Ruins of Old
Most hadozee are raised communally on top of the ruins of old; parents think nothing of leaving children with adults who share the same ruin for weeks or even months at a time. Hadozee tend to congregate into shared living quarters, helping eachother maintain large dwellings so that visiting hadozee immediately have a place to stay. Hadozee are very communally minded when it comes to these dwellings. A hadozee who visits a ruin to discover a communal dwelling in need of repairs or under threat makes sure she leaves the place in a much better condition, often expending all her available resources to ensure its survival. Many hadozee remember these communal homes from their childhoods as happy places constantly playing host to new hadozee with interesting stories. Unhappy is the hadozee who visits a strange ruin and discovers there are no other hadozee there. When faced with such a disappointment, most hadozee prefer to forgo their business there and move on.