Faethropology – FEYthrəˈpäləjē –Noun
- The study of Faekind, in particular.
- The comparative study of Fae societies and cultures and their development.
The Keetsunekesh are a nomadic warlike hunter/raider Tribe. Their culture has developed emulating the Keetsunekka. Countless generations of performing animagi transfiguration spells to take the shape of the Keetsunekka have embedded themselves in the Tribe’s genetic identity. It is now considered an extreme oddity for a Keetsunekesh to be born without red-orange hair, fur-tufted, upright, triangular ears, and a furry tail. Aside from their ears and tails, their countenance is not unlike that of the Elvereshaians of Danrockethraia, aside from being a bit slimmer and smaller in stature. For the Keetsunekesh, animagi transfiguration has become a reflexive adaptation, which they generally begin to develop control over in early puberty. Together with the Keetsunekka, the Keetsunekesh are constantly harassing the Maeztereckesh, trying to steal their tools, jewelry, and above all, the prize of a plump Corateradda calf. They are constantly being pursued by the Honeshūkesh who have an arrangement with the Maeztereckesh. Counting coup on and/or stealing from their time-honored enemy the Honeshūkesh is considered to be amongst the highest of honors a Keetsunekesh can boast about. – children-of-gaia.com
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