Culture, History and Legend
Culture and Customs in Kasa
Kasa is a city rich in culture and one of its main areas of trade is in far sea exports.
Until recently, the Kasa Arch Council advised the population, with an Arch Sefra heading the Council. Now, however, the New Foundry Council has taken that place, due to the current situation in Kasa which leaves the city barred to visitors.
Kasa enjoys a high reputation when it comes to many of its local wares. Kasa silk is an exquisite fabric famous across Braided Shore, for example. Due to the city’s focus on textile manufacturing, raw silk and wool are the most imported goods in Kasa. Far from everyone wears the famous Kasa silk of course – common folk generally wear simple woollen clothes in their everyday lives.
Small details in attire, such as hairpins, mark one as a member of the merchant or crafter classes in Kasa. Such details are easily spotted by members of either class, but will seem insignificant to anyone out of the loop.