Southern Fzalder

Naming Traditions

Feminine names

  • Aifail
  • Aine
  • Aislin
  • Brigit
  • Eimla
  • Eithne
  • Eponina
  • Etainn
  • Grainne
  • Gwladus
  • Ide
  • Ite
  • Mairenn
  • Muirid
  • Orlaith
  • Sadb
  • Sithmæth
  • Slaine
  • Slæn
  • Sorchae

Masculine names

  • Æd
  • Ailbe
  • Aislil
  • Brænainn
  • Brennus
  • Bricius
  • Cian
  • Dubsæ
  • Duosg
  • Ennæ
  • Finn
  • Finnbar
  • Finnen
  • Garban
  • Iarlaithe
  • Iudris
  • Lonan
  • Odran
  • Senan
  • Ruarcc

Unisex names

  • Audr
  • Ædan
  • Ailbhe
  • Aran
  • Brenyn
  • Cæghas
  • Caoilainn
  • Ceil
  • Ciaraidh
  • Eike
  • Feidlimid
  • Islæ
  • Minæk
  • Minn
  • Nuthe
  • Tierney
  • Unnarak
  • Vatheil
  • Vieno
  • Zashann

Family names

  • Angalt
  • Arkoth
  • Bel’gonnach
  • Brennuz
  • Cotter
  • Cottoth
  • Daz I’coy
  • Doyis
  • Egthyle
  • I’pluneth
  • I’rourke
  • I’rourkis
  • I’sheehy
  • Kittekan
  • Kittoran
  • Oginns
  • Sirnaluth
  • Swannin
  • Swannæ
  • Tharkett


Major language groups and dialects

They speak New Tongue, a dialect called Aeonn Tongue

Shared customary codes and values

They largely believe that caring for the collective whole of society is better than a single individual. As such, many tend to push aside their personal feelings for something if it means the betterment of the whole of their society.

Average technological level

They’re the most technologically advanced out of all the areas in Fzalder, constantly experimenting with magic based tech. A number of equipment used by medical professionals come from this area.

Common Etiquette rules

People are generally very polite to one another, and will often keep quiet if something upsets them to avoid confrontation- unless the thing is harmful.

Common Dress code

They’re more lax on who wears a cae, though many are surprised when an ivierae specifically isn’t wearing one. Cae in this region are often expected to be made by the person themself.

Art & Architecture

Painting and clay sculptures are popular here. You’ll often find cubist or realism from painters here. Architecture wise, most prefer style over functionality, and will often place unnecessary columns in the buildings just because it looks nice, or to show off sculpture art. More often than not they like to build with limestone and either white wash it, or paint murals on them.

Foods & Cuisine

Fish play a large part in diets in this culture as they have an abundance of it. Oftentimes they’ll exchange fish for other gods from other cultures because they often have a surplus.

Coming of Age Rites

It’s considered acceptable for anyone regardless of species to practise Rites of Passage ; but they expect those who participate to be faithful in their cae, lest it be considered “culturally harmful”.

Funerary and Memorial customs

Funerals are one of the few areas in society where people have complete freedom. People are expected to carry out the wishes of those who’ve passed- as long as it’s legal.

Historical figures

Cathal Angalt, Ædan Angalt.


Beauty Ideals

They classify themselves as not having beauty ideals, but they do secretly consider more animalistic features to be attractive.

Gender Ideals

They believe gender to be something that always changes, even a little bit. They view it as a social construct.

Courtship Ideals

Like many cultures, exchanging jewellery is considered to be the ideal norm for courtship; but what that is depends on the contact. To ask to date, rings are exchanged. To ask to marry, necklaces are exchanged.

Relationship Ideals

Relationships are considered to be an equitable exchange of work and affection, regardless of the type. For example, if someone was disabled and couldn’t work, it’s expected that the able-bodied partner to do the work while the disabled partner does something else to help around like chores.

Major organizations

Angalt Province
Parent ethnicities
Related Locations


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