Actually, some of those names in the eureka pedia are more generalized. But I scrolled through that long research document in the population article to get a more accurate and complete list. It's on page 239 of this document: http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/file/show/Romanias-Roma-Research.pdf Leader: Stefan Razvan Capital: Razvan/Iasi (Razvanii?) City/Clan List (sorted by population size): Vătraşii Căldărarii Rudarii Spoitorii Mătăsarii Ursarii Cărămidarii Gaborii Florarii Lăutarii Ciubotarii Argintarii Pieptăanarii Corturarii - noted as being nomads so maybe we should exclude them Lăieşii Cocalarii Tismănarii Fulgarii Zlătarii Cositorarii Răcarii Bidinerii Geambaşii Ciurarii And, additional clan names which exist but did not make the poll (sorted roughly by prominence in a Google search): Lingurarii Salahorii Kovachii Sfirnarii Sitarii Potcovarii Kirpachii Mestere-Lacatuchii In Romanian, the second "i" indicates plural, so the name of a house is "Gabori," while people of/from the house are "Gaborii." This was taken from a poll of 1804 Romanian Romani. Of these, 428 did not identify with a specific clan but as generalized ethnicities. But I think it's probably the most accurate and focused list of tribes assembled from any region so I'm all for using it as a city list. As I also mentioned, Romania has the highest population of Romani and is basically their European region of origin/point of divergence, so I'm even more convinced that we should focus representation to Romania. Also, I made a thing for you Greywulf!