The Wagadu Chronicles takes followers on a visual tour of the Emere people’s village buildings

All over the world, people come together in small settlements to live their lives in small insulated shelters made of sticks, mud and grass. In Africa, these settlements are known as wagadus, and they are scattered across the continent.

The Emere people are a tribe that live in the Amazon rainforest of eastern Bolivia, an area that is mostly unknown to Westerners. Until recently, their village of Nantanui was accessible only by a single dirt road. However, the village’s residents have recently started to embrace modernity, and they’ve begun to build a new road that will allow them to travel around their village freely.

Located in the heart of Southern Ghana, Dagbon is one of the Bamum kingdoms. It is a small, but historically important kingdom with a very rich history of art and architecture. This region has a picturesque landscape, with several mountains and streams and is criss-crossed by ancient mud roads. The buildings in the Bamum Kingdom are locally referred to as Asopha. Since the beginning of the 19th century, Asopha have been used to store farm tools, livestock and other objects and the outer walls were made to be visible from afar.. Read more about wagadu chronicles pdf and let us know what you think.


The developers of the afrofantasy MMORPG The Wagadu Chronicles have created a Twitter thread that shows off numerous pieces of concept art and explains the purpose and architectural influences of some of the in-game culture’s structures.

Emere buildings incorporate the rainforest into many of their architecture, as one would expect from a people that live in and respect nature. Many of the structures are inspired by African cultural traditions and pre-colonial African technology, such as the innovative furnaces in the crafts hall, storage baskets hanging from trees to keep pests and animals at bay, and grouped dwelling complexes. The post also mentions that in-game housing would be designed around social groupings rather than individuals, but there will be some “gameplay oddities.”

It’s an art-filled tour of one of Wagadu’s more unusual groups, and it’s well worth checking out for fans of the forthcoming game.

1/9 Since we have been getting questions on what an afrofantasy town looks like, here’s a glimpse into a village built by members of a rainforest Emere culture of Wagadu. ???????‍♂️??‍♀️?✨#Afrofantasy #architecture #MMORPG & #ttrpg Concepts by @tyinfaowei

— The Wagadu Chronicles | MMORPG & 5E Setting (@WagaduChronicle) July 23, 2021


The Emere people of Ghana are a people who have been living in the same village for thousands of years. They are a people who have kept their traditions and customs and ways of life alive and well throughout the years. The Emere people have been living peacefully in their village for thousands of years but now that they are faced with threats on all sides, they need to find a way to keep their traditions and their way of life alive.. Read more about daa’ima and let us know what you think.

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