The Tulukē people are a group of nomadic antelope pastoralists ranging across the tundra and taiga of northeastern Borea. The Tulukē speak a descendent of the Tulukēman language.

Following the domestication of the Longhaired Antelope on the Yon Islands, they adopted limited antelope husbandry by circa -300 EA. However, population expansion on the Yon Islands led to an extended period of raids, warfare, conquest, and colonization that dispossessed many from their settlements on the coasts of northeastern Borea. Refugees from this invasion retreated into the mountains and taiga circa -200 to -100 EA, and quickly developed a nomadic pastoral lifestyle. Living in small family groups, the Tulukē can cover thousands of miles in a single season as they lead their antelope herds to fresh forage every spring and summer.