Danasian culture is steeped in deep superstition and divided by conflict. Armies both foreign and domestic have carved through most of the continent, leaving deep scars in their wake. Gods and Goddesses are but children when compared to the forces of fate and fortune that seem to dominate Danasian belief . To the south, the legacy of the ancient Dan's empire falling to an overwhelming force of Crûsgar Dwarves is a rallying call for most Danasian warriors and the cities which are still populated are living archives of history and culture. Danasians are less gruff and more subtle in their tactics and actions than the barbarian tribes of the north.

In the fourth age, large bands of Danasians lead by Jodando Legault and the reformed Dan dynasty retook the ancient cities and proclaimed the unification of the North and South leading to a revival in the ideals of the Danasian warrior as both a powerful and educated individual.

It was through the unified efforts of Jodando's Danasian weapon-smiths and Arundel Shay's Findle alchemists that lead to the widespread dispersal of dragon-powder weapons. This was also a leading factor to the growing hostilities between the two nations.

The peoples of Danasia generally adhere to the way of Kidan and many monasteries dot the landscape.

Danasians stand generally between 5.5 to 6 feet tall and have dark hair and eyes. Their skin tone ranges from a light brown in the North to very pale in the South.

 Danasian Names

This Danasian names are structured differently from Western names. They include common names as well as the twenty major Danasian clans. Danasian names are broken into 3 sylables: The father's clan name, the mothers clan name and the personal name.

Twenty human clans dominate the culture of Danasia. Most humans of the region obey the standard cultural naming conventions.

The Naming Ritual

Major Danasian Clans

Ban1 Bo1 Chi1 Dan1 Do1 Go1 Han1 Jin1 Jo1 Kim1 Lo1 Man1 Ong1 Tan1 Tang1 Wan1 Wang1 Wei1 Wi1 Zhin