Ruins of the Old Empire
Isolated-yet-in-touch like the halflings, the tieflings are more so by inclination than by anything else. Their legends state that their salvation from the doomed world of Baelturath came at the cost of some infernal pact. The pact is long since completed (dark whispers are that half their number were consigned to Hell, the losers of a vast lottery for survival), but the tieflings are still tainted with infernal blood.
Most live in the interior of Sarakri, nomads dependent on oases in the cold, stony heart of that subcontinent. There are, however, many who live in the cities of the north coast. Like humans would be in the same circumstances, their reasons for doing so are varied: trade, exile, curiosity, clan war, and so on. From there, more than a few have moved on to the petty kingdoms of the north. Many of them live lives much like they would in the south, but another group of northern tieflings is the nangadi, the wagon-wanderers.