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Ojibwe is a culture in After the End. It's part of the Algonquian culture group.

Description[]

The people of Western Ontario. The Ojibwe, despite some of them having a similar lifestyle as the Algonquin, are mostly feudal, and have expanded more than their cousins, pockets of them sometimes wandering among the Minnesotans as well. They follow various faiths, most prominently the Ursuline See and and the Nanissáanah.

Ojibwe Characters in 2666[]

  • Duke Kewinoquot Davieux of Algoma;
  • High Chief Ogima Angeconob of Mushkegowok;
  • Abbess Aazhawigiizhigowe of Blind River;
  • Count Hache-hi DesJarlet of Manitoulin;
  • Chief Obwole Nekesh of Mille Lacs;
  • Chief Shamaga Asham of Akitaki;

Ojibwe Titles[]

Exclusive[]

  • Ojibwe Empire

Cultural Sprawl[]

Rumors[]

The Mille Lacs: carvers of wood[]

"Listen. While our people are known for our bravery in battle which the worshippers of the Nailed God only dream to have, there are some which have not written great sagas of their own but are worth talking nonetheless. Of these, I think I should start with the Mille Lacs."

"They look small on the great scheme of things. Their lands are far from the Lakes and are not large. Some even think they are ridicule for their shield bearing a lowly squirrel. But one would be a fool to dismiss them as unimportant. Their chieftain Obwole has much influence in the Jarldom of Pembina, and Jens Lundgren, who was an adventure from Minnesota before conquering Pembina, sometimes has to ask his advice about ruling the Ojibwe of his lands. More over, the shamans Mille Lacs travel far and wise long the western reachs of vikingdom, performing blots, recording deeds and carving runes woods."

"Only the jarls and the chiefs have the chiefs have the money needed to pay a runestone, but the common man also wants to eternize their achievements. So the Ojibwe shamans come and carve runes in birch bark to record the glories of a man or his family. Some of the most important achivements, such as a conquest, a great battle or the victory in a Bloodbowl are carved into living Birch trees. The shamans come back everytime the runes need to be carved again, and plant birches to make sure there will always be material for record."

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