I've been thinking about Yautja lately, and I started thinking about how advanced they are, and how so much of their stuff we see has the artisans touch. And I was thinking about how they've got their own honor system, and how that might play into their society.
Not everyone can go on the hunt all the time, but they live so long that it's not going to kill them to miss out on a hunt and stay home for a year.
It also occurred to me that they must have some sort of labor force. Slaves? Commoners? Both? I mean, who makes all their weapons? Armor? Clothing? I doubt every single Yautja has the skills to forge their own equipment, though I could see them leathering hides for themself.
We know they operate in Clans and Tribes, but also maintain cities to some extent(a small amount if I recall correctly). The smaller groups would probably be self sufficient, hunt their own food, make their own equipment, ect.
But what about the cities? Do they have shops? Administrative groupings? Craftsmen? Would they be looked down upon by the mighty Hunters of the society for not participating the near religious sporting? Or would they be celebrated, or at least mildly respected for "holding down the fort" so to speak while the Hunters hunt?
I kind of like the idea, that while Hunters are the dominate caste of their Society, there are still honest working folks keeping the gears oiled so to speak.