Peaceful and calm, Nay Village has a high population of elderly citizens due to the youthful members of the community moving away in order to escape what could be seen as the boredom of such a close-knit community.
In 303, following the Kooluk attack on Iluya, a fearful Nay populace committed to a policy of neutrality regarding Kooluk's Southern Expansion and the resistance group struggling to liberate the islands occupied by the Empire. However, Nay was still prepared to shelter refugees from Iluya.
The position of the town, based on a rocky hill, means that the buildings are placed close together, forming narrow streets that can suddenly turn in right angled corners. The layout of Nay Village often proves disorientating to Nay-Kobolds because of this feature.