Yes, the sequel to be more precise (aka The Nations) because the first game doesn't fit to those dialogs. It's your turn.
I've already made a third dialog so I'll post it here just for fun ;)
Those games were sold as "Die Völker" in the German speaking areas, Jowood didn't really have much rep so I never gave this series a try. Are they anywhere near as good as the Settlers (I'm a huge Settlers 2 fan) and which of the Nations games is better, 1 or 2 ? I love this type of games but with Settlers 2 the bar is set pretty high...the Nations games were on sale just recently and I almost bought them but I think I need someone in the know to convince me that this is good stuff. (So I can blame them later! :P )
Those Pimmons look funny, remind me of the blue hairy ice cave toads in the Metabarons comic volume 2. The Metabarons is an awesome series btw, 5 stars all the way.
I wouldn't recommend Alien Nations 1, it's a dull game with a few serious bugs. Alien Nations 2, however, is a very good game. I've written more about it here
so check it out! I strongly recommend it! Alien Nations 1 tried hard to imitate Settlers and failed. Alien Nations 2, however, has some really great ideas, if not unique then at least very well implemented.
And no, the husband is definitely not a cuckold. Each race in the game has an active and passive gender. Obviously you can train only active units, while passive units are completely beyond your control. They just get married, have two children (a boy and a girl so that the gender balance is always perfect) and then they pick up fruits for the rest of their miserable lives. Oh, I think they also go to a marketplace to do some shopping. I guess it won't surprise you that in case of Amazons females are active units. So every man in their tribe is reduced to a fruit picker ;) That's why I created those dialogs as a funny description of the game mechanics, it doesn't mean that the wife in unfaithful ;)