Ethnography of the Centier
The Centier live in a peaceful agricultural society. They live in small farming villages dotted across the landscape that are home to between 100 and 200 individuals. They have had very limited contact with other cultures and their knowledge of anything beyond their villages is minimal. They are a very private people, contact between villages within a region is also minimal, but they are none-the-less on good terms with others of their kind. There is occasionally trade between the villages, but this is not a regular or widely exploited practice.
The majority of contact between villages within a region is at major celebrations. The Centier have two major festivals that they celebrate annually, the Harvest and the Spring Solstice. In the autumn all the Centier in the region will gather at or near one of the villages to share in the fruits of their labors. Each village will bring its excess harvest to contribute to a great feast that celebrates a time of plenty.