The Great Escape
Recolonization of the Land of Nephi
Limhi and Ammon discuss plans to break free from Lamanite oppression.
They hold a city–wide meeting.
They determine that their only hope of getting away from the Lamanites is to escape out of the city.
Gideon steps forward, establishes his credibility, and is authorized to speak.
Gideon proposes an escape plan consisting of getting the Lamanite guards drunk with wine, then leave the city while the Lamanites are intoxicated.
Limhi puts the plan into action, and sends a tribute of wine to the Lamanites, who accept it, and drink heavily.
Limhi’s people, having gathered up all their things, sneak out while the guards are drunk.
As soon as the Lamanites are sober enough to realize that everyone has escaped, they dispatch troops to go find them, but the troops just get lost.
Lost Lamanite troops
After a considerable journey, Limhi’s people, presumably led by Ammon, arrive in Zarahemla and join Mosiah’s people.
Limhi’s people join the Nephites in Zarahemla
Limhi’s Private Meeting With Ammon