Princess Juana

Rubia was born with different hair. No Ojas had ever seen this color of hair before! It was light, like the sands that blew in the hot dessert. She had some issues with her role in the tribe, she hated children. She picked on Tak’Oda’s second daughter, Juana, every chance she got. Tak’Oda wasn’t often…

The Anu

Tak’Oda basked in the heat from the water. She was lucky that Songa Anu let her steam her green leafy skin. She breathed a sigh of relief as she came back out into the candle-lit hallway, where Songa sat with a woman that could be her twin. Gwenddydd Anu. And she wasn’t as charming as…

No-no

Trampa de Arena had a little secret. Tak’Oda had heard whispers during her prayer time of a mystery. A mystery her dead Ojas ancestors wanted her to find. She would need to find the beans first… And she had most of them in her possession, hidden in a small tree stump of Trampa de Arena,…

Sad Silas

Dakarai was buried in the tomb by her daughter Queen Tak’Oda. The four dusty walls held many ashes, the many generations of dead Ojas women. But she didn’t have much time to grieve, she had to get to work. She spent her days traveling between the different homes, just as her mother had, checking on…

Half way there

Dakarai had a problem on her hand. She had an Ojas that was pregnant, Al’Owa, one of Tiki’s twins, and she was informed that the orchard was too full, there were just so many kids and babies there, that they couldn’t possibly take anymore. How would they feed all them little critters? She decided that…