The RiverKin settled this sprawling region of cold wetlands building small clusters of family communities throughout. Some larger settlements were created to facilitate trade and keep other people from wandering the treacherous fens, bogs and marshes.
As the seasons pass this realm changes dramatically. During the cold season the ground can become deceptively solid. In the warm seasons the water flows freely and gathers in ponds and lakes often covered in great reed beds making visibility difficult over long distances. In the transitional seasons the region turns deep and shallow as rain and drought take their turns.
The RiverKin are well versed in the ebb and flow of their realm, especially their ancestral territories. They hunt, trap, farm, and harvest all manner of good throughout the seasons.