9000 years ago the Sahara wasn't a desert, but a vast grassland populated by various people. We've only known a dry Sahara, but what if it never dried up? What could this alternate Africa look like?
Special thanks to Sean McKnight: https://ynot1989.deviantart.com/
'So That Happened Podcast': https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcrae3VCOGRj0NON_r22veA
The Board is Set- Johannes Bornlof
Desert Thief- Hakan Eriksson
Arabian Nights 10 - Magnus Ringblom
Ancient Discoveries - Gavin Luke
African Villages 2 - Magnus Ringblom
West African Stories 3- Magnus Ringblom
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