Desert scorpion people
Aiday, Ezgi, Isin, Everen
Everen, Hakan, Igne, Akrep
There really aren't family names, unless you count their "true names" where they name their kids after gods. Only family members know an individual's true name.
True names are based off of gods, i.e, "Maahes" or "Wepwawet".
Major language groups and dialects
The main language group is based off of Turkish with hints of Kazakh and Arabic.
Shared customary codes and values
Disabled members should be treated like everyone else. They must be supported and helped to find community work they can do, like telling stories, keeping track of records, healing, or acting as priests.
Average technological level
Pretty good. They have lanterns and star maps and tents and carts. Also very smart when it comes to geography, astronomy, and geology
Common Etiquette rules
Do not insult disabled members of the community. Do not harm children. Respect your elders. Use the pronouns the individual asks you to use for them. (Example, they/them/theirs, he/him/his, etc.)
Common Dress code
Mostly light colored robes for blending in with the environment and keeping warm. More brightly colored robes are used for ceremonies.
Common Customs, traditions and rituals
The scorpion gods are worshipped throughout the world.
Funerary and Memorial customs
A funeral is held in a temple after a body is mummified and stored in a small tomb.
Abusing family members, cannibalism, murdering kids (disabled or not), killing elders.
Common Myths and Legends
The ancient desert people ruled the planet. They had wings, horns, sharp claws, great strength and agility, and could even survive their own poison. They were revered as demigods. Their DNA is said to still lie dormant in modern scorpion people, especially those from the desert.
Scars are considered a mark of honor for fighters of all genders.
There really isn't any except for maybe being tall and long legged.
Be fair and love your partner. Support all community members.