Many tribes have created new settlements both nearby their ancestral lands and on distant shores. Several of these distant settlments have become large in their own right, bustling with activity and commerce and trade.
Another Great Wonder, the Oracle, is built in Paris, France, defeating other tribes who were competing to produce their own version of the Oracle. Rome joins the exclusive fraternite of elite tribes by building a Great Wonder of their own, The Great Wall, defeating China and Byzantium who were also building their own Great Wall. And at long last, after centuries of work and countless loss of life in the process, England puts the finishing touches on their own Great Wonder, The Great Lighthouse of York.
Further expanding on their knowledge of Hunting and Farming, some tribes are learning to capture animals in pens called pastures and domesticate them for food and other uses. Even more tribes are taking to the waves and making even more settlements on distant shores. More nations master the arts of weaponmaking and Axemen begin to appear in the ranks of multiple nations.
The Wars in Europe subside only to be replaced by a new conflict in the Middle East, near the Black sea. Christianity spreads like wildfire, and several tribes declare it as their official religion. Islam also begins to spread with some tribes like Greece switching their loyalty from Islam to Christianity and then to neutrality. France is the first to adopt a new kind of Government called a Monarchy, and Louis I is annointed as the first Christian Monarch of France.
The barbarian hordes gain in strength and number. No longer are the hordes limited to simple Warriors. Now they have developed advanced weapomaking techniques and Spearmen appear in their ranks. Still, frontier nations like China, Persia and Russia are able to keep them at bay with Archers. It would seem that the Barbarians are, at least for now... under control, but undoubtedly more epic battles are to come...
Headship / Royal Lineages of the World
The Children of Barbarous the Expelled - Warriors & Spearmen sighted
King Louis IV, son of King Louis III the Gullible, son of King Louis II the Zealous, son of King Louis I the Stalwart, first Monarch of France, successor to the Torino Workers, survivors of the Stonehenge Defenders, Successors of the Elder Mystics, Keepers of Benoit the Immortal, appointed successor of Tribal Chief Andre, traverser of the Alps, appointed successor of Pierre, First Despot of France, slayer of Jean-Guy, former co-ruler w/ his wife Patrica & brother Jean-Paul, son of Jean
Himilce, Princess of Spain, Mother of Astor
Porto & Portu, husband and wife
The three factions, slayers of Hanz the Dutchman, named successor of Trotseer the Brave, named successor to Chieftain Aantaleen the Primersteleider and his wife Angeline
Head Chieftain Bedri Ayhan
Justinian II, successor to the Tribal Chieftains, successors to Leader Justinian I, son of Leader Constantine
Qin Shi Huang, successor of the Mother of Qin Shi Huang, successor to the Father of Qin Shi Huang
King Ire, successor of Lord Chieftain Brennus & Aithe
Family Elders of Kyoto, along with Ainu of Nishikyo & Jiraya of Osaka following the death of Tokugawa, defender of Kyoto, Leader of Japan
The Czar, successor of Ivan Grozni, successor of Ivan Dragonoff, succesor of Leader Peter
The Tribal Leaders, successors to The Prophet & his wife, Khadijah bint Khuwaylid
Titus Bruti of the Bruti family, successors of Marcus, leader of the Slave rebellion, beheader of Baron Von the tyrant
Helu of Awan, rightful ruler of Persia, successor of Kikku-Siwe-Temti, ruler of Persia, usurper of Napi-Ilhush, usurper of Shushun-Tarana, usurper of Hishutash, usurper of Ukku-Tanhish, usurper of Tata I, successor to Peli of Awan, Rightful Chief of the Persian Tribes
Greece - ???
Holy Rome - ???