That's true and probably a good thing for some here, right? Otherwise, people would be complaining about an African Adventures books along with the Oriental Adventures book. And I'm only saying this because it would have been created at that time (with little to no culture consultants), not because I wouldn't want something along those lines.I know people have been pointing out the examples of mythic Africa in DnD, but that was always my point. Unrestrained creativity hasn’t actually led to writers being more creative.
TSR's Mystara never really managed to fully pull across an African-themed nation sadly.
TSR ended the run just as they were looking to create Sind (Fantasy India). Although the content-producing fandom (predominantly Italian) has been extensively busy (10+ Gazetteers + 30 Threshold Magazines, the latter of which are 200+ pages each) so they may have something African-based as most of the Mystaran land-mass had not yet been developed at the time of its TSR-end.