Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet (Book 3) Setting

Ta-Nehisi Coates
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Wakanda

Wakanda is the main setting for the entire story. Wakanda is a fictional nation on the continent of Africa. It is known for having never been invaded (until recently) or occupied by another nation. It's primary resource is its supply of vibranium, an unbreakable metal which is highly sought after. Wakanda is known as the most technologically advanced society in the world due to its emphasis on education and science. Wakanda is lead by a King, currently T'Challa, who also serves as Black Panther, a ceremonial title and alternate identity who is sworn to protect Wakanda at all costs.

Birnin Zana, The Golden City

Birnin Zana, The Golden City, is the capital of Wakanda. It is home to T'Challa and all other characters associated with the government. At the end of Book 1, Birnin Zana is attacked by Zeke Stane leaving it in a state of turmoil. It serves...

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