piratekitten has declared February world-building month.
Every day in February, I will answer one question about any one of my settings.
The question post is here; feel free to add questions!
Do the Nedetakaei have anything even vaguely similar to the Addergoole school?
To be honest, the Nedetakaei are far less established in my head than the Shenera Endraae. That being said… here goes world-building.
The Shenera Oseraei do not have an overarching organizational structure even as much as the Shenera Endraae do; instead, the exist in small groupings – the Elf Queen, seen In the Hall of the Elf Queen, is one such.
Side track: some people go Nedetakaei, some are raised that way.
Second side track: thanks to rix_scaedu for much of this in terms of ideas and planning.
It is very likely that the Nedetakaei have several small "military schools" where they train their young; filial attachment or piety is not common among the Children of the First, as their primary and, indeed, only loyalty is supposed to be to their ruler, their King or Queen or Regent (until that ruler is overthrown, of course). Such schools would do well in indoctrinating the young in the mentality necessary to claw your way to the top of the pile and, of course, to ensure the next generation.
One caveat: while the Nedetakaei have halfbreeds, they also hate them. No school of theirs would involve a halfbreed breeding program.
The Ellehemaei fall into two political groups:
One call themselves the Shenera Oseraei, the Children of the First. They call the other group Ashanevai, which means monkey-fuckers.
The other group call themselves the Shenera Endraae , the Children of the Law. They call the other group Nedetakaei, those who have forsaken their Names, which also means those who have forsaken the Law.
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