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<span lang="EN" style="mso-ansi-language: EN;">The Zumai are excellent hunters, as their entire culture revolves around it. From bloodsports focused on the animal spirit, to worship ceremonies where the weakest are sacrificed, the predator prey relationship is the center of their culture. Those that are not predator, are prey. But even the mightiest Preda[[File:Keep_of_the_dead_by_noahbradley-d49qub5.jpg|thumb|A place of dread.]]tor of the forest can fall prey, and the Zumai are constantly on their guard from the stronger and more deadly spirits of the jungle. They respect the hunter inside of everything, and the highest honor one can achieve is to have one’s soul consumed for the power of a greater hunter.
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<span lang="EN" style="mso-ansi-language: EN;">The Zumai are excellent hunters, as their entire culture revolves around it. From bloodsports focused on the animal spirit, to worship ceremonies where the weakest are sacrificed, the predator prey relationship is the center of their culture. Those that are not predator, are prey. But even the mightiest Predator of the forest can fall prey, and the Zumai are constantly on their guard from the stronger and more deadly spirits of the jungle. They respect the hunter inside of everything, and the highest honor one can achieve is to have one’s soul consumed for the power of a greater hunter.
 
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