Tewugi is a strategic board game for two players. Each player has an army to control, and the goal is to knock out the enemy General before the enemy knocks out yours. Traditionally one player has red pieces and the other player has green pieces. Some sets might have other colours than the traditional ones, where the red side might be black or brown and the green side might be white or blue.
Some see Tewugi as the pinnacle of sophistication. The player needs to be intelligent to be able to beat their opponent in Tewugi, and be able to plan several moves ahead.
Others see Tewugi as a pointless time waster. Why sit there looking at a board with pieces when you could do some real work out in the fields? There have been accusations about Tewugi being a game for rich people who have time to sit down and learn it. Maybe they are right, as Tewugi is definitely more widespread among the nobility than the common folk.
Rules(This section will be expanded and brainstormed in the polishing part of the SC process)
The original range of pieces consist of:
The dragons saw the sapient species of Shireon play Tewugi one time they came to visit. They became interested in this strategic game, and decided to make their own version. The rules are almost the same, with some small variations. It is possible for a Tewugi player to play Dragon Tewugi with some time to get acquainted with the few rules that are different, and the few who have tried say it's a very interesting and rewarding experience.