Hmm. Townsfolk, city folk, civilized or settled all rule out nomadic folk.
Folk may still be the best word.
How about Sane? or Respectable?
Edit: For example "A Respectable Barbarian works for the good of the tribe. He doesn't go slacking off with Wizards and their ilk."
I don't know about "shrill" in fact I don't think I've ever used that word before. But if there is panic you can always remind folks:
I guess I just don't see that.
On this we agree.
I actually feel the same way, but for that exact reason I like that it was written. I like that we are talking about it so I can say things like:
The default being No unless everyone buys in won't work for me because I can't anticipate all things triggering, but a short list of things most...
In case you didn't realize, no one from the federal or state government has come and tried to stop your exercise in speech, nor would they be able to based upon the book that is the topic of the thread.
I work in an industry were consent is important, but few would realize it as it's always phrased as "buy in."
If we don't buy in on said system/process/technology/solution it is bound to fail regardless of how good it is is a pretty well accepted truth in my day to day world.
So I've always...
Dunedain do get some advantages over other human cultures, but with regard to Cultural Heirlooms and even cultural Virtues I think they fall behind. They have a slight advantage in the beginning, but not enough to tip game balance IMHO.
There are much worse problems with balance however (I'm...