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The Viets tribe is one of the player-controlled tribes in "Another Civilization Forum Game." It is controlled by PositiveTower.

The Viets were late to leave the ruined Spiecine Althio homeland. Upon their arrival to the eastern grasslands, a new problem emerged as several of their own were found dead due to an unknown threat. The tribe fled further southeast, reaching a snowy region home to animals such as four-armed sloths. The tribe grew divided over whether to go further east; some did, but died before they could send any word back to the main tribe.

The Viets' first act of settling in was to build primitive schools for their children. As a result of their education, the next generation was quick to learn farming (Round 25 Event). In the same vein, they trained tribesfolk into a disciplined fighting force.

A growing religion centering around dual harmony within all things spiraled out of control when it was hijacked by members of the tribe to their own ends, who went on to terrorize the people before being defeated by the puritanic faction, seemingly ending them for good.

Afterwards, the Viets found order under their newly-established council, forming the Republic of Vietania. This council oversaw a new time of exploration and expansion, netting the discovery of:

  • The grasslands to the north, which they had fled
  • Marshlands to the east
  • A sea to the west
  • Mountains to the south

In anticipation of the heretics potentially returning to wreak havoc, the Viets set up fortifications and patrols in the area where they were last seen.

In the meantime, the Viets tamed some of the sloth creatures to serve as beasts of burden. The council attempted to institute a policy of equal distribution of goods, although it earned the ire of Viets who either disagreed with the principle or simply didn't want to share. Meanwhile, a group of Viets exploited loopholes in the law itself, using fraudulent tactics to share less than they had to.

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