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Culture and Locations

Kobhufi is a civilisation on the coast of the Sea of Ash. Their religion is Farhi Bhara, which allows for worship of any deity from a pantheon, though their tends to be a favourite with every new governor who comes into power. The favourite of the ruler of Kobhufi is Karar, god of the dead. The people of Kobhufi are sometimes seen as nihilistic, prone to questioning the importance of values or beliefs. Their capital is Qodur.

Kobhufi is mainly subtropical forest along the coast with savanna further west. It has access to the Bay of the Dead.

Demonym: Kobhufi, Kobhufii

Population: 375,000

  • Kobhufi (KUU-MUU-FIH)
    • Qodur (KUU-DUUR), 15,000

History and Relations

Kobhufi became consolidated around 850AL after the Oolu Empire gave the smaller disorganised people groups weapons and means to travel across the Sea of Ash to Jindiara to capture slaves for them. Kobhufi has since built up much of its wealth in this manner. The people here are from the ancient Qarara ethnic group. They are cooperative with Qusa, have conflict with the Qaron clans, and do not really have other neighbours to deal with. They mainly export wildlife and slaves.

Military and Art

Kobhufii most distinctly utilise man-hunter warriors, who are trained to track down and capture people and survive for extended periods in the wilderness. These man-hunters are often employed to assist in the capturing of slaves in Jindiara. Their main artwork is relief sculpting, and common artforms include communal dancing and utilising khakankun bones as decoration.