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  1. Empire of Syullin Notable Characters: Emperor Jun-Seo Sule-Bahk – 48 years old (inaugurated 1890) Empress Li-Yu Sule-Bahk – 38 years old; Emperor’s wife Imperial Successor Jun-San Sule-Bahk – 18 years old; Emperor’s son – Married to Princess Elizabeth of Brennan Imperial Princess Guan-Yu Sule-Bahk – 0 year old; Emperor’s daughter Emperor’s Mother Yun-Seo Oldbarrow-Bahk – 66 years old Imperial Prince Ji-Hu Sule-Bahk – 46 years old; Emperor’s brother Imperial Prince Son-Hu – 15 years old; Emperor’s nephew Imperial Princess Min-Seo Sule-Bahk – 28 years old; Emperor’s sister – Married to Prince James of Brennan Lord Dedicant Thomas Valence – 76 years old Dedicant Richard Valence – 40 years old Dedicant Gi-mun Cheong – 56 years old Dedicant Dong-hyeon Yie – 44 years old Dedicant Ro-Hon Ito – 28 years old Population: 55,204,041 + 1,104,081 (2%) 1 Metropolis, 5 cities Ground Forces: 6 Brigades of Regular Infantry T3 (30,000) 2 Brigade of Light Infantry T3 (10,000) 200 Field Guns Sky Forces: 8 Mae-Class Corvettes 4 Dogsuli-Class Destroyers 1 Jajonsim-Class Cruiser (T1) 2 Jajonsim-Class Cruiser (T3) 100 Sae-Type A Fighters 20 Mogi-Type A Heavy Fighters Industry: 2 Vitramite Mines (T2) 2 Vitramite Refineries (T2) 3 Steel Mill – 9 S 9 Civilian Industry 3 Airshipyards 3 Heavy Industry Economy: 6 Commercial Districts 4 Trade Depots (8 trade partners = 4,000 Syl per Depot) Cumberland, Brennan, Carieux, Haxa, Mohanna, Venzeatic League, Gallian Trade League, Tierra Roja 14 Houses of Harmony (6 at Home; 8 in Cumberland) Income: 107,000 Syl Population: 11,000 Syl Metropolis (1): 10,000 Syl Cities (5): 15,000 Syl CDs (6): 24,000 Syl HoH (14): 14,000 Syl CI (9): 9,000 Syl TD (4): 16,000 Syl Trade (8): 8,000 Syl VR (T2)(2): 4 Vitramite AS (3): 3 ASP HI (3): 3 AP/NP Expenses: 3,000 Syl Men in arms: 1,000 Syl Airforce: 2,000 Syl + 2 VR 1894 A year of dreadful news, but also news that lighten the hearts and moods of everyone in the Empire. Early this year, the Emperor becomes proud father of a roundfaced litte princess, whose cheerfulness brings joy to court and country! Guan-Yu Sule-Bahk is born, healthy and strong, blessed by the spirits. Whilst she has many years still to grow up and learn, already some murmur that she might bring great changes and new hope to Johwa in light of the circumstances of their tribal kin to the North-East. The Emperor does not idle however and continues to steer the nation through the tides of politics, trade, war and peace. Stoic in his intentions, nobody truly knows what his ultimate goal might be, but for now the councillors and dedicants seem content. One of the recent achievements are the new train engine running on Vitramite, which in combination with the ongoing infrastructure improvements should knit together the spacious country, as well as, making travelling on ground safer and easier. Not everyone can or wants to fly. The young Princess Elizabeth, barely a year in court, already convinced the more open-minded members of the family and country to support her notion of founding a research commission under her, to pursue projects that serve all of Syullin and in extent the citizens and people of Johwa! Actions: The new Emperor Jun-Seo continues his policy of industrial development, in order to increase the GNP, as well as the resources available to all areas of the nation. Still influenced strongly by the Dedicants, he also continues the military investments: The rail system needs to brought to full speed, in line with the newly started development of the new train models, he wants that all cities and towns have full access to the network. Furthermore, the roads need to improved and paved accordingly, to allow for easier traffic, motorized or not, and wide enough so they may avoid eachother and not clog up the roads. (Another -20,000 Syl into Infrastructure; Total: 1889: 4k, 1890: 20k, 1891: 20k, 1892: 20k 1893: 20k) Another two trade depots are opened due to the new influx of merchants from the Old World. (-20,000 Syl for 2 Trade Depot) Hand in hand with the Eastward Expansion over the mountains, the Emperor decrees that the newly staked lands shall be settled by the people of Syullin and in extent be open for the people of Johwa. Be it from the tribes or from the neighbouring nations, anyone is welcome to settle there, as long as they do not anger the spirits and maintain the balance of the land. The outpost is to be fortified and expanded upon to form a first proper township. The surrounding lands are claimed and parcelled for the volunteers and settlers that are coming from the homelands to the West. The previously sent Light Infantry Brigades are there to assist. (-5,500 Syl) Foreign loan requests are granted to the Kingdom of Bellica. (-10,000 Syl) As per agreement with the rowdy and sometimes rather rude Rojans, specially designed Houses of Harmony are being established in their cities and towns, to bring spirit and balance to them, whilst retaining the Rojan distinctiveness. (-10,000 Syl for the half paid by Syullin for 8 Houses of Harmony) Received funds from the Gallian Trade League are diverted into the research project on agriculture. (-10,000 Syl, valued at 11,000 Syl) Another Vitramite Mine and Refinery are being constructed. (-10,000 Syl) The very first Hwangje-Class Battleship is being constructed in the Empire. Named after the current Emperor himself, it shall become a centerpiece of the expanding air forces of Syullin. (-3 ASP; -14,000 Syl for T3 Battleship) The land forces of Syullin receive reinforcements, as two brigades of the Infantry march North to the site where the Gallian League will set up their outposts. Recruitment consists of a well-equipped brigade of Infantry, as well as a new set of Field Guns. (-3 AP; -6,000 Syl T3 Infantry; -6,000 Syl for Field Artillery) The remaining funds are allocated to Princess Elizabeth’s medical research. (-2,500 Syl, valued at 2,750 Syl) Continued diplomatic outreach to the neighbours as well as the newly met foreigners from abroad. (MOD) Assessment of the current research projects. (MOD) The remaining resources are being stockpiled. (15 S, 7 VR) Research (Passive 3 slots + 10% bonus): The old Longhorn Rifles brought over (with schematics even, probably to be able to reproduce them as needed) from the Old World have proved outdated and very clunky. Whilst there was originally no need to improve upon the ol’ reliable, the Dedicants deem it suitable to upgrade the general equipment, introduce standardization and allow for easier construction of infantry rifles, as the Longhorns were mostly made by hand, with only a few steps automated. They wish to call it the Bohoja Rifle. (Started 1889, a new bolt-action rifle to replace the predecessor from the Old World, due in 1891; concluded) The improvement of agricultural methods has been a longstanding issue with the Empire. Whilst mostly forgotten due to other more important “concerns”, a new wind to push projects regarding optimal crop rotation and soil retention has come from nobody else than the Empress herself. Having a garden herself, where she grows vegetables for her family and most importantly for her dying husband, it is a very personal topic to her. By her claims, good soil gives good crops. Good crops are inhabitated by good spirits that give good life essence to the people, to prolong their lives and increase their fertility, making them strong and healthy as a whole. (Re-started 1889, after six years of “pause”, due in 1897; Investments 17,050 Syl (1892)) In order to not only increase the capacity, but also the speed of transportation for wares and people across the growing Empire of Syullin, a new train engine is to replace the old fashioned coal powered models. Vitramite comes in mind as a potential candidate. (Started 1889, due in 1894; concluded 1894) Communication over long distances proves to be still difficult. The wiring is often faulty and outdated, the cables not always capable of resisting the unregular electricity from the power grids of the nation. So, Project Bosang, is meant to streamline and optimize these grids of the nation. Starting with Voltage, Ampere, et cetera, they are to eliminate and unify the methods of generating power as well as bringing them up to par, so that the cables (and other devices of course) may not suffer the same issues they had in the past. (Started 1891, due 1898) Whilst herbal medicine has always been a strength of the inhabitants of the continent Johwa, these remedies are sometimes not readily available for the men on exploration or in war. Fresh ingredients of certain healing herbs do not grow everywhere, and as such, the newly found research commission under Princess Elizabeth of Brennan pursues to amend that through the invention of methods that allow to convert the well-practiced healing concoctions into lasting, modern pills and medicine. It’s a monstrous task for sure, as the Library of Healing in the capital houses thousands of century-old manuscripts, but nevertheless, the effort must be made for the good of all the people! (Started 1894; due ??)
  2. Empire of Syullin Notable Characters: Emperor Jun-Seo Sule-Bahk – 47 years old (inaugurated 1890) Empress Li-Yu Sule-Bahk – 37 years old Imperial Successor Jun-San Sule-Bahk – 17 years old Emperor’s Mother Yun-Seo Oldbarrow-Bahk – 65 years old Imperial Prince Ji-hu Sule-Bahk – 45 years old Imperial Princess Min-Seo Sule-Bahk – 27 years old – Married to Prince James of Brennan Lord Dedicant Thomas Valence – 75 years old Dedicant Richard Valence – 39 years old Dedicant Gi-mun Cheong – 55 years old Dedicant Dong-hyeon Yie – 43 years old Dedicant Ro-Hon Ito – 27 years old Population: 54,121,608 + 1,082,433 (2%) 1 Metropolis, 5 cities Ground Forces: 6 Brigades of Regular Infantry T3 (30,000) 2 Brigade of Light Infantry T3 (10,000) 200 Field Guns Sky Forces: 8 Mae-Class Corvettes 2 Dogsuli-Class Destroyers 1 Jajonsim-Class Cruiser (T1) 100 Sae-Type A Fighters 20 Mogi-Type A Heavy Fighters Industry: 2 Vitramite Mines 2 Vitramite Refineries 3 Steel Mill – 9 S 9 Civilian Industry 3 Airshipyards 3 Heavy Industry Economy: 6 Commercial Districts 3 Trade Depots (6 trade partners = 3,000 Syl per Depot) Income: 89,000 Syl Population: 10,000 Syl Metropolis (1): 10,000 Syl Cities (5): 15,000 Syl CDs (6): 24,000 Syl HoH (6): 6,000 Syl CI (9): 9,000 Syl TD (3): 9,000 Syl Trade (6): 6,000 Syl VR (2): 2 Vitramite AS (3): 3 ASP HI (3): 3 AP/NP Expenses: 1,000 Syl Men in arms: 1,000 Syl Airforce: 1,000 Syl + 1 VR 1893 New Trade and new opportunities come from abroad, as the ranks of foreign merchants grow, bringing new wares into the Empire. Acting as embassies alike, the Empire of Syullin orders the construction of eight Houses of Harmony with the newly established trade partner of the Principality of Cumberland. Rumors do have it, that the founder, Gregor Oldbarrow, might have come from said region, albeit he himself never giving any official statement regarding his place of birth. It seems he wanted to leave the Old World behind for what it was worth. Jun-San, the heir of the Empire, has turned 17, and now it was deemed fit by his father Emperor Jun-Seo to marry him to the princess of Brennan as per their agreement, cementing a long-lasting alliance with two ties at once between the two realms. Actions: Celebrations are in order, as the nation spends lavishly for the wedding of the Imperial Successor to the Princess of Brennan. Jun-San Sule-Bahk and Elizabeth of Brennan are married in a tremendous ceremony in the capital of Syullin. (-4,000 Syl for the wedding) The new Emperor Jun-Seo continues his policy of industrial development, in order to increase the GNP, as well as the resources available to all areas of the nation. Still influenced strongly by the Dedicants, he also continues the military investments: The rail system needs to brought to full speed, in line with the newly started development of the new train models, he wants that all cities and towns have full access to the network. Furthermore, the roads need to improved and paved accordingly, to allow for easier traffic, motorized or not, and wide enough so they may avoid eachother and not clog up the roads. (Another -20,000 Syl into Infrastructure; Total: 1889: 4k, 1890: 20k, 1891: 20k, 1892: 20k) Another trade depot is opened due to the new influx of merchants from the Principality of Cumberland. (-10,000 Syl for 1 Trade Depot) With the new materials from Cumberland, the Empire begins construction of new warships as follows: -4 ASP, -22,000 Syl for 2 T3 Jajonsim-Class Cruisers -4 ASP, -6,000 Syl for 2 Dogsuli-Class Destroyers As per agreement with Cumberland, the Empire invests a substantial sum of 20,000 Syl into the contractual construction of Houses of Harmony in every major location in the principality. (-20,000 Syl for 8 Houses of Harmony in Cumberland; for receiving 12 ASP) Eastward, the Empire sends their companies of Light Infantry, to establish two new outposts on the frontier, over the mountains, to claim new lands, rich and fertile, for the Empire. (-5,000 Syl for two outposts) Continued diplomatic outreach to the neighbours as well as the newly met foreigners from abroad. (MOD) Assessment of the current research projects. (MOD) The remaining resources are being stockpiled. (12 S, 5 VR) Research (Passive 3 slots + 10% bonus): The old Longhorn Rifles brought over (with schematics even, probably to be able to reproduce them as needed) from the Old World have proved outdated and very clunky. Whilst there was originally no need to improve upon the ol’ reliable, the Dedicants deem it suitable to upgrade the general equipment, introduce standardization and allow for easier construction of infantry rifles, as the Longhorns were mostly made by hand, with only a few steps automated. They wish to call it the Bohoja Rifle. (Started 1889, a new bolt-action rifle to replace the predecessor from the Old World, due in 1891; concluded) The improvement of agricultural methods has been a longstanding issue with the Empire. Whilst mostly forgotten due to other more important “concerns”, a new wind to push projects regarding optimal crop rotation and soil retention has come from nobody else than the Empress herself. Having a garden herself, where she grows vegetables for her family and most importantly for her dying husband, it is a very personal topic to her. By her claims, good soil gives good crops. Good crops are inhabitated by good spirits that give good life essence to the people, to prolong their lives and increase their fertility, making them strong and healthy as a whole. (Re-started 1889, after six years of “pause”, due in 1897; Investments 17,050 Syl (1892)) In order to not only increase the capacity, but also the speed of transportation for wares and people across the growing Empire of Syullin, a new train engine is to replace the old fashioned coal powered models. Vitramite comes in mind as a potential candidate. (Started 1889, due in 1894) Communication over long distances proves to be still difficult. The wiring is often faulty and outdated, the cables not always capable of resisting the unregular electricity from the power grids of the nation. So, Project Bosang, is meant to streamline and optimize these grids of the nation. Starting with Voltage, Ampere, et cetera, they are to eliminate and unify the methods of generating power as well as bringing them up to par, so that the cables (and other devices of course) may not suffer the same issues they had in the past. (Started 1891, due 1898)
  3. Empire of Syullin Notable Characters: Emperor Jun-Seo Sule-Bahk – 46 years old (inaugurated 1890) Empress Li-Yu Sule-Bahk – 36 years old Imperial Successor Jun-San Sule-Bahk – 16 years old Emperor’s Mother Yun-Seo Oldbarrow-Bahk – 64 years old Imperial Prince Ji-hu Sule-Bahk – 44 years old Imperial Princess Min-Seo Sule-Bahk – 26 years old Lord Dedicant Thomas Valence – 74 years old Dedicant Richard Valence – 38 years old Dedicant Gi-mun Cheong – 54 years old Dedicant Dong-hyeon Yie – 42 years old Dedicant Ro-Hon Ito – 26 years old Population: 53,060,400 + 1,061,208 (2%) 1 Metropolis, 5 cities Ground Forces: 6 Brigades of Regular Infantry T3 (30,000) 2 Brigade of Light Infantry T3 (10,000) 200 Field Guns Sky Forces: 8 Mae-Class Corvettes 1 Jajonsim-Class Cruiser 100 Sae-Type A Fighters Industry: 1 Vitramite Mine 1 Vitramite Refinery 2 Steel Mill – 6 S 9 Civilian Industry 2 Airshipyards 3 Heavy Industry Economy: 6 Commercial Districts 2 Trade Depots (6 trade partners = 3,000 Syl per Depot) Income: 86,000 Syl Population: 10,000 Syl Metropolis (1): 10,000 Syl Cities (5): 15,000 Syl CDs (6): 24,000 Syl HoH (6): 6,000 Syl CI (9): 9,000 Syl TD (2): 6,000 Syl Trade (6): 6,000 Syl VR (1): 1 Vitramite AS (2): 2 ASP HI (3): 3 AP/NP Expenses: 1,000 Syl Men in arms: 1,000 Syl 1892 The skies are brimming of foreign vessels reaching the lands of Syullin and their neighbours. The Dedicants are concerned with the current safety of the Empire, advising Emperor Jun-Seo to invest into the rapid armanent of the nation, to avoid falling behind. Given their concerns were not unfounded based on the rumors of aggression that has happened in the West, words of war trickling in from the new envoys received from the foreigners, the Emperor gives in and orders the allocation of funds for a proper self defense force for the Empire, which should also increase the power projection on their continent. On a lighter note, the double bond between Syullin and the neighbouring Brennan is announced, with a wedding and a bretrothal taking place! A pair of princes and princesses join in order to forge an alliance that will be unbreakable and strengthen both nations alike, for the good and safety of the whole continent! Actions: A marriage and a bethrothal is conducted between the Empire of Syullin and the Kingdom of Brennan, Prince James of Brennan marriesthe Emperor’s sister Min-Seo Sule-Bahk, whilst the Imperial Successor Jun-San Sule-Bahk is betrothed to Princess Elizabeth of Brennan. Great festivities are arranged throughout the Empire for the future alliance on the continent. Together they may lead the native people to greatness! (-5,000 Syl for festivities) The new Emperor Jun-Seo continues his policy of industrial development, in order to increase the GNP, as well as the resources available to all areas of the nation. Similar to last year the improvements are as follows: The rail system needs to brought to full speed, in line with the newly started development of the new train models, he wants that all cities and towns have full access to the network. Furthermore, the roads need to improved and paved accordingly, to allow for easier traffic, motorized or not, and wide enough so they may avoid eachother and not clog up the roads. (Another -20,000 Syl into Infrastructure; Total: 1890: 20k, 1891: 20k) Another trade depot is opened due to the new influx of merchants from the Venzeatic League. (-10,000 Syl for 1 Trade Depot) The Empire constructs the first Mogi-Type A series fighter craft to supplement the lighter Sae-Type A fighter craft built previous year. (-3 AP; -7,000 Syl for 20 fighters) In order to fulfill the fuel demands of the growing fleet and airforce, the Empire begins the exploitation of another Vitramium deposit. Furthermore in the closest city a refinery is built to acommodate the surplus of ore. (-10,000 Syl for a V-Mine and V-Refinery) The Airshipyards of the Empire begin the construction of two Dogsuli-Class destroyers. (-4 ASP; -6,000 Syl for 2 Destroyers) Another Airshipyard is constructed, as well as another Steelmill in order to increase the resource capacity of the nation for the future. (-12,500 Syl for said buildings) The remainder is invested into the Agricultural project by the Emperor’s Mother. (-15,500 Syl, valued at 17,050 Syl) Continued diplomatic outreach to the neighbours as well as the newly met foreigners from abroad. (MOD) Assessment of the current research projects. (MOD) The remaining resources are being stockpiled. (3 S, 4 VR) Research (Passive 3 slots + 10% bonus): The old Longhorn Rifles brought over (with schematics even, probably to be able to reproduce them as needed) from the Old World have proved outdated and very clunky. Whilst there was originally no need to improve upon the ol’ reliable, the Dedicants deem it suitable to upgrade the general equipment, introduce standardization and allow for easier construction of infantry rifles, as the Longhorns were mostly made by hand, with only a few steps automated. They wish to call it the Bohoja Rifle. (Started 1889, a new bolt-action rifle to replace the predecessor from the Old World, due in 1891; concluded) The improvement of agricultural methods has been a longstanding issue with the Empire. Whilst mostly forgotten due to other more important “concerns”, a new wind to push projects regarding optimal crop rotation and soil retention has come from nobody else than the Empress herself. Having a garden herself, where she grows vegetables for her family and most importantly for her dying husband, it is a very personal topic to her. By her claims, good soil gives good crops. Good crops are inhabitated by good spirits that give good life essence to the people, to prolong their lives and increase their fertility, making them strong and healthy as a whole. (Re-started 1889, after six years of “pause”, due in 1897) In order to not only increase the capacity, but also the speed of transportation for wares and people across the growing Empire of Syullin, a new train engine is to replace the old fashioned coal powered models. Vitramite comes in mind as a potential candidate. (Started 1889, due in 1894) Communication over long distances proves to be still difficult. The wiring is often faulty and outdated, the cables not always capable of resisting the unregular electricity from the power grids of the nation. So, Project Bosang, is meant to streamline and optimize these grids of the nation. Starting with Voltage, Ampere, et cetera, they are to eliminate and unify the methods of generating power as well as bringing them up to par, so that the cables (and other devices of course) may not suffer the same issues they had in the past. (Started 1891)
  4. Kingdom of Danwent – 1529 News dire, and news great. At least for King Thoryus Armon. His friend Hasoran Alaari was wounded in battle against the throats in the East. For many years and with such loyalty, he felt helpless as he had to stay in the Capital to run affairs for the Realm and maneuver the seas of politics. Numeria and Symon were still embroiled at war, the former unrelenting, the latter in a state of growing unrest amongst its nobles, men with Republican ideals having grown stronger, something Thoryus did not reject quite as such, but a system he has decided to go against for its tendency to become bloated and corrupt, a curse that caused the Civil War in Danwent in the first place. And yet, for Symon it might just do that again, if there is much more momentum being gained. Naturally, there were still the old Republicans of Danwent that fled on the eve of their defeat those years ago. If they were to bring their knowledge to Symon, it could prove fatal for longer term relationships and would force Danwent to intervene. Intervention. A word Thoryus did not enjoy. He wished for nothing but peace and the establishment of a balance of power in the region. There was the danger of the Throats to the far East, where he has sent forces to fight them, for the safety of all of Naros, if not the world. Numeria and Symon at war, with one final winner might tip the balance. To the West, Bourdeleaux loomed, probably recovering from their bout with the Lithborn and even further West, beyond Galahar, powers were at war that he had only heard about in rumors and fragments of stories. Sometimes the King felt his gaze was cast too far, too wide, too deep into the future, what might be, what will be. On a lighter note, at least something that brought joy to court and country, was the birth of his first son. Soryon Armon, strong and healthy, blessed by the Elder Soul through High Priest Kaylius Sarnari, an heir to the throne. More RP to be added as required. Nation Info: Government: Feudal Monarchy with one King. People of note: King Thoryus Armon, aged 55 Queen Alma of Symon, aged 19 Prince Soryon Armon, aged 1 High Priest Kaylius Sarnari, aged 49 Duke Aywentos Rumaari, Master of Word, aged 52 Duke Otto von Mikkelbach, aged 46 Duke Hasoran Alaari, Master of War, aged 49 Count Theodos Abemani, Master of Ships, aged 52 Count Tarun Syndrii, aged 37 Knight Solanus Rumaari, aged 24 Population: 41,826,561 this year. (4,500,000 Starter) Growth: 3% + 4,5% (farms) + 0,25% Moranese Wheat + 1% (national idea) + 0% Growth Spell (cooldown 1 turns) + 2% Elder Soul Blessings (T5) 187 farmsteads. Cities: Tzaria (1,500,000 inhabitants) (Capital) – Market (IV), Trade Port, Manufactory, School, Church, Great Wonder (T5), Merchant Guild, Trading Company, three barracks, Military academy, Tall Stone Wall (1 layer) Essevith (1,000,000 inhabitants) (Starter) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, three barracks, Church, Manufactory Ruhia (1,000,000 inhabitants) (Starter) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, Trading Company, three barracks, Temple, Manufactory Susvii (1,000,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, Trade Port, Trading Company, three barracks, Manufactory Koryii (1,000,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, three barracks, Manufactory Wessevith (1,000,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, three barracks, Manufactory Raedia (1,000,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, Trade Port, Trading Company, three barracks, Manufactory Rohsor (600,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, Trade Port, Trading Company, three barracks, Temple, Manufactory Esorvor (600,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, Trading Company, three barracks, Manufactory Razryii (600,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, Trade Port, three barracks, Manufactory Solinyii (500,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, Trade Port, three barracks, Manufactory Rotyia (500,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, Trade Port, Manufactory Hybria (700,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, Manufactory Shovia (600,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, Manufactory Tzarkyii (600,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, Manufactory Arevith (600,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, Manufactory Esolia (500,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, Manufactory Krytor (500,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild Caldria (500,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild, Trade Port Morvera (500,000 inhabitants) – Low Stone Walls (1 layer), Merchant Guild Towns: Eaysir (500,000 inhabitants) Rochtor (500,000 inhabitants) Librii (500,000 inhabitants) Nonvii (500,000 inhabitants) Viceria (500,000 inhabitants) Settlements: National Budget: Treasury: 0 Duwats. Income: 378,500 Duwats Base Income: +3,000 Duwats Economic Points: +4,000 Duwats Merchant Guilds (20): +60,000 Duwats Trade Partners (14/14): (Symon, Numeria, Bordealeux, Eadni, Galahar, Librarians, Fyr Darrick, Trident, Volarucio, Äulem, Elea, Nascent, Ruhn) +19,500 Duwats Trade node of Susvii: +3,000 Duwats (city + trade port) Population Taxation: +123,000 Duwats Trade Port of Tzaria: +7,000 Duwats (14/14 trade partners) Trade Port of Susvii: +7,000 Duwats (14/14 trade partners) Trade Port of Raedia: +7,000 Duwats (14/14 trade partners) Trade Port of Rohsor: +7,000 Duwats (14/14 trade partners) Trade Port of Razryii: +7,000 Duwats (14/14 trade partners) Trade Port of Solinyii: +7,000 Duwats (14/14 trade partners) Trade Port of Rotyia: +7,000 Duwats (14/14 trade partners) Trade Port of Caldria: +7,000 Duwats (14/14 trade partners) Increased Trade (event, Games of Danwent): +5,000 Duwats Towns & Cities: +66,000 Duwats Danwentii Wheat: +1,500 Duwats Manufactories (17): +17,000 Duwats Road tolls: +1,500 Duwats Exports: +17,000 Duwats Caravels arriving at Danwent: +2,000 Duwats (4 from Galahar, 4 from the Fey) Expenditure: 31,250 Duwats Armed Forces: -17,250 Duwats Total of 52,600 men. Equals -17,000 gold for land maintenance. -250 gold for Veteran Upkeep. Bronze Legion (T3 Unique Medium Infantry) at 10,175 men (2,700 garrisoned) – Regular Bronze Legion (T3 Unique Medium Infantry) at 250 men – Veteran (upkeep -50% from academy) T1 Regular Light Archers at 3,250 men (1,500 garrisoned) T2 Regular Medium Archers at 1,500 men (500 garrisoned) Danwentii Pavise Crossbows (T3 Unique Crossbows) at 8,425 men (3,300 garrisoned) T3 Regular Medium Cavalry at 4,250 men T3 Regular Medium Infantry at 6,500 men (called Western Guard, not unique) T3 Light Infantry at 9,000 men T3 Light Archers at 8,200 men T3 Symonese Heavy Infantry at 350 men T3 Symonese Medium Infantry at 700 men 2 Mage 25 Adepts Naval Forces: -5,000 Duwats 10 galleys at 250 men each Fortifications: -9,000 Duwats 1 Castle in Ruhia (-1,000 Duwats) manned by 500 Light Archers 1 Keep in Essevith (No upkeep) manned by 500 Light Archers 1 Fortress in Tzaria (-2,000 Duwats) manned by 500 Light Archers, 500 Medium Archers, 500 Bronze Legion 1 Castle in Tzarkyii (-1,000 Duwats) manned by 600 Danwent Pavise, 400 Bronze Legion 1 Castle in Hybria (-1,000 Duwats) manned by 600 Danwent Pavise, 400 Bronze Legion 1 Castle in Koryii (-1,000) manned by 600 Danwent Pavise, 400 Bronze Legion 1 Castle in Esorvor (-1,000 Duwats) manned by 600 Danwent Pavise, 400 Bronze Legion 1 Castle in Shovia (-1,000 Duwats) manned by 600 Danwent Pavise, 400 Bronze Legion 1 Castle in Krytor (-1,000 Duwats) manned by 600 Danwent Pavise, 400 Bronze Legion Available currency: 347,250 Duwats National Resources: 4 unit of Danwentii (Moranese) Wheat for trade (Market in Tzaria) (Exporting to Sehmon (3k), Trident (4k), Surya (5k), Bourdeleaux (5k) (4)) Actions: Thirty stretches of Farmland are ordered for the growing population in Danwent. (-75,000 Duwats) The new province capitals receive the necessary infrastructure in order to be called true province capitals! (-75,000 Duwats for five Cities) The project for the eagles continues as planned, fresh adepts joining the lot with funding from Tzaria by the High Priest’s decree. It is important that these birds become an asset and a method of communication for the growing Kingdom of Danwent! (-10,000 Duwats as additional funding + more magic! MOD) Four new companies of Bronze Legion at 2,000 men, as well as three new companies of Danwent Pavise at 1,500 men are being trained in order to strengthen the armies of Danwent again. (-39,500 Duwats, all T3) Furthermore, nine companies of Western Guards (Regular Infantry) at 4,500 men are being assembled in Hybria, to increase the basic manpower at arms, as the Bronze Legion begins to number too few to maintain all duties. (-36,000 Duwats, all T3) Fifteen additional barracks are constructed, spread throughout the cities to increase the recruitment capacity of the sprawling nation and react to the harsh reality of the upcoming threat in the East with the Throats. Many more men will die there. (-75,000 Duwats) Finally, six carracks are being constructed at behest of Theodos Abemani, as it becomes essential for Danwent to guard its own interests on the seas, not only by coastal galleys, but also by proper ships-of-the-line at high seas. (-36,000 Duwats) The remainder is retained. (-750 Duwats) Aywentos Rumaari stays in the Symonese Empire to assess the dissent there further, trying to get a clear picture of how dire the situation is and how high the chances of a civil war might be. He also pays the wounded Duke Hasoran a visit in the East. (Mod) Tarun Syndrii is sent to Numeria, Solanus Rumaari is sent to Symon, both with the mission to try to bring them to peace talks, ending the bloodshed for the Eye of Naros. (Mod)
  5. Empire of Syullin Notable Characters: Emperor Jun-Seo Sule-Bahk – 45 years old (inaugurated 1890) Empress Li-Yu Sule-Bahk – 35 years old Imperial Successor Jun-San Sule-Bahk – 15 years old Emperor’s Mother Yun-Seo Oldbarrow-Bahk – 63 years old Imperial Prince Ji-hu Sule-Bahk – 43 years old Imperial Princess Min-Seo Sule-Bahk – 25 years old Lord Dedicant Thomas Valence – 73 years old Dedicant Richard Valence – 37 years old Dedicant Gi-mun Cheong – 53 years old Dedicant Dong-hyeon Yie – 41 years old Dedicant Ro-Hon Ito – 25 years old Population: 52,020,000 + 1,040,400 (2%) 1 Metropolis, 5 cities Ground Forces: 4 Brigades of Regular Infantry (20,000) 2 Brigade of Light Infantry (10,000) 100 Field Guns Sky Forces: 8 Mae-Class Corvettes 1 Jajonsim-Class Cruiser Industry: 1 Vitramite Mine 1 Vitramite Refinery 2 Steel Mill – 6 S 5 Civilian Industry 2 Airshipyards 3 Heavy Industry Economy: 6 Commercial Districts 2 Trade Depots (5 trade partners = 2,000 Syl per Depot) Income: 79,000 Syl Population: 10,000 Syl Metropolis (1): 10,000 Syl Cities (5): 15,000 Syl CDs (6): 24,000 Syl HoH (6): 6,000 Syl CI (5): 5,000 Syl TD (2): 4,000 Syl Trade (5): 5,000 Syl VR (1): 1 Vitramite AS (2): 2 ASP HI (3): 3 AP/NP Expenses: 1,000 Syl Men in arms: 1,000 Syl 1891 The news of foreigners stranding on the shores of Syullin, as well as the encounter with another foreign vessel in the high skies, ripple through the upper ranks of the government of the Empire. Caution is important when dealing with these foreigners, as they may easily prove to be capable foes, but resourceful friends too. Syullin itself was not prepared for a potential conflict, considering the ambition of the Emperor was to bring the realms of his home continent into his sphere. For such, diplomacy must be conducted and formal ties must be established. A step at a time, on many different paths. May the spirits guide the Emperor Jun-Seo Sule-Bahk to be righteous in the coming years of his reign, wise in his decisions and kind to those who support him, but also those who oppose him. Actions: The new Emperor Jun-Seo continues his policy of industrial development, in order to increase the GNP, as well as the resources available to all areas of the nation. Similar to last year the improvements are as follows: The rail system needs to brought to full speed, in line with the newly started development of the new train models, he wants that all cities and towns have full access to the network. Furthermore, the roads need to improved and paved accordingly, to allow for easier traffic, motorized or not, and wide enough so they may avoid eachother and not clog up the roads. (Another -20,000 Syl into Infrastructure) Several cities receive industrial complexes that are to produce commodities and goods for the civilian populace. An increased satisfaction should boost the market, with people willing to spend more money, they may earn in the very same factories in the first place. (-20,000 Syl, 4 CIs) The Lord Dedicant orders the recruitment of two new companies of Infantry to bolster the ground strength of the Empire. Recruited from the substantial pool of volunteers who pursue a career in military, this is not really a force of conscripts. (-2 AP, -14,000 Syl for 2 T3 Infantry companies at 10,000 men) The forges of the Empire bring a new whole array of field guns to the armed forces, who might be in dire need for stronger firepower in the future. (-2 AP, -6,000 Syl for 100 Field Artillery) Lastly, a squadron of fighters gets constructed, with pilots being trained, to have something lighter in the skies than just the Mae-class corvettes. They shall be piloting the Mogi-Type-A, a recent fighter development that has proven to be reliable and long lasting, in the skies, though it’s armament is rather limited. (-2 AP, -6,000 Syl for 100 Fighters) The remainder of the available funds are being allocated to the improvement of the train engine, hand in hand with the ongoing infrastructural investments. (-12,000 Syl to the train project, valued at 13,200 Syl) Continued diplomatic outreach to the neighbours as well as the newly met foreigners from abroad. (MOD) Assessment of the current research projects. (MOD) The remaining resources are being stockpiled. (2 ASP, 2 S, 3 VR) Research (Passive 3 slots + 10% bonus): The old Longhorn Rifles brought over (with schematics even, probably to be able to reproduce them as needed) from the Old World have proved outdated and very clunky. Whilst there was originally no need to improve upon the ol’ reliable, the Dedicants deem it suitable to upgrade the general equipment, introduce standardization and allow for easier construction of infantry rifles, as the Longhorns were mostly made by hand, with only a few steps automated. They wish to call it the Bohoja Rifle. (Started 1889, a new bolt-action rifle to replace the predecessor from the Old World, due in 1891) The improvement of agricultural methods has been a longstanding issue with the Empire. Whilst mostly forgotten due to other more important “concerns”, a new wind to push projects regarding optimal crop rotation and soil retention has come from nobody else than the Empress herself. Having a garden herself, where she grows vegetables for her family and most importantly for her dying husband, it is a very personal topic to her. By her claims, good soil gives good crops. Good crops are inhabitated by good spirits that give good life essence to the people, to prolong their lives and increase their fertility, making them strong and healthy as a whole. (Re-started 1889, after six years of “pause”, due in 1897) In order to not only increase the capacity, but also the speed of transportation for wares and people across the growing Empire of Syullin, a new train engine is to replace the old fashioned coal powered models. Vitramite comes in mind as a potential candidate. (Started 1889, due in 1895) Communication over long distances proves to be still difficult. The wiring is often faulty and outdated, the cables not always capable of resisting the unregular electricity from the power grids of the nation. So, Project Bosang, is meant to streamline and optimize these grids of the nation. Starting with Voltage, Ampere, et cetera, they are to eliminate and unify the methods of generating power as well as bringing them up to par, so that the cables (and other devices of course) may not suffer the same issues they had in the past. (On Hold)
  6. Empire of Syullin Notable Characters: Emperor Gregor Oldbarrow – 90 years old (deceased 1890) Empress Yun-Seo Oldbarrow-Bahk – 62 years old Emperor Jun-Seo Sule-Bahk – 44 years old (inaugurated 1890) Imperial Prince Ji-hu Sule-Bahk – 42 years old Imperial Princess Min-Seo Sule-Bahk – 24 years old Lord Dedicant Thomas Valence – 72 years old Dedicant Richard Valence – 36 years old Dedicant Gi-mun Cheong – 52 years old Dedicant Dong-hyeon Yie – 40 years old Population: 51,000,000 + 1,020,000 (2%) 1 Metropolis, 5 cities Ground Forces: 4 Brigades of Regular Infantry (20,000) 2 Brigade of Light Infantry (10,000) 100 Field Guns Sky Forces: 8 Mae-Class Corvettes Industry: 1 Vitramite Mine 1 Vitramite Refinery 2 Steel Mill – 6 S 1 Civilian Industry 2 Airshipyards 3 Heavy Industry Economy: 6 Commercial Districts Income: 66,000 Syl Population: 10,000 Syl Metropolis (1): 10,000 Syl Cities (5): 15,000 Syl CDs (6): 24,000 Syl HoH (6): 6,000 Syl CI (1): 1,000 Syl VR (1): 1 Vitramite AS (2): 2 ASP HI (3): 3 AP/NP Expenses: 1,000 Syl Men in arms: 1,000 Syl 1890 The Emperor is dead, long live the Emperor! After nearly six decades at the age of 90, Emperor Gregor Oldbarrow has joined the spirits and left the helm of the state to his oldest son, Jun-Seo Sule-Bahk. Jun-Seo has already proven in the past that he is a man of ambition who has great dreams for his great people and that he will not refrain from using force to achieve what he sees rightfully to be part of the Syullin. Actions: Not a man to grief for long, the new Emperor Jun-Seo continues his policy of industrial development, in order to increase the GNP, as well as the resources available to all areas of the nation. And so, with his newfound absolute authority, he orders the improvement of following: The rail system needs to brought to full speed, in line with the newly started development of the new train models, he wants that all cities and towns have full access to the network. Furthermore, the roads need to improved and paved accordingly, to allow for easier traffic, motorized or not, and wide enough so they may avoid eachother and not clog up the roads. (-20,000 Syl into Infrastrcuture) Several cities receive industrial complexes that are to produce commodities and goods for the civilian populace. An increased satisfaction should boost the market, with people willing to spend more money, they may earn in the very same factories in the first place. (-20,000 Syl, 4 CIs) With potential trade with the neighbouring underdeveloped countries, there must be room to acommodate them. Trade depots shall be built. Combined with the investments for infrastructure, the Empire of Syullin intends to become the gateway of their continent to the rest of the world, perhaps even the very protector of the natives. (-20,000 Syl, 2 Trade Depots) A bit to the dismay of the Lord Dedicant, only a singular Cruiser is being ordered for construction this time around. (-2 ASP, -5,000 Syl) Continued diplomatic outreach to the neighbours. (MOD) The corvettes now venture out into the sea, keeping sight of their homeland at all times. (MOD) The remaining resources are being stockpiled. (3 AP, 1 S, 2 VR) Research (Passive 3 slots + 10% bonus): The old Longhorn Rifles brought over (with schematics even, probably to be able to reproduce them as needed) from the Old World have proved outdated and very clunky. Whilst there was originally no need to improve upon the ol’ reliable, the Dedicants deem it suitable to upgrade the general equipment, introduce standardization and allow for easier construction of infantry rifles, as the Longhorns were mostly made by hand, with only a few steps automated. They wish to call it the Bohoja Rifle. (Started 1889, a new bolt-action rifle to replace the predecessor from the Old World, due in 1891) The improvement of agricultural methods has been a longstanding issue with the Empire. Whilst mostly forgotten due to other more important “concerns”, a new wind to push projects regarding optimal crop rotation and soil retention has come from nobody else than the Empress herself. Having a garden herself, where she grows vegetables for her family and most importantly for her dying husband, it is a very personal topic to her. By her claims, good soil gives good crops. Good crops are inhabitated by good spirits that give good life essence to the people, to prolong their lives and increase their fertility, making them strong and healthy as a whole. (Re-started 1889, after six years of “pause”, due in 1897) In order to not only increase the capacity, but also the speed of transportation for wares and people across the growing Empire of Syullin, a new train engine is to replace the old fashioned coal powered models. Vitramite comes in mind as a potential candidate. (Started 1889, due in 1895) Communication over long distances proves to be still difficult. The wiring is often faulty and outdated, the cables not always capable of resisting the unregular electricity from the power grids of the nation. So, Project Bosang, is meant to streamline and optimize these grids of the nation. Starting with Voltage, Ampere, et cetera, they are to eliminate and unify the methods of generating power as well as bringing them up to par, so that the cables (and other devices of course) may not suffer the same issues they had in the past. (On Hold)
  7. Empire of Syullin Starting Points: Size: 6 Army/Navy: 2 Aviation: 1 Industry: 3 Economy: 6 Education: 8 Development: 4 Notable Characters: Emperor Gregor Oldbarrow – 89 years old Empress Yun-Seo Oldbarrow-Bahk – 61 years old Imperial Successor (Prince) Jun-Seo Sule-Bahk – 43 years old Imperial Prince Ji-hu Sule-Bahk – 41 years old Imperial Princess Min-Seo Sule-Bahk – 23 years old Lord Dedicant Thomas Valence – 71 years old Dedicant Richard Valence – 35 years old Dedicant Gi-mun Cheong – 51 years old Dedicant Dong-hyeon Yie – 39 years old National Idea: To be determined. Unique Units: To be determined. Population: 50,000,000 + 1,000,000 (2%) 1 Metropolis, 5 cities Ground Forces: 3 Brigades of Regular Infantry (15,000) 1 Brigade of Light Infantry (5,000) 100 Field Guns Sky Forces: 6 Mae-Class Corvettes Industry: 1 Vitramite Mine 1 Vitramite Refinery 1 Steel Mill 1 Airshipyard 2 Heavy Industry Economy: 6 Commercial Districts Income: 59,000 Syl Population: 10,000 Syl Metropolis (1): 10,000 Syl Cities (5): 15,000 Syl CDs (6): 24,000 Syl VR (1): 1 Vitramite AS (1): 1 ASP HI (2): 2 AP/NP Expenses: None. 1889 The Emperor is sick. For over fifty years Gregor Oldbarrow, a man from an unknown land to our West has lived among us. He came a stranger, but proved to be the driving force that would unite our people. A foreigner he may be, but he inherited the very spirit of the land and the people that had lived on it for the infinite time past. And as he forged together what was meant to be together, he left none behind, but those who opposed the idea of unification and strength. Through these two elements of his rule, we came to peace and stability, prosperity and progress. And so, for the years to come, all was in balance. Was. The men at the top ranks of the governmental hierarchy are counting the days when their old monarch will at last leave for his last journey with the spirits of the world. Jun-Seo, the Imperial Successor has dreams and wishes he wants to pursue, directions where he wants to guide his country. As it stands, he does hold the support of the majority of the leaders and nobles, which has secured his position. But a younger brother lives in the shadows and then there is always the Lord Dedicant Thomas Valence, a lifelong companion of the Emperor, loyal advisor and aide. Nobody has the Emperor’s ear like him. These will be troublesome times coming up and the Empire of Syullin must prepare, or it may fall to foreign powers who prey upon their internal weakness that could manifest. Time will tell. Actions: Rapid industrial expansion is ordered by the Imperial Successor. Jun-Seo Sule-Bahk is unable to wait for his official succession and leverages his power as heir to the throne to push for investments in this regard. (1 Steel Mill, -2,500 Syl; 1 Civilian Industry complexes -5,000 Syl) Following the growing demands of the Dedicants to increase the industrial capacity for military production the Prince obliges. That was something his father has been opposed to for the majority of his reign, as he was a scientist, and not a soldier. (1 Airshipyard -10,000 Syl; 1 Heavy Industry -7,500 Syl) Another set of Mae-class corvettes leave the relatively new airshipyards. It has been only recently that the Empire of Syullin was able to establish functional engines for airship flight again. (-1 ASP, -2,000 Syl) Joining the armed forces are a new brigade of infantry and light infantry, volunteer-based they shall bolster the defensive capabilities on the ground. (-2 AP, -13,000 Syl, Regular T3) Long forgotten, the Houses of Harmony in the cities of the nation are refurbished and brought to pristine condition in order to fulfill their role in the society of the Empire of Syullin again. (6 Houses of Harmony, -15,000 Syl) The remaining funds for this year are focused on the bureaucracy to prepare it for the planned aggressive infrastructure expansion by the Imperial Successor. (-4,000 Syl) Diplomatic outreach is conducted to the neighbouring realms. (MOD) The Corvettes are sent on exploration through the skies, to cartograph the region, now proper, and see if there are other nations sharing this frontier as well. (MOD) As per directive of the Lord Dedicant, the Armed Forces start drilling and maneuvers in order to maintain and improve their expertise. (MOD) Research (Passive 3 slots + 10% bonus): The old Longhorn Rifles brought over (with schematics even, probably to be able to reproduce them as needed) from the Old World have proved outdated and very clunky. Whilst there was originally no need to improve upon the ol’ reliable, the Dedicants deem it suitable to upgrade the general equipment, introduce standardization and allow for easier construction of infantry rifles, as the Longhorns were mostly made by hand, with only a few steps automated. They wish to call it the Bohoja Rifle. (Started 1889, a new bolt-action rifle to replace the predecessor from the Old World) The improvement of agricultural methods has been a longstanding issue with the Empire. Whilst mostly forgotten due to other more important “concerns”, a new wind to push projects regarding optimal crop rotation and soil retention has come from nobody else than the Empress herself. Having a garden herself, where she grows vegetables for her family and most importantly for her dying husband, it is a very personal topic to her. By her claims, good soil gives good crops. Good crops are inhabitated by good spirits that give good life essence to the people, to prolong their lives and increase their fertility, making them strong and healthy as a whole. (Re-started 1889, after six years of “pause”) In order to not only increase the capacity, but also the speed of transportation for wares and people across the growing Empire of Syullin, a new train engine is to replace the old fashioned coal powered models. Vitramite comes in mind as a potential candidate. (Started 1889) Communication over long distances proves to be still difficult. The wiring is often faulty and outdated, the cables not always capable of resisting the unregular electricity from the power grids of the nation. So, Project Bosang, is meant to streamline and optimize these grids of the nation. Starting with Voltage, Ampere, et cetera, they are to eliminate and unify the methods of generating power as well as bringing them up to par, so that the cables (and other devices of course) may not suffer the same issues they had in the past. (On Hold)
  8. Discord: You have it. Name of Nation: Empire of Syullin Type of Government: Absolute Monarchy History/Culture: The Empire of Syullin was founded by the surviving expeditionary force that got stranded over fifty years ago, when their experimental prototype of airship suffered multiple engine failures. To this day, it is not known whether it was sabotage or the technology that has given in. Needless to say, the ship plummeted to the ground, crashing down in an early morning mist in lands unknown. Far from home with no way back, the survivors, scientists, soldiers and their families who originally anticipated a long-term research mission of potential new shores decided to settle down. But as it is with mankind, where you go, others come before you. They were not alone, and soon they established contact with the native populace, numerous, yet comparably underdeveloped and uneducated in terms of technology. It was a tenous peace as the old order was seen disturbed by the outsiders and the code of honor of the natives demanded balance. The first attacks came soon, but the outnumbered survivors had the best, the pre-Great-War-World had to offer. Aside from firepower, soon illnesses spread, as diseases unknown to the natives became rampant amongst their populace. In a stroke of genius, the leader, Marshal Gregor Oldbarrow offered the natives a trade. To all who would bow to them, moreso unite with them, they would provide medical care to the best of their abilities. Those who refused... were left to succumb to the unknown plagues from the Old World. And if any still survived, they were either conquered and assimilated into their more willing brethren or they already joined willingly themselves. And so, using nothing but the course of nature and modern science, the expedition survivors began forging together the vast tribes and clans in the region, small “feudal” holdings. In the coming years, they accepted and integrated the very nature and culture of the natives into their daily lives as leaders, in turn modernizing and educating the masses of eager citizens they had gained, some by sheer impression of godhood, which would continue to establish itself in a certain sense of fanaticism, others by simple curiosity. Fifty years later, the Empire of Syullin had reached a good degree of stability and size. Inhabitated by millions now, the rapid expansion slowed down, infrastructure has been erected by sheer force of will (and manpower aplenty), and the former “servants” have now become integral part of the government, even moreso leaders of this Empire. Forged by foreign forces, it had yet to be tempered by the very same, because at the very heart the 89 year old Emperor Oldbarrow knew, that the Old World hadn’t forgotten about them. Starting Points: Size: 6 Army/Navy: 2 Aviation: 1 Industry: 3 Economy: 6 Education: 8 Development: 4 Notable Characters: Emperor Gregor Oldbarrow – 89 years old Empress Yun-Seo Oldbarrow-Bahk – 61 years old Imperial Successor (Prince) Jun-Seo Sule-Bahk – 43 years old Imperial Prince Ji-hu Sule-Bahk – 41 years old Imperial Princess Min-Seo Sule-Bahk – 23 years old Lord Dedicant Thomas Valence – 71 years old Dedicant Richard Valence – 35 years old Dedicant Gi-mun Cheong – 51 years old Dedicant Dong-hyeon Yie – 39 years old National Idea: To be determined. Unique Units: To be determined. Map Position: As per PMs. Proof you’ve read the intro and the rules: Dúlamán.
  9. Looking for people who are interested in forming a new Human Realm. Feel free to poke me here on the forums 🙂

    1. argonian

      argonian

      whats ur idea 

  10. Name of your Charter: Himmelsbruck Owner's Username: Z3r05t4r Owner's Roleplay Name: Damron Stafyr Location (XYZ): -1250 X, 145 Y, -3030 Z Tier applying for: Tier 1
  11. Leaflets and notices begin to show up spread throughout the various cities and holdings of the known world. The message appears to be simple, written by hand, not in an elegant, but readable style. “To you my reader, to you my fellow man, my fellow Almannir, you who may be tired of war and conflict, one who seeks peace, neutrality, one who seeks a new start, one who may seek new chances! I call upon thee as Damron Stafyr, to join me in my quest to establish a new realm, one not guided by petty feuds and the hatred of bloodlines. For centuries past, my people the Almannir have been spread through the winds and without a real home, in vassalage to others, service loyally conducted but never rewarded the way it was just. I have a dream, where my people may be free, independent, and not ruled by a foreigner who sits miles away on a throne that has dragged itself through history on the backs and shoulders of the common people. The old principles of true loyalty, friendship, honor and integrity have been tossed aside long ago and exploited for personal gain. I want none of such. Thus I call for those who seek a new life, who identify themselves as Human, even as Almannir, to aid me in forming a new nation, that is not built on the hubris of individuals. Join me and together we may make our mark in history and establish a beautiful place for generations to come! Signed, Damron Stafyr, a man with a dream.” --- OOC: I am looking for people who hold interest in being part of forming a new nation. You are free to message me here on the forums, so I may explain and answer your questions. 🙂
  12. Silus closes the book he has been reading, sitting calmly at the riverbank of the city. “Two hundred years already, hm? Only seemed like yesterday when I first met both the trade princess and Mylas, Mylas Goldman. Or however he styled himself. I wonder what might come in the future? A place of little war, of extended periods of peace and prosperity... well, who knows. I am surprised but also content that this nation managed to live on.” He hums bemused, grabbing a cup of tea that is sitting on an end table next to him. “A little toast with tea, to trade and the sea. To another two hundred years, may I witness them all.”
  13. Looking for people to found a new human realm with. If you have interest, PM me.

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