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The preferred gem of Tisambe jewelers is a green semi-precious stone known as Amazonite. The Tisambe also excel at the performing arts. Choral music is the most popular sort of performance, and Tisambe choirs are often accompanied by ngoma bards playing drums or flutes. Food: Tisambe eat an incredible amount of seafood; fish soup is a staple of the Tisambe diet, along with a spinach-like green called sukuma wiki (soo-KOO-mah WEE-kee), and a millet porridge known as putu (POO-too). Though nourishing, Tisambe cuisine is considered amongst the blandest on the continent.
Wild animals such as fried baby crocodiles, stewed monkeys, and the like are considered delicacies amongst Tembu nobles, and some noble houses actually raise these animals for use as food. Language: Kordo. The Tembu dialect of Kordo borrows many words from the Daka-kara language. Names: Tembu names were crafted by oracles in ages past to ensure fortuitous futures for those who bear them. Male Tembu Names: Abegunde, Adebayo, Ademola, Adunbi, Ajagbe, Ajani, Ajamu, Akono, Bandele, Banjoko, Dunsimi, Dumisai, Duniisai, Ekundayo, Erioku, Foluke, Idowu, Kehinde, Obanjoko, Obayana, Olumiji, Shangokoya, Sowande, and Taiwo.
They do wear belts, backpacks, and other practical items, but such objects are usually crude and lacking in ornamentation. In addition, some agogwe dye their fur to indicate clan loyalties. Despite their small size and lack of strength, the agogwe crave hand-to-hand combat, and rarely use weapons. They prefer to attack from ambush, tearing away at foes and then retreating back into the bush. They often burrow underground and wait for enemies to pass overhead, clawing at the ankles of their foes and then retreating when opponents offer any sort of resistance.