|Black Monkey Warrior's Spear||625||400||725||Revenge of the Ozomatli: Chance for bonus damage; Extra damage for each piece of Black Monkey Warrior Set worn; Extra damage for each unique piece of White Monkey Warrior Set owned; Extra damage against Giant raids; Extra damage against Campaigns||Giants of Chalua|
|Black Monkey Warrior's Axe||625||400||725||Revenge of the Ozomatli: Chance for bonus damage; Extra damage for each piece of Black Monkey Warrior Set worn; Extra damage for each unique piece of White Monkey Warrior Set owned; Extra damage against Giant raids; Extra damage against Campaigns||Giants of Chalua|
|Black Monkey Warrior's Headdress||625||400||725||Revenge of the Ozomatli: Chance for bonus damage; Extra damage for each piece of Black Monkey Warrior Set worn; Extra damage for each unique piece of White Monkey Warrior Set owned; Extra damage against Giant raids; Extra damage against Campaigns||Giants of Chalua|
|Black Monkey Warrior's War Paint||625||400||725||Giants of Chalua|
|Black Monkey Warrior's Bracers||625||400||725||Giants of Chalua|
|Black Monkey Warrior's Loincloth||625||400||725||Giants of Chalua|
|Black Monkey Warrior's Greaves||625||400||725||Giants of Chalua|
|Black Monkey Warrior's Ring||625||400||725||Giants of Chalua|
|Black Monkey Warrior's Macaque||800||500||925||Revenge of the Ozomatli: Chance for bonus damage; Extra damage for each piece of Black Monkey Warrior Set worn; Extra damage if White Monkey Warrior's Macaque is owned; Extra damage against Giant raids; Extra damage against Campaigns||Giants of Chalua|
Full Set Bonus
|Raid Attack Value: 6725|
|Duel Power: 4100|
|X. Luck was with him that day. The first giant he met was a huntress, sat waiting for prey to approach so she wouldn't have to seek it out and pursue it under the hot sun. Beside her lay the very weapon the Ozomatli had made.
The chieftain greeted her. The giantess picked up the club to smash him. But she glanced at the monkey designs carved into its wood, and knew this tiny man in monkey furs was one of those responsible for the gifts her people had received. Thus she let him speak.
|XI. He told her of his tribe's plight, and the giantess laughed. It amused her when the little races slaughtered one another. Sometimes she even threw boulders into their battles, crushing warriors of both sides, to make them more interesting.
She told him this and laughed again. The chieftain laughed too, and congratulated her on her brilliance. This pleased her. Perhaps in future she'd let all humans flatter her before she squashed or ate them...
"The whole jungle knows how wise and powerful you are," he said. "That's why all the tribes bring you tribute!"
|XII. The giantess frowned.
"The other tribes bring us nothing!" she said.
"But if our poor, weak tribe makes offerings, surely our wealthy neighbors bring you even greater gifts?"
She growled. It was an outrage!
"If we had just a fraction of their lands and riches, we'd lay tribute at your feet every day..." the chieftain said.
|XIII. This human was right! She snatched him up and took him to Hitullpa Aatqui, who led their band. There she dangled him before the fire giantess' red-hued face, demanding that he repeat his words.
Hitullpa Aatqui grinned. She was far more cunning than the huntress, and saw the human's ruse for what it was. But... Yes, the Ozomatli had been useful. Her giants had enjoyed eating the beasts left for them. Hunting was all well and good when it was unavoidable, but what could be better than lazing all day while food was brought to you instead?
Thus she said she'd show his people favor.
|XIV. A few days later, the Ozomatli gathered their warriors. Vengeance and memories of their slaughtered kin burned in their hearts. The Rahucoatl hadn't thought to conceal their crime. When they'd traded with other tribes, they'd told jokes about their 'monkey hunt'. What did it matter if the Ozomatli learned the truth? So they thought.
Even when the monkey warriors appeared at the edge of their territory, the Rahucoatl laughed.
"The Ozomatli!" their chieftain said, while her fighters assembled. "Be careful -- they'll throw their crap at us!"
|XV. The Rahucoatl charged. Their warriors surged forward in a straggling horde, with no thought of formations or skirmishers. It was only the Ozomatli! Those stupid monkeys would flee in panic, then spears and macuahuitls would pierce their backs.
But the monkey warriors didn't break. Some of them trembled. Warm wetness ran down a few legs. But they held, and threw their spears. A dozen Rahucoatl rolled on the ground. The rest of the savage tribesmen shrieked war cries. The Ozomatli had found their courage! They'd dared to spill Rahucoatl blood!
"Kill them all!" their leader said. "Spare none! Kill them and burn their lands to ash!"
|XVI. Screams and cries echoed through the jungle. Everywhere the Ozomatli chieftain looked, there was slaughter. His people were fighting harder than they'd ever fought before -- driven by the crime they were avenging, and courage granted by their stratagem. But they were no match for the Rahucoatl's horde.
Where were the giants? Where were...
And then the ground rumbled.
|XVII. The giant huntress chuckled. She'd grumbled at having to come so far, but the sight before her made it all worthwhile. So much killing... And hundreds of tiny people cheering at her approach or else quailing in terror. It was tempting to rampage through the entire battlefield, and destroy them all. But she liked offerings. And those wretched Rahucoatls had made none...
Her club rose and fell. Bones crunched and bodies burst. A kick sent half a dozen warriors flying through the air, screaming until they landed and broke.
She knew and cared little for the tribes' customs. But the giantess glimpsed a woman dressed in elaborate garb, made of eagle feathers dyed red, blue, purple, and gold. She knew a leader when she saw one. She grabbed the Rahucoatl chieftain and bit her in half.
|XVIII. The Rahucoatl begged for mercy, but the Ozomatli had none. They returned slaughter for slaughter, atrocity for atrocity, and left heaps of corpses as a message to all the other tribes whose people would come to scavenge among the ruins.
The Ozomatli had giants on their side. Now it was time for their enemies to tremble.