Amu Tribe


Here you can find details about the Amu Tribe, their leader and where / how they live. On top of the page you will also find their banner with their primary colors used for paints, etc.




Their leader:

Name: Thupis
Species: Human (Homo Sapiens)
Gender: Female
Sexual Orientation: Pan
Partner: None
Personality: Kind and calm. Is very good with animals and befriends them very easily. Due to being the youngest leader she has some insecurities and often second-guesses her decisions.


The people:

– Due to negative experiences with poachers trying to hunt down some of their livestock, the members of the Amu Tribe are neutral towards strangers. However, once someone proved they can be trusted and mean no harm the Tribe normally warms up to them rather quickly.
– Despite having their own livestock the Tribe still actively hunts and forages for a more diverse diet. They also have a talent for finding rare items they regularly trade for other things such as food they cannot find in their own area.
– Their favourite god is Arwii, the God of Life. Members of the Amu Tribe value life and it is not unusual for them to take in beasts and people alike who are in need of help or would not be able to survive out in the wild.
– As their habitat can be quite dangerous for the young and unexperienced, young members are kept in and around the cave under a close eye until they learned everything they need to know to survive in the wild.
– Neither is it unusual for Tribe members to have companions of any species. However, unlike other tribes, these companions are not normally seen inside their cave or huts. While being close with their humans it is more usual for them to live outside, living a semi-wild life.

Their habitat:

– They live in a Tundra
– Their tribe is semi-nomadic:
– During the winter months all tribe members including their livestock live in a large cave
– During the summer months the sheperds and their livestock roam the area while the rest of the tribe stays in the cave
– Two (2) longhouses can be found in the surrounding area. These will be used both by the sheperds and the livestock during really cold nights to keep
everyone warm
– For the other nights the sheperds use small hovels to sleep / rest in while their livestock grazes outside