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=Proposed Canon=
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A tribe is a group of connected [[units]], separate from their [[side]](s).
A tribe is a group of connected [[units]], separate from their [[side]](s).
==Known Tribes and Known Members==
==Known Tribes and Known Members==
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===The Tribes of Men===
The [[Jetstone]] Tribe
The [[Jetstone]] Tribe
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*[[King Slately]]
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* [[King Slately]]
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*[[Prince Ansom]]
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* [[Prince Ansom]]
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* Prince [[Tramennis]]
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* Prince [[Ossomer]]
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* Prince [[Forthewin]]
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* Prince [[Wonderloaf]]
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* Prince Titas
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* Prince Victor (first son of Slately)
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* Prince Lustrius (third son of Slately)
The Nearly-Lost [[Plaid Tribe]]
The Nearly-Lost [[Plaid Tribe]]
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*[[Stanley the Plaid]]
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* [[Stanley the Plaid]]
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*[[Sizemore Rockwell]]
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* [[Sizemore Rockwell]]
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*[[King Saline IV]]
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* [[King Saline IV]]
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The Lost [[Croatan Tribe]]
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The [[Croatan Tribe]] was formerly classified as Lost. It appears that the Croatan tribe was the ruling tribe of the [[Goodminton]] side, of which Wanda is the only living member.
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*[[Wanda Firebaugh]]
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==Speculation==
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* [[Wanda Firebaugh]]
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Tribes are "cultural," and have no real meaning.
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* Atomic [[Tommy Firebaugh]]
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* [[Overlord Firebaugh]]
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===Humanoid Tribes===
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The [[Gobwin]] Tribe
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The [[Hobgobwin]] Tribe
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* [[Vurp]]
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* [[Fud]]
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The [[Elves|Elven]] Tribes
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* [[Tarfu]] - a [[Woodsy Elves|Woodsey elf]]
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The [[Marbit]] Tribe
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=Speculation=
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*The [[Milquetoast]] Clan may have been a Tribe, a [[side]], or both.
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Parson says tribal affiliations seem "cultural," and have no real meaning.{{erf|1|079a}} This may mean that sides don't depend on tribal affiliation to determine their unit makeup, or who leads, or whatever. Also, casters will often be on sides that don't match their tribes.  Tribes are almost certainly involved, though, for [[Royal]]s and [[Heir]]s.
A side may be composed of a main, or central, tribe, and its collective allies.  For instance, Gobwin Knob had 200 living troops - these, perhaps, were all or mostly the remnants of the Plaid Tribe. Considered against the masses of [[Uncroaked]], the [[Dwagon]]s, the [[Twoll]]s, and the [[Golem]]s, along with their [[Natural Allies]], the [[Gobwins]] and [[Hobgobwins]], the Plaid Tribe is a fraction of their side, but it is perhaps the central thread, as it were.
A side may be composed of a main, or central, tribe, and its collective allies.  For instance, Gobwin Knob had 200 living troops - these, perhaps, were all or mostly the remnants of the Plaid Tribe. Considered against the masses of [[Uncroaked]], the [[Dwagon]]s, the [[Twoll]]s, and the [[Golem]]s, along with their [[Natural Allies]], the [[Gobwins]] and [[Hobgobwins]], the Plaid Tribe is a fraction of their side, but it is perhaps the central thread, as it were.
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Tribes in the [[Real World]] have familial, or genetic, ties. Though no one in Erfworld is technically related, and [[heir]]s don't necessarily resemble their "parent," it is possible that members of a tribe share certain characteristics, or at least are more likely to... then again, what do Stanley and Sizemore have in common?
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Tribes in the [[Real World]] have familial, or genetic, ties. Though no one in Erfworld is technically [[Lineage|related]], and [[heir]]s don't necessarily resemble their "parent," it is possible that members of a tribe share certain characteristics, or at least are more likely to... then again, what, aside from receding hairlines, do Stanley and Sizemore have in common?
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The different [[Elves|elf]] varieties may be based on tribal divisions. Same with [[Giant]]s.
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The different [[Elves|elf]] varieties may be based on tribal divisions.
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[[Category:Erfworld Culture]]
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[[Category:Proposed Canon]]
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[[Category:Speculation]]

Revision as of 19:40, 20 December 2011

Contents

Proposed Canon

A tribe is a group of connected units, separate from their side(s).

Known Tribes and Known Members

The Tribes of Men

The Jetstone Tribe

The Nearly-Lost Plaid Tribe

The Croatan Tribe was formerly classified as Lost. It appears that the Croatan tribe was the ruling tribe of the Goodminton side, of which Wanda is the only living member.

Humanoid Tribes

The Gobwin Tribe

The Hobgobwin Tribe

The Elven Tribes

The Marbit Tribe

Speculation


Parson says tribal affiliations seem "cultural," and have no real meaning.Erf-b1-p079aSame-site.PNG This may mean that sides don't depend on tribal affiliation to determine their unit makeup, or who leads, or whatever. Also, casters will often be on sides that don't match their tribes. Tribes are almost certainly involved, though, for Royals and Heirs.

A side may be composed of a main, or central, tribe, and its collective allies. For instance, Gobwin Knob had 200 living troops - these, perhaps, were all or mostly the remnants of the Plaid Tribe. Considered against the masses of Uncroaked, the Dwagons, the Twolls, and the Golems, along with their Natural Allies, the Gobwins and Hobgobwins, the Plaid Tribe is a fraction of their side, but it is perhaps the central thread, as it were.

Tribes in the Real World have familial, or genetic, ties. Though no one in Erfworld is technically related, and heirs don't necessarily resemble their "parent," it is possible that members of a tribe share certain characteristics, or at least are more likely to... then again, what, aside from receding hairlines, do Stanley and Sizemore have in common?

The different elf varieties may be based on tribal divisions. Same with Giants.

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