ALL SUGGESTIONS FROM KELDOCLOCK’S POST ON WILL BE IN THE NEXT INSTALLMENT, THEY DIDN’T MAKE IT IN TIME FOR THIS ONE
Behold, the power of metallurgy!
They quickly upgrade the wooden cannon into a cow-drawn metal one.
However, the Unguu quickly realize how draining smithying is, and so they backstab the orks and instead enslave them for cheap labor.
The ork chieftain retains his freedom and is allowed to work as the chief blacksmith of the village.
The others though are not as lucky and instead are forced down the Kaverns of Evuul to mine for ABS and metals with their shoddy pickaxes.
The chieftain quickly produces results and shows the clan the fruits of metalworking labor.
The warriors quickly don their new armor and helmets. It would prove to be a life-saver later.
The king, desiring even more powah, decides to seek out the mythical dragon of Uggu-an lore and try to ally with it.
As the king leaves, the huntress from the last update walks out of the lodge with her two now fully-grown children, ready for battle.
Despite the OTC not being in the camp, the shamaness still receives visions and in a stupor, orders the construction of a statue with a flaming skull to honor some far-off god-figure.
Finally, she senses the OTC’s need for blood and sacrifices an ork to it.
Now, the Unguu village has become very crowded as of late, so the warriors thought it for the best if it were to settle some other lands as well and take off some of the strain from the main settlement.
They band together and bring their cannon, finding an abandoned settlement of some other race. Though they do not know what they are, they find the dead bodies of peach mercenaries and archeologists as well as a few of their vehicles.
That was when the Unguu heard a thundering roar and saw the tribe of Speartons crawling out of every corner.
The Unguu disbelieved their eyes, thinking of Speartons as mere characters in stories used to scare children. But they stood brave and steadfast, ready to fight to the death.
The Unguu begin to have remarkable success against the Speartons, slaughtering them in large numbers.
But the Speartons strike back, killing a few tribesmen in revenge.
In this Unguu time of need, who would help them?
Why, their warrior-king has returned upon a giant-liza...I mean dragon steed! It appears he found and negotiated with it after all.
The dragon quickly turns the tide of the battle, burninating most of the Speartons. The warlord eviscerates the Spearton king Leonidas with his OTC.
At the end of the battle, the Unguu peoples round up the remaining Speartons, one soldier, an archer, and a chariot driver. They are taken prisoner until their fate is determined at a later time.
As a side note, all the warriors now have awesome golden Spearton helmets.
The chieftain approaches the village huntress, and asks to perform “a little experiment”.
He hopes that the children, conceived in the presence of the OTC, will retain a little bit of its essence such as bloodlust and warrior-skizzles.
Meanwhile the shamaness performs her own experiment, using dark magik to mate an ork and a human.
The result is a Uruk-H...I mean generic half human/ork hybrid.
Finally, a few mysterious strangers arrive at the village. While the Unguu do not understand their language, they repeatedly hear the words special delivery, survivors, and crashland. Moreover, the chieftain’s OTC gravitates towards the bottle of liquid the man in grey is carrying.TL;DR
: Everyone can suggest actions that the Unguu can take to advance themselves, the goal is to see how high of a tek level they can attain before being wiped out. People can also suggest events than can happen to the Unguu (although I’ll mainly be responsible for that). So kind of like Zahru’s Ork Tower thread. I’ll collect and act on suggestions whenever I have time.