“Sorry sir, I was too busy dying of thirst to kill any bandits”-Sardinian Soldiers fighting Lybians
Lybia is the name for the desert region west of Egypt, inhabited by nomadic tribesmen, similar in culture to the Bedouin of Arabia and the Sahara. Lybian tribes have always raided the Nile, posing serious threats to its nations at various times in history. However, not all of Lybia is tribal. The mercantial city state of Novaricum, born from an old Sardican colony is a major cultural and economic center. Now, Lybia is devided between pro-Egyptian, pro-Novaricum and Independant tribes.