While the Asa are passionate about health and well-being, the Tenishi are passionate about…passion…and seduction.
Both the Korguya and the Eshkol embrace the pleasures in life, especially in the realm of food and drink. But the Korguya go beyond revelry; they wallow in debauchery.
The other day a friend of mine said that “Crossing the Demons’ Threshold” was a strange name for a food blog. And if I were writing a food blog, it would be. “Crossing the Demons’ Threshold” gives me an opportunity to share the back story of my fantasy fiction world, and you can’t have a demon’s threshold to cross without demons, which gets me to today’s topic: the Paytah, the fire demons of the Tamar tribe.
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Like the Sakhar, the Shiriki have no qualms about traveling beyond their own realm to interact with others, yet they do not share the Sakhar sense of… Read more “The Shiriki Demons”
Like the Napak, the Akanu demons are attracted to money and jewels and prefer to dwell underground. However, the comparison ends there. While the Napak take pride… Read more “The Akanu Demons”
While the Dayag consider themselves Lords of the Seas and Masters of the Rivers, the Munalu consider themselves Masters of the Fish. If you asked a Munalu… Read more “The Munalu Demons”
Like Yin has its Yang, each tribe in my fantasy world has a group of demons living in a parallel realm. Even the Uriah, the light of Awan, have their dark side, and it’s called the Beturi.