A constructed culture or conculture is a fictional culture, created as part of a constructed world and usually associated with constructed languages. Countless constructed cultures exist, spanning many genres of fiction, as most world-constructors, unlike Tolkien, find it much easier to create a culture than a language. Examples of constructed cultures include the Klingon, Drow, and Fremen cultures.
|This article about cultural anthropology is a stub. You can help Infogalactic by expanding it.|