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|Group type:||Loosely connected villages and settlements|
|Goals:||Survival and autonomy|
The term Cockroaches is generally used to describe denizens of Switzerland in the decades and centuries after the Great War. Only loosely connected through trade and shaky political alliances, the various villages, settlements, and city-states that occupy Switzerland have remained isolated from most of the rest of the world, only concerned with their own local politics. Tales of the area have slowly traveled across Europe, causing rumors and tall-tales to abound, giving the Swiss Cockroaches an almost mythological status to many outsiders.
There is no one culture among the Swiss; over the years, the various factions and states have developed their own ideals and identities. However, one common trait the majority of them share (with a few exceptions) is their general disinterest in the state of the rest of the world. The majority of Swiss are only concerned with surviving and thriving on their own, and helping to build their state or settlement.
- St. Gallen