"Southron" is a broad term used by Achaeans to refer to nearly all people who dwell in the regions of what they call the South. It encompasses the peoples of Kemhet, Deshret, and Parsanshar, each of whom have their own distinct cultures and pantheons of gods.
Most all Southron people have darker skin than their northern neighbors, with dark brown or black eyes and hair, but their appearances can still vary greatly. The people of Kemhet, for instance, have somewhat dark skin, very straight hair, and severe features. Those of Deshret have the same dark hair and somewhat dark skin, but they have broader features and curly hair. The men of Parsanshar are known for their brighter eyes and, sometimes, lighter skin tones.