill all the plates first. Look not at your brother's plate, unless he has less than you.
- Equality and Equity - No matter who you are, you are a part of the community. Care for all and be cared for.
- Work to the best of your ability no matter your station and be paid to the quality of your work.
- Learn, so that you can improve yourself and your community.