Songs of the Seven
The people of Giant’s Town are the largest in the world, it is said, but few have ever seen them, save for those who live their lives on the Blood Plains. They ride on saber-tooth tigers and train fearsome birds of unbelievable size to hunt for them.
The giants hold sacrifices, but the sacrifices are presented as choices for the gods beneath the lake. The gods usually like to make their choice via battle. The Giants drink from the lake, and believe that this is the god’s essence, and it keeps them alive. For this same reason, they refuse to bathe. They believe the gods control all water, but their presence is strongest in the lake near their huts.