The Apache Nation that rebuilt itself after Yosemite fell was far different from the urbanized culture they had before. Most of their young men and women went to War for one thing. And those who stayed behind wanted to make certain nobody hit them that hard ever again. So they rebuilt with an eye towards mobility. Everything from homes to factories are now built on gravplating that allows them to move anywhere they want to go. Modern Apache villages are ever-evolving affairs of individual families picking up their homes and leaving whenever they want to. Most villages can pack up everything, including the sidewalks, and begin moving to a new location within hours. They can move within minutes in an emergency. That’s pretty amazing to see actually.