Lost Civilization Generator

CIvilizations long past - why, and what they left behind.

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This stingy waseland theocracy was noted for its advanced architecture and animal husbandry. It was destroyed by the underworld because of the people's extreme immorality, leaving behind only trade routes.
This tolerant underground empire was noted for its advanced business skills. It was destroyed by gradual social decline, leaving behind only legends.
This alienated wide-ranging country was noted for its advanced business skills. It was destroyed by a neighboring country because of the people's extreme perversion, leaving behind only monuments and its language.
This contemplative underground country was noted for its advanced geology and botany. It was destroyed by an alliance of its neighbors because of the people's extreme immorality, leaving behind only business records and government buildings.
This narrow-minded swamp country was noted for its advanced canal-building. It was destroyed by a gradual decline, leaving behind only monuments and weapons.
This alienated savannah domain was noted for its advanced water travel and natural science. It was destroyed by foreign invaders because of the people's extreme perversion, leaving behind only technology.
This opportunistic underground theocracy was noted for its advanced tactics and meteorology. It was destroyed by bizarre experiments caused by jealousy, leaving behind only relics and culinary knowledge.
This humble aerial commonwealth was noted for its advanced history. It was destroyed by civil war, leaving behind only maps.
This materialistic aquatic empire was noted for its advanced art. It was destroyed by a drought, leaving behind only art.
This unethical desert country was noted for its advanced pharmacology and engineering. It was destroyed by religious conflict, leaving behind only artistic theories and superstitions.

 

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