- Notable cities
- Capital: Noman Heights
- System of Government
- Crime and Law Enforcement
- Largely unknown.
Some merchants have been allowed to set up small exchanges with certain tribesmen. These Pulgwin exports are usually herbs and spices in small woven baskets.
- Vast sweeping plains of grass stretching for hundreds of miles.
It has a few large rivers that serve as borders and the Yew-Fra river that passes through the center of Pulgwin territory and heads down to the Bulwarth capital.
- Total Population ~ Unknown
- Culture and History
- The Pulgwin Tribes are nomadic by nature and if two tribes encounter each other outside of the Noman Heights at the appointed time of the year there is likely to be conflict. The only time that the Pulgwin Tribes acted as a single nation in modern history is when the Bulwarth Empire attempted to extend their reach into Pulgwin territory to acquire more farmlands. A number of tribes joined together to rebuff the Empire in a campaign there is still little known about. The only thing known for sure is that previously steadfast forces lead by mighty Paladins returned as shells of their former selves, fearful of shadows and birds.
The Pulgwin Tribes could easily be described as intolerant of other races. While most tribesmen won’t kill a non-human on sight, they will make their visitor incredibly uncomfortable during their stay. No non-human has ever been accepted into the Pulgwin Tribes.
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