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Culture in Adylheim is varied due to the independence of its fiefdoms and the different races living within. However, since they were not once all independent, common fundamentals remain, such as methods of currency and timekeeping. Despite that, each race and fiefdom are home to things that are uniquely their own, and the borderlands outside of Adylheim are another story entirely.


Calendar of Adylheim - A record of how time is dealt with in the realm of Adylheim, including days, weeks and months. Generally, each day and month has a unique meaning in Adylheim culture.

Funerals, Temples and Ghosts in Dragonkin Culture - A look into the funeral rites of dragonkin and what they believe concerning ghosts and the afterlife. This also covers the strange temples that are seen dotting the homeland of the servants of the dragons.

Guides - Traversing the terrain of Adylheim is not an easy task for the uninitiated. Guides provide an essential service for those looking to travel from place to place throughout the world their knowledge of shortcuts and other conveniences are extremely prized.

Languages of Adylheim - Even though the countries of Adylheim were once one nation, many languages have grown and flourished in its borders. All races have their own specific language, but there are also those used in certain cultures and professions as well.

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