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Saxon

Page history last edited by Bradley Grant 4 years, 9 months ago

Saxons

 

Culture

The Saxons say they arose when the ancient gods made the first people from trees. They walked with the gods and have interbred with the great and small among them. The gods made people to have allies against the giants and subterranean forces of Nature. They made different tribes of people so they would compete with each other to manifest the virtues that make humans great. Humans are beings of "courage, individuality, loyalty, and honor." These virtues were distributed among the many peoples, thus creating the different tribes who settled in various regions of the continent. The actual Saxon tribes comprise a large group, but other signicantly large groups include the Jutes and Angles; all three were driven from their ancestral homelands by the hostile Danes. In Britain they reasserted themselves by conquering and settling this land.  Some Saxons are vassals of Logres but the vast majority live in lands of their own and make war against the other British peoples; raiding, slaving, kidnapping slaves and trying to enforce their rule on the land.

 

Skills & Traits

Saxon stock tends to produce taller, stronger people than other cultures.

Saxon training focuses on two-handed weapons and all of their menfolk are confident in using several such weapons, including large spears and swords. They are also confident at sea, often taking to the ocean for raids, making them fine sailors and swimmers.

Saxon women are said to be quite flirtatious.

 

Religions

British Christian, Germanic Pagan

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