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-**Oloi** is a nation in south-eastern part of the [[Three Rivers]]. As with [[Nae]] to the south, it is one of the few actual nations in the world. However, its character is markedly different to its southern neighbour.+**Oloi** is a nation in the south-eastern part of the [[Three Rivers]]. As with [[Nae]] to the south, it is one of the few actual nations in the world. However, its character is markedly different to its southern neighbour.
  
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-The Oloii are a tall, pale people renowned for their light blue eyes and silvery-blond hair. They are also renowned for their surliness toward foreigners and overall dim dispositions. The average Oloii is a reflection of the grim land they dwell in. Due to the national propensity towards [[fels:​fenstre#​ydrys|Ydrys]] worship, they are furtive, ​secretive ​and know how to hold their secrets and counsel well.  ​+The Oloii are a tall, pale people renowned for their light blue eyes and silvery-blond hair. They are also renowned for their surliness toward foreigners and overall dim dispositions. The average Oloii is a reflection of the grim land they dwell in. Due to the national propensity towards [[fels:​fenstre#​ydrys|Ydrys]] worship, they are furtive, ​reticent ​and know how to hold their secrets and counsel well.  ​
  
 However, through necessity they need to maintain contact with the outside world. They tolerate the Nain traders that come within their borders on the proviso they don't wander or ask too many questions. Other folk are treated with great suspicion at the borders, and to trespass on Oloii land without their let is to suffer a fate worse than death. ​ However, through necessity they need to maintain contact with the outside world. They tolerate the Nain traders that come within their borders on the proviso they don't wander or ask too many questions. Other folk are treated with great suspicion at the borders, and to trespass on Oloii land without their let is to suffer a fate worse than death. ​
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