The Brelish hate to be confined by rules, and aside from the demands of the weather, they follow few standards in dress. They do have one rule, however – cloth dyed with sayda. This rich sky-blue dye is made from shellfish found only in the waters of the Dagger River near the Hilt. Sayda has become synonymous with Brelish national pride, making it more commonly known as “Brelish blue”. Natives of Breland travelling abroad make a point of always including at least a splash of Brelish blue in the clothes (unless travelling incognito).