• Thomas Hardiman III

Young female Livodian Civilians


The young girls usually are seen assisting their mothers with cultivation, or assisting the men with their gathering ventures by providing food and supplies for them. In there free time, they often run in the fields and harvest certain fruits and vegetables. As they grow, they begin to seek their mates in adulthood, but are often placed around other young males that have more balanced chemistry.


For instance, more naturally aggressive girls are placed around the more aggressive boys to learn their differences strengths and weaknesses in similar situations. Boys training to be soldiers are placed around aggressive girls that run in the fields for competition to often compete with each other. Boys that are training to be fisherman are usually around girls that often gather bait for them to catch fish. The balance brings chemistry, and harmony; which evolves the young boys and girls to continue to make Homoor Island thrive with its' abundance of resources for the future.

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