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in Learning

rust bogs, technology

in Sharing


Recipe Taught

Bone Babka (-50 reputation)

Old?Whether this faction existed during the
sultanate, which determines if they:
  • can be obliterated
  • can be fabricated
  • can be Cherubim
  • no

    ID?Use this ID to Wish for faction reputation
    Example: factionrep:Mopango:100


    The faction affiliated with the mopango, which can mostly be found in the Tomb of the Eaters and their settlement within it.

    Creatures in the mopango Faction

    Items that affect Mopango Reputation

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    The mopango are a subterranean species found almost exclusively within the Tomb of the Eaters, where they are described as "watchers of the tomb"[1]. Zothom the Penitent says the following of the mopango:

    Mopango are plated, digging creatures whose armor scales glow a pale white. They are contemplative, sociable, and mostly peaceful. They commune with ancient objects, which is why a coterie of their kind lives in the Tomb of the Eaters.

    Agyra describes mopango society in great depth through eir dialogue. Ey states that the mopango are largely anarchic, and do not recognize hierarchy:

    No one leadeth us. We mopango hold little regard for hierarchy, and our shared decisions are made through discussion, quiet consideration, and consensus.

    All mopango use ey/em pronouns[2][3]. On sex and gender, Agyra says:

    Sex is personal and mattereth not to a bare acquaintence. Gender is a societal relic in which we see no current utility.

    Most mopango have a credo, a short mantra intended to inspire reflection and thought. While mopango who have a credo are willing to share it with others, it is considered taboo to ask the meaning of one's credo.


    1. Vivira uses this term in eir dialogue; it is also suggested by the name of the quest The Buried Watchers.
    2. ObjectBlueprints/Creatures.xml
    3. This is also supported by Agyra's dialogue.