A Gwenyan people derived from the ancient Erserceans and thus of the Donavish branch of Gwenyan languages. The tribes of the transitional period between the Erserceans and the Moigthe are called the Proto-Moigthe. The Moigthe are a broad ethnic group of humans of Gwenyan descent and are the principal forebears of the Ambrulians, High Pytharnians, the Durandwórese, the Asbardians, the Myernians, the Goldenlings, and the Erechórebese, including the ancient Yophenths. The Medibgóëse, Gonfalese, and Kasthavians must count the ancient Moigthe as their ancestors as well.
Around the time of Salmakhamer, the Moigthe tribes were spread across southern coast of Pytharnia. Known major tribes were the Luabh-Corra, Agairha, Trebhirru, Glammoigtha, Hundorna, Nualta, Tantha, Cascara, Amenirra, Thiagona, Scaliartha, Rhevorna, Brunada, Umatha, and Smiaha.
Totemic gods such as of the deer, the boar, the horse, the bear, and the wolf were important to the Moigthe. Caves and Caverns were seen by the ancient Moigthe as places where one could leave the world of the living and enter the world of the dead. Less frequently, they are seen as portals to other worlds, in addition to the world of the dead.
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