Panthers and leopards, the Bagheera are known for being well-traveled among their kind, tending to curiosity and scholarship, hedonism and convenience. They're prone to a greater community-bonding than most other tribes, despite their tendency to wanderlust. In theory, they're the arbitors of catkind, and often show it in their bearing and calm, relaxed temperament. Fairness, honor, and wisdom are their stereotype, slow to rage-- but satisfied by nothing but total destruction when aroused to anger. Tribal range is from Africa to southeast Asia, and this is where most can be found, but they often range worldwide in their earlier years.