Herders live by tending animals, whether on foot or mounted.
Herders may or may not own the animals they tend; most
of a community’s horses, cattle, sheep, and Praxian beasts
(bison, high llama, impalas, and sable antelope) are marked
and gathered into a single herd that is managed full-
time by a herder.
For Praxian nomads, herders guard the wealth and sus-
tenance of the clan, herding the tribe’s beasts, as well as any
taken in raids from others.