Relationship Tree: Things Fall Apart.

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1. Okonkwo+Family+friend: Famous warrior of the Umuofia clan.

1.1. Unoka: Okonkwo's father, famous for being in debt to everyone, but a gifted, and gentle flute player.

1.1.1. Uchendu: Son of Unoka and brother of Okonkwo. Akueni: The daughter who gave birth to twins, and had to have them thrown away. Amiku: The youngest of Uchendu's five children. Njide: Eldest daughter from Obodo

1.2. Nma: Okonkwo's first wife had two children with Okonkwo, but one boy was given to them by a neighboring village.

1.2.1. Nwoye: Okonkwo's oldest son, known for being weak, lazy, and always being beatean by Okonkwo. Resembles Okonkwo's father.

1.2.2. Obiageli : The first daughter of Nma, and Okonkwo.

1.2.3. Ikemefuna: The boy from neighboring clan Mbanio, lives in Nma's hut for three years.

1.3. Ekwefi: Second wife of Okonkwo.

1.3.1. Enzinma:The only surviving child of Okonkwo and Ekwefi, and Okonkwo's favorite.

1.4. Ojiugo: Okonkwo's third and youngest wife.

1.4.1. Nkechi:First daughter

1.4.2. Obigeli: Second daugther

1.5. Obierika: Okonkwo's loyal friend.

1.5.1. Iweka: Obierika's father

1.5.2. Machi: Obierika's older brother

1.5.3. Maduka: Obierika's son who won a wrestling fight with another boy. Akueke: Obierika's daughter, Maduka's half sister.

2. Villagers from both Umuofia, and Mbanta.

2.1. Ogbuefi: The oldest member of the village.

2.2. Udo: A from the Umuofia clan, whose wife was killed by a member from the Mbanio clan.

2.3. Nwayieke: The woman known for cooking at night.

2.4. Mgbafo: The woman who ran away from her husband.

2.4.1. Uzowulu: Mgbafo's husband accuse of beating his wife.

2.4.2. Odukwe: Mgbafo's older brother.

2.5. Okagbue Uyanwa: The medicine man well known for his knowledges.

2.6. Idigo: A man who grinds good snuff, but recently fallen ill.

2.7. Amalinze the Cat: The great wrestler who has never lost a match for seven years, until Okonkwo defeated him.

2.8. Okafo and Ikezue: The leaders of the team who fought the last match.

2.8.1. Okafo's victory.

2.9. Nwakibie: The man who Okonkwo first worked for.

2.9.1. Anasi: Nwakibie's first wife, who wears an anklet for her husband's titles.

2.10. Okoli: The man who killed the scared python.

2.11. Enoch: rumors spread that he ate, and killed the scared Python.

2.12. Ogbuefi Ezuego: The noted orator of the village.

2.13. Ogbuefi Ndulue: The oldest man in the Ire village.

3. Gods, and ancestral statues.

3.1. Ekwensu: The evil spirit.

3.2. Ani: The Earth Goddess, priest

3.3. The Evil Forest

3.4. Oracle, and Priestess

3.4.1. Agbala: The oracle of the Hills and the Caves

3.4.2. Chika: The priestess whom Unoka asked for answers during his failure in crops.

3.4.3. Chielo: The priestess of Agbala, a widow with two kids

3.5. Chukwu: The god of everything on Earth.

3.6. Obu-agali-odu: An evil spirit that the tribe made, but was unable to control.

4. Missionaries/Followers

4.1. Mr. Brown: One of the first white missionary from England.

4.2. Nneka: The first women to convert into a christian followed by her husband, Amadi.

4.3. Akunna: A man who sent his son to Mr. Brown's school for converters.

4.4. District Commissioner: A racist authority figure of the white colonial government of Nigeria.

4.5. Mr. Kiaga: Another Missionary who is in charge of the infant congregation.

4.6. Ogbuefi Ugonna: A wealthy man who gave up two titles just to convert into a christian.

4.7. Reverend James Smith: Mr. Brown's successor.