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However, not all of their advancements involve weapons — they also make some of the finest clockwork and spring-driven devices in Tyria.
Their development in technology eventually led to the printing press, which in turn propagated the widespread use of the New Krytan language. While the average charr is willing to embrace technology, many view the use of magic as a sign of weakness and will distrust magic-users as a whole.
Much of their land has been converted to ranches and fields for herding and growing of winter feed for the animals.
Cattle, sheep, warthogs , dolyaks and devourers are their primary sources of food. Due to their history many charr shun religion.
They do not accept any god's authority and quickly anger on topics of charr worship or manipulation by god-like beings.
Charr acknowledge other races' gods as beings of power but do not see them as something worthy of worship. In the case of the Human Gods , the charr view the deities as beings to fight and strive to kill.
At best, their reverence and respect is limited only to great heroes and their deeds in their history, such as Pyre Fierceshot and Kalla Scorchrazor.
Charr society is built around the military chain of command which every charr is brought up to respect. The true head of the chain of command is the Khan-Ur , considered the primus imperator.
He ranks above the imperators of all four High Legions and coordinates all the armies of the charr. There is currently no Khan-Ur because no charr holds the leadership artifact, the Claw of the Khan-Ur.
The charr nation is therefore currently led by a kratocratic oligarchy , built around the four High Legions. Each legion has a primus warband which the legion is named after and is led by an imperator, a descendant of the original Khan-Ur.
If an imperator can obtain the Claw and perform a great deed, that charr will become the next Khan-Ur. All of the four legions are fiercely independent from the others, maintaining their own lands and city-state strongholds.
Three of the primary legions — Ash , Blood , and Iron — are allied and work together to maintain their lands and push for military conquest of lands outside those already held by charr.
The fourth legion, Flame , is outcast and at civil war with the other legions. No legion allows the other three to rule over them, but the Iron legion is stated as taking a leading role within the lands of Ascalon.
In times of emergency, the High Legions are known to hold defense quorums in which the highest-ranking members of the area meet to plan out a solution to whatever the emergency is — be it repelling enemies, or managing refugee movements.
The charr military has a multitude of ranks. Directly beneath each legion's imperator are the tribunes ; there are rarely more than ten tribunes per legion Iron currently has six , and this office oversees an entire theater of war or large swath of controlled territory.
Centurions command a number of warbands a "company" and coordinate maneuvers on a broad scale under a tribune's authority; on occasion, a centurion is promoted to a temporary rank of Primus Centurion when an operation includes multiple centurions.
Legionnaires are leaders of individual warbands, who are assisted by lieutenants, their second-in-command. Under their command are the soldiers of each legion.
Officers cannot officially order soldiers of other legions, unless given permission by an officer of said other legions. The bottommost rank in the High Legions are the gladium, charr without a warband.
They are the lowest grunts, given little respect or responsibility — regardless of their previous titles or rank. A charr away from their warband on assignment or on duty is not viewed as a gladium.
There are also other ranks and titles within the structure of the High Legions that do not contribute to the direct chain of command. Charr first names often have names based on their culture e.
Along with this male names are also sharp sounding with the consonants e. Some charr use Roman or Greek inspired names as well. Charr surnames consist of two words put together, one of which either suffix or prefix denoting the warband of the individual e.
Charr individuals generally get to pick variations of their surnames within the forming of their first warband which express their personality, ideals or history, though some limitations may apply.
The second word often refers to occupation chosen by the charr such as Primus Gravepelt choosing "pelt" due to being a good trapper or Radarr Boommaker whose job is to create fireworks.
Members of the same warband can also have their warband name in different order than other members of their warband, though this is rare — some examples include Lightbringer Swordshatter and Legionnaire Bloodsword of the Sword warband, and Vitus Silverpick of the Pick warband where all other warband members have Pick as the prefix of their surnames.
The charr were one of the modern races to spread out from their original homeland. Beginning somewhere east of the Blazeridge Mountains , the charr began as a disorganized group of warbands fighting among each other for dominance of territory.
Eventually, one charr stood above the rest and claimed the title of Khan-Ur , uniting the race in the charr's first, and so far only, true golden age.
Though still primitive, the charr spread into other territories, moving into the now-called Blood Legion Homelands and Ascalon , taking land from dwarf , grawl , and many other races.
They would have spread further, but the Forgotten stood against them. This conflict did not last long, as the Forgotten were pulled back to the Crystal Sea for another duty.
Still, though, the charr found a new barricade to their expansion: humanity. The united charr stood a chance against the humans; however, when the Khan-Ur was assassinated without leaving any clear heir, the race fractured into the four High Legions , each led by a cub of the Khan-Ur.
Several charr have since held the title of Khan-Ur; however, none have been able to unify the charr for longer than a few weeks, each being overthrown or dying in battle shortly after pressing their claim.
In this time of strife, though even just one legion could suffice, the charr held back on expanding westward through the Far Shiverpeaks , resulting in skirmishes with the norn that grew to mutual respect of strength, and a strange pseudo-alliance that remains to this day.
In time, the charr began to blame the power of the Old Gods for the humans' victories. This led the charr to seek gods to call their own, and when the Flame Legion Burnt warband encountered the titans at the volcano Hrangmer , they had found them.
The Shamans of the Flame Legion decided that they would accept the magic of the titans, and when the Flame Legion returned, so, too, did the Shamans of the other Legions.
The Shamans, in particular those of the Flame Legion, became a ruling caste, and before long the charr were unified once more under their banners. One charr, however, spoke out against the titans - Bathea Havocbringer.
She led an underground rebellion against the Shamans, but failed and became a sacrifice to the new gods.
Her actions also led to the removal of female charr from the battlefield, and being consigned to domestic duties. Once more united, the charr finally resumed the war against the humans in AE , in a war known to humans as the Charr Invasion.
They struck without warning and with a devastating new power, granted to them by the titans. Ascalon was crushed, but the newly-formed White Mantle were able to prevent the charr from taking Kryta, and the Cataclysm brought the war in Orr to an end for humans and charr alike.
In AE , the titans were unleashed across Tyria due to the actions of Vizier Khilbron as part of the Flameseeker Prophecies , but were stopped and ultimately slain in front of the charr's own eyes by human heroes, King Adelbern among them.
The proof that the titans were, in fact, mortal rocked charr society and caused chaos at the top of their hierarchy. Individuals and even entire warbands began breaking away from orthodoxy, and the religious establishment struggled to keep both the heretics and the humans at bay.
When the Destroyers began flooding Tyria in AE , the desperate Hierophant Burntsoul attempted to put them forward as the charr's new gods, but was stopped by Pyre Fierceshot.
Despite the turmoil within the charr's own ranks, and the human Ebon Vanguard striking at them from within their own homelands, they were still able to conquer almost all of Ascalon within two decades.
Without the Great Northern Wall for protection, only Ascalon City and the new stronghold of Ebonhawke far to the south remained under human control.