Alosi’Dunakwa translates loosely to walls of the yellow ocean
With the cultural heritage of the Vi’Odala all but entirely leeched away by the oppression of the Arkaathi they were then discarded and scattered in all directions. Groups of the Vi’Odala banded together to form small tribes. The Alosi’Dunakwa were one such tribe that, after the uprising, took refuge amongst the crumbling walls of an abandoned city built by the Arkaathi. The city stood as a front line outpost for the Arkaathi in their battles against the Cyri now pummeled by the windswept sands of the great Ka’Tyjal Desert left in the battles wake. The Alosi’Dunakwa tribe like most of the outcast Vi’Odala were incredibly wary of outsiders and content to cultivate the independent growth of their race. Only after years did they dig deep enough into the ruined city to be alerted to the presence of another group of beings. The Krullech had infested the sewers of the city and had begun to press upward into the streets and crumbling buildings bringing them into direct conflict with the Alosi’Dunakwa. Wrestling constantly for resources and space with the Krullech the Alosi’Dunakwa developed a hatred for them derived from their wara. The Fah’ccara were instituted to combat the Krullech and with them was born the Zasada. The Alosi’Dunakwa still remain as a reclusive tribe but have begun to experience a growing need for resources that have become exhausted or are otherwise unavailable to such a primitive people bringing to light the election of the Domfah. Although resistant to change and suspicious of cultural influences the Alosi’Dunakwa are influenced to broaden their views in order to ensure the continued growth and survival of their tribe.