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    Do not lie, Do steal, DO NOT BE LAZY
    — Tawantinsuyu moral code
    Ama Sua. Ama Llulla. Ama Quella
    — Inca Code of Honor

    Inca Empireball was a former empireball in western South America, now centered in Peruball.


    It was born in 1438 when Kingdom of Cuzcoball turned into an empire after defeating its neighbors. It fell into a civil war, the so-called "War of the Two Brothers," due to smallpox weakening it greatly. Spainball invaded and in 1533, the area of influence and the great amount of warriors under the emperor's command was not enough to stop the advances of the Spanish smallpox conquerors. Neo-Incaball modernised rapidly during the war, being able to modernize shortly after Spainball killed of Inca Empireball in 1537, which allowed it to survive in some form for almost 40 more years. However, it was too late and it eventually died in 1572 when Spainball conquered them. He was the largest pre-Columbian empire in the Americas.


    The Quechua name for their empire was Tawantinsuyu, which can be translated as the four regions or the four regions united. Suyu means "region" or "province". The empire was divided into four Suyu.

    Their emperor, known as Sapa Inca, was considered a god on earth. Their society was extremely hierarchical and formed by: nobles (rulers, military chiefs, judges and priests), middle class (civil servants and skilled workers) and lower class (artisans and peasants). This last paid high taxes to the emperor in goods or with works in public works. In architecture, they developed several constructions with huge blocks of embedded stones, such as temples, houses and palaces, all in the mountains. The Inca economy was based on the ayllu, a kind of agrarian community. Corn was the basis of agricultural production, followed by potatoes, tomatoes, pumpkins, etc. Agriculture was extremely developed, with the construction of aqueducts, plantations on the terraces and irrigation canals. The domestication of llamas, vicunas and alpacas was of great importance for the Inca civilization, since these animals supplied wool, leather and were used as means of transport. The Incaballs used the term "puruma auca" for all peoples living outside the rule of their empire. The translation of this term would be something like ... "barbarian". Incaball was a very hard worker and despised laziness. Laziness was a crime on par with stealing or murder!

    It and its descendants are now called Quechuaballs. They are related to the Aymaraballs.



    • Boliviaball - Favorite descendant, it holds to its roots rather well unlike Peruball. Proud of you for making the Aymara flag a co-official flag and for popularizing my music. Your brother should follow in your steps.
    • Peruball - My descendant and successor. I am a little disappointed in you; you have abandoned your past and hispanicized yourself. I hope you return to your roots soon and unite with your sibling, Boliviaball. Still we have a lot in common, such our love for llamas and mountains.


    • Mapucheball - Annoying little fool who messed with my dreams of an andean empire.
    • Spanish Empireball - Rotten dishonest cheater. Faught me at a time of weakness and abused my system without any respect. Has no respect and wants nothing but money. At least you brought Catholicism, which my Quechuaballs like, but if you actually followed it, I would still exist.

    How to draw

    1. Draw circle.
    2. Draw the Incan Logo or seven bands colours of rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, sky blue, blue and violet.
    3. Draw the eyes and you're finished.


    zh:印加帝国球 ru:Империя инков

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