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GUIDE TO THE ETHNIC FAMILIES
THE KALTACH - Various Germanic, Scandinavian, and French cultures that can be found the world over, originating from the Isle of Kaltach.
The Caskaans/Caskaaner - Heavily inspired by Afrikaner/Boer/White South African culture. Language is Afrikaans (Caskaans). Native to Caskhomir.
The Kanadiaans - German (Kanadiaans) speaking culture, inspired by a number of Germanic cultures. One of the largest Kaltach groups, sub-groups include the Belkhomirian Kanadiaans (Bavarian), Welkisch Kanadiaans (Austrian), Litzisch, and the Alaykan Kanadiaans (with Russian influences). The largest group by far is the Candanadian Kanadiaans, usually just called Kanadiaans. Native to the Kanadiaans regions of Candanadium (Fischerstaat, the Westland, the Northern Cape, Belkhomir, Eisenstaat, and parts of Oseania) and Welka, with diaspora in parts of Alayka and Edofasia.
The Original Kaltach - Middle/Medieval German (High Kaltach) speaking culture, native to the Isle of Kaltach and the forefather of all the Kaltach groups.
The Rostokians - A French-speaking culture native to Rostokia.
The Trefjalli - Icelandic (Trefjalli) speaking culture, heavily influenced by Icelandic culture. Sub-groups include the Cape Trefjalli (a blend of Icelandic and Inuit), the Westland Trefjalli, and the Drulluhus Trefjalli. Native to Trefjall, with diaspora in the Westland, the Northern Cape, and Drulluhus.
THE AKAREANS - Various Asian cultures that resemble each other.
The Akareans - Mandarin Chinese (Akarean Mandarin) speaking culture, influenced by Chinese, Japanese, and various other Asian cultures. Sub-groups include various Mongolian, Cantonese, and Hokkien speaking groups. By far the most numerous ethnic group in the world. Native and indigenous to Akarea, with diaspora in Hykko and Jazado and immigrant communities in Candanadium.
The Hykkogwa - Draws influences from Korean and Japanese cultures. Speaks a constructed language, called Tokugo, which also draws influences from Korean and Japanese. Native and indigenous to Hykko.
THE SLAVAYANS - Slavic cultures.
The Alaykan-Novmirans - Russians. Language is Russian (Alaykan-Novmiran). Native and indigenous to Alayka and Novmir.
The Cykosloveine - Russian/General Slavic culture.
THE JAZADII - A Slavic/Chinese group that is the result of various purges, migrations, and interactions.
The Donvians - Polish (Donvian) speaking Slavs, considered by some to be more Slavayan than Jazadii.
The Gora Rhen - A general Jazadii culture.
The Nanlanders - Currently undefined.
The Khitai - A Khitai (Old Church Slavonic) speaking ethnic group that dominates Jazado. Native to Jazado. Sub-groups include the Ankar Khitai.
The Slavoj - A general Jazadii culture with more influences from the Slavayans.
THE TERRANS - Gaelic-speaking cultures linked by a common faith, known for their historic bonds and unity.
The Cenaesians - A Latin (Cenaesian) speaking culture which is classified as part of the Terran group due to religious and cultural ties to the other Terran groups. Native to Cenaesia.
The Edofasians - An Edofasian (Irish Gaelic) speaking culture. Native and indigenous to Edofasia.
The Sudardesians - A Sudardesian (Scots Gaelic) speaking culture. Native and indigenous to Sudardes.
VARIOUS OTHER UNIQUE OR INDIGENOUS CULTURES
The Drulla - Currently undefined.
The Melotski - Draws influences from native Australian culture, as well as various high fantasy novels. Speaks a fictional language that has yet to be defined called Meltorian. Native and indigenous to Meltor.
The Oseanians - An English (Oseanian) speaking culture that is an amalgamation of all English-speaking cultures, with influences from its Kanadiaans neighbours. Historically controlled all of Candanadium. Native and indigenous to Oseania, with diaspora across Candanadium.