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recruitment open The Ahap-Watsikatʉ FederationThe Ahap-Watsikatʉ Federation is an alliance between tribes; Cehtangi, Dareme, Dahede and Tohwyen (Confederation of Ahap), and the Comanche band; Watsikatʉ. Both the Confederation of Ahap and the Comanche band "Watsikatʉ" have suffered significant losses, but in different ways. The Comanche have lost many braves to battles and disease, while the Ahap have an abundance of elderly, sick, children, and non-combatants. Despite their differences in the past, they put aside their conflicts and form a new alliance known as; The Ahap-Watsikatʉ Federation. By combining their strengths, The Ahap-Watsikatʉ Federation seeks to create a better future for all. The Comanche's skilled warriors and knowledge of warfare, combined with the Ahap's deep understanding of the land and agricultural practices, form a powerful alliance. They work together to rebuild their communities, defend against common enemies, and create a future that honors both of their traditions and values.
recruitment open The Confederation of AhapThe Confederation of Ahap was a powerful force in the Northern United States Consisting of four tribes - Cehtangi, Dereme, Dahede, and Tohwyen - the Confederation had established itself as a formidable presence in the region. Of the four tribes, Cehtangi was the largest and most influential. Despite their strength, however, the Confederation found themselves stuck on the Wapiti Reservation by 1876, as white settlers continued to push westward and claim more and more land. a small patch of land allocated to them by the US government. The once-strong Confederation of Ahap has become a shadow of its former self, reduced to mere remnants of the four tribes that once formed it. Years of conflict and hardship, compounded by forced relocation to the Wapiti Reservation, have taken their toll on the Confederation. The tribes struggle to maintain their cultural identity and way of life amidst the challenges of assimilation and economic hardship.