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JAMBA

BRAVE RANGER
ALSO KNOWN
JAMBA
LOCATION
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

Creator of quality designs and thinker of fresh ideas.

STRENGHT

80%

SPEED

70%

AGILITY

95%

INTELLIGENCE

55%

STAMINA

75%

ABOUT JAMBA

JAMBA‚Äôs life took a dramatic turn when he was just a young child. While on a family expedition deep in the heart of an African jungle, tragedy struck. His parents, renowned explorers and conservationists, were lost during a treacherous storm that engulfed their camp. Left orphaned and alone, Mazi found himself in a vast and unfamiliar wilderness. It was in the jungle that jamba discovered he had a unique gift: the ability to communicate with animals. Through a deep, innate connection, he could understand their language and form a profound bond with the creatures that roamed the forest. This bond allowed him to gain their trust, learn from their instincts, and navigate the dense jungle with uncanny ease. Growing up amidst nature’s wonders, Jamba learned the secrets of survival, the hidden paths, and the natural rhythms of the jungle. Animals became his teachers and companions, guiding him through the dangers and teaching him invaluable skills. Jamba could speak to the lions of the forest, the birds of the air and even the sharks of the ocean. With the use of his powers, he created an incredible powerful animal army that protected The rainforest from exploitation, poaching and also protected humans from rebel groups. he also realized that education was the key to unlocking a brighter future for himself and others. He witnessed the struggles of African children who lacked access to proper schooling, particularly those living in remote areas near the jungle he called home. Determined to make a difference, he used the knowledge he acquired from the jungle’s creatures to become an expert guide, leading teachers and educational resources through treacherous terrains to reach remote villages. He would communicate with animals to gather vital information about the safest routes, potential hazards, and even the needs and aspirations of the children he sought to help.