The Kigh Culture

The Kighi, a fictional human culture from a wetlands climate.

This culture is called the Kigh. Its people are the Kighi, and they are a human society.

They speak Kigh. Kigh is a guttural language. It uses an alphabet writing system, with characters composed of swirls, triangles, and boxes. The sample phrase "Hello! It is good to see you, friend." in Kigh is said "brakgre! Gre brewgro kigbrew krachow gew, brigkewgring. "

They originally came from a wetlands region.

Common Names

Male Names

  • Grakach
  • Drewur
  • Kringkengach
  • Gigchekach
  • Kangar
  • Gragar
  • Krawtrengar
  • Chagach
  • Treggekur
  • Greur

Female Names

  • Gregagi
  • Chonga
  • Trega
  • Dregagi
  • Chewagi
  • Brewagi
  • Goagi
  • Chegagi
  • Granga
  • Brenga

Family Names

  • Chiwgrow
  • Drowgrow
  • Gregtrek
  • Chaktring
  • Dridrag
  • Kriwkeng
  • Bringtring
  • Chetring
  • Grekeng
  • Kogchoktrek

Buildings

Buildings have walls made of wattle and daub with large decorative arches, and roofs are slanted and made of wooden shingles. Doors are made of heavy wood and broad. Windows are small with thin-paned glass. For decoration, people often plant large trees around their homes.

Music

This style of music has a single rhythm with a fast beat. It is quiet, with simple harmony. It has a complex melody with a low pitch in a major key. Usually, it has a rough timbre.

Clothing

As the Kighi hail originally from a wetlands region, their clothing style is appropriate for that kind of place. They often wear the following:

Male Clothing

Female Clothing

Common colors include bright red, pastel purple, and subdued purple. Decoration tends towards stripes.

For jewelry, some of the following are common:

Food and Drink

Common main dishes for the Kighi include:

Common desserts include:

The most common alcoholic beverages are:

As far as eating customs go, they have the following:

Religion

The Kighi have a polytheistic outlook. They gather in churchs.

Deities

The deities of the Kighi are as follows:

Tranga

Tranga is the goddess of fertility, horses, and evil. She is horned. She is vicious and ebullient. Her holy item is a staff, and her holy symbol is a vagina.

Changagi

Changagi is the goddess of autumn, luck, and war. She is always playing with cards. She is callous and vicious. Her holy item is a dice, and her holy symbol is a face split into a grinning side and a frowning side.

Drewur

Drewur is the god of fire and balance. He is wreathed in flames. He is firey and greedy. His holy item is a ring, and his holy symbol is a circle divided in half.

Driwa

Driwa is the goddess of foxes and harvests. She is plain. She is vicious and tricksy. Her holy item is a staff, and her holy symbol is a sickle. Driwa is a confidant of Gaga and is the mother of Broka.

Broka

Broka is the goddess of knowledge. She is rotund. She is boisterous and proud. Her holy item is a ring, and her holy symbol is an open eye. Broka is child of Driwa and is a lover of Krikag.

Krenga

Krenga is the goddess of dusk. She is twilight-eyed. She is short-tempered and creative. Her holy item is a ring, and her holy symbol is a sun setting on the horizon. Krenga is amused by Kroga.

Gregagi

Gregagi is the goddess of water. She is hairless. She is mercurial and humble. Her holy item is a staff, and her holy symbol is a wave. Gregagi is the mother of Brenga.

Chonga

Chonga is the goddess of demons, nobility, and hunting. She is wearing a crown. She is wise and sly. Her holy item is a three-legged bowl, and her holy symbol is a crown. Chonga cherishes Dringagi.

Dringagi

Dringagi is the goddess of spring, language, and hope. She is large-mouthed. She is patient and fae. Her holy item is a ring, and her holy symbol is a flower. Dringagi cherishes Chonga.

Krakdrear

Krakdrear is the god of love. He is gorgeous. He is callous and joyful. His holy item is a ring, and his holy symbol is a heart. Krakdrear is the rival of Gaga.

Krakagi

Krakagi is the goddess of death and animals. She is dirty. She is brutish and short-tempered. Her holy item is a sickle, and her holy symbol is a skull. Krakagi wars against Brokag.

Brokag

Brokag is the god of music. He is harpstrings for hair. He is boisterous and passionate. His holy item is an orb, and his holy symbol is an encircled heart. Brokag wars against Krakagi.

Keka

Keka is the goddess of art. She is rainbow-hued. She is creative. Her holy item is a quill pen, and her holy symbol is a paint palette. Keka is child of Geagi.

Geagi

Geagi is the goddess of revenge. She is stout. She is vicious and lecherous. Her holy item is a ring, and her holy symbol is an evil eye. Geagi is the mother of Keka and is the enemy of Changgrewar.

Bregag

Bregag is the god of summer and oceans. He is one-armed. He is commanding. His holy item is a wreath, and his holy symbol is a fire. Bregag is the rival of Brenga.

Brenga

Brenga is the goddess of travel and light. She is white-haired. She is humble and serious. Her holy item is a staff, and her holy symbol is a beams of light coming from the sky. Brenga is child of Gregagi, is an ally of Gaga, and fights with Bregag.

Krikag

Krikag is the god of justice. He is blind. He is peaceful and even-tempered. His holy item is a staff, and his holy symbol is a scale. Krikag loves Broka, desires Kroga, and fights with Gaga.

Gaga

Gaga is the goddess of trade. She is round. She is measured and belligerent. Her holy item is a staff, and her holy symbol is a coin. Gaga is an ally of Driwa, fights with Krakdrear, is an ally of Brenga, and fights with Krikag.

Changgrewar

Changgrewar is the god of winter. He is muscular. He is sly and cold. His holy item is an orb, and his holy symbol is a snowflake. Changgrewar wars against Geagi and is the rival of Kroga.

Kroga

Kroga is the goddess of strength and thunder. She is elfin. She is bold and loud. Her holy item is an amulet, and her holy symbol is a fist. Kroga trusts Krenga, is a lover of Krikag, and is the rival of Changgrewar.