follow the traditional teachings of Lycana
to an extent, but they also follow some teachings of the Huntress
as their way of life is centered heavily around nature and the hunt. The Barbarian Culture
of the Spine of Kallex
is similar, but the years have removed the Barbarians
farther away from the heritage the Outlanders
try to stay close to.
are still part of the Elven Forest
, but they have their own leadership in the Huntsmen Elders
. These Elders
speak to the Elven Kingdom
on the Outlanders
behalf as the Elven
King tends to worry more about the interior of the forest.
All races in Isekai have a set of beliefs that they consider their law. The Emerald Elves
of the Outlands
follow the same bliefs of all Elves
, a set of beliefs that are part of nature that do not bend or waver.
- All animals have are to be respected, even when hunted there shall be no cruel treatment of any creature.
- Orcs have no place in any Elven settlement, they are never to be allowed past any border.
- Káto is dangerous, new entrances are to be safeguarded and shrouded with powerful magic to avoid discovery from either side when encountered.
- Outsiders are cautiously welcomed.
These beliefs drive the Emerald Elves
and their way of life, even in the Outlands
, as they move through their long lives and serve as stewards of the land. In this way, they serve the goddesses and the Elven Kingdom
Family is important to all Elves
, but much like the Barbarians
of the Spine
, family is far more important to the Outlanders
than other Elves
. Families often make up entire villages and must rely on each other if they wish to survive and keep their villages afloat in difficult times.
are part of a handful of well-known clans or are somehow related to these larger clans. These clans gain their fame through time spent as part of the Huntsmen Elders
. Names to these people are important as a name comes with the backing of a large group of people in terms of trust and abilities. Even outside of the Elven Forest
, these names come with some recognition, especially in circles of travelers and traders.
Property & Ownership
live off the land, causing most things they have to be creations of their own hands. These people are not highly materialistic, but do enjoy keeping small things that may be momentos or even items that tell part of their family's history. Items such as tent coverings and other paintings are highly coveted as these items can tell the entire history of a family, much like their oral traditions.
Taboos & Insults
Much like all Elves
, the Outlanders
embrace their fey heritage and consider little to be taboo. Little angers them, but to insult their ability to care for themselves and their families properly using the land could cause a fight.
Outlander Culinary Arts
often do not practice elegant or fancy culinary arts as their lifestyle does not leave time to partake in such artistic endeavors. They tend to make foods that are simple and nurishing, as well as able to keep and store throughout the winter. These people are known for their specialty Elven Artisanal Bread
, even though most Elves
would call this bread hardtack.