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Silesia-Slovakia wrote:we know you're The Age of Utopia, I'm NWT, Mycelium resistance moved away to Olomouc and sadly doesn't have as much time to nationstates, we're still in contact though, so i can message him to check out nationstates if he has time...

Ok

Hello everybody!
Just moved to this region, Can i have some advice?

MC675 wrote:Hello everybody!
Just moved to this region, Can i have some advice?

Welcome! Most of our RP is on the Discord, so please join there.

Judaea-Samaria wrote:Welcome! Most of our RP is on the Discord, so please join there.

Okay!

I have questions-
I'm a star, a Red Giant. And i cant put myself on the map because I'm a star..
Wait.. But I can send colonists from Dorophane to explore the surface!
If that's allowed..

MC675 wrote:I have questions-
I'm a star, a Red Giant. And i cant put myself on the map because I'm a star..
Wait.. But I can send colonists from Dorophane to explore the surface!
If that's allowed..

No. It's not allowed

MC675 wrote:I have questions-
I'm a star, a Red Giant. And i cant put myself on the map because I'm a star..
Wait.. But I can send colonists from Dorophane to explore the surface!
If that's allowed..

Not allowed, but you could probably create a nation that has a religion based on the stars.

The Empire of Hanchu and the Eastern Campaign

East of Hanchu lie the three provinces of Yongzhou,Hengzhou, and Shaozhou. The three provinces have an interresting history having been provinces of Baishu Nations like Liu Han under the Shu Dynasty (983AD-1206AD) and Xin Han under the Xin Dynasty (538AD-582AD) , Baiqi nations like Western Qi and Great Song, and provinces of non baiqi or baishu like Yuan (Yuan is considered a non Baiqi nation though theres a great deal of debate about it , as mongolians have been occasionally grouped under Baishu or Baiqi) and the Colonial nation that conquered the three provinces between 1921 and 1925 (the chaos that occured during Hanchu under the Jin Dynasty (1920AD-1934AD) resulted in the destruction of a large number of important documents from that period which is why there are very few native sources about who originally ruled certain areas)
Because of this there has been a great deal of debate about what culture the three provinces belong to, and what the dominant culture is of the area.
According to many followers of the two civilisations theory the three provinces are the most eastern areas of the Baishu Cultures . In the eyes of the supporters of the Great Civilisations theory the three provinces are the most western provinces of the song cultural area . Followers of the core and sphere theory are divided on the three provinces as some believe that they are the sphere areas of several cultures, while others consider them the core area of their own hybrid culture.
Negotiations with the three provinces have been going on for a while and the three provinces have agreed to be completely annexed, The provinces have been annexed.

Cultural theories

The two civilsations theory, or dichotomous culture theory, is the theory that that there are two great cultural groups that dominate what outsiders refer to as China, The Baishu cultures of the west and south west, and the Baiqi cultures of the east and north east, and that in places where both exist one of them dominates the other . to be the eastern edge of Baishu civilisation
The Great cultures theory believes that there are four cultutral areas in China each with its own cultural history the Baishu area in the south west, the Baiqi area in the northwest, the song area in the south east (Considered by many to be the area where baiqi and baishu have intaracted enough that cultures have formed with aspects from both. The reason its called song is because mostly native Song dynasties have existed in both east and west, with Song being an accepted word for what westereners call China, and QiānSong, or Thousand Song being a widely accepted term for the groups in China) , and the Qing cultural area in the north west (The Qing area is where neither Baishu nor Baiqi have much interaction nor dominate the area.The Qing were considered outsiders by Shu, and after they conquered Song Han, Qing became a by word for foreigner or outsider. Ironically Machu are generally viewed as Baiqi. The area is also known as XiBei, or north west).
The Core and Sphere theory states that there are areas in which a culture or greater culture dominates called core areas, and areas in which a culture or greater culture exerts a great deal of influence but doesnt dominate called sphere areas.

As a quick reminder, we are pretty active on Discord for anyone that thinks this region is dead.

The Empire of Hanchu and the Southern Campaign

West of the Ly areas currently owned by Hanchu lie the remaining provinces of Southern Ly, These provinces have a larger Tai population than other provinces in Southern Ly . Tai groups in Southern Ly are called Lan Xang, after Lan Xang (1305AD-1665AD) a heavily Tai Ly state that started as a vassal of Yuan, became an ally of Tsiompa Han in 1336AD, merged with it in 1357AD. and regained its independence in 1445AD. The language spoken by the Lan Xang is Modern Lan Xang , one of the six languages that make up the Ly language Family , and the one closest to the Tai languages, though unlike its ancestor Middle Lan Xang it is written excusively using in a variation of Van Xuan script rather than using a combination of Van Xuan, Khmer, Xin, and Cham scrpts. Van Xuan script is a descendant of the ancesteral script used by the Shu states.untill the 9th century AD when it was overtaken by sword script (which itself was overtaken by the Impirial script of Cao Dynasty Hanchu in the late 18th and early 19th century AD). The area like the rest of southern ly is plurality Buddhist in the north (Most of which are theraveda), Hindu in the south (mostly Shaivite Brahmanism) , and folk religion in the center, with large minorities of Muslims (Mostly Shia with some Ibadi), christians (Mostly Nestorian), and various other faiths spead throughout the area. The negotiations have gone well the provinces have been annexed

Shu States

Terminology:
Hanchu States are the acknowledged succesor states of Shu Han
Shu refers to a group of peoples descendant from the Han of the Han dynasty, the Tibetans, and the people in the west call indochina.
Xin refers to a language that closely resembles both Vietic and Yue Language groups, and refers to a group thats closely related to otl vietnamese and Baiyue descendant people.
Ly refers to tai and vietic succesor states of Van Xuan which was dominated by Vietic and Tai speaking people.
百蜀, or Bǎi shǔ, means Hundred Shu and refers to all the groups with ties to the succesor states of Shu Han. Some of the larger groups are Shu Chinese, Xin, Chams, Ly, Khmer, and Tibetans
百齊 or Bǎi q , means hundred Qi and refers to the groups east of the Baishu in what was once Han China, though the word has occasionally been used to refer to groups in Korea , Japan, and Mongolia

Hanchu States
Shu Han under the Liu Dynasty (221AD-293AD). The First Dynasty and the nation all Hanchu nations are succesors of.
Man Han under the Man Dynasty (293AD-355AD) Conquered Shu Han in the early summer of 293AD, and was recognised as the Succesor of Shu Han by its emperor in the late summer of that same year.
Man Han under the Li Dynasty (355AD-432AD)
Zhou Han under the Zhou Dynasty (432AD-501AD) The state lost most of its territory during the first Zhou Han-Western Qi War (483AD-486AD), but within five years managed to become an economic and military power house that defeated Western Qi in the second (492AD-494AD) and third (497AD-498AD) Zhou Han-Western Qi wars. The wars unfortunately killed most of the Li clan so to avoid a civil war the Emperors most trusted general was chosen as his succesor.
Zhou Han under the Qing Dynasty (501AD-527AD) The loyal General of the last Li emperor founded the Qiang Dynasty. The emperor of the Qiang built on the reforms of the Emperor of the Zhou Dynasty , and further strengthened the economy and military. By doing so the Emperor was able to conquer land from western Qi. Like the last emperor of the Zhou Dynasty , the Emperor of the Qiang Dynasty chose his most loyal general as his succesor.
Zhou Han under the Wu Dynasty (527AD-538AD) The
Xin Han under the Xin Dynasty (538AD-582AD)
Xin Han under the Fei Dynasty (582AD-641AD)
Ly Han under the Ly Dynasty (641AD-722AD)
Ly Han under the Northern Ly Dynasty (722AD-738AD)
Ly Han under the Eastern Ly Dynasty (738AD-747AD)
Ly Han under the Nine Generals (747AD)
Xilang Han under the Xilang Dynasty (752AD-971AD)
Xilang Han under the Loyal General of the Xilang Dynasty (971AD-983AD)
Liu Han under the Shu Dynasty (983AD-1206AD) In many ways t
Liu Han during the post Shu Dynasty chaos (1206AD-1238AD)
Liu Han during the Vassalisation by Song (1238AD-1271AD)
Liu Han during the Vassalisation by Yuan (1271AD-1276AD)
Tsiompa Han under the Tsiompa Dynasty (1295AD-1450AD)
Tsiompa Han under the Three Generals (1450AD-1451AD)
Song Han under the Song Dynasty (1451AD-1665AD)
Alliance of Cao Han and Eastern Chu (1777AD-1790AD)
Merger Cao Han and Eastern Chu, into Hanchu . Divided Rulership of Hanchu (1790AD-1791AD)
Hanchu under the Cao Dynasty (1791AD-1920AD)
Hanchu under the Jin Dynasty (1920AD-1934AD)
Hanchu under the Chen Dynasty (1934AD-)

Notable Shu States
Northern Man (432AD-464AD) Founded by a descendant of the third emperor of the Man Dynasty of Man Han, who executed the Fourth Emperor of the Li dynasty of Man Han. Was conquered by the second empress of the Zhou Dynasty of Zhou Han . Northern Man never grew beyond its original borders but managed to establish a hegemony over the other warring states.
Man Liang (438AD-547AD) Founded by a Yue General of the Li Dynasty of Man Han. Man Liang onsidered by some Xin scolars the ancestor of the Xin States (who call it Xin Liang), and considered a proto Ly state by some Ly scolars (who call it Ly Liang). Man Liang was the longest lasting of the Man Han Warring states and was

Other Shu States
Man Han , or Man Warring States (432AD-511AD).

Xin States
Southern Xin, also known as Ly Xin (735AD-793AD). The First Xin state
Eastern Xin, also known as Great Xin, and Southern Xin Han (1447AD-1795AD) (independent 1447AD-1701. Vassal of Great Qing 1701AD-1772AD. Independent 1772AD-1795AD). The state was a rival of Song Han and considered by many older historians to be the equal of Song Han due to its military and economic power having been on par with and at times exceeded its Rival (more modern Historians however view Song Hans greater stability and the fact that it won six of the eight wars fought between the two states as more important, and as such consider Song Han to be the superior state), with some even considering it the succesor of Shu Han (calling it Southern Xin Han. and calling Song Han, Tsiompa Song) , and a rival of the Khmer Empire .
Northern Xin (1919-1982) (republic 1919-1926. Confederacy 1926-1982)

Ly States
Van Xuan, called The state of Ly by Xin Han . (543AD-641AD) (Acknowledged as the succesor of Shu Han in 641. continued existing as Ly Han untill 747AD)
Western Ly. (722AD-795AD)
Vientane under the Ngo Dynasty . (935AD-965AD) Vientane under the Dinh Dynasty (965AD-1022AD) Vientane under the Tran Dynasty (1128AD-1273AD).
Lan Xang (1305AD-1665AD) (Vassal of Yuan 1305AD-1336AD. Ally of Tsiompa Han (1336AD-1357AD. Willingly merged with Tsiompa Han 1357AD-1445AD. Independent 1445AD-1665AD). The state was an ally of Song Han throughout its existence and a rival of both Eastern Xin and the Ttung State. The only predominantly Tai Ly state in history.
Trung State (1451AD-1665AD) The only predominantly Viet Ly state history.
Great Ly (1660AD-1812AD) Started as a peasant uprising in a town on the border of Lan Xang and Trung, wich was almost crushed untill generals and soldiers from both states joined the peasants allowing them to recover and conquer enough land to declare themselves the state of Revived Ly.
Revived Ly conquered Trung in the spring of 1664 and Lan Xang in the autumn of that same year, after which its name was changed to Great Ly. The nation reached its maximum extent in 1698 and was able to maintain that untill the European-Ly wars (1767AD-1776AD), surviving as an independent and economically powerfull though somewhat smaller nation untill its conquest by Hanchu under the Cao dynasty in the Ly-Hanchu war (1813-1817).
Great Ly is c
Southern Ly (1962-1982)

Ly Language
Proto Ly (4th century -7th century) born as a creole language of the language spoken by the tai and the language spoken by the viet in the tai and viet areas of Man Han, and Man Liang.
Archaic Ly (6th century-10th Century) The existence of the Ly state popularised proto Ly and caused it to develop into a full fledged language distinct from Tai and Viet
Old Ly (9th century-16th Century)
Middle Ly (15th Century-19th century)
Modern Ly (18th Century-)
Derivative Language
Old Western Ly (11th-14th century) A dialect of Old Ly that was somewhat to Tai languages than Old Ly. Developed into Middle Lan Xang
Middle Lan Xang (14th century -19th century) Descendant from Old Western Ly. Closer to Tai languages .
Modern Lan Xang (19th century - )
Eastern Ly
Old Trung (13th century-19th Century) clo

Cham States
Lam Ap (192AD-586AD)
Vijaya (727AD-802AD)
Champa (964AD-1295AD) (Acknowledged as the succesor of Shu Han in 1295AD. Continued existing as Tsiompa Han until 1451AD)
Union of Cham Principalities (1963AD-)

Khmer States
Funan (56AD-672AD)
Land Chenla (718AD-805AD)
Water Chenla (950AD-984AD)
River Chenla (984AD-1000AD)
Lake Chenla (984AD-1049AD)
Sea Chenla (984AD-1251AD)
First Khmer Empire (1444AD-1607AD) Fought two wars and numerous minor clashes against the first empire of Toungoo between 1550 and 1607 that destroyed its military , economy and a substantial part of its population, but prevented the empire from devastating the other baishu states in the way it had the east indian states.
Khmer vassal of Great Xin (1607AD-1651AD)
Second Khmer Empire (1651AD-1698AD)
Khmer Republic (1963AD-)

Tibetan States
Tibetan Empire

BaiQi states
Western Qi

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So, I liked it here a lot, but i dont get really into this RP, since i lost my discord.
I can't make a new one, because of unspoken reasons, it had been a pleasure here.
I'm moving away, because I have some plans for this puppet,
I'd like if you made embassies with Amalgamated Federation, where my main resides.
Bye and thanks a LOT for the fun.

Silesia-Slovakia wrote:So, I liked it here a lot, but i dont get really into this RP, since i lost my discord.
I can't make a new one, because of unspoken reasons, it had been a pleasure here.
I'm moving away, because I have some plans for this puppet,
I'd like if you made embassies with Amalgamated Federation, where my main resides.
Bye and thanks a LOT for the fun.

You will be missed.

Silesia-Slovakia wrote:So, I liked it here a lot, but i dont get really into this RP, since i lost my discord.
I can't make a new one, because of unspoken reasons, it had been a pleasure here.
I'm moving away, because I have some plans for this puppet,
I'd like if you made embassies with Amalgamated Federation, where my main resides.
Bye and thanks a LOT for the fun.

You will be missed, and I can help you with that Discord situation just telegram me.

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