Australian Aboriginalsball, formerly known as 5ball, is the countryball representing the various Aboriginal peoples of Australiaball, and other non-Austronesian groups of Oceania, like Papuans. It is one of the only Caveballs to exist in the modern age.
Australian Aboririginalsball is most closely related to 7ball, and more distantly to 1ball and 3ball, as they are all Eastern Eurasians who split from each other in Southeast Asia.
They lived the same way for thousands of years, isolated from the rest of the world, hunting local animals with spears and boomerangs and living in animal hide shelters, called 'mia mias', or caves, like regular caveballs. Northern tribes traded with Indonesiaball with things like sea cucumbers, which was a stepping stone for Dutch explorers in the 1600s.
They did religious ceremonies, dancing to the beat of clapsticks (two pieces of wood being clapped together) and didgeridoos (long, hollow pieces of wood for blowing into) and they sang. They followed the laws of the Dreaming (more commonly known as the Dreamtime).
Inland tribes ate koalas, kangaroos, and emus, while coastal ones ate whales, fish, crabs, oysters, seals, prawns, and other marine life. They ate berries, withcetty grubs, honey, wild ducks, and more as well, and fruits depending on the weather.
They wore not much, with some tribes wearing animal skins. They also wore belts around the waist, often made of straw. They also wore headdresses and were covered in paint.
Since the Aboriginalballs didn't have metal, they were a stone-age tribe and they used wood, stone, and bones to make tools. Tools like didgeridoos and boomerangs were decorated in Aboriginal art (dot painting etc.).
History[edit | edit source]
Colonization[edit | edit source]
Australian Aboriginalsball has existed since the late Pleistocene, after it split off from all the other Eastern Eurasianballs (7ball, 1ball, ancestors of 3ball) in Southeast Asia, heading into the ancient supercontinent Sahul. It was discovered by Dutch sailors who had come south from Java looking for gold and spices, but only colonized/destroyed by UKball. All Tasmanian and Victorian Aboriginalballs were killed/eradicated. In the 19th century, it passed into the hands of British Australiaball.
Flag Creation[edit | edit source]
The Austrailian Aboriginal flag was first designed in 1971 By Harold Thomas. In January 2022, He gave it to the government of Australiaball for the land rights movement. Soon after, 5balls officially became Australian Aboriginalballs. However, the use of the term Australian Aboriginalballs for other 5balls would be misleading, as Papua New Guineaball, another 5ball, is not indigenous to Australia, but to the island of New Guinea.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
Friends[edit | edit source]
- Australiaball - My lovely child. But please don't commit white supremacy.
- New Zealandball - The best friend.
Enemies[edit | edit source]
- Englandball - F*** you England! REMOVE COLONIST!! 1788 WORST YEAR OF LIFE!! YOU INVADED ME!
Flag Colors[edit | edit source]
How to Draw[edit | edit source]
Just some quick history on the flag itself:
The flag was made in connection to the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, which was an activist movement that brought a change in Australiaball's clay. The circle in the middle was drawn on the first-ever flag using a beer can.
There are two versions for drawing it. The official, as Australian Aboriginalsball, is this:
- Divide the basic circle shape into two horizontal stripes.
- Color the stripes of black and this red
- Draw a yellow circle between the stripes
- Draw the eyes and you've finished
The other, as 5ball, is outdated, but you can still draw it. Here's how:
- Draw the basic sphere and color it of orange like here
- Draw a little white circle inside and add there a black 5
- Add two eyes and it's finished.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
|Mainland States/Territories||Australian Capital Territoryball • Jervis Bay Territoryball • New South Walesball • Northern Territoryball • Queenslandball • South Australiaball • Tasmaniaball • Victoriaball • Western Australiaball|
|Overseas Territories||Ashmore and Cartier Islandsball • Australian Antarctic Territoryball • Christmas Islandball • Cocos (Keeling) Islandsball • Coral Sea Islandsball • Heard Island and McDonald Islandsball • Norfolk Islandball|
|Former entities||Migrants that crossed the ocean (Australian aboriginalsball) • British Australiaball () • North Australiaball (1846–47) • North Australiaball and Central Australiaball (1927–31)|