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[Design] Undgu

Discussion in 'Civ4 - Dragonia II Mod' started by Darque, Feb 19, 2008.

  1. Darque

    Darque Chaotic Lord of Dragonia

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    This thread will discuss the Ungdu civilization

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    Loosely speaking, Ungdu is the term for any member of the Five (later, Six) Nations composed of several Barbarian tribes speaking a language of the Ungdu family. At its greatest extent, the Five Nations occupied a vast territory around Lakes Uekoro, Kwinanga and Ugri. Cemented mainly by their desire to stand together against invasion, the five tribes united in a common council composed of clan and village chiefs; each tribe had one vote, and unanimity was the rule. In this form, the Ungdu used a combination of military prowess and skilled diplomacy to conquer an empire. Until their internal unity finally failed them, the Ungdu dealt with even the Dragonian powers as equals.
     
  2. rocklikeafool

    rocklikeafool Warmaster

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    The Ungdu seem to be based off of the Five Nations, the Native American civilization, ya know. It would make sense since they are tribal to have Hextorianism as the religion they favor. Um...Idk. More thoughts later.
     
  3. Darque

    Darque Chaotic Lord of Dragonia

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    I think my overall plan for the Undgu is to have them be a mix of the North American natives and the Turkish Tribes of Siberia.
     
  4. rocklikeafool

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    Hmm...yeah. That makes sense.
     

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