The Suli are a nomadic people from the northwestern part of Ravka. They are mostly carnival performers and fortune-tellers, though some have been known to join the Second Army.


  • All you need is a full belly, an open road, and an easy heart.
  • The heart is an arrow. It demands aim to land true.


Suli fortune-tellers wear orange silk cloaks and wear red jackal masks. They tell fortunes by reading coffee dregs.

Known SuliEdit


  • The Suli, being a nomadic, stateless people, may have been influenced by Jewish or Romani cultures. The names and physical appearances of the Suli, however, appear to have a South Asian influence. In particular, Suli performance seems to draw inspiration from the Bhavai theater form practiced in Gujarat.[1]


  1. Nomads of India via Wikipedia