The Enerali circa 130 ST

These are given as sites, although most of the Enerali peoples lived in small semi-nomadic camps accompanied by their herds of horses and other animals. Each tribe gathered regularly at its primary temple site and made regular pilgrimages to Hrelar Amali. Most people do not share borders, but lived with wide areas of wild lands (often inhabited by Serpent-Beast bands) between them.


  • Town and temple, enclosed by stone walls
  • 1500 humans, called Dangans
  • Horticulture, horse-herding, tribute
  • Ruled by king elected by tribes of Dangan Confederation
  • Eneral, Ehilm, Galanin


  • Hillfort with village
  • 500 humans, called Fornaoli
  • Another 2500 members in scattered semi-nomadic camps in Tanier river valley and around Lake Ehilmka
  • Horse-herding, hunter-gatherer
  • Humath, Galanin, Matara


  • Hill fort village, temple complex
  • 800 humans, called Vustri
  • Another 3200 members in scattered semi-nomadic camps between Doskior and Irimb rivers
  • Matrilineal, ruled by hereditary queen
  • Pastoralism (horse herding), hunter-gathering
  • Galana, Erulat, Marat

Hrelar Amali

  • Temple and sacred spring gathering site
  • 200 humans, aldryami friends
  • Sacred horticulture, Temple Keepers
  • Flamal, Matara, Ehilm, Eladra, many other shrines

Lake Ehilmka

This very shallow lake is slowly becoming marshland. The Fornaoli and Utoni tribes hunt birds and fish among its marshes. The lake was the first to reflect Ehilm’s visage when he returned, proving to the gods and mortals that the Darkness had ended.

Lake Felster

This lake has grown since the Dawn with the decline of Lake Nralar further up the Tanier River. It is a very deep lake, and was carved out of the earth when the Storm Gods warred against the Serpent-Beasts and scattered them with lightning and thunder. It is the home of green-skirted Safa. The sister of Erulat, Safa is a goddess of beauty, youth, lakes, and rain.

Lake Helby

This lake is extreme rich in fish and is the home of the goddess Tagar, a fertility goddess and mother of fish. The lake is sacred to the Vustri who forbid hunting and blood-shed near its borders. Peaceful meetings between the Enerali and the Serpent Beast peoples can be arranged at its shore.


  • Autumnal gathering place, hill fort
  • 2500 humans, called West Korioni
  • Hunter-gatherer, semi-nomadic pastoralism
  • Korost, Nagi-Mer, Tana
  • Generally these people are found between Lake Felster and the Upper Tanier, although bands can be found further west and east.
  • Share ancestors and certain laws with the Ost Korioni.


  • Hillfort, village, holy well near marshes of Lake Ehilmka
  • 1000 humans, called Utoni
  • 2500 members in semi-nomadic camps between Lake Ehilmka and Lake Felster
  • Horse-herding, hunter-gatherer
  • Ehilm, Uele Oline

Valsi (also kalled Korost)

  • Temple to Korost, Winter gathering place
  • 3000 humans, called East Korioni
  • Hunter-gatherer, semi-nomadic pastoralism
  • Korost, Galana, Nagi-Mer
  • Generally these people occupy the lands between Lake Felster and the middle Doskior river, although they are known to travel further east, west and south.
  • Share ancestors and certain laws with the West Korioni

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