The Itergothic Kingdom (Sanctish: Reino Itergodo; Natin: Regnum Itergothorum; Gothic: 𐌹𐍄𐍄𐌴𐍂𐌲𐌿𐍄𐌸𐌹𐌿𐌳𐌰 𐌸𐌹𐌿𐌳𐌹𐌽𐌰𐍃𐍃𐌿𐍃) was one of the Arasean and Gothic kingdoms inside Nonscio and modernly classified few parts of Araseos that have been founded decades after the Arasean horde invaded the Natin Empire, occupying the coast lines of modern day Protectora, Vivatán, Nuevo Vivatán, Coraliza and a quarter of Gran Sagrado. It's founder was Vithmiris, one of the military leaders who has assisted the hordes to destroy the Natin Empire, and one with big power ambitions. The majority of the population inside the kingdom were still Natin inhabitants, as they have worshipped Eripir Christus in the yet unbroken Great Natin Church at start, while Vithmiris and his noble aristocrats have worshiped multiple deities that came with the invaders. At first, the Itergothic kingdom was a system of monarchy based on hereditary affairs. At the year 539 A.D., Vithmiris' son, titled Vithmiris II, was crowned the next king of the Itergothics, same year as his father has died, likely from food poisoning, according to found data of his great likeness of food. Vithmiris II, unlike his father, was deemed incompetent, and many members of the nobility have been threatening to stage revolts against him to depose him. Listening to his advisors and nobility's milder demands, Vithmiris II in 547 A.D. agreed to share power with members of the aristocracy and rebuild the kingdom into a confederation for the rest of it's existence, with first three, later on six divisions, later converted into duchies somewhere around 800 A.D., named Skaunsia, Fralet, Eissarnu, and later times Hlain, Thairkia and Weihithia. Heads of these divisions would also vote on the selection of next kings. In it's first century, it had the Itergoths as a people united, but as clans divided.
Itergoths were a people in the same group and same peoples as the Septegoths. The difference between the citizens of the Septenian and Itergothic kingdoms were tradition of movement, the Septegoths of Septenia have fully settled and cultivated their lands after their invasion of the Natin territories consisting of northern modern day Estandé, while the Septegoths of the Itergothic Kingdom were semi-nomadic, and have thus moved around the divisions constantly within the same kingdom, especially when they felt like they were done living in the areas of when they felt unsafe. At first, the Itergothic Kingdom started out small, only having the territories of Skaunsia, Fralet and their capital county Eissarnu. In 832, under King Rausimod of the Gilws aristocracy, the Itergoths went to war on three smaller Germanic kingdoms, reasoning being rumors of a conspiracy against them, motivated by the need of key points for access to trade with the Meridegothic kingdoms and to connect with the Septegothic-led Kingdom of Septenia. One year and a half later, at 833, the Itergothic Kingdom won the war, annexing the kingdoms of Hlain, Thairkia and Weihithia, converting them to divisions and giving the Itergothic aristocratic clans power other those. Theories claim that Rausimod did this to prevent any more royal disputes, if it was the true case, then Rausimod succeeded, results of clans being given divisions were reports of disputes falling dramatically. However, the war also decimated large numbers of Septegothic people used as manpower to cease, thus forcing the kingdom to recruit Christian Natin people, who were in reality the majority population of the nation.