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The Coheres

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Today we are looking at the Coheres.The fifth tribe shown from the Basson Forest.


The Coheres are different from the rest of the tribes for many reasons



Firstly they get most of there food from cows not fishing or crops.


Secondly they live in Teepees not treehouses.


You may have noticed most tribes have lookouts like this ,but the Coheres have more lookouts then anyone.


This building has a underground chamber where the Tribal Council meet. (Yes the tribes are Democratic sometimes :whatevs: )

Thats all you need to know about the Coheres. Next time we'll be looking at thewhat the tribal council are doing about the Aliens.

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Quite nice! It's a good CJ. No offence though, it's a bit awkward in the sense that there a random buildings poking out through the forest. However, I guess the quirkiness is what makes this CJ cool! 

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