Notable Awekian Figures

Timeline of Awekian Monarch

Though Sir Osiris the Knight was the founding leader and ruler of Awekia, beginning in the early 16th century, he married into the House of Jestor, and adopted their rulership as that of the newly born Awekian Kingdom. A crown that was throned upon Lionies Jestius, in eastern Italy in 1422, the Jestor kingdom is the official originators of the Awekian monarchy. However, with the marriage of King Osiris II and princess Kio, the kingdom merged with the Awenativian monarchy to accept the history lineage that dates back to the

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House of Maequezaks

The House of Maequezaks is honoured with the respect of being the official start of the Awekian crown. Hanskhan Maequezaks was the commander who forged the Awenativian empire of the mid-to-late 13th century, which spanned across the pacific ocean. The second largest empire of the century, behind the Mongol empire, he took the crown when he marched 300,000 jedixes into Tzian. A act against the hated Mariakitopo, who reluctantly gave over the crown and his eldest wife, Mariakita.

This house would see the unity of the five kingdoms of Awekian under the Awenativian empire. The dissolving of the old polytheistic beliefs and the conversion to Geistism, Quas Leia would personally see to the chifting of the Zodiceak Monks into Geistic proto-Zhans.

  • Tzas Hanskhan the Merchant King

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Real Name: Hanskhan Maequezaks

Birth Place: Kha'moana

Reign: 1257 - 1313

Birth Date: May 7, 1220

Death Date: 1313

Height / Weight: 5'10

Marriage: Mariakita of Tzian

Gender: Male

Ethnicity: Moanan

Nationality: Awenativian

Claim: Emperor of the Awenativian empire, marriage to Mariakita

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Note: The merchant child of Kha'moana, Hanskhan built the largest maritime empire of its time. Spanding from Awenativia to Hawaii, Inca to Indonesia, his command stretch across the entirety of the Pacific ocean, two centuries before the European discovery of the New World, and four centuries before the might of the European maritime empires. A man of order and marret, he was loved by the five kingdoms of Awenativian (Tizoc, Hwajenii, Ningen, Questria, Inqua) marched 300,000 into Tzian, to overthrow the hated Mariakitopo, who agreed to give him the crown and his eldest daughter, Mariakita.

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  • Quas Mariakita (H)

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Real Name: Mariakita Opo of Tzian

Birth Place: Tzian

Reign: 1257 -

Birth Date: 1226

Death Date: 1290

Height / Weight: 5'6

Marriage: Hanskhan Maequezaks

Gender: Female

Ethnicity: Tzianese

Nationality: Awenativian

Claim: Eldest daughter of Tzas Mariakitopo, sole wife of Hanskhan Maequezaks

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  • Tzas Jiwmu (H)

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Real Name: Jiwmu-zu Kamazushi-ojio Maequezaks

Birth Place: Kha'moana

Reign: 1313 - 1380

Birth Date: 1272

Death Date: 1322

Height / Weight: 5'10

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Nationality: Moanan & Tzianese

Claim: Rightful heir of Hanskhan and Mariakita, appointed to Tzashood in 1422

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  • Quas Leia (H)

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House of Jestius (Jestorian crown)

The short-lived monarchy of Jestor are the royalty behind Olivia the Olive. Wife of Tzas Osiris, she marks the Italian linkage to this ruined crown. Facing pressures in their home land of eastern Italy, they were the allies of the Venetians and Florancians, who often traded with them. Their artistic connections to Florence would lend to the boom of the Awekian Renaissance. The Jestius family would see their end due to their acquisition of art, gold, and gambling. They were disliked by the likes of the Medici family, who turned the Pope against them, which concluded with their exile from Europe. They voyaged to Awekia on the Hercion, Orcion, Persion, Acelision, and Thesion.

  • King Lionies Jestius (H)

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Real Name: Lionies Jestius

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Reign: 1422 - 1450

Birth Date:1403

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Ethnicity: Greek-Italian

Nationality: Barbarosian

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Note:The founder of the Jester Kingdom, he was the youngest son of an old Greek crown.

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  • King Sparbarus the Brute (H)

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Real Name: Sparbarus Maxima Jestius

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Reign: 1450 - 1478 (Death in the civil war of Jestor)

Birth Date: February 1436

Death Date:1478

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Note: A warlord of a ruler, Sparberus was the hammer to his father's throne. While Lionies was a calm and calculative king, to planned his way to kinghood, his son was a brash and bruting man who fought his way through his rule. Waring with neighboring countries and slaughtering anyone who opposed his might, be was feared by many and liked by few.

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  • King Jestor (H)

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Real Name: Jestor Rouennais Jestius

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Reign: 1478 - 1515 (Fall of the Jestor Kingdom, and exile of the crown)

Birth Date: July 13, 1459

Death Date:November 13, 1534, Fort Royal, GAK

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Ethnicity: Italian

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Note:The Last king of the Jestius throne, Jestor is unfortunate to have to deal with the heated results of his father's war crimes. By his rule, Jester was under attack from three different factions, and a civil war. Narrowly escaping, he made it to Giland with his family, loyal knights and noblemen, servants, and whatever important artifacts they could bring.

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  • Queen Jestor

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Real Name: Zomedia Gulinus Jestius

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Reign: 1478 - 1515 (Fall of the Jestor Kingdom, and exile of the crown)

Birth Date: December 12, 1467

Death Date: June 12, 1552, Fort Royal, GAK

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Ethnicity: Italian

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House of Osiris

The House of Osiris is remembered for being the house that saw leadership in the Awekio-Spanish War of 1547 - 1614. Tzas Osiris would see to the Declaration of Unification, as well as marry Olivia the Olive, of the Jestorian family. Their marriage would lead to the arrival of the Jest. Along with the Barboss family, the Jest would usher into a Venetian style of banking, that saw the accounting necessary for funding many of the artistic and architectural advancements in culture in Awekia, including the furthering of Geistism. Tzas Osiris II would personally fight alongside his men in the war against Spanish conquistadors, popularly remembered in the March for Tzian in 1567. His son, Tzas Vlad the Venomous would bring the downfall of Spanish Awekia and Colonia.

  • Tzas Osiris I, the Wise (H)

The 'Statue of Wonder', at the National Awenativian Museum, depicting a mighty Tzas Osiris the Wise reading from the 'Book of Awenativa'
The 'Statue of Wonder', at the National Awenativian Museum, depicting a mighty Tzas Osiris the Wise reading from the 'Book of Awenativa'

Real Name: Che'yoda l'Vega Osiris

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Reign: 1505 - 1550 (Stepping down, passing the crown over to his son)

Birth Date: August 20, 1484

Death Date: 1578

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Marriage: Olivia Ionna Jestius

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Ethnicity: French

Nationality: Italian

Claim: Founder of Awekia, and married into the crown

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Note:The founder of the Grand Awekian Kingdom, Nester was a exploring knight, who held connections to Roman and French history. An Englishman, he was known to speak french and only use his British tides in moments of convenience. He became the king, after he married Olivia. Spending most of his reign in the heat of combat, he was the love of his people, and it still seen as a patriotic symbol to this day.

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  • Olivia the Olive (H)

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Real Name: Olivia Ionna Jestius

Birth Place: May 18, 1489

Reign: 1513 - 1558

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Death Date: 1570

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Marriage: Nester Osiris Knight,

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Ethnicity: Italian

Nationality: Jestoran

Claim: Daughter of the Jestius crown, wife of King Osiris

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Note:The second-to-youngest daughter of the Jestors, Olivia was convinced into dating Osiris by her mother. As a way of keeping their family's royal class, she began to mingle with knight. After their marriage, as her husband spent most of his time fighting the war for freedom, she grew in popularity at home. Becoming a symbol of beauty because of her mediterranean look, and a loved figure because of her caring nature, she was title Olivia the Olive. As well, she became known as the 'High Lady', and marked the position that all succeeding wives would play in the royal order.

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  • Tzas Osiris II, the Wolfhart (H)

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Name: Che'cuanuhlak Osiris II

Reign: 1550 - 1585

Birth: June 4, 1518, New Settleland

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Claim: Son of Osiris and Olivia

Note: The Wolfhart of Blairwood, Osiris the Second forever feared living in the shadow of his father. And, because of this, he began the 'Reign of the Red River'. In the Heat of the Spanish-Awekian war, he took his father's position as the chief of Awekia's military. However, unlike his father, he put all of his thoughts behind said force.

Most remembered, he was the first Tzas of Awekia, with his marriage to the Tzianian princess. Helping to usher in the Awenalization of the kingdom, which led to the formation of the unity between the Tizoc, Ningen, and Awekian nations.

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  • Quas Kio

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Name: Doña la Matlinche

Reign: 1547 - 1585

Birth: 1520

Marriage: Osiris II

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Claim: Wife of Tzas Osiris II

Note: Born in the Americas, on the island of Cuba, in what is now Havana, she was a member of the Taino people. She was taken as a child, and raised in a catholic monastery in mainland central Mexico. Intended to be used as a interpreter, she was favoured because she knew how to communicate with the natives of Azteca. Married off to Hector de la Cortez as a concubine, she was eventually brought to Awenativia, after the downfall of the Aztec empire. Famously scent on the messenger mission to Theeds, with Batista Bizarro, to speak with Tzas Osiris.

While their are differing stories of what happened inside of the palace, they were kidnapped and captured when the Spanish invaded. And, while imprisoned, she was offered a pardon and protection, if she taught the jedixs her knowledge from the Aztec's fall. Dona would marry Osiris II in 1547

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  • Tzas Vladimus Osiris III (H)

A popular statue of Venomous Vlad, his legend is larger than his legacy. He became a model of art, in the 'Gothic Admiration Era' of the late-1800s to mid-1930s.
A popular statue of Venomous Vlad, his legend is larger than his legacy. He became a model of art, in the 'Gothic Admiration Era' of the late-1800s to mid-1930s.

Real Name: Vladimuz Draciux Osiris

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Reign:1585 - 1602

Birth Date:August 13, 1546

Death Date:1621

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Note: As a member of the 'Reign of the Red River', he was a murderous king who spent his life fighting in the ever-growing Spanish-Awekian war. Believing himself to be chosen by god to rid the continent of the numerous spanish colonies, Vlad immediately moved to the heat of the war ground upon his taking of the crown. Known for his murderous way of acting towards the enemy troops, his name was known for brutally killing POWs and captives. Raiding and slaughtering camps and colonies, using methods like dismemberment by horse, impalement, brazen bull, and the act of cutting out the heart of the conquistadors, he became a symbol of terror to the Spanish citizens on the island. The spanish called his 'Venomous Vlad', and the name has stuck to his, ever since.

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  • Lilia Silith Slytherin

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Name: Lilea Kiopu Unisia Rass

Reign: 1587 - 1602

Birth: Novermber 13, 1551, Queen's Bay

Marriage: Vladius Dracius Osirus

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Note: Raised in the French quarters of Middex, Lilia was one of the many women chosen to be one of the prince's house maidens. With a quiet and mysterious essence about her, she drew in the king attraction. And upon discovering her birthday, she was quickly settled to be his wife. Moving to his personal camp base with him, Lilia began to display the same sadistic mind that her husband held towards the Spanish.

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  • St. Olsiga the Vengeful (H)

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Name: St. Olsiga Alicia

Reign: 1602 - 1616

Birth: November 1593, New Settleland

Marriage: Kievux Osirus

Death: 1693,

Claim: Daughter of Vladimus and Lilia, Second child of Vladimus

Note: Known as the'Vengeful', she is one of the few Awekian queens whom took the position of their husband's military rank. After the Spanish assassination of her love, she swore revenge, and comprised many plans that brought cruel and violent fates to the rest of the spanish camps. With her father's holy mission passed on to her, she took the task very seriously, and made sure she caused the last strike to end the war. And, she did, with her acts leading to the final end of the century-long war between the two.

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  • Kievux the Mad (H)

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Real Name: Kievux Alceed Osirus

Birth Place:Queen's Beach, Awekia

Reign: 1603 - 1616

Birth Date:May 29, 1549

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Height / Weight: 5'10 / 167lbs

Marriage: St. Olsiga

Gender: Male

Ethnicity:Italian / Frence Awekian

Nationality: Awekian

Claim: Adopted son of Tzas Vlad / Husband of

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Note: Prince of Awekia, Kievux is a odd figure in Awekian history. Adopted son of King Vladius and Queen Lilia, after failing to bare a actual child, he was the heir to the crown. However, he never became the king. Instead, his younger sister would take the throne, to the request of the kingdom. From the memoirs of St Olsiga and Queen Lilia, along with many other office officials, modern opinion does lean towards Kievux having Schizoaffective disorder. He was often said to be either aggressively angered or morbidly depressed on a regular degree. With him constantly speaking as if he was being watched, and threatened. Olsiga once said that her brother periodically heard harmful demons in his head, which would divert his attention from the reality of the world. He was known for wearing armor and a steel mask for the entirety of his adult life, as well as appointing his horse 'Prestigios' to the rank of second-in-command.

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House of Jestor

The saviors of the throne, the House of Jestor brought a end to the controversial reign of Quas Olsiga, and the 'River of Terror'. Tzas Francique saw the taking of the crown, with the assistance of the Lords, and the imprisonment of his aunt. He spent the rest of his reign returning Awekia to the state that it held before the tyranny of his predecessor. He would oversee the rise of the Awekian Renaissance, and the Aweko-Dutch East Indies deal. He would return Indonesia to Awekian possession, after two centuries of separation. His son and successor, Lawrence the Lavish would receive the wealth of these deals and events, becoming the wealthiest person of the 17th century. If estimated for inflation, he was worth $364.7 billion, alone, which he put into the arts and architecture.

  • Tzas Francique (H)

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Name: Francique Antonie Jestor

Reign: 1616 - 1649 (Stepped down from the throne)

Birth: May 19, 1598

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Claim: Third son of Olsiga

Note: Good ol' 'Halo Head', Francique was the third son of Olsiga. But, upon his childhood, he and his siblings were forced to fight each other for the throne. In all facets of kinghood, they would aim to defeat each other with harshness and coldness. But, because of the public's disapproval of the moral state of the monarchy, his mother was greatly disliked. So, when he proposed overthrowing her, the rest of the country agreed, and Franc did so. Becoming the new Tzas, he aimed to repaired the country and bring an end to the Reign of the Red River.

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  • Quas Veronika

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Name: Veronika Ophila Opalmore

Reign: 1620 - 1649

Birth: July 11, 1601

Marriage: Francique, in 1620

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Claim: Wife of Francique

Note: An former opera singer, Veronika Opalmore was a very popular figure in Los Haven. Because of this, she caught the eyes of the young prince. And after they married, her artsy background brought her to favor the arts and the likes of theatre, opera houses, and institution for the arts. Her influence would help Awekia reach its first golden age. One helped by her views of luxurious environments and exotic antiques and artifacts.

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  • Tzas Lawrence Odo the Livish (H)

Lawrence the Lavish
Lawrence the Lavish

Real Name: Lawrence Odo Jestor

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Reign: 1646 - 1681

Birth Date: August 28, 1629

Death Date: June 5

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Claim: Second son of Tzas Francique and Veronika

Net Worth: $369.8 billion

Note: An important figure in the line of Awekian monarchs, he is credited for officially ending the Spanish-Awekian war. And, upon doing so, he eventually stilled the growing tension between the French navy and the privateers. Forming the Awekian navy, and establishing Texjara and Los haven as towns that would booth the Awekian economy. And, in this boom of finances, the country grew in worth and wealth. And with this, his life became that of a lavish monarch. Because of this, King Lawrence's family's wealth grew into the multi-billions, in personal riches. Making him one of the richest men in human history, he was known for having monuments constructed in the name of him and the 'Lawrencian Era'.

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  • Quas Zenobae

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Real Name: Zenobae Ionni Xioyup

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Birth Date: October 12,

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Marriage: Lawrence the Lavish

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  • Tzas Edwin I (H)

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Name: Edwin Jestor

Reign: 1693 - 1730

Birth: May 3, 1647

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Death: 1730

Claim: Son of Lawrence

Note: The first of the House of Jestor, Edwin planned for the house to be the return to the peaceful homeland that the Awekians people desired. With the streak of violent Osiris' preceding him, a shadow loomed over him for most of his reign. Having to clean up the problems that his mother brought to the country, his reign was known as the 'Dawn of Silence'.

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  • Edwin II, the Calm (H)

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Name: Edwin Charles Jestor

Reign: 1730 - 1790

Birth: August 26, 1678

Marriage: 1694, to Tizojareni

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Claim: Eldest son of Edwin I

Note: Called the 'calming tzas', Edwin the Second was a very quiet and tamed. Like his father, his reign was a peaceful time for the kingdom. With no major threats taking place in his time as king, he spent his rule beginning the Awekian Industrial age. Forming acts that would put forth mines and railways, he connected the east and west sides to one another. As well, he started production on steamboats, science programs, and colleges.

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  • Quas Isabela Tizojareni

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Name: Tizojareni Tizoc-Jestor

Reign: 1730 - 1803

Birth: April 17, 1684

Marriage: 1704, Edwin II

Death: 1803

Claim: Wife of Edwin the Second

Note: The second daughter of the Tizoc chief, she was sent to the (then) unmarried Prince Edwin, as a furthering peace-treaty. Surprisingly, the prince married her, and conjoined the two royal families.

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  • Tzas Tizoc 'Theodorus' XI (H)

La statue d'or de Théo, sculpted out of a mix of 30% gold and 70% bronze, the statue stands at the top of the capital building in Tizocland.
La statue d'or de Théo, sculpted out of a mix of 30% gold and 70% bronze, the statue stands at the top of the capital building in Tizocland.

Name: Theodore Tizoc Jestor

Reign: 1820 - 1860

Birth: February 18, 1784, Tizocland

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Death: 1890

Claim: Son of Edwin the II

Note: Theo is remembered among the most, besides Osiris the Knight, because of his love for the Awekian Outback. Half native, he made huge strides in peace relations with them. As well, he passed the first Nature Acts, which created the many national parks that the country has. He founded the Wildlife Rangers, and many other wildlife protection programs, to help insure the wellbeing of the natural presence of Awekia's outback.

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House of Txumi

  • Quas Xero (H)

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Real Name:Xeropiopula Ukalayi Jestor

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Reign:1870 - 1900

Birth Date:June 16, 1840

Death Date:March 7, 1900

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Note:The 'Natural Queen', 'True Awekian', 'Beautiful Princess, and 'Great Wonder', Xeropiopula was the glorious leader of Awekia, and the one widely believed to have smoothly navigated the country through the industrial age, and into the 20th century. Her connection to both the native and foreign population of Awekia marked her love as a queen. Xero continued on the policies that her father believed so heavily about, and assured the founding of national parks and wildlife protection programs. She set up programs for Texjaran relief, and the reconstruction of the island states.

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  • Tzas Tyzumi-ka I

Real Name: Tyzumi-ka George Txumi

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Reign:1870 - 1910

Birth Date: September 24, 1836

Death Date: March 1, 1910

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  • Tzas Tyzumika II (H)

One of the few images of the king, Ty was painted here posthumorously, since the photografic tech was blury and worn.
One of the few images of the king, Ty was painted here posthumorously, since the photografic tech was blury and worn.

Real Name:Tyzumika Txumi II

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Reign:1910 - 1929

Birth Date:December 4, 1887

Death Date:1920 (Assassination which would lead to Awekia's involvement in the second world war)

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Note: Taking his place as the king of Awekia, the second Tyzumika was unfortunately assassinated after two decades of his reign. Found dead in his beach home in the west, it was later discovered that the fallen empire of Quaestio had killed him, upon joining the the German Axial forces. This act would begin the kingdom's return to an age of war. Soon after, Britain and France would convince the Awekian people to combat the empire.

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  • Quas Sophia

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Real Name: Sophia Mary Antoinette

Birth Place: October 1, 1881

Reign: 1910 - 1929

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House of Tzextar

  • Quas Belleza (H)

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Real Name:Bellaza Harlein Txumi

Birth Place: Queen Belleza Beach

Reign:1923 - 1973

Birth Date:June 20, 1905,

Death Date:February 2, 1988

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Claim:Daughter of Tyzumika II

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Note:Rushed into rulership, Bellaza was a young woman when she became queen. And, she became known for how youthful she behaved and thought. Being criticized for not being experienced enough for the looming war that was upon the country. But, she was eventually helped by her husband, the exiled Prince Persumio of Quaestio. Taking the charge in the growing WWII threat, he helped take the load off of the queen. And with that, she young woman focused on the issues at home, to which Awekia hit is entertainment golden age. With films and music assisting cars, radio, and TV as pastimes, she became a famous celebrity figure.

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  • Tzas George (H)

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Real Name:Georgius Ivanik Tzaxtar y Persumio

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Reign: 1919 - 1927 (Quaestio Empire), 1928 - 1971

Birth Date: February 19, 1904

Death Date:March 15, 1988

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Marriage: 1923, Queen Belleza

Gender: Awekian

Ethnicity: Questrian

Nationality: Awekian

Claim: Husband to Queen Belleza

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Note:As a civil war led to the Axial rule over Quaestio, the young ruler was exiled out of the empire. Forced to flee from the fallen side of the continent, he was discovered in the outback of Awekia. After meeting with Queen Belleza and joining the Awekian army in the start of what would be Awekia's involvement in the war, he built a close relationship with the lady. Soon, they eventually married and he became the king of the Grand Awekian Kingdom until his death.

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  • Tzas Lance (H)

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Real Name: Lance Ivanik Tzextar

Birth Place:May 30, 1946

Reign:1973 - 2011

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Height / Weight: 6'1 / 179lbs

Marriage: Queen Lily Daniela, 1966

Gender: Male

Ethnicity: Ronerro Awekian

Nationality: Awekian

Claim:Fourth child to George and Bellaza

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  • Quas Lily Daniela

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Real Name:Lily Daniela Aeviosky

Birth Place: Starville Valley, Awekia

Reign:1973 - 2011

Birth Date: December 23, 1949,

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Height / Weight: 5'8 / 134lbs

Marriage: Lance Txeztar, 1966

Gender: Female

Ethnicity: Swedish / French-Awekian

Nationality: Awekian

Claim:Wife of King Lance

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Note:Perhaps more active and popular than her husband, Queen Lily had to lead Awekia for most of her husband's reign. After her husband fell ill in the winter of 1989, Lily had to rule over most of the country's affairs and government. Because of this, she is widely remembered more than her king. With her elegant and graceful nature, she quickly became of symbol of her queenhood, within the early years of her husband's rule.

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  • Tzas Eriksus II (H)

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Real Name: Eriksus Ivanik Tzextar II

Birth Place: New Settleland, Awekia

Reign: 2011 - present

Birth Date: February 2, 1984,

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Height / Weight: 6'2 / 180lbs

Marriage: Juliessa, 2003

Gender: Male

Ethnicity: Ronerro-Awekian

Nationality: Awekian

Claim: Second and chosen son of King Lance and Lily

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Note: Taking the crown after his mother's passing it on to him in 2011. Chosen upon childhood by his older brother to be the one to rule, he was a natural leader, often being the peacemaker of his family. And because of this, he became the next to take the crown. Upon which, he and his wife immediately took asserted themselves in the issues of the country. Because of this, Eriksus has became one of the most hands-on kings since King Edward the second.

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  • Quas Juliessa

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Real Name: Juliessa Quintozanilla

Birth Place: Hyusig Islands, Awekia

Reign: 2011 - present

Birth Date: October 29, 1985,

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Marriage: Eriksus Jestor, 2003

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The Guardians of the Gate

The Guardians of the Gate

The guardians of the lost lands, and protector against the threats of the dark ones, the Guardians were creatures tasked with domain over the mortal world. Sustaining their divine figure, they are hidden from mankind. Jobbed with alerting the gods of any danger to earth, they are the armoured defender of the wormholes between the Divine World and the outside dimensions. Varying in power and ability, these beings are all one with the force that forges space between them.

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The voice of the Gate, Raguel is the spirit of redemption, vengeance, and the gods' wrath. Cloaked in green and ghostly white, he is a cosmic being of the great beyond. As one of the eldest of the guardians, he is a follower of the divine Voice, and is the direct link to the Divine Gods.

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d' Zorra 'a Vega's Bio

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Real Name: Doc Diega di la Zilviare y Ruma

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The Creature from the Depths

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Real Name: Allen Roswell

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Super Power Origins: Martian genetics

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Avatar Appearance: Abe Sapien / Gill-Man

Mini Biography: Subject V knows little of his origins, besides being a being of Mars. He was found in 1947 in the bottom of a wrecked saucer, in the middle of Roswell, New Mexico. Held in a testing facility in Area 51, he was experimented on and dissected for his cellular manipulation abilities. Imprisoned for more than twenty years, he was the test subject before breaking free in 1969.

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The Holi Fables

When the Divine Gods discovered the earth of the SS3 universe, they decided to create a pantheon that could overlook the realm. Since the old gods of myth were long gone by that point, they used figures and symbols of good that the people of the realm knew and worshipped, holidays. Representing love, family, togetherness, strength, and other forms of upliftment, the council of gods took saints of the spirit realm and blessed them with the powers of divinity and magic. Making them gods and deities of the land, they created the Holi Fables.

Order Fables

The main members of the pantheon of fables, these gods are ordained to specific months. Twelves months of the year, all lead by the twelve fables of the pantheon, these beings create order at the top of their domain of might.

Santa Claus

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  • God of: Christmas, giving, snow, joy,
  • Adone: Hall of Estmore Harvest, North Pole
  • Alias: Saint Nicholas, Skyfather, Father Time, Jolly the Giant, Father Christmas,
  • Symbols: Deers, chestnuts, jingle bells, mistletoe, corn, fall, Thanksgiving, turkey, agriculture, winter, snowflakes, blizzard clouds, ice sickles, grandfather clocks, hourglass, sand,
  • Major cults: Whoville
  • Time: Dec 25, December, Winter, Christmas
  • Cultural Origins: Many
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  • Parents: Mortal parents
  • Siblings: Krampus, Grimsley O'Lantern, St. Jolly,
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Also known as Saint Nicholas, Santa Claus is one of the most important figures of the pantheon. Originally a human being of great charm and cheer, he was a monk who protected children and young ones.

Father of the skies, leader of the fables, giver of happiness, cheer, gifts, and care, he is a grand figure adapted off of the saint figure of Thanksgiving and Christmas. Patron of celebrations and holidays, he is know for protecting his followers and spreading the love of Tatakin. With a large white beard of spiritual light, chipper face of rosiness, and a round posture of a giant filled with loving happiness and care, he lives in the northern land of frost and blanketed snow. His is assisted by his worker elves and zwarte piet. Making toys and trinkets, he travels across the world giving to all and granting the wishes of the needy, in his reindeer-driven sleigh.

Often seen as the personification of giving care, frost, and harvest, he can gift anyone with anything, if he cares to. And, he always cares to, when those who are deserving wish upon him. Laughing and joking in rosy red, his sack can fit whole worlds, and his hands can craft everything he thinks of. It is even said that he created snow, crafting it from his hair. Drinking wine and ale that taste like milk and honey from a golden gantlet of jewels and gems, he dress in thick robes of fur and cloth.

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Queen May

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  • God of: motherhood, purity,
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  • Alias: Flora, Floralia
  • Symbols: white, singing, crowns, storks,
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  • Time: May 1, Spring, May Day, May, April 27
  • Cultural origins: Roman myth,
  • Consort: Santa Claus (husband)
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Mother Nature

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  • God of: Spring, earth mother, nature, trees,
  • Adone: Tree of Life
  • Alias: Earth mother, She,
  • Symbols: World tree, oak, vegetation, rabbits, eggs,
  • Major cults: The wichen of Wilmore
  • Time: Spring, Friday, April 22, May 4, March 20,
  • Cultural Origins: All
  • Consort: Santa Claus, Jolly the Giant (husband),
  • Offsprings: Mad Sweeney,
  • Parents: Old Gods,
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Believed to be one of the first fables, Mother Nature is the personification of nature, earth, and the Tree of Life. Connected to the world tree, she is the commander of heaven and Fableland. She is constructed out of trees, flowers, leaves, and vines, with a ability to communicate, birth, manipulate and love plantlife.

She gave St. Nicholas his place on the tree, and married his brother, St. Jolly, who was the god of the harvest. Goddess of nature and the natural world, she is the mother of fertility and birth, anew, and preservation.

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Grimsby O'Lantern

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  • God of: scare, halloween, death, limbo, nightmares, fear, terror, that the bumps in the night, darkness
  • Aleis: Jack O'Lantern, Grim Reaper, the reaper, Boogeyman,
  • Adone: Underworld / Nether
  • Symbols: Pumpkin, Bones, graves, scythes, skulls, hourglasses, 13, 31, bad luck,
  • Major cults: Transylvania, West York
  • Time: Oct 31 October, Friday 13, Halloween,
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  • Consort: La Calavera Catrina (wife)
  • Offsprings: Morphisto (w/ Easter),
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  • Siblings: Santa Claus, Jolly the Giant,
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The eldest brother of Santa, Grimsby is the patron god of all that is dark and gloomy. Fable of Halloween, he is celebrated on the 31st of October. Commander of the underworld, master of the macabre, god of the scare, this being lives in grimness. Homed inside of a pumpkin palace in Halloweentown, his yard of graves is empty of much life. Hollow and scarce, woods of darkness is his domain. Living in solitude, Grim is rarely seen by the living, and is absent in most activities that don't involve the dead. So, most mortals have little knowledge of what he is like or how he works.

As a personified force, Death has been imagined in many different ways. In some method, the Grim Reaper causes the victim's death by coming to collect him. In turn, people in some stories try to hold on to life by avoiding Death's visit, or by fending Death off with bribery or tricks. Other beliefs hold that the Spectre of Death is only a psychopomp, serving to sever the last ties between the soul and the body, and to guide the deceased to the afterlife, without having any control over when or how the victim dies. Nonetheless, Grimsby is the last to be seen before the death of the mortal realm.

He is often worshipped with gold coins, candy, and lit pumpkins, on the chief tomb of a cemetery.

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  • Olympios

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  • God of: fire, strength, power, earthquakes, thunder, the sun, metal, lightning, volcanoes, blacksmithing, empires, authority,
  • Adone: Hellenia
  • Symbols: The sun, fire, light, lions, war clubs, masculinity, his hair, hammer, athletes, heroes, Sundays,
  • Major cults: Helios of Hellenia
  • Time: Saturday & Sundays, 2nd Summer,
  • Cultural Origins: Greco-Roman
  • Consort: Mother Nature
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Herc Samson without his signature long locks of curly hair, which is believed to be one of his main sources of power

The mighty sun god that carries the torch of life up to the sky everyday, on his boat of gold, Olympios is the Fable of the Olympics and Sporting Events. The son of strength, and pupil of power, this Greco-Roman god is one of the main Fables. With brute muscle and heroism, he stands for the divine one, who his creation is reliant on. Appearing as a marble statue of athletic prowess, he symbolizes the hero and icons of human feats. Curly brunette locks of hair flowing to his neck, and tan olive skin, covering many pounds of overwhelming muscle.

His control over both the torched flame and the thunderbolt assists him as he watches over his fellow gods. Quick to protect his fellow gods, he is a warrior deity that holds a war club and hammer. Trekking on numerous adventures of glory, the man-of-brawn became god upon his death. Powerful and magnificent, he stood with wisdom, ferocity, and grace, balancing the sun on his head and the world on his back.

As a minor god, his festivals are every four years, at the plato of Olympios. In the summer games, athletes from all over the land compete in olive oil. Ending in the sacrificing of the potted oil, dirt, and sweat that was scraped from the bodies, Olympios loves watching the games.

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Jolly the Giant

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  • God of: Autumn, Thanksgiving, Thursdays, food, harvest,
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  • Time: Thursdays, Autumn, November, Thanksgiving, 4th Thursday of Nov,
  • Cultural Origins: North America
  • Consort: Mother Nature (wife)
  • Offsprings: Mad Sweeney, giants,
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  • Siblings: Santa Claus, Grimsby O'Lantern,
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The patron of Thanksgiving, and overseer of the fall seasons, Saint Jolly sits in his dining hall. Eating all day and all night, he is a large giant of chipper proportions. Wearing clothing made of greenery, he sits in his hall and eat all the time. Holding a candle and a smile, he is the giver of gratitude and thanks to those who worship them. Praised on thursdays, his followers are usually the owners of turkeys.

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Cupid

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  • God of: love,
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  • Alias: Mr. Valentines, St Valentine, Lupa / Lupis, Faunus
  • Symbols: Hearts, angel wings, chocolate, rich red, wines, wolves, roses
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  • Time: Valentine's Day, February, Feb 14th,
  • Cultural origins: Greco-roman myth,
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The younger god of the pantheon, Cupid was born as Saint Valentine. A boy raised by a shewolf, he bared wings and long fluffy hair of beauty. Aging into a figure of importance, he married young couples before he was blessed with immortality. And now, he bares the bow and arrow of love, which creates love and lust for whoever he shoots with it. He's rich in diamonds, roses, chocolate, and pearls.

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Easter

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  • God of: Easter, Sundays, rebirth,
  • Adone: Easter Island
  • Alias: Oshara, Eoster,
  • Symbols: Bunnies, ducks, eggs, spring, flowers,
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  • Time: Spring, April, Sundays, Easter Sunday,
  • Cultural origins: Northern European / Germanic
  • Consort: Olympios
  • Offsprings: swans, ducks, rabbits, dove
  • Parents: Mother Nature,
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The song of the spring, and the bringer of the rebirth, Oshara is the goddess of Easter and all that comes with it. Watcher of the forest critters of pure spirit, she wonders with swans, ducks, rabbits, and dove. Birthed by nature herself, she was raised by the beings of the wild, to be the reincarnation of the earth mother. Using the egg as her symbol of birth and fertility, she is often worshipped by women who long for pregnancy.

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Mad Sweeney

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  • God of: St. Patrick's Day, luck, tricksters,
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  • Alias: St. Patrick, Paddy,
  • Symbols: four-leaf clovers, green, alchohol, leprechauns, gold, rainbows, Shamrock,
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  • Time: March, St. Patrick's Day, Mar 17th,
  • Cultural origins: Scot-Irish folklore
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  • Offsprings: leprechauns, trolls, dwarfs,
  • Parents: Easter and Jolly the Giant
  • Siblings: Morphisto (Half-brother)
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Union

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  • God of: Labour, blacksmithing, fire, metalworking,
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Forger for the gods, Union is the smither who creates the tools and weapons for them all. He created Cupid's bow and arrows, Olympios' mace and hammer, Jack Frost's sword. Living within the deepest section of the earth, where the magma of the land boils, his chambers hover in the pool of fire. User of fire and heat, he uses the summer sun to create his fueled flames, as he sits at the end of the season. Brothered of the athletic marble god, who patrons the summer, Union patrons the end of the same season.

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Morphisto the Fool

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  • God of: the fools, trickster, comedy, riddles, jesters, hoaxes, conspiracies,
  • Adone: the Nether/Under/Void
  • Alias: , Controller of the Corrupt, Leader of the Loathful, the fool, Backwards Bill,
  • Symbols: Red, donkeys, witchcraft, coyotes, foxes,
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  • Time: April 1, All Fools' Day, the 25th, January 25th, Opposite Day,
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  • Parents: Grimsly O'Lantern, Easter
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The controller of the corrupt and leader of the loathful, Morphisto is a demon king that was made into the jester of the Fables. Overseeing the underworld, he is the child of the god of halloween, Grimsly O' Lantern, as he visited the realm of Spring. Birthed by the nurturing goddess of the Easter, Morphisto was named after his ability to morph into anything he pleased. A slitherous satanic figure of burgundy red, leering behind the scenes in an attempt at plotting on the other gods, he jokingly riddles his webs of lies and deceit upon anyone who's fall into contact with him. Dressing as a devil, and acting as the antagonist of the pantheon, he is the black sheep of the gods, often times. But, he sides with the rest of them, when it really matters.

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Jack Frost

  • God of: frost, winter, snow, cold, wind
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La Calavera Catrina

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  • God of: The dead, overseer of the underworld,
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  • Alias: Lady of the Dead,
  • Symbols: Skulls, calavera, altars, incense, latin dancing,
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  • Time: Oct 31-Nov 2, Fall, Dia de los Muertos,
  • Cultural origins: Mexican / Latin American
  • Consort: Grimsly O' Lantern (husband),
  • Offsprings: Morphisto (adopted son), skeletons,
  • Parents: Jolly the Giant,
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With the ghostly pale skin of her skullish skeleton, Catrina is the walking calavera of dia de los muertos. Appearing when the realm of the dead and the living merge, she escorts the spirits back to their resting places in the afterlife. Married to the lord of halloween, she lives with him in his underground district of halloweentown. Dressed in her French outfit of class and beauty, she is a silent goddess. Watching the dead, and the realm that holds them, she dances all year with her husband, who loves her so. And in the time of their domain, they watch the gates open to release their souls.

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Uncle Sam

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  • God of: Freedom, independence, nations, war, empires, industrialism,
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  • Symbols: Fireworks, stars, muskets,
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  • Time: July, Tuesday, Independence Days, 4th of July, July 14th, National Day, July 1, Second Saturday of June,
  • Cultural origins: American culture, all interdependence
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Rama

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  • God of: Good light,
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  • Alias: Ramachandra, Prince Ram, Pauma, Palma,
  • Symbols: Lights, lamps,
  • Major cults: The Den of Bears,
  • Time: Autumn, Ramayana
  • Cultural origins: Hindu
  • Consort: Lakshmi (in the form of Sita)
  • Offsprings: Lask
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Living in a small palace, it by heavenly lamps of milky rivers, Rama was once a prince of a small Indian province. One who was sent out into the forest with his wife and younger brother, he fought and killed a demon to protect his wife, before returning home, led by the palace of lights.

Obtaining the holiday of Diwali, he was approached by the Fable of St. Jolly. Asked to join them upon his death, and become a fable of positive energy and light, Prince Ram agreed and was brought to Fableland. Given the Palace of Lights, at the edge of Halloweentown, near the hall of Jolly. he lives with his army of bears, monkeys, and men.

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Yo

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  • God of: the force, peace, wisdom,
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  • Alias: the Wise One,
  • Symbols: Trees,
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  • Time: May 4th-6th, May 25th, Star Wars Day, Geek Pride Day,
  • Cultural origins: American pop culture,
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  • Parents: Tree of Life
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The channeler off the force and bringer of wisdom, this little green gnome-like creature lives in the forest. In peace with the very energy of the force of magic, Yo speaks in backwards speech and habbles on his short little legs. With long wrinkled ears, his mind is perhaps the most enlightened of the Fables.

A odd god, Yo sits in the swamp and awaits the arrival of avise-seekers. Silly and playful, wondering his small isolated home as a sage, he fuels the heart of the World Tree. He is the trainer of the fable guard.

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Father Time

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  • God of: time, space, fate, truth,
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  • Alias: The Old Year, lord of time, the reaper,
  • Symbols: hourglass, scythe, clocks, grandfather clocks,
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  • Offsprings: Baby New Year,
  • Parents: Grimsly O' Lantern and the Sky Dragon,
  • Siblings: Santa Claus (half-brother), Jolly the Giant, Grimsley O'Lantern
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The half-brother of Santa Claus, Father Time is the cloaked doppelganger of Grimsley. Gifted with a mirror carved from a glass, by his wife, the reflection showed the death god as a eldered version of himself. A hope of healing her husband of the stress of time, Grimsley smiled at the sight. So happy, he pulled the old fella out of the mirror, and gave him his hourglass rosary, which held the fate of time. And, Father Time was born; to live beyond all of time, itself.

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Guido Fawkes

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  • God of: Anarchy, truth, spies, thieves
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  • Time: The 5th of November
  • Cultural origins: Britain
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The mysterious figure that attempted a plot against the rule of his time, this man is the down-bringer of powers. A trickster in his own right, he was found out and hung in a fire. Devoted towards catholicism, and the protection of his ideals against tyranny, he was eventually romanized into a cult symbol of anarchy and rebellion. An icon of political culture, the Fables resurrected him behind his mask, as a soldier against the wickedness of the darkness of the world.

Living in a secret manor within Fableland, without windows or a proper entrance, Fawkes travels and sneaks around the world, watching in on all that the gods ask of him. A thief, hacker, scammer, and liar, he has infotrated every government power and secret society of the world, feeding the information back to the Fables.

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The Four Meditations

  • God of: Meditation, wisdom, fate-seeing,
  • Adone: The Crystal Cavern Cove
  • Alias: The Prophets, the oricle (the Stoic), the Four Noble Truths, the men of the caves, the gypsy (the Geist),
  • Symbols: The third eye (the Buddha), halos, thorned crown (the Christ), feathered pen (the Geist), diaries (the Stoic),
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  • Cultural origins: Buddhism, Stoicism, Christianity, Geistism
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The four prophets of the four regions, the Meditations are a group of long haired mortals who were rewarded into fablehood with their obtaining of power through achieving enlightenment. Passive and idle, they now live within the caverns of crystal coves, and meditate in peace. Jesus Christ, Poliuz Geist, Gautama Buddha, and Marcus Aurelius, spend the stretches of eternity envisioning the truths of the world around them. Untouched by time or space, they hold no hatred or contempt for anyone around them, as they resurrect or reincarnate themselves through danger. Being the connecting for between the mortals and the fables, their home is reachable from the mortal world, where many people travel to get their fortunes read.

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Rojo Lobo's Bio

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Side: Neutral

Super Name: Rojo Lobo

Real Name: Ron Brood

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Super Power Origins: Genetics

Identity: Known

Known Aliases: Big Red, The Main Man, Red, Red Wolf,

Avatar Appearance: Hellboy / Lobo

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Influences: Hellboy, Lobo, Etrigan,

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Gender: Male

Birthdate: December 3, 1944

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Ethnicity: Half-Demon / Half-Czarnanian

Hair Color: Sepulcher Black

Eye Color: Yellow / Red (Angry) / White (Passive)

Height: 6'4

Weight: 305 lbs

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Likes: Cigars, candy, Sepulcher Black, keeping his word, dolphins, wolves, violence, cats,

Dislikes: Gases, being outsized, ruining his cigar,

Best Friend: Ed Blaze, Bela Jest,

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Favorite Fashion Accessory: Black

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Favorite Foods: Candy,

Favorite Drinks: Whiskey, beer,

Favorite Book: Comics,

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The Pantheon of Darkcraft

The Pantheon of Darkcraft

Beings created by the darkness of chaos to control the chaotic land of the lost lands of the Comainian Grounds, the Lost Icons are a group of cosmic beings of nature, travelling from dimension to dimension in a growing state of power, they were the dark end of the Divine Gods, who noticed the power that could be used, they needed to place beings in control of the many lands that lie bare for the greedy and corrupt. So, they brought the Darkcraft gods into the Council. Many believe the Darkcraft to be the true gods of the Lost Lands, instead of the Lost Gods. Patroned by Olli Jest and his macabre family of mystics,...

Macrogods

Gan, the Other

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  • Adone: The Dark Tower of Darkcraft
  • Alias: Gan, the Other, the Supreme One, the Light, Ol' Redcoat,
  • Symbols: Tall candles, red coats, lights,
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  • Consort: Betssae
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The being who inhabits the macroverse, Gan created the Turtle and It, making him the other in the ultimate creation. Safe from the conflict of the two, good and evil, the infinite god usually evens the balance by assisting the turtle in good. The supreme being of the cosmos, he is said to have weaved the whole universe from his navel, in some myths.

It is said that he once sat on his throne with his wife, Betssae, who invented the riddle to entertain him. And as she told her game, he felt a growth within his brain. She cut it out of his uppermost side, revealing it to be Maturon the turtle of creation.

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Maturon, the Turtle

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  • God of: God of Creation
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  • Symbols: Turtles, life, water, elephants, children, youth, dreams,
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It is said that he once sat on his throne with his wife, Betssae, who invented the riddle to entertain him. And as she told her game, he felt a growth within his brain. She cut it out of his uppermost side, revealing it to be Maturon the turtle of creation. A being of Gan's light, the creature took to creation of everything. However, in the love of his dreams, he fell into a deep sleep that lasted for many eternities. And, when he woke, he threw up the universe before returning to sleep.

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Penēwīz the Clown

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  • God of: Chaos, fear, terror
  • Adone: The Sewers
  • Alias: Pennywise, It, the Clown,
  • Symbols: Clowns, red balloons,
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It was a mysterious evil being from an unknown realm/dimension outside the regions of space. A shapeshifting and malevolent entity that lived for millions of years, with no exact gender or solid identity; thus why it is called "IT". Though it could morph into many different beings and figures, it uses the figure of a dancing clown to terrorize his favourite victims, young children.

Feeding off their fear and negative emotions, It is one of the most powerful of the gods. Longing to release the deadlight onto the universe, he is halted by Maturon and Gan, who both act against his evil ways.

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Great Old Ones

Noden, the Skyfather

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  • God of: Skyfather, god of the sun, lightning, wisdom, foresight, fate
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  • Alias: The Old Man, Wise One, The Shine,
  • Symbols: Lightning, the Eye of Noden, the Sun, the Shine
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  • Offsprings: The Shine,
  • Parents: Maturon
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The first of the Shine, many say Noden is the holder of the shine; the only weapon against the deadlight, and the true power of good. A light that connects to the Turtle, and all of the greater universes, the power gives the ability of seeing the gods to mortals. And, Noden was the first to possess it, as a small child. Taken in by Maturon, the creator god, he lived on the turtle's back, amongst the four elephants that held up assistance. He aged in that forest, and took on mystic abilities that were far beyond that of his species. Developing sight of trues life and pure power, the Turtle placed him in command of the sky, and all that the sky holds.

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C'thulhu

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  • God of: Dreams, Sleep, Art, Vision, Intelligence,
  • Adone: R'lyan
  • Alias: The Dreamer of the Deep,
  • Symbols: Art, poetry, towers,
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The Dreamer of the Deep, C'thulhu is one of the more popular of the pantheon, since he is envisioned the most. Feeding his dreams and thoughts into the minds of mortal man, he is the reason for art, music, poetry, imagination and all forms of individual thought.

A giant sleeping being, he is a hulking figure with a beard of tentacles, stocky arms and scaly skin. Living and fueling himself off of the slumbers of man and all who dream, he is said to be at the bottom of the ocean, waiting until he is summoned to bring the end of mankind, in the Endtime.

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N'yarlathotep

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  • God of: Secrets, conspiracies, knowledge,
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  • Alias: The Black Pharaoh,
  • Symbols: Daggers, Pyramids, the Illuminati,
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  • Offsprings: Haster, Morphisto (w/ Shub-Niggurath), Yharnam-amunet
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A being that has been present on earth since the great pyramids. He came to the world at night, and creeped out of a hole that the deadlights created. A old beings that lingers in the dark, and feeds on the minds of his followers, he gives them the secrets of the world, and corrupts them to his darkness. Morphing their face and turning them into the evils of his assassins, he murders those in his displeasure.

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Outre Gods

Shub-Niggurath

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  • God of: Pregnancy, fertility, life,
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The mother of the Darkcraft, Shub-Niggurath is a lustful being that draws power from her children, and her wound. She lingers in the background of the pantheon, hiding away from the tangle of good and evil, and births the children of the gods.

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Hastur

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  • God of: Corruption, false idols, deception, lies,
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  • Alias: The King in Yellow, Hali, First Dead, the Shepherd,
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  • Siblings: Morphisto, C'thulhu (half-brother)
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The first to be touched by the deadlights, Haster covers himself in yellow and shadows. Being one of the main figures of the dark side of the Darkcraft pantheon, he lures power to the deadlights, to strengthen his father, N'yarlathotep. God of false idols, he appears to be a tall thin man in a yellow cloak, looking much like Gan, who appears in a red cloak.

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Bokrug

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  • God of: Water, storms, revenge
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  • Symbols: Lizards, Green, fish, water,
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A once powerful king, who prayed for power from C'thulhu of the depths, he was betrayed by the men who envied him. Using his weapons against him, they drowned him and trapped him in a chamber underwater. But, with the assistance of the bog people, lizardfolk, and other swamp people, he marched a army of fish people up to the surfaces and washed the land of his old kingdom. And in the end, he took it to the bottom of the swamps to rest as his domain.

Now, living as the Lizard King, he is the seagod of water and storms. A warrior god of neutral backing, he usually finds himself on the side of Noden, since he respects the human being.

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Grey

  • God of: Knowledge, intelligence,
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Der Großmann

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  • God of: Stories, Dreams,
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  • Alias: Der Grossmann, Slenderman, Fear Dubh, Weaver of Worlds,
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  • Offsprings: Faeries,
  • Parents: C'thulhu,
  • Siblings: Sandman
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From numerous different cultures around the world, they all have a version of this tall, slender god lingering about in the woodlands of their myths, folklore, and wise tale. The tall man, the faceless man, the man in black, this multidimensional being stands at the height of a tree, with various protruding long arms stretching out like tendrils. With no face, and a silent presence, the being follows behind the children of the world, living in their dreams and imaginations.

Unseen to the mortals he wills not to visit, he drives his victims mad with paranoia. But, his children are his love. Leading them off to be his followers, he protects them from harm, even from Penewiz.

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Elder Ones

Vertigoh

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  • God of: Destiny, Fate, Death, Dreams, Destruction,
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  • Alias: The endless, the Sandman,
  • Symbols: Dreams Catchers, sand, crows,
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A voice that's little more than a winded whisper, Vertigoh is the son of Noden, writer of fate, and walker of time. This being is a nigh-omnipotent deity who stands at a tall height, and wonders blind with two stars in the place of his eyes. The book of destiny chained to his wrist, containing the past, present, and future, he is bone white in complexion.

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Count Drakula

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  • God of: Broode, vampires, bats, mist,
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  • Alias: Lord of the Monsters, The Count, Ooruk, Bram Stoker,
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  • Consort: His three wives, Yharnam-amunet,
  • Offsprings: Vampires, ghouls, zombies,
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A gentleman by the name of Bram of Transylvania was cursed by the enlightenment of darkness, and turned into the beast of the vampire. First turned, he is the bearer of the vampiric hex, and the king of the species. Living in the Castle in the forest, he creates and protects the Broode that give enlightenment and madness to those who worship the gods.

A lessor god, he is a powerful entity who controls bats, mist,

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Alphandigo

  • God of: Beast, wilderness, animals,
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  • Alias: The werewolf,
  • Symbols: Wolves, Deers, the moon, howling,
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  • Consort: Yharnam-amunet,
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Yharnam-amunet

  • God of: Witchcraft, plagues, curses,
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  • Alias: The princess,
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Morphisto

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  • God of: the underworld, trickster,
  • Adone: the Nether/Under/Void
  • Alias: Demon King, Lord of darkness and destruction, Controller of the Corrupt, Leader of the Loathful,
  • Symbols: Red, fire, the dead, witchcraft,
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The lord of darkness and destruction, controller of the corrupt and leader of the loathful, Morphisto is a demon king. Overseeing the underworld, he is the child of the god of conspiracies, N'yarlathotep, and the fertility goddess, Shub-Niggurath. A slitherous satanic figure of burgundy red, leering behind the scenes in an attempt at plotting on the other gods. Following behind the deadlights, he isn't even aligned to them, taking any opportunity to damn them into trouble. In fact, he is one of the main reasons behind the constant loses of It.

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Awekian History

Awenativian History

This is the full history of the Grand Awekian Kingdom, as well as the Ancient Awenativians before it.

History

Awenativia

- Pre-Migration (11,991 BCE - 600s)

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Throughout the Tizotatan peninsula, as well as the entirety of the island group, fossilized remains of a separate member of the Genus Homo species have been discovered in many areas of the island. Named Homo Remus (translated, 'Oar man'), with the remains dating as far as 150,000 to 60,000 years ago, early studiers were amazed by the similarities between them and homo erectus. But, with the findings of buried remnants of what was believed to be oars, it was theorized that they may have been some of the earliest seafarers, sailing around the island.

However, in more recent discoveries, homo erectus have been found along the shorelines of the New Settleland and the Ningen Islands between the 1970s and 80s. Furthermore, with skeletons of homo erectus being found in the frozen caves and caverns of the Collus mountains, as well as being buried in the Rio Salvaje jungle, they became known as the Colliseis men (Col-lis-see-is). Leading to the idea of erectus sailing to the island between the first homo remus bones and the point where human migration first ended in far east Asian. Although, the Colliseis man is now declassified as homo erectus.

Modern humans crossed over the southern Pacific during the last of human migration around the globe, between 30,000 - 25,000 years age, as early as the upper Paleolithic age, in the northeastern side of the Collus mountain system. The nomadic people who populated the land were known as the Stone Age InQuan people. Using primitive boats, they sailed from the north, through to the northern side of the island. Theoretical belief is that they sailed from southeastern China, and even Japan, with many pointing to the rooted similarities in linguistic and cultural lifestyles among the people.

A Ningen painting of two canoes carrying their ancient forefathers.
A Ningen painting of two canoes carrying their ancient forefathers.

Common belief and evidence add the theory that the nomadic Awenativian people parted off of the Paleo-Indianmigration, somewhere in present-day western Siberia, and traveled over sea and ocean to the southern hemisphere. It is believed that they followed the whales and pleistocene megafauna. While, the time and dates are very rough and debated upon, most scholars agree on the overall theory. And, InQuan oral tales speak of great tsunamis and waves that brought them from "far off land to the north, through the great waters and islands".

As well, most speculate that the InQuans weren't the only to have inhabited ancient Awekia. Much artwork and tools have led studies to believe that numerous Polynesian nomads have discovered and moved to the islands, as well as even central/southern Amerindians (Inca). Various canoes and stones carvings have dated as far back as 14,000 BCE, leading some to even came that southeast Asians have even migrated to the islands.

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Impedian Age

Until 23,000 years ago, Awekia and Questrio were conjoined together. And by 9,000 years ago, a small river was all that divided them. Leaving the Tizotatan peninsula separated to itself, the nomadic tribe soon grew and separated in a few different tribes that migrated around the mainland. The InQuan people moved into the central forest range for better food and weather. In this migration, the Tizo people were born. Soon, with the founding of their rainforest-based civilization, the great Tizoc nation would dawn. The Tizoc people would engulf the open forest and central valley, in by 11,000 CE. Forming an empire, they created most of the culture and central society of Awenativian life. Two cities would be built in their time, Tizo'hemaca to the east and Zodicea to the west. Though, because of their vast size the western size of the empire would soon evolve into it's own kingdom. The Zodiceak people continued controlling the central wetlands of Awekia, as they focused the entirety of their society of Zodiceak mythology.

In that time, two Polynesian migrant groups would move to the island. The Ningens to the south and the Hwajenii to the far west. While specifics are unknown, the Ningen people are believed to have sailed to the southeastern islands before the Tizo nation formed. As a group of fishing tribes, they poulated the larger islands in the Caribe island system, and eventually created the Ningen empire. Monopolizing the waters of the bays, they built their nation off of trade and conquering lesser tribes. The Hwajenii, on the other hand, landed in the western shoreline of the Calida rainforest. And, relatively without contact from the other native groups, they created their kingdom out of population of the forest.

With those five nations, many smaller tribes and groups developed around them. Though, between the bronze and iron age, the continent was mostly controlled by the Tizoc and Ningen people who divided the eastern side of the peninsula by its inland and coastal region. In the span of 500 years, the two nomadic nations that branched off of the InQuan people were now within a few dynasties of rich history. The Rio Salvaje was home to the Emok and Chewdakka tribes, and the wet lands bared the Texjaran people. As well, it is believed that there were over a few hundred different tribes. But, it is believed that there were over a hundred different tribes in the peninsula, by the time the Settlers arrived.

- Prehistoric Awenativian

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The earliest firm evidence of human habitation is of early Upper Paleolithichunter-gatherers from 40,000 years ago, when Awekia and the Questrian island began to separate. Edge-ground axes dating to 32–38,000 years ago, found in 224 sites in Honzhuand Kyizhi, are unlike anything found in neighbouring areas of continental Asia and America, and have been proposed as evidence for the first Homo sapiens in Awekia; watercraft appear to have been in use in this period, much similar to the first watercraft in Japan.

It's thought that the first humans arrived to Awekia because of the Ice Age that froze over most of the northern hemisphere, causing life in Asia to move further to the south of the continent. Because of this, early migrants sailed south for a home that was not as cold and dry. Because of the lower sea levels, from the frozen north, it is believed that canoes are the vessels they travelled in. And, in that reason, the first nomads arrived on the island, in the north.

Furthermore, recent studies estimate that mankind had actually arrived in Chile around 20 to 18,500 years ago. One of the reasoning for this is the early connection between Awenativian nomads in the southern islands and early inhabitants of South America. After amerindians arrived in the Andes mountain range of the western side of South America. Some of theses tribes traveled what is now lower Chile, taking to rafts, they landed in the island-chain around Awenativia, between the 1900s.

- Inku Period (1900 - 1750 BCE)

The period between 1900 BCE and 1100 BCE is referred to as the Inku period. Starting with the development of the settlements of the nomadic InQuan nation, this period begins once they form their tribe. Living in the northern mountain range of the island, they lived on a mostly pescetarians diet, along the Sceewittchen sea. Building long hall-like homes out of thick elm bark, over a slightly dug hole in the ground, these houses were called 'Inku'. With the development of Awenativian carvings and totems in this period, Zodiciak myth and Awekian culture begins here. Furthermore, the 'Temples of Mt. Bud' were constructed in this time, between the late 20th and 19th century BCE, as a series of monuments for worship.

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Near the end of the 19th century, InQua was a large span of many clans of Awenativians spread across the cold desert mountain range. Two of these tribes eventually moved south into the rest of Awenativia. These two tribes were the Tizoc and Ningen nations, who both migrated in their individual areas. While it is unknown when they began to move south, it is known that the Ningen left the mountains first. In a unknown exile from the nation, they took back to canoes, in search of a new home. However, they did not travel far away from their ancestors, sailing a few thousand miles south to the Carabe island. Landing in what would become the Hinode Toji, studies dated the earliest settlement between 1790 and the 1740s. Still living on a pescetarian diet, they hunted whales and large fish for their tribe. While agriculture was later brought to the island, they were mostly hunters and fishers. Staying in small camps along the beaches, they build the same Inku houses as the InQuan people.

Although, the more important step in Awenativian history came from the Tizoc, who crossed over the Springfield hills. Settling in the central rainforest below, they formed their early civilization off of the discovery of agriculture in the valleys of the northern Berry fields. This act would merge into the Tizoc period of history.

- Azmaic Period (1750 - 1500 BCE)

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La Goona quipi-weeved canoes

It is thought that the first societies of the southern portion of the island, Questria, were brought to Awenativia byway of reed longboats (a tradition that is still orally followed by the La Goona Iles). Without written directions, it is that believed they arrived off the shores of southern Peru, likely of some relation to the Norte Chico civilization. Bringing canoe boats full of squash, beans, lúcuma, guava, pacay (Inga feuillei), and sweet potato, they as well brought with them the idea of cotton working and a theocratic government system, which Questria would popularly adapt as their own.

Bringing their own early agriculture with them, they ended up in the La Goona Iles and the Questrian islands groups. Starting settlements among the hills of the grassy plains in western Awenativia, the domestication of llamas and goats happened in this time, while avocados, achira, vicunas, guanacos, and alpacas were found planted as far back as 1100 BCE. Dig sites have located fishing nets and harpoons, much similar to the ones used by the early Ningen people; leading scholars to suspect that they quickly built trade connections with the people of the central seas.

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The La Goona people started their society along the coastline, and began hunting fish and aquatic animals along the rivers of the Calide rainforest. Though many of these voyages traveled along the islands of Awenativia's western coastline, the people never touched the northern mainland, keeping away from the thick rocky Calide rainforest, spending all of their time on the smaller islands. Instead, the nomads from the north would be the first to set foot on the island around this time, in the northernmost end of the mainlands.

Opafar would be one of the oldest cities in the area, and one of the few that survived. With the Wazayi tribe slowly growing off of the La Goona people, discovering and building mining yards into subterranean ponds, where they would find gold and bronze as well as , they would grow into an important civilization in the immediate area. Furthermore, ancient sites of black limestone temples was found in the Questrian rainforest, dating back to this period.

- Tizoc Period (1750 - 1100 BCE)

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The Tizoc period is named after the people who lived along the outer side of the Springfield Hills, they were a more adaptive group, compared to the InQuan nation. They began exploring the region to the south of them, the Tizoc people were far more advanced from the Ningens who left decades earlier. Travelling on foot, they brought domesticated chickens (red jungle fowls) and cattle with them. While it is believed that they had knowledge of wheels and wheel-driven technology, they instead used dogs, lamas, and yaks to help, as they found their way into the rainforest. Thick and lush, they settled in the northeastern side of the region, engineering walls and forts to keep out predators and dangers. And one of the most important reasons for this what their development of agriculture. Since the jungle was too dangerous for their hunter-gatherer roots, they instead turned to planting and cropping fruits and vegetables. With the majority of their diet being vegetarian, they didn't fully cut away from their fish hunting past, as well as chickens and cows.

During this time, they would start engineering a new type of housing. Structuring their wooden cabins around trees, they would develop two-to-three storey round houses to home entire families. As well as pueblo-like constructs, they lived in the upper layers of the forest. Along with agriculture, they would discover mining, with iron and browns being among the first of their metal finding (stepping forward from the stone and wood of the InQuan people). With gold and jewels coming next, they soon started to grow rich in the dawn of the first few Dynasties of chiefs. As the first remnants of the Awenativia class system formed, the Tizoc nation became the first monarchy of the country.

- Nebu Period (1500 - 1100 BCE)

Meanwhile, numerous miles to the western end of the island, the Hwajenii nation forged itself. With testing leading to the Maori of New Zealand (more than 5000 kms to the west) and even ancient Hawaiians as the ancestors, the Hwajenii nation started as a group of tribes in the jungles. Having arrived by 1500 BCE, they were spanning across the western regions by the late 10th century. With tribes stretching from Mt. Theronus to La Goona, they soon developed into a series of conjoined nations. With the people of the La Goona area uniting against the Ningen people (to which, their were many disputes), to the massive reaching Hwajenii nation to the Calide rainforest, these people were unknown until the 1000s.

However, this period was also more known for the foundation of the city of Khamoana, southwestern. Formed by a nomadic group of merchants, it was a major trading hub in the early stages of the period. Believed to have been founded in the 7th century, it known for being the forted port city of southeast Asia. Aided by the travelling of the Khmer empire, it is the first noted sign of horses in Awenativian history. As well, it is the earliest trace of the animal in Oceania. Becoming the trademark of Moanan people (as they were known by), the merchants used the horses to travel and created trade routine on the island. Meeting with both the Texjaran and Zodiceak people, the many innovations that the Moanans would create, would reach the other nations of Awenativia. Such as the construction of roads, Awenativia finally became connected in the mid-10th century.

- Zodicio Period (1100 - 400 BCE)

The short period that dawned the golden age of Awenativian history, this Axial Age period is highly theorized and mixed with myths and folk legend. As written by the Zodiceak text, the southern city of the Tizoc nation was invaded by a warring tribe from the Tall Trees area, between the late 1200s and 1030 BCE. As the rich northern Tizoc city were far safer in their isolated location, their open neighbors to the south were not as protected. They were heavily ravaged for their resources and crops, as the few who escaped fled into the forest. Running to the west, they ended up in the swamps and lagoons of the bayou.

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While most of what came is heavily riddled with myths what is known was that the survivors turned to a isolated flourishment of development, reconnecting with the religion of the InQuan, they resurfaced the runes and symbols that the first people used. Studies have found that the bases of the Aewkian language was built in this time period, along with their writing system. Scripts proclaim that the Zodiceak people united the island, founded the Awenativian pantheon, and began organizing missions to the Americas and Asian continent.

In this time period, the Tizoc nation was focussing on renovating their farming systems and interior city. The first roads were constructed of stone and brick, which the island was rich in, and connected safe ways of travel between Zodicea and Tizo'tanka. As well, the InQuan folktales and oral history was documented in archives in northern Tizoc. Uniting into a order of kingdoms, they would form the roots of the Tizoc empire.

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Building numerous grand temples and giant stone heads in honor of their gods, the older step pyramids were developed . These monuments would pale in comparison to the construction of the Pyramids of Zodicea, built in the 2th century BCE. The Zodiceak people would study astrology, mathematics, and geography in these temples, to great accuracy.

Living on the river banks around the swamp, they would soon travel and spread the oral messages of the gods. Documenting the many tribes around them (like the Texjaran, Emoks, Najovex, Questrian, and Hwajenii), they created the first few maps and records of Awenativia. And by 1170, they had mapped out the entire island before reconnecting to the Tizoc people. To which, they would merge under the dynasty and tell of the wants of the gods. As the Tizoc people put it, the Zodiceak shamans spoke of the need to build a power civilization to help their gods combat the darkness. Calling the invasion of south Tizoc the 'Deadly Plague', the newly formed empire found and destroyed the tribe who conquered them,centuries prior. Erasing them from history, the Tizoc empire was born, bringing Awenativia out of the Classical age and in the Golden age of imperialism.

Between the years, Zodiceak influence stretched across the island of Awenativia. Around the earlier elements of this period, the religious text of the Zodicio age began to involve gods and deities from father regions of the map. First accounts of the Zodiceak pantheon are mentioned during this age, with the Aewkian language and writing system reached the Questrian and Ningen nations by the end of the 7th century.

It is believed that Pol Geist may have been amongst the many philosophers and minds borns and raised during this age of new enlightenment. He would write his thoughts in scrolls that would become lost to time, before being rediscovered in a hidden mounted tomb in the Kronosianislands.

- Oasbi Period / The Great Exploration (600 BCE - 190 CE)

The Oasbezeus, legendary longship that was sailed upon the first journey to Japan
The Oasbezeus, legendary longship that was sailed upon the first journey to Japan

The first pilgrimage to Japan happened in this period, with the Ningen advancement in longboat construction and innovation. Steered by the practical use of storing resources as well as men, these boats were the first ships of the the island. Records of the time displayed numerous accounts of voyages thereafter, enough to map out and graft the Pacific ocean. Awenativian exploration led them to arrive in Mesoamerica, New Zealand, Indonesia, and Hawaii; even Antarctica was roughly represented in the scripts of the great waters. And because of this, trade routes soon surfaces along the coastline of the southeast asian islands. The water buffalo, chicken, and the horse was invasively brought to Awenativia, where they would be bred and traded upon the greater nations of Tizoc, Zodicea, Ningen, and Questria, making ranching and farming much easier. Documentation of Japanese influence in paddy fields, understanding of iron forging, as the Wakikian nation was developed by the merging cultures of Japanese merchants and Awenativian traders.

The redstone docks of Kha'moana were known to always be open and lit
The redstone docks of Kha'moana were known to always be open and lit

Merchants became the primary focus of the tribe, trading gold and gems for animals, crops, and documentation of their advancements. The Moanan people of Khmer would be first mentioned in this period as the horsemen of the southern valleys. Kha'moana would be formed along the coast of the Simi islands. They would bring the spice trade, connecting Awenativia to the route that linked them to India and the Middle East.

Awenativia would continue trading with both Japan and southeast Asia, during this period.

- Jadiox Period (190 - 800) / Classical Age

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As philosophy and learning spread across the island, the Zodiceak and Tizoc nation became aware of the growth of the neighboring nations, and feared a struggle for supremacy. Furthermore, with southeast asia starting to demand goods from the island, they worried about the coming of war, if they didn't unite into a powerful nation. With the enlightenment age being ended by the tension between moanan and wakikian tribes, over trading deals, a greater series of battles took place between the nationalistic Questrian and the imperialistic Ningen nations. Between the first century and 220 CE, the Mona'kikin war would debut many weapons and tactics that would spread across the Awenativian culture and influence the Jadixes. Guerilla warfare, arrow flanking from trees, naval river borages, all first used in this the war.

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Wealth of the Awenativian people brought many forewarnings from monks and priest alike, as noble classes began to take control their large periods of land. Farmers would contract themselves to families who owned land, since many couldn't purchase land themselves. These families would become aristocrats, and the high-class. Focusing on sports, art, music, and theatre, much of ancient Awenativian culture came after 250 CE, when the war finally ended in Ningen victory. This would shift the islanders away from the bronze age armour and cloth that the southern people used, since the victorious Ningens used far lighter and durable metals like steel or bronze-plated mail. The use of better bows and lighter swords and spears, iron tomahawks and axes would assist them. Soon, the Tizoc, Questrian, and Hwajenii people would follow suit and update their militaries.

The royal guard would be more prominently featured, more than any age before it, as the wealthy nations were often ambushed on trading travels and invaded by forest tribes for goods. Zodicia would instate the nation of Tzian as the chosen emperor of the entire island. A theocracy under the Zodiceak pantheon, they were allied with the Tizoc empire, who protected them.

- Tzasonese Empire (800 - 1080s)

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Heavily influenced by the thought that a sole leader could connect the nations of Awenativia into one united people, the Zodiceak monks spread the prophecy that a great kingdom would command that island. And, it would be led by the child of the first Awenativian in Zodiceak myth. To which, the small clan of Tzianese merged along the Springfield hilltops. Small and isolated by the praised mountains that the ancient InQuans lived in, the Shiej of Tzian claimed that his people were the children of InQua, and purely derived from the first men of divinity. Furthermore, pointing to their actually relation to the monks of the holy InQuan, the Zodiceak announced that the Tzasonese were the direct link to the gods, holder of the Tzas (title literally translated as 'the child of the heavenly mothers'), and the chosen rulers of Awenativia.

From the 9th century to the 11th century, Tzian would see a influx of wealth and nourishment from Tizoca, Hwajenii, and Texjara. All seeking favor in national politics, the Tzas position was heavily praised and held to a statue close to the gods. Both the Tzas and his wife, the Quas, were the head of the national Awenativian people. Bringing many of the nations, especially the largest and most powerful one, under his rule, Tzian brought Awenativia out of the Classical age and into the Golden age of imperialism.

- Quiso Tzaro Period (1090s - 1120) / Golden Age

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With the Tzasonese empire taking over the influence of the Tizoc empire, from the central swamps to the eastern shorelines, upgraded roads and traveling bridges were built to make trading easier. As neighboring nations and merchant groups moved across the mountainous empire with rich cargo, bands of theives were popular, as who tribes made their living off of robbing the empires. So, the guards of these nations would upgrade, with the arrival of silver forging. New armour and weaponry would be crafted and constructed out of lamellar steel plate mail, and the Jadix class was created. Hired mercenaries at first, became valuable members of the noble family, usually marrying in, once they had the opportunity to. By 835, they were accustomed elements of a large nation, and were the noble class by the end of the 10th century.

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The gods had became major factors of theatres, sporting and musical rituals, were they were worshiped through retellings of their deeds and involvement with the people of the island. Gold leaf paper, illuminate manuscripts, gems and jewelry, and fine fabrics like silk and ryline were being used by the high-class and wealthy. Art would take new depths in colour and articism, neo-realism began to mold sculptures, as the united union of nations would grow from small valley city states into large feudal kingdoms, ruled by Shiefs under the Tzasonese Tzar under the gods of their island. The entire island was connected through a advanced message system.

Schools would form, along with advanced market organizations and city formations. Studying or the natural world and social world was commonly taught to young children, teaching them mathematics system of calculating advance numbers and calculations. Business increased in this time, universities and libraries were instituted, and science early was conducted. Infact, revolutionary discoveries in astronomy and medicine was done during this time.

- Kawakuza Period (1126 - 1389)

meeting between the Wakikin clan and the Nakatomi clan, 1447
meeting between the Wakikin clan and the Nakatomi clan, 1447

A minor period mixed between the normal continuity of Awenativian history, this time was important for the Wakikin people. Exiled from the Ningenempire after the Mono'kikin war, ex-citizens would travel to the Kronosianislands and create camps, around the 10th century. The main significance of this clan was that their explorers had traveled to Japan, which is actually where their name comes from. Arriving sometime around the threat of the Mongol Invasion, they studied the feudal development of the Japanese people, and the dawning of the samurai class.

Upon return to Awekia, the explorers and merchant brought back much knowledge. To which, they gained the attention of the rest of the Awenativian people. Steering another reformational influence on the Jadix warriors, who updated their armour, tactics, and tools to eventually defeat the Javanese empire from Indonesia, the Wakikin people continued exploring during the warring age.

- Mayajapaen war (1270 - 1320)

Mikajya bay, constructed in 1136, was a primary site in the setting of the Mayajapaen war
Mikajya bay, constructed in 1136, was a primary site in the setting of the Mayajapaen war

In the midst of the Golden Age of the Quiso Tzaro period, the grown threats of the southeast asian empires were developing into the closing of trading routes, by 1130. Since Awenativian merchant ships had to pass through Indonesia to get to Japan and India, the thalassocratic empire sawt to cut off their main source of income. However, seeing it not work, with the realisation of the Wakikin's new route past Hawaii to Japan and Korea, the Majapahit empire sent a fleet of warships to the island, to force a deal for higher prices.

Hearing of this happening, the Kha'moanas and Questrians began development of a fortified walling barrier, that'll halt the invading army; and the Mikajya Bay was finished in 1136. Seeing this, the rest of the 12th century was highlighted by the emergence of Awenativian castles and forts. Taken from Incan techniques, their walls were crafted out of steam-wielded stones and boulders, to stop invasions.

Fearing the 'great external wars', the nations united before the battle began in the heat of summer, lasting for four months after. While the Majapahit army arrived, the Hwajenii messaged the island of their numbers, with the Ningen and Wakikin navies meeting in La Goona.

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Ballistic crossbows (which they had previously gained from the southeast asians) and early catapults, placed at the top of clifftopped forts, they fired upon the ships from above, forcing them to either back away or move in for docking. Within the for months, the La Goona portside cities were burned down in the battle of 1178. But, Awenativia did win the encounter, with sinking of the five warships by the hands of revolutionary naval technology and seafaring tactics.

The victory would lead to a second battle, with 20,000 soldiers brought to Awenativia to invade Questria in 1204, where Mikajya bay would be used. Unprepared in the armour and tactics of the Jadixes, who charged into battle with crossbow horsemen and swordsmen foot troops. Against the less-armoured, cloth and bronze covered, less prepared.....

- Hijolipio Period (1000s - 1400s) / Golden Age

The golden age of pre-Settler Awenativian history, the Hijolipio period was a time of great growth and in the Tizoc and Hwajenii culture. Named after the southern city of Hijolipio (c. 1042), a major trading hub of the early 13th century. Paved in stone bricks and slabs of clay rock, the entire city was constructed around a central palace and many towers. With theatres and ball courts built up, the city catapulted the Hwajenii people into a prominent status is Awenativia. Rivalling the grand city of Tizo'hemaca (c. 950) in the Tizoc empire, these two people groups started the spread of trade routes and goods. Using the maps that the Zodiceak had drawn out, Awenativia experienced a boom of activity and connection, unlike any period before.

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Art, pottery, literature, poetry, architecture, goods, and knowledge was stretched out across the larger empires. With the joining of Qunofeti by the Questrians and the capital city of Hinode Toji of the Ningen people, numerous great cities sprung up across the land, each as large and grand as Hijolipio. As the Kokka Genshu Castle and the La Gonna pueblos showed the architectural foresight of the inlanders, many pyramids stretched into the skyline of the forest, in the Tizoc imperial grounds. With gold and jewels riddling the empires with wealth, the class system began to grow and widen out, as Jadix and noblemen started broadening their might. And, unknown to them at the moment, a great battle for power would come, not only between the empires, but between the classes.

- Jadixio Period (1320s - 1458) / Eclipsed Era

As the grand class system grew into a medieval feudalism, the Shiejs started to see their authority tested in the time of the golden age. Most notably in the boiling rivalry of the Hwajenii and Tizoc, both nations experience a rise of wealthy noblemen and military unrest, calling for a dominant takeover of their threat, leading to the first of many wars. In the summer of 1325, a collected group of Jadixes marched into the forest range behind Texjara city and the Battle of Might began. A series of imperial battles that made up a grand war between the two powerful empires, it would be the marking event of the Jadixio age.

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Named after the Jadix warrior class of the time, these noblemen were chosen by Zkhowans and shamans to be the destined warriors for their gods. Held to high statuses, they began to convince their own Sheijs into wars over resources, for the needs of their class. As noblemen fought for wealth and riches, many political disputes surfaced in this age.

As silver and iron became more used, with many silver mines being forged, the Questrian and Ningen tribes would forcefully create empires for themselves. As these battles were romanticized by the natives of the inner city, the military creation of Guojjixa utilized jungle warfare and guerrilla tactics to better use the Awenativian landscape as a battleground. Hiding the many atrocities of war, empires like the Ningen nation committed numerous violent acts. Starting with the taking of the Kronosian islands, they eventually commanded all but La Goona, who were allied with the Questrian nation in defence. While the Hwajenii faced many attacks from smaller tribes around them, the Zodiceak managed to stay away from the countless battles that took place in this period. However, a flooding of the swamps, in the fall and winter of 1413, led to the abandoning of Zodicea. With most of its natives moving back to the heart of the Tizoc empire, many did leave for Texjara, Hwajenii, and as far out as Questrian.

And with the fall of Zodicea, the golden age slowed down and eventually ended with state of peace. Brought on by the 'five empire acts', the Tizoc, Questrian, Ningen, Hwajenii, and Texjaran all agreed on a peace treaty, by the 1450s. And, this state of peace and tranquility would continued until the arrival of Europeans.

The Great Unity of Awekia

Hunskhan Maequezaks was born in Kha'moana in 1220, to a shipping crewman. Raised upon a juuk, he had a mastered understanding of navigation and shipwork. Travelling to distant lands in southeast Asia and eastern Asia, he worked under the merchant captain of Ct. Phlagni. Young Hunskhan began working at a very young age, assisting his father in building ships and navigating the open sea. By the 12, he had witnessed both his mother's homeland of Silla (southern Korea), and the wealthy islands of the Pacific. The biggest influence on the young boy was the thought of living out his life as a lower deckman.

"I no longer longed to be as my father was, a slave to his deck. I wanted free from such a grooling life."

~ Hanskhan, age twelve

As he came of age, his hard work and willingness to prove his worth led Ct. Phlagni to arm him and place him at the front of his army. Leading the guard to protect the captain, a sixteen year old Hanskhan, who had spent his life at sea, was angered to find the captain's campaign was over. They ported in Pasola, his fleet was released, and Hanskhan returned with his father, home to Kha'moana. Hanskhan would join a crew of pirates, using his merrett under the guard of Phlagni, and accumulated a group that he titled 'Stoow'triae' (storm marchers). Promising wealth and fortune, he spent all of his money on a fleet of Krav'rra longships, since they were cheap. While not as trained nor as equipped as the jadixs, they managed to defeat numerous tribes, conquer the tropical islands and settled a port on the largest of them, Otahaete (modern day Tahiti). The Staetiars (a term of still unknown origins) used iron weapons they docked on the beaches, directly before a clan of warriors of the Areo'ala clan. Defeating them in battle, Hanskhan noted the lack of armour and archery being the defining factor in their loss.

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In the years afterwards, he would form a reasonable trading route in the southern islands of Questria, and becoming a influential figure in Kha'moana. Bringing in great wealth to the island, and structuring Otahaete into a Awekian colony, many began to look to Maequezaks as a heroic leader of the nation of Questria. To which, he travelled to the Ningen and Tizoc kingdoms. Holding council for the two nations' assistance in a larger expedition into the greater Polynesian islands. The Ningen sheij would propose that he should conquer the rest of Otahaete, first.

They would return with twice as many men, most of them women, fruit and gems, fish and other foods. But, on the journey back, Hanskhan would see the way his men treated the women, advancing upon them with sleazy aggression, to which he stopped them quick stabbing of the man who did so. With a stirn order, he warned the men never to act as brutes of low upbringing.

"One law to those within my command, I warn of thee to obey. Act as I, live of respect and loyalty, truth and order; leave behind those barbaric way that used to be. We are of wealth, now. So live as so."

~ Hanskhan Maequezaks

Afterwards, Hanskhan would return with great wealth and bounty, he traded what he acquired, paying off his men and spending what he had left in buying a juuk of his own and expanding his men. With the payment he gave, he requested that his men spend it on armour and weaponry, since he planned to go back and take the entire island. He eventually had 200,000 men, upon twenty four ships of juuks and krav'rras alike. The Ningen islands and the Tizoc empire would publically sway towards him, and his men. They would both deliver jadix armies to him, as he built his own castle in Kha'moana. A trading dock that was to house a grand plaza of trade and organization, it attracted great attention. General Yi'pansu of Tizoc was sent as an ambassador of Tzian, requested from the Tzar, to investigate the claims of Hanskhan overstepping his bounds as a merchant, and making himself a emperor. But, in his arrival, Maequezaks had already left to Samoa.

Attentions on Southeast Asia

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A full century after the rise of the Tongan empire, Hanskhan send a fleet of traders to meet with the mighty empire on the Samoan islands, were 300 Tongan warriors saw them. There, he asked for permission to pass through. To which, his men were denied by Talakaifaiki, the 15th king of the Tu'i Tonga dynasty of their monarchy. A battle ensued, leading to 200 Awekian trader deaths on Tutuila.

When word returned to Hanskhan, he personally took a fleet of 200 jadixs, and 200 of his own troops to Samoa, where he landed on the same beach. Estimates say the first battle took place in 1257. He was noted to have told the people of the island that he held no ill will towards the inhabitants of the beautiful island. Instead, the men who wronged his men. So, many of the samoans, where were already angry with the empire for killing their chief, and becoming tyrannical to them, gave peace to the Awekian, who passed through to the camps of the Tongan warriors. Near 300 strong, Hanskhan stormed the beaches fully armoured and clothed. The battle was brutal, with large numbers of deaths on both side. But, the jadixes were victorious. Because of this, Hanskhan had a outpost built at the camp, sending for more forces to be brought over from Tizocland and the Ningens.

Between 1257 and 1258, with the help of the Samoans, the Moanan awenativian would conquer the entire island, and construct a trading and protection connection with Upola, Malua, Uvea and Savaii. All of Samoa was closely allied with the Awenativian empire. As the Awekians assisted the Samoans is defending the island, the were bestowal of the highly reverential title "Malietoa" ("Malie toa, malie tau" (literally, "Brave warrior, bravely fought")), by the Tongans, marking a period in Samoan history. Being used by the Awekians as a synonym for the people and islands, they continued moving out to Fiji.

The First True Tzas

By the age of thirty-five, Hanskhan would return to Awenativia with all of Samoa and Tonga under his command. Bringing back the legend of his conquering of the sacred lands, and taking of the polynesian empire, citizens from all of the kingdoms looked to him as a diplomatic savior of their protection. In that notion, they praised him as king. And, the disappointing tzas of the age, Marilakitopo was outraged because of it. Having been at the end of claims of corruption and not being a respectful emperor, many of the five kingdoms believed he should be overthrown as ruler. Fanning protest and uprising riots against his name and rule, it led to the taking of Tzian, Hanskhan marched 300,000 of his men through Tizoc to Tzian, to execute the emperor, who struck against him. But, when he arrived, Mariakitopo surrendered to imprisonment, offering the crown and his daughter to Hanskhan. He would marry Mariakita in 1260, to rightfully be throned tzas.

And, in his time, he would unite the island, with reforms and treaties of ex-national issues. But, living in paranoia, he moved his home back to Kha'moana, where Mariakita bared four children. Upvoting his personal faith of Geistism, he endorsed the philosophy as a reaction to the numerous sects of their polytheistic past.

European Expeditions

- Barcharian nomads (1348 - 15th century)

Between the 13th and 14th century, the Barboss people began migrating out of Greece and away from the growing tension between Christendom and the Islamic kingdoms. As the Serbians took control of the Byzantium between 1331 and 1346, followed by a civil war that ended in the Ottomans overtaking the empire, a exodus happened soon after, with the wealth escaping along the silk road. Little is known of the nomadic group, besides their religious liberalism and artistic romanticism. It is unknown as to where they moved next. But, it is known (through tomb studies) that the nomadic group arrived in ex-Tocharian region of mongolia for half a century before moving south into the Malay region.

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Awentivian accounts from the Ningen trading record mention a community of seafaring nomads, bringing two large boats of people over with them in the 1370s.

"They came from China, but were not of it. They have light skin and long wavy hair, some brown and some red. They could not understand Aewkian writings, or the religious elements of our people. When they finally learned to communicate with us, they spoke of coming from a land beyond India and the Muslims."

~ Ningen accounts of the first Europeans on the island

They were said to have settled in the Tall Trees region, making trade with the Ningens, by the 15th century. Little else is mentioned of the tribe, with most accounts stating that they were solitary and reserved for themselves, except for trade.

- The voyage of Giovanni I. and Manciquic Drake (1450 - 1480)

Giovanni I was a diplomat, nobleman, and explorer hired by the Jestor kingdom to trade with the chinese. Spending his early life studying in Constantinople, where he learned the traveling technique of Marco Polo and the eastern expeditions. Salting out the Jestor kingdom, who wanted to align themselves with the chinese in trade, he was hired to meet with the south asian empires as a ambassador of the Italian kingdom. He left Venice in February 1454, traveled through central Europe, Kiev, and Georgia and reached Tabriz in August 1459. In December of 1460, he left southern India by boat, sailing with a band of merchants to Malay. There, he heard stories of the Barcharian tribe of Awenativian.

Upon first sight of Awekia and it people, he wrote.

"Far away from South Asia, the Asians took me to a land where the mountains stretched over the clouds, and the trees were plentiful. I first met with peoples of tall, slender size, they held themselves with high class and nobleness. Speaking a language different from anything known to me, it sounded nothing like the languages I've encountered on the way. They rode horse of braided manes and tails, and lived in stone and brick villas surrounded by tall stone walls. Rich with gems and gold, they were even wealthier in silver and copper, which they wore as armour."

~ Notebook of Giovanni I. (1489)

While there, he was taken to the Barchorian city of Barboss, recording the people and the language. Mentioning that they spoke a Latin-based Greek dialect. He roughly understood the citizens, but recognised their culture. Upon returning to Italy with account of gold and silver in a remote island, he later made a second and third trip with more funding for ships and caravans of trade. Giovanni would be remembered for introducing the knowledge of Awekia to Europe, especially the Jestor kingdom. He would learn the native language, before writing the Royal Tongue of Kingdoms in 1490, a manuscript to translate Awenativian into Italian, as well as some Latin and Greek.

After Giovanni, the Jestor kingdom sent a ambitious Manciquic Drake to continue trade with Awenativia. From the southeastern french House of Drake, he was tasked with trying to find a manner of getting to Awekia without going along the silk road, or Giovanni I's route. So, he took three ships and sailed south of Africa in 1477. Vasco la Paola was...

Awekian History

- Settlement Era (1498 - 1630)

The second wave of Europeans arrived in the year 1498. Three ships with a total of 500 southern Italians and Greeks voyagers set sail south of Africa, through the Indian, and into the southeast Asian island, under the leadership of nobleman-turned explorer, Raphael Luisio Knight. A former knight-turned-explorer of French descent, he was the leading knight of the Jestorian kingdom of Jest. Exiled from the Italian peninsula, fleeing from their ruined kingdom, the House of Jestius, with the best of their kingdom, fled from Italy with their most loyal soldiers and servants. The Hercion, Orcion, and Persion, carrying 500 men (including their families), traveled for nearly a full year before finding the islands of Awekia. Landing on what is now Whitechapel, they were encountered by two Ningen juuks of trade. Avoiding hostility, Raphael asked of Manciquic Drake, who was said to still be living on the island.

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In two months, they would meet, along with the young Tzas Osiris, a young warrior who awaited his crowning. And in this meeting, the Italian group would be condemned to the beach, upon realization of their royal past. To avoid his mother, Quas Leia, finding out and executing them, they would live in the small city of Jestiopia, learning and adapting to the island and the people. Settling in the newly founded city of New Casa, the area was eventually deemed the Settlement District (which is the oldest Awekian city). Named after the settlers that moved into the enhanced forest side of the eastern coast, they named the new found city-state Awekia. However, they would eventually move farther west into the plains, to build a bigger town and agricultural area. They named the new area New Settleland, and considered it to be the nation’s capital. However, with many attempts by the Queen Jestor and Princess Olivia, they gradually integrated the Jestiopia settlement into what they called 'Awekia'. And with that, and the growing relationship of Osiris and Olivia, they would marry the two in 1515, bringing the Jestor family and monarchy of Tzianese into a union. Afterwards, following the marriage of the two, the Jestors were introduced to Leia by 1516, when she stepped down from the throne.

Jestopia would become the home of trade and art, as the Jestorians brought the artistic works of the Italian Renaissance to the Tizoc and Ningenese people. The ex-Barchonian city of Barboss would link to them, with the same latin origins, and they would trade up and down the Tizoc river. Of this age, Bartholomew Vespucci would become renowned. A Italian Geistic monk of 1524 that first studied the religion of the indigenous people. In his meeting with the Zodiceak people (t/s 'Star-searchers') he learned much of their myths, and was the first to establish the link between them and the Zodiacs, which lead to the Awekian naming of the myths as Zodiceak and the gods as the zodiac counterpart. Teaching them to the European, the Geistic monks popularized Awenativian spiritualism in the Jestorians and Barbossians, who admired the fluid and adaptive nature of Geistism. And, by 1540, nearly the whole city had converted to becoming Geist, under the pleasure of the crown.

Trade and communication was quickly welcomed. With religious thought, language, agriculture, art, science, and philosophies passing upon them both. The Settlers were influenced heavily by Awenativian understanding of astronomy, mathematics, and medicine. And, the natives aspired to Geistism and the Romantic art. They funded enough to construct small gallows, to the Ningenese marvel. As well as buying juuks for travel, the Jestorians expanded their travels around the island. On September 20, 1537, a trader by the name of Edo Vellichi noticed spanish flags and ships sailing west on the Pacific. He and the Jestorians immediately warned the Tzianese of the events in the New World. With knowledge of the invasions upon the Aztecs, Inca, and Maya, Osiris worried of their empire claiming conquest of Awenativia. So, he had the Declaration of Unification drafted up and signed by the chiefs and noblemen of each kingdom and clan of the island (including the Jestorians).

- Jestic Dynasty and Slow Economic Growth

Sir Scotvjeer Jest, one of the first Jestorian knights to join the Jedixes
Sir Scotvjeer Jest, one of the first Jestorian knights to join the Jedixes

At the wedding of Osiris and Olivia, there were many invited to join. And from across the world, the noble family of the Jest came to attend, with Sir Paul Jest, Olliver Jest the First, Mary Irres Jest, and Scotvjeer Jest all being in attendance. They were even married by a Jest, whom was happy to conjoin two long-separated lines of theirs together under royalty.

Unknown to the Settlers of the time, Osiris was of the Che'valier family, who were related to the aristocratic Barbossian nomads though union of marriage. In 1535, the Barbossa family and the Jest family, under Jeslios Barbarosius, established the founding of a revolutionary style of banking for the islanders. More centralized and protected, the monarchs were the first to use it; influencing the nobles of the island to follow. Soon, the Che'valier, Barbossa, Jest, and Maequezaks family were amongst the wealthiest on the island; which caused the attraction of the wedding

The House of Jest was a line of collectors and bankers that acclaimed their fame and fortune in the acquiring of mass importance. Closely linked to dukes and kings across Europe, they were prominently present in England, France, Italy, and the Byzantine empire. And, in 1520, they made their claim to Awekia by connecting themselves with the Jestius and Che'valier families. From the time they arrived, the noble aristocrats secretly plated their roots in early Awekian society. Scotvjeer Jest joined the Jadixes in 1521 and commanded them by 1540, further merging them with the Statesmen by his death in 1568. Olli Jest the First founded Blairwood in 1548, with the Blackchapel region.

- Spanish Arrival / The Awekio-Spanish War (1540 - 1615)

A Spanish fleet of naval ships arrived on the bay of the southwestern side of Awekia, having followed the route of Awekian sailors, in 1540. They founded the colony of Rico Bay and began their exploration of the island. They began pursuing wealth in the forest of the western side of the land, eventually leading to the discovery of the Los Dragones desert. There, they did find gold and jewels. However, in their short time, they discovered and have numerous conflicts with the natives. Defeating numerous tribes, they gathered entail on where more gold might be, which eventually led them to the central nation of the Texjaran and Hwajenii. More than 50 conquistadors marched through the wetlands and into the territory of the Texjaran people, under the command of Hector de la Cortez. Finding gems and jewels in the caves around the southern forest areas, they continued exploring the area before being warned by the natives who lived on the land. Unwilling to give up the riches, they attacked the nation of Texjara, in the 'Texjaran Massacre'. Nearly two-thirds of the Texjaran people were killed in the incident. With the fleeing of the natives to the range of the Tizoc empire, the large Awenativian nation grew aware of the Spaniards. And with them, Tzas Tzas did. Immediately, he ordered Tizoc to send 200 jedixes to confront the invaders before they crossed the central valleys. And, on the evening of November 7, 1540, the Battle of Texjara began. Two hundred Tizoc jadixes, assisted by a hundred and fifty plus Texjaran soldiers pressed the Spaniards back to the Long River, where they were reinforced by 300 conquistadors. A stalemate was held, until 230 Ningenese juuks arrived at the coast.

Sir Martino Batista Bizarro
Sir Martino Batista Bizarro

Knowing that they were outnumbered, Cortez retreated back to the colony, and sent for reinforcements. Soo, in three months time, a Spanish ambassador to the empire arrived with request to speak to the ruler of the island. By the name of Martino Batista, he was hired for his diplomatic skills, to speak and defuse to escalate situation. Along to his side, Doña la Matlinche, an mesoamerican woman who was brought with him, because of her knowledge of the language and costumes of the Awenativian people, Batista did receive entry into the courts of Theeds, in Kha'Moana. He described that his empire of Spain was offering Awekia an allianceship, stating their spice trade constroll, and island goods as a request from peace. However, Tzas Osiris refused, with no intentions of aligning with them, after the Battle of Texjara. He only wanted them to leave and never return.

But, Hector de la Cortez had another strike in mind. In the summer of 1541, three spanish vessels attacked Theeds with an storming of the bay-side palace. A hundred spanish knights opened battled with the imperial guard, and were met with surprise at the guards use of gunfire. Having came to a close of the conquest of Mexico, the Philippines, and Inca, the Spanish expected the same of the Awenativians. However, even more of a surprise that was no foreseen, the palace was revealed to have cannons. And, firing rocket projectiles, an invention they got centuries prior, in China, the burned the ships, as the royal family escaped back to the mountainous city of Tzian. Capturing the messenger squad of Batista and Matlinche, they made it to Tzian, where a army of 500,000 jedixes waited in guard.

Doña la Matlinche
Doña la Matlinche

As more spanish ships arrived in the bay, to take Theeds, with the coming of Marcus Bizarro, conqueror of Peru and brother of Martino, fifteen Ningenese juuks and five Jestorian gallows stormed with combustion rockets onto the spanish fleet. Marcus was killed in the invasion, as Osiris' son, Osiris II the Wolfhart, led the change. Aiming to prove his worth as a warrior and leader, before taking the throne, he sought to hold the Spanish off. For the next year, the Spanish colony of Colonia would see the arrival of Hernando de Soto, looking to personally see to the defeat of the Awenativians, after failing to discover wealth in the Floridian jungles.

La Matlinche was freed from captivity, by the Jadixes, after swearing to teaching them of the Aztec's downfall. She alerted them of all of Spain's tactics, and pursuit for gold, slavery, and forced conversion to christianity. Many Awekian saw pity and disgust in the exploits of the empire, and Dona would become famous (often portrayed as a symbol of the poor downfall of the great mesoamerican people). In 1547, she would marry Osiris II, and take the throne of royalty. The thirty year-old tzas was throned emperor, in 1550. And, his first act was outlawing christianity and slavery. He strongly opposed the Spanish colony, and organized a fleet of new guards. Specially trained in the tactics of handling European knights, and protecting the crown, he called them 'Kingsmen'. Mostly informed by the Jestorians, they studied what the Europeans used to achieve victory in the Americas.

- The Kingsmen, Statesmen Order, and House of Lords

Sir Gazzoniki de Kjutti, one of the first Settlers to become of Kingsman
Sir Gazzoniki de Kjutti, one of the first Settlers to become of Kingsman

With the Jestors' emergence into power at the dawn of Awekian society, the remainder of their royal guard would become Osiris II's Jadixes and protectors, policing his land and training his soldiers. Accepting loyal servants of young age, who were strong and fit, into the class of noblemen, the Jestors allowed the highest of Settler families to join their order of knights. Growing to the size of a few hundred men, they were expertly trained and prepared for the combat of war that was emerging between the Spanish and Awenativians.

The Kingsmen received their first bit of combat in a defensive rebuttal at the Battle of Bog Mountain. Along the hilltops of central Middex, they repelled the Spanish with the guerrilla tactics of the Texjaran rebels and Tizoc Jedixes. Fighting to press the empire away from the eastern side of the island, they were successful after a long fought series of scrimmages in the thick jungles, that saw the Spaniards fall apart to unfamiliar environments. With much victor for the Awekians, the Kingsmen grew further with the addition of Awenativian Jedixes that lost their homes during the Spanish invasions, and would reach nearly 300,000 by the next century.

However, though the Settlers had great faith in their leader, Osiris II, the majority didn't trust the royal Jestius. Common thought was that they would leach the nation dry, so in the span between their arrival and 1521, a unknown amount of meetings commenced over a method of protecting the nation from a absolute strength. So, the House of Lords was forged and inside their meeting grounds, they would be guarded by the Statesmen. A series of regional factions of soldiers who were not allowed to join the Kingsmen, and didn't trust the Jestius, they started policing their lower class homelands along the outskirts of the Awekian kingdom. Influencing the views of the commoners, the House of Lords developed into the voice of the commoners, eventually getting the attention of Osiris II, who agreed to hold a meeting with the group, too much disarray of the Jestius. And in 1536, he declared the Lords as the representatives of the crown, placed himself in the order under the House of Che'valier, and established the Statesmen as his special police force.

- The March of Fort Tzian (1567 - 1575)

The Awenativian nations all sent 20,000 jadixes to Awekia out of necessity, fearing Spanish domination. However, in the mourning of summer, in 1567, they learned of the conquistadors traveling through the mountains to ambush the holy city. Living in the mountainous city of Tzian, the entire native population believed in and followed their emperor, who ordered trhem to split and hold forts within the forest. So, the Spanish and Awekians looked towards the swaying of their opinions of many matters. Although, word was released revealing Spain's plans to sack Tzian and take the crown for themselves, forcing a surrender. Fighting their way through the forest, against numerous tribes along the way, the Awekians organized a defence against a Spanish invasion of the royal city. However, public views were nonchalant on the issue, with many Europeans viewing it as a native affair of little concern for them.

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But, Osiris II and Scotvjeer Jest and the king of the Tizoc nation, Bruzo d'Tizoc, saw grave importance in the religious and national hub of the Awenativian world. Having converted to Giestism, the Jest family heavily motivated other houses to join in the defence. Accumulating in the March of Fort Tzian, in 1567, the legendary battle that saw the further uniting of the kingdoms to the emperor. The religious climate helped Awekia's motives in helping Tzian protect itself, with the Tzianese funding the military's hand. More than the king, the Scotvjeer led 30,000 knights of Statesmen up to Tzian with 50,000 Tizoc and Ningen Jadixes. Against a hundred thousand Spaniard troops, the battle lasted for four days and four nights, with many 'flash and dash' offensive acts from the empire, who were growing aware of the Awenativian fighting style, as well as bloody river battles that saw the natives use cannoned ships alongside their fire-rockets, much of the southwestern end of Tzian was destroyed. But, afterwards, Inzo the Gold, commander of the Ningen fleet of ships, led a offencive attack that choked the Spanish military until the rest of the allied troops could diminish their forces into defeat.

Setting up a wall of ships at the base of the Tizoc river, the spanish tried to ram through, leaving them halted for the rest of the Awenativian juuks to attack them. Firing rockets at them, Inzo and his men invaded the royal fleet, killing Hector de la Cortez and Hernando de Soto in the battle. Though, Soto did make it to the city with his personal squad of 500 remaining conquistadors, to finding Marcus Batista and the Spanish army that destroyed the southern region of the city. But, in a midnight raid, they were all defeated.

- Rise of Geistism & Awenalization

The first Polios Geistic temple, St. Blairius Cathedral was constructed over a course of forty years
The first Polios Geistic temple, St. Blairius Cathedral was constructed over a course of forty years

In the rising years after the defensive war of Tzian, Awenativian culture began to flourish in Awekia; particularly religion and art. The tales of Zodiceak myth and legend started to surface from the epics of Bartholomew Vespucci, Italian and Spanish Roman Catholic monk were either exiled back to Spain or succesfully converted to Giestism and began translating Awenativian and European. His four novels (Brajmax, Zodtic Tzar, Dine Tziano'Aw, Natrio Chaox) were taken to the University of Alexandrex (where they have remained) and captivated the Venetians and Italians who voyaged with the Jests. By 1538 Bart and his monastery had converted, followed by Scotvjeer and Olli the First of the Jest, Blairwood was named after Blairius in 1548, Olivia and her family famously converted, and the rest of the Che'valier family followed by 1560. Polios Geistism was founded in 1565, by the Jestorians, who formed a more-Catholic-styled religion out of the spiritual philosophy. The Vespucci's had St. Blairius Cathedral built around the widest open plane of the area, south Blairwood. standing as tall as a four story building, the church beared the architecture of a Gothic age structure. Taking forty years to be completes, it was opened to the public of Awekia by 1576. With a grand main hall that stretches 40ft into the building, the church is a marvel to look at, drawing the attention of all who visited Essex.

Spartiz Athenia Barbaroz, founder of the Barbaros Museum and Spartiz Villa
Spartiz Athenia Barbaroz, founder of the Barbaros Museum and Spartiz Villa

After the March of Tzian, many of the Jest and Justius noblemen planned on rebuilding the southwestern city into a marvel of beauty. Naming it St. Jestor City, after the Italian-Awenativian Jestor Blaeriuz who designed and constructed the new city. Starting in 1589, it was financed by Spartiz Barbaroz family, who saw great interest in preserving the history of Tzian. With the development of the Spartiz Villa, he eventually paid for an entire district of museums and monuments to be built, starting with a fortified chamber for the Declaration of Unification to stand in.

He even funded the wedding between the daughter of the Tzar and Osiris II. After the death of the heir during the war, the princess needed a husband, and the political advantages aided the choice for Tzian and Awekia to unite. With Awekia engulfing the holy city-state, the Tizoc and Ningen empires signed to United Awenativian Trust Act, becoming vassalized trading colonies of the Grand Awekian Kingdom. Comprised by the Apan'chavejobrothers, a conjoined family of noblemen and aristocrats, who wealth was estimated to stretched back to the golden age of Awenativia. They stressed the importance of the Tizoc empire being apart of Awekia.

- The Reign of Terror (1582-1627)

Le Paroi Forte wall, which was the home of the monarchs, during the time of Vladimus' rule
Le Paroi Forte wall, which was the home of the monarchs, during the time of Vladimus' rule

Before Vladimus took the throne in 1585, he swore an oath on the death bed of his father. Promising to bring the downfall of the Spanish colonies in Awekia, he moved his throne to Le Paroi Forte, and began preparing for his invasion of Wessex. Raised under that hatred of the spanish, which his mother instilled in him, he held her rage against the empire. And, as his father died, he took on his war. Seeing Portuguese enter the bays of Colonia, after so much brutality in the Philippines.

With navy man Howie Welheim leading the Awekian fleet at sea, Awekia began hiring privateers to bombard Spanish ships with pirates, in a plan to get control of the gold flow in the Spanish colonies. As a part of Howie's plan, the pirates would rob and steal riches from exporting ships, and funnel the wealth back into the economy of Texjara, through their pirate-friendly ports and bays. This plan ultimately raised the city into a financial boom, by the early 1600s, and ruined the intent of the conquistadors.

In that time, Vladimus focused his plans on the Spanish land army. Looking to the center of Colonia, the king took a horde of 40,000 knights on horseback, and initiated the 'Red River Crusades'. Storming through the western and northern sides of Wessex, he attacked and burned down numerous army bases. Using a strike and flee method of attack, Vlad's horde would move quickly, firing flaming arrows and boulders into the forts, smoking out the men inside, before invading and vanishing into the hillsides. By 1594, the conquistadors were knocked back to the southern side of the county. And, in the winter of 1599, Vladimus would invade the city of Colonia. With a base in the center of the capital, the fought for a full two days of combat. Then after pushing through to the capital, he took the base and the high ranking officers as prisoners. However, in what would define his reign, Vladimus began the 'Howling Massacre'.

For the entirety of the nightfall of the fifth day of the invasion, he dragged the prisoners into the town's square and began to execute them in horrifying ways. Mostly using the traditional methods of the Brazen Bull to burn them alive, he also impales and flattened many. As well as using the iron maiden and gibbeting devises to execute prisoners, depending on their crimes. Eye-witness accounts of soldiers stated that the sight was "weakening to the heart and nightmarish to the mind, the howling cries and bellowing pleads echoed through all of Colonia". His massacre marked the decline of Colonia, and the Spanish presence on the island. And, his crusade dawned the end of the war. Spain's colonies wanted peace and mercy. The old world empire what loosing more that they were gaining on the island, and Vlad's acts had scared many from the island. However, Vladimus would later die of poison, from a arrow he was shot with during the capture of Colonia. Buried in his Texjaran castle, along with his beloved wife Lilith, who was executed by the French government for the 'Slitherous Killings' of 1597, they were both laid to rest in 1602. And, a month later, their younger daughter, Olsiga, would take the reign, after the insanity of her brother, Keivux, proved him to be unfit.

'Vengeful Blaze of Wessex', this 16th century portrait illustrated the fire of Santa Rica.
'Vengeful Blaze of Wessex', this 16th century portrait illustrated the fire of Santa Rica.

The first solely female ruler of Awekia, she ran the country smoothly. Still utilizing Howie's recycling system, Awekia continued smoothly. But, her reign would be forever apptimize by her vengeful act of terror upon the last Spanish colony of Santa Rica. Knowing that the city had been asking for peace, since the reign of her father, she sent a messenger to the colony. If each household were to send a carrier pigeon with a note pleading for a peace treaty, she would bring a end to the war. However, after receiving the pigeons, she set her sinister plan into motion. And, she sent them back to the homes that they came from. But, carrying flaming notes of phosphorus, they returned to the houses that they came from. And, when they returned to Santa Rica, they brought the city up in flames. Burning down the port town, Olsiga brought a small fleet of troops to slaughter those who escaped the burning city. This event was deemed the 'Vengeful Blaze of Wessex', and it lead to the much uproar and unrest. To which, the queen was impeached and exiled to a locked tower, by her third son, Francique. Awekia voted for the House of Osiris to be brought off the throne for their atrocities. And, in 1616, the House of Jestor would start with Francique Antonie Jestor.

- France's Arrival

Captained by Georgiess Lafyette, the French had witnessed the growth of

met in New Settleland, and organized a counterattack against the Spanish. With King Jestor's Kingsmen at the side of Osiris, and the french army organized might, they formed the first army of Awekia. And, by the end of 1540, Georgiess's troops had crossed into the central valleys. Planting a barrier between the Spanish colony of Los Teximo and the Tizoc empire, the French would find their own colony of Le Haven in 1542. One of the reasons for the sudden turn-around was through the assistance of Martino Batista. A spanish messenger who originally sent the word to Awekia, he had stayed in the growing nation of New Settleland. As the French emerged,

Compiling a total of 15,000 troops of Awekio-French soldiers, they ambushed the larger camp of 'El Rico de Grande',and its base of 20,000 Spanish troops. Using the guerrilla tactics of the Awenativians, they took the fort in the 'Bloodbathe of the South', where more than half of both side's men fell. Though, with the help of the Tizoc nation, they took the camp and eventually conquered the area. Led by Osiris II, the young son of King Osiris the Knight, he marched through the northern and central valley striking against empire. Taking back most of the area, they pushed the conquistadors back to the Texjaren territory. And, by the center point of the century, the french had helped Awekia gain control of the central valley. With the help of Martino Batista, the Knightsmen took control of the Middex county.

- French Awekia

A 14th century Awekian iron mine
A 14th century Awekian iron mine

After the gaining of land, Osiris I and his wife would step down, handing the crown to Osiris II, the Wolfhart. In 1548, Awekia formed a agreement with the French colony of Le Haven. Still under the attack of the Spanish army, the Awekian soldiers formed the 'hidden wall', and shielded the city from invaders. And, in by 1550, Le Haven began to grow in mining production, after the discovery of gems like diamond and irons alloys like steel. Trade between Le Haven, Awekia, and Tizoc benefited all three nations. While the colony homed the French military, and a lowered number of workers, the supply of mines became huge. And, in 1551, the city began production on weaponry. With matchlock pistols, broadswords, knives, axes, and armor being the main product to come from those mines, the French and Awekian army quickly grew in newly built weaponry and armor. Furthermore, as they rebuilt their forces, the Tizoc continued updating Awekia on the state of Texjara. With the native's fate growing worst, they had lost the territory. And, while they still fought and compiled a striking scrimmage of counter attacks, the Awenativian tribe was mostly fighting for escape. With rapid unrest from the natives Awenativian tribes around the area, Osiris II announced that he would march into Texjara as soon as he could.

Texjaran chief, Tekimcej was a important figure in the Battle of Texjara.
Texjaran chief, Tekimcej was a important figure in the Battle of Texjara.

And, in the fall of 1553, Osiris II took a fleet of 20,000 knights and marched over the central valley mountain, and down into the Texjaran plains. Planning to take back the Texjaran territories, the French led a small group of ships, Enlightenment Bay of the Spanish Bay (now, Enlightenment Bay). Then, in the early winter of the same year, they performed their 'Awekian Bear-hug', and the army marched into the fallen city from the west, as the navy charged from the southwest. Firing cannon fire into the the beachside forts and watchtowers, the Naval fleet struck first, and created a decoyed front, and as the Awekian flanked from the back, they invaded the city. Due to the secret underground tunnel systems that the Texjaran uses for escape, the Tizoc and Awekian troops utilized their routes to navigate through the city, and ambush the conquistadors. Created by the surviving son of the Texjaran chief, Tekimcej, the tunnels were well-built, and hidden under the houses of the Spanish troops. In fact, unknown to the Awekian forces, Tekimcej had organized a few attacks of the empire before the armies arrived from the east. only 16 at the time of his nation's fall, in 1549. Osiris II learned of Tekimcej as he stormed the city.

After the conquering of Texjara, the French annexed the area into a french colony of Le Havan. After pushing the Spanish back into the western side of the island, they gave Texjara back to its people. Placing their navy in what would become French Bay, the French Awekian ports planted a barrier between the central and western land masses. Tekimcej and his people were placed back into the hierarchy of the city's power. With Awekia and France funneling trade and funding into Texjara and Le Haven, French Awekian built a foundation for itself. Reconstruction was put into work for the rebuilding of the inner city and it outskirts area. Constructing 'Le Paroi Forte' started the first glimpse of silence in the streak of battles, with the wall breaking off the two regions; French Awekia began to construct its economy. After the death of Osiris II, his oldest son, Vladimus, took the Awekian throne.

Regional Might

- Golden Age (1632 - 1770) / Awekian Renaissance (1632 - 1720)

The Golden War finally ended in 1615, with the exile of St. Olsiga. Francique signed a peace treaty with Spain, and planned on spreading Awekia's culture away from its dark past, and prevent a revolt of the Awekian people. The golden age, or the Awekian Renaissance, was this period of Awekian history, which began in 1618 and roughly ended in 1770. A cultural and political movement, it began with the resistance of the crown. From 1618 to 1625, many Awekian citizens grew tired of the monarchy and the warring direction that the country was in, due to Olsiga, there were a series of civil unrest. Led by the House of Vinenary, and Thomius de lu Vinenary, he proclaimed that the monarchy had not changed from the House of Osiris. Proclaiming that the Jestors were still the same party that brought on the social and moral pleat, he attracted many to his cause to place his party in charge of the nation.

By 1620, the House of Jestor were heavily criticized politically. And, the long wanted purchase of French Awekia caused more anger, since many lower class Awekians believed the annexing of the colony would repel the nation into debt, and ruin opportunities for work. Only the upper class looked forward to it, as the unrest developed the scare of a revolt. Further escalated by the rise of the Dutch control of the spice trade, many believed the monarchy were losing power.

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However, Francique eased tensions with the 'Open Water Act' of 1623. Opening the access to private trade and communication between Awekia and the French, it help raise the market of sells within the lower class. Since the citizens of the colony of French Awekia had already been urging a succession away from France, having heightened problems with their aristocracy, they grew ever more close to Awekia, after the arrival of the French crown. Asserting their dominance in the form of the Estate system, they established themselves as the First Estate, and declared the land and economy to belong to them, as the noble class of France. But, with a uproar from the Third Estate, consisting of the poor, field labourers, and the natives, resulted from the buying of land that was previously used by French colonialist. Leading to a revolting riot in the city of Su Lebou, the newly established capital of French Awekia, the rioters took to the castle and began a civil war. Aided by the colony of Le Heven, fearing the First Estate would do the same to them. So, sending down weaponry that they were issued to create for the French, the colonialist allied and found the Civil Revolt of 1628. Burning down the city of Su Lebou, in rebellion of the nobles who owned the land, they stole the goods and valuable resources.

'Lady Harmony' was built in 1640, to symbolized the peace and prosperity of Awekia in the 17th century
'Lady Harmony' was built in 1640, to symbolized the peace and prosperity of Awekia in the 17th century

Awekia remained silent through the war, which lasted to 1631, before receiving further connection, most French Awekians openly displayed a interest in being annexed into Awekia. Though, still a colony of France, they distanced themselves from the empire, as Francique continued easing rebellions. Feeling the pressure of the French empire, he contacted the British Empire empire with calls to open trade. Using tea, sugar, and spice to open trade with the British, the market also called in the Dutch. While the British arrived in 1635, under the command of William E. Longsilver, in the Ningen islands and French Awekia, they began setting up post for merchant trade. And, with the arrival of the Dutch, the Awekian monarch proposed and signed the Act of Seas. A treaty that agreed for peaceful trade between the three parties, in return for the plentiful resources of Awekia, the Dutch and Longsilver both signed. Granting the British as a middle-man, the Netherlands would buy from the British, the goods sold from Awekia.

Experiencing a scientific, industrial, and artistic revolution during the time, the Dutch introduced industrialism to the Awekians. Francique heavily invested interest in the Dutch East India Company, which started a boom of multinational trading between Awekia, west Europe and the Far East. Furthermore, the Neatherlands were welcomed into Awekia. With their political stance against nobility and religion, unlike the French, both the Awekians and French Awekians desired communications. In fact, as a result of his investment in the monopoly that the Dutch had, the Awekian monarch ended all unrest in the nation, annexed the remaining Awenativian nation-states. Expanding Awekia in land, science, economics, industries, connection, and art, this investment catapulted Awekia into wealth and prosperity. And with this growth, the Jestors reopened negotiations for the purchasing of French Awekia.

-The Heavenly Purchase of 1653

French Awekia and France were in a state of influxing tension, after the Civil Revolt of 1623. As the nobility of France called and almost outright ordered a war to end the colonies, . However, fearing such a outcome, Le Hevan and Texjara continued further removing themselves from their past empire. Connecting to the British, the colony of New Engstland was founded in 1649. As the British colony to distance themselves from the growing fumes of the English monarchs, as well as a war with the French, they placed their colony under the control of the Jestors. Annexing the small city, they place Carlton H.B. Crumwell in command of the city. Establishing the Whigs as the capital counsel, the house further push for ties with Britain. And between 1649 and 1669, the city would open relations with England. Even leading to the spread of English in the colony, the language would mark the influence of both England and the Netherlands, since most who traded and communicated with the companies spoke English, the language would become the primary language by the end of the century, with even the crown taking to the tongue.

Le Haven and Texjara was left under the temporary guidance of their army, which had been in close relations to Awekia for decades. And, when the demand of a $10 million dollar sale or war came to the newly reigning King Lawrance, he accepted the purchase and vassalized the two cities, in 1653. And, with the purchase and the full control over the sugar and tea farming came the wealth in economic and cultural stability.

- Cultural Reform (1645 - 1730)

Francique would carry the nation away from the dark ages, and by the time he stepped down, in 1646, Awekia was stepping into a flourishing direction. With his son, Lawrance, taking rule after him, he would continue his father's methods.

Awekia experienced a great amount of financial growth, because of 'Howie's Funnel'. This era was idealized by the focus of the country's exotic beauty, a return to the roots of the Settlers, and the bases of Geistism. Channeling similar themes to the Italian Renaissance and the thoughts of classical Greece, the industrialized boom helped lead to the artistic reforming of the country. Manifesting into music, art, architecture, and literature, the Golden Age of Awekia started in Le Hevan. A city that help much of the Awenativian and Settlers' culture in high regard, as early as the French arrival on the island, the people of the region called for enlightenment. As well, in the midst of the tension with France, the people of La Haven re established Awekian culture in a attempt to urge the state into engulfing them.

Largely believed to be started by Madicio Lupini, a banker from the southern side of the city, he worked for the king. And, every time he requested portraits and symphonies, Madicio funded many of the artist and musicians. By 1645, numerous galleries and temples were being built in the city, and New Settleland was going through it's own renovation. Lawrance wanted to rebirth and illustrate the beauty of the country. Rebuilding New Settleland, Texjara, and Le Hevan in similar designs to southern Europe, Awekia began to grow in artistic and creative thinking. With various universities spring up around the country, and the founding of Alexandriea, the country began to display theories on the mind and soul, psychosis and emotion, and many other forms of free thought.

- Slavery in Awekia / Los Temixo and the Marrona Class

After arriving in the late 14th century, the Spanish began introducing slavery to the island in small quantities. With many plantations springing up around the inlands of Wessex, beyond the Long river in Middex, and the La Goona Iles, slaves were brought over in small numbers between 1610 and 1750.

- Howie's Funnel (1698 - 1788)

As the Awekian kingdom flourished in the area, many grew discomfort for the Spanish empire still inhabited the Wessex county. Some felt the empire would soon attack, seeing the country growing in might, others thought they'd gain the aid of the Portuguese, who were arriving in the islands, and many Awenativians displayed concern over the harsh invading, enslaving, and conquering that the empire brought to the islands. But, the majority argued for peace among the people. But, within the military and political parties, the House of Jestors agreed with British, French, and Awenativian backers on the issue.

In the spring of 1712, Howie Wilhelm Warhammer held a private meeting with the Whigs, which he discussed the idea of a privateer funnel. A plan for a secret war, he proposed that they hired privateers to invade and rob the Spanish navy, to bring economic and militaristic trouble to the colony. His idea was further luring with his insistence that they rebuilt towns in Texjara, Englandston, and islands, with loose laws to encourage the recycling of the stolen wealth into the citie. And with the instating of Howie's Funnel, they hired officers in the form of the Pirates. Warhammer called upon privateers from England and France, as well as the West Indies and South East Asia to come and take all they could from the spanish. To which, many would successfully rob the navy of gold and silver, before returning to Awekian port cities.

Texjara Bay, the French Bay, and Rockport were three of the main port cities in the kingdom, by the 1750s.
Texjara Bay, the French Bay, and Rockport were three of the main port cities in the kingdom, by the 1750s.

By 1730, Awekian shoreside cities began to overlook piracy against the spanish, with privateers gaining peaceful access to the country if they paid a tax, were not active in piracy against Awekia, Britain, the Dutch, or France, and if they abided by the laws of the city.

- The Slave Rebellion of 1745 Exo Gong

In 1745, the spanish vessel of La Babylua was sighted and attacked by pirate captain la Goona Kidd, off the coast of Wessex. While the fleet of native pirates were trying to escape into open waters, they managed to board and defeat the ship. Finding that the ship was full of slaves taken from the Caribbeans, the privateer freed and left the africans on a coarse to Texjara. Since Awekia never instated slavery, and often repelled against it for morals and political reasons against the colonial empires of the age, Texjara was a free state for slaves. Many Africans escaped across the Long River, in they managed to get free from their Spanish plantations.

However, this act led the furious empire into chasing and attacking the ship. While under the captaining of Jamaican slave, who titled himself under the name of E'Lussexodus Tuff'gonuli, the vessel land on the shore and the captives fled into the forest. Escaping recapturing, they joined the many Texjaran people and formed a community in the rainforest.

- The War of 1747 & the Texjaran/Marrona Revolution

During the time, Texjara was given back to the Texjaran people, who were rebuilding their nation-state under the assistance of the French. With the economic boom of Howie's Funnel, the state developed well. However, between the years of 1745 and 1747, the Spanish empire became increasingly aggressive against the western side of Middex. With a preoccupied grip over the Sugarward and Frenchward. Two French colonies that were able to sustain connections with France after the purchasing of French Awekia, they still experienced slavery in small quantities. With Awekian anti-slavery message looming in influence, and the harsh sight of Spanish and Portuguese plantations, the Middex county began to heavily discuss the topic of slavery in the colony ofL'Boutte.

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While the colony was most a production city, to farm sugar, tea, coffee, fruit, and salt, it became heavily pursued by the Spanish and Awekians. While the French hierarchy refused both nations, the lower Marrona class, a middle class of freed Africans, natives, and mixed creoles people, they were moving closer to the free country of Awekia. With the majority of the French landlords combating Spanish invasion along the long river and the French bay, the Marrona class began discussions with private Awekian politicians about taking L'Boutte. Amongst these private parties, the Whigs of Engstland led to the city of Texjara, where they met with the Marrona military leader Tajuanio L'tuilope. A reprised version of the Whigs, under the name of the Bowls, they were led by Jonathan W. Lexxon, Paulio MacCartney, Georgius W.W. Harriston, and Richard Starrous, the four reformed the party and heavily opposed slavery. Seen as radical in their beliefs, they aimed to lead to a revolution that would began with the inevitable unrest of a slave revolt.

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These discussions accumulated into the Battle of Southernton, a four day uprising began when a fleets of Maroon men, led by Tuff'gonuli attacked a plantation in Kayiston. Successfully burning down the head plantation, they marched up to Southernton and fought across the Sugar Hill.

As the French military was preoccupied with the Spanish, who were taking the French Bay, the Marrona troops accumulated weapons and resources, to assist the Maroons. And by 1757, the Maroons were hefty in numbers and controlling a major amount of land in the Southernton. With support from the Awekians and Texjarans, the Bowls organized a conjoinment with the French Awekian military, who were already stationed in Texjara.

- Peace with France and Purchasing of West Middex

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King Edward II was wanted to bring peace to the west, without becoming involved in a war. So, seeing the rising tension in the French empire, along with the Seven Year War, he and the Whigs knew the they had to act fast. And in the winter of 1773, a tsunami hit the Frenchward, and heavily flood the city in a storm. Forcing troops to disperse and back off, the French soldiers (who were mostly upper classmen, since the empire was spreading its military thin) were long past tired of the constant battles between the many factions. Sickness and flu filled the ranks, as men held out until the summer of 1774.

Lione Ci LeChuck, commander of the 8th cavalry, and head of the House of Lione.
Lione Ci LeChuck, commander of the 8th cavalry, and head of the House of Lione.

However, as the battles began to commence, the consistently growing issues in France were spreading to the colonies in Awekia, and the soldiers all felt that they were in a losing effort. So, in the fall of 74, Lione Ci LeChuck, commander of the french side, met with the Whigs and began talks for an end to the war. With Edward present, he offered to buy the remaining French colonies in Awekia. And after a few more meetings, the Treaty di Lion was signed and settled in 1789.

Awekia vassalized both L'Boutte and Texjara Bay, simultaneously abolishing slavery in the two cities, as well as all of the kingdom. As Lione continued to live as the head of the House of Lione, the Bowl de Whigscontinued activism in Awekia for the Natives and Africans, even establishing the Bowl University in the quarters that would become Leicester Side, the Maroons would return to their settlement in the central hills of Middex, and the border would be pushed back to the Long river. Goods would continue to be produced in the region, as sugar and tea furthered the connections with the British and Dutch empires. And by 1813, the scientific revolution would lead to the founding of numerous colleges and universities. This act would spread across the country and encourage the enlightenment of Awekian citizens.

The Fall of Spanish Awekia

The Spanish colonies of Wessex had began to dwendal in power, as the empire's control began to weaken in the region. In the year of 1802, the de Russo regene organized a coup. Led by Marco Luiz Jericho y de Russo, a lower class Mestizo who believed that the colonialist were ill-fit to continue ruling, having lost in numerous battles that both lost land and dwindling resources. Much of the northeastern underclass looked to the flourishing of the Awekian kingdom, and thought Los Temixo could grow in the hands of his own.

So, after forming a militia of his own, he stormed the inlands, defeating and taking plantations and camps. As this caused raids and wars around the area of the colonies capital city, de Russo took Rico bay. However, his main goal was halted by the Coup of the Los Temixo. A peasant uprising that was started by the invasion of the Navojex clan, who entered the war as the Spanish were preoccupied with militia. Taking the courthouse and killing the king, they guarded the castle as de Russo's army were backed into the city. With the Spanish pressing from all ends, the two groups agreed to ally and fight the much larger enemy.

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This would lead to a stand in, with the militia holding the capital for two days, as the Spanish gathered their forces, de Russo sent a messenger to the east, to gain the attention of Awekia. And in three days, the kingdom's military heard and sent LeChuck to follow up on the answer.

On June 6th of 1805, Lione Ci LeChuckmarched a fleet of 8,000 into Spanish Awekia. Storming the city of Los Temixo, they flanked the Spanish and pushed them to the shore, before they surrendered. Then, the Treaty of Los Temixo de Wessex marked the alliance between Awekia and de Russo's regime.

- The Free State of Monaet

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By the end of the 15th century, the Spanish colonies of Wessex were experiencing the effects of a drought that lasted between of 1798 and 1813, that saw the death of nearly forty percent of their crops. With the depletion of resources going into the rebuilding the state after the Awekio-Spanish war, as well as repaying respirations to the Awenativians who were affected by the war, causing a major suffrage in the colonies of Spanish Awekia. This led to many attempts of a coup by radicals who believed the Spanish were leaving their citizens to starve and suffer. Many began to make deal with the French for food, which was illegal within the colonies. Numerous individuals were prosecuted for treason against Spain, for communing with the French and Awekian nations.

Monte Cristo, a Portuguese nobleman who worked for a Spanish ranching yard, herding and protecting cattle, started the Counts of Dude. A group of noblemen who formed and met in Dixiesticks, and owned ranches in the Dude Hills. Because of its fertile land, the range was plentiful during the drought, which attracted the Counts. But, as apart of Spanish law, they couldn't strike a deal with the French, who the land was the property of. So, Monte ormed the secret organization and gained the attention of lawmen in French Awekia. Paying a conjoined amount for usage, the group founded a free state along the Long river.

The capital of L'Boutte, in 1842
The capital of L'Boutte, in 1842

Alongside Cristo was Jedediah Dixie andWistland Dixie, the Awenativian-descented brother mine owner, and Arpegio Migi, Texjaran politician who pressed the acceptance of immigrants from the Spanish colonies. Pushing for the mayor and capital of Texjara Bay to bring the issue to the Awekian capital, parliament organized the founding of L'Boutte, a small town below the French mining town of Sugarward and above the residence or Frenchward. The town was finalized in 1809, with the Counts being granted citizenship into Awekia. A city of the kingdom of Awekia, the city experienced the mass of the sugar, crop, and mining wealth from the Dude range. A few decades from the wildlife protection act would slow the production of mining down to a near stop, and kill the spread of land, L'Boutte expanded from the hills of inner Middex to the ends of the Long river between 1809 and 1857. The region became populated by an exodus of forced labourers of Caribbean and South American descent, looking for freedom in French Awekia, the towns of Kayaston, Southernton and O' Brasil were originally residents for them.

Dawn of the 20th Century

- Industrial Age

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The industrial revolution of Awekia began within 1856, when a series of British and French inventors migrated to the country. France, who had already slowly began their industrialization, around the 1830s. French Awekia was the first to experience of growth of industries. West Haven is largely considered to be the first industrial zone in Awekia. With the mining areas in the region growing into factories, Los Haven was the first of the major areas to industrialize. Texjara Bay with the second, with the emergence of plumping in the two cities. All of the Middex county eventually became industrialized, and the rest of Awekia soon followed.

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By 1890, Lower Tizoc and Downtown Awekam were both littered with large factories. Cities like New Settleland and Awekam city began renovations to update the old areas with electricity and plumbing. After a coal mine owner named Ted Long'distance built the first Awekian locomotive, called the 'Miner Line', the steam powered train quickly spread across the country. With the steamboat and automobile arriving, Awekia's started to experience a boom in their economy. Trade became easier and better, with the invention of faster and larger ships. Ports and bays in both Tizocland and Texjara became major factors in Awekia's financial rise in the 19th century.

- Maximus Junglarus, 1789 - 1926

By the end of the 16th century, while the Spanish colonies fell on the island, many Awekians grew tired of the warring and ever more urging of exploration. Furthered assisted by the drastic boom of tourism in the country, numerous Europeans from the wealthy empires like England, France, the Neatherland, and Sweden all made significant impacts in economic and population growth along the eastern side of the country. Driving much interest in the outback of Awekia, with much descriptions of its exotism, many British and Dutch noblemen would pay to experience the rainforest and beauty of Awekia.

The Jungler occupation was first mentioned in 1832, in a British newsline.

"As the noblest of prestige and class, the truest beauty on this earth lies dormant within the untouched jungles of Awekia. Land of many mysteries, which only the natives know to grave extinct. Guided by the confidently trained survivalist of the island, these Junglers tame the wild and follow the stars. In the closest attempt to merge the unmergeable of the civilized and uncivilized"

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Rangers were military officers, trained in the same guerilla warfare tactics as the rest of the Awekian force, many officers, in need of work after being released from the military, took up the high demand for wildlife escort guides. And, between 1832 and 1888, numerous documented voyages sparked even more foreign fascination with the Awekian rainforest. Accompanied by grand tales of encounters with vicious animals and dangerous environments, the rising popularity of the Kingsman Warhammer Longrifle and the Knopia fighting stealth knife, the Jungler developed into the face of the Awekian age of exploration.

Although, by the turn of the century, the voyages into the outback was mostly scientific. Biologist, paleontologist, zoologist, and geologist commonly pursued research in the rainforest around them. Stories of tombs and lost Awenativian cities buried away in the jungle trees, many of the museums of today were founded with the rise of ancient discovery.

King Theo: The Cultural Laws of Awekia

By the early 18th century, many European civilians looked to Awekia as a country of travel, because of its exotic and quiet nature. Though, the then recent king Theodorus was very weary of tourism, fearing that the overwhelming of foreigners would affect the country in a negative way. Fearing that Awekia would lose itself to the addition of other countries' influence, so he created the numerous culture laws that Awekia still have to this day. Starting with the restrictions on wildlife, animal, and native affairs, he created the first national parks in Awekia and some of the first in the world. Tall Trees, Newfounder, and the Tizocatahmec national park were the first tree of the parks in 1842, with Dude Ranch and the Texjaran Reservation joining in 1855. Ordered to be reserved as they were naturally presented to the world, laws were passed to forbid hunt and disturbing of the wildlife in the area. Deforestation in a 50 mile radius of these areas was illegal, and deforestation on the island was withheld to a limit of the open plains.

This period would also see a rise in feminism, in the more European regions of country, which were culturally left rightful towards women. Starting with the rejection of female students and teachers in Ivy Yard University, Maranda May Lovestew, a former university professor from Los Haven, would bring the issue of denial to parliament. Around 1907 the first-wave feminist movement began to reawaken, putting an emphasis on its demands for equality and arguing that the corruption of Awekian politics, under foreign urges, demanded purification by women because men could not do that job And, in 1912, under majority decision, the National Woman's Rights Actwas finally and established; granting women the right to vote, hold office, partake in the military and federal office, bare rights in marriage, and attend ivy league schooling. This would charge Awekian politics, since women were now a necessary special interest for politicians. Issues like prohibition, child health, marriage rights, and world peace became emphasized elaborately.

King Theo would win the Nobel Peace Prize for his deeds to his country and to the nature of the world. Tightening bonds with Japan, after many decades of isolationism, Awekia would fund much of Japan's development and aiding the democratic growth of the nation, this period was seen very foundly for Awekian politics.

The Great Sorrow: 1923 to 1935

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In early 1923, a marksman by the name of Ragid McQuaro positioned himself on top of a steamboat roof, assassinated King Ty the second. Using a hunting rifle, he shot the monarch in his chest, in the midst of a royal banquet. Sending fright into all who were in attendance, the horrific event was infamously quickly spread across the country and world, as headlines read about the tragically slain king. With the capturing of the assassin being also mention, the public fell into a depressing outcry of anger and sadness. The grim state of the monarch was release to a devastating Awekia society. Causing many to question why anyone would want to kill the quiet king, and harm the peaceful country, the media flourished with guess and claims about Ragid McQuaro.

A Awekian man himself, his treason was plastered along the news, as he was arrested and held in captivity. This time, between 1923 to 1935, would be known as the 'Great Sorrow'. Queen Sophia would lead the state until 1929, when she stepped down out of ill health. A great depression plagued the country, one which urged the interrogation of McQuaro. To which, after five years of military imprisonment, it was finally discovered that he was a spy under the employment of the Questrian Empire. And, with this news surfacing to the public, there was a large Awekian out-roar for retaliation, with many seeing the act as a declaration of war. However, with the 'Triple A Act'still in motion, the country could declare war on the empire. So, in 1936, Queen Sophia brought the issue to the attention of France and Spain (to whom they signed the treaty with).

Events leading up to World War II

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The early 20th century remains very peaceful for the first two decades of the 1900s. Keeping their declaration of peace for many years, still upholding their anti-aggression act that was set in the early 15th century. Staying out of the direct conflict of the brewing first world war, Awekia's only involvement in the war was in support of France and Britain. Awekia sent food and clothing to the troops in Europe. Filled with the grief of their assassinated monarch, King Ty the II, the country was in a state of sadness from 1928 on to the 1940s. However, being allied with Britain, France, Japan, and Italy, their alliance began to sway after the war. Wanting to remain neutral throughout the events after the war, the country tried to remain out of the conflict. And, by 1937's Japanese invasion of China, Awekia had continued to stay out of the fray of their invasion of both China and Korea. Although, this time, Awekian media and politicians spoke more openly in disagreement with the loom world war. Openly speaking against imperial warlike behavior of the world, they gather the united attention of the growing Axis threat. With the Japanese and German empires seeing Awekia as a potential threat, they desired to aid the war-mongering Questria.

In 1935, the imperial Japan began to support the Questrian Empire even more so than before. Having been allied with the empire since the 1920s, the two empires began trading weapons and goods. Baring ambitions of expanding across the southern pacific, Questrio constantly threaten the peaceful nation of Awekia and New Zealand. Allying with Japan, who began to distance itself from the disapproving Awekia, in fear of the nation turning on them, they began to upgrade their military forces. Furthermore, tensions continued to grow between the three nations. And finally, after bringing the attention to France and Spain. Questria's ordered assassination of King Ty, alliance and joining with the Axis countries, military advancements, and hunger for imperial expansion led to the Allies agreeing with Awekia's plea. And, as Japan helped the empire take the rest of the long split eastern kingdom of Old Questrio, and their pushing closer to the channel, the Triple A Act was dissolved, and Awekia was allowed to embark in the likely war that was presenting itself.

Awekia's Entry into World War II

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In the spring and summer of 1938, Japan sent a staggering 180,000 troops to Questria. Upgrading their navy, five warships positioned themselves in Awekian territory. In late September, Questrian ships entered Awekian bordered, off the coast of the La Goona Island, and official declared war. The kingdom immediately attacked with shoreline mortar fire and countering aerial strikes. The warships retaliated by counter striking with the bombing of New Dovany. In a hail of strikes, Fort Donavy was destroyed, and more than 250 people died in the bombing. Leading to a aerial dogfight between the two nations, the Et Draco Fleet was sent to meet the invading Japanese fighter planes. Flying the newly built Draco fighter planes, the craft was built with the best maneuverability of the entire war, and finally debut in the first few air battles against the outnumbering forces. Continuing for two years, the naval and aerial battles held the two nations at a stalemate.

But, knowing that Japan was pushing closer to invading the eastern side of the island, Awekian decided that it was necessary to invade Questria. Gathering a squad of 200,000 troops, along with 170,000 New Zealand troops, operation 'red moon' was set into motion in early 1941. And, in the dead of night, Awekian force invaded from the south of Questria. Led by the Ghost Skulls who dropped in on Old Questrio from above, they invaded the fallen castle. Fighting on the ground last the entire night, and by morning, the battle ended with Awekia success. Taking back the fort, they continued on with the securing of the eastern shoreline, Allie tanks and troops began to dock at the eastern end of the island. Though, the Japanese would meet the troops with plane fire and aerial bombs. The 'Darth Bombers' were revealed over the shoreline. Dropping more than 3,000 pounds worth of explosives and 60-caliber machinegun rounds, the allied troops didn't see them coming. Destroying the forts and shoreline, the ally troops had to escape into the forest for safety.

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Using spies and secret agents to gather intelligence on the Questrian forces and tech, the kingdom had acquired enough information to invade Questrio's main city of Qunofeti. So, the fleet roamed the jungles, running into numerous camps of Questrian and Japanese troops. While dogfights continued above, dropping goods into the rainforest, the fight for survival and progression became dire, with most countless men falling to the clement as well as the war.

New Questria and the Annexation of Questrio

Modern Age

The Metroboom

In the early twenty first century, Awekia entered a growth in cities and provinces, with new reforms being held in Awekam City and Los Haven, to repair and rebuild sewage systems and . The metroboom started with the redoing of the underground. As Awekia expanded their many older cities like New Settleland, Texjara and Tizocland beyond the circular city design of the Natriolisshape of the Awenativians, in order to accommodate a larger population, they began to construct larger and broader plans, to add in the developing motor vehicles and automobiles. As the the T-Model became a means of transit, along with the double decker bus, grand metropolitan areas started to surface.

Starville Valley was considered the first city build in the modern era, and formed as a booming metropolitan. With subway lines and trolley carts to assist the wide size of the stretching city, Awekia greatly improved with the addition of automobiles. However, unlike America's widened streets and cities designed around the car, Awekian development minimized the use of the vehicle. Since the inner cities of many regions had tightly constructed Natriolis regions, and the restricted amount of usable land marked a limit of available zoning area, city planners formed the first Superblocks in the world. Large squares of properties with alleys and small lanes passing through them for civilian use, vehicles like busses and trolleys were restricted to the outskirts of these blocks. As townhouses and apartments incorporated the pueblos of the ancients Awenativian architecture, allowing more to live in smaller areas of land.

Alongside the reformation in the Royal Council, the position of governor was instated over the provinces that now emerged, to help control the interest of the growing population and city size. The provinces of Essex, Middex, and Wessex was founded in 1947, with Sossex in 1950.

Prohibition, Crime, and the Ax'Zukoja Era

By the 1920s, the coastlines and beaches of Awekia, in cities like Texjara and Colonia, were filled with clubs and bars, gambling dens and casinos that lined the active boardwalks along the bays and tourist heavy regions. With many of these successful businesses being owned and ran by the descendents of the 17th century privateers that settled in the bays and gulfs.

However, by the end of the twenties, numerous foreign nobles and aristocrats from England and France began to move to the country with intent on forming clubhouses, upscale hotels, and casinos to push out the establishments that they saw as lowly and not fit for them. But, with the rise in competition that many Awekians couldn't compete with, they relied their secret production of Salza and Zozu drinks to lure in customers. Working for a while, by 1932, the noble class began to steer politicians and authorities into prohibition, where the production and distribution of liquor was ruled illegal, as well as the creation and running of unauthorized gambling houses was ruled illegal. This forced numerous Awekian businesses to close and step away from the industry. Dany Sujo later admitted to having done nearly two hundred targeted hits between 1933 and 38.

From left to right, Dany Sujo and Ol Charist'ma are two of the wealthiest figures from this period.
From left to right, Dany Sujo and Ol Charist'ma are two of the wealthiest figures from this period.

However, the Charist'ma family strongly opposed the foreign aggression. Managing to pay for a license to run a clubhouse, the family began opening a chain of small, isolated, secretive bars and juke houses where gambling and liquor was sold. Although, police investigations began to get tipped off about these 'Speak-eases'. To which, the Charist'ma family combatted with violence, blackmail, and forcing silence. And, the city of Texjara was shocked by numerous accounts of noblemen and aristocrats disappearing and/or being found dead. Striking fear into opposing business owners, leading to the selling of clubhouses and hotels to the Charist'ma family, who began to be labeled Ax'Zukoja, stemming from the term used by the spanish to refer to Awenativian warriors (Jadixes, most of the time) who led bands of pirates in the Golden Age of Piracy. The mob grew across the nation as numerous families in Tizocland and the Ningen islands had identical problems with foreign intrusion. In fact, the Nashi and Texitana families both begin their rise to prominence in this time.

But, the era came to an end with the reformation and tactical planning of the Awekian police force, as well as the end of prohibition. With liquor and gambling legalized, the Ax'Zukoja became quiet and secret in their activity, running business in legit manners of conduct.

The Progressive Era: 1940 to 1950

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After the war, Awekia immediately returned their attention to the growth of the nation. Once Questria and Japan surrendered, New Settleland held a festival in the wake, accommodating in the 'baby boom' of the late 1940s. Public attitudes and ideal swiftly shifted from the isolated state of the 19th century, as the Transcontinental Road Act was instituted in 1942,leading to a rise in foreign immigration to the country. The populations of caribbeans, jewish, romani, slavs, and latinos rose across the island.

By 1945, censors had reported the amount of children being born, and climb in the birth rate. And, in a March 9, 1947 edition of Awekam City Post, 3,357,000 babies were reported to have been born in that year alone. Though the term baby boom or boom was never used until after 1975, this point was thought as the start of the generation. Initially thought to be a problem, with fears of it becoming to much of a future expense, between 1945 and 1948 the population of Awekian citizens climbed four times. This would lead to the start of youth culture in Awekia. On a similar note to the United States, who exported much to the island, culture grew into a high by this period.

The television and radio would be popularized, along with the cinema, which would epitomize the era of 1950s culture. Boomers were dissected, analyzed, and pitched to by modern marketers, who reinforced a sense of generational distinctiveness. This is supported by the articles of the late 1940s identifying the increasing number of babies as an economic boom. With tourism rising from america, shoreline saloons and bars grew into high-scale casinos and clubs as Awekian nightlife became a scene of its own. As the mystique and allure of the Ax'Zukoja became mainstream because of music and movies, much of their esthetic would epitomise the times. Salzia would be deemed the 'liquor of the Awekian people', the pompadour, motorcycles, and rebellious and rockin' image would become mainstream, to much skepticism.

New Questria: Revolution

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By the end of the war, the Questrian empire had ran through their resources, lost financial allies in the rest of the Axial nations, had to pay reparations to the southern Pacific nations, and were in a space of desperation. Questria had suffered heavy losses during the war, both in lives and industrial power. 2.9 to 3.5 million Questrians had been killed, roughly 19.26 to 19.86 percent of the population. The country's cities were severely damaged from heavy bombing in the closing chapters of the war, along with the Allies' invasion of the capitol city. and agricultural production was only 35 percent of what it was before the war.

With no funds to spend on infrastructure and reconstruction of their own nation, the country was also facing terrorist attacks, coups, and civil rights threats from the angered citizens who saw the state as their own futile attempts to force a imperial advancement.

With the fall of the former regime, to the hands of the Awekian forces, turmoil began once the army pulled out of the region. With the remaining military taking a stand for the former government, the people uproared and acted against the commanders of the nation. Between 1947 and 1952, a series of guerilla battles and terrorism sprung up across the country, leading to more warring on in the area. King George embarked on a controversial insistence on bringing refugees from the impoverished area, where lower income workers were being forced into intense labour and grooling hours for little to no pay. By the end of 1956, numerous human right violations were being offended, and the world was looking to Awekia to mend them.

Annexation of Sussex

Australia, New Zealand, the US, and Europe consulted upon rebuilding the failing nation, under the plea of Awekia. George would seek aid in funding the annexation and reconstruction of the destroyed capital metropolitan area. In attempt to pay off the debt that the fallen government owed, Awekia had dismantled the influences of former dictatorship, and started funding residential and industrial reconstruction of the capital city. Under U.S. assistance, Awekia purchased large amounts of land, and began the task of recreation of New Questria. In 1947, the nation's currency was replaced by the Awekian pound as the currency of the Awekian occupation zones, leading to their eventual economic recovery. Focusing the capital on industry work, mining and agricultural lands were founded and built before 1953. Employing hundreds of migrants from the north, former immigrants from Wessex and New Engstland, Tsaz George often made his presence and influence known in the region. Many Zhanist hospitals, medical centers, schools, and churches were constructed in the years following, focusing on scientific and academic growth of the people, seeing a cultural rise in Awenativian traditionalism.

By 1959, the outer regions of New Questria was producing food in high enough quantities to sustain itself. The country subsequently began a slow but continuous improvement of its standard of living, with the export of local products, a reduction in unemployment, increased food production, and a reduced black market. And, with the discover of a abundance of uranium and oil, Awekia and the United States debuted the Sim Plan, which would see trade lower the debt owed to Awekia's backers.

The capital building of New Questria in 1957, during reconstruction of the city.
The capital building of New Questria in 1957, during reconstruction of the city.

In 1947, the George Plan, initially known as the "Sussex Recovery Program" was initiated. In the years 1947–1952, some $13 billion of economic and technical assistance—-equivalent to around $130 billion in 2006—were allocated to Tsaz George, who would use it to purchase most of Sussex. Despite protests from many beneficiaries, the George Plan, although in the less generous form of loans, was in 1949 extended to also include the newly formed New Questria. In the years 1949–1952, the city received loans which totaled $1.45 billion, equivalent to around $14.5 billion in 2006. And, the Sim Plan, by 1980, would have earned Awekia enough to pay off the full extent of the debt by 1970.

On the eastern region of the island, they would construct numerous hotels and country clubs along the shoreline, to encourage tourism to the city. They named this region in the east Vice City, and along with Simcity in the north, established on a strong base of commercial success. Simcity would see the opening of casino hotels and the clubbing environments, with the loosening of alcohol and gambling restriction. Simultaneously, heavy commercial building was done in Las Grandios, with intentions on it becoming a large metropolis, like New York or London.

As the cleaning out of the region by the late 50s, through the assistance of the United States, they both saw a series of condominium and matropoline construction. The country's economic recovery under the newly formed democratic government was, once it was permitted, swift and effective. During the mid-1950s, the unemployment rate in Sussex was so low that even with the influx of more than 300,000 jewish, italian, and slavic immigrants into the city's labor force, the region was still able to sustain itself. Questria's economy continued to improve until the 1973 oil crisis.

Cultural Growth and Present

1960s - 70s: Counterculture

As the 60s began, Prince Lance had became a public figure of watch; being a young man who fit the youthful presence of the baby boomer age, he was seen as the next leader of the country. So, the coming elections were viewed as his chance of setting his ideals for the nation. With Questria being a large issue of discussion among academic communities of the 50s, the growing wage fears and over-immigration were the problem of the people. Polls showed that 60% of Awekian natives saw that immigrant should be halted. A drift between the older and younger generation started to take root in the views on such topics.

The 60s would see the rapid turn around and economic growth of Questria, after the annexation. With a boom in food production and oil, Awekia experienced a new stream of wealth, leading to a 'cultural golden age', as many would phrase it. Continuing onto the youth revolution of the 50s, the 60s would see the rise of Salsia music, from the all-star bands that played the music. Immigrants from Latin america and the caribbean's would bring their cultural sounds with them, creating the dance music, and quickly becoming the sound of popular culture. Artist like Joey Pachejo, Ren Jin Luna, Michél Johannez, and even Tijuano would become popular. They lyrics of youthful rebellion, love, Awenativian culture, hippie philosophies, and the poverty of the past generations would fuel the times, especially with the rising conflicts in Korea and Vietnam.

Monopolinism

The honourary statue of Zhan Hasbra Monopolini,
The honourary statue of Zhan Hasbra Monopolini,

Monopolinism is a term given to a period in Awekian history, between 1973 and 1990, where the state of Questria saw an economy resurgence through industrial production, and a rise in both standard of living, safety, and education. Starting with the annexation of the state, the island of Questria (and its remaining territories) were one of the worst regions of the world, after the war. Plagded by crime and the ruins of the war that took place in the streets, centuries prior, Awekia spent 15 million trying to clean up Questria.

In 1975, Hasbra Monopolini inherited the fortune of his his parents, who owned three oil mills. After his brother, Park Monopolini declined running the Monopolini business, Hasbra stepped into chairman. A studient at the Zhanic Academy of St. Jestor City, he made the largest assistance to the region of Questria, in the years after its annexation. As the government funded the upkeep of the infrastructure, Monopolini sought to the construction of numerous academies and trade schools. Partnering with the governor of Questria, they committed to the production of manufacturing goods that would be exported abroad, immediately upstarting Questria's regional economy.

Between 1975 and 1980, more than 30 million jobs were created and filled in the area, the industrial market became one of the largest in the world. Garnering to a quarter of the Awekian economy, companies heavily support the training and offering of jobs individuals from within the communities, with sponsored school programs that help student get technical apprenticeships and vocational training. Numerous small-to-medium-sized companies began to open up in the region. These SMEs became the focal-point of Questrian income, such as Acme Co, which developed into the leading minor-goods provider by 1980. By 1982, Questria had one of the lowest unemployment rates in not only the country, but the world. The headquarters of Zalvadora in Viceland established a boom in international trade and economic presence. Along with that, the bulk of industrial production for Overland Glory and Siegel Enterprise was moved to Vice City.

Crime Growth, d'Natrox'de Quez Klux, and Manny Montana

In the late 60s, Questria was riddled by crime and gangs, as poverty left most in a state of suffrage. Many turned to stealing and robbing the wealthy. In the years after the fall of the Questro regime, numerous factions tried to spark up against the Awekian government, who attempted to step into control. With the vacuum of power, the 50s saw much social unrest in the wake of organized socialist groups. By 1962, d'Natrox'de Quez Klux rose to superiority over the others, become a nationally known terrorist group. Having animosity against the Awekian authorities. And in 1965, after the pressure of annexation drew closer to actually happening, the Awekio-Questrian Merger Act I saw the union of the two states, governmentally. Causing a lot of controversy, the Quez Klux attempted to assassinate the governor of Questria twice in July of 1966. Fearing what the group would continue into, it was order for Awekian defences to infotrait the group.

The Watchmen were sent into the Questrian governmental system on a secretive operation, titled Code Quezopolyps. Starting in 1967, it would take until 1973, when Hasbro Monopolini for the foothold to begin. Due to private efforts to sway the communist-leaning public back to Awekian support, their espionage efforts was heavily funded by the U.S., in agreement of flattening communism in the state. By 1976, nearly 48 percent of the population of the island abandoned the Quez Klux party, in allegiance to the newly founded Hazzenfle party. In support of Park Monopolini, in his run for governor.

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