Primary Culture: Ulus
Tsetsegia is the original land of the Ulu people and is a perpetually stormy stretch of woods and caves. There are numerous stony deposits for quarries and small valleys with jewels, minerals, and hidden alcoves. Tsetsegia also boasts a higher number of Rakag and Avaar in their lands, many descendants of slaves taken long ago before the practice was abolished. It is, supposedly, on the island Northwest of the land where both the Avaar and Rakag nascents fought and slew one another. The soldiers in that great battle that eventually fled were mired in the fog and rain of Tsetsegia and eventually served the Tsetsi long enough to become part of their people.
Avarak are not as uncommon here and yet they are still second-class citizens. Not technically slaves as they have some right and wages, but have few other freedoms.
There is whispered legend that one Avarak of keen intellect and eldritch might hides in the shrouded lands waiting for a chance to rise and free his people.
The Tsetsi have built numerous smaller permanent stone settlements and maintain several roving settlements that move across the land perpetually. They are a republic of nation states, 9 of them in all with the largest being the province of Khan in the far east, built up and prepared to hold off an assault from Gurga.
Their rulership is essentially down to a consultant of 18 Senators, two per province. There are three positions of power which are not shared. That of the Wood Shaman, the Wind Spear, and the Voice of Flame. Respectively, they serve as the spiritual leader, the military leader, and the representative of the people.