- They do not have a set religion and do not have their actions dictated others.
- While there is no traditional government within the tribes, they do have impromptu leaders if ones are needed.
- There is no currency within tribes; resources are either shared throughout the tribe or traded to another tribe.
- Terra-Humans have tattoos that cover and adorn their bodies achieved by; aging, accomplishments, occupation, and skill.
- There are no boundaries or expectations of a single gender; the only thing that differs within gender are pronouns and how clothing fits.
- Though there is no government, tribes do have their own sets of laws agreed upon by the inhabitants.
- If one were to break these laws, the punishment would be decided by the community; there is no one set punishment to breaking a law
- The Terra-Humans take pride in their jewelry making, architecture, and artisan crafts.
- Their clothes are also handmade and specified for each task; such as casual living, hunting, ceremonial, etc.
- Energy crystals, usable or not, are often incorporated into building, clothes, furniture, and especially jewelry.
- Hunter: Those who bring food, such as meat and protein, back to the tribe.
- Scout: Those who spot where animals migrate and what patterns they have.
- Warrior: The ones who go to kill and skin the prey.
- Gatherer: Collectors of wild fruits, vegetables, herbs, etc
- Picker: The ones who actually go out and gather.
- Cataloguer: The ones who collect information about the what, where, and when.
- Caretaker: Those who take care of the young, elderly, and in training.
- Teacher: A specific type of caretaker that trains the young.
- Farmer: Those who grow fruits and vegetables and raise livestock.
- Seamstress: Those who make an array of clothes for the people of the tribe.
- Architect: Designer (and most often part of the labor) of constructs.
- Healer: Those who treat the sick and injured.
- Alchemist: Those who make a variety of different mixtures for misc. purposes.
- Artisan: Those who design (and help design) and make pottery, jewelry, furniture, tools, clothes.
* Everyone in the tribe helps with manual labor, cooking, and the raising of children.