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Nhoor wrote:After all those millennia!

Exactly. It took us, what, atleast 1,100 years.

I also love how they referred to "Norway, Denmark and Finland preparing for the healthrisk brought by Swedish tourists".

United on a single thing: Swedes suck. Now let's get our own Trump to try and build a wall. But ours will actually build it!

Nhoor wrote:Just to be sure: will we/TWI be the kittens that extremely limit your activity in the New World Union? :)

Edit: And what is that what Unovia in the New World Union mentioned about you having got an offer from TWI to join us in our RP Department? Do you know about this Aizcona?

I didn't say that at all. Miscommunication on his part. And I do have kittens that'll take up a lot of my time. I said I was going to join here

Edit: I'm just here to do the right thing and make it up to y'all

Ostehaar wrote:This is a good opportunity to mention that I can participate in small, slow-going RPs such as diplomatic or business meetings, and that I always enjoy world-building and tying histories together. Please TG me if you'd like to do any of those.

Stuff in Gael has been heating up if you're interested.

it's never too late for beef jerky

New Aapelistan wrote:Exactly. It took us, what, atleast 1,100 years.

I also love how they referred to "Norway, Denmark and Finland preparing for the healthrisk brought by Swedish tourists".

United on a single thing: Swedes suck. Now let's get our own Trump to try and build a wall. But ours will actually build it!

What have I been telling you, brother?
Can we get some concentration camps for the Swedes going? :P

Nhoor wrote:Just to be sure: will we/TWI be the kittens that extremely limit your activity in the New World Union? :)

Edit: And what is that what Unovia in the New World Union mentioned about you having got an offer from TWI to join us in our RP Department? Do you know about this Aizcona?

I know nothing of the sort haha, I imagine that that person was just referring to joining RP here

Austrovik-Germania wrote:I've gave myself a few restrictions as I know it annoyed you the most. For example I won't be running for government for six months upon arrival.

I mean I'm fine with you back here. I don't know about government ever, but you never know. TG me if you need help with RP stuff as always. Once again welcome back to the region

Aizcona wrote:I know nothing of the sort haha, I imagine that that person was just referring to joining RP here
I mean I'm fine with you back here. I don't know about government ever, but you never know. TG me if you need help with RP stuff as always. Once again welcome back to the region

Thanks man. I just won't do it again you know. I won't call it a "mistake" because it obviously wasn't that and I won't make up excuses. I'm just making sure it won't happen again

Austrovik-Germania wrote:Thanks man. I just won't do it again you know. I won't call it a "mistake" because it obviously wasn't that and I won't make up excuses. I'm just making sure it won't happen again

Well obviously I can't be mad at you for quitting as SoI; in the end I got the position with all the perks that come with it (such as throwing around double dactyls to announce the weekly report ^^ ).

Austrovik-Germania wrote:Thanks man. I just won't do it again you know. I won't call it a "mistake" because it obviously wasn't that and I won't make up excuses. I'm just making sure it won't happen again

I'm glad to have you back. Everyone deserves a second chance and as long as someone is a good player and person we should welcome them with open arms.

Still canít block WA telegrams

Havalland wrote:Still canít block WA telegrams

what's your beef with the WA, even?

Segentova wrote:what's your beef with the WA, even?

The telegrams are annoying

Shidei wrote:The telegrams are annoying

Annoyance is a quite subjective thing, however. :^)

Segentova wrote:Annoyance is a quite subjective thing, however. :^)

The telegrams are annoying

Balnik wrote:The telegrams are annoying

I don't mind them. The WA cares about you.

any countries with a history of European-style imperialism want to collab for 19th/20th century history?

Athara Magarat wrote:Very open to the historical stuff.

I have an idea that would get you essentially what you want (communist take-over starting in the province Ioudaia occupies) but it takes some redoing of your history and premises. Should I post it here, the Imperial War thread, or TG/Discord PM it to you?

Vijayarajya wrote:any countries with a history of European-style imperialism want to collab for 19th/20th century history?

Of course

Shidei thinking of moving the gang to a 50 gal with a slate hardscape and more intentionally chosen plants than what I have now. Thing is, idk how long I want to stay where I am. So maybe it'll be a post move thing.

Looking for the currencies of more nations and their values. Please help me complete this chart.

How to use: to determine the value of another countries value in your currency then divide your currency's USD value by the other nations USD value (exp. A Norsan is going to do trade in Domanania and wants to convert his Norsan Marks to Dachs. The bank takes the value of the Mark divides it by dach (1.1765/1.25) equals 0.9412 dachs. So if our traveler wants to convert 1000 marks he will get 941 dachs.)
If wanting to find out how foreign money is valued to your currency, divide their currency's value by your on. (exp. The Norsan traveler has 500 dachs left and wants to reconvert it back to marks. the bank divides the value of the dach by the value of the mark (1.25/1.1765) and comes up with 1.0623. To convert the 500 dachs back to marks he gets back 531 marks.)

nation

region

currency

value in US dollars

local currency to dollar

Ainslie

Gael

ahsen

-

-

Aizcona

Central Argus

txan

$0.92

1.087

Almorea

Raedlon

dollar

$0.82

1.2195

Alteran Republics

North Argus

credit

$1.12

0.8929

Aposia (New Aapelistan)

Kajvju/Southern Seas

mark

$0.0308

32.5

Aruia

Gael

-

-

-

Athara Magarat

North Argus

rupee

$0.01

100

Austrenya (Austrovik-Germania)

TBD

laka

$0.87

1.1494

The Aziran Islands

Mesder

new azira

-

-

Balnik

Gael

krav

$0.0093

107.527

Brulafi

Central Argus

-

-

-

Corindia

Kajuv/Southern Seas

corin

-

-

Domanania

Four Passages

dach

$1.25

.80

Dormill and Stiura

Gael

guilder

-

-

Doravo

South Argus

kukea

$0.0017

588.235

Dothrakia

Eterna Sea

-

-

-

Dragao do Mar

Raedlon

iracema

-

-

Havalland

Mesder Sea

fer

$1.23

0.813

Ioudaia

Four Passages

drachma

$2.00

.50

Keomora

Raedlon

yahrati

-

-

Ktismandrasi

Central Argus

chiartica

$0.4348

2.3

Linaviar

Kavju/Southern Seas

c/yowa

$.80

1.25

Orsandia

Gael

jin

-

-

Ostehaar

Gael

krota

$0.707

1.414

Martenyika

South Argus

kej

$0.00563

177.62

Miklania

Mesder Sea

shilling

-

-

Mokov

Mesder Sea

-

-

-

Morenia (Negarakita)

Gael

rubl

-

-

New Totzka

Raedlon

-

-

-

Nezaeva

Kavju/Southern Seas

pound

-

-

Nhoor

Raedlon

qhontirrac

$0.23

4.3478

Noronica

North Argus

caind

-

-

Norstham

Four Passages

mark

$1.1765

.85

Northern Scandinavian Islands

Mesder

crown

0.10

10

Razzgriz

Kavju/Southern Seas

-

-

-

Remodio

Kavju/Southern Seas

asooti

-

-

Roendavar

Gael

areu

$0.11

9.091

San Jimenez

Eterna Sea

aguan peso

-

-

San Montagna

Central Argus

lire

0.721

1.387

Scantarbia

Kavju/Southern Seas

-

-

-

Segentova[

North Argus

livre

0.1667

6

Seneica

TBD

dollar

$0.75

1.33

Serpens Land

pound

$0.706

1.4164

Shanzie

Kavju/Southern Seas

-

-

-

Solaryia

Mesder

credit

-

-

Townside

Kavju/Southern Seas

kilo silver

-

-

Vancouvia

North Argus

cove

$1.00

1

Verdon

Gael

-

-

-

Weinam

Kavju/Southern Seas

yeun

$0.1422

7.03

Wellsia

South Argus

scale

$4.896

0.2042


Ainslie: Ahnsen

Aizcona: Txan

Almorea: Dollar uses the decimal system and is divided into 100 cents.
Coins issued are: 1 cent, 5 cent, 10 cent, quarter (25 cents), half-dollar (50 cents)
Bank notes: 1 dollar, 5 dollars, 10 dollars, 20 dollars, 50 dollars, 100 dollars, 200 dollars

Aprosia (New Aapelistan): Mark

Athra Magarat: Rupee

Austrenya (Austrovik-Germania): Laka is a decimal currency divided into 100 mikrilaka.
Coins issued are 1 mikrilaka, 2 mikrilaka, 4 mikrilaka, 10 mikralaka, 20 mikralaka, 50 mikrilaka; 1 laka, 2 laka
Bank Notes: 5 laka, 10 laka, 50 laka, 100 laka.

The Aziran Islands: New Azira

Balnik: Krav

Corinda: Corin

Domananan: Drach

Dormill and Stiura: Guilder

Dorovo: Kukra

Drago do Mar: Iracema

Havalland: Fer uses the decimal system and is divided into 100 pennies.
Coins issued are: half-pence, penny, 2 pence, 5 pence, 10 pence, 20 pence, 50 pence, 1 fer, 2 fer
Bank notes: 5 fer, 10 fer, 20 fer, 50 fer.

Ioudia: Drachma

Keomora: Yahratii

Ktismandrasi: Chiartica

Linaviar: C/yowa (#) is divided into 12 gapay.
(Special Note: The Linavar System is unique and can be confusing to visitors of Linaviar. They use a seximal (6 base) counting system and write numbers using the little endian method. The following is not the coins or notes issued by Linaviar, but how prices would appear. The gapay are written in the following method: 1 - #30;0, 2 - #01;0, 3 - #31;0, 4 - #02;0, 5 - #32;0, 6 -#03;0, 7 - #33;0, 8 - #04;0, 9 - #34;0, 10 - #05;0, 11 - #35;0.
12 gapay equals one c/yowa which in turn would be written to the right of the semi-colon: #00;1. This is the method from 1 to 5, starting at 6 this would become a two digit number with 6 c/yowa being #00;01 to 11 c/yowa being #00;51. Every grouping of 6 afterwards will be 1-5 in the first place and 1-5 in the second; 12 - #00;02, etc. At 6 x 6 or 36, the system becomes a three digit number 36 c/yowa being written as #00;001)

Martenyika: Kej is a decimal currency divided into 100 kej petite (KP)
Coins issued are 1 KP, 2 KP, 5 KP, 10 KP, 25 KP, 50 KP
Banknotes are 1 kej, 2 kej, 5 kej, 10 kej, 20 kej, 50 kej, 100 kej, 200 kej

Miklanian: Shilling

Morenia (Negarakita): Rubl

Nezaeva: Pound

Nhoor: Qhontirrac (qh) is divided into 12 rhuma each of 12 jaza.
Coins issued are 1 jaza, merjaza (3 jaza), olsijaza (6 jaza) rhuma, lerna (3 rhuma), reaje (qhontirrac)
Banknotes issued are 4 qh, 10 qh (12 reaje), 30 qh (36 reaje), 60 qh (72 reaje) and 100 qh (144 reaje)

Norstham: Mark

Northern Scandinavian Islands: Crown

Orsandia: Jin

Ostehaar: Krota

Pratara: Escudo

Remodio: Asooti

Roendavar: Areu

San Jimenez: Aquan Peso

San Montagna: Lire

Seneica: Dollar is a decimal monetary system divided into 100 cents.
Coins: 1 cent, 2 cents, 5 cents, 10 cents, 20 cents, 50 cents, 1 dollar, 2 dollars
Bank Notes: 1 dollar, 5 dollars, 10 dollars, 20 dollars, 50 dollars, 100 dollars

Segentova: Livre is subdivided into 10 sols each of 10 centimes.
Note: SE1.23 means 1 livre, 2 sols, 3 centimes.
Coins: 1 centime, 2 centimes 5 centimes, 1 sol, 2 sols, 5 sols, 1 livre, 2 livres, 5 livres, 10 livres, 20 livres
Bank Notes: 50 livres, 100 livres, 200 livres, 500 livres, 1000 livres

Serpens Land: Pound is a decimal currency divided into 100 cents.
Coins: 1 cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, 20 cents, half-pound, pound
Bank Notes: 5 pounds, 10 pounds, 20 pounds, 50 pounds, 100 pounds.

Solaryia: Credit

Townside: kilo silver

Vancouvia: Cove

Weinam: Yeun

Wellsia: Scale is divided into 20 marks each of 12 circles of 4 farthings. Wellsian money is written scale/marks.circle.farthing. (3/12.4.2$c or three scales, 12 marks, 4 circles, 2 farthings.)
Coins: farthing, half-circle, circle, half-tanner (3 circles), tanner (6 circles), mark (12 circles), half-crown (2/6 or 30 circles), crown (5 marks).
Banknotes: scale, 5 scales, 10 scales, 20 scales.

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Vijayarajya wrote:any countries with a history of European-style imperialism want to collab for 19th/20th century history?

Does this mean countries with specifically NOT!European cultures or countries that had European-style Imperial System like ILR Japan and Ottomans?

Ioudaia wrote:I have an idea that would get you essentially what you want (communist take-over starting in the province Ioudaia occupies) but it takes some redoing of your history and premises. Should I post it here, the Imperial War thread, or TG/Discord PM it to you?

Imperial War thread is better so everyone can know.

Weinam wrote:If anyone's interested in playing some games, be good to build up some results / history.

Weinam National Soccer Team


National Team Badge



Nicknames: The Reds


Founded: June 1981


Association: Weinam Soccer Association.


Head Coach: Qiao Zexian
Captain: Deng Xuegang
Most Caps: Qin Qing (80)
Top Scorer: Cheng Guiying (52)


First International:
Biggest Win:
Biggest Loss:

Weinam National Soccer Team


The Weinam PR national soccer team (Weinamese: 中国国家足球队) represents the People's Republic of Weinam in international association football (Soccer) and is governed by the Weinam Soccer Association.

The team was formed in May 1981, when football was becoming a national sport with several small leagues and competitions developing across Weinam. The first National team consisted of 14 players chosen completely at random by a national lottery system. The first ever match for the national team was against the Weinamese Army XI in 1982 and ended up in a 2-2 draw. More recently the team featured in it's first ever Isles Cup competition in 2017 where they finished in the second round, having narrowly qualified from their group stage.

Image


The team is colloquially termed "Team Weinam" with the nickname of simply "The Reds".
Weinam's home kit is traditionally all red with a white trim while their away kit is traditionally an inverted version of the home kit, fully white with a red trim. In 1999, Weinam employed a third kit which was all blue with a white trim. Goalkeepers often wear either green, yellow or black Kits with either red or yellow trims.


The current kit designs for Weinam (2019-2021)

Current Team Roster


Shirt #

Position

Name

Age

#1

Goalkeeper

Luo Zhong

29

#12

Goalkeeper

Chen Ling

23

#23

Goalkeeper

Yi Guo

34

#2

Defender

Mo Guanting

21

#3

Defender

Xia Hu

24

#4

Defender

He Meng

22

#5

Defender

Shen Tao

27

#13

Defender

Duan Min

27

#15

Defender

Wei Ming

29

#17

Defender

Fu Yi

31

#21

Defender

Hao Jia

25

#6

Midfielder

Ye Gengxin

19

#7

Midfielder

Song Yahui

27

#8

Midfielder

Wang Jingyi

22

#11

Midfielder

Ren ZhenKang

20

#14

Midfielder

Shi Guiying

30

#16

Midfielder

Lei Jianhong

22

#18

Midfielder

Dai Jian

25

#19

Midfielder

Lin Huan

29

#9

Striker

Xiong Yahui

28

#10

Striker

Ma Xinyi

22

#20

Striker

Bai De

20

#22

Striker

Liao An

16


Team Results


- Results will be added here regularly as they are played -

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Not exactly the dispatch on AM's football team but hope this helps...(Magarati players and jerseys)




Magarati Jerseys

Overview

Founded

1995

Country

Athara Magarat

Confederation

UAFA (IFAF)

Number of teams

16

Level on pyramid

1

Relegation to

Tiger Division

Current champions

FC Khumbuwan (2017)

Most league titles

Western Chatha (2)

Most league cup titles

Ipachi United (1)
Dhunche Bazaar (1)
Marubhumi Lizards (1)

TV partners

MNB Sports

The Dragon Division is the top level of the Athara Magarati football league system. Contested by 16 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the Tiger Division (which used to be known as the Magarati A-Division before 1995).

The Dragon Division is a corporation in which the member clubs act as shareholders. Each team plays 30 matches (home and away) in a season. Most games are played on Friday and Saturday afternoons. Furthermore, the top eight teams in the league standings play knockout matches for the Dragon Cup. It is often known outside Athara Magarat as the Magarati League.

History


League

1995:

Cup

2018 Dragon Cup Semifinals

Team 1

Score

-

Score

Team 2

Western Chatha

2

-

3

Marubhumi Lizards

FC Khumbuwan

1

-

3

New Forest

2018 Dragon Cup Final

Team 1

Score

-

Score

Team 2

Marubhumi Lizards

2

-

0

New Forest

Competition format


Clubs


1. Western Chatha (4-2-3-1)

Number

Name

Country

Position

1

Tham Praja

Athara Magarat

Goalkeeper

2

Madan Praja

Athara Magarat

Defender

3

Samir Sathak

San Montagna

Defender

4

Bikram Chepang

Athara Magarat

Defender

5

Safal Chepang

Athara Magarat

Defender

6

Gehl Si Vortmir

Ostehaar

Midfielder

7

Oraan Sjihnerlind

Ostehaar

Midfielder

8

HildibjÝrn Heinason

Norstham

Midfielder

9

Wu'd Buj

Domanania

Midfielder

10

Yang Tan

Weinam

Midfielder

11

Fau-doh Aita

Athara Magarat

Captain / Forward

12

Gilang Taru Tamang

Samudera

Goalkeeper

13

Tika Ram Bhumi

Athara Magarat

Defender

14

Anders Korninga

Michigonia

Defender

15

Rijle Nielson

Michigonia

Defender

16

Jorala Sarana

Ainslie

Defender

17

Kanchan Gaidu

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

18

Lil Prasad Sherpuja

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

19

Tilak Saune

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

20

Nishan Sakranti

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

21

Manny Iglesias

Michigonia

Midfielder

22

Alex Namrung

Athara Magarat

Forward

2. New Forest (3-5-2)

Number

Name

Country

Position

1

Akash Tamrakar

Athara Magarat

Goalkeeper

2

Neil Brothaigh

Athara Magarat

Defender

3

Rory McGuaire

Noronica

Defender

4

Martin Ehtebren

Ostehaar

Defender

5

Gyan Bajracharya

Athara Magarat

Captain / Midfielder

6

Sean McFlouchton

Noronica

Midfielder

7

Arnold MacCain

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

7

Prem Karmacharya

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

9

Stephan MacCathachaidh

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

10

Utsav Tuladhar

Athara Magarat

Forward

11

TorbjÝrn Ryberg

Norstham

Forward

12

Willem Reminga

Michigonia

Goalkeeper

13

Milan MacCuinn

Athara Magarat

Defender

14

Deepak Kulu

Athara Magarat

Defender

15

Peter Vandevelde

Michigonia

Defender

16

Drew Roideach

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

17

Sagar Badyakar

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

18

Martue Lerven

Ainslie

Midfielder

19

Sinar Kurai

Ainslie

Midfielder

20

Stan Buidheach

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

21

J.J. Thanedor

Michigonia

Forward

22

Suprapto

Samudera

Forward

3. FC Khumbuwan (4-3-3)

Number

Name

Country

Position

1

Temur Yungsahang

Athara Magarat

Goalkeeper

2

Kaji Man Iwahang

Athara Magarat

Captain / Defender

3

Kabir Hangun

Athara Magarat

Defender

4

Sabin Jimbuhang

Athara Magarat

Defender

5

Chandra Banserputra

Samudera

Defender

6

Hemant Rai

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

7

Khiman Hangbang

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

8

Kiran Yohimbang

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

9

Ali Lohfer

Ostehaar

Forward

10

Firoz Suhang

Athara Magarat

Forward

11

Khiman Suhang

San Montagna

Forward

88

Ńpraham ”lavsson

Norstham

Goalkeeper

12

Luis Lopez

Michigonia

Defender

13

Arthur Katar

Ainslie

Defender

14

Arun Arumhang

Athara Magarat

Defender

15

Nabin Miyongma

Athara Magarat

Defender

16

Miraj Rajbansi

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

17

Alec Bierman

Michigonia

Midfielder

18

Bironne Senai

Ainslie

Midfielder

19

Genji Sinehang

Athara Magarat

Forward

20

Som Bahadur Rawal

Athara Magarat

Forward

21

Quenton Richardson

Michigonia

Forward

4. Marubhumi Lizards (4-3-2-1)

Number

Name

Country

Position

1

Dipesh Pahalman

Athara Magarat

Captain / Goalkeeper

2

Shakti Kathoriya

Athara Magarat

Defender

3

JÝrundur Lamhauge

Norstham

Defender

4

Kamal Sonha

Athara Magarat

Defender

5

Creep Western

Athara Magarat

Defender

6

Rabin Dangaura

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

7

Maikel Garuda

Samudera

Midfielder

8

Jan Tirhang

Kho panha

Midfielder

9

Dev Man Paschuhan

Athara Magarat

Forward

10

Arnold Rautar

Athara Magarat

Forward

11

Augustin Renou

Noronica

Forward

12

Jeevan Purbaha

Athara Magarat

Goalkeeper

13

Khem Aarkutwa

Athara Magarat

Defender

14

Henry Gainton

Noronica

Defender

15

Kesera Lanah

Ainslie

Defender

16

Nicholas Lewen

Ainslie

Defender

7

Anmol Kochila

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

18

James Hampton

Michigonia

Midfielder

19

Yaxa Danuwar

Athara Magarat

Midfielder

20

Binod Lampucchwa

Athara Magarat

Forward

21

Nicco Cortes

Michigonia

Forward

22

Roger DeNolon

Michigonia

Forward

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Also...Isles Cup...

Now that Argus is almost full...I am gonna do a UAFA League thing me thinks

Remark:
The Marian government condems the use of the
terms "Free Powers" and "Neo-Imperialists" to
create a bias of "moral superiority" of the winner
side of the Imperial War over the loser side.
Don't be manacheistic to the point of assuming
that there is a good and a bad side in wars.

Background

The participation of Drag„o do Mar in the Imperial War (1941-1949) in the side of the Neo-Imperialists is explained by a number of reasons.

The first is the alliance with Rio do Ouro (New Totzka) that was established during the War of the Contested Crown (1915-1917). In this conflict, the Ouronan Royalists, backed by the governments of Rio do Ouro and Drag„o do Mar, fought against the Ouronan Parliamentarists, backed by Ouronan insurgents, liberals and the government of Almorea. In the aftermath, the war helped to restore Ouronan-Marian relations, as it ended the cycle of revanchism between the two nations that lasted for centuries, and it also created and sentiment of distrust with Almorea.

The second was the anti-Noronican sentiment, caused by the Great Argus Wars, and its expansion over the Mesder Sea, that began in 1802 with the establishment of a settlement in Black Isle by the Noronnican West Sea Company.

The third was the good relations between Drag„o do Mar and Keomora, that became stronger with the Keomoran support to the Marian monarchy during the Republican Revolt (1889-1890).

The fourth was the political and economic crisis of Drag„o do Mar from 1920-1924, that made possible the election of Camilo Gomes, of the Marian Socialist Party to the post of Grand Minister of the country. Since 1823, when the country was born, the political powers of Head of Government were inferior to the powers of the Head of State, which was the Marian monarch. But in 1926, the first year of government of Camilo Gomes, the Amendment 89 was approved by the Marian parliament, and it removed all the powers of the King Carlos, turning the monarch of Drag„o do Mar merely a decorative figure. With that, the post of Prime Minister was created, and it would have all the control over the leadership of the country.



Prime Minister Camilo Gomes in 1936

The rule of Prime Minister Camilo Gomes

Camilo Gomes was democratically elected by the Marian population in the context of a economic and political crisis. With the approval of the Amendment 89 in his first year of government, in 1926, the political power of Drag„o do Mar became concentrated in the hands of the Prime Minister, while the King became a cerimonial symbol.


Symbol of the Marian Socialist Party (PMS)
After the political reform, the main objective of Camilo Gomes was the reconstruction of Drag„o do Mar under the ideals of the Marian Socialism, that, in his words "Would guarantee the sovereignty of the kingdom for a hundred years". However, the Marian socialist government didn't pursued or imprisioned the bourgeois class through socialist revolution, but insted it aimed to slowly turn the country from a free market into a mixed market before turning the country into fully socialist. According to the Prime Minister Gomes, "Drag„o do Mar already passed by a revolution. We don't need another" (mentioning the Marian Revolution of 1823).

Several sectors of the Marian economy were nationalized yet in 1926, including the mining, oil, agriculture and metallurgical industries. It was a radical measure in the view of the media and the social elites, which became afraid of the ambitions of Camilo Gomes, but the masses of the Marian population supported him.

The government Drag„o do Mar banned multinational companies of banking and tellecommunications from the country, as, in the words of PM Gomes, "The objective of these parasitic enterprises was to steal the Marian wealth and misinform the Marian population". The state-owneds banking company Banco of Drag„o do Mar and the news publisher DiŠrio do Drag„o were created in few time to compete with Marian private companies of these sectors.

In 1928, with the country successfully recovering from the economic crisis, tens of Marian public institutions of education and research were created. With that, a great portion of the Marian population had access to schools and universities for the first time. It wasn't a surprise for anyone when, later in this year, Prime Minister Camilo Gomes was elected to serve for more four years as Prime Minister of Drag„o do Mar.


The reconstruction of the Marian Armed Forces

In the project of rebirth of Drag„o do Mar as a socialist kingdom, Prime Minister Camilo Gomes emphasized the importance to rebuild the strenght of the Marian Armed Forces and its reliance with the population. "As long as the Marian military continue subservient to the Marian people, Drag„o do Mar will subservient to no nation" used to say Gomes.

The first fruits of Marian investments in educations were harvested in 1932, when a whole generation of Marians finished their graduation courses in high-quality public universities. Engineers, physics and chemists became important in a national level, as the most of them were searched to work in a group of Marian state-owned companies of military research, including Barcones Defesa Naval, AviaÁ„o Mariana, Blindados & Cia, Companhia de Tiros e Armas, and others.


The beginning of the Imperial War

Neutral Drag„o do Mar

In 16th of March, 1941, the Imperial War had started. The initiators of the conflict, which were labelled as Neo-Imperialists, were Keomora, Magarat (Athara Magarat), Rio do Ouro (New Totzka) and Norstham, and they rose to defy the dominant powers in the Western Isles. The defenders of the status quo in the region, which were labelled as the Free Powers, were Noronica, Almorea, Miklania, Aizcona, and several others.

At the beggining of the war, the Marian government was in a dilemma. While the country was reconstructed from a economic crisis and had modernized armed forces, its leader, Prime Minister Camilo Gomes was against the confront, and adopted a neutral instance towards both sides, even through Drag„o do Mar was closer to the Neo-Imperialists in many aspects.

The reluctance to pick a side to support yielded very good fruits to Drag„o do Mar in the first months of the war. While the Neo-Imperialists bought manufactured weapons and military vehicles from Drag„o do Mar, the Free Powers bought beverages, agricultural goods and minerals. The Marian economy, which was a mixed one, felt stimulated to increase its production, and PM Camilo Gomes considered the possibility to maintain the country permanently neutral in the conflict.


A Marian squad of volunteers that served in
support of Rio do Ouro in 1941
Differently from the industrial sectors, which were confortable with the Marian neutrality in the beggining of the conflict, the civil society of the country became very inquiet with the idea of abstaining from a war that was happening right in the proximities of Drag„o do Mar. The conflict between Rio do Ouro and Almorea, especifically, mobilized tens of thousands of demonstrators in favor of the Ouronans, who, beyond to having several cultural similarities with the Marians due to the mutual Portuguese colonization, also were in an alliance with Drag„o do Mar since 1917, and proved to be reliable partners. Also, hundreds of persons protested in the streets of Messejana in favor of the Empire of Magarat, mostly Marians who descended from the Tamu ethnic group, that is native from Athara Magarat. The support of the Marians to Rio do Ouro and Magarat was so great that the government of Drag„o do Mar authorized the creation of a army division composed by 18,000 Marian vollunteers that would receive basic military training before being sent to these two Neo-Imperialists nations. In June of 1941, 11,800 soldiers, which were mostly Portuguese-descendents, were transported to Rio do Ouro to fight in the side of the Ouronans in the south of Almorea, while 6,200, that were ethnic Tamus, were shipped to fight in the side of the Magaratis in the battles of Central Argus.

By August of 1941, the Marian economy felt the first negative impacts of the Imperial War. The foreing purchases of Marian products had fallen abruptelly, as most of the nations involved in the conflict decreased their importations. The imports by the Free Powers, however, decreased much more, as the commercial routes became changed by the dinamic of naval battles in the Karnali Sea and the Mesder Sea. The only foreign markets that didn't decreased their imports from Drag„o do Mar in August were the ones of Rio do Ouro and Keomora, in part by the existence of the trans-Raedlon railway, which crossed the three countries.

In the following months, until the end of 1941, the Marian commerce would become stagnated. The international trade in the Western Isles was drastically impaired and without previsions of a recovery in the next year. It's possible that, at this point, Prime Ministed Camilo Gomes approximated to the Emperor of Magarat, Temur Buduja, and they might have realized that, despite following different political ideals, both had much in common, as the aversion against the liberal economic model and the status quo of geopolitics in the Western Isles.


Entrance of Drag„o do Mar in the War

After the forces of Rio do Ouro and Marian volunteers reached a stalemate in the south of Almorea, the Marian military strategists convinced Camilo Gomes that it was finally the time for Drag„o do Mar to enter in the war. For that, Prime Minister Gomes decided to initially mobilize the Marian Royal Navy in favor of Magarat and the Neo-Imperialists, in order to increase the pression against Almorea.


Footage of the First Battle of the Karnali Sea,
of May 30th to June 4th, 1942
The Karnali Sea is the body of water between the Mesder Sea and the Argean Sea, and is a historically important commercial route. So that, the Marian leader Camilo Gomes knew that having control over it would be essential essential during the Imperial War.

In April 1st of 1942, Drag„o do Mar declared war on the Free Powers and joined the Neo-Imperialists, leaving the neutral position in the war. The remaining soldiers of the Marian volunteer division were called back to integrate the ranks of the Marian Royal Army to fight for their country.

Due to a mere coincidence, the Marian declaration of war was announced during the April Fool's Day. This detail made millions of persons across the Western Isles think that it was a joke of the international media or the Marian government. The thought that it was a joke made tens of commercial ships of the Free Powers deny to change their routes, continuing to pass by the Karnali Sea, but in the following days they would regret of this decision.

In April 2nd of 1942, Drag„o do Mar and Magarat started a coordinated blockade to the southern strait of Karnali Sea, only accepting the passage of ships from neutral countries or Neo-Imperialists supporters. However, several trading ships from the Free Powers continued to pass by the Karnali Sea, as they thought that the Marian entrance in the war was a April Fool's joke. As consequence, all the goods that they carried were confiscated and divided between Drag„o do Mar and Magarat. In some cases, the commerce ships that denied to stop when the Marian Royal Navy approached were sunk to the sea by the cannons of Marian battleships.

Between April 10th and May 20th, the Marian Royal Navy executed series of bombardments against several naval bases and ports in the Almorean eastern coast. In response to these outrageous attacks by Drag„o do Mar, and also the Marian-Magarati blockade, in May 28th, squadrons of vessel of the Free Powers attempted to put an end of the blockade of the Karnali Sea. The Neo-Imperialists, however, defended their position successfully in the First Battle of the Karnali Sea, that occured between May 30th and June 4th of 1942, with decisive victory of Marian and Magarati forces.


Expansion of the Neo-Imperialists

Invasion of Almorea

Invasion of Segentova (?)


Stalemate


Retake of territories by the Free Powers

The Second Battle of Karnali Sea happened between August 11st and 12nd, 1945. It was conduced as an effort of the Free Powers to make land in Occupied San Montagna and liberate it by the end of the year, as this would allow them to move into mainland Magarat.

The Neo-Imperialist forces were composed by Magarat, Keomora and Drag„o do Mar, with summed numbers of 5 carriers, 5 battleships, 10 heavy cruisers, 30 destroyers, 20 submarines and 5 oilers and also 400 carrier-based aircraft and round 200-300 land-based aircraft. The Marian participation counted with 2 carriers, 2 battleships, 4 heavy cruisers, 11 destroyers, 7 submarines and 2 oilers, and also 100 carrier based aircraft, and 30 land-based aircraft which were supported by Magarat air bases in San Montagna.

The Free Powers had 15 carriers, 5 battleships, 5 heavy cruisers, 10 light cruisers, 60 destroyers and 20 submarines plus 800-900 carrier-based aircraft.

The aftermath was a victory for the Free Powers, and it marked the period between 1945-1948 in which the Neo-Imperialists would suffer consecutive defeats. In this conflict, Drag„o do Mar had one heavy cruiser and two light cruisers sunk to the depths of the Karnali Sea, and Magarat had two carriers sunk. 500 Neo-Imperialist aircraft were also be destroyed and the Neo-Imperialists lost around 2,000 men.


Invasion of Drag„o do Mar


Marian Surrender


Aftermath

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Made a dispatch about my role in the IW. The missing parts are yet to be developed

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