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Realm

Official Name

El Dorado

Flag

A red white and blue circle with a green letter

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Motto

All for One and One for All

People

Doradan

Goods

Doradan

Doradic

Symbol

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Crafts

Doric

Doric

Honorifics

Sirrah

Missuh

Greeting

Hola!

 

Symbols

Cactus Tree

Eagle

Parting

G’day!

 

Colors

Blue

White

Red

Plaid

Temples

Kybele

Antelle

Shrines

Qetza

Lamia

Towns

Deseray

Fortaray

Secrets

Timur

Urisha

Derier

Sandaray

Known For

Horses

Train

Guns

Sand

Rivals

Akadia

Aztlan

Foes

Thule

Duat

Weapons

Doric Mace

Doric Knife

Weather

Hot, Dry

Sunny

Armor

Korinthian Leather

Wealth

+30

 

Languages

Doradan

Trade

Literacy

  

Respect Shown

Touching forehead or hat brim with slight head bow to everyone

Folkways

Clothing is strongly gendered – Men, Women, and Enbies all have different clothing pieces.

A handshake closes all agreements, bonds, oaths, and friendships.

Virtues

Eat it up

Make it do

Wear it out

Do without

 

Vices

Avarice

Laziness

Whining

Gossip

 

Skills

Riding

Folk Dancing

   

See Others

In a hurry, inauthentic, having ulterior motives

Others See

Naive, Lackadaisical, Uppity

Overview

Dry and dusty laconic and stoic, the people of Dorado are a different sort from much of the Empire, with strange ideas.

Most of Dorado is given over to ranching, a form of herding animals around large areas of land. Even Dorado itself doesn’t have cobbled streets, preferring dry packed earth and adobe structures, with a sense of sturdy pioneering that drives much of their way of life.

Doradans are often more tradition bound, but in a more relaxed way – individual autonomy is one of the most prized aspects of their way of life. Doradans are a quiet people, given to action over word, and integrity over honor. They believe in the law, and in the Charter, and they put family forward, wile also beig a tough, earnest people that will not back down from a fight, but only fight as a last resort.

Horses, wagons, and gunslingers are a lot of what folks think about, forgetting that Dorado is also the home to the Sand Sea, and the assorted wealth that comes from it.

While they have the fewest of the terrifying left-over machines from the war, they have a higher than normal number of strange creatures, like sand wraiths, and are more generally known for tiier ability to handle animals than they are for their ability to craft things.

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