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The rare individuals who leave the Namaran homeland tend to be the adventurous sort who want to see the world. While humans still hold the majority in number, the half-elven populace is close behind, and the lands produce a fair number of half-elven adventurers. Unfortunately, wizards from this region are exceedingly rare and tend to only be taught by traveling magic-users from other lands. As such, most of the magic performed in the lands is done by priests and tribal shamans.
 
The rare individuals who leave the Namaran homeland tend to be the adventurous sort who want to see the world. While humans still hold the majority in number, the half-elven populace is close behind, and the lands produce a fair number of half-elven adventurers. Unfortunately, wizards from this region are exceedingly rare and tend to only be taught by traveling magic-users from other lands. As such, most of the magic performed in the lands is done by priests and tribal shamans.
   
The Namarans are generally left alone, but the past 500 years has drastically increased traffic to the region. They actually get along well with pirates since they offer discounted (stolen) and exotic (never before seen) goods. The only real enemy of the Namarans is [[the Kingdom of Draziir]] who frequently send out hunters into their territory for ivory and exotic animals for trade. A large scale conflict seems inevitable as more and more outposts are being built on the shoreline, and the metal weapons of these trading posts seems too good of an opportunity to pass up.
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The Namarans are generally left alone, but the past 500 years has drastically increased traffic to the region. They actually get along well with pirates since they offer discounted (stolen) and exotic (never before seen) goods. The only real enemy of the Namarans is the Kingdom of Draziir who frequently send out hunters into their territory for ivory and exotic animals for trade. A large scale conflict seems inevitable as more and more outposts are being built on the shoreline, and the metal weapons of these trading posts seems too good of an opportunity to pass up.
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