Dwelling in mud huts and stick wigwams, the lizardfolk make up the distance between the cities of the Fenian Triarchy. Lacking the numbers of the other races, lizardfolk define themselves by their worthiness in war and their mastery of the wilds.
Lizardfolk have fairly good relations with the humans of the Reedlands, and will often trade beaver pelts or crocodile hides for fish. They also trade for magical favors, as the human towns tend to boast more magicusers than the lizardfolk villages. Lizardfolk, by contrast, tend to distrust the fey of Siobhan and find them a little too magical. Too many lizardfolk have fallen prey to the fey’s practical jokes, and they do not like to feel mocked.
Of all the other races, though, lizardfolk have the most complex relationship with the boggards. Boggard and lizardfolk do not like each other, nor do they trade or do business with each other. Tribes of lizardfolk and clans of boggards have, from time to time, made war on each other, raiding each other’s villages for hostages. Recently, however, the boggards have sued for peace. Though they find this move intensely suspicious, the lizardfolk shamans have counseled a policy of non-aggression. For the moment, the two people are at truce.
Lizardfolk will sell their services as trackers and pathfinders across the marshlands, and have a good reputation for this service. City-dwellers will pay high prices for a lizardfolk guide when they need to journey out into the fens.