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Snowfolk Guild

After gold was discovered in the northern rivers, many set forth in hopes of making a fortune. One particularly adventurous group ventured far beyond the rest, and enamored by the small fortune they collected during the mild northern summer, did not turn back in time to escape the brutal winter storms. They fought bravely to survive, but some were lost to cold. At last they could prevail no more against the bitter winds and vicious snow wolves, and Death reached out his icy hand to them...

And then out of nowhere, three strangers came walking across the glacier. They didn't seem bothered at all by the weather. They constructed a magical igloo for the survivors, which would protect them year-round and grant them a special resistance against the cold... And then the strangers continued on their way.

The survivors moved into the igloo and made it their home. Others began to join, and they started calling their group the "Snowfolk."

Snowfolk are a friendly bunch who enjoy exploration, helping others, and sharing their growing knowledge of the world. They are curious by nature and often are the first to venture into new realms and try new things. They enjoy great camaraderie, but don't let their lighthearted nature fool you! These are rugged survivalists of the finest kind, whose long time spent in the harsh arctic has given them some interesting and useful powers.

The Snowfolk guild accept Dwarf, Elf, Half-Elf, Human, and Orc races, including Artificer, Cleric, Fighter, Jaochi, Mage, Paladin, Ranger, Rogue, and Shapeshifter classes. SK members are not allowed.

The Snowfolk guild is located extremely far to the north on a cold ice cap next to the Tuhara river.