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Difficulty: Normal
Population goal: 7000
Culture goal: 45
Prosperity goal: 50
Monument goal: 19
Kingdom goal: 90
The civil war has begun and two families claim the throne of Egypt: The legitimate heirs who live in Henen-Nesu and the Iniotef caste who live in Waset. The rulers of Henen-Nesu are known for their cruelty, their mismanagement of their city, and their complete disinterest in solving the nation's serious problems such as famine. The rulers of Waset are known as benevolent ones who have helped fight famine and provide for the needs of the people.
Tired of seeing how the people of Henen-Nesu continue to take your people to die in a senseless war, you have made the drastic decision to abandon your city Men-Nefer and take your people with you to an area away from the conflict in the east of the Nile at the end of one of the mouths of the river.
This has been taken as an act of betrayal by the people of Henen Nesu, who have decided to destroy your people and your settlement.
However, the rulers of Waset, Egyptian cities outside the war, and foreign cities have admired your courage, so they have decided to support you in the construction of your settlement.
Even cities allied to Henen-Nesu like Knum have supported your decision so you can trade with them.
Unfortunately, the people of Waset are still stabilizing their city so it may take a while to be able to trade with them as well as their allies.
The area where you have taken your people is plagued by scorpions and dunes, however, here the land that has never been touched is fertile and ostriches roam the area.
To maintain your economy you can use the small gold deposits to the northwest, as well as export ceramics.
The people of Henen-Nesu are not stupid, they will try to extort you by looking for reasons to invade you, responding to these requests can give your settlement a bad reputation, however, rejecting them will cause their army to attack us.
Attacks are expected from the West as well as the Southwest.
The people of Henen-Nesu confiscated all the materials for the creation of weapons and charriots a long time ago, so we will have to get the materials through gifts. Responding to requests will be crucial to your survival.
To demonstrate that under a good mandate even a settlement in arid areas can progress, your city must have at least 15 elegant residences.
You must also build two small obelisks in which future generations will be told why you decided to take your people here and who you were, as well as a medium-sized mastaba in which you will bury the brave nobles who decided to follow you with their families to this part of the desert.
I used google to translate my history of the map. Forgive me if theres a nonsense in this text.
Tested and verified on very hard. Enjoy the map :)
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