Leethran Society in the 26th Century

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Fervent conformists and supporters of sustainable development 

In L'nhraei society there is tolerance for people who conform to the societal norms. Some characteristics that define those societal norms include the belief that extended family structures, decision taken by the elected council of elders, and "green" consumerism - capitalism so long as it does not harm the balance of the environment are the best and only way to go.

Against those who perceived to foster societal imbalances

For the people who do not conform to these norms, they are ostracized for believing and following norms that the society views are against the natural balance of the environment. These ostracized people are then rejected from society - this has proven to be a huge social problem as recently more and more of these displaced minorities have been trying to band together to violently force change and greater tolerance in L'nhraei society.

L'nhraei architecture and city development

The L'nhraei have developed their cities underground, so that the planet itself remains as virgin-like as possible. They are an amazing testament of style as the underground cities are (to all purposes) duplicates of what's above ground. Because of the number of parklands and sanctuaries for thought and meditation, one could hardly tell the difference between an L'nhraei megalopolis and a Taurii village.

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