Here is the second drawing, with funeral traditions as its theme and the usual flavour text! checkitout
This district had been mostly abandoned for quite some time, due to some essential lifesupporting systems being shut off. When one of the many Artisan Groups that nomadically roam the city made their new home in Little Parthena, they repaired most of the air flow systems, as well as some of the smaller water and steam pipelines.
These Groups, sometimes clans and families, sometimes cliques of likeminded individuals, dedicate themselves to their traditional craft. Handed down from generation to generation, they hone their skills and bring some much needed technological know-how to the less well off in the city.
Usually, advanced prosthetics are prohibitevily expensive and those that need them most, the working people who bear the most risk of loosing a limb, will likely never have high quality availible to them.
Through bartering and trading with the Artisan Nomads though, surprising treasures can be found by the ones daring to associate with these people.
Corporations will put bountys on their heads if they feel their bottom-line threatened by their undercutting strategies. As such, they never stay long in the same place.
This lifestyle led to their unusual funeral traditions. These clans reverre their ancestor master artisans. When they die after a lifetime of striving for excellence in their chosen craft, they will be embalmed and carried with the clan.
They are still part of the family and will ceremoniously be sought for guidance and advice, as well as judgement on newly crafted pieces.
When the clan makes a new home for themselves, first order of business is setting up a shrine where the ancestors' bodies are placed. The surroundings are usually choosen by their atmosphere, preferrably dry and cold, so the bodies don't fall prey to rot. In display as well are some of the artifacts and masterpieces the dead Master has created during his life.
A stranger will rarely be able to attain one of these pieces, but not impossible. Some clans are more benevolent than others and believe in paying respect to the fruits of their labour by using, rather than showing them.
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