OK, so initially, this was just a stopgap until I would have been able to host my forum battle, but I guess now this thing has taken a life of its own.
So continuing with the saga, a few Unguu warriors begin raiding the battlefield for parts and scientific knowledge.
Their scavenging yields success, and they uncover a few guns, some snazzy military uniforms, three rocket-propelled grenades, and a functioning generator (unfortunately, the Unguu have no means to power it with).
Two warriors dress themselves in the military uniforms and upgrade their weapons.
Meanwhile, the other warrior declares himself the governor of the Neu Territories. He claims the chariot for himself.
The rest of the new inventory is dumped off to the shamaness, who crafts a launcher for the RPG’s. She then continues to fiddle with the generator, to no avail.
On a related note, the OTC demands a longer staff, so the chief complies. Apparently, even sentient OTC’s have a Freudian complex.
But suddenly, disaster strikes the Unguu village as a hurricane rips through the area, sending debris flying everywhere and defiling the altar.
This is when the shamaness is divinely inspired by the OTC, and quickly constructs a windmill and hooks it up with the generator.
It begins to sparkle and hum, and the shamaness assumes this means it works.
The village commences reconstruction. Luckily, nobody was hurt by the tornado.
During all this ruckus, the two villagers born in the last installment finish their childhood and grow up to be fine young warriors ready to serve the tribe.
The speartons, meanwhile, get to work and construct a new war machine powered by the wind-powered generator. This new “horseless carriage” seats a pilot and a gunner, and is armed with two large cannons and smaller anti-infantry gun.
The speartons test their new invention and drive it around the Neu Territories for a little while.
A lesser tribesman begins chatting up the villge whore again...
I think everybody get’s it by this point, the population has increased and all that blag.
Finally, my camera failed at getting a good angle for this one, but the warrior-king appoints his favorite musketeer as his new dragon-rider.
The king then attends more important issues, and together with the shamaness is determined to find out what happened to the warrior in the canoe.
He assembles the entire Unguu military, and sets out on an epic campaign to avenge the warrior’s death, no matter the cost.
After weeks of hiking and trekking, the king stumbles upon an encampment. The OTC tells the king it is an expeditionary force of Greentoppol Rangers, accompanied by a rich real-estate executive seeking to develop Unguu into a casino strip. The OTC then informs the king that it was the Greentoppol that were responsible for the the murder of the warrior on the canoe.
Enraged, the Unguu king hollers the signal for attack, Spartan style, and leads a charge on the Greentoppol. They massacre nearly the entire force of Greentoppol almost immediately. The war machines and the rocket propelled grenades prove their effectiveness beyond the shadow of a doubt.
After the battle, the warrior king rounds up the remaining rangers and interrogates them about their origins. The Greentoppol merely beg for mercy.MERCY? THEN MERCY YOU SHALL HAVE.
The Unguu take the medik prisoner as a curiosity to behold.
Also, forgot to take a pic, but the Unguu raided the Greentoppol real-estate exec’s suitcase for tea leaves.*The Unguu have evolved from BronzeAge to NapoleonAge*
(They’re at the cusp of ModernAge now)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.