Here you can find all necessary information on the tribes of the indigenous people on the island. Each tribe comes with a culture, a set of pok?mon that are taken in as companions, and images of the pok?mon that they believe to be "Gods."
Chief: Leader of the tribe Must be applied for through PM
Chief's Partner: Wife or husband of the chief Must be applied for through PM
Seer: Female or male that has much spiritual insight and is often "in touch" with the Gods. Two or three per tribe. Must be applied for through PM
Hunter: Patrol around areas to find food for the tribe. Hunter refers to both hunting and gathering their food
Adult: The normal adult members of the tribe. They take care of the children and help out around the area. In addition to caring for the children, they work a lot in crafts depending on what tribe they are part of.
Child: Children of the tribe, cared for by the adults. There isn't an age range and it depends whether a person is old enough to take care of themselves, or if they are still taken care of.
The Prylea tribe is known for their peaceful ways and using the land around them. They are often found living in tree houses built by them with the help of their pok?mon companions and using the land around them to their advantage. Their tribes are found by rivers, in which their tree houses serve as both housing and bridges to get to the other side of the river without having to walk all the way around. They live alongside mostly grass and flying type pok?mon, and majorities of the Prylea are terrified of fire.
Known for their unique underground tunnels, the Dohael were originally a tribe of hiding. After being attacked by a hostile tribe after they nomadically made their way onto the other’s land, they fled from the attacks and ended up in a cave. The cave was what they then dug their way into and made their lives under the ground as a safety. Their culture is friendly and their companions mostly consist of ground and rock types, as well as many zubats and golbats, and a few water types from the underground spring that they get their water from.
A more hostile tribe of the indigenous people, the Chador tribe is known for living up in the mountains and near the volcano. They live alongside mostly fire and rock type pok?mon and find shelter in the sides of the mountains. When they come across other tribes, they aren’t the friendliest of people and tend to get into fights when crossing paths with unfamiliar people. They are more similar to trainers than they are to the more peaceful tribes in a way that they battle with pok?mon, though they battle with their companion pok?mon, not catching them like trainers do because they lack the technology.
The Utisene tribe hasn’t seen much light of any other being. The tribe itself is located deep in the desert, so they are difficult to get to, for the first part. They find themselves living in many ruins because of sandstorms and many of them live in large, sand-hidden buildings and use the area around them to their advantage. They have many architectural beauties and live alongside a majority of ground and ghost type pok?mon.
Bonding with the water and water pok?mon, the Itas tribe lives on small islands off the coast of the mainland. There is a plethora of water types that live around this area, as well as some pok?mon that live on the mainland and the smaller islands. They aren’t as peaceful as people may believe, but they won’t attack unless provoked by some type of force. There was a mix-up many years ago with another tribe which attacked them first, and the Itas ended up winning the fight.
The Zenar people are a mostly peaceful tribe, though they do not socialize well. Originally, the Zenar were stuck in one area, but after being attacked, they became a more nomadic tribe and began to move about the island wherever they were taken. More often than not, they tried their best to avoid other tribes and just lived off of the land and whatever came their way. They are quite an adaptive tribe and work well with new surroundings.