Name given to the nomads who roam the southern dunes of Pharpech and are thought to be distantly related to the Kuhati although the difference in naming and religion makes this difficult to tell.
Yala, Gheana, m'Pafil, Kaliona
Golah, Ngatiy, Kolatan, Turen
Homadi, Rounare, Yualu, Hunacz
Average technological level
Sand speeders from trade with the eastern settlements such as Haldo City.
Common Dress code
Thick robes made of fabric sewn from various plants in their region.
Art & Architecture
Sewn rugs and tapestries used as decoration and material for making yurts.
Birth & Baptismal Rites
Newborns' heads are brought on the pilgrimage to the Sea of Sand and dipped in it.
Coming of Age Rites
Young men are expected to travel across the Sand Sea by themselves on vessels designed for traveling deep sand.
Funerary and Memorial customs
Bodies are wrapped and placed atop a sand dune. The deceased are said to have embarked on the Iil'Re (Greater Sand Path) and join or await their mate.
Mamoudi Fanure formed the Talahd council to represent their interests in dealing with other tribes and factions such as the Kuhati and Haldoans.
Smooth sand is considered beautiful. If a Talahdi says ones skin is like the sand of the Sand sea, they are complimenting you on your looks.
Talahdi wander in small groups and thus matchmaking is done through a sort of annual pilgrimage whereby several nomad groups gather in a location near the great sand lake and mingle. Those who travel on the great Sand Sea and encounter one another are said to have linked their Iil (Sand Paths). In other words, they are drawn to one another by some greater force.
Council of Talahd