The Balang are a wild people with the the head and legs of a horse set upon a sturdy human body. Their squat legs and disproportionately long arms give them an awkward appearance, but they move with a wonderful grace that makes them a terrible menace to any who would feel their wrath. Though they revere the elders of their society as wise leaders and their ancestors are spiritual guardians, history has little meaning to the Balang. The importance lies within the what and why of a story, not the when. As such, their tales and legends, and ultimately their society as a whole, is built round the traits they value. Loyalty, to the family and to nature. Integrity, a responsibility to uphold good and virtue. Adaptability, changing to thrive in whatever circumstances present themselves.