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    You are welcome to critique my strawman for...

    You are welcome to critique my strawman for Khinasi culture. It is rather involved.

    http://www.birthright.net/brwiki/index.php/Khinasi_culture

    in the D&D 3.5 section, there is a comments...
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    You are welcome to critique my strawman for...

    You are welcome to critique my strawman for Khinasi culture. It is rather involved.

    http://www.birthright.net/brwiki/index.php/Khinasi_culture

    in the D&D 3.5 section, there is a comments thread
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    Excellent points on the discussion of bards. I...

    Excellent points on the discussion of bards. I will try to incorporate a bit more of it and expound on it as I can.
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    Thanks for the input, and please keep it coming....

    Thanks for the input, and please keep it coming.

    I do not have access to all of the material, as our DM has asked us to restrict our access. He prefers things to be dramatic.

    I'll be making an...
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    Cultural Miscellany

    Tattooing:
    Henna tattoos are common fashion accessories for girls and women. Children and wives do not commonly sport tattoos. For boys and men, they are uncommon unless the individual serves...
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    Wisdom

    Couriers: The Red Kings of Aftane have crafted a system of posts and riders to facilitate communication in their holdings. Post stations were built along caravan routes at frequent intervals, no...
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    Piety, Part II

    Festival days : The Khinasi have many festivals, and it seems someone is having a party almost every day, for one reason or another. There are 7 main festival days called for by Avani....
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    Piety, part I

    Praise of Avani is quite common in everyday life, even in areas where it is not state religion. Morning prayers at sunrise begin the day for the lowliest commoner to the Prince-Paladin of Ariya. ...
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    Honor

    Honor is a tangible commodity in Khinasi society. While a person’s Sayim is an internal feeling of self worth, actions which enhance or damage Sayim are well known. Being honorable, never breaking...
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    Grace

    Appearance: The Khinasi dress in bright, tastefully harmonized. A man will typically wear linen breeches and soft shoes, a high-collared shirt with half sleeves, a vest, sash, and hat. A woman...
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    Family, part II

    Engagement and marriage
    Families who want to marry their sons begin looking out for girls shortly after their Awakening ceremony. They typically start with their relatives, neighbors and close...
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    Family, Part 1

    The Khinasi culture revolves around the family. All life is dedicated to advancing the interests of the family, instead of the individual. Sayim comes from family name as well as individual...
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    Equality

    Many outsiders view the rigid division between male and female roles in the family as an indication that women are oppressed in Khinasi society. This is far from the truth, and stems from a lack of...
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    Courtesy

    The most outward and public expression of Khinasi culture is its courtesy. From the most powerful noble to the lowest peasant, people treat each other with respect and care. How you treat others...
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    Artistic accomplishment

    The Khinasi pride themselves on being the most learned and advanced society in Cerelia. They express this pride through their fantastic works of art. To them, there is no difference between art and...
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    Khinasi culture- a strawman

    My D&D group is currently running a campaign in Cerelia, and our adventures have taken us into Khinasi lands. During the Christmas haitus, I did some research and developed a failry extensive...
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