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* BornUnderTheSail: The Chíma and the Nóm.


* FormalFullArrayofCutlery: The governor's court in the distant land of Mihállu.

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* FormalFullArrayofCutlery: The FormalFullArrayOfCutlery: Dining at the governor's court palace in the distant land of Mihállu.Mihállu is nightmarishly complicated.

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* FormalFullArrayofCutlery: The governor's court in the distant land of Mihállu.

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* FesteringFungus: Fungi (and fungal infections) are definitely a problem in the steamy swamp-encircled city of Penóm, on Tsolyánu's southern coast.


* HiveCasteSystem: One of Tékumel's native intelligent species, the insect-like Hlüss

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* HiveCasteSystem: One The insect-like Hlüss, one of Tékumel's native intelligent species, the insect-like Hlüssspecies


* VastBureaucracy: Tsolyánu, Mu置galavyá and Livyánu are (in differing ways) all quite bureaucratic. Salarvyyá's bureaucracy is limited by feudal Balkanization. Yán Kór is too newly-established to have a really well-entrenched bureaucracy.

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* VastBureaucracy: Tsolyánu, Mu置galavyá and Livyánu are (in differing ways) all quite bureaucratic. Salarvyyá's bureaucracy is limited by chronic feudal Balkanization. Yán Kór is much too newly-established young and de-centralized to have a really well-entrenched bureaucracy.large bureaucracy, but Baron Áld is actively fostering its development.


* TheTheocracy: Livyánu is completely controlled by the priesthoods of the Shadow Gods. The temples of the Tsolyáni Imperium itself also wield considerable political power, but they are constrained by the aristocratic clans, the Imperial bureaucracy, and the military.



* TheTheocracy: Livyánu is completely controlled by the priesthoods of the Shadow Gods. The temples of the Tsolyáni Imperium itself also wield considerable political power, but they are constrained by the aristocratic clans, the Imperial bureaucracy, and the military.


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* VastBureaucracy: Tsolyánu, Mu置galavyá and Livyánu are (in differing ways) all quite bureaucratic. Salarvyyá's bureaucracy is limited by feudal Balkanization. Yán Kór is too newly-established to have a really well-entrenched bureaucracy.

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* HumanResources: The nomadic tribes of Milumanayá's Desert of Signs are so impoverished that they put every part of a human body to good use (the flesh is eaten, the skin tanned, the hair is spun into cord, the bones are made into tools, and so forth). Under extreme circumstances, a tribesman many even volunteer to be put to death to ensure the rest of the group has the materials it needs (such as a volunteer is called "one who serves").


* WarriorPrince: Eselné and Mirusíya.

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* WarriorPrince: Princes Eselné and Mirusíya.

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* HiveCasteSystem: One of Tékumel's native intelligent species, the insect-like Hlüss

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* ChildEater: The Shén eat their weakest offspring.

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* LizardFolk: The Shén

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* LiteralMinded: The Tinalíya


* ColourCodedForYourConvenience: The Tsolyáni like displaying of social status and affiliation visually, and each of the twenty gods in their pantheon is associated with a color, or a combination of colors. Likewise, each of the Five Empires has its own heraldic color (the Tsolyáni Imperium uses blue, Yán Kór uses green, Mu置galavyá uses red, etc.)

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* ColourCodedForYourConvenience: The Tsolyáni like displaying of social status and affiliation visually, and each of the twenty gods in their pantheon is associated with a color, or a combination of colors. Likewise, each of the Five Empires has its own heraldic color (the Tsolyáni Imperium uses blue, Yán Kór uses green, Mu置galavyá uses red, etc.)


* {{Colour-Coded For Your Convenience}}: The Tsolyáni like displaying of social status and affiliation visually, and each of the twenty gods in their pantheon is associated with a color, or a combination of colors. Likewise, each of the Five Empires has its own heraldic color (the Tsolyáni Imperium uses blue, Yán Kór uses green, Mu置galavyá uses red, etc.)

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* {{Colour-Coded For Your Convenience}}: ColourCodedForYourConvenience: The Tsolyáni like displaying of social status and affiliation visually, and each of the twenty gods in their pantheon is associated with a color, or a combination of colors. Likewise, each of the Five Empires has its own heraldic color (the Tsolyáni Imperium uses blue, Yán Kór uses green, Mu置galavyá uses red, etc.)

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