New infrastructure: chief's hut, stone quarry. Recruitment: 1 warrior party
After having led the Riverdiggers 'excellently' for 2 decades Jan Jesven found himself worthy of a reward, inspired by the large cottage the Eremitis have for their leaders he decided he wanted a larger more prestigious abode for himself (officially it served to show the people what great things their tribe could do). The Riverdiggers were first told to work for 3 years but the construction proceeded slower than expected and halfway Jan decided he it must be even larger. On the fourth year some people started to complain and refused to continue working. On the fifth year he created a personnel army to force the dissenters back to work. On the sixth year Jan became paranoid about 'rebels' so he sent 'suspected traitors' to work in the quarries, it backfired spectacularly. He was overthrown just one day before his house was complete and ended up as forced-labour in the quarries himself.
After the coup he was succeeded by his sister Herfst Jesven, whilst she was much more popular then her brother, a lot of Riverdiggers lost belief in the Jesven family. Thus the new chief searched for a way to unite her people behind her, it was believed that a military victory would fulfil this goal well.
Diplomacy: An envoy was sent to the Celatum Clan, to ask whether they could inform his chief of the conditions of a possible partitioning of the Vaudau.
Food production: hunters' forests, 2 land clearances, fishing pier
Raw materials: 3 woodmans' camps, 2 stone quarry
Military: pallisade, musterfield
Civil: chief's hut