Even the Incas marvel at the works of our great artisans and craftsmen. We are known for our silversmiths, weavers, ceramicists and others who produce treasures far beyond any other known culture. We should take pride in this and recognize the tremendous prestige our artisans bring to our country.
Chimu gets the modifier “Great Artisans” for 10 years with the following effects:
+5 yearly prestige,
+15% goods produced modifier.
Reforming the Hierarchy of Chimu
Our society is a four-level hierarchical system, with a powerful elite who rules over different administrative centers. This has helped us greatly in the past, as the organization of labor to construct canals and irrigated fields is an example of. Lower-order centers manage land, water, and labor, while the higher-order centers either move the resources to our capital or carry out other administrative decisions. There have been clamors about changing this system, especially from our artisans. They have been complaining about being forbidden to change their profession and being grouped in our city according to their area of specialization.
Once one of many small regional kingdoms our state now holds land in all the four regions of the Andes. Our kingdom has transformed into something greater, a mighty empire of many peoples united under a strong class of rulers. To our subjects we are simply their overlords, the Incas.