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Ϙϟɻ
scholars
Pronunciation [oʊhaɪ]
Dumun flag ohi
Flag of the Ohi
Motto:

ɻϯ ("In knowledge, whole")

Capital Chrathy Complex, Minbe, Bensh
Demonym Ohi
Government Unitary parliamentary deliberative democracy
Nam Galzu Diane Perry
Galzu Gery Baker
Galzu Jone Binson
Galzu Andrean Thezal
Galzu Reda Damnson
Legislature Rashaynu
Establishment
The first library d 0
Unification d XXXX
Alliance d DD.MM.YYYY
Revolution Year 0
Settling the Bensh System DD.MM.YYYY
Percent of population 14%
Regions of populations
Bensh 40%
Erato 20%
Egal 15%
Hite 10%
Anjon 10%
Currency eneg
Date formats dd.mm.yyyy
Frequency Prefix ϙɻ

The Ohi, also known as the Scholars, are a tribe of dumun who have, until recently, been enslaved to the race known as the Jorda. The first of their kind to travel the stars and the smallest of the tribes by population, they enjoy a well developed reputation for embracing intellectual interests and have found a niche in the recently independent dumun society as collectors and keepers of knowledge. Unu, the renown library in the Chrathi Complex on Minbe, is a prime example of their efforts - containing historical records, for dumun and Lukur alike, dating back almost as far as the first occurrence of dumun among the stars.


History

Cover first records, first library, unification, alliance, revolution, and settling of the Bensh system

Geography

Bensh System: Barani (colonies only), Minbe (fully inhabited), Charon (empty)

Language

Their work to keep record of the dumun language as it evolves.

Culture

beliefs, traditions, practices, philosophies

Society

community (sexes equal), Courting, Marriage, Children, Old, Family, Love, Criticism, Insults, Naming practices (1 Mother/Father name combo, 2 Clan (Former alien master), 3 Personal name)

Health

Injury, illness, aging, death, food (Fresh foods, balanced diet, veggies and grains favored most)

Religion

likely to follow Namaka

Entertainment

music (instrumental, soothing), movies/tv, sports (Noncompetative/ Self-improvement), games (puzzles)

Arts

Literature

Arogance, humility, knowledge is power, there is always more to learn

Science

architecture, weird science, technology, colonies

Genetics

Government

Prisoners/Crime/Laws/Government/Aliens/Humans/Earth

Ubaki

(taking humans from earth, sometimes necessary for genetic diversity and population bolstering, they tend to seek out infants and young children so that the transition is smoother for all involved)

(Nabdetam)(Dumun)

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