The Sword Sworn
We are the Watchers of the World, the servants to the people, and the slayers of monsters and all things that would do harm to the natural order of the world. We call those things monsters, and clansmen and women alike fight day after day to see them destroyed.
Anakalathai are the keeper of the eternal watch, fighting undead in any crypt and tomb they happen to rise from.
Elanithino are the staunch of blood and heart, the slayers of vampires and their spawn when they decide it is time to feed.
Gathakanathi are the keepers of the flocks, masters of the silver sword and bane to any lycanthropes who rouse during their moonlit slumber.
Kalagiano are the stout of mind and keepers of sanity. They specialize in besting abberations and their like through the art of puzzles and mind traps.
Katho-Olavi keep to the pacts of nature, protecting travelers from the dangers of the land, providing guides and travel advice to innocent adventurers and merchants alike.
Kolae-Gileana are literally named “Giant-Kin”. Though they are no kin to the giants themselves. Slayers of those monstrosities, they hold some of the most powerful maneuvers to keep their forgotten kin at bay.
Ogolakanu are the decided keepers of the blood pact: masters of infernal speech and warfare they keep a tentative grip on a portal to Hades, fearing what can appear from the depths of Tarterus, blood-hunts are common into Hades to prevent the… bigger things, from coming out.
Thuliaga are tricksters and quick witted, they deal almost exclusively with genie-folk and their machinations to cause mayhem,
Thunukalathi are the proverbial knights in shining armor, the riders of great war-beasts, charging into the fray, their skills are more combat oriented and knowing their special powers, who could blame them? Dragons are their bane!
Vaimei-Laga are surveyors of the mystical and the arcane. Their duty is to uphold the natural laws of the world, killing any wizards and sorcerers who threaten the balance of power, power that is meant to be used only for good and for the betterment of life.