The name of the ethnicity of the Kuhati Tribes.
Ik'alia, Fahr'uli, Klas'tyna
Ko'frat, Yegh'ask, Get'rosk
Huk'Sifal, Huk'Efti, Huk'Path
Common Dress code
Leather padding, moccasins, nightfur.
Art & Architecture
Wall paintings, chiselled dolls.
Birth & Baptismal Rites
Babies are baptised with red rock.
Coming of Age Rites
Transition from childhood to adulthood is done on an old trail that leads from the base of a valley to a large clearing in a high cliff where an effigy of the On'ari resides. Upon reaching this place, youths must spend two nights in this cavern then run back to the base of the valley.
Common Myths and Legends
The Winding Scar was gouged by On'ari in the time of shaking to protect his children, the Kuhati from all the destructive forces of nature.
Men are expected to be hunters or craftsmen. Women tend to be caregivers as well as shamans or fortunetellers. Positions of authority can be held by both and all are expected to train in combat prowess.
Matchmaking is done by pairing a man and a woman together to go on a hunt for a predatory creature. The hunt takes as long as necessary. This is designed to test the ability of the two to work together and overcome challenges both trivial and life threatening. When the two have successfully tracked and killed the creature the man and the woman both remove an eye from the creature and offer it to the other as a way of saying that they will look out for one another. If one of the two dies, it was never meant to be.
Marriage is as much a contest as it is a partnership.
Kuhatis are divided between multiple clans who share the same ethnic origins but claim different parts of the Winding Scar.