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   ARAWAK    
 
   - Leader: Cacique Orocobix
   - Traits: Agricultural, Cultural and Religious
   - Economy: Fishing and Farming
   - Government: Chiefdom
   - Aggresion Level: Low          
   - Unique Unit: Eagle Klan
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Arawak territory was located in northern South America and Caribbean Islands, mainly in present Venezuela. They were a peaceful people and they were conquered by the aggressive Carib centuries before the arriving of the Europeans. Cacique is the title of the leader of many southern Native American branchs and Orocobix was an important leader in the early XVI century.

 

 

                  
  CARIB  
 
   - Leader: Cacique Jaureybo
   - Traits: Commercial, Expansionist and Militaristic
   - Economy: Trading and Fishing
   - Government: Empire
   - Aggresion Level: Very high        
   - Unique Unit: Kalipuna
   - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Carib were an aggressive group which inhabited almost the same territory of the Arawak. They have conquered the Arawak and late fought hard against the Europeans invaders. Cacique Jaureybo was a famous Carib leader who leaded the forces of his tribe.

 

 

                  
  CHIBCHA  
 
   - Leader: Zipa Techovita
   - Traits: Agricultural, Militaristic and Scientific
   - Economy: Gathering and Hunting
   - Government: Confederation
   - Aggresion Level: Low
   - Unique Unit: Tairona
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Chibcha are known as the group that built the legendary El Dorado hidden city. They used to live mainly in present Colombia, in northern South America. The legend of El Dorado was created, because the tribes of this group used to offer golden objects to their gods throwing them in a sacred lake in religious cults. Zipa is the title of the leader of this group and Techovita was a chief who has expanded his tribe territory.

 

 

                 
   HAIDA   
 
   - Leader: Chief Kaiti
   - Traits: Cultural, Religious and Scientific
   - Economy: Fishing and Minning.
   - Government: Chiefdom
   - Aggresion Level: High
   - Unique Unit: Haida Canoe
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Haida are known as the Native American group which have built the famous pole totems. Crows and Ravens were the sacred animals of these people. Their territory was in the west coast of today Canada and Alaska. Chief Kaiti is a fictional leader inspired at the Haida mythology.

 

 

               
   INUIT    
 
   - Leader: Chief Nanook
   - Traits: Commercial, Cultural and Expansionist
   - Economy: Trading and Fishing
   - Government: Chiefdom
   - Aggresion Level: Very low
   - Unique Unit: Dog Sled
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Inuit represent the tribes that used to live in cold areas of northern Canada and Alaska. These tribes were also known as Eskimos. Chief Nanook is a fictional leader inspired at the Inuit mythology.

 

 

              
   MAPUCHE    
 
   - Leader: Toki Lautaro
   - Traits: Agricultural, Expansionist and Religious
   - Economy: Gathering and Farming
   - Government: Confederation
   - Aggresion Level: Low
   - Unique Unit: Pikunmapu
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Mapuche area was located in present Argentina and Chile and it was organized in four territories. The Mapuche have defeat the Inca Empire and late the Spanish forces. They were conquered only in Modern Era by the Argentina's and Chile’s alliance. Toki is the title of the military leader and Lautaro was a famous leader who leaded The Mapuche in Modern Era.

 

 

                  
   MAYANS    
 
   - Leader: Emperor Pakal II
   - Traits: Industrious, Religious and Scientific
   - Economy: Minning and Slavering
   - Government: Monarchy
   - Aggresion Level: High
   - Unique Unit: Javelin Thrower
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Mayan Empire was one of the main empires of the Pre-Colombian America. They became famous for have built their pyramids, stone constructions, and for their advanced science. Emperor Pakal II was a famous leader who expanded the Mayan Empire in Mesoamerica.

 

 

              
   MISSISSIPIANS   
 
   - Leader: Outacite Kana'ti
   - Traits: Commercial, Militaristic and Scientific
   - Economy: Trading and Gathering
   - Government: Confederation
   - Aggresion Level: Moderate
   - Unique Unit: Brave
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Mississippians were one of the most advanced people in Ancient Time of present USA. Many tribes, such as The Cherokee, descend of this group. They became famous for have built the giant Temple Mounds. Outacite is the title of the Cherokee leader and Kana’ti is a fictional leader inspired at the mythology of this same tribe.

 

 

                 
   OLMEC   
 
   - Leader: Shamam Homshuk
   - Traits: Agricultural, Militaristic and Religious
   - Economy: Farming and Minning
   - Government: Empire
   - Aggresion Level: Very high
   - Unique Unit: Eagle Warrior
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Olmec were the first people that stabilized a kingdom in present Mexico. They were the root of other famous tribes that late built powerful empires, such as the Toltec and the Aztecs. Shamam Homshuk is a fictional leader inspired at the Toltec mythology.

 

 

                  
   PANOAN  
 
   - Leader: Cacique Buna
   - Traits: Cultural, Militaristic and Religious
   - Economy: Domesticating and Gathering
   - Government: Chiefdom
   - Aggresion Level: Low
   - Unique Unit: Zarabatana
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Panoan group represents many tribes in nowadays Brazil, Peru, and Bolivia, central area of South America. Their warriors were famous due the zarabatana weapon use, a tube which throws poison darts. Cacique Buna is a fictional leader and he is inspired at the local mythology.

 

 

                  
   QUECHUA  
 
   - Leader: Sapa Inca Inti
   - Traits: Agricultural, Expansionist and Scientific
   - Economy: Domesticating and Minning
   - Government: Republic
   - Aggresion Level: High
   - Unique Unit: Llama Rider
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Quechua represent the tribes of Andes, such as the famous Inca, the Moche, the Chico, the Chavin, and the Tiwanaku. They inhabited almost all the west coast of South America, mainly in modern Peru. The most famous city of this group is Machu Pichu of the Inca Empire. Sapa Inca is the title of the Inca ruler and Inti is a fictional leader inspired at the mythology of this same people

 

 

               
   SHAWNEE  
 
   - Leader: Chief Tecumseh
   - Traits: Agricultural, Commercial and Scientific
   - Economy: Hunting and Farming
   - Government: Chiefdom
   - Aggresion Level: Moderate
   - Unique Unit: Native Warrior
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Shawnee tribe isn't related to the Mississippian culture. It was located in the east coast of modern USA. Chief Tecumseh was a real leader, but he didn't live in Ancient Time.

 

 

                  
   SIOUX  
 
   - Leader: Chief Tatanka Witko
   - Traits: Commercial, Cultural and Militaristic
   - Economy: Trading and Domesticating
   - Government: Chiefdom
   - Aggresion Level: High
   - Unique Unit: Sharpshooter
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Sioux tribe leaders became famous for have fought against the American forces. Their territory was in central USA and Canada. Chief Tatanka Witko is a fictional leader who mixes parts of the famous chiefs names Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse in the Lakota language

 

 

                  
   TUKANO
 
   - Leader: Pajé Akuto
   - Traits: Agricultural, Cultural and Militaristic
   - Economy: Farming and Gathering
   - Government: Chiefdom
   - Aggresion Level: Low
   - Unique Unit: Tabusuguara
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Tukano represent many tribes of the Amazon forest of Brazil and Colombia. Pajé is the title of the religious leader and Akuto is a fictional name inspired in local mythology.

 

 

                  
   TUPI
 
   - Leader: Aiyra Paraguaçu
   - Traits: Cultural, Expansionist and Militaristic
   - Economy: Fishing and Hunting
   - Government: Confederation
   - Aggresion Level: High
   - Unique Unit: Tamoio
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Tupi tribes ruled the Brazilian coast, parts of the Amazon forest and the Paraguay Basin, in central South America. The Tupi were aggressive, the tribes used to fight against each other and they have conquered the territory of other non Tupi tribes. Aiyra means “daughter” in the Tupi language and Paraguaçu was a real Tupi leader (daughter of the Cacique of her tribe, the Tupinamba).

 

 

                 
   XAVANTE
 
   - Leader: Wazuriwa Sereburã
   - Traits: Commercial, Militaristic and Religious
   - Economy: Trading and Fishing
   - Government: Chiefdom
   - Aggresion Level: Low
   - Unique Unit: Piroga
    - Capital:
 

 BACKGROUND: The Xavante represent the tribes of the Je (or Ge) branch of Native American languages. The tribes of this branch used to occupy territories of central Brazil, mainly in the Amazon forest. Some modern studies show some “cities” of this Native American branch were huge settlements linked by a networking of roads. Wazuriwa is the title of a mythological god and Sereburã was a real leader.