Site last updated: 2 September 2023 Total Pages: 104
Welcome to TribeNet.Wiki: a wiki-powered site for the turn-based, play-by-email game, TribeNet.
The site is intended to be an explanatory resource for new and established players, but should not reveal content of the game. No spoilers here.
TribeNet is a turn-based play-by-email (PBEM) game for all people of all ages. It is an open-ended game of growth and management, with components that allow you to build, trade, farm, sail the seas, explore and wage war. As the Chief of your people you will conduct diplomacy, negotiate over resources, make treaties, form military and political alliances, initiate trade, and create doctrine.
For more information about the game, please visit the Start here page.
Use the left-pane navigation or the built-in search field at the top center of the page. If you are using a mobile device, the left-pane navigation is a blue circle button with three lines (called a hamburger menu) in the bottom left corner of your browser window. The layout will differ based on the type of device you are using.
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This is an all-volunteer, player-run site. The site was created with the approval of TribeNet GM, Peter Rzechorzek, but is not an official resource. As such, TribeNet take no responsibility for the accuracy of the content, or any in-game results of actions based on this content. All official content can be found at TribeNet. Most of the content on this wiki is Copyright © 1987-2022 by Peter Rzechorzek and included with permission from the copyright holders.