Customs, Clothing, and Culture
Dárdünah is a world of formal greetings, bowing aplenty, and honorifics galore. Religion is a very strong part of this, and honors and prayers to the Devah make up quite a bit of the day. Temples and shrines are fairly common both in cities and the country, as are public displays of religious rituals. Priests are always treated with great respect and few would even dare raise their voices to them, let alone their hands. Dárdünah is steeped in ritual and tradition, and one must know the proper forms to observe for any given situation.
For entertainment, jánah enjoy performances of all kinds. Poets, singers, dancers, musicians, and acrobats can all find an easy living in most cities. Public displays of martial skill are common, with competitions held in many parts of the world similar to Olympic-style games. Gambling is an all too common distraction, and jánah enjoy their fair share of good drink, parlor games, public bathhouses, and skilled masseurs. Despite their excesses, brawling tends not to be as common, since most disputes are settled in a public fighting forum called the Spiral Arena.