You lead your tribe on foot. Wandering helplessly across a world in decay as supplies and hope dwindles. 

You have no home or shelter. In front of you, the ground shakes, and before your eyes, you see your salvation rising from the toxic ground in the form of an ancient, lovable, and frustratingly sleepy giant named Onbu. 

You take your tribe aboard Onbu’s back and embark on a journey across many different biomes, each with different benefits and challenges to manage as you attempt to optimize your newfound settlement and its relationship with its host. 

My First 30 Minutes In The Wandering Village

At first, your settlement and Onbu will be more like coworkers who just met and speak different languages. 

You do your thing, and they do theirs. 

However, as your camp gains a foothold, stacks resources, and establishes a research center, you can slowly start to invest in more ways to interact with Onbu and your relationship becomes more symbiotic. In this dying world, you can’t survive without Onbu, and they can’t survive without you. 

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