The more advanced society uses technology similar to that of today but with a understanding of genetic engineering. The more advanced society uses mostly uses guns & grenades but roughly 1/3 of them are equipped with melee weapons. They have giant humanoids, most about 1.5x as large as a normal human & few the are about 3x as large as a normal human. They wear heavy leather suits. Their primary methods of transportation are helicopters & trucks. They don't have any armoured vehicles 3/5s of them bleed yellow rather than red.

The more advanced people only rarely show up. When they do show up its mostly to kidnap or kill certain people. They live on a continent that the less advanced society can't access. The few permanent bases they do have in areas the less advanced civilisations access are to extract resources that the less advanced societies don't have much use for, outside of copper.

The less advanced societies have a level of technology similar to that of 50bc Europe. Outside of some basic telegraphs. Their are a few large nations & many smaller nations for the less advanced societies. They can't do much to the more advanced society. Both societies consist of humans outside of the more advanced societies giants.

The advanced culture doesn't intervene beyond the above & avoids contact with the less advanced ones where ever possible. The less advanced cultures aren't able to get any of the more advanced societies things. How would the more advanced societies activities affect how the less advanced ones think? With the less advanced societies seeing things far beyond how advanced the are.

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    $\begingroup$ They would kidnap or kill certain people. Or so I have read. $\endgroup$
    – Willk
    Sep 6 '21 at 2:25
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    $\begingroup$ Sorry but this is almost a textbook "too broad" question. $\endgroup$
    – Ash
    Sep 6 '21 at 2:31
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    $\begingroup$ This is too broad. Answers could range from national interests outside their borders all the way down the a single child attending grammar school and how her science fair ant farm is affected. If you gave us complete details about the two civilizations (which you haven't by a very long way), the question would still be too broad. (BTW, 50 b.c. but they have telegraph, which was invented in the 1830s? You don't seem to realize how much tech development is necessary for the telegraph.) I frankly can't see this Q as salvageable. (*continued*) $\endgroup$ Sep 6 '21 at 3:01
  • $\begingroup$ At this point it's important to remind you of a statement from the help center, "When asking questions keep in mind that the goal of the site is to help you build your world, not to tell your story." You're not asking about the specific rules or systems of your world. You might be asking for help developing civilizations. But what you're actually doing is asking us to "write your story." Frankly, it would be easier (and more inline with the rules) to explain to us what affect you're looking for and ask us what the relationship would need to be to achieve it. $\endgroup$ Sep 6 '21 at 3:03
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    $\begingroup$ That's irrelevant. You've asked a Q that's outside the scope of the site. From the help center: Questions "must be specific and answerable... Must include context... [and] Must include restrictions/requirements...." IMO this question fails all three expectations. Rather than asking for a finite list of things, it's asking for an off-topic infinite list of things. High concept questions don't fit well here. $\endgroup$ Sep 6 '21 at 3:16

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