The Oumaji is one of the 11 current tribes. It is one of the original four free tribes, the others being Bardur, Xin-Xi, and Imperius. They start off with the riding technology. The Oumaji tribe resemble Saudi/Middle Eastern culture, with their Emperor's Tomb being a pyramid. It may also resemble north African culture.

In-game description:

"The seemingly unending, sun-blessed desert is the home of the Oumaji tribe."

Appearance Edit

  • Fruit: Cacti
  • Land: Desert
  • Forest: Palm Oasis
  • Animals: Zebras
  • Mountains: Yellow Mesa/Plateau
  • Cities: Sun-baked mud with flat roofs or a flat dome roof, staircases and tarps along the sides
  • Helmet: Headscarf
  • Color: Yellow

Strategies Edit

The Oumaji start off with Riding, as well as a Rider instead of a normal warrior. This means the Oumaji can explore much faster than other tribes and quickly gain a lot of towns.

The increased exploration speed has consequences though, as more Villages means a higher chance of having multiple aggressive neighbors. Capturing more villages also increases the cost of technology, and the Oumaji are known to have one of the weakest economies on the square in the first few turns. Riders are also one of the weakest units defensively and can be killed in 1 hit by a Swordsman. Knights aren't as good either, as they also only have 1 defense. Units with high defense such as Defenders or Swordsmen are recommended.

The Oumaji desert often has a good amount of fruit and farmland, making Organization a good choice.

Oumaji Theme Edit

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The Battle of Polytopia Oumaji Theme

Trivia Edit

  • Oumaji is one of the five tribes that have been recorded spawning on 1x1 islands. The other tribes are the Ai-Mo, the Aquarion, the Hoodrick and the Vengir.

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