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Chichimec and Tribes of the Migration

c.1200 CE - 1700.  The following list is suited to represent the various migrating Chichimec (dog people) tribesof the Nahuatl language that moved from the north to the Anahuac (earth around water, thevalley of Mexico) during the 12th and 13th centuries. List uploaded October 29th, 2012.

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Conquistadors

1510 CE - 1570.  This army list covers all the detachments which explored Mexico and the Yucatan peninsulaat the beginning of the 16th century. List uploaded December 24th, 2012.

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Hawaiian Koa

c.700 CE - 1800.  This army list covers the people and kingdoms of the Hawaiian Islands from the foundation of the Hawaiian culture all of the way up to the campaign for unity that was lead by the Hawaiian warrior king, Kamehameha the Great.

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Inca

c.1300 - 1545 CE.  The list is intended to allow the player to field Inca armies from the 5th Inca Capac Yupanqui (extension of the empire), the civil war between Huascar inca and Atahualpa, the Spanish Conquest under the reign of Atahulapa, to the revolt and the beginnings of the first kings of Vilcabamba. Uploaded March 22nd, 2013.

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Mayan, Post-Classical

c.1300 CE - 1690.  The Mayan Empire has never been an empire as a whole but rather groups of city states likein Ancient Greece. They evolved a high degree of development in mathematics, astronomy,architecture and engineers, but non-stop wars chronically enfeebled them. Despite this factthey had a great influence due to their extended trade activities. List uploaded October 29th, 2012.

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Pacific Northwest Culture

c.700 CE - 1800.  This army list covers the tribes and peoples of the Pacific Northwest of North America

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Post-Toltec Cities

c.1300 - 1522 CE.  This list is intended to recreate in a generic way post-Toltecs cities of the centre of Mexico, after Chichimec’s invasions of the 12th and 13th centuries. List uploaded August 14th, 2012.

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Teenek

c.1300 - 1525 CE. Teenek, as they named themselves, or Huaxtecs/Cuaxtecs in Nahuatl, are Maya people who settled in the Panuco area, north of the Totonac zone. List uploaded October 29th, 2012.

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Texcaltec

1468 - 1522 CE. Texcala was in fact the name of a major power constituted by a confederation of 28 citiessituated in the vicinity of the modern city of Puebla. List uploaded August 14th, 2012.

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Triple Alliance Aztecs

c.1473 BCE - 1521 CE.  This list represents Aztec Triple Alliance (confederation of the cities of Tenochtitlan, Texcocoand Tlacopan , under the lead of the Mexicatl from Tenochtitlan) armies of the second part ofthe empire from the annexing of Tlatelolco by Tenochtitlan (approximately 1473). List updated August 14th, 2012.

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