“Sagu is the world. The world is Sagu”
This is the philosophy the native Yakoo people hold of the great island on which they live. Seemingly alone in the vast ocean, the Yakoo name for the world and the isle were one and the same. In time they learned they were not the only people. One day ships from a far off land brought the Shin to their shores. These newcomers were much like themselves in appearance and manner. As the Yahoo are not expansionistic, there were large sections of the isle for the more collaborative newcomers to occupy. In time the size of Shin held lands surpassed those of the native Yakoo but the two races found this new balance in harmony with each other. The Yakoo have no interest in forming large clans and building cities, preferred instead the smaller communities they have maintained for countless generations. The Shin, on the other hand, enjoy the complex relationships that arise from their multi-family clans and large urban capitols.