And, who would you rather play host to? An friendly and flirtatious tomcat or a gruff and taciturn bear?
On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 6:56 AM, Jeff Richard <richaje_at_7W8pDQBupr4gEWhtN0jWRvKmlyOkHgvTf2_Q-pPI3JPIRPq6k404xhrSXo-8FjV1VrVtjiRDXz8ElA.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> > The difficulty with that is a clan member hunting on a neighbouring
> > clan's tula. Unless there's some agreement to do so you're likely
> > to provoke a feud.
> > The assumption that clan tulas are always widely separated is
> > wrong. Particularly in areas of better farmland, such as river
> > valleys, adjacent clans will be a few miles apart. In some cases
> > I understand the tulas actually overlap.
> This is right. The clearly defined clan lands typically consist of
> the fields and settlements of the clan. Clans will claim pastures,
> meadows, woods and other such locations, but these claims are often
> contested or shared. Claim to pasture lands are normally much more
> strongly contested than woodlands and many feuds have been started by
> such competing claims.
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