History[edit | edit source]
The village was originally founded by nomads hailing from the Mountains of the Lizard's Tongue as a religious retreat. Most of these nomads were devoted acolytes of Hajama the Courageous and Haku the "Master of the Desert Wind."
Inhabitants[edit | edit source]
Quabah's original founders were all strictly celibate males.
The culture of Quabah changed when Yezeed, a revisionist leader, adjusted their doctrines to allow marriage. Within a generation, women began flocking to Quabah, as word had spread that the men treated their wives with the same reverence they showed the gods.