In 779, the three tribes set off on their journey, taking all their possessions, even the venerable elders and pregnant women. Their advance is slow and exhausting, the caravan getting lost several times in the desert lands. Supplies reduce quickly as the vegetation turns out to be disparate and unhealthy, while water becomes rarer and rarer. After three cycles of wandering and little accustomed to the extreme weather conditions of the east of Mornea, their nature and their emotions started to changed. Some of them begin to express their desire to turn around. These voices are stifled by Walko’Ota who pushes the caravan at all costs, in defiance of the safety of the most fragile, and sees himself nicknamed “the one who has lost his reason”. The sachem accuses the stragglers and the most fragile to deliberately slow down the caravan and not giving importance to the survival of their people. He therefore restricts their access to food and water. Women who have had miscarriages because of the trip are treated the same way. The fear he inspires is even greater than the fear of dying on this trip.
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