A white logo with a black background Description automatically generated

Exlians

Official Name

The Wandering Ones

Flag

A blue and brown circle with white lines

Description automatically generated

Motto

Forward, To Atalanta

People

Exilian

Goods

Exilian

 

Symbol

A white logo with a black background

Description automatically generated

Crafts

Exilian

 

Honorifics

Ma

Pa, Na

Greeting

Hello!

 

Symbols

Wavy Cross

Korf

Parting

Be Safe!

 

Colors

Seafoam

Sky

Brown

White

Temples

None

 

Shrines

Paria

Kybele

Towns

None

 

Secrets

None

 
  

Known For

    

Rivals

Everyone

 

Foes

Everyone

 

Weapons

Makh, Karzh

Spike

Weather

Armor

Chain Mail

 

Wealth

  

Languages

  

Literacy

  

Respect Shown

Right Hand Wave, Left Hand Over Heart

Folkways

Each is bound to the other, and so what affects one of us affects all, be it shame or harm, the difference matters not.

Find what you can do to help others, and then do it the best of all.

Virtues

Stand By Family, Accept Consequences, Stand On Your Own, Own Thy Acts

Vices

Speaking Untrue, Misleading Others, Going Back On Thy Word, Promising A Future Thing

Skills

     

See Others

Busybodies, Paranoid, Accusatory

Others See

Untrustworthy, Beggars, Dangerous

Overview

Home is your ruck, your Korf, your mount, your people. This is the way of the Caravan, always moving, always searching, always exploring, always there.

Many people are surprised to learn that Exilians will walk away from their Caravans, not realizing that it is often expected, often a matter of proving oneself, often a need to get away from what can at times seem to be a smothering and overbearing kind of love and affection and defiance against the world outside the Caravan.

Besides, it is important to know when to stand on one’s own and when to stand for others, no matter the cost, which is part of what drives an Exilian out to Adventure.

Exilians know what it is to go hungry, to go thirsty, to be turned away, to spit upon and be the objects of scorn and suspicion.

Spread the Word: