The Lulubi were a group of people belonging to the Guti tribal confederation. They were a small and unimportant group, spending their days herding sheep and sometimes even worse. However, a turning point in their history came when a group of Lulubi sheep herders were ambushed by the Assyrians, and the former used a Lulubi skill to defeat the Assyrians. Being excellent masters of singing lullabies, the Lulubis put the Assyrians to sleep and then cold bloodedly massacred them all.
Having discovered an effective weapon – indeed the equivalent of the nuclear bomb in the ancient world – the Lulubis attacked the Assyrians and after singing choir like lullabies and making them unconscious, they managed to defeat the mighty Assyrians and establish a new capital in the city of Siesta. The Lulubi kings were powerful and wise rulers who helped the prosperity of their people by making sure that all the other merchants in the ancient world were taking catnaps while the Lulibi traders were taking advantage of all the business opportunities.
However, the Golden Age of the Lulubi lasted a short time. With the expansion of Lulubi economy and a general rise of living standards, the Lulubi parents neglected the teaching of lullabies to their children. As a result, within a few generations, a resurgence of the Assyrians was met with a Lulubi army which had forgotten its greatest weapon. The downfall of the Lulubis was rather cruel and quick, all of them being sent back to their mountainous homeland where they eventually perished from insomnia and left only their name in history and strangely, their weapon too, which was adopted both by parents and governments for putting their subjects to sleep.