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    No, the mongols were first and foremost...

    No, the mongols were first and foremost pastoralists, i.e. nomadic herders.



    This is taken from the Library of Congress Country studies . Look here.

    The Mongols supplemented their herding...
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    I gave trade as the source of metal for the elves...

    I gave trade as the source of metal for the elves some thought, but I tend to disagree for several reasons:

    Trade is unreliable and at least in times of war, when metals are needed most urgently,...
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    I don't see the Sidhelien as very enthusiastic...

    I don't see the Sidhelien as very enthusiastic miners either, but unless you see them as magicking everything up, they just have to mine I believe.

    Starting with Tolkien and including BR's...
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    In my view, the elven 'houses' take care of most...

    In my view, the elven 'houses' take care of most needs for their members and here most goods and services needed are procured in a communal effort. When a young elf needs his first sword, the house...
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    Well, as I pointed out here, I originally...

    Well, as I pointed out here, I originally intended to include three elven cultures IMC and the most advanced of these would build in stone, while the Sidhelien build wooden tree towns. This would be...
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    With regard to ships and boats, this is homebrew...

    With regard to ships and boats, this is homebrew stuff for my campaign, as already discussed here and in the following post.
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    I find the approach that elves are basically...

    I find the approach that elves are basically mebhaighl-sustained creatures quite fascinating. If I were to use this approach, I'd probably change their creature type from humanoid to fey, speaking in...
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