"One of the main features of the minotaur camps that you are bound to notice, no matter where you go, is basketweaving; the males, the females, the children, everyone appears to spend at least a third of their lives just weaving the fibers in any spare time they have. If they are waiting for food to be cooked, they weave, if they are resting after a long day, they weave, if they are talking to each other: they weave. Long Cloud told us that the min purpose of these is to trade, and that not all the minotaur clans do this, but that the crops that grow on this side of the islands are very good for this activity, and they are able to craft with such craftsmanship that other clans are willing to barter and trade with those baskets, acquiring in this manner all the other resources that the longhorn clan tends to lack. Owl Paw, in her father's tent, prepares for her wedding day by - wouldn't you know it - weaving a basket. it is a tradition within this clan for the bride to weave her husband a basket, within this basket the marriage necklaces are laid, and represent the union of the family, the clan and the world.
Matheos Antipo, 9 Votveir 1337 of the Third Dawn.
in the picture, Owl Paw, weaving."
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