There is an old Bakusu proverb, Man is like a palm on the beach; moving with the wind of life. And indeed, one must adapt to changing times. And sometimes we must fight. But when war comes, the drums of war are often the drums of hunger.

Don't worry! That is later, much later. For though the lion and the antelope happen to live in the same forest, the antelope still has time to grow up. 


  • Civilization: Zulus
  • Difficulty Level: Monarch 
  • Map Size: Standard
  • Land Form: Random
  • Land mass: Random
  • Rivals: 6 Random Rivals
  • Climate: Random
  • Temperature: Random
  • Age: Random
  • Barbarians: Random
  • No Re-spawning Civs

"The pillar of the world is hope."

Kanuri proverb
The river swells from the little streams.
Be on the alert, like the red ant.
Do they prepare leather the day they fight?
We add wisdom to knowledge.
War has no eyes.
A sandstorm passes; the stars remain.
The day never turns back again.
The teeth of a man serve as a fence.
The fire burns the fire maker.
That which is good is never finished.


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