The Big ThreeEdit
Elk, Eagle, and Bear. Choose one, or rough it alone.
Dynamic and hardy, the Elk Clan is best known for the constant infighting and rivalry between its clansmen. The typical Elk Clan member is brave, consistent, and tough.
Efficient and well-organized, the Eagle Clan considers itself the noblest clan of the major clans, and the clanless as half_beasts barely worthy of having as slaves. The typical Eagle Clan member is thoughtful, arrogant and capable
Old and proud, the Bear Clan is best known for its resistance to any change and its adherence to even the most archaic costums. Members of the Bear Clan are typically strong, old-fashioned and keen to defend their Clan's honor.
Life can be dangerous outside the protection of the major clans. Those who do not have the protection of their clansmen are often solitary, suspicious of other and cautious, and known as wildlings.
Lynx Clan Edit
An old and almost destroyed clan with an extreme grudge against the Eagle Clan, the Lynx Clan now has its only known surviving member living in Limbwood, however the last of a lost clan perk seems to imply this was your clan.
During The quest "A Feud Not Forgotten" a member of the eagles reveals that the Brotherhood of the Battleaxe keep the banner of your ancestors' clan.
On the Quest,The Lynx Banner(only if you are Clanless),the main character decides to follow a member of the Eagle Clan and finds himself in front of old Eagle's chiefs which keep the banner of the forgotten clan.After the experience you can expose the recovered banner filling the space of the White clanless banner.
Also being a Lynx Clan member is the only way to pass through the Bridge of Truth in Thickwood without fighting being the only correct answer to the second question of the guard.Another extra quest in Thickwood,an eagle clan member reveals that the treasure of the land was gathered by the Lynx Clan and tries to kill the main character.