The Ya’papo nomads roam the prairies of the broken lands. Some tribes lazily on horseback, others solely under the power of their own legs. Their distaff brethren, the Ya’kamo litter the steppes on ponies and the Ya’konow trek across the dry deserts on camels. All three sister cultures love the open air and are seldom seen indoors or within walls of permanent towns. Known as fair and frugal traders, their ancestral lands are fiercely defended when trespassed by any size of foreigner trespassers. Most intelligent people agree that this is the only way to get any two Ya tribes to cooperate. Their xenophobia is legendary.