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The year is 1700 BCE. The world is one of tribalism and war. However, in some lands there is civilization. The Cradles of Civilization host a world where man can thrive and create empires and gods.

I, Atlasium (TheCreator901), welcome you to Konig des Menschen Chapter II (KdM II). Starting in 1700 BCE, this is an era of civilization of ancient history in which heroes and gods are made. The road to greatness is paved now. Can you become the King of Men?

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The first game I have ever administered was Continent of Darkness: Europe, which was successful until its end. KdM was the second and most successful of my games yet lasting for 27 turns. KdM II is a sequel to the successful map game and hopefully will go on to be more successful!

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The Map (1700 BCE Onwards)


Rules

Konig des Menschen Rules

Template 

Nation Name:

  • Government: Despotic Monarchy, Oligarchic Republic, etc.
    • Ruler (King, President, etc.): Ruler Name
      • Parliament: Not necessary
        • First Party: Number of Seats
        • Second Party: Number of Seats
        • Third Party: Number of Seats
  • Economy: Information.
  • Capital: Insert capital city
  • Demographics:
    • Population: Insert Pop (% of major ethnicities)
    • Religion: % of major religions.
  • Wars and Conflicts:
  • Diplomacy:
    • Nation: Diplomatic action taken.
  • Events: Insert actions nation done.

Game Speed

  • 4000 BCE-1000 BCE (100 years) (30/27 turns)
  • 1000 BCE-500 BCE (50 years) (34 turns)
  • 500 BCE-400 CE (25 years) (36 turns)
  • 400 CE-1000 CE (10 years) (60 turns)
  • 1000 CE-1600 CE (5 years) (120 turns)
  • 1600 CE-1900 CE (2 years) (150 turns)
  • 1900 CE-present (1 year) (118 turns)
  • World Wars after 1900 (every three months)
  • World Wars before 1900 but after 1500 (1 year)

Alliances/Vassals

  • Alliances:
    • Hellenic League: Egypt, Bactria
  • Vassals:
    • Rome: RAR: Atlas, RAR: Valencia, RAR: Vedena, RAR: Westria
    • Seleucid Empire: Arashena, Gerrha
    • Nordicium: Danska

Dynasties

  • Gherensi (Imperium di Atlas)
  • Sealander (Sealand)
  • Schnee (Nordicium)
  • Nørgaard (Danska)
  • Tanganhebat (Malacca)
  • Yin (Feng)
  • Yang (Feng)
  • Xia (Xia)
  • Wampanoag (Natick)
  • al-Qazi (Muscat)

Old/Extinct Dynasties

  • Haakonssen (Fibelia)
  • Jakobsen (Nordicium)
  • Derier (Valcanor)
  • Ostaras (Valcanor)
  • Shabk (Vesnia)
  • Fleischer (not ruling, in exile) (Vesnia)
  • Ryglantt (Danska)
  • Tatka (Yugrain)
  • Hephtaldia-Gropius (Hellenica)

Nations (currently 14 player/s)

  • Imperium di Atlas: TheCreator901/Atlasium
  • Egypt: EthanKoenigsberg
  • Malacca: Sidewinder
  • Inbhiri: TheSteampunkTotoro
  • Nordicium: LukaGaming
  • Danska: Fyorrian Mapping
  • Rome: Batran99
  • Muscat: Simplenoise8
  • RAR: Vedena: VladsNewAccount
  • Siam: Brenn Mapper
  • Seleucid Empire: SolaceEaSw
  • Agousta: XaoZss
  • Gojoseon: Memeeater69
  • Natick: Parbounli

Staff

  • Admin: Atlasium (TheCreator901)
  • Deputy Admin: TheSteampunkTotoro
  • Junior Admin: Batran99
  • Map Maker: Atlasium (TheCreator901), TheSteampunkTotoro, EthanKoenigsberg
  • NPC Event Maker: Atlasium (TheCreator901), TheSteampunkTotoro
  • Moderator: EthanKoenigsberg, TheSteampunkTotoro, LukaGaming, Sidewinder

Banned Players

Archives

The archive list is useful for previous events or for reference.

Turns

KdmTurn300-275B

Turn XXVI: 300-275 BCE:

Events & Great People:

  • Geometry: Geometry is found and defined by Euclid in Alexandria, Aegea
  • Zeno: The first western anarchist Zeno of Cyprus preaches that men do not need to be controlled
  • Colossus: The Colossus of Rhodes is built as a monument to Apollo
  • Alexandrian Plague: With the unification of western Asia under Aegean rule, a plague from the Indus river spreads to the Middle-East and later the mediterranean to ravage the populations. 3 Million die

NPC Turns:

  • Aegea: The greatest empire the world had yet seen collapses. With Alexander's death, the Aegean council ruled the nation from Athens, using the conquered regions to enrich Hellenica, Anatolia, Canaan and Xilup, but left the east to rot, pillaging them for riches. A pretender appeared in Persepolis claiming to be the son of Darius, but had been but an infant when his father died. He declared he would lead the Kiths out of the hold of the greedy Athenians. A significant portion of Aegea is engulfed into civil war, with cities as far as Nineveh declaring themselves part of the new Seleucid Empire. Tens of thousands of Hellenic soldiers were sent to quell the unrest, but they were faced by a coordinated force of 20 000 Seleucids in Akkad. The Hellenics were defeated, but Alexander the Great's son, Alexander IV who'd been trained as a grand strategist by Eudemus, a friend of Alexander. He lead a new wave of troops into central Aegea using Phalanx tactics, which had been used by his father before when he conquered Anatolia. He was able to stop the Seleucids in Adol, where the two main armies clashed and Alexander was victorious. Peace was signed where the Seleucids gained independence and Scythia would become a Seleucid vassal.
  • Diziliyans(To Vesnia): We don't want you in our heartlands, you are welcome to come and trade but not to stay and colonize, if you leave and promise not to return we will refrain from helping Havmark if their deeds spark any conflict
  • Eileansiar: The stranded nation continues to grow
  • Sami: After the Danskans burned several of some of the southern tribes, a council was held where all the main tribes decided to make a second raid, which would be much more destructive, to set an example for all those who came as unwanteds to the north. 4 500 Sami troops assaulted Skelleftanna, driving the Danskans out of the Bothnian gulf
  • Bonra: With Vedena growing to be a behemoth in the region, many tribes became distressed with the increasing Slavokan presence in their region and held a council with the larger tribes for a horde(A horde begins to amass in Northwest Bonra territory)
  • Chono: They develop in South America
  • Delaware: They develop in North America
  • Huron, Potawatomi, Ottawa: They develop near the Great Lakes
  • Iroquois: They assimilate tribes north of them
  • Ewolan: They become the Choctaw
  • Seleucid: With Mayrua growing, they invade Sindhu, Kuru and Amarie to gain a better foothold in India for a possible future conflict
  • Mayrua: Chandragupta continues his advance in India, annexing Matasc, Scatom and parts of Kuntala and ask. Mala allies themselves with Mayrua and become a tributary in their empire
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Kingdom of Natick after 295 BC

Kingdom of Natick

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
  • King: Arthur I Wampanoagan (until 278 BC), Wamsasoit I Wampanoagan (since 278 BC)
  • Economy: Mainly farming and hunting. Nausets are also fishing in Cape Cod Bay.
  • Capital: Wampanoag
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 35% Nausets, 34% Wampanoags, 31% Massachusettans. Total population - 6800 inhabitants.
    • Religion: 100% Paganism
    • Settlements: The only non-village settlement is Wampanoag, which is a small town with 1300 inhabitants. Other 5500 people are living in 15 villages. 
  • Wars and Conflicts: None for now.
  • Diplomacy:
    • No diplomacy events for now.
  • Events: In 295 BC Western Wampanoags and Massachusettans were feared by dangerous animals in their forests and asked Arthur I Wampanoagan to help them. He recruited an army of 200 spearmen and 300 archers and started the hunting of dangerous wolves and bears. After the 6 month hunting Wampanoagan's army surrendered and recommended native people to build defensive walls to defend the western villages. Natickan losses: 50 spearmen and 4 archers. However, western Wampanoags and Massachusettans thanked Arthur I for their help and agreed to join Kingdom of Natick.

Vesnia

  • Government: Despotic Monarchy
    • King: Gustaaf III Fleischer (B 351 BCE D 280 BCE) (R 332 BCE - 280 BCE), Olaf I Fleicher (B 302 BCE - still alive) (R 280 BCE - Present)
    • Economy: Based around agriculture, fishing and trading. The first Vesnian script is developed, based on nearby tribes' scripts. Trade with cultures like Latins, Proto-Balts, Ugrians (and countries of Nordicium and Danska) is helping the economy.
    • Capital: Burgenbrao
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Burgenbrao: 48,801
      • Fleischermark: 17,113
      • Raustadt: ~5000ish? (under Havmarks occupation)
      • Eustra: 3411
      • Heineg: 2660
      • Rural areas (AKA everything else): ~101,105
      • Ethnicities: 95% Vesnians, 2.25% Proto-Balts, 2% Danskians, 0.75% Havmarkese
      • Religion: 99% Vesnian Paganism, 0.74% Proto-Baltic Religions, 0.26% Other
    • Wars and Conflicts:
      • Havmark Conflict: Tensions are going up after their expansions, our influence continues slightly. Some of the Havmarkese in our lands are integrated and become Vesnians.
      • Military Training: Peace with Havmark seems quite foolish to think of right now due to the tension, so military training occurs more often to make sure our troops are strong and capable of warfare.
    • Military: Total of
      • Spearmen: 1012 (316 without shields)
      • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 772 (177 without shields)
      • Bowmen: 1003
      • Cavalry: 62
      • Torchmen (they burn up tents and stuff after the main invasion but do also have daggers if someone attacks them): 126
      • Flingmasche (prim. catapult): 140
      • Naval Watchmen: 135
    • Navy:
      • 112 transport ships (can hold around 10-15 men)
      • 49 large transport ships (can hold around 20 men) (some large transport ships become galleys)
      • 10 galleys
      • 35 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have around 735 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Dizilyans: Okay. We will give back your lands, let's sign it as an agreement.
      • Havmark: Your expansion around us is threatening, please stop.
    • Events:
      • The Eustra Agreement: A "conference" is held in Eustra in which a treaty is signed. Vesnia will give the lands they colonized some years ago back to the Dizilyans and also give them some food, the Dizilyans will not support Havmark in any potential conflicts.
      • The Second Vesnianization: It continues, more Havmarkese people are Vesnianized.
      • Expansion: We expand to the south, creating a larger border with Havmark and to stop their expansion that appears to be wrapping around us.
      • Royal Tension: Gustaaf III had 2 sons, Gustaaf IV and Olaf I, however Gustaaf IV died from pneumonia a year before his father did. Even worse is that Olaf I's attempts to continue the bloodline is going badly, as no procreation attempts have succeeded so far.

Tribal Confederacy of Westria

  • Leader: Warlord Rupprecht von Pölen 324-294, Warlord Joseph von Pölen 294-290, Lady Adal von Pölen 290-present.
  • Government: The Confedercy is ruled by an interregnum but it’s formally a tribe where you elect a chief. The interregnum council have been lead by warlord Rupprecht, Joseph and lady Adal.
  • Demographics:
    • Population:
    • Vienna: Population: 26,990
    • Pölen: Population: 11,038
    • Konr: Population: 6,170
    • Rich: Population: 8,180
    • Rural population: 56,650
    • Religion: Pagan (100%)
    • Ethinicities: 77% Westrian, 21% Gelatins, 2% Escosians.
  • Economy: We are based on agriculture.
  • Army: Total of
    • Spearmen: 1,000
    • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 265
    • Bowmen: 370
    • Cavalry: 120
  • Events:
    • Rupprecht military reforms: The military reforms by Rupprecht is now in place to make the military more efficent.
    • Joseph and Adal: After Rupprecht's death his son called Joseph took over as Warlord and leader of the council after his father's death. Joseph was a really weak and unpopular ruler. He was not that healthy either it ended with him dying in 290. His sister then took control over the council.
    • Expansion:.Westria continues to expand into today's southern Austria.

Chiefdom of Caledoni

  • Government: Tribal Chiefdom
    • Chief: Uisdean Kavanagh II - Eacharn Kavanagh I
  • Economy: 99,8% Internal, 0,2% Foreign: Based around fishing, hunting and trading
  • Capital: Inbhir Nis
  • Demographics:
    • Population:
    • Kaledon: 4 730
    • Obar Dheathain: 3 660
    • Jarvik: 2 530
    • Inbhir Nis: 1 780
    • Rural areas: 83 752
    • Ethnicities: 99% Albion(Picts), 1% Hjaltlander and Mard Assimilates
    • Religion: 99% Caledonian Druidism, 1% Other Druidism
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • The Great Albion War: We continue to try to hold the line, several raids are performed deep into Mardian territory, burning major villages and dragging their citizens for sacrifice
  • Military: We use ambushes and hit & run tactics to weaken the enemy. After raids the raiders will run to the forests, sometimes luring the rest of the enemy camp into an ambush. Soldiers are always coated in some kind of camouflage, for ex. dirt, moss, leaves etc. The Sgaoileadh(practically Gaelic Ninjas, never actually existed irl) special unit is created for extremely silent takedowns. It’s comprised of the best hunters and trackers who will use their skills be silent and quick with their attacks, unlike the more usual loud and quick tactic with the normal troops.
    • Volunteered soldiers(Misc. weaponry): 3 470
    • Shortswordsmen: 2 910
    • Axemen: 1 960
    • Slingers:  520
    • Sgaoileadh: 270
    • Druids: 12
    • Ships: 51
  • Diplomacy:
    • Northern Albion Tribes(Picts): We expand our influence in the highlands and ask them to join us
  • Events:
    • -

Queendom of Nordicium 

  • Government: Monarchy (tribal)
  • Queen: Ástríðr IV Schnee
  • Economy: Stable increase, consists mainly of forestry and fishing
  • Population: 157,100 (86% Nordicite Germanic, 7% Akershusi Germanic, 6% West Dizilyans, 1% Sami)
  • Religion: Norse (100%) 
  • Major Settlements:
    • Stavanger: 8,000 
    • Leikanger (special city): 8,000 
    • Bergen (capital): 17,500
    • Ålesund: 6,000
    • Molde: 6,000
    • Oslo: 7,000
    • Trondheim: 6,000
    • Leirvik: 4,500
    • Tórshavn: 2,100
    • Rural areas: ~93,000 
  • Military: 4500 active personnel, 2700 reserves.
    • 3250 shielded spearmen 
    • 750 dagger users
    • 500 archers (using bows)
  • Navy 
    • 216 trading ships (trade routes to Danska, Vesnia and Caledoni)
    • 60 wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 10-15 men)
    • 20 larger wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 15-25 men)
    • 72 triremes.
    • 30 galleys.
    • 780 sailors
  • Diplomacy:
    • Danska: We agree to buy Sør-Farroæn from you.
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Cadelonian-Mardian War: We continute the blockade and fortify Hull to defend against the invasion.We also send men to invade North to open up a route to meet up with the Nordicite divisions assisting the Cadelonians.
  • Events
    • Naval Race: We buffed up our navy. Buffed it up a lot.
    • Arms Race: We buffed our army a lot to help Cadeloni.
    • Expansion: We expand towards more of the Jotunheimen mountain range and assimilate the Dizilyans.
    • Foundation of Tórshavn: We found the city of Tórshavn in the Faroe Islands holdings that we bought from Danska.
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Vedena

  • Government: Tribe confederacy
    • Parliament: Tribe council
      • Nobility: 453
      • Merchants: 354
      • Educated and technical experts: 212
      • Religious elite: 165
      • Wise: 134
  • Economy: Based on agriculture, logging, and trade. The evolution of vedenian script has been finished.. Wooden tables and parchment are the most used. 
  • Capital: Lutsk
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 942,800 (45% are Volynians, 31% are Slavokans, 22% are Bonra, 5% are the rest) people; 65,6% live in rural areas.
      • Major settlements:
      • Kyiv: ~88300
      • Lutsk: ~76900
      • Pripyat'~42500
      • Volodymyr: ~31800
      • Shatsk: ~23700
      • Kovel: ~22900
      • Rivne: ~18700
      • Dnipro: ~10100
      • Dubno: ~9700
      • Rural areas: ~618,200
    • Religion: 71% are Volynian pagans, 19% are Slavoka pagans, 9% are Bonra pagans, 2% is the rest.
  • Wars and Conflicts: -
  • Military: a bigger army is built in order to protect our lands from hordes.
    • Archers: 8000
    • Shortswordsmen: 5000
    • Cavalry: 3500
  • Navy: 
    • Trade ships: 9600-12800
    • Transport: 250
  • Diplomacy: -
  • Events: 
    • Integration of Slavokans. We managed to fully integrate all of Slavokans. Now, because of lots of similarities between us, we can try to assimilate them into our culture and make Slavokans true Vedenians!
  • Features of Vedena:
    • The masterpiece of ancient urbanism.  Some people may think that the population of cities is too big. But to be fair, the cities in Vedena are not that urban and densely populated. A typical city there has a city centre and little neighbourhoods around it. Usually, every family has a little house and a proper farm to grow their own food. Intelligence lives in the elite neighbourhood close to or in a city centre.
    • Deep city specialization. With the growth of Vedena as an empire, there are lots of different cities. It is becoming more efficient to be specialized in some sphere. For instance, Lutsk is the main political and scientific powerhouse, Pripyat and Kyiv are specialized in trade, Volodymyr is a cultural centre and Shatsk is a fishing centre.

Turn XXVII: 275-250 BC

Events & Great People:

  • Theocritus: The Roman born poet writes the first Idylls
  • Archimedes: He invents several things like Pi, the lever, hydrostatistics and more in Sicily, Aegea
  • Aristarchus: He is the first person to suggest that the sun is the center of the universe, using geometry to back his theory but he is believed to be a nutjob
  • Lighthouse: The first lighthouse is built in Alexandria

NPC Events:

  • Aegea: They launcha massive naval invasion of Sicily, taking the whole island from Rome under the lead of Alexander IV, who was desperate to show that he was even half the leader his father was. Aegea also invades Rayas as payback for what they did when the Kiths invaded
  • Mayrua: They annex the rest of Ask and Kuntala
  • Uputhara Wansura: With news of the rising power in northern India coming to ports in Uputhara, they propose to Pandays that they unify.
  • Pandays: They decide to join Uputhara Wansura
  • Mala: They wage war in the east to unify the eastern Vedic tribes to have more men against Mayrua. They conquer Dandivala, some of the tribes around them and begin an invasion of Vrijji
  • Naruto: They expand into Kyushu, assimilating local tribes into their kingdom to fight off the Kioku, and to prevent the Kioku from conquering the island
  • Kioku: They attempt a massive offensive into Naruto, but fail again, nearly succeeding but with the Naruto secondary fleet arriving to cut them off from aid the offensive perishes(edited)
  • Ainu: They drive many of the Tungusics away while settling further into mainland Asia
  • Tungusics: They expand northward, assimilating and settling new tribes
  • Bonra: They invade Vedena, raiding everything east of the Dnipro, and sacking Kyiv, before returning home with spoils of war(Lands east of the Dnipro under Vedenan rule become tribal Slavokan)(edited)
  • Sambia: A small Latin kingdom rises in the Sambian peninsula, several smaller Latin tribes join them
  • Carcaros: They invade Valencia, with the vassal still recovering from the Kith invasion. The Carcaros troops easily capture the Valencian capital, but are stopped in Murcia by a large defending garrison. Peace is signed with Atlas threatening to join the war. The western coast rebels, breaking off from the empire as Galaica
  • Galaica: They break off from Carcaros, taking the eastern coast and some of the Cantabrian mountains
  • Chickasaw, Cocopa, Uto-Aztecs, Penuti: They emerge as a culture group in North America
  • Yupiks, Deg Xinag: They develop in Alaska
  • Mard(To Caledoni): After the massacre you did in Kaledon? No chance)
  • Mard: They build a capable navy, and block off the Nordicite supply lines, and siege Hull, the city fell back to Mard in 1 and a half years. They proceed to massacre all Nordicite soldiers and citizens in Hull. 4 000 Mardian troops march north to reconquer Kaledon, with heavy casualities they succeed. 3 400 dead and 200 wounded, but the city was taken and reinforcements arrived. Several officers of the Mardian army told the chief to stop the invasion into Caledoni territory as the men feared the sacrificial rituals the Caledonians performed, even more with the reconquering of Kaledon, but the chief says to hold on in Kaledon, but we will advance further north when we have more men
  • Picts: Some of the highland tribes join Caledon, with many young men eager to kill Mardians and be blessed by the forests in hunts, several tribes convert to Caledonian Druidism, making human sacrifices

Vesnia

  • Government: Despotic Monarchy
    • King: Olaf I Fleicher (B 302 BCE - still alive) (R 280 BCE - Present)
    • Economy: Based around agriculture, fishing and trading. The first Vesnian script is developed, based on nearby tribes' scripts. Trade with cultures like Latins, Proto-Balts, Ugrians (and countries of Nordicium and Danska) is helping the economy.
    • Capital: Burgenbrao
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Burgenbrao: 48,854
      • Fleischermark: 17,136
      • Raustadt: ~5200ish? (under Havmarks occupation)
      • Eustra: 3498
      • Heineg: 2663
      • Rural areas (AKA everything else): ~104,050
      • Ethnicities: 95% Vesnians, 2.25% Proto-Balts, 2% Danskians, 0.75% Havmarkese
      • Religion: 99% Vesnian Paganism, 0.74% Proto-Baltic Religions, 0.26% Other
    • Wars and Conflicts (italics: Potential War):
      • Havmark Conflict: We demand our former lands back.
      • Extra Conscription: More conscription to strengthen our army.
      • War of Havmark/Havmark War/Reclamation of Raustadt
    • Military: Total of
      • Spearmen: 1200 (305 without shields)
      • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 790 (164 without shields)
      • Bowmen: 1021
      • Cavalry: 95
      • Torchmen (they burn up tents and stuff after the main invasion but do also have daggers if someone attacks them): 125
      • Flingmasche (prim. catapult): 165
      • Naval Watchmen: 139
    • Navy:
      • 105 transport ships (can hold around 10-15 men)
      • 52 large transport ships (can hold around 20 men) (some large transport ships become galleys)
      • 28 galleys
      • 39 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have around 755 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Havmark: You have one chance to give us Raustadt and our rightful land.
      • Danska: Time to take care of Havmark, the Sami took your colony and that's bad, but we have to take out our main rival before they get stronger.
      • Latins: The Havmarkese have been assimilating your people into their realm, they want to absorb all of you. If you help us in a potential war, we will let you take some of their land and we will give you some of the land by Elbe that we own.
      • Sambia: We come in peace.
    • Events:
      • The Second Vesnianization: It ends.
      • Olaf: He and his wife Ann finally have a son and daughter (twins) so tensions over the Fleischer bloodline dying out stop.
      • Discovery of Sambia: We discover the new kingdom of Sambia, immediately we look to get a good relation with them as we have enough trouble with Havmark.

Vedena

  • Government: Tribe confederacy. 
    • Parliament: Tribe council.
      • Nobility: 845
      • Wise: 112
      • Merchants: 109
      • Religious elite: 98
      • Educated and technical experts: 54
  • Economy: Based on agriculture, logging, and trade. The evolution of vedenian script has been finished. Wooden tables and parchment are the most used. 
  • Capital: Lutsk
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 361,600 (84% are Volynians, 4% are Slavokans, 3% are Bonra, 9% are the rest) people; 86,4% live in rural areas.
      • Major settlements:
      • Lutsk: ~9800
      • Pripyat'~7400
      • Volodymyr: ~6300
      • Shatsk: ~5600
      • Kyiv: ~4800
      • Kovel: ~4500
      • Rivne: ~3900
      • Dnipro: ~3600
      • Dubno: ~3400
      • Rural areas: ~312,300
    • Religion: 95% are Volynian pagans, 2% are Slavoka pagans, 1% are Bonra pagans, 2% is the rest.
  • Wars and Conflicts: -
  • Military: Because of a very bad situation of our economy, we aren't capable maintaining a big army.
    • Archers: 3500
    • Shortswordsmen: 1500
    • Cavalry: 1000
  • Navy: 
    • Trade ships: 5400-6700
    • Transport: 250
  • Diplomacy: We became even more diplomatically and trade isolated, our trade size has fallen slightly.
  • Events: 
    • Disastrous disease: Some very disastrous disease affected our country and many people, especially in cities, has died.
    • Expansion of the tribe council: Because of a very bad situation in Vedena, nobility, the most influential group of people, have taken control in their hands. Now, the majority of tribe council (~80%) are nobility. They think that national elite can help this country from falling. Merchant's influence is not as big as it was before.
    • Mediterranean culture:  Our country was almost isolated in terms of culture, but last time ancient culture and lifestyle have become very popular, especially in cultured people. Some people wish to transform Vedena into a modern country like Greece or Rome.
  • Features of Vedena:
    • Dark age of Vedena: after big raids of Bonra hordes, our lands are devastated and our economy has recessed. Currently, it is stagnating. Many great minds think that it is the start of the great fall of old empire.

Queendom of Nordicium 

  • Government: Monarchy (tribal)
  • Queen: Ástríðr IV Schnee
  • Economy: Stable increase, consists mainly of forestry and fishing
  • Population: 172,100 (86% Nordicite Germanic, 7% Akershusi Germanic, 6% West Dizilyans, 1% Sami)
  • Religion: Norse (100%) 
  • Major Settlements:
    • Stavanger: 8,000 
    • Leikanger (special city): 8,000 
    • Bergen (capital): 18,500
    • Ålesund: 6,000
    • Molde: 6,000
    • Oslo: 7,000
    • Trondheim: 6,000
    • Leirvik: 4,500
    • Tórshavn: 2,100
    • Rural areas: ~107,000 
  • Military: 3800 active personnel, 2700 reserves.
    • 3000 shielded spearmen 
    • 400 dagger users
    • 400 archers (using bows)
  • Navy 
    • 216 trading ships (trade routes to Danska, Vesnia and Caledoni)
    • 60 wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 10-15 men)
    • 20 larger wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 15-25 men)
    • 72 triremes.
    • 30 galleys.
    • 780 sailors
  • Diplomacy:
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Cadelonian-Mardian War: After Hull was retaken, we decided to adopt a scorched earth policy for the Nordicite soldiers still attached to Cadelonian forces.
  • Events
    • Siege of Hull: Most of our soldiers made it out or managed to regroup with Cadelonians up north using secret passages were left and massacred. We hold a mourning day for them in the kingdom.
    • Expansion: We expand towards more of the Jotunheimen mountain range and assimilate the Dizilyans. (to the land swath between the Leikanger splinter and the southern coast)
    • Mardian Naval Blockade: Facing fierce resistance, we call for the Caledonians for assist whlile retreating our fleet to Leirvik.

Malacca

  • Government: Monarchy
    • Ruler: King Janteng Ren
  • Economy: Trade with Siamese, Javanese, Majapahitese and Dayak peeps.
  • Capital: Malacca
  • Other Settlements: Muar, Alor Setar, Klang, Johor Bahru, Kuala Lumpur
  • Military:
    • 2750 Royal Guardsmen
    • 3600 conscripted/voluntary guardsmen
    • 3300 conscripted/voluntary pipers
    • 3100 conscripted/voluntary archers
    • 40 junks
  • Training: Royal Guardsmen are trained in the martial art of silat from young, and can fight barehanded. Conscripts and volunteers are also trained in the art, but are not expected to use it as much as Royal Guardsmen.
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 13,544,728
    • Religion: Buddhism (98%) Non-religious/Animist (2%)
  • Wars and Conflicts: No conflict so far.
  • Events:
    • Thalassocratic Reform: King Janteng Ren begins plans to develop the Malaccan Navy into one that could rival that of the Chinese states. There is no plan to use them for aggressive purposes yet though.
  • Diplomacy:
    • None currently.
  • Malay Hegemony: The nation begins meetings with both Java and Dayak, hoping to instill a sense of Malay hegemony under a potential Malay Empire involving "wherever Malays are". 

Kingdom of Agatha

  • Government: Absolute Monarchy
    • Ruler (King, President, etc.): King Adhamh (278BC - Present)
  • Economy: Trading with other Irish Tribes as well as Drekisson in the south of the Irish island.
  • Capital: Armagh
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 100% Gaelic.
    • Religion: 100% Gaelic Pagan
  • Wars and Conflicts:
  • Expansion: We expand our territory south in the Irish island. (As shown in the map, dark green colour represents the territory we claim)
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  • Military: 550 soldiers/archers/etc. | 200 Royal Guards.
  • Diplomacy:
    • Drekisson: We hope to improve relations despite the drasitic reforms-changes we have done to our nation.
  • Events: 
  • Declaration of Kingdom: The Agathan Tribe had decided that it would be best to take an example out of other kingdoms and empires in the east, north and south, and doing that, they had declared themselves a kingdom and picked out one person to lead the nation from now on - King Adhamh. Doing so, years later, the king had begun to expand south into the Albion tribes.

Queendom of Nordicium

  • Government: Monarchy (tribal)
  • Queen: Ástríðr IV Schnee
  • Economy: Stable increase, consists mainly of forestry and fishing
  • Population: 172,100 (86% Nordicite Germanic, 7% Akershusi Germanic, 6% West Dizilyans, 1% Sami)
  • Religion: Norse (100%) 
  • Major Settlements:
    • Stavanger: 8,000 
    • Leikanger (special city): 8,000 
    • Bergen (capital): 18,500
    • Ålesund: 6,000
    • Molde: 6,000
    • Oslo: 7,000
    • Trondheim: 6,000
    • Leirvik: 4,500
    • Tórshavn: 2,100
    • Rural areas: ~107,000 
  • Military: 3800 active personnel, 2700 reserves.
    • 3000 shielded spearmen 
    • 400 dagger users
    • 400 archers (using bows)
  • Navy 
    • 216 trading ships (trade routes to Danska, Vesnia and Caledoni)
    • 60 wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 10-15 men)
    • 20 larger wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 15-25 men)
    • 72 triremes.
    • 30 galleys.
    • 780 sailors
  • Diplomacy:
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Cadelonian-Mardian War: After Hull was retaken, we decided to adopt a scorched earth policy for the Nordicite soldiers still attached to Cadelonian forces.
  • Events
    • Siege of Hull: Most of our soldiers made it out or managed to regroup with Cadelonians up north using secret passages were left and massacred. We hold a mourning day for them in the kingdom.
    • Expansion: We expand towards more of the Jotunheimen mountain range and assimilate the Dizilyans. (to the land swath between the Leikanger splinter and the southern coast)
    • Mardian Naval Blockade: Facing fierce resistance, we call for the Caledonians for assist whlile retreating our fleet to Leirvik.
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Kingdom of Natick in 251 BC

Kingdom of Natick

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
    • Kings:  (267BC-263BC), Naupanoit (since 263 BC)
      • Until 267 BC: Wamsasoit I Wampanoagan
      • 267-263 BC: Wamsasoit II Wampanoagan
      • Since 263 BC: Naupanoit I The Valiant
  • Economy: Mainly farming and hunting. Nausets are also fishing in Cape Cod Bay.
  • Capital: Wampanoag
  • Demographics:
    • Population (before 250 BC): 27% Nauset, 24% Wampanoag, 21% Massachusett, 14% Mattabesic, 14% Nipmuck. Total population - 10100 inhabitants.
    • Religion: 100% Paganism
    • Settlements: The two only towns are Wampanoag and Pocasset. Wampanoag is lived by 1400 inhabitants and Pocasset is lived by 900 inhabitants. Other inhabitants live in rural areas (villages).
  • Wars and Conflicts: War with the small tribes in the southwest.
  • Diplomacy:
    • none for now
  • Event 1: Tribes located to the southwest from our lands are looking aggresive. We strenghtened our military troops to 300 spearmen, 500 slingers, 400 archers and 200 swordsmen until 266 BC. Western tribes angered due to new Natickan king which looks unacceptable to them due to it's plans to assimilate western tribes. They created a confederation of Nipmuck tribes and declared war with Natick. They were stronger during the first years and even killed Wamsasoit II Wampanoagan, the King of Natick. However, the new King, Naupanoit I Wampanoagan, started massive recruitment of rural men and largened the army twice (600 spearmen, 1000 slingers, 800 archers and 400 swordsmen) and started counter attack. They won many battles and conquered the tribe territory. Their largest villages were sacked and about 60% native people died. Smaller tribes were assimilated but Mattabesic and Nipmuck tribes survived the assimilation and joined Kingdom of Natick. The war ended in 252 BC and King Naupanoit I was called The Valiant for his brave during the war.
  • Event 2: We just encountered Monahtanuk and Amaiqac.
  • Military in 251 BC: 360 spearmen, 580 slingers, 600 archers, 120 swordsmen. No navy because it is unnecessary for now.

Tribal Confederacy of Westria

  • Leader: Lady Adal von Pölen 290-265 (died in 266 52 years old), Chief Karl Schred 265-264 (died in 256), Vienna Council 264-present
  • Government: The Confedercy is ruled by an interregnum but it’s formally a tribe where you elect a chief. The interregnum council have been lead by lady Adal between 290 and 265. A chief was put in power for a short while between 265-264.
  • Demographics:
    • Population:
    • Vienna: Population: 27,490
    • Pölen: Population: 12,138
    • Konr: Population: 6,570
    • Rich: Population: 8,173
    • Rural population: 62,650
    • Total population: 117,021
    • Religion: Pagan (100%)
    • Ethinicities: 69% Westrian, 29% Gelatins, 2% Escosians.
  • Economy: We are based on agriculture.
  • Army: Total of
    • Spearmen: 1,500
    • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 265
    • Bowmen: 370
    • Cavalry: 120
  • Events:
    • Adal and Karl: Adal ruled the country with an iron fist since her coup in the year 290. 265 she decided to make her son chief he was called Karl but she was still the one with the real power until she died 264, 52 years old. Her son was risky and got removed from power shortly after her death. The vienna council come to power.
    • Expansion: The vienna council started to colonize and assimilating the Bvarian/West Austrian area.

Thanedom of Caledoni

  • Government: Tribal Thanedom(A chiefdom where all the chiefs answer to a Thane, which is a hereditary title of the chief of the strongest tribe, in this case the Kavanagh tribe)
    • Chief: Aldrith I
  • Economy: 99,8% Internal, 0,2% Foreign: Based around fishing, hunting and trading
  • Capital: Inbhir Nis
  • Demographics:
    • Population:
    • Kaledon: 4 740
    • Obar Dheathain: 3 780
    • Jarvik: 2 590
    • Inbhir Nis: 1 920
    • Rural areas: 89 252
    • Ethnicities: 99% Albion(Picts), 1% Other
    • Religion: 99% Caledonian Druidism, 1% Other Druidism
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • The Great Albion War: With the fall of Kaledon, again, we try to hold the advancing Mardians, recruiting more and more young men. Their assault is stoppedon the Forth river, but we fear that they may try to advance further to take us out of the war
  • Military: We use ambushes and hit & run tactics to weaken the enemy. After raids the raiders will run to the forests, sometimes luring the rest of the enemy camp into an ambush. Soldiers are always coated in some kind of camouflage, for ex. dirt, moss, leaves etc. The Sgaoileadh(practically Gaelic Ninjas, never actually existed irl) special unit is created for extremely silent takedowns. It’s comprised of the best hunters and trackers who will use their skills be silent and quick with their attacks, unlike the more usual loud and quick tactic with the normal troops.
    • Volunteered soldiers(Misc. weaponry): 2 970
    • Shortswordsmen: 3 910
    • Axemen: 2 660
    • Slingers:  590
    • Sgaoileadh: 560
    • Druids: 12
    • Ships: 51
  • Diplomacy:
    • Northern Albion Tribes(Picts): We expand our influence in the highlands and ask them to join us
  • Events:
    • Thanedom: Caledoni becomes a Thanedom, chief Aldrith asserts himself as the Thane, chief of chiefs in Inbhir Nis.
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Turn XXVIII: 250-225 BCE:

Events & Great People:

  • Ashoka: The Mayruan emperor led many great victories against the Dravidians, and managed to make a deal with Uputhara where they'd become a vassal of Mayrua. He is widely considered to be the first true ruler of all of India
  • Assasination of Alexander IV: Alexander the IV is assassinated by an unknown faction or individual, which leads to a massive power struggle in the Aegean empire, with his son Andronikos trying to hold the empire together, but he wasnt a fit ruler, he is also then assassinated by Aegean council members, who make Aegea a total democracy. During the assassinations three nations broke off with revolutions: Ptolemy, Sparta and Canaan

NPC Turns:

  • Sparta & Canaan: They break off from Aegea
  • Ptolemy: They break off from Aegea and invade Cyrene, collapsing it's armies and vassalizing it
  • Gerrha: They become a Seleucid vassal
  • Agousta: They retake Lisbonica
  • Galaica: They grab northwest Carcaros while Carcaros is fighting Atlasioi and Valencia
  • Carcaros: They begin a second invasion of Valencia, but are met with fierce resistance by Atlasioi troops, who are able to reconquer the city of Valencia
  • Mayrua: they annex most of the Dravidian tribes and invade eastern Seleucid
  • Gojoseon: They expand eastward, bordering Gralicia
  • Karmet: they invade southwestern Sealand
  • Sollener: they invade southern Mard and eastern Sealand
  • Harkos: they succeed in retaking Krakenrok and Kapin
  • Sealand: they try to defend themselves from the western invaders and conquer the Harkos capital
  • Tireanmead: An Albion revolt incurs in eastern Sealand under the lead of Beiorn the Insurgent
  • Miskito: They develop in South America
  • Innu: They develop in North America
  • Ojibwa: they develop near the great lakes
  • Nenets: Their culture reappears after the Yugrain collapse. All signs of the Yugrain civilization are gone, they are forgotten in history
  • Aegea: Andronikos leads several defensive battles against the Seleucids and Gerios tribes. He makes a push on the black sea coast annexing several Gerios tribes

Vedena

  • Government: Tribe confederacy. 
    • Parliament: Tribe council.
      • Nobility: 1002
      • Wise: 158
      • Religious elite: 129
      • Merchants: 48
      • Educated and technical experts: 42
  • Economy: Based on agriculture andlogging. Wooden tables and parchment are the most used. Because of recent fall of trade, new methods to heal the economy are tried.
  • Capital: Lutsk
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 308,200 (84% are Volynians, 4% are Slavokans, 3% are Bonra, 9% are the rest) people; 87,49 live in rural areas.
      • Major settlements:
      • Lutsk: ~7600
      • Volodymyr: ~5900
      • Shatsk: ~5300
      • Kovel: ~4200
      • Rivne: ~3600
      • Kyiv: ~3200
      • Dnipro: ~3100
      • Dubno: ~2800
      • Pripyat'~2400
      • Rural areas: ~271,100
    • Religion: 95% are Volynian pagans, 2% are Slavoka pagans, 1% are Bonra pagans, 2% is the rest.
  • Wars and Conflicts: -
  • Military: Because of a very bad situation of our economy, we aren't capable maintaining a big army.
    • Archers: 2000
    • Shortswordsmen: 1500
    • Cavalry: 1000
  • Navy: 
    • Trade ships: 1800-2200
    • Transport: 250
  • Diplomacy: We became even more diplomatically and trade isolated, our trade size has fallen slightly.
  • Events: 
    • Disastrous disease: Disasterous disease is almost ended, but lots of people still die.
    • Changes in the tribe council: After the recent fall of trade, merchants aren't that influentive as they were before. Vedena is slowly turning into an oligarchic state.
    • Mediterranean culture:  Our country was almost isolated in terms of culture, but last time ancient culture and lifestyle have become very popular, especially in cultured people. Some people wish to transform Vedena into a modern country like Greece or Rome.
    • Revolts: Lots of people around the country aren't satisfied with the current situation. They want changes and some revolts occurred. They were suppressed, but people still dislike current government.
  • Features of Vedena:
    • Dark age of Vedena: after big raids of Bonra hordes, our lands are devastated and our economy has recessed. Currently, it is falling hard. Many great minds think that it is the start of the great fall of an old empire.

Gralicia

  • Government: Monarchy (tribal)
  • King : Gralician I
  • Economy : Based on fishing.
  • Population: 92,000 (All are Gralician.)
  • Religion:  (All are Tengri)
  • Major Settlements:
    • Graliciatok: 9,995
  • Military: 2100 personnel
  • Navy : 250 trade ships and 40 warships.
  • Diplomacy: 
  • Wars and Conflicts:
  • Events

Vesnia

  • Government: Despotic Monarchy
    • King: Olaf I Fleicher (B 302 BCE - still alive) (R 280 BCE - Present)
    • Economy: Based around agriculture, fishing and trading. The first Vesnian script is developed, based on nearby tribes' scripts. Trade with cultures like Latins, Proto-Balts, Ugrians (and countries of Nordicium and Danska) is helping the economy. Currently it's under some pressure, as the nation is at war.
    • Capital: Burgenbrao
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Burgenbrao: 49,014
      • Fleischermark: 17,202
      • Raustadt: ~5200ish? (under Havmarks occupation)
      • Eustra: 3555
      • Heineg: 2670
      • Rural areas (AKA everything else): ~104,225
      • Ethnicities: 95% Vesnians, 2.25% Proto-Balts, 2% Danskians, 0.75% Havmarkese
      • Religion: 99% Vesnian Paganism, 0.74% Proto-Baltic Religions, 0.26% Other
    • Wars and Conflicts (italics: Potential War):
      • War of Havmark/Havmark War/Reclamation of Raustadt: Olaf views the non response from Havmark as an insult. We officially declare war on Havmark in 241 BCE. A battle strategy called Distennskrieg (Distance War) is used in which shielded infantry try to absorb as many arrow shots and potential rushing enemies as possible with their shields while bowmen in the back take out their bowmen and Flingmasche units take out any infantry trying to enclose us. Then after that is done, the units separate, making way for cavalry to rush in, followed by the
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        rest of the army, taking out any units that are still alive. Galleys are also sent to harass units and settlements on their coast and to protect trade ships.
      • Fortification of Bjerholm: Bjerholm (Bornholm) and Heineg are strategically important locations and are thus fortified a lot with several units guarding them.
      • Guarding of Burgenbrao and Fleischermark: Our two most important cities are guarded by several troops to ensure that if enemies pass through the battlefront they cannot simply walk right into the cities and take them for themselves.
    • Military: Total of
      • Spearmen: 1250 (297 without shields)
      • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 800 (160 without shields)
      • Bowmen: 1030
      • Cavalry: 132
      • Torchmen (they burn up tents and stuff after the main invasion but do also have daggers if someone attacks them): 125
      • Flingmasche (prim. catapult): 170
      • Naval Watchmen: 139
    • Navy:
      • 108 transport ships (can hold around 10-15 men)
      • 54 large transport ships (can hold around 20 men) (some large transport ships become galleys)
      • 34 galleys
      • 40 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have around 780 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Danska: We wish for you to enter the war.
      • Latins: The Havmarkese have been assimilating your people into their realm, they want to absorb all of you. If you help us in this war, we will let you take some of their land and we will give you some of the land by Elbe that we own.
      • Sambia: We want to make sure that our relation is good.
    • Events:
      • Letter to Danska: Olaf I Fleischer, along with some advisors, write a letter and send it to the King of Danska, requesting them to join the Havmark War.
      • Outposts and Camps: Outposts and psuedo-military camps are placed by Eustra and the new border with Sambia, to be ready in case they decide to invade or something similarly.
      • Port of Dresdania: An important dock is built by a village named Dresdania (Danzig/Gdánsk).
      • Killing of Havmarkese: Suspicious Havmarkese people in our country are killed under the king's orders due to being afraid that they'll start an internal conflict. The other Havmarkese are viewed with suspicion, but not killed or incarcerated.

Kingdom of Natick

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
    • Kings (Wampanoagan Dynasty):
      • 263-234 BC: Naupanoit I The Valiant
      • Since 234 BC: Nipnognit I Wampanoagan
  • Economy: Mainly farming and hunting. Nausets are also fishing in Cape Cod Bay.
  • Capital: Wampanoag
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 25,5% Nauset, 24,5% Wampanoag, 20,5% Massachusett, 15% Mattabesic, 14,5% Nipmuck. Total population - 11 000 inhabitants.
    • Religion: 100% Paganism
    • Settlements: The two only towns are Wampanoag and Pocasset. Wampanoag is lived by 1580 inhabitants and Pocasset is lived by 1000 inhabitants. Other inhabitants live in rural areas (villages).
  • Wars and Conflicts: None for now.
  • Diplomacy:
    • Monahtanuk and Amaiqac: Hello, our peaceful neighbour! Shall we start our great relationship? If yes, we will let you to live in peace.
  • Event: No important events happened during this turn.
  • Military: We improved our troops a little and our army consists of 400 spearmen, 600 slingers, 700 archers and 200 swordsmen plus 100 guards in our borders with Monahtanuk and Amaiqac. No navy because it is unnecessary for now.

Tribal Confederacy of Westria

  • Leader: Vienna Council 264-present
  • Government: The Confedercy is ruled by an interregnum but it’s formally a tribe where you elect a chief.
  • Demographics:
    • Population:
    • Vienna: Population: 29,490
    • Pölen: Population: 13,138
    • Konr: Population: 6,970
    • Rich: Population: 8,873
    • Rural population: 88,950
    • Total population: 147,421
    • Religion: Pagan (100%)
    • Ethinicities: 71% Westrian, 27% Gelatins, 2% Escosians.
  • Economy: We are based on agriculture.
  • Army: Total of
    • Spearmen: 1,800
    • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 365
    • Bowmen: 380
    • Cavalry: 180
  • Events:
    • Expansion: The vienna council started contine colonize and assimilating the Bvarian area.

Roman Republic

  • Government
    • Consuls:
      • (41) Gaius Atilius Regulus Serranus (250 BC - 242 BC)
      • (42) Lucius Manlius Vulso Longus (242 BC - 236 BC)
      • (43) Lucius Aemilius Papus (236 BC - 230 BC)
      • (44) Spurius Carvilius Maximus Ruga (230 BC - 226 BC)
      • (45) Gaius Atilius Regulus (226 BC to present)
  • Military: There is approxamitely 12 legions, each contains 5000 to 6000 legionaries each further divided into cohorts with 500 to 600 men each. There are about 6 auxiliary legions as well (3,000 each) also containing equipment like archers and artillery.
    • 65,000 Legionaries
    • 18,000 Auxiliaries
  • Economy: Gold and silver coins are minted around the Republic, with a new coin minted for every new Consul.
  • Demographics
    • Population: 2,700,000
      • Rome: 250,000
      • Neapolis: 150,000
      • Tarentum: 150,000
      • Brundisium: 75,000
      • Syracuse: 25,000
      • Arretium: 50,000
      • Other cities: 500,000
      • Rural areas: 1,500,000
    • Ethnicity: 80% Roman, 4% Torrea, 2% Marrocan, 14% other
    • Religion: 80% Cult of Romulus, 20% Other
    • Literacy rate: 22%
  • Events
    • The Punic War: Romans and the Atlas were rivals for trade and influence in the Mediterranean. A conflict sparked when the Roman navy had a run-in with Atlasi Trade ships. Thinking that the merchant trade ships attacked first, the Roman Republic declared war on Atlas on 241 and fought for more than 20 years. Rome navally invaded coastal Africa (or Algeria) in an attempt to wrestle control over the region. By 230 BC, Rome had successfully blocked Atlas from the sea after thousands of deaths and controlled a portion of Africa.
  • Diplomacy

Turn XXIX: 225-200 BCE:

Events & Great People:

  • Diogenes Laertius: The Aegean historian writes down most of Aegean and Alexandrian philosophy
  • Chrysippus: He defines Stoicism
  • Cleisthenes of Pergamon: He creates the first public school for ages 16-21 in philosophy, mathematics and history in the city of Pergamon

NPC Turns:

  • Latins(To Vesnia): only a handful of tribes decide to ally themselves with the Vesnians and oppose Havmark
  • Latins(To Havmark): We see Vesnia trying to threaten you and us, several northern tribes decide to ally themselves with Havmark as they're practically a Latin state by now
  • Diziliyans: They expand on the Bothnian coast
  • Sami: They assimilate small tribes in the Scandinavian peninsula into their culture
  • Havmark: They call their allied tribes to war. In the beginning they encounter massive losses, but they begin to mimic the Vesnian tactics and create their own version of the Flingmasche, they aslo use cavalry to counter the enemy cavalry. The infantry avoid rushing after few battles with the effective use of shields by the enemy. The Havmarkese are unable to stop the Vesnian advance in the south, but Raustadt holds.
  • Latins: With the call to war by Havmark, the Havmarkese tribes annihilate the tribes they see as traitors who supportm Vesnia. Their horde begins a massacre towards Fleischermark and Eustra, burning everything in their path, raping and pillaging. The Vesnians are unable to hold the Latin horde, and lose their southern lands, with Eustra and Fleischermark entering siege.
  • Sambia: They don't answer the Vesnian call of friendship as they fear that other latin tribes would invade them, so they deny outside contact of other civilizations and keep to themselves and their Latin tribal brethren
  • Dacians, Esceocians, Latins: They start looking east towards the collapsing state of Vedena
  • Maya: They annex the rest of the Mayan tribes, and invade Zapotec, but end up in a stalemate. "Peace" is agreed upon but both nations raid each other from time to time
  • Mard: They push northward, taking swathes of Caledoni land, but are stopped in Obar Dheathain, where they run out of manpower and their supplylines are cut. After a decade they make a new push, driving the Picts north, and establishing a front in Tay. They're able to repel all major assaults across the river, suffering minor casualities along the thinner part of Tay. A military coup takes place in Kaledon, where the Northern general of the Mard troops declares independence, because he felt the war was futile and a waste of men with over 10 000 dead in the lowlands and highlands thanks to the conflict. He was forced to do this because the Mard regime wanted Inbhir Nis by greed, not caring a dime for the men who died there for them and against them
  • Polynesians: The Polynesians in Australia assimilate into the Aboriginals
  • Sealand: Celtic pirates raid Harvenborr, Faloth and Rampayr with the Sealand armies fighting the Tireanmead uprising, Karmet and Harkos
  • Proto-Balts: Many of the northern Proto-Balt languages become extremely similar to Ugrian languages due to dense trading and cultural pressure

Kingdom of Natick

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
    • Kings (Wampanoagan Dynasty):
      • 234-222 BC: Nipnognit I
      • 222-202 BC: Wamsasoit III
      • Since 202 BC: Naupanoit II
  • Economy: Mainly farming and hunting. Nausets are also fishing in Cape Cod Bay.
  • Capital: Wampanoag
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 25% Nauset, 24% Wampanoag, 20% Massachusett, 15% Mattabesic, 16% Nipmuck. Total population - 13 000 inhabitants.
    • Religion: 100% Paganism
    • Settlements: The two only towns are Wampanoag and Pocasset. Wampanoag is lived by 1700 inhabitants and Pocasset is lived by 1100 inhabitants. Other inhabitants live in rural areas (villages).
  • Wars and Conflicts: None for now.
  • Diplomacy:
    • No important diplomatic events happened.
  • Event: Nothing important happened during this turn.
  • Military: We are gonna improve our army a little more for available western tribe aggressions.
    • Spearmen: 550
    • Slingers: 700
    • Archers: 750
    • Swordsmen: 400
    • Border guards: 150

Vesnia

  • Government: Despotic Monarchy
    • King: Olaf I Fleicher (B 302 BCE - 220 BCE (R 280 BCE - 230 BCE), Olaf II Fleischer (B 267 BCE, still alive) (R 230 BCE - Present)
    • Economy: Based around agriculture, fishing and trading. The first Vesnian script is developed, based on nearby tribes' scripts. Trade with cultures like Latins, Proto-Balts, Ugrians (and countries of Nordicium and Danska) is helping the economy. Currently it's under some pressure, as the nation is at war.
    • Capital: Burgenbrao
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Burgenbrao: 49,301
      • Fleischermark: 17,266
      • Raustadt: ~5200ish? (under Havmarks occupation)
      • Eustra: 4014
      • Heineg: 2678
      • Rural areas (AKA everything else): ~105,050
      • Ethnicities: 95% Vesnians, 2.25% Proto-Balts, 2.10% Danskians, 0.65% Havmarkese
      • Religion: 99% Vesnian Paganism, 0.74% Proto-Baltic Religions, 0.26% Other
    • Wars and Conflicts (italics: Potential War):
      • War of Havmark/Havmark War/Reclamation of Raustadt:
        • Land Front: Olaf II has noticed the mimicking of our tactics, so new tactics are created. The tactic now used involves hit and run tactics to from Bowmen to avoid their flingmasche attacks so that they waste their ammunition, while other bowmen take out any cavalry from a distance. Other Bowmen and Flingmasche units are to attack their Flingmasche units so that they are consistently attacked to make it harder for them to attack. Shielded infantry with other infantry are to move in for other infantry units. Some Flingmasche are still used to take out groups of units trying to go around our army. When a battle is won, infantry, cavalry and torchmen are to destroy any equipment there (such as their Flingmasches) if needed to prevent them to be used by potential re-inforcements. If not, they are to be taken for our use if they are still functioning and worth taking. Troops are ordered to switch to Distennskrieg tactics if the Havmarkese start using this tactic as well, to throw them off. Armies are sent along with the people who have been taught to Fleischermark and Eustra to hold off the Latins, using guerilla warfare and defending with ranged attacks, holding the Latin hordes off from our walls. The armies then advance, taking advantage over their interest in invading Vedena.
        • Naval Front: Galleys are still harassing the coast, most importantly any of thei ports. While those are harassed, some smaller armies are to navally invade by those ports, crippling their trade and opening a new front where there aren't as many troops. Elbe's "bay" is invaded with galleys, to get naval supremacy in this region of the Baltic Sea and the German coast. Some transport ships are sent down rivers and large enough streams, supporting our land units that are attacked by the Latins by firing arrows at the hordes.
      • Fortification of Bjerholm: Bjerholm (Bornholm) and Heineg are strategically important locations and are thus still fortified a lot with several units guarding them.
      • Guarding of Burgenbrao and Fleischermark: Our two most important cities are still guarded by several troops to ensure that if enemies pass through the battlefront they cannot simply walk right into the cities and take them for themselves.
      • Preparation: The people are taught to fight and be ready, both people in the cities and villages.
    • Military: Total of
      • Spearmen: 1288 (268 without shields)
      • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 812 (150 without shields)
      • Bowmen: 1095
      • Cavalry: 155
      • Torchmen (they burn up tents and stuff after the main invasion but do also have daggers if someone attacks them): 130
      • Flingmasche (prim. catapult): 205
      • Naval Watchmen: 145
    • Navy:
      • 112 transport ships (can hold around 10-15 men)
      • 60 large transport ships (can hold around 20 men) (some large transport ships become galleys)
      • 50 galleys
      • 42 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have around 783 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Danska: I know you don't want to join the war, but we could use some help right now, a northern attack from you would surprise Havmark, we can try to hold the Latins off while you advance along with our naval invading units.
      • Sambia: Don't worry, we aren't trying to get you into war, we simply want to make sure that we don't end up in a war against each other.
      • Latins: Disgusting, pillaging, no good pieces of crap! We'll kill all of you!
    • Events:
      • New King: Olaf I Fleischer did pass away, but he resigned some years before his death and Olaf II took to the throne. Olaf I was very old and couldn't command very well and that is why this occurred.
      • Flingmasche Upgrade: The Flingmasche is upgraded to be able to move faster and to carry some more weight.
      • Killing of Havmarkese: Suspicious Havmarkese people in our country are killed under the king's orders due to being afraid that they'll start an internal conflict. The other Havmarkese are viewed with suspicion, but not killed or incarcerated.
      • Hate of Havmark: The people have grown an incredible hate for the Havmarkese.

Tribal Confederacy of Westria

  • Leader: Vienna Council 264-220, Oleg I von Schmidt 220-present
      • Government: The Confedercy is ruled by an interregnum but it’s formally a tribe where you elect a chief. Since 220 Oleg has been the ruler of the country.
      • Demographics:
        • Population:
        • Vienna: Population: 30,490
        • Pölen: Population: 13,638
        • Konr: Population: 7,070
        • Rich: Population: 8,893
        • Rural population: 89,550
        • Total population: 149,641
        • Religion: Pagan (100%)
        • Ethinicities: 72% Westrian, 26% Gelatins, 2% Escosians.
      • Economy: We are based on agriculture.
      • Army: Total of
        • Spearmen: 2,100
        • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 445
        • Bowmen: 390
        • Cavalry: 195
      • Events:
        • Expansion: The vienna council contine colonize and assimilating the Bvarian area.
        • Oleg: Oleg formally became the new high chief after a referendum in the Vienna Council 220.
        • Isolationism: To try to prevent any threat to the country Oleg puts in a isolationism policy.

Danska

  • Government: Despotic Monarchy
    • King: Nicolai II Nørgaard
  • Economy: Mainly agriculture, hunting, fishing and trade.
  • Capital: Esbjerg
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 135,726 (100% Nordicite Germanic)
      • Religion: Norse (100%)
    • Major Settlements:
      • Esbjerg (capital): 16,754
      • København-Malmø: 11,636
      • Arusse: 5,532
      • Sorsaavn (Colony): 5,146
      • Odense: 4,262
      • Randara: 2,513
      • Hæligaa (Colony): 1,514
      • Rural Areas: 92,634
  • Military:
    • Spearmen: 2917
    • Swordsman: 2472
    • Slingmen: 0 (all slingmen become bowmen)
    • Bowmen: 3126
    • Firestarters: 2414
    • Cavalry: 85
  • Navy:
    • 382 small transport ships (can hold 8-12 people)
    • 296 normal ships (can hold around 10-15 people)
    • 192 large transport ships (can hold 20-25 people)
    • 141 warships (attack during a war) (can hold 30-45 people)
    • 67 colonization ships (can hold 50-65 people)
  • Wars and Conflicts (italic = future war):
    • Raudstadt Reclamation War
  • Events:
    • Relation Improvement: We improve our relations with the Dizilyan tribes.
    • Entering the War: We enter the war completely and mainly focus on defense against the Latin tribes.
    • Creation of Hæligaa: We form the city of Hæligaa and completely colonize the island of Helgoland.
    • Raudstadt Reclamation War: We blockade weakspots on the Havmarkese coastline and attack the Latin tribes that allied with Havmark.
    • New King: The old king dies, so his son, Nicolai II Nørgaard takes his place and rises to the throne.
    • Leading System Abandoned: The old system (if the leader has no descendants, the highest noble's family will be the royal family) is abandoned  by Nicolai II Nørgaard, due to the Nørgaard family's long reign. Instead, if the king has no children, the king's brother's children are next in line. If he has no children, it goes up another generation and so on. Since everyone in the entirety of Danska is somehow related to the king, there will always be a leader. Since only a few people abdicate, it is very unlikely that there will be no leader.
    • Defense: We force the troops out of Eustra and Fleischermark, pushing them back near the border.
  • Diplomacy:
    • Havmark: It is time we intervene. We want our old lands back, since you technically stole them from us. You can no longer travel through our lands. I suggest you surrender, since you're being attacked on both sides.

Agousta

  • Government: Absolute Monarchy
    • King: Carlos I la Agousta (B 251 BC D still alive BC) (R 249 BC - present BC)
    • Economy: the economy is based on agriculture, trades and fishing. A lot of the money goes to the army since we need weapons and stuff for the war(s). .  
    • Capital: Algecia
    • Demographics:
      • Population: total of 172,825
      • Algecia: 48,412
      • Sufax: 16,312
      • Ceuti: 5,981
      • Rural areas: ~102,120
      • Ethnicities: 100% Agoustan.
      • Religion: 100% Iberian Paganism 
    • Wars and Conflicts:
      • First Land Front: We send 521 Spearmen (with shields) 314 Bowmen, 50 torchmen, 20 Cavalry and 162 Shortsword and Hatchetmen to re-claim the city of Lisbonica. If they make it they will continue to fight the Galacian troops till they reach the north coast.
      • Second Land Front: We send 521 Spearmen (with shields), 350 Bowmen, 40 Cavalry, 200 Shortsword and hatchetmen and 40 Torchmen to push the front with Carcaros and Valencia (if they don't accept). 
      • Naval Front: We send 300 Spearmen (with shields) 300 Bowmen, 50 Torchmen and 400 Shortswordsmen and hatchet men on 50 Large ships traveling to Carcalonar to fight them on 2 fronts.
      • Defense: The remaining 379 troops will defend the coast of our country.
    • Military: Total of 3647
      • Spearmen: 1520 (100 without shields)
      • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 800 (30 without shields)
      • Bowmen: 1040
      • Cavalry: 145
      • Torchmen (they burn up tents and stuff after the main invasion but do also have daggers if someone attacks them): 142
    • Navy:
      • 110 transport ships (can hold around 11-15 men)
      • 55 large transport ships (can hold around 21 men) (some large transport ships become galleys)
      • 34 galleys
      • 40 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have around 780 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Valencia: We ask Valencia if we can team up against Carcaros for a while. we will both gain land of course.
    • Events:
      • Capital: We make Algecia our Capital.

Queendom of Nordicium / Drønienrikket av Nørdweika

  • Government: Monarchy (tribal)
  • Queen: Ástríðr V Schnee
  • Economy: Stable increase, consists mainly of forestry and fishing
  • Population: 200,500 (86% Nordicite Germanic, 6% Akershusi Germanic, 7% West Dizilyans, 1% Sami)
  • Religion: Norse (100%) 
  • Major Settlements:
    • Stavanger: 8,000 
    • Leikanger (special city): 8,000 
    • Bergen (capital): 20,000
    • Ålesund: 7,000
    • Molde: 7,000
    • Oslo: 8,500
    • Trondheim: 6,000
    • Leirvik: 4,500
    • Valkyrjashavn: 2,500
    • Rural areas: ~130,000 
  • Military: 4200 active personnel, 2700 reserves.
    • 3000 shielded spearmen 
    • 700 dagger users
    • 500 archers (using bows)
  • Navy 
    • 285 trading ships (trade routes to Danska, Vesnia and Caledoni)
    • 65 wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 10-15 men)
    • 20 larger wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 15-25 men)
    • 85 triremes.
    • 35 galleys.
    • 900 sailors
  • Diplomacy:
    • Sollener: We would like to ask for an alliance to fight Mard together.
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Cadelonian-Mardian War: Our only wing of soldiers left with the Caledonians continue to help them with their conquest, and we dropped the scorched earth mindset. We resume the blockade and lay another siege on Hull using transport boats (escorted with triremes and galleys) to carry our soldiers, and surround it. A smaller detachment was sent to areas around it to cut off supplies from and to Hull using guerilla warfare.
  • Events
    • Expansion: We expand towards more of the Jotunheimen mountain range and assimilate the Dizilyans. (to the land swath between the Leikanger splinter and the southern coast) 
    • Mardian Naval Blockade: We resume the blockade to help our siege of Hull and to cut off enemy naval supplies.

Roman Republic

  • Government
    • Consuls:
      • (45) Gaius Atilius Regulus (226 BC to 216 BC)
      • (46) Aculus Rumilis Carbo (216 BC to 210 BC)
      • (47) Lucius Regulus Frensias (210 BC to 204 BC)
      • (48) Romulus Eoguides Resine (204 BC to 203 BC)
      • (49) Gaius Creliores Beto (203 BC to present)
  • Military: There is approximately 13 legions, each contains 5000 to 6000 legionaries each further divided into cohorts with 500 to 600 men each. There are about 6 auxiliary legions as well (3,000 each) also containing equipment like archers and artillery. The number of legions fluctuated but steadily grew overall during the Punic War
    • 70,000 Legionaries
    • 21,000 Auxiliaries
  • Economy: Gold and silver coins are minted around the Republic, with a new coin minted for every new Consul.
  • Demographics.
    • Population: 2,700,000
      • Rome: 250,000
      • Neapolis: 150,000
      • Tarentum: 150,000
      • Brundisium: 75,000
      • Syracuse: 25,000
      • Arretium: 50,000
      • Other cities: 500,000
      • Rural areas: 1,500,000
    • Ethnicity: Remaining latins in the region are exceptionally rare over the past centuries and were held in high regard within the tribal population, sometimes ruling as the regional nobility class. Latin language in the region itself is extinct but names and ethnicity still lives on in pockets. Explanation for nobility is that Latins were employed in elite units that were held in high regard and retired veterans commonly built a nobility status. They were absorbed into the Roman identity, but they make up a lot of the ruling class since their overthrow of the monarchy
      • 80% Roman, 4% Torrea, 2% Marrocan, 14% other
    • Religion: 80% Cult of Romulus, 20% Other
    • Literacy rate: 22%
  • Events
    • The Punic War: For decades, the Romans with armies of nearly 10 legions and several auxiliaries began to pour into the countryside of modern Algeria North Africa after a lengthy blockade. They attempt to cause a bit of disruption while trying to make their way towards the capital. But it's unlikely they'll succeed in getting close to it.
  • Diplomacy:
    • Atlas: Rome asks for Atlas' surrender

Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt

KDM Egypt
  • Government
    • King: Assuming they go the same way it goes with our timeline.
      • Ptolemy III Euergetes (246 BC-221 BC)
      • Ptolemy IV Philopator (221-203 BC)
      • Ptolemy V Epiphanes (203 BC-present)
  • Military: Most of the elite army are Hellenic, but due to a severe shortage of manpower in the region (since the Ptolemaic dynasty is essentially Greek itself) and sheer distance from Greece to Egypt, the dynasty resorts to establish military colonies to encourage immigrants (or settlers as they are more commonly known) to settle there and increase manpower. However there were attempts to integrate the native population into military through slowed assimilation, although the majority refuse to become officially Hellenic and this largely failed as well due to attempts to bring order, thus manpower remains on severe shortage.
    • 10,000 phalanxes
    • 5,000 other soldiers
  • Economy: The Nile is used for trading locally, while outside domestic affairs, the Mediterranean Sea is used instead. Coins are also minted in Egypt.
  • Demographics
    • Population: 3,500,000
      • Alexandria (Capital): 150,000
      • Memphis: 200,000
      • Heliopolis: 80,000
      • Abydos: 50,000
      • Thebes: 240,000
      • Gaza: 60,000
      • Jerusalem: 100,000
      • Tyre: 70,000
      • Byblos: 80,000
      • Other cities: 600,000
    • Ethnicity:
      • 85% Egyptian, 1% Jewish, 2% Hellenic, 12% other
    • Religion:
      • 90% Egyptian paganism, 2% Hellenism, 1% Judaism, 7% other
    • Literacy rate: 17%
  • Events
    • Integration of Cyrene: Moves to integrate the vassal state of Cyrene are underway while the whole kingdom is currently being stabilised through means of force against an ethnic group that is mainly Egyptian in order to maintain Hellenic/Aegean influence (I'd rather call it Hellenic) across Egypt, which is changing the lower class over the course of years.

Vedena

  • Government: Tribe confederacy. 
    • Parliament: Tribe council.
      • Nobility: 1198
      • Wise: 167
      • Religious elite: 131
      • Merchants: 47
      • Educated and technical experts: 40
  • Economy: Based on agriculture and logging. Wooden tables and parchment are the most used. Currently, Vedena is lack of reforms and changes.
  • Capital: Lutsk
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 324,700 (84% are Volynians, 4% are Slavokans, 3% are Bonra, 9% are the rest) people; 89,2 live in rural areas.
      • Major settlements:
      • Lutsk: ~7700
      • Volodymyr: ~6100
      • Shatsk: ~5200
      • Kovel: ~4400
      • Rivne: ~3500
      • Kyiv: ~3100
      • Dnipro: ~2600
      • Dubno: ~2500
      • Rural areas: ~289,600
    • Religion: 95% are Volynian pagans, 2% are Slavoka pagans, 1% are Bonra pagans, 2% is the rest.
  • Wars and Conflicts: -
  • Military: Because of a very bad situation of our economy, we aren't capable maintaining a big army.
    • Archers: 2000
    • Shortswordsmen: 1500
    • Cavalry: 1000
  • Navy: 
    • Trade ships: 1200-1500
    • Transport: 200
  • Diplomacy: We became even more diplomatically and trade isolated, our trade size has fallen slightly.
  • Events: 
    • Mediterranean culture:  Our country was almost isolated in terms of culture, but last time ancient culture and lifestyle have become very popular, especially in cultured people. Some people wish to transform Vedena into a modern country like Greece or Rome.
    • Revolts: Lots of people around the country aren't satisfied with the current situation. They want changes and some revolts occurred. They were suppressed, but people still dislike current government.
  • Features of Vedena:
    • Dark age of Vedena: after big raids of Bonra hordes, our lands are devastated and our economy has recessed. Currently, it is falling hard. Many great minds think that it is the start of the great fall of an old empire.

Turn XXX: 200-175 BCE

Events & Great People:

  • Plautus: The first great comedy playwright makes his career in Rome
  • Erastosthenes: He is the first person to calculate the circumference of earth, and it was almost accurate, his work is dismissed but documented in Alexandria
  • Drakon (of Tessalonika): Inspired by the feuds between kings and princes writes the first great dramas in Athens, sometimes taking hints of Erastosthenes’ comedy into his acts

NPC Turns:

  • Latins: Even with the new tactics adapted by the Vesnians the sheer numbers of the Latins overwhelm the Vesnians. They pillage Eustra and Fleischermark, and move towards Burgenbrao, halting roughly 100 km east and south of the city, making outposts and defensive structures there. The Western Latins see the ripe lands of western Havmark and invade, assimilating their Latin brethren who’d joined Havmark.
  • Sambia: They agree to become friends with Vesnia, but after the collapse of Eustra they end all relations
  • Mard: They’re able to quell the military revolt in the north by assassinating the mutinous general. The new general leads an assault taking Obar Dheathain, and continuing a wee bit further north. In central Mard, the Nordicite invasion of Hull became a brutal naval battle, which the Mard lost, but the remaining fleet was incapable of sieging Hull, and were forced to retreat(edited)
  • Picts: they become their own culture group, and take over the Mardian assault, flooding them with massive numbers, with no more men to send to the slaughter, the Mardian northern front collapses and the Pict advance is stopped halfway to Hull
  • Faroe: Resentment towards the three motherlands in the south and east is growing and an idea of a unified Faroe led by the Faroese, and not by the far away motherlands
  • Seleucids: They conquer westward, annexing Aegean lands as far as Hattusa. They also attack Arashena, destroying their main army and asserting a vassal king. Their eastern front is failing but they’re able to stop the Mayruans in Hecatompylus
  • Mayruans: they advance into Seleucid lands but are stopped in Hecatompylus
  • Havmark: The kingdom collapses, their lands being taken by the Latins(taking the majority of the land, grabbing the west and the south), Danska taking a tiny bit from the northwest and Vesnia taking most of the east
  • Meroe: They invade African Suraban, taking it entirely
  • Ainu: They assimilate the few tribes in Kamchatka
  • Kioku: Several smaller tribes in Honshu swear fealty to the emperor of Kioku
  • Atlas (since creator is gone for so long and need a response): The population (and soldiers) slowly starved due to the Roman blockade and siege of the countryside for decades. Unable to hold off Roman incursions, Atlas lost their coastlines to Rome.
  • Valencia: They decline the offer to fight Carcaros as they’re trying to mend relations

Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt (Αιγυπτος)

  • Government
    • King:
      • Ptolemy V Epiphanes (203 BC-180 BC)
      • Ptolemy VI Philometor (180 BC-present) (joint with his mother as of 175 BC)
  • Military: Most of the elite army are Hellenic, but due to a severe shortage of manpower in the region of Greeks and sheer distance from Greece to Egypt, the dynasty resorts to establish military colonies to encourage immigrants to settle and increase manpower of the elite. However there were attempts to integrate the native population into military through slowed assimilation, although the majority refuse to become officially Hellenic and this largely failed as well due to attempts to bring order, thus manpower remains on severe shortage.
    • 11,000 phalanxes
    • 5,000 other soldiers
  • Economy: The Nile is used for trading locally, while outside domestic affairs, the Mediterranean Sea is used instead. Coins are also minted in Egypt.
  • Demographics
    • Population: 4,000,000
      • Alexandria (Capital): 180,000
      • Memphis: 210,000
      • Heliopolis: 80,000
      • Abydos: 50,000
      • Thebes: 300,000
      • Gaza: 60,000
      • Jerusalem: 100,000
      • Tyre: 75,000
      • Byblos: 89,000
      • Ptolemais in Cyrene (formerly Yhwh/Yahweh): 40,000
      • Cyrene: 50,000
      • Valeria (formerly Valyros): 90,000
      • Other cities: 720,000
    • Ethnicity:
      • 84% Egyptian, 2% Jewish, 2% Hellenic, 12% other
    • Religion:
      • 89% Egyptian paganism, 2% Hellenism, 2% Judaism, 7% other
    • Literacy rate: 17%
  • Events
    • Annexation of Cyrene (196 BC): Cyrene (as a vassal) is annexed into Egypt on 196 BC. The Jewish population is also integrated as well, which now comprises 80,000 out of four million in the latest census record.
    • Nubian Slave Uprising (178 BC): As a result of unsatisfactory requirements for most slaves and Egyptians in general, a slave uprising occurred in the southern part of Egypt. Led by a former slave turned warrior named Kawashu, he had amassed 8,000 slaves to freedom and plundering multiple southern villages of Egypt leading to Ptolemy VI (who was six) and his mother Cleopatra I Syra jointly agreed to send in 6,000 phalanxes to get them back working again. This weakened Egypt slightly but serves as a warning for any slave to rebel.
    • Threat of Seleucids (170s BC): With what's left of General Seleucus' empire expanding rapidly in early 3rd century BC, many Egyptian generals (mainly Hellenic) have asked the King and Cleopatra I Syra to conscript at least 30,000 native Egyptians to fight against the Seleucid threat. They approved such conscription but this is only effective if a war between the Seleucids and Egypt actually happens, insisting that training with the elite army are more important against a Seleucid army than conscripting local men who are likely to be disobedient.

Kingdom of Natick

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
    • Kings (Wampanoagan Dynasty):
      • 202-170 BC: Naupanoit II
  • Economy: Mainly farming and hunting. Nausets are also fishing in Cape Cod Bay.
  • Capital: Wampanoag
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 24% Nauset, 23% Wampanoag, 21% Massachusett, 16% Mattabesic, 16% Nipmuck. Total population - 16 000 inhabitants.
    • Religion: 100% Paganism
    • Settlements: The two only towns are Wampanoag and Pocasset. Wampanoag is lived by 1750 inhabitants and Pocasset is lived by 1111 inhabitants. Other inhabitants live in rural areas (villages).
  • Wars and Conflicts: None for now.
  • Diplomacy:
    • Monahtanuk: We are the great neighbour friends! We shall live in peace. Anyway, I offer you trade alliance.
  • Event: At the end of 176 BC the Great Hunting has started! Animals in Natickan forests are getting angered by the people for killing them to get some food and furs. At the same time some wolves from Amaiqac lands killed over 10 border guards, so we have to recruit 10 more mercenaries to defend our northern borders. King Naupanoit II started to use the half amount of archers in defending borders due to sudden wolves attacks.
  • Military: We are gonna prepare for any possible war/conflict with western tribes.
    • Spearmen: 600
    • Slingers: 700
    • Archers: 800
    • Swordsmen: 400
    • Border guards: 150

Vesnia

  • Government: Despotic Monarchy
    • King: Olaf II Fleischer (B 267 BCE D 186 BCE) (R 230 BCE - 186 BCE), Olaf III Fleischer (B 202 BCE, still alive) (R 186 BCE - Present)
    • Economy: Based around agriculture, fishing and trading. The first Vesnian script is developed, based on nearby tribes' scripts. Trade with cultures like Latins, Proto-Balts, Ugrians (and countries of Nordicium and Danska) is helping the economy. Currently it's under pressure, due to war and being overwhelmed by latin hordes.
    • Capital: Burgenbrao
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Burgenbrao: 49,505
      • Fleischermark: ~15,500 (pillaged and occupied)
      • Raustadt: 4876
      • Eustra: ~3000 (pillaged and occupied)
      • Heineg: 2710
      • Rural areas (AKA everything else): ~106,045
      • Ethnicities: 95% Vesnians, 2.25% Proto-Balts, 2.75% Danskians
      • Religion: 99% Vesnian Paganism, 0.74% Proto-Baltic Religions, 0.26% Other
    • Wars and Conflicts (italics: Potential War):
      • Latin Horde War (Continuation of Havmark War):
        • Land Front: As Havmark has been finished, almost all units are ordered to go to the front with the Latins as we are in dire times, any that are left are to guard Raustadt, kill off any attempt from Havmarkese to revolt and report in case of Latin hordes incoming. All units attacking are actually morely supposed to defend, using Distennskrieg to attack, taking advantage of the Latins' inferior technology due to being a culture group and not a nation. We try to overpower them with numbers as well, as emergency conscription is commenced due to the fall of Eustra and Fleischermark. Bowmen are used to take out dangerous units such as rushing cavalry if they have any and their own archers. Flingmasche units are used to destroy their defensive structures and take out their large grouped up hordes attacking us. Once the attackers have been thwarted, a swift counterattack is ordered.
        • Occupied Cities and Villages: The Vesnian people who have been raped and pillaged rise up and fight with their every will to keep the Latins busy with settlements, helping once actual armies rush in to liberate them.
        • Naval Front: Galleys are used in the river-tactics again and any navally invading units are relocated to Vesnia to get ready to fight the Latin savages.
      • Fortification of Bjerholm: Bjerholm (Bornholm) and Heineg are strategically important locations and are thus still fortified a lot with several units guarding them.
      • Guarding of Burgenbrao and Raustadt: Fleischermark has fallen, not good. Raustadt is guarded a lot so that it doesn't fall next. Same occurs with Burgenbrao, as it is our capital and most important city.
      • Preparation: The people continue to be taught to fight and be ready, both people in the cities and villages.
      • Emergency Conscription: After the fall of Eustra and Fleischermark, this is enacted to try and get as many units as possible to fight off the enemy.
    • Military (Emergency Conscription): Total of
      • Spearmen: 1633 (314 without shields)
      • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 966 (204 without shields)
      • Bowmen: 1391
      • Cavalry: 233
      • Torchmen (they burn up tents and stuff after the main invasion but do also have daggers if someone attacks them): 135
      • Flingmasche (prim. catapult): 277
      • Naval Watchmen: 170
    • Navy:
      • 122 transport ships (can hold around 10-15 men)
      • 70 large transport ships (can hold around 20 men) (some large transport ships become galleys)
      • 55 galleys
      • 45 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have 805 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Danska: We have to team up to stop the Latin hordes!
      • Latins: You can have southern lands (not Fleischermark or Eustra though) if we make peace, we even gave you the chance to have them given to you if you helped us against Havmark instead of helping them.
    • Events:
      • Support by Boat: The Latins may be strong, but they are weak navally. Using our naval superiority, Vesnia and Danska use ships to ship off war supplies to each other, supporting each other.
      • Production: Almost all production is focused on war equipment, even unemployed people jon in to help the war effort.
      • Killing of Havmarkese: After Havmark was defeated, all Havmarkese people left in our nation were executed.

Agousta

  • Government: Absolute Monarchy
    • King: Carlos I la Agousta (B 271 BC D 221 BC) (R 249 BC - 221 BC) Carlos II la Agousta (B 239 BC D 179 BC) (R 221 BC - 182 BC) Antonio I la Agousta (B 201 BC D Still alive BC) (R 182 BC - Present BC)
    • Economy: the economy is based on agriculture, trades and fishing. A lot of the money goes to the army since we need weapons and stuff for the war(s).   
    • Capital: Algecia
    • Demographics:
      • Population: total of 195,705
      • Algecia: 49,412
      • Sufax: 18,312
      • Ceuti: 7,981
      • Rural areas: ~120,000
      • Ethnicities: 100% Agoustan.
      • Religion: 100% Iberian Paganism 
    • Wars and Conflicts:
      • Galacian Land Front: (Assuming i have Lisbonica) We will push the Galacian army towards victory (hopefully) we send the same amount of troops, minus the ones that died... 501 Spearmen (with shields) 304 Bowmen, 55 torchmen, 28 Cavalry and 156 Shortsword and Hatchetmen, this time it will only focus on the Galacia front. <- (if they don't accept the diplomatic suggestion)
      • Carcaros Land Front: Same as First Land front, 511 Spearmen, 330 Bowmen, 49 Cavalry, 193 Shortsword and hatchetmen and 41 Torchmen to push the front with Carcaros. 
      • Carcaros Naval Front: We send 334 Spearmen (with shields) 321 Bowmen, 55 Torchmen and 452 Shortswordsmen and hatchet men on 57 Large ships traveling to Donos to fight them on 2 fronts.
      • Coastal Defense: The remaining 285 troops will defend the coast of our country.
      • Bebers Defense Line: We put 286 troops on the border with Berbers because they might attack any moment.
    • Military: Total of 3839
      • Spearmen: 1612 (90 without shields)
      • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 840
      • Bowmen: 1070
      • Cavalry: 165
      • Torchmen (they burn up tents and stuff after the main invasion but do also have daggers if someone attacks them): 152
    • Navy:
      • 123 transport ships (can hold around 11-15 men)
      • 59 large transport ships (can hold around 21 men) (some large transport ships become galleys)
      • 38 galleys
      • 44 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have around 800 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Valencia: We ask for a non agression pact. (it will last for 50 years)
      • Galacia: We ask them to surrender, (we promise we wont do their citzens any harm)
    • Events:
      • Trade: We ask Valencia if they wanna have trade affairs with us.
      • Army changes: The army will from now on be 6% of Agousta's population. (11,742 currently) (if too much i can lower it) it will not count this round.

Roman Republic

    • Government:
      • Consuls:
        • (49) Gaius Creliores Beto (203 BC to 196 BC)
        • (50) Cato Felix Maxim(196 BC to 188 BC)
        • (51) Lucius Salernus Acadius (188 to 178 BC)
        • (52) Rufio Gallus (178 BC to present)
      • Policies: Seeing as Rome basically controls all relevant land of Atlas, the declared annexation of Atlas and the Punic War coming to an end after many decades of warfare. Following the annexation of Atlas, Atlasii became the majority of the Empire. It is dangerous but assimilation is well underway so long as Atlas populous were treated well, according to the Romans.
    • Military: There is approximately 15 legions, each contains 5000 to 6000 legionaries each further divided into cohorts with 500 to 600 men each. There are about 10 auxiliary legions as well (3,000 each) also containing equipment like archers and artillery. The number of legions remained the same after the Punic War.
      • 80,000 Legionaries
      • 30,000 Auxiliaries
    • Economy: Gold and silver coins are minted around the Republic, with a new coin minted for every new Consul.
    • Demographics (I probably have to modify some cities since I don't have syracuse anymore)
      • Population: 8,000,000
        • Rome (Capital): 350,000
        • Neapolis: 250,000
        • Caralis: 200,000
        • Atvasium: 100,000
        • Other cities: 3,000,000
        • Rural areas: 4,100,000
      • Ethnicity: Remaining latins in the region are exceptionally rare over the past centuries and were held in high regard within the tribal population, sometimes ruling as the regional nobility class. Latin language in the region itself is extinct but names and ethnicity still lives on in pockets. Explanation for nobility is that Latins were employed in elite units that were held in high regard and retired veterans commonly built a nobility status. They were absorbed into the Roman identity, but they make up a lot of the ruling class since their overthrow of the monarchy. 
        • 42% Roman, 50% Atlasii, 8% other.
      • Religion: 80% Cult of Romulus, 20% Other
      • Literacy rate: 20%
    • Events
      • Annexation of Baleria (187 BC): Hearing rumors of war on the resource rich Iberan peninsula, the Romans sent an expedition to the west in 190 BC. Rufio Gallus (the leader of the expedition of the time) became the first official Roman to set foot on the Balerian Isles. Unbeknownst to him, the island was populated at the time. After an encounter with the Balerian locals, who did not take too kindly to Romans, they decided to leave to set sail further westward. When the Romans left the island, they were attacked by pirates off the coast of Baleria. Rufio Gallus, who was one of the 12 survivors, managed to land off the North African coast in 188 BC after roughly 2 years of exploration and survival. Rufio Gallus (now as part of a survivor group of 6) told their stories that they were attacked by Balerians (Balerian Pirates, not technically local Balerians but Gallus doesn't know that.) off the coast. Angered by this, the Romans sent 3 legions to the island, and demanded the populace to submit. Realizing that rumors of more land were further west. the Romans realized that they needed the islands and decided to try to annex it. Rufio Gallus retired to politics in 186 BC, becoming consul 8 years later.
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      • Incursion onto Carcaros (177 BC): Expeditions to Iberian peninsula went on for another decade. Upon election of Rufio Gallus as Consul, the Romans began to understand the peninsula. However, their encounter with Carcaros was supposedly not friendly. As they, in the past, had invaded Valencia (a kingdom that was considered friendly to the Romans from time to time). Carcaros, according to reports, were a bunch of tribes with swathes of unclaimed "no man's land" in between each. Seeking glory of his own, Gallus sent volunteers of colonists, assisted by 6 legions, to Carcaros. Hoping to settle Romans there and exploit resources.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Baleria: We shall annex you, Baleria. We need you.
      • Carcaros: I suppose we should join in on the action against you.

Danska

  • Government: Despotic Monarchy
    • King: Nicolai II Nørgaard
  • Economy: Mainly agriculture, hunting, fishing and trade.
  • Capital: Esbjerg
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 168,278 (100% Nordicite Germanic)
      • Religion: Norse (100%)
    • Major Settlements:
      • Esbjerg (capital): 18,837
      • København-Malmø: 12,725
      • Arusse: 6,106
      • Sorsaavn (Colony): 5,917
      • Odense: 4,836
      • Randara: 3,016
      • Hæligaa (Colony): 2,194
      • Rural Areas: 114, 687
  • Military:
    • Spearmen: 2,396
    • Swordsman: 3,196
    • Slingmen: 0 (all slingmen become bowmen)
    • Bowmen: 3,926
    • Firestarters: 2,816
    • Cavalry: 94
  • Navy:
    • 437 small transport ships (can hold 8-12 people)
    • 341 normal ships (can hold around 10-15 people)
    • 235 large transport ships (can hold 20-25 people)
    • 170 warships (attack during a war) (can hold 30-45 people)
    • 93 colonization ships (can hold 50-65 people)
  • Wars and Conflicts (italic = surrendered / no longer exists):
    • Vesno-Latin War
      • Offensive: Vesnia, Danska
      • Defensive: Havmark, Latins
  • Events:
    • Relation Improvement: We improve our relations with the Dizilyan tribes.
    • Defense: We reclaim our original lands and force the Latins out of Vesnia once again.
  • Diplomacy:
    • Latins: Your ally no longer exists. If you stop invading us, we can sign the treaty and go back to our old borders that we had before Havmark invaded all of us.

Tribal Confederacy of Westria

    • Leader: Oleg I von Schmidt 220-197, Oleg II von Schmidt 197-present
      • Government: The Confedercy is ruled by a Chief. Between 220-197 his son succeded him 197 and from then he has been the ruler.
      • Demographics:
        • Population:
        • Vienna: Population: 31,500
        • Pölen: Population: 13,668
        • Konr: Population: 7,670
        • Rich: Population: 8,993
        • Rural population: 90,750
        • Total population: 152,381
        • Religion: Pagan (100%)
        • Ethinicities: 73% Westrian, 25% Gelatins, 2% Escosians.
      • Economy: We are based on agriculture.
      • Army: Total of
        • Spearmen: 2,200
        • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 445
        • Bowmen: 390
        • Cavalry: 195
      • Events:
        • Expansion: Oleg II assimilation and expansion policies for now.
        • Oleg II: Oleg II is since 197 the chief of Westria after his father's death. He continues to maintain the isolation policy.

Tsardom of Vedena

  • Government: Tsardom. Current Tsar: Boleslaw I
  • Economy: Based on agriculture and logging. Wooden tables and parchment are the most used. New reforms were set up and now the economy is started growing like it did before.
  • Capital: Lutsk
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 356,500 (84% are Volynians, 4% are Slavokans, 3% are Bonra, 9% are the rest) people; 89,26 live in rural areas.
      • Major settlements:
      • Lutsk: ~8200
      • Volodymyr: ~6600
      • Shatsk: ~5900
      • Kovel: ~4600
      • Rivne: ~3800
      • Kyiv: ~3500
      • Dnipro: ~2900
      • Dubno: ~2700
      • Rural areas: ~318,300
    • Religion: 95% are Volynian pagans, 2% are Slavoka pagans, 1% are Bonra pagans, 2% is the rest.
  • Wars and Conflicts: -
  • Military: Because of a very bad situation of our economy, we aren't capable maintaining a big army.
    • Archers: 2000
    • Shortswordsmen: 1500
    • Cavalry: 1000
  • Navy: 
    • Trade ships: 1200-1500
    • Transport: 200
  • Diplomacy: Because of coup, Vedena has turned back to the world stage.
  • Events: 
    • Mediterranean culture:  Our country was almost isolated in terms of culture, but last time ancient culture and lifestyle have become very popular, especially in cultured people. Some people wish to transform Vedena into a modern country like Greece or Rome.
    • A coup: A coup was launched by a very influentive merchant Boleslaw Zolotyi and tribe council was disbanned. He wishes to turn back old glory of a big empire and launched a few reforms.
  • Features of Vedena:
    • Dark age of Vedena: after big raids of Bonra hordes, our lands are devastated and our economy has recessed. Currently, it is stagnating. Many great minds think that it is the start of the great fall of an old empire. On the other hand, it is ending because of Boleslaw I.
KdmTurn175-150B

Turn XXXI: 175-150 BCE

Events & Great People:

  • Cato: The Roman author writes the first proses in Latin, defining the Latin language as the literary language in Rome
  • Hero: He invents many automated items in Alexandria, Aegypt. Such as the first vending machine, steam engine, automated doors(using fire), wind-powered organ, the first fully automated play. He also wrote many books such as Automata, Pneumatica, Mechanica and more. He also creates the Heron's Formula of how to calculate the surface-area of a triangle.(edited)
  • Paper: Paper is invented in the Yang dynasty
  • Great Winter: As multiple cold spells hit northern lands, affecting every nation and people above the Rhine. Successive winters make it hard for farming to thrive, and as a result, uncountable lives were lost. The effects are worse for nations in the Scandinavian region, as colds become more severe, temperatures inland reached freezing levels and the Gulf Stream is only sufficient to keep the coastal areas by the Norwegian Sea warm. Is this the end?

NPC Turns:

  • Latins: The push attempted by Vesnia and Danska fails miserably, their invading armies are annihilated in an encirclement. Western tribes push north into Danska, capturing Ebsbjerg and threatening Odense, Arusse and Randara. The Latins fail to break the Vesnian defence of their mainland cities, but another wave of invading Latins are preparing
  • Sami, Dizilyans, Samoyeds: The population of these culture groups suffer, with thousands dying thanks to the great winter, many move southward, not threatening neighbouring tribes, but joining them forming larger tribes
  • Ugrians: Their population suffers, but many move southward, some migrating to Proto-Baltic lands, further influencing northern PB tribes, whose languages became very Ugrianized
  • Atlas: The Roman invasion fails, with their invading fleet being swept away by a storm. The survivors who still attempted to make a landing and invasion were killed on the shores of Aetefyre
  • Carcaros: They attempt to hold their front against the Romans, but with the invasions in the west by Agousta begin quickly withering their army and morale. The fall of Carcalonar is a devastating blow, but 2 000 soldiers still fled the city and attempt to held the eastern front
  • Galatia: They nearly collapse under the first Agoustan invasion, only a handful of soldiers are left protecting some border cities on the coast
  • Marya: The empire collapses into two, as the three princes gain their own kingdoms, the youngest gaining the south, Satavahana, the middle son gaining the west, Bactria, and the eldest gaining the Mayruan homeland, Goriwala.
  • Mala: They're able to conquer the Vrijji, but Betmant tribes overrun their eastern lands
  • Khmers: They become a dominant culture in south-east asia
  • Malays: They diverge from the Polynesian culture in the West Pacific
  • Aegea: They successfully invade the Seleucids, conquering Nineveh, Assur and Morpha, but are beaten in Akkad by the Seleucid mercenary armies. A peace treaty is signed
  • Seleucids: They lose some western lands and Caspian coast
  • Valencia: They invade Carcaros, sieging their capital and capturing it. They also revolt from being a vassal of Atlas, and offer an alliance to Rome, who proved itself to be a great empire(also the help given to the Romans a few centuries back reminded them of friendly times) They also accept the non-aggression pact from Agousta
  • Arashena: They lose their northern lands to invading Bonra hordes
  • Esceocians, Dacians, Proto-Balts & Latins: They begin raiding the border towns and farms of Vedena, further weakening the crumbling once great state
  • Chumash, Algonquin, Abenaki: They develop in north america
  • Van Lang: As the state of war continues, they take up swathes of land from Siam. Around this time, Thục Phán becomes the new king in place of the Hùng kings, taking the name of An Dương Vương. The nation also changes name to Au Lac under An Duong Vuong's reign
  • Samoyeds: They develop east of the Urals
  • Monahtanuk: They accept a trade alliance and engage in some tribal wars with their western neighbours, losing and gaining only a few miles here and there

Vesnia (DED)

  • Government: Despotic Monarchy
    • King: Olaf III Fleischer (B 202 BCE - 158 BCE) (R 186 BCE - 158 BCE)
    • Economy: Based around agriculture, fishing and trading. It's completely ruined.
    • Capital: Burgenbrao
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Burgenbrao: 49,505
      • Fleischermark: ? destroyed)
      • Raustadt: 4876
      • Eustra: ? (destroyed)
      • Heineg: 2710
      • Rural areas (AKA everything else): ~106,045
      • Ethnicities: 95% Vesnians, 2.25% Proto-Balts, 2.75% Danskians
      • Religion: 99% Vesnian Paganism, 0.74% Proto-Baltic Religions, 0.26% Other
    • Wars and Conflicts (italics: Potential War):
      • Latin Horde War (Continuation of Havmark War):
    • 'Military': Total of
      • Spearmen: ~1000
      • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: ~600
      • Bowmen: ~1000
      • Cavalry: ~100
      • Torchmen (they burn up tents and stuff after the main invasion but do also have daggers if someone attacks them): ~75
      • Flingmasche (prim. catapult): 125
      • Naval Watchmen: 100
    • Navy:
      • 122 transport ships (can hold around 10-15 men)
      • 70 large transport ships (can hold around 20 men) (some large transport ships become galleys)
      • ~30 galleys
      • 45 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have 805 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Danska: The war is lost...
      • Latins: Damn you all to hell...
    • Events:
      • The Vesnian Collapse: The Latins have destroyed the glory of the Kingdom of Vesnia despite its best efforts. While Olaf III Fleischer attempts to reassure the civilians that we can win, they are unsure. Olaf III has the rest of the Fleischer family sent to Northern Danska and has them then sail to Nordicium with a letter asking for them to be allowed to be in exile there. Olaf III told one of his advisors in secret that the war was lost and was found the next day dead from suicide by hanging. The Vesnian state completely collapses, leaving the Vesnian culture group behind.

Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt

  • Government
    • Kings:
      • Ptolemy VI Philometor (180 BC-present)
  • Military: Most of the elite army are Hellenic, but due to a severe shortage of manpower in the region of Greeks and sheer distance from Greece to Egypt, the dynasty resorts to establish military colonies to encourage immigrants to settle and increase manpower of the elite. However there were attempts to integrate the native population into military through slowed assimilation, although the majority refuse to become officially Hellenic and this largely failed as well due to attempts to bring order, thus manpower remains on severe shortage.
    • 15,000 phalanxes
    • 8,000 other soldiers
    • 30,000 conscripts
  • Economy: The Nile is used for trading locally, while outside domestic affairs, the Mediterranean Sea is used instead. Coins are also minted in Egypt.
  • Demographics: Still keeping this up.
    • Population: 4,300,000
      • Alexandria (Capital): 240,000
      • Memphis: 290,000
      • Heliopolis: 100,000
      • Abydos: 60,000
      • Thebes: 350,000
      • Gaza: 40,000
      • Jerusalem: 85,000
      • Tyre: 60,000
      • Damascus: 70,000
      • Maratas (RAZED): Zero.
      • Byblos: 80,000
      • Ptolemais in Cyrene (formerly Yhwh/Yahweh): 35,000
      • Cyrene (formerly Siarcuan): 50,000
      • Valeria (formerly Valyros): 60,000
      • Other cities: 800,000
    • Ethnicity:
      • 84% Egyptian, 2% Jewish, 3% Hellenic, 12% other
    • Religion:
      • 88% Egyptian paganism, 3% Hellenism, 2% Judaism, 7% other
    • Literacy rate: 17%
  • Events
    • Invasion of Judea (aka Canaan Kingdom): Egypt invades Canaan in 174 BC in a swift manner and out of nowhere by a growing king who is extremely hedonistic. This is the first time conscription was enforced onto native Egyptians. All of Canaan capitulates by the end of 150 BC and is annexed into Egypt and shows that they still exert a lot of influence over a majority of the Hellenistic world. Maratas is razed to the ground sometime in late 150 BC (that means the city MUST be erased from the map), with all of the population being expelled out and moved into other places. (This is my first rant since the Daevites)
    • Jewish Rebellion: In retaliation, in the city of Ptolemais in Cyrene, Jews decide to rebel as Egypt's corruption began to substantially increase after post-regency of Ptolemy VI on 153 BC over plans to raze multiple cities and create a semi-perfectionist image of his own lands. However they are quickly suppressed within two years but things will get worse.

Kingdom of Natick

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
    • Kings (Wampanoagan Dynasty):
      • 202-170 BC: Naupanoit II
      • 170-164 BC: Wamsasoit IV
      • Since 164 BC: Nipnognit II
  • Economy: Mainly farming and hunting. Nausets are also fishing in Cape Cod Bay. Mattabesic town Pocasset is the trade center between Natick and Monahtanuk.
  • Capital: Wampanoag
  • Demographics:
    • Population (before 150 BC): 24,9% Nauset, 24,5% Wampanoag, 20,7% Massachusett, 16,4% Mattabesic, 13,5% Nipmuck. Total population - 15 000 inhabitants.
    • Religion: 100% Paganism
    • Settlements: The two only towns are Wampanoag and Pocasset. Wampanoag is lived by 1700 inhabitants and Pocasset is lived by 1100 inhabitants. Other inhabitants live in rural areas (villages). Pomeiock is the largest village-type settlement with 700 inhabitants.
  • Wars and Conflicts: The Great Hunting (176-165BC)
  • Diplomacy:
    • none for now
  • Event 1: The Great Hunting has started in 176 BC when the wolves killed many Nipmuck people in the north! Nipmuck people started migration to territories around Cape Cod Bay due to aggresive wolves in their lands. Naupanoit II leads the whole army of 400 archers, 500 slingers and 50 border guards (others do not participate in the Hunting because they are in reserve) but the Hunting does not look succesful. In 170 BC Naupanoit II dies and the new king Wamsasoit IV used the reserve troops because they lost over 70% our troops there. Then, they won many battles against angry wolves but in 165 BC, during the last battle, one of wolves hit king's chest and he died after 100 days, in January 164 BC. However, the last wolves surrendered and moved out to the far north. During other 15 years, people from the eastern villages started migration to empty villages in the former Nipmuck territories of north... Until they encountered Amaiqac tribes.
  • Event 2: One of Qapock (one of Mattabesic families) family members planned an assassination of Nipnognit II in 158 BC but it failed because a spearman caught him and arrested him for 10 years.
  • Military: We lost many troops during The Great Hunting, however, we restored many troops. Natick Army before 150 BC:
    • Spearmen: 600
    • Slingers: 500
    • Archers: 600
    • Swordsmen: 400
    • Border guards: 140

Sultanate of Muscat

  • Government: Absolute Monarchy
    • Sultan: Maazin al-Qazi (B 199 BCE, still alive) (R 174 BCE - Present)
    • Economy: Based around fishing and trading mostly.
    • Capital: Muscat
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Muscat: 4051
      • Rural areas (AKA everything else): ~15,000
      • Ethnicities: 98% Omani (if that's a thing, idk a demonym for Muscat), 2% Azd tribes
      • Religion: 100% Folklore and Tribal beliefs
    • Wars and Conflicts (italics: Potential War):
      • War Against Aynarab
    • Military: Total of
      • Spearmen: 233
      • Hatchetmen: 151
      • Bowmen: 449
      • City Guards: 50
    • Navy:
      • 70 transport ships (can hold around 8-12 men)
      • 20 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have 105 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Aynarab: Why don't we join together? We will both benefit from it and our cultures are quite similar.
    • Events:
      • Assimilation of Aynarab: We attempt to assimilate and integrate Aynarab people into our culture and then have them join our realm.
      • Naval Exploration: We explore the sea more, discovering more of the Gerrhan, Seleucid and Mayruan coasts. Some theorize that there may be great lands in the east of the sea.
      • City of Muscat: A village is built upon and grows into a city which is named after our realm, Muscat.

Gojoseon

  • Government: Despotic Monarchy
    • King: Kyon Chin-Hun (B 218 BCE D 184 BCE) (R 200 BCE - 184 BCE), Kyon Chup-Sun  (B 200 BCE, still alive) (R 184 BCE - Present)
    • Economy: based around fishing and trading, it is going ok but could be better.
    • Capital: Songnim
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Songnim: 49,505
      • Daelyeon: 23,112
      • Gimpo: 7,132
      • Pyengtaek: 5,120
      • Sacheon: 3,012
      • Hsyking: 1,105
      • Rural areas (AKA everything else): ~131,321
      • Ethnicities: 98,75% Gojoseonese, 1.25% koreans.
      • Religion: 100% Shamanism.
    • Wars and Conflicts 
    • Conscription: The emperor of Chin-Hun changes the conscription law to 1.5%
    • Military ( Normal 1,5% Conscription): Total of 3300
      • Spearmen: 1000
      • Shortswordmen: 400
      • Cavalry:450
      • Bowmen: 1300
      • Torchmen: 150
    • Navy:
      • 134 transport ships (can hold around 10-15 men)
      • 78 large transport ships (can hold around 20 men) 
      • 60 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have 1005 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Koreans: we ask some of their tribes want to trade.
    • Events:
    • Expansion: We expand to the north
    • Tale of the dragon: tales of dragons are told as they are the ancestors of the ruler. they were made as a propadanda that are to streangthen the opinion of the ruler.
    • Wedding of Kyon Shinzu: the Gojoseon princesses is ready to marry therefore we ask our bordering nations if they are intrested in a aliance and marry her.

Agousta

  • Government: Absolute Monarchy
    • King: Antonio I la Agousta (B 201 BC D 6 BC) (R 182 BC - 164 BC) Fernando I la Agousta (B 189 BC D Still alive BC) (R 164 BC - Present BC)
    • Economy: the economy is based on agriculture, trades and fishing. A lot of the money goes to the army since we need weapons and stuff for the war(s).   
    • Capital: Algecia
    • Demographics:
      • Population: total of 203,317
      • Algecia: 51,412
      • Sufax: 20,312
      • Ceuti: 8,981
      • Rural areas: ~121,000
      • Ethnicities: 98% Agoustan, 2% Galacian.
      • Religion: 99% Iberian Paganism, 1% Galacian Paganism 
    • Wars and Conflicts:
      • Galacian/Carcaros South(<-Galacian) and West(<-carcaros) Land Front: we send 729 Spearmen (with shields) 412 Bowmen, 38 torchmen, 60 Cavalry and 310 Shortsword and Hatchetmen to finnish the Galacian army off. they will push towards Caracos's west border. (if they finnish of the galacian army.
      • Carcaros Southern Land Front:  611 Spearmen, 473 Bowmen, 75 Cavalry, 200 Shortsword and hatchetmen and 39 Torchmen to push the front with Carcaros (while also trying to connect the southern and northern lines) (if they connect they will continue to the east to finnish of the Carcaros army, if they meet up with the Roman army they will try to get friendly ties with Rome. 
      • Carcaros Northern Land Front: We send 474 Spearmen (with shields) 50 cavalry, 417 Bowmen, 37 Torchmen and 482 Shortswordsmen and hatchet men to connect our northern and southern front (if they connect they will continue to the west to finnish the Carcarosnian army there and meet up with the galacian front soldiers if they make it, if not then the northern front will help the galacian front to fight the galacian army from the east).
      • Bebers Defense Line: We put 1423 troops on the border with Berbers because they might attack any moment.
      • Coastal Defense: The remaining 1525 troops will defend the coast and ports of our country.
    • Military: Total of 12,199
      • Spearmen: 3461 (30 without shields)
      • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 3212
      • Bowmen: 3001
      • Cavalry: 1735
      • Torchmen (they burn up tents and stuff after the main invasion but do also have daggers if someone attacks them): 790
    • Navy:
      • 126 transport ships (can hold around 11-15 men)
      • 61 large transport ships (can hold around 21 men) (some large transport ships become galleys)
      • 40 galleys
      • 49 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have around 820 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Gauls: We try to get friendly ties with Gauls.
      • Rome: if met during the war with carcaros we will try to get friendly ties with them as well.
    • Events:.
      • Agoustan Paganism: We teach the Galacian citizens the Agoustan Paganism slowly turning them Agoustanians.
      • New City: We make a new city at the south western coast called Saches.
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      • A search: We send out a few boats with some food and water, and they will go out to sea (to the west of Sufax) hopefully finding som land or some island or something, (if they do they will try to colonize it/them).

Queendom of Nordicium 

  • Government: Monarchy (tribal)
  • Queen: Astrid VI Schnee
  • Economy: Deep plummet due to heavy successive snow disrupting trade. Most gains now come from local lumbering and fishing.
  • Population: 210,700 (86% Nordicite Germanic, 6% Akershusi Germanic, 7% West Dizilyans, 1% Sami)
  • Religion: Norse (100%) 
  • Major Settlements:
    • Stavanger: 9,500 
    • Leikanger (special city): 5,200 
    • Bergen (capital): 25,000
    • Ålesund: 8,000
    • Molde: 8,000
    • Oslo: 10,500
    • Trondheim: 7,000
    • Leirvik: 7,500
    • Valkyrjashavn: 4,500
    • Rural areas: ~127,000 
  • Military: 4000 active personnel, 2700 reserves.
    • 2800 shielded spearmen 
    • 700 dagger users
    • 500 archers (using bows)
  • Navy 
    • 285 trading ships (trade routes to Danska, Vesnia and Caledoni)
    • 65 wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 10-15 men)
    • 20 larger wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 15-25 men)
    • 85 triremes.
    • 35 galleys.
    • 900 sailors
  • Diplomacy:
    • Vesnia: We welcome their royal family in exile with open arms, giving them residence in Bergen.
    • Danska: We accept. We don't promise anything beforehand, though. Weather is unpredictable.
    • Latin tribes: We would like to maintain good relations and co-assist each other to survive the cold.
  • Wars and Conflicts:
  • Disasters:
    • Fimbulvitr: The Great Winter (or Fimbulvitr) struck the nation with successive cold spells, and every state of the north. Predictions show that the cold may get worse, proving difficulty to all northern nations alike. Crops perished, animals are left to dead, and more and more people succumb to frostbite. In Norse mythology, the Fimbulvitr is the preceding event of Ragnarok, leading to parts of the populace fearing that the Nordicite realm might come to an end. Fear and discontent rises, while hope falls. The Nordicite government is expected to provide a solution.
    • Great Famine: A great famine hits the Nordicite populace, the most severely hit settlement being Leikanger due to it being inland, cut off from any internal trade route due to excessive snow.
  • Events
    • The Nation Must Survive: We given up control of more lands in the Jotunheimen mountains in order to focus more resources to develop the coastal settlements and keep people from the cold.
    • The City Must Survive: Heating facilities are built up and lumberjacks are mass employed to keep the cities heated, especially in Bergen, our capital. The Gulf Stream, which most of our settlements lie along, helps this to be slightly less difficult, however, there's still much to be done if the city (and the nation) was to survive.
      Nordweika losses 2

(note to steampunk: feel free to dig more land in the mountains if you like. Red areas are the land lost in the last 2 turns)

Tribal Confederacy of Westria

  • Leader: Oleg II von Schmidt (B 223 BCE D 173 BCE) (R 197 BCE - 173 BCE), Oleg III von Schmidt (B 200 BCE D 173) (R 173 BCE - 173 BCE), Warlord Hugo (B 210 BCE D 176 BCE) (R 173 BCE - 172 BCE), Warchief Nickeste (B 200 BCE - still alive) (R 172 BCE - 169 BCE), Elisa I von Schmidt (B 174 BCE - still alive) (R 169 BCE - Present)
    • Government: The Confedercy is ruled by a chief. Between 173-169 it was total chaos on who is the ruler.
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Vienna: Population: 32,020
      • Pölen: Population: 14,668 (You can add it at a random place in the Westrian country if you so wish)
      • Konr: Population: 7,770 (You can add it at a random place in the Westrian country if you so wish)
      • Rich: Population: 10,000 (You can add it at a random place in the Westrian country if you so wish)
      • Rural population: 94,750
      • Total population: 161,008
      • Religion: Pagan (100%)
      • Ethinicities: 73% Westrian, 25% Gelatins, 2% Escosians.
    • Economy: We are based on agriculture.
    • Army: Total of
      • Spearmen: 2,800
      • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 745
      • Bowmen: 560
      • Cavalry: 255
    • Events:
      • Assimilation of Latins: We start to assmilate and expand in the latin dominating northern part of us after stabilizing our country.
      • Civil War: In 173 a dissatisfied warlord named Hugo took control over the house of the council in Vienna. He then killed Oleg II in a short battle in Vienna. Oleg son also called Oleg was named Oleg III he was not in Vienna when all of this happened. He met with Hugo on the battlefield a bit from a small village called Lund. After a day of fighting Oleg III got a arrow to his eye and died. Oleg's army fled from the battlefield and to the southern parts of the country. As Oleg only had daughters and the oldest one were to young to rule the country. they decided to make Warchief Nickeste regent while the daughter was old enough to become a ruler. After almost a year of internal fighting. Hugo's army were defeated and Nickeste took the role as offical leader to restabilize the country.
      • stabilization: We start to try to make our country stable again after a year of civil war.

Tsardom of Vedena

  • Government: Tsardom. Current Tsar: Anatoniy I.
  • Economy: Based on agriculture and logging. Wooden tables and parchment are the most used. New reforms were set up and now the economy is started growing like it did before.
  • Capital: Lutsk
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 389,500 (84% are Volynians, 3% are Slavokans, 3% are Bonra, 10% are the rest) people; 89,03 live in rural areas.
      • Major settlements:
      • Lutsk: ~9200
      • Volodymyr: ~8000
      • Shatsk: ~6300
      • Kovel: ~4900
      • Rivne: ~4100
      • Kyiv: ~3800
      • Dnipro: ~3300
      • Dubno: ~3100
      • Rural areas: ~346,800
    • Religion: 95% are Volynian pagans, 2% are Slavoka pagans, 1% are Bonra pagans, 2% is the rest.
  • Wars and Conflicts: -
  • Military: Our army seems to be starting recovering from deep economic crisis.
    • Archers: 200
    • Shortswordsmen: 2000
    • Cavalry: 1000
  • Navy: 
    • Trade ships: 1900-22000
    • Transport: 200
  • Diplomacy:
  • Events: 
    • Mediterranean culture:  Our country was almost isolated in terms of culture, but last time ancient culture and lifestyle have become very popular, especially in cultured people. Some people wish to transform Vedena into a modern country like Greece or Rome.
    • Stabilisation: Dark age of Vedena has been ending and now the situation in the country is relatively stable.
  • Features of Vedena:
    • Dark age of Vedena: Currently, our economy iwas stagnating but started growing again. On the other hand, it is ending because of new reforms.
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Turn XXXII: 150-125 BCE

Events & Great People:

  • Hipparchus: He catalogs over a 1000 stars. He calculates the tropical year(being off only a few minutes of 2018 measurements), being the first to calculate the time it took the sun to go around the Earth(Earth to go around the sun)
  • Antikythera Mechanism: The machine is created by the disciples of Archimedes to calculate and predict solar events(Use google if you want to know more about the machine)
  • Great Winter: The fatal ecological event ravages North Europe, causing many to abandon farming and turn to fishing. Empires with holdings inland usually lose them quickly, with Nordicium and Danska both losing lands inland, which are claimed by hunter-gatherer Latins and Diziliyans
  • Alexandros(Of Antioch): He creates several magnificient statues like the Venus de Milo in Aegea

NPC Turns:

  • Gauls: Many tribes begin making alliances with each other, some convene in councils to figure out what to do with the Romans who seem to be invading their territories. Only a handful of western tribes hear the offer of friendship by Agousta, and even fewer respond or accept it
  • Aynarab(To Muscat): You are right, we are similar, but we won't agree to unify, but an alliance would be favorable
  • Koreans: Many tribes are very open for trade and usher the traders to visit as often as possible
  • Beijing(County of Yang, to Gojoseon): The dynasty has rejected the offer of alliance of our nations through the marriage of Princess Kyon, but the Governor of Beijing is willing to marry the princess in exchange for the Gojoseon dynasty to favour the region of Beijing over others in Yang, and to trade with them
  • Carcaros: The remaining defenders surrender in Zaragozta with the Roman conquerors raising their voices in victory
  • Valencia(To Rome): May we engage in an alliance? We see your power and wish to be friends, we remember your ask of aid in the upstart of your culture centuries ago, we are the closest empires by culture, shall we walk down the eras of history together?
  • Atlas: They fall under the Roman invasion and are annexed, but are left with large autonomy due to the differences between the Atlasioi and Roman peoples
  • Sparta: They propose a union between the Hellenic nations of Sparta, Aegypt and Aegea, to hold up the Hellenic power that ruled the world supreme
  • Aegea: The engage in a new war with the Seleucids, they capture Akkad, but lose some southern territories up to the Thertar lake
  • Bactria: The Hellenic scholars left in the region convert the Vedic king into a supporter of Hellenic culture, and he tries to make the nation as Hellenic as possible, translating all major works into Greek and building cities and monuments with Greek architecture. They also invade the Seleucids in an effort to get a border with Aegea, but they only get as far as Hecatompylus, where they're stopped by the defenders, two months later a larger army with siege machines arrives and they destroy the defenses of Hecatompylus, and the city falls in three weeks. A counter-assault by the Seleucids arrives two weeks after the fall of the city and the two armies engage in a fatal encounter, where thousands die on both sides. Both commanders agree to stop the war in the north and agree to peace. The Seleucid commanders in the south are more victorius but the piece is signed during their siege of Patalena, where the siege had already lasted for a month, but the defenders were able to supply themselves by a route in the east which they hadn't been able to take.
  • Rhabi: They annex their western Adnanite tribes
  • Au Lac: They continue their campaign in Siam. They capture Krong, but are stopped in Pattaya, where both armies met in a decisive Siamese victory, the Siamese army retakes Krong but are repelled in Pnom Penh, peace is signed
  • Koreans: They raid the Daevite Confederations eastern settlements and enslave and occupy them
  • Yang: The major cities of Hukou, Haiyan, Lianyungang and Xuyi are settled
  • Xia: The major cities of Bao an, Zhu hai, Zhangzou, Zhoushan and Shaoxing are settled
  • Goriwala: The king of Goriwala met with the king of Mala, but after the meeting he asked his advisors was Mala strong, and he was told that the state was disorganized and had little scientific advancements of their own. The king decided to invade Mala, with the superior numbers, tactics and technology the victory was easy. Mala is annexed
  • Kioku: they navally invade Naruto, taking most of the western island
  • Majapahit: they lose numerous islands to invading Javans
  • Latins, Esceocians, Proto-Balts & Dacians: They continue raiding and enslaving border settlements of Vedena
  • Eileansiar: They turn into a culture group and expand a little bit

Egypt

  • Government
    • Kings:
      • Ptolemy VI Philometor (180 BC-126 BC)
      • Ptolemy VII Acaeus (126 BC-present)
    • Reformation: After Ptolemy VI died, his son Ptolemy VII took over. Unlike most of his own ancestors above, he wanted to bridge gaps with the native Egyptians and potentially assimilate them through talks. Thus his own policy of both teaching the Greeks and Egyptians with the opposite languages began, but he refuses to let both adopt these opposite cultures.
  • Military: Most of the elite army are Hellenic, but due to a severe shortage of manpower in the region of Greeks and sheer distance from Greece to Egypt, the dynasty resorts to establish military colonies to encourage immigrants to settle and increase manpower of the elite. Conscription was already attempted and was successful during the conquest of the Canaan Kingdom, but all of the conscripts are relieved from their duty in fear that military training would lead them to become better soldiers against the kingdom.
    • 15,000 phalanxes
    • 10,000 other soldiers
  • Economy: The Nile is used for trading locally, while outside domestic affairs, the Mediterranean Sea is used instead. Coins are also minted in Egypt.
  • Demographics: Still keeping this up.
    • Population: 4,450,000
      • Alexandria (Capital): 270,000
      • Memphis: 290,000
      • Heliopolis: 110,000
      • Abydos: 60,000
      • Thebes: 300,000
      • Gaza: 45,000
      • Jerusalem: 95,000
      • Tyre: 69,000
      • Damascus: 80,000
      • Byblos (this city is slightly above Tyre I think): 75,000
      • Ptolemais in Cyrene (formerly Yhwh/Yahweh): 35,000
      • Cyrene (formerly Siarcuan): 50,000
      • Valeria (formerly Valyros): 60,000
    • Other cities: 770,000
    • Ethnicity:
      • 83% Egyptian, 2% Jewish, 3% Hellenic, 12% other
    • Religion:
      • 88% Egyptian paganism, 3% Hellenism, 2% Judaism, 7% other
    • Literacy rate: 18%
  • Events: Order is being restored into the newly integrated region of Judea (formerly Canaan)
  • Diplomacy:
    • Sparta: We will only join if we have equal power over our own ruling.

Sultanate of Muscat

  • Government: Absolute Monarchy
    • Sultan: Maazin al-Qazi (B 199 BCE D 141 BCE) (R 174 BCE - 141 BCE), Khaliid al-Qazi (B 163 BCE, still alive) (R 141 BCE - Present)
    • Economy: Based around fishing and trading mostly.
    • Capital: Muscat
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Muscat: 4115
      • Rural areas (AKA everything else): ~15,050
      • Ethnicities: 98% Omani (if that's a thing, idk a demonym for Muscat), 2% Azd tribes
      • Religion: 100% Folklore and Tribal beliefs
    • Wars and Conflicts (italics: Potential War):
    • Military: Total of
      • Spearmen: 257
      • Hatchetmen: 165
      • Bowmen: 475
      • City Guards: 80
      • Dromedary Forces: 5
    • Navy:
      • 75 transport ships (can hold around 8-12 men)
      • 35 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have 120 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Aynarab: Okay fine, we sign a deal for an alliance. It could be useful since Rhabi could be good to take out.
      • Uputhara Wansura: Hey, new people! We are from the far west, a good trade system could be set up here, if you're interested.
    • Events:
      • Assimilation of Adnanites: We attempt to assimilate nearby Adnanite tribes.
      • Sharing Equipment: We share equipment with our new ally, Aynarab, in case of Rhabi invading.
      • Exploration: A large fleet of transport ships and trade ships explore to the east, encountering Uputhara Wansura.
      • Military Camels: While they've been tamed for very long, it's just now that they are used for military purposes. They become the Dromedary Forces.

Kingdom of Natick

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
    • Kings (Wampanoagan Dynasty):
      • 164-147 BC: Nipnognit II
      • 147-145 BC: Nipnognit III
      • 145-125 BC: Arthur II
      • Since 125 BC: Naupanoit III The Great
  • Economy: Mainly farming and hunting. Nausets are also fishing in Cape Cod Bay. Mattabesic town Pocasset is the trade center between Natick and Monahtanuk.
  • Capital: Wampanoag
  • Demographics:
    • Population until assimilation: 26% Nauset, 24,8% Wampanoag (in 130-125 BC assimilated with Nauset tribe), 21,3% Massachusett, 16,9% Mattabesic, 11% Nipmuck (in 130 BC assimilated with Massachusett tribe).
    • Population after assimilation: 50,8% Nauset, 32,3% Massachusett, 16,9% Mattabesic, 11% Nipmuck (in 130 BC assimilated with Massachusett tribe).
    • Total Population: 13 000 inhabitants.
    • Religion: 100% Paganism
    • Settlements (before 125 BC): The two only towns are Wampanoag and Pocasset. Wampanoag is lived by 1600 inhabitants and Pocasset is lived by 1000 inhabitants. Other inhabitants live in rural areas (villages). Pomeiock is the largest village-type settlement with 640 inhabitants.
  • Wars and Conflicts: none
  • Diplomacy:
    • Abenaki: We were going to expand to the north but The Great Hunting forced our people to retreat and your tribes settled in our north villages. Then, we encountered you. We are sorry for attempting to migrate to your villages but they were temporary home to Nipmuck people. Anyway, the Great Winter has come and we refuse our disputes to your southernmost villages. Instead, we could not attack each other for at least 50 years.
  • Event 1: The Great Winter has affected our people, especially Nipmuck tribe. The Cold and Famine forced the assimilation of a few our tribes due to reducing their number. However, Nausets survived it successfully due to having many fish.
  • Military: We lost many troops during the Cold and Famine caused by The Great Winter. Natick Army before 125 BC:
    • Spearmen: 400
    • Slingers: 300
    • Archers: 400
    • Swordsmen: 300
    • Border guards: 150

Gojoseon 

  • Government: Despotic Monarchy
    • King: Kyon Chup-Sun  (B 200 BCE, 140 BC) (R 184 BCE - 140 BCE)  Kyon Chin-Hun II (B 150 BCE - still alive) (R 140 BCE - still active )
    • Economy: based around fishing and trading, it is going ok but could be better.
    • Capital: Songnim
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Songnim: 54,505
      • Hsiking: 41,091
      • Daelyeon: 26,112
      • Gimpo: 9,132
      • Pyengtaek: 6,120
      • Sacheon: 4,012
      • Yong Jangmi: 641
      • Rural areas (AKA everything else): ~361,321
      • Ethnicities: 100% Korean
      • Religion: 100% Shamanism.
    • Wars and Conflicts 
      • Conscription: The emperor of Chin-Hun II changes the conscription law to 2,3%
      • One korea: Gralicia is suprise attacked with 90% of our army, at the front our spear men march, in the back the bowmen, the cavalry splits right and left 50% each to run to their backlines to slaughter their ranged troops. the shortsword men enters the battle later on to kill the rest of the enemy.
    • Military ( advanced 2,35% Conscription): Total of 6200
      • Spearmen: 2000
      • Shortswordmen: 800
      • Cavalry:850
      • Bowmen: 2300
      • Torchmen: 250
    • Navy:
      • 140 transport ships (can hold around 10-15 men)
      • 80 large transport ships (can hold around 20 men) 
      • 65 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy, we have 1215 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Yang: their governor married our princess opening much more trade and lowering the trade to Korea.
      • Korea: we are quite like each other, what about unifying. every Gojoseonian and Korean will have the same rights.
    • Events:
    • New City: a new city is built near the Japanese Sea south of Korea (in game) it is called yong jangmi. 
    • 'The festival of the dragon:' the festival of the dragon is held, inviting people from Yang and Gojoseon to feast and sing in our market, the festival is held at Hsiking driving more people to the city from villages.
    • Art: art becomes more popular in the youth. many paintings and porcelain is created. inventions are also springing up but nothing mayor is created, the art is later sold to neighbours.
    • Expansion: we send people to colonize the island south west of Gojoseon.

Tribal Confederacy of Westria

    • Leader: Elisa I von Schmidt (B 174 BCE - D 125 BCE) (R 169 BCE - 125 BCE), Oleg IV (B 146 - still alive) (R 125 - present)
      • Government: The Confedercy is ruled by a chief.
      • Demographics:
        • Population:
        • Vienna: Population: 34,020
        • Pölen: Population: 14,768
        • Konr: Population: 8,780
        • Rich: Population: 10,800
        • Rural population: 100,750
        • Total population: 170,918
        • Religion: Pagan (100%)
        • Ethinicities: 73% Westrian, 25% Gelatins, 2% Escosians.
      • Economy: We are based on agriculture.
      • Army: Total of
        • Spearmen: 3,400
        • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 845
        • Bowmen: 590
        • Cavalry: 295
      • Events:
        • Expansion: All expansion is stopped.
        • Isolation policy: We end our isolation policy

Queendom of Nordicium 

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
  • Queen: Astrid VII Schnee
  • Economy: Deep plummet due to heavy successive snow disrupting trade. Most gains now come from local lumbering and fishing.
  • Population: 215,700 (86% Nordicite Germanic, 6% Akershusi Germanic, 7% West Dizilyans, 1% Sami) (excl. Danska)
  • Religion: Norse (100%) 
  • Major Settlements:
    • Stavanger: 9,500 
    • Leikanger (special city): 5,200 
    • Bergen (capital): 30,000
    • Ålesund: 8,000
    • Molde: 8,000
    • Oslo: 10,500
    • Trondheim: 7,000
    • Leirvik: 7,500
    • Valkyrjashavn: 4,500
    • Rural areas: ~127,000 
  • Military: 5200 active personnel, 2700 reserves. (excl. Danska)
    • 3500 shielded spearmen 
    • 1200 dagger users
    • 500 archers (using bows)
  • Navy 
    • 285 trading ships (trade routes to Danska, Vesnia and Caledoni)
    • 65 wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 10-15 men)
    • 20 larger wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 15-25 men)
    • 85 triremes.
    • 35 galleys.
    • 900 sailors
  • Diplomacy:
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Danskan Reclamation War: We raised an army, and together with the existing Danskan army, we perform several skirmish attacks on the Latin tribes, using the winter and the Nordicite army's cold-fighting experience to push forward, aiming to get to Ebsjerg, the former capital of Danska.
  • Disasters:
    • Fimbulvitr: The Great Winter (or Fimbulvitr) struck the nation with successive cold spells, and every state of the north. Predictions show that the cold may get worse, proving difficulty to all northern nations alike. Crops perished, animals are left to dead, and more and more people succumb to frostbite. In Norse mythology, the Fimbulvitr is the preceding event of Ragnarok, leading to parts of the populace fearing that the Nordicite realm might come to an end. Fear and discontent rises, while hope falls. The Nordicite government is expected to provide a solution.
    • The Path of Faith: The Norse religion became a way to sustain faith and hope in the populace (despite the fact that it ironically causes loss of hope in the first place). Shrines are built across the coastal settlements and worships become a common occurence.
  • Events
    • The Nation Must Survive: We given up control of more lands in the Jotunheimen mountains in order to focus more resources to develop the coastal settlements and keep people from the cold.
    • The City Must Survive: Heating facilities are built up and lumberjacks are mass employed to keep the cities heated, especially in Bergen, our capital. The Gulf Stream, which most of our settlements lie along, helps this to be slightly less difficult, however, there's still much to be done if the city (and the nation) was to survive

Roman Republic 

  • Government:
    • Consuls:
      • (56) Brutus Maximus Fulso (152 BC to 140 BC)
      • (57) Orbanus Victus (140 BC to 136 BC)
      • (58) Romali Illeniumus (136 BC to 130 BC)
      • (59) Gaulus Invictus Maximus (130 BC to 126 BC)
      • (60) Vetus Betum Bellus (126 BC to present)
    • Policies: 

    •  
  • Military: There is approximately 18 legions, each contains 5000 to 6000 legionaries each further divided into cohorts with 500 to 600 men each. There are about 10 auxiliary legions as well (3,000 each) also containing equipment like archers and artillery. The number of legions remained the same after the Punic War.
    • 95,000 Legionaries
    • 30,000 Auxiliaries
  • Economy: Gold and silver coins are minted around the Republic, with a new coin minted for every new Consul.
  • Demographics 
    • Population: +9,000,000
      • Rome (Capital): 150,000
      • Neapolis: 50,000
      • Caralis: 20,000
      • Atvasium: 100,000 (indirect)
      • Other cities: 1,180,000
      • Rural areas: 7,500,000
    • Ethnicity: Remaining latins in the region are exceptionally rare over the past centuries and were held in high regard within the tribal population, sometimes ruling as the regional nobility class. Latin language in the region itself is extinct but names and ethnicity still lives on in pockets. Explanation for nobility is that Latins were employed in elite units that were held in high regard and retired veterans commonly built a nobility status. They were absorbed into the Roman identity, but they make up a lot of the ruling class since their overthrow of the monarchy. 
      • 42% Roman, 50% Atlasii (disputed), 8% other.
    • Religion: 80% Cult of Romulus, 20% Other
    • Literacy rate: 15%
  • Events
    • Roman Colonization of South Western Gaul (149 BC) : Seeing the dangers of Roman exclaves, 4 Roman legions of the original 6 in Southern Gaul were dispatched westward to try to connect the exclave with the rest of the mainland
    • Roman-Hellenic Conflicts (137 BC): Roman Consul Orbanus Victus had not forgotten the Hellenic take over of Sicily. He had read in history books that the issue of the takeover was largely dropped since it was overshadowed by other issues at the time. However, the effects of the takeover had been noticeable in an economic stance. Willing to get revenge for the fall of Sicily, the Romans dispatched 9 legions (~50,000 men) and 6 Auxiliary Legions (~18,000 men) into the Aegean mainland. Seeing Spartans has proposed a possible alliance with Aegeans and were likely to join the war on their side. So the Romans sent a blockade around the peninsula. The Romans started an invasion of Epirus via navy. During the "Battle of Epirus", the Romans has lost 1 legion (6,000 men) to the Aegean army (hopilites?). But young general Vetus Betum Bellus quickly figured a new flanking strategy against the Greeks. The Battle of Epirus has won in 136 BC, allowing Roman occupation of most of the region. But the war is not over yet. In 133 BC, the Romans sent 3 legions to Macedonia for a takeover, followed by a campaign southward from Epirus (such as Thessaly and Central Greece) to reach the Spartan borders in 129 BC. In 125 BC, the Romans sent 5 legions to Thrace after securing central Greece (and other lands). The Romans also used part of the blockade of Sparta to blockade the sea between modern Greece and Anatolia to try to cut of the Aegeans.
  • Diplomacy:
    • Seleucids: We would like to form a co-operative alliance, seeing your history with the Aegeans. We shall agree for you to only take lands no further into Anatolia.
    • Gaul: Any friendly tribes are welcome to join us peacefully, but we shall take South-Western Gaul to connect our realms.
    • Sparta: We wish for you to stay out of this war and we may end the blockade so long as you don't aid Aegeans.
    • Aegeans: We demand surrender and hand over of all Balkan lands and Sicily.

Aegean Empire

  • Government:
    • System: Parliamentary democratic consulate 
      • Consuls:
        • Xenokles (161 BC - 135 BC) 
        • Aristeas (135 BC - 128 BC)
        • Eulalos (128 BC - present)
    • Population: 11,500,000
      • Ipsus: 1,200,000 
      • Tarsus: 900,000
      • Athens: 560,000
      • Ottozul: 450,000
      • Other: 8,390,000
  • Primary Events:
    • Roman-Hellenic War: Although losing the fight in Epirus and retreating orderly, fortifications have been made across the primary cities of Athens and Ipsus, as well as the more coastal cities such as Tarsus. Defended by upwards to 825,000 soldiers each, the legions of Aegean soldiers attack the invading Roman troops of 137 BC, easily outnumbering and brutally murdering them. The victory is secured in Macedonia, with casualties estimated to be ~75,000 though. The troops are divided from the group after learning of the Roman invasion of Thessaly, Central Greece, and Thrace, and like the Battle in Macedonia, another victory is secured due primarily to overwhelming strength and strategic tactics with the use of the geography. The blockade throughout the main region against the Aegean is effectively defeated after the positioning and movement of the entire Aegean navy. Although securing a large portion of the territory they had invaded, a peace treaty is offered (in accordance with the new map). If accepted, a 50 year NAP will follow.
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      Hellenic-Persian War: Using the geography as a means of building strategic fortifications, defensives against the Persians are successful, to the point where casualties for the Persians remain tactically high and low for the Aegean Hellenic's. With this, 45,000 troops are moved into the occupied portion of Hattusa in 129 BC, and soon victory is achieved after defeating the small and underwhelming force featured. With this, the march to Allepo with the remaining 39,000 troops from the victory in Hattusa proves fruitful by 126 BC, and soon the cities of Aleppo, Carchemish, and Antioch are successfully occupied. By 125 BC, a peace treaty is offered with the Seleucid Empire (in accordance with the new map). If accepted, a 50 Year NAP is to be followed.
    • Expansion: The state of war in the Aegean Empire has been responded to by the movement of settlers under the Aegean Empire into the neighboring nomadic tribes of the Gerios and the Illyrics, expanding from the south up. 
    • Diplomacy to Sparta: Due to the acts of the Romans blockading the Spartans, we suggest an immediate declaration of war against the Romans. 
KdmTurn125-100B

Turn XXXIII: 125-100 BCE

Events & Great People:

  • Zhang Qian: He spends several years in Central Asia exploring the region and its inhabitants. He is the first to bring back reliable information from the West to the Yang dynasty. His travels are the foundation of the Silk Road
  • Gaius Lucilius: A famed Roman satirist writes many plays and stories of politics in a satirical way, which amuses thousands, gaining him the favour of the Roman council and the people
  • Great Winter: The harsh winters are finally over, but their damage was long lasting, with over 30 000 dead due to starvation or frostbite

NPC Turns:

  • Sparta(To Aegypt): Yes, it would be more of alliance than a union, we would all be equal in it and keep our sovereigns
  • Sparta(To Rome): You insult us with your blockade! It's a disgrace, we shall not stand idle in front of your actions
  • Uputhara Wansura(To Muscat): We would be grateful to bask in the luxuries and knowledge of the west, we shall send traders ASAP
  • Aynarab(To Muscat): We appreciate your decision, may our peoples prosper
  • Southern Abenaki Tribes(To Natick): We agree, peace would be preferable
  • Korean Tribes(To Gojoseon): We do appreciate a great power like yourself, but we like our sovereignty, our freedom, so no, we won't join your empire
  • Seleucids(To Rome): We find your proposition fascinating, and we accept, the arrogant Hellenics are a menace to the world
  • Aegea(To Rome & Seleucids): You dare assault the Hellenics?! By the might of Zeus we shall make your empires crumble to dust, the wind will blow away your greedy ashes
  • Sparta: They're able to defeat most of the Roman blockade fleet and drive them away from Hellenia, but suffer many losses. They also attempt an invasion of the Roman mainland, taking on the city of Tarentum and Syracuse, causing severe damage to the cities and their ports
  • Seleucids: They lead an incursion into east Aegea, crashing down on the most heavily defended area in the world at the time. 20 000 Seleucids march towards Morpha, where the city crumbles within days. a week later the Seleucid main army had grown to the strength of 50 000, who marched into Assur and Nineveh. The 17 000 Aegean soldiers were no match for the Seleucids, but the losses were tremendous. 23 000 dead, but the cities captured. What was left of the army marched to Mari, sieging it for 5 weeks until the city and it's defenders gave up. the main army, reinforced once again assaulted Adol with the might of the king and 42 000 men. With fierce fightings east of the city for three days, with the defending 37 000 Aegeans crushing the invasion finally. 28 000 Aegeans had died, and 31 000 Seleucids had died, including their king.
  • Aegea: With the Seleucids defeaten in Adol, they gathered an army and marched into Nineveh where they recaptured the city, and with great effort reclaimed Assur, making a new defensive line there. The Roman attempt of blocking ships in the Aegean fails miserably with the Aegean naval superiority showing it's might. The Aegeans who were still stuck with the tactics of Alexander believing them to be the best, were dazzled by the Roman flanking attacks and lose much of their hold in Europe, losing Tessalonika and Abdera, but the Hellenic homeland is able to be defended by the 23 000 Hoplites, awaiting reinforcements from Anatolia. Sicily is lost in weeks and no aid was able to be brought to them
  • Latins: They lose Ebsbjerg, but drive away the Nordicite invaders and burn the city down to avoid it getting taken again. The Nordicite push was quite successful, until a new tribal convention agreed upon a new horde and the thousands of soldiers crushed the Nordicite assault, pushing them from mainland Europe
  • The Hellenic League: An alliance between Sparta and Aegea is formed, Egypt was invited as well and Bactria wants to become a part of the League. They're not allowed to join unless they have a land route to Aegea or Egypt.
  • Scythia: They prepare a horde, and invade Bactria, quickly overrunning Hecatompylus, Alexandria Herat and Alexandria Furthest.
  • Yang: Emperor Han dreamt of a unified east Asia, and set out on a campaign against Xia, where he led 30 000 soldiers down the coast capturing each city and river. It was a brutal blood brawl but the yang emerged victorious and annexed most of mainland Xia down to Zhangzou, but the Xia navy was able to keep the city of Taipei under the Xia dynasty. Fueled by the success, emperor Han led many campaigns to claim the western tribes, annexing the Ma, Tai, Yunan and some of the Ganton territories and with the information provided by Zhang Qian the Yang empire expands into Dongbu and Betmant territories as well, setting up new trading posts for the silk road
  • Seleucids: They accept the Roman offer for a co-operative alliance.
  • Bactria: They are able to stop the Scythian invasion in Kashmir, but the southern front is failing, but soldiers are sent in by the thousands to reinforce the region. If Alexandria Kandahar fell, it'd mean the fall of Nicaea as well
  • Gauls: The southern tribes agree upon a council where they decide to raid the Roman claimed lands after their quick annexation of the Pyrenese Gaul tribes. The tribal invasion is cut down by the Roman defenders in Nimer, but almost everything north of Nimer has been pillaged
  • Guarani: They develop in South America
  • Khoisan: They develop in South Africa

Kingdom of Natick

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
    • Kings (Wampanoagan Dynasty):
      • 145-125 BC: Arthur II
      • 125-90 BC: Naupanoit III The Great
  • Economy: Mainly farming and hunting. Nausets are also fishing in Cape Cod Bay. Mattabesic town Pocasset is the trade center between Natick and Monahtanuk.
  • Capital: Wampanoag
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 50% Nauset, 33% Massachusett, 17% Mattabesic.
    • Total Population: 16 000 inhabitants.
    • Religion: 100% Paganism
    • Settlements: The two only towns are Wampanoag and Pocasset. Wampanoag is lived by 1616 inhabitants and Pocasset is lived by 1023 inhabitants. Other inhabitants live in rural areas (villages). Pomeiock is the largest village-type settlement with 640 inhabitants.
  • Wars and Conflicts: none
  • Diplomacy:
    • none for now
  • Event: 
    • Spying: In 105 BC King Naupanoit III sends both two spies to get some information about Monahtanuk tribe: military size, administration system, people, economy. However, one of spies is getting killed by the Great Winter but the second one survived it and got some information about them. In 102 BC he finishes his work and brings the whole information to the residence of King Naupanoit III. Information about Monahtanuk is detailed in the next turn's event list.
  • Military:
    • Spearmen: 500
    • Slingers: 400
    • Archers: 550
    • Swordsmen: 400
    • Border guards: 150
    • Spies (since 110 BC): 2 (110-104 BC); 1 (since 104 BC)

Egypt

  • Government
    • Ptolemy VII Acaeus (126 BC-104 BC)
    • Cleopatra (wtf why so early?) (104 BC-present)
  • Military: Most of the elite army are Hellenic, but due to a severe shortage of manpower in the region of Greeks and sheer distance from Greece to Egypt, the dynasty resorts to establish military colonies to encourage immigrants to settle and increase manpower of the elite. Conscription was already attempted and was successful during the conquest of the Canaan Kingdom, but all of the conscripts are relieved from their duty in fear that military training would lead them to become better soldiers against the kingdom. But it is expected that conscription would come back again as soon as Roman expansion began to heavily threaten the integrity of the Hellenistic world.
    • 20,000 phalanxes
    • 12,000 other soldiers
  • Economy: The Nile is used for trading locally, while outside domestic affairs, the Mediterranean Sea is used instead. Coins are also minted in Egypt.
  • Demographics: Still keeping this up.
    • Population: 4,700,000
      • Alexandria (Capital): 280,000
      • Memphis: 280,000
      • Heliopolis: 120,000
      • Abydos: 80,000
      • Thebes: 300,000
      • Gaza: 59,000
      • Jerusalem: 105,000
      • Tyre: 69,000
      • Damascus: 100,000
      • Byblos (this city is slightly above Tyre I think): 75,000
      • Ptolemais in Cyrene (formerly Yhwh/Yahweh): 35,000
      • Cyrene (formerly Siarcuan): 50,000
      • Valeria (formerly Valyros): 60,000
      • Other cities: 820,000
    • Ethnicity: An assimilation trial initiated by the previous Ptolemaic kings is underway to create a group of Hellenised Egyptians by exposing some of the native children to other non-Egyptian material by their tutors (usually Greek), thus making it easier for them to gain manpower for the elite and reduce tensions in a hypothetical scenario. This would also be a tedious trial as well.
      • 82% Egyptian, 1% Aegyptian (Hellenised Egyptians), 2% Jewish, 3% Hellenic, 12% other
    • Religion:
      • 82% Egyptian paganism, 4% Hellenism, 2% Judaism, 12% other
    • Literacy rate: 18%
  • Events:
    • Hellenic League: We do all of that and expect a war between the Romans to soon come...

Tribal Confederacy of Westria

    • Leader: Oleg IV (B 146 - still alive) (R 125 - present)
      • Government: The Confedercy is ruled by a chief.
      • Demographics:
        • Population:
        • Vienna: Population: 39,020
        • Pölen: Population: 15,768
        • Konr: Population: 9,780
        • Rich: Population: 11,900
        • Rural population: 101,750
        • Total population: 180,018
        • Religion: Pagan (100%)
        • Ethinicities: 73% Westrian, 25% Gelatins, 2% Escosians.
      • Economy: We are based on agriculture.
      • Army: Total of
        • Spearmen: 3,400
        • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 845
        • Bowmen: 590
        • Cavalry: 295
      • Events:
        • Expansion: We start an assimilate expansion in the today's Bavaria area

Roman Republic

  • Government:
    • Consuls:
      • (60) Vetus Betum Bellus (126 BC to 110 BC)
      • (61) Marius Pilus Vetonus (110 BC BC to present)
    • Policies: 
    • Marian Reforms: Under Consul Marius, the Roman Legions recieved a complete restructure after the start of the  Roman-Hellenic conflicts to solve and improve the Legions on flexibility and adaptability along with equipment. Proletarianisation of the army is already underway to quickly refill lost numbers. The state would also issue standard equipment to all but the veterans (who would be able to afford their own at this time). The navy, after suffering numerous defeats at sea, began to look into Greek tactics and shipbuilding in order to improve their navy.
  • Military: There is approximately 20 legions, each contains 5000 to 6000 legionaries each further divided into cohorts with 500 to 600 men each. There are about 10 auxiliary legions as well (3,000 each) also containing equipment like archers and artillery. The number of legions remained the same after the Punic War.
    • 106,000 Legionaries
    • 30,000 Auxiliaries
  • Economy: Gold and silver coins are minted around the Republic, with a new coin minted for every new Consul.
  • Demographics 
    • Population: +9,000,000
      • Rome (Capital): 150,000
      • Neapolis: 50,000
      • Caralis: 20,000
      • Atvasium: 100,000 (indirect)
      • Other cities: 1,180,000
      • Rural areas: 7,500,000
    • Ethnicity: Remaining latins in the region are exceptionally rare over the past centuries and were held in high regard within the tribal population, sometimes ruling as the regional nobility class. Latin language in the region itself is extinct but names and ethnicity still lives on in pockets. Explanation for nobility is that Latins were employed in elite units that were held in high regard and retired veterans commonly built a nobility status. They were absorbed into the Roman identity, but they make up a lot of the ruling class since their overthrow of the monarchy. 
      • 50% Roman, 42% Atlasii (disputed), 8% other.
    • Religion: 80% Cult of Romulus, 20% Other
    • Literacy rate: 14%
  • Events
    • (continued, lets hurry this along) Roman-Hellenic Conflicts (137 BC): Upon many victories, there was also failures. Being adaptable, the Romans started to take the best of every culture and combine it to their societies. The Greeks during the Roman-Hellenic Conflicts were no different. Under Marian Reforms, the Roman Army improved themselves to reduce losses from records of previous battles and adopting tactics, equipment, and formations based upon which is most efficient for the time and area. Not to mention their frequent losses at sea had allowed the Romans to learn Aegean ship building via reverse engineering. The Romans, with their more powerful navy, set out to blockade between the Balkans and Anatolia. Meanwhile on land, the newly improved Romans sent 5 legions from Italy to invade Sparta by the sea (totalling 13 legions in Greece). Unfortuately, a third of the legions were wiped out before they gained a good foothold onto the land by Spartan valiance. But after breaking Spartan lines, they swept across the region in an attempt to make a swift occupation from the south-west peloponesia (or however you spell it) all the way to (OTL) Athens. 2 Roman Legions stationed in Macedonia were also sent south again to attempt to take Thebes and Athens (and to meet with friendlies that was sweeping across Sparta). 4 Roman Legions were sent to take coastal cities off of Anatolia with assistance from the invigorated Roman navy, who managed to win and secure the sea once again. While 2 Legions were sent to capture Thrace as well.
  • Diplomacy:
    • Gaul: Any friendly tribes are welcome to join us peacefully, but we shall take more of Gaul for our realms.
    • Sparta: Your surrender and/or annexation will be nice.
    • Aegeans: We demand surrender and hand over of all Sicily, Balkan lands, and Coastal Anatolia (all the way to ipsus).
KdmTurn100-75B

Turn XXXIV: 100-75 BCE

Events & Great People:

  • Emperor Yu: The legendary man who is largely thought to be first man who united China. He led many campaigns around the edges of his empire and was a part time architect planning cities and infrastructure for the far west, to make it also a core territory of Yang
  • Sima Qian: He writes down thousands of years of history of the Yang, Feng, Xia and other dynasties. He also writes the history of the Yang royal family by the proposition of Emperor Yu
  • Julius Caesar: a promising young soldier named Julius Caesar has made a name for himself in the Roman-Hellenic Wars. After avoiding death several times throughout the campaign, he thought of a political career after his campaigns in Greece.
  • Arch Bridge: In Arretium, Rome engineers build the first arched bridge
  • Glass Blowing: The art of glass blowing is invented in Tyre, Egypt
  • Watermills: They become a common sight in east Aegea after their invention near Pergamon

NPC Turns:

  • Yang: They roll through the remaining Xia lands with a massive army of 80 000 men, then continue their campaing eastward annexing the last Ganton tribes, along with the island of Hainan. The army then assaults Au Lac, capturing the northern part of the nation and setting up a heavy defense and building a great wall which stretched from the sea to the border with the Khmers and then a bit north, being named the Wall of Yu. On the way north Emperor Yu ordered assaults on the Burnie people and annexed some of their land. A decade later he led a campaign into the Dongbu territories, who had been rebellious and several raids had occured, the region was annexed. With all the great powers near them in the west defeated, the eyes of Emperor Yu turned north, where the grand Daevite confederation laid. He ordered over 70 different small armies backed by larger armies to advance on North into the Daevite lands, conquering as far as the ruins of Ulanbaatar and gaining hundreds of miles of land north of the newly annexed Dongbu regions
  • Koreans: The border and central tribes invade the Daevite east with the confederation nearing collapse
  • Kambo-Gandhar: They pillage and enslave many of the western Daevite confederation regions
  • Daevite Confederation: Several thousands flock away from the confederation and join W. Daevite tribes or Tungusics
  • Arashena: A coup is staged, where the king loyal to Aegea is murdered, and his brother who had been aided by the Seleucids was crowned king. Arashena becomes a Seleucid Vassal. A force of 6 000 troops march south claiming lots of unprotected Aegean lands in the Northeast down to the Van lake
  • Seleucids: They put up together a new army of 45 000, and invade the surroundings of Nineveh and Assur, encircling the two cities in a massive blockade. The two cities swiftly fall and the 34 000 strong army is marching towards Adol where they were once defeated before, now with them tens of Siege machines
  • Latins, Esceocians, Proto-Balts, Dacians & Slavokans: Many raids are made into Vedena further annexing and enslaving the nearly defenseless towns
  • Sambia: The tribe fractures into several smaller ones and is lost from history
  • Vesnians: the massive Dizilyan and Latin cultural pressure begins to affect the Vesnian tribes, deleting some of their cultural traits
  • Latins: Northern tribes pour into the Jutland island, annexing it into the Latins
  • Sparta: They collapse under the Roman invasion
  • Gauls: Several southern tribes decide to join Rome, but many northern tribes decide to unify under one banner and fight the Romans, only preparing for a possible war at the moment
  • Valencia(To Rome): We see the massive conflict in the east, we wish to aid you in it, we are prepared to send 10 000 soldiers to help you on any front, our navy shall also join the assault in exchange for Aegean naval technology
  • Tistu: Their relations with the Yin begin to deteriorate rapidly, many fear a possible war soon
  • Yin: They expand, cutting Tistu off from central Europe
  • Scythia: They continue their warpath in Bactria, by going around Kandahar and capturing Pandalena and continuing to grab Bactrian western lands
  • Bactria: With the main southern army of Scythia in the east, they recapture Herat, Furthest and massive swathes of land towards Hecatompylus. The Bactrians are able to defeat the flanking manouver of the Scythians, but propose a deal where the Scythians may settle into the southern lands if they agree to become a vassal
  • Saka: The kingdom of Saka is established in South Bactria under the watchful eyes of the Indo-Greeks
  • Gerrha: They annex several border Adnanite tribes and think of the possibility of invading the southern kingdoms
  • Roman-Hellenic War: Argos, Thebes and Corinth fall to the Romans, and Athens is almost taken, but the Aegens are able to hold just and just to it. The Roman Blockade succeeds with the newly stripped tech from the Aegeans, leaving Athens surrounded. The Aegeans lose their holdings in the Balkans, but are able to stop the Roman assault on Troy and Ipsus. Tarsus however falls to the Romans. Rome (-18 000 men) Aegea (-31 000 men)

Egypt

  • Government
    • Cleopatra II (104 BC-83 BC)
    • Ptolemy VIII (83 BC-present)
  • Military: Most of the elite army are Hellenic, but due to a severe shortage of manpower in the region of Greeks and sheer distance from Greece to Egypt, the dynasty resorts to establish military colonies to encourage immigrants to settle and increase manpower of the elite. Conscription was already attempted and was successful during the conquest of the Canaan Kingdom, but all of the conscripts are relieved from their duty in fear that military training would lead them to become better soldiers against the kingdom. But it is expected that conscription would come back again as soon as Roman expansion began to heavily threaten the integrity of the Hellenistic world.
    • 25,000 phalanxes
    • 20,000 other soldiers
  • Economy: The Nile is used for trading locally, while outside domestic affairs, the Mediterranean Sea is used instead. Coins are also minted in Egypt.
  • Demographics: Still keeping this up.
    • Population: 4,900,000
      • Alexandria (Capital): 300,000
      • Memphis: 280,000
      • Heliopolis: 120,000
      • Abydos: 80,000
      • Thebes: 300,000
      • Gaza: 59,000
      • Jerusalem: 105,000
      • Tyre: 69,000
      • Damascus: 100,000
      • Byblos (this city is slightly above Tyre I think): 75,000
      • Ptolemais in Cyrene (formerly Yhwh/Yahweh): 35,000
      • Cyrene (formerly Siarcuan): 50,000
      • Valeria (formerly Valyros): 60,000
      • Other cities: 900,000
    • Ethnicity: An assimilation trial initiated by the previous Ptolemaic kings is underway to create a group of Hellenised Egyptians by exposing some of the native children to other non-Egyptian material by their tutors (usually Greek), thus making it easier for them to gain manpower for the elite and reduce tensions in a hypothetical scenario. This would also be a tedious trial as well.
      • 80% Egyptian, 3% Aegyptian (Hellenised Egyptians), 2% Jewish, 3% Hellenic, 12% other
    • Religion:
      • 80% Egyptian paganism, 6% Hellenism, 2% Judaism, 12% other
    • Literacy rate: 18%
  • Events:
    • Building up defences: Defences of the Egyptian Kingdom are being set up across the land borders of the Aegean Empire and the Roman Republic unusually under Ptolemy VIII. He says that this is the only way to defend themselves from 'an ever-increasing threat'. Their navy had also being built at an ever-increasing shipbuilding rate in order to slow down a possible blockade. Usually their navy is relaxed but a Roman threat means they would need to respond to something immediately

Nordicium

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
  • Queen: Astrid IX Schnee
  • Economy: Deep plummet due to heavy successive snow disrupting trade. Most gains now come from local lumbering and fishing.
  • Population: 237,700 (85% Nordicite Germanic, 5% Akershusi Germanic, 6% West Dizilyans, 1% Sami, 3% Vesnians) (excl. Danska)
  • Religion: Norse (100%) 
  • Major Settlements:
    • Stavanger: 10,500 
    • Bergen (capital): 35,000
    • Ålesund: 9,000
    • Molde: 9,000
    • Oslo: 13,500
    • Trondheim: 8,000
    • Leirvik: 8,500
    • Valkyrjashavn: 2,500
    • Rural areas: ~143,200 
  • Military:4000 active personnel, 2700 reserves. (excl. Danska)
    • 2500 shielded spearmen 
    • 1000 dagger users
    • 500 archers (using bows)
  • Navy 
    • 285 trading ships (trade routes to Danska and Caledoni)
    • 65 wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 10-15 men)
    • 20 larger wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 15-25 men)
    • 85 triremes.
    • 35 galleys.
    • 900 sailors
  • Diplomacy:
  • Wars and Conflicts:
  • Disasters:
  • Events
    • Vesnian Refuge: Using transport ships, we moved a few groups of Vesnian people to Nordicite cities in order to preserve their culture, after their nation has fallen.

Tribal Confederacy of Westria

    • Leader: Oleg IV (B 146 BC - D 95 BC) (R 125 BC - 95 BC), Oleg V (B 113 BC - still alive) (R 95 BC - present)
      • Government: The Confedercy is ruled by a chief.
      • Demographics:
        • Population:
        • Vienna: Population: 42,020
        • Pölen: Population: 17,768
        • Konr: Population: 10,780
        • Rich: Population: 13,000
        • Rural population: 106,000
        • Total population: 192,368
        • Religion: Pagan (100%)
        • Ethinicities: 73% Westrian, 25% Gelatins, 2% Escosians.
      • Economy: We are based on agriculture.
      • Army: Total of
        • Spearmen: 3,400
        • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 845
        • Bowmen: 590
        • Cavalry: 295
      • Events:
        • Expansion: We continue the assimilation expansion in the today's Bavaria area.
      • Diplomacy: Nothing for now

Roman Republic 

  • Government:
    • Consuls:
      • (61) Marius Pilus Vetonus (110 BC BC to 98 BC)
      • (62) Scipius Vilus Helos (98 BC to 88 BC)
      • (63) Bactrius Raenus (88 BC to 76 BC)
      • (64) Leonidas Lucidius (76 BC to present)
    • Policies: 
  • Military: There is approximately 20 legions, each contains 5000 to 6000 legionaries each further divided into cohorts with 500 to 600 men each. There are about 8 auxiliary legions as well (3,000 each) also containing equipment like archers and artillery. The Roman Legions recieved a complete restructure after the start of the  Roman-Hellenic conflicts to solve and improve the Legions on flexibility and adaptability along with equipment. Proletarianisation of the army is already underway to quickly refill lost numbers. The state would also issue standard equipment to all but the veterans (who would be able to afford their own at this time). The navy, after suffering numerous defeats at sea, began to look into Greek tactics and shipbuilding in order to improve their navy. 
    • 100,000 Legionaries
    • 24,000 Auxiliaries
  • Economy: Gold and silver coins are minted around the Republic, with a new coin minted for every new Consul.
  • Demographics 
    • Population: +16,000,000
      • Rome (Capital): 150,000
      • Neapolis: 50,000
      • Caralis: 20,000
      • Atvasium: 100,000 (indirect)
      • Other cities: 3,180,000
      • Rural areas: 6,500,000
    • Ethnicity: Remaining latins in the region are exceptionally rare over the past centuries and were held in high regard within the tribal population, sometimes ruling as the regional nobility class. Latin language in the region itself is extinct but names and ethnicity still lives on in pockets. Explanation for nobility is that Latins were employed in elite units that were held in high regard and retired veterans commonly built a nobility status. They were absorbed into the Roman identity, but they make up a lot of the ruling class since their overthrow of the monarchy. 
      • 40% Roman, 30% Greek, 20% Atlasii, 10% other.
    • Religion: 60% Cult of Romulus, 40% Other
    • Literacy rate: 10%
  • Events
    • (continued, lets hurry this along) Roman-Hellenic Conflicts (since 137 BC): Seeing success in Greece, Roman Legions in Tarsus pushed westward into (OTL) Syria in 95 BC to reach the city of Adol before the Seleucid Empire by 80 BC. Meanwhile the Romans had gathered enough legions to push for Athens after taking heavy losses (only to be replenished by local auxiliaries from populace and newblood legions) taking the city in 90 BC. By 88 BC, the replenished Roman numbers invaded all the cities in coastal Anatolia (including Crete and Cyprus) in 85 BC in order to bring a more swift end to the Roman-Hellenic conflicts (which had been going on for around for roughly ridiculously long 60 years), then to invade inland in 80 BC to kill off any resistance.
    • Conquest of Escoesia (90 BC to 85 BC): Since the Roman-Hellenic conflicts had exhausted naval transportation over the past 60 years (despite improvement), the Romans marched 4 legions in Italy to conquer Escosia/Escoesia swiftly in order connect lands (the thing is just sitting there for the most part anyways). 
  • Diplomacy:
    • Aegeans: Seeing your delay for surrender, we shall make a swift annex of all your lands.
    • Valencia: We shall let you participate in the war, but only if you join us with protectorate/autonomous status similar to Atlas.
    • Escoesia: We annex you in order to connect our lands.

Sultanate of Muscat

  • Government: Absolute Monarchy
    • Sultan: Khaliid al-Qazi (B 163 BCE D 121 BCE) (R 141 BCE - 121 BCE), Rauid al-Qazi (B 139 BCE, still alive) (R 121 BCE - Present)
    • Economy: Based around fishing and trading mostly. With the spices (maybe?) from the east we become rich by selling them to nearby peoples.
    • Capital: Muscat
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Muscat: 4444
      • Rural areas (AKA everything else): ~15,100
      • Ethnicities: 98% Omani (if that's a thing, idk a demonym for Muscat), 2% Azd tribes
      • Religion: 100% Folklore and Tribal beliefs
    • Wars and Conflicts (italics: Potential War):
      • Fortifications: Both land and seashore fortifications are built around the country.
    • Military: Total of
      • Spearmen: 301
      • Hatchetmen: 188
      • Bowmen: 480
      • City Guards: 85
      • Dromedary Forces: 15
    • Navy:
      • 79 transport ships (can hold around 8-12 men)
      • 40 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have 130 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Adnanites: We come with great riches, we are a rich nation. A strong, rich Arab nation is on the way, we suggest you join.
      • Uputhara Wansura: We bestow upon you, the greatest trade goods of the west.
      • Seleucid Empire: Have some riches from the east, we respect you as the nearby great power.
    • Events:
      • Assimilation of Adnanites: We attempt to assimilate nearby Adnanite tribes by showing off our power and richness with the new riches from our trade partners Uputhara Wansura (spices, maybe, probably?), if they refuse, annexation commences.
      • Slight Assimilation of Aynarab: Using our traded goods from UW (Uputhara Wansura) we attempt to make Aynarab people start to assimilate into our culture and meshing the two cultures into one while keeping our alliance.
      • Building Material Support: We support the Aynarab people with building materials, encouraging them to use them for fortifications, better buildings and building their own city to be used for their capital.

Kingdom of Natick

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
    • Kings (Wampanoagan Dynasty):
      • 125-90 BC: Naupanoit III The Great
      • 90-74 BC: Naupanoit IV
  • Economy: Mainly farming and hunting. Nausets are also fishing in Cape Cod Bay. Mattabesic town Pocasset is the trade center between Natick and Monahtanuk.
  • Capital: Wampanoag
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 50% Nauset, 33% Massachusett, 17% Mattabesic.
    • Total Population: 22 000 inhabitants.
    • Religion: 100% Paganism
    • Settlements: The two only towns are Wampanoag and Pocasset. Wampanoag is lived by 1698 inhabitants and Pocasset is lived by 1150 inhabitants. Other inhabitants live in rural areas (villages). Pomeiock is the largest village-type settlement with 685 inhabitants.
  • Wars and Conflicts: none
  • Diplomacy:
    • Monahtanuk: We offer you to unite with us.
  • Event: 
    • After failed spying: The last spy was killed by a wolf, so the King did not get any information about Monahtanuk. However, King Naupanoit III decided to ask Monahtanuk's King to unite with Natick. He became The Great because of procreation promotion in Natick.
  • Military:
    • Spearmen: 600
    • Slingers: 500
    • Archers: 600
    • Swordsmen: 500
    • Axemen: 120
    • Border guards: 150
    • Spies: 1 (retrained)

Agousta 

  • Government: Absolute Monarchy
    • King: Antonio I la Agousta (B 201 BC D 158 BC) (R 182 BC - 164 BC) fernando I la Agousta (B 189 BC D 125 BC) (R 164 BC - 120 BC) Antonio II la Agousta (B 133 BC D 90 BC) (R 120 BC - 95 BC) Carlos I la Agousta (B 108 BC - Still alive BC) (R 95 BC - Present BC) 
    • Economy: the economy is based on agriculture, trades and fishing. A lot of the money goes to the army since we need weapons and stuff for the war(s).   
    • Capital: Algecia
    • Demographics:
      • Population: total of 311,612
      • Algecia: 55,412
      • Donos: 34,460 (might be much, don't know how big population Carcaros and Galacia had)
      • Sufax: 30,312
      • Ceuti:16,981
      • Saches: 3990
      • Rural areas: ~170,000
      • Ethnicities: 70.5% Agoustan, 0.5% Galacian, 25% Carcarosian
      • Religion: 99.5% Agoustan Paganism, 0.5% Galacian Paganism 
    • Wars and Conflicts:
      • Bebers Defense Line: We put 4,917 troops on the border with Berbers because they might attack any moment. 
    • Military: Total of 18,669
      • Spearmen: 5,761
      • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 4,754
      • Bowmen: 3,101
      • Cavalry: 3,853
      • Torchmen (they burn up tents and stuff after the main invasion but do also have daggers if someone attacks them): 1200
    • Navy:
      • 128 transport ships (can hold around 11-15 men)
      • 63 large transport ships (can hold around 21 men) (some large transport ships become galleys)
      • 41 galleys
      • 52 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have around 833 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Rome: We ask you nicely if we can trade.
        Coast
      • Berbers: We will annex your south western coast. (we will stand ready if they invade)
    • Events:
      • Agoustan Paganism: We teach the Galacian citizens the Agoustan Paganism slowly turning them Agoustanians.
KdmTurn75-50B

Turn XXXV: 75-50 BCE

Events & Great People:

  • The Gladitorial War & Spartacus: A Roman slave by the name of Spartacus escapes during a battle in Aegea, and recruits thousands of slaves and low class members of society to overthrow the Roman courts. He amassed a force of 40 000 men, and ravaged the eastern coast and south of Italy. Spartacus, a great leader with a charm that inspired thousands dies in a crucial battle during the invasion of Arretium, where he and his army are dealt a fatal blow, crushing the rebellion. 4 000 are crucified in east Italy for being an enemy of Rome
  • Posidonius: The Aegen philosopher writes several texts of the Gauls, during his visit of Northwest Rome. The Aegean philosopher writes most of the few texts about the Gauls
  • Lucretius: The Roman poet writes the "On the Nature of the Universe". According to Lucretius's frequent statements in his poem, the main purpose of the work was to free all of mankind's mind of superstition and the fear of death

NPC Turns:

  • Yang: They conquer more of the Daevite confederation, gaining their entire border with the Kambo-Gandhar, who hold a crucial part of the Silk road. The tribes of Kambo-Gandhar are invaded in one of the worst massacres in history to this point, where over 60% of the 500 000 people are slaughtered and the rest, being women and children annexed to the Yang Dynasty
  • Daevite Confederation: They collapse under the invasions. They become mostly Daevite tribes, but some border tribes become Korean and Tungusic
  • Satavahana: They annex more Dravidian tribes in an attempt to become more powerful than Goriwala
  • Goriwala: They conspire with Au Lac, the demise of Siam. Goriwala attacks west Siam in a chain of fierce attacks claiming swathes of land and thousands of fresh soldiers claiming more fresh land and staying to occupy, and repeat. They annex Bangkok and the whole west of Siam and make peace
  • Au Lac: They agree with Goriwala to destroy Siam. They invade again, Capturing Krong but stumbling in Pattaya, leaving a sliver of Siam to survive with a massive army.
  • Kioku: They conquer the whole western Naruto island and swiftly move onto Naruto, capturing it. Genocide is commited with the wiping of the Jomon populations and assimilation of them into the Ainu cultures. But the centuries awaited unification was not to last, as three years later the Kioku collapses to 7 different nations, all lead by power hungry Shoguns. Kioku, Naruto, Hatshushima, Okayama, Kagomoto, Yatomi and Uwajima
  • Parthia: Roman-Hellenic Wars had prevented such Empire to rise, but it was time. The New Empire arose around the Central Asian regions with aims to conquer and replace the Seleucid Empire, already taking much of their territory around the first decade.
  • Valencia: Intimidated by Roman might from the recent war, they agreed to autonomous status in exchange for participation and gain in future wars, so long as they have a say in government. Eventhough many resented the idea, as only a few decades ago they'd left the vassal position held over them by the Atlasioi, but now they'd be under even heavier governance that wasn't truly their own. Instability began brewing in the region
  • Uputhara Wansura(To Muscat): Thank you. have some fine delicacies of the east
  • Monahtanuk(To Natick): We want to stay sovereign, but an alliance is still a worthwhile endeavour, let us become even better friends(You can't annex them since you're both equally strong)
  • Berbers(To Agousta): Nope, we own this land, not you

Egypt

  • Government
    • Ptolemy VIII (83 BC-present)
  • Military: Most of the elite army are Hellenic, but due to a severe shortage of manpower in the region of Greeks and sheer distance from Greece to Egypt, the dynasty resorts to establish military colonies to encourage immigrants to settle and increase manpower of the elite. Conscription was already attempted and was successful during the conquest of the Canaan Kingdom, but all of the conscripts are relieved from their duty in fear that military training would lead them to become better soldiers against the kingdom. But it is expected that conscription would come back again as soon as Roman expansion began to heavily threaten the integrity of the Hellenistic world.
    • 40,000 phalanxes
    • 30,000 other soldiers
  • Economy: The Nile is used for trading locally, while outside domestic affairs, the Mediterranean Sea is used instead. Coins are also minted in Egypt.
  • Demographics: Still keeping this up.
    • Population: 5,200,000
      • Alexandria (Capital): 320,000
      • Memphis: 240,000
      • Heliopolis: 150,000
      • Abydos: 90,000
      • Thebes: 310,000
      • Gaza: 59,000
      • Jerusalem: 130,000
      • Tyre: 69,000
      • Damascus: 100,000
      • Byblos (this city is slightly above Tyre I think): 75,000
      • Ptolemais in Cyrene (formerly Yhwh/Yahweh): 35,000
      • Cyrene (formerly Siarcuan): 50,000
      • Valeria (formerly Valyros): 60,000
      • Other cities: 790,000
    • Ethnicity: An assimilation trial initiated by the previous Ptolemaic kings is underway to create a group of Hellenised Egyptians by exposing some of the native children to other non-Egyptian material by their tutors (usually Greek), thus making it easier for them to gain manpower for the elite and reduce tensions in a hypothetical scenario. This would also be a tedious trial as well.
      • 78% Egyptian, 5% Aegyptian (Hellenised Egyptians), 2% Jewish, 3% Hellenic, 12% other
    • Religion:
      • 78% Egyptian paganism, 8% Hellenism, 2% Judaism, 12% other
    • Literacy rate: 14%
  • Events:
    • Building up defences: Same last turn.
    • Depopulation of urban areas: A new population trend had began to affect Egypt itself. More people are turning to rural areas with many minor cities were shrunk to large towns or even abandoned. Ptolemy VIII said that he didn't care how Egypt would be affected by this, saying that farming yields will increase and "prosperity" will be achieved.

Sultanate of Muscat

  • Government: Absolute Monarchy
    • Sultan: Rauid al-Qazi (B 139 BCE D 70 BCE) (R 121 BCE - 66 BCE), Yusaaf al-Qazi (B 100 BCE, still alive) (R 70 BCE - Present)
    • Economy: Based around fishing, some agriculture and trading mostly. With the spices (maybe?) from the east we become rich by selling them to nearby peoples. Trading with Uputhara Wansura is a large and essential part of the economy.
    • Capital: Muscat
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Muscat: 4671
      • Rural areas (AKA everything else): ~15,105
      • Ethnicities: 98% Omani (if that's a thing, idk a demonym for Muscat), 2% Azd tribes
      • Religion: 100% Folklore and Tribal beliefs
    • Wars and Conflicts (italics: Potential War):
      • Army Equipment: It is improved to be able to withstand the hot climate better and for longer times.
      • Outposts: Several smaller outposts are built by the Gerrhan border as they are still a vassal of Seleucid (I think atleast) and may attack.
    • Military: Total of
      • Spearmen: 325
      • Hatchetmen: 200
      • Bowmen: 484
      • City Guards: 88
      • Dromedary Forces: 20
    • Navy:
      • 82 transport ships (can hold around 8-12 men)
      • 42 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have 134 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Adnanites: We keep selling spices and other gracious items from the east to Adnanite tribes to befriend them and eventually assimilate them.
      • Parthia: We offer to sell our spices to them.
      • Aynarab, Rhabi, Qata and Suraban: We offer a defensive pact and non-aggression pact between all of us as we may be caught in the crossfire with the large war in the north.
    • Events:
      • Developed Script: Our script develops more.
      • Richness of the Sultan: After all the selling and trading and becoming quite a rich nation, the Sultan is now an incredibly rich person, having jewelry and other expensive things in the royal areas and on his clothing.
      • Palace of Muscat: A grand palace is built in Muscat, where the Sultan lives.
      • Exploration: More naval exploration occurs, discovering more of Uputhara Wansura's coast, giving larger oppurtunities for trade, although not much more of the coast due to the distance and shortages of food and other supplies. Other areas discovered include more of the southern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, small parts of the Horn of Africa and the islands of the Socotra Archipelago, which the explorers later consider to be colonized, but not yet due to the distance and the difficulty of supporting such a colony.

Kingdom of Natick 

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
    • Kings (Wampanoagan Dynasty):
      • 90-74 BC: Naupanoit IV 
      • 74-55 BC: Nipnognit IV
      • 55BC-8AD: Arthur III the Immortal (born in 70 BC, died in 8 AD)
  • Economy: Mainly farming and hunting. Nausets are also fishing in Cape Cod Bay. Mattabesic town Pocasset is the intensive trade center between Natick and Monahtanuk.
  • Capital: Wampanoag
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 50% Nauset, 33% Massachusett, 17% Mattabesic.
    • Total Population: 22 447 inhabitants.
    • Religion: 100% Paganism
    • Settlements: The two only towns are Wampanoag and Pocasset. Wampanoag is lived by 1700 inhabitants and Pocasset is lived by 1152 inhabitants. Other inhabitants live in rural areas (villages). Pomeiock is the largest village-type settlement with 687 inhabitants.
  • Wars and Conflicts: none
  • Diplomacy:
    • Monahtanuk: We accept your alliance!
  • Event: 
    • Nothing important happened.
  • Military:
    • Spearmen: 600
    • Slingers: 500
    • Archers: 600
    • Swordsmen: 500
    • Axemen: 120
    • Border guards: 130 (formely 150 but reduced due to Monahtanuk being our ally)
    • Spies: 1

Vedena

  • Government: Tsardom
    • Tsar: Yaroslav the Suspicious (76BC-now).
  • Economy: Based on logging, agriculture, handicraft and trade.
  • Capital: Lutsk
  • Demographics:
    • Population:
      • Biggest settlements: 40700. 43.7% live in urban areas.
        • Lutsk: 13400
        • Pryp'yat': 5600
        • Rovno: 2300
        • Kovel: 1600
      • Other ones and rural areas: 17800
    • Ethnicities: 92% are Volynians, 8% are others (Latins, Slavokans, Esceosians, Dacians, Bonra, etc.)
    • Religion: 96% are Vedenian pagans, 4% are other beliefs
  • Military: Vedena is almost disappeared from the map, but our tsar Yaroslav decided to build big fortifications around our capital, Lutsk, in order to protect the beacon of civilization in Eastern Europe from the barbarians.
    • Archers: 800
    • Cityguards: 1000
  • Navy:
    • Trade vessels: 200-260
  • Diplomacy:
    • Rome: We know you are quite far away from us, but we ask you to protect our last city from those barbarians. In reward, we agree to be under your protectorate and always support you, especially when our lands will come back.
  • Events:
    • Massive explorations of the Medditerean: Our explorers, scientists and cultural figures are travelling around the Medditerean coast, especially in Roman lands in order to learn the culture of the most progressive part of the World.
    • Fortifications construction: We have started building big fortifications around our capital in order to stay independent and protect our last beacon of civilization in Eastern Europe. 



Roman Republic

  • Government:

    • Consuls:

      • (64) Leonidas Lucidius (76 BC to 70 BC)

      • (65) Gaius Helos (70 BC to 58 BC)

      • (66) Julius Caesar (58 BC to present)


  • Policies:
  • Senate Split!: By 50 BC, corruption and exploitation of newer territories, along with controversial bills had been running rampant through the senate within the last decades. This gave rise to Julius Caesar, a populist military leader who ran for Consul, to promise change. This had angered the more conservative faction, who aligned itself with Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus for 48 BC election after Julius Caesar won the 50 BC election after fears of the Republic's unity waning but has since been stifled through the Gaulish and Greek conquests.

  • Join Rome, live Roman!: A new policy/doctrine is introduced where outside states can request or be requested to join the Empire.

  • Military: There is approximately 20 legions, each contains 5000 to 6000 legionaries each further divided into cohorts with 500 to 600 men each. There are about 8 auxiliary legions as well (3,000 each) also containing equipment like archers and artillery. The Roman Legions recieved a complete restructure after the start of the  Roman-Hellenic conflicts to solve and improve the Legions on flexibility and adaptability along with equipment. Proletarianisation of the army is already underway to quickly refill lost numbers. The state would also issue standard equipment to all but the veterans (who would be able to afford their own at this time). The navy, after suffering numerous defeats at sea, began to look into Greek tactics and shipbuilding in order to improve their navy.

    • 100,000 Legionaries

    • 24,000 Auxiliaries

  • Economy: Gold and silver coins are minted around the Republic, with a new coin minted for every new Consul.

  • Demographics

    • Population: +20,000,000

      • Rome (Capital): 150,000

      • Neapolis: 50,000

      • Caralis: 20,000

      • Atvasium: 100,000 (indirect)

      • Other cities: 5,180,000

      • Rural areas: 14,500,000

    • Ethnicity: Remaining latins in the region are exceptionally rare over the past centuries and were held in high regard within the tribal population, sometimes ruling as the regional nobility class. Latin language in the region itself is extinct but names and ethnicity still lives on in pockets. Explanation for nobility is that Latins were employed in elite units that were held in high regard and retired veterans commonly built a nobility status. They were absorbed into the Roman identity, but they make up a lot of the ruling class since their overthrow of the monarchy.

      • 40% Roman, 30% Greek, 20% Atlasii, 10% other.

    • Religion: 60% Cult of Romulus, 40% Other

    • Literacy rate: 10%

  • Events

    • (continued, lets hurry this along) Roman-Hellenic Conflicts (since 137 BC): Seeing success in Greece, Roman Legions finishes off Aegea once and for all. Facing them in a final battle for control of the central Hellenic world.

    • Caesar's Conquest of Gaul and Celatin: In 59 AD, Julius Caesar led a conquest of Gaul and Celatin, facing serious opposition forces but managed to conquer both regions with several legions under his belt by 50 AD.

  • Diplomacy:

  • Gaul: Under Julius Caesar's conquests, we annex all your lands with the help of allied tribes.


    • Celatin: Same for you.

    • Vedena: Of course we shall help. We will send 2 expeditionary Legions to help maintain order in your city. But we request that you should also settle within the lands of Illyrics and Gerios if you want to be a part of the glorious Empire.

    • Agostos: We request that you should join as part of an autonomous province of the Empire. You shall be provided with 2 starting local legions and are able to participate/benefit in future conquests. Join Rome, Live Roman! (I ask because Rome is supposed to conquer you irl by this time but I would like to pursue a more quick/peaceful option first to save headaches)

Tribal Confederacy of Westria

    • Leader: Oleg V von Schmidt (B 113 BC - still alive) (R 95 BC - present)
      • Government: The Confedercy is ruled by a chief.
      • Demographics:
        • Population:
        • Vienna: Population: 45,020
        • Pölen: Population: 20,768
        • Konr: Population: 11,780
        • Rich: Population: 14,500
        • Rural population: 110,000
        • Total population: 202,068
        • Religion: Pagan (100%)
        • Ethinicities: 73% Westrian, 25% Gelatins, 2% Escosians.
      • Economy: We are based on agriculture.
      • Army: Total of
        • Spearmen: 4,250
        • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 895
        • Bowmen: 670
        • Cavalry: 345
      • Events:
        • Expansion: Expansions are stopped for now.
      • Diplomacy:
      • Roman Empire: Oleg have decided to ask to join the Roman empire as an autonomous province. As we see that we clearly wouldn't be able to protect ourself just as the escosian nation in case they would attack which feels very likely.
KdmTurn50-25B

Turn XXXVI: 50-25 BCE

Events & Great People:

  • Cicero: The great Roman philosopher, orator, linguist and translator dies, leaving behind him massive change. His influence on the Latin language was so immense that the subsequent history of prose in not only Latin but European languages would be affected forever by his works.
  • Vercingetorix: The Gallic leader who united the Gallic tribes into a massive war against the Romans. The tribes were disunited, warring between each others, but Vercingetorix was able to unite the tribes to fight the incoming threat of Roman subjugation. He is finally killed by Rome after the second attempt to retake Nimer by the Gauls

NPC Turns:

  • Yang: Due to the high cost of updating the massive infrastructure all around the grand nation, Hainan is abandoned, leaving it for Au Lac. Expansion is halted and asserting dominance in all the conquered regions continues
  • Gauls: The Gallic tribes attempt a last invasion, led by Vercingetorix. The horde of 19 000 perish finally at Nimer where the first invasion failed as well, with the best fighters dead in Occitia, the resistance is scarce, but still many young men rise up to fight the Romans, but two years after occupation the futility of such an act becomes common knowledge as many are made examples of. Gallia is annexed
  • Celatins: They fall as well, failing to create united front against the Romans
  • The Vedenan Legions: The 2 Roman legions sent to Vedena suffer great losses in Esceocia, being ambushed at night and murdered when sloppy on watch. The Legions burnt down several villages on their way, attracting even more hatred towards them. When they reached Vedena, the critical situation in the nation was dire, and the 3 500 legionaries left wouldn't be of much help against the tens of thousands men awaiting behind the walls of Lutsk and the plains beyond. Was this voyage worth the sacrifice?
  • Latins, Esceocians, Proto-Balts: They capture more Vedenan land, including Pripyat, leaving only the city of Lutsk under the Vedenan government and the last villages that weren't burnt yet. A massive Latin invasion followed the Roman legions, 7 000 men swarmed the city of Lutsk, and burnt the western side of the city, eventhough of the fortifications made by the Vedenans. Their assault is eventually beaten back by the Roman and Vedenan defenders, fatally exhausted
  • Malacca: They conquer the last hold of Siam
  • Satavahana: With the Goriwalans taking Siam, they invade the last Dravidians and annex them, then heading to Uputhara Wansura, vassalizing it.
  • Scythia: The Seleucid loyal king is assassinated by his general who takes his place, ending the vassalization of Scythia
  • Parthia: They conquer more of the seleucid lands, capturing Kathe, Susa and tons of land in the mountains
  • Tistu: They invade Yin after decades of hostile politics, gaining their western lands and remaking the infrastructure to be more like Tistuan infrastructure
  • Yin: With the war against Tistu, they invade North Tistu quickly claiming Mariuvoq but are put to a stalemate with Tistu, thousands die until peace is made and the prince and princess of Tistu and Yin are married to ease relations
  • Aegea: The greatest empire the world had ever seen, was beaten by the Romans, adopting the place of Aegea and the Hellenics, and some of their culture. Tens of thousands flee to Bactria and Aegypt

Agousta 

  • Government: Absolute Monarchy
    • King: Antonio I la Agousta (B 201 BC D 158 BC) (R 182 BC - 164 BC) Carlos I la Agousta (B 108 BC D 30 BC) (R 95 BC - 30 BC) Antonio II la Agousta (B 50 BC D Still alive BC) (R 30 BC - Present BC) 
    • Economy: the economy is based on agriculture, trades and fishing. A lot of the money goes to the army since we need weapons and stuff for the war(s).   
    • Capital: Algecia
    • Demographics:
      • Population: total of 350,155
      • Algecia: 60,412
      • Donos: 37,460
      • Sufax: 32,312
      • Ceuti: 13,981
      • Saches: 5,990
      • Rural areas: ~200,000
      • Ethnicities: 70.5% Agoustan, 0.5% Galacian, 25% Carcarosian
      • Religion: 99.5% Agoustan Paganism, 0.5% Galacian Paganism 
    • Wars and Conflicts:
      • Bebers Defense Line: We put 4,917 troops on the border with Berbers because they might attack any moment. 
    • Military: Total of 18,669
      • Spearmen: 5,761
      • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 4,754
      • Bowmen: 3,101
      • Cavalry: 3,853
      • Torchmen (they burn up tents and stuff after the main invasion but do also have daggers if someone attacks them): 1200
    • Navy:
      • 136 transport ships (can hold around 11-15 men)
      • 65 large transport ships (can hold around 21 men) (some large transport ships become galleys)
      • 43 galleys
      • 54 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have around 853 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Rome: We accept. on one condition (we get this part (in picture) between Donos and valencia so it doesn't look to wierd) (25 BC)
        Namnlös (1)
    • Events:
      • Captial: We change our capital to Madria (26 BC).
      • New City: A new city is built at the center of the Iberian region. (We make it a big project.) (Start: 50 BC Expected time to be finished: 27 BC) The name will be Madria.

Kingdom of Natick

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
    • Kings (Wampanoagan Dynasty):
      • 55BC-8AD: Arthur III the Immortal (born in 70 BC, died in 8 AD)
  • Economy: Mainly farming and hunting. Nausets are also fishing in Cape Cod Bay. Mattabesic town Pocasset is the intensive trade center between Natick and Monahtanuk.
  • Capital: Wampanoag
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 50% Nauset, 33% Massachusett, 17% Mattabesic.
    • Total Population: 25 576 inhabitants (before war).
    • Religion: 100% Paganism
    • Settlements: The two only towns are Wampanoag and Pocasset. Wampanoag is lived by 1817 inhabitants and Pocasset is lived by 1237 inhabitants. Other inhabitants live in rural areas (villages). Pomeiock is the largest village-type settlement with 701 inhabitants.
  • Wars and Conflicts: Naticko-Abenaki war (34-9 BC)
  • Diplomacy:
    • Abenaki: Our lands are overloaded with people and we want to expand our territory. Your people settled in former northern Nipmuck settlements and you own an island to the southeast of our territories. That's why we declare war to you.
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    Events: 
    • Naticko-Abenaki war: Arthur III mobilised Natick Army and in 34 BC declared war to Abenaki tribes in the north. At the start of war Natick invaded the southern part of Abenaki territory, however, in 28 BC Abenaki tribes started contraattack against Natick Army but they were stopped in the middle of our conquered territories (our northern border is marked in the map). The Front exists in the same line until 21 BC.
    • New City: In 30 BC we established a new town called Bosotonuc (marked in white north to Wampanoag city)
  • Military (before war):
    • Spearmen: 800
    • Slingers: 800
    • Archers: 800
    • Swordsmen: 800
    • Axemen: 300
    • Border guards: 140
    • Spies: 2

Nordicium

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
  • Queen: Astrid X Schnee
  • Economy: slow but stable increase
  • Population: 267,700 (87% Nordicite Germanic, 4% Akershusi Germanic, 5% West Dizilyans, 1% Sami, 3% Vesnians) (excl. Danska)
  • Religion: Norse (100%) 
  • Major Settlements:
    • Stavanger: 10,500 
    • Bergen (capital): 35,000
    • Ålesund: 9,000
    • Molde: 9,000
    • Oslo: 13,500
    • Trondheim: 8,000
    • Leirvik: 8,500
    • Valkyrjashavn: 3,500
    • Rural areas: ~172,200 
  • Military: 4000 active personnel, 2700 reserves. (excl. Danska)
    • 2500 shielded spearmen 
    • 1000 dagger users
    • 500 archers (using bows)
  • Navy 
    • 285 trading ships (trade routes to Danska and Caledoni)
    • 65 wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 10-15 men)
    • 20 larger wooden transport vessels (each can transfer about 15-25 men)
    • 85 triremes.
    • 35 galleys.
    • 900 sailors
  • Diplomacy:
  • Wars and Conflicts:
  • Disasters: none, thank Odin and Freyja.
  • Events

Vedena

  • Government: Autonomous province in the Roman Empire
    • Governor: Dmytro the Wise (48BC-34BC), Lucius III (34BC-28BC), Dmytro II 28(BC-now).
  • Economy: Based on logging, agriculture and trade.
  • Capital: Lutsk
  • Demographics:
    • Rural areas: 19400
    • Biggest settlements: 13000. 40.1% live in urban areas.
      • Lutsk: 9800
      • Byliny: 3200
    • Ethnicities: 39% are Volynians, 28% are Illyrics, 25% are Gerios, 6% are Romans, 2% are the rest (Latins, Slavokans, Dacians, Bonra, etc.)
    • Religion: 49% are Vedenian pagans, 26% are Illyrican pagans, 24% are Gerios pagans, 5% are other believers
  • Military: In the new place, our governors tried to build a new army as fast as possible and modernise it in order to be able to protect themselves from barbarians.
    • Archers: 500
    • Shortswordsmen: 500
    • City guards: 300
  • Navy: The rest of our trade navy couldn't be transported with us during the great migration, so currently we don't have big naval forces. Even though there is no direct access to the coast or a big river, we still have started constructing our own trade navy and using it on Black and Mediterranean seas to trade with other provinces and civilised countries like Tistu or Arashena. Now we have 80 little trade vessels.
  • Diplomacy: -
  • Events:
    • New Lutsk: During last 10 years, we were building a new capital city - Lutsk, which is placed in the centre of all our controlled territories. It means the restoration of our nation and the beginning of the new era.
    • Expansion to the north: We started expanding on all sides, but mostly to the northern lands.
  • Features of Vedena:
    • New era: We were suffering for a long time and now it seems that everything is pretty quiet. We are under Roman protection, but also we have to support them. We are in completely different place, so we must adapt to the new circumstances. In addition, we don't have to rival Illyrics and Gerios people. In our new country, everyone is equal and have same possibilities. Instead of fighting, we live and work together.  Such values like freedom and liberty are pretty much respected. One day we will return to our old places and rebuild previous Lutsk!

Roman Republic [1](Former) | Roman Empire (new)

  • Government:

  • Consuls:
  • (66) Julius Caesar (58 BC to? 44 BC) (Disputed with Pompey)
  • (67) Pompeius Magnus (48 to 45 BC) (Disputed with Caesar)
  • (1, Emperor) Augustus Octavian (27 BC to present)
  • Policies:
  • Fall of the Republic, rise of the Empire: After conflicts with Caesar, whom declared himself dictator in 49 BC to make things easier to manage due to wars, some parts of the senate decided to elect Pompeius Magnus. However, Caesar does not recognize this as he was in the Rhine at the time. Marching back to Italy, he crossed the Rubicon and marched into Rome. Pompey promised to uphold the Republic, fearing Caesar would tear down its institutions, and led a campaign against Caesar. Caesar lost his life after assassinations despite winning the brief civil war. But his adopted son Octavian arose with a triumvirate before falling into a civil war yet again. After winning, he declared the Roman Republic an Empire and made himself Emperor in 27 BC. 

  • Join Rome, live Roman!: A new policy/doctrine is introduced where outside states can request or be requested to join the Empire.

  • Military: There is approximately 20(+8) legions, each contains 5000 to 6000 legionaries each further divided into cohorts with 500 to 600 men each. There are about 8 auxiliary legions as well (3,000 each) also containing equipment like archers and artillery. The Roman Legions recieved a complete restructure after the start of the  Roman-Hellenic conflicts to solve and improve the Legions on flexibility and adaptability along with equipment. Proletarianisation of the army is already underway to quickly refill lost numbers. The state would also issue standard equipment to all but the veterans (who would be able to afford their own at this time). Each autonomous province has their own legion

    • 100,000 (+40,000) Legionaries

    • 24,000 Auxiliaries

  • Economy: Gold and silver coins are minted around the Republic, with a new coin minted for every new Consul.

  • Demographics

    • Population: +26,000,000

      • Rome (Capital): 150,000

      • Neapolis: 50,000

      • Caralis: 20,000

      • Atvasium: 100,000 (indirect)

      • Other cities: 6,180,000

      • Rural areas: 19,500,000

    • Ethnicity: Remaining latins in the region are exceptionally rare over the past centuries and were held in high regard within the tribal population, sometimes ruling as the regional nobility class. Latin language in the region itself is extinct but names and ethnicity still lives on in pockets. Explanation for nobility is that Latins were employed in elite units that were held in high regard and retired veterans commonly built a nobility status. They were absorbed into the Roman identity, but they make up a lot of the ruling class since their overthrow of the monarchy.

      • 40% Roman, 30% other, 20% Greek, 10% Atlasii.

    • Religion: 60% Cult of Romulus, 40% Other

    • Literacy rate: 5%

  • Events

  • Caesar's campaign in the Rhine: In 48 BC, Julius Caesar led a small campaign against the Latins and Celtic tribes before reaching the Rhine, he later ordered to establish a proper border along the Rhine.
  • Caesar's Assassination, Roman Civil Wars, rise of Octavian: (See Fall of the Republic, Rise of the Empire)
  • Egyptian Control (agreed with Ethan): During one of the Roman Civil Wars, Egypt fell under control of Rome after several battles across Egypt. During Octavian's time, Marc Antony and Cleopatra fought against the Romans as a last desperate attempt against them before collapsing, leaving Egypt under Roman control (and became autonomous province).
  • Diplomacy:

  • 'Agostos: 'We accept.

  • Egypt: We will take direct control of Libya (asides from Cyrenaica) and the Levant but leave you control of Egypt proper

Shogunate of Ezo

  • Government: Shogunate
    • Shogun: Herumetto (47 BC - present)
    • Dynasty: Toyuso
  • Economy: Mainly based on agriculture and fishing.
  • Capital: Kyūshigai (present-day Sapporo)
  • Demographics:
    • Biggest settlement: Kyūshigai (20,000 inhabitants)
  • Military: 
    • Elite Forces (Samurai): 50
    • Swordsmen: 600
    • Horsemen: 200
  • Events:
    • Expansion: Ezo expands, aiming to conquer all of Hokkaido.

Sultanate of Muscat

  • Government: Absolute Monarchy
    • Sultan: Yusaaf al-Qazi (B 100 BCE, still alive) (R 70 BCE - Present)
    • Economy: Based around fishing, some agriculture and trading mostly. With the spices (maybe?) from the east we become rich by selling them to nearby peoples. Trading with Uputhara Wansura is a large and essential part of the economy.
    • Capital: Muscat
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Muscat: 4722
      • Ibri: 1244
      • Rural areas (AKA everything else): ~15,202
      • Ethnicities: 98% Omani (if that's a thing, idk a demonym for Muscat), 2% Azd tribes
      • Religion: 100% Folklore and Tribal beliefs
    • Wars and Conflicts (italics: Potential War):
      • War Against Rhabi
    • Military: Total of
      • Spearmen: 354
      • Hatchetmen: 202
      • Bowmen: 486
      • City Guards: 92
      • Dromedary Forces: 25
    • Navy:
      • 90 transport ships (can hold around 8-12 men)
      • 48 trade ships
      • Although not part of the navy we have 140 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Satavahana: Can we still trade with Uputhara Wansura, despite them being a vassal of you?
      • Suraban and Qata: Shall we trade?
    • Events:
      • Palace of Muscat: The Palace of Muscat is expanded upon and decorated more.
      • City of Ibri: A new city is settled near the border with Gerrha called Ibri.
      • Colonization: Several transport ships and fishing ships filled with supplies are sent to the Socotra archipelago to colonize it. Some of the ships are to stay to make sure the colony is sustained and will be able to stand on its own.
      • Relationship Effort: We try to be neutral in the conflict to the north as we have supported both the Seleucids and the Parthians
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Turn XXXVII: 25 BCE - 1 AD

Events & Great People

  • Jesus of Nazareth (Jesus Christ): The general consensus among modern scholars is that Jesus Christ was born in Judea, Aegypt on the year of 4 BC.
  • Virgil: The great Roman poet writes the Aeneid where a Trojan refugee named Aeneas struggles to fulfill his destiny and arrive on the shores of Italy, and many other great works which shaped the European literacy
  • Horace: he writes many poems as well
  • Strabo: The Greek historian writes the Geographica, which presented a descriptive history of people and places from different regions of the world known to his era
  • Vitruvius: The Roman writer, architect and engineer finishes writing De Architectura (known today as The Ten Books of Architecture), a treatise in Latin on architecture, and perhaps the first work about this discipline.
  • Comet Halley: It makes an appearance in 12 BC.

NPC Turns:

  • Yang: They construct a big portion of the Great wall of Yang to keep the Daevites away from the grand empires lands. With the reinvigorated strength of the empire, enhanced infrastructure and new taxation they reconquer the Hainan island. With the majority of the east conquered, and the conquest of the west portraying itself as suicide, the cost of sending and maintaining an army for invading Bactria, Goriwala or Au Lac seemed too wasteful. But to the emperors delight, there were two more nations in the east, Xia and Gojoseon. Xia had proven itself to be too risky to invade with the island fortified exactly for a Yang invasion, but Gojoseon was weaker and had a land border with Yang. 27 000 men were sent to retake Hsiking, which had been lost centuries ago, and the province of Beijing was tasked to annex and clear a way for a larger army to pass through tribal Korean and Daevite lands. Beijing wasn't cooperative, but after the emperor threatened the army would first stop at Beijing the governor decided to annex the tribes. Hsiking fell in a matter of months as the Gojoseon army wasn't prepared for a fight of such magnitude. Emperor Xie led the northern assault himself with 47 000 men raining down on the Gojoseonese defenders. Songnim was reached when Autumn came and the Emperor presented the king of Gojoseon a deal. Be vassalized or be destroyed. A deal was also sent to Xia, "Become a protectorate of the Yang empire, and let the hostilities cease, and trade flourish"
  • Xia: They become a vassal of Yang
  • Gerrha: Agitated by the establishment of Ibri, they amass an army at the border of Muscat and demand the city for themselves
  • Rhabi(To Muscat): We shall join your alliance with gratefulness
  • Qata, Suraban(To Muscat): We shan't join your alliance, we don't see it as beneficial to us, but trade would be nice
  • Satavahana(To Muscat): As long as you trade with us too
  • Abenaki: They lose many southern tribes and fail to fully unify against the invasion, but many flee up north, leaving the Abenaki bitter towards the Natick, massacring all traders and some border villages
  • Ainu: The tribes are extremely hostile towards the colonizing Gojoseonese and within a year they kill all the colonists

Sultanate of Muscat

  • Government: Absolute Monarchy (Sultanate)
    • Sultan: Yusaaf al-Qazi (B 100 BCE D 11 BCE) (R 70 BCE - 11 BCE), Faisal al-Qazi (B 31 BCE, still alive) (R 11 BCE - Present)
    • Economy: Based around fishing, some agriculture and trading mostly. With the spices from the east we become rich by selling them to nearby peoples. Trading with Uputhara Wansura and Satavahana is a large and essential part of the economy.
    • Capital: Muscat
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Muscat: 4755
      • Ibri: 1356
      • Rural areas (AKA everything else): ~15,300
      • Ethnicities: 98% Omani (if that's a thing, idk a demonym for Muscat), 2% Azd tribes
      • Religion: 100% Folklore and Tribal beliefs
    • Wars and Conflicts (italics: Potential War):
      • War Against Gerrha (and probably Seleucid and Arashena as well)
      • Conscription: We will probably be going to war, so we conscript more people and prepare our armies, which are all sent to the border.
      • Warships: Galley-like ships are created to be used for the war, however since we are a little late with creating a navy and the ships being created a little rapidly, they are not as strong as they could be, but not weak either.
    • Military: Total of
      • Spearmen: 400
      • Hatchetmen: 235
      • Bowmen: 495
      • City Guards: 100
      • Dromedary Forces: 45
    • Navy:
      • 95 transport ships (can hold around 8-12 men)
      • 55 trade ships
      • 20 warships (galleys pretty much)
      • Although not part of the navy we have 142 fishing ships.
    • Diplomacy:
      • Satavahana: Of course, we shall establish trade with you ASAP.
      • Gerrha: We shall not adhere to your foolish demands!
      • Qata and Suraban: Sure, let's trade then!
      • Aynarab and Rhabi: Prepare your armies! The foolish Gerrhans have demanded our city of Ibri and we shall not allow it, we are going to need your help in this conflict.
      • Parthia: Your enemy is about to attack us, we could help you, which would benefit us both, do you accept us on your side? The enemy of my enemy is my friend and all that.
    • Events:
      • Order: We suggest (in quite a serious manner, obviously) that most of Aynarab and Rhabi's armies be put on the border with Gerrha, with others defending their own realms or possibly be used for other tactics.
      • Colony of Socotra: We try to maintain it by having people go there with food and other supplies to make sure the settlements there survive.
      • Ideas of Arab Brotherhood: The Arab nations near us have been brought closer to friendship, ideas of a larger brotherhood and potential unifications spark in the minds of both philosophers and regular citizens within our realm.

Kingdom of Natick

  • Government: Tribal Monarchy
    • Kings (Wampanoagan Dynasty):
      • 55BC-8AD: Arthur III the Immortal (born in 70 BC, died in 8 AD)
  • Economy: Mainly farming and hunting. Nausets are also fishing in Cape Cod Bay. Mattabesic town Pocasset is the intensive trade center between Natick and Monahtanuk.
  • Capital: Wampanoag
  • Demographics:
    • Population: 49% Nauset, 32,4% Massachusett, 16,8% Mattabesic, 1,8% Abenaki
    • Total Population: 26 085 inhabitants (after war, including soldiers).
    • Religion: 100% Paganism
    • Settlements: 
      • Wampanoag: 1765
      • Pocasset: 1245
      • Pomeiock: 785
      • Bosotonuc: 230
      • Rural areas: 22060
  • Wars and Conflicts: Naticko-Abenaki war (34-9 BC)
  • Diplomacy:
    • Abenaki: Although our borders are empty, we are always ready to attack you again. (Offers ceasefire for recogniting current borders and paying reparation in 9 BC)
  •  Events: 
    • Naticko-Abenaki war: The Front existed as northern border until 21 BC. Then, Abenaki tribes united their powers and started massive attack of our soldiers. We lost 5 battles but we retreated to Bosotonuc to restore army. However, we lost the town to Abenaki and retreated to Wampanoag again! Some men were taken to our army again and in 14 BC the enemy started the Siege of our capital. New reinforcements from Pomeiock arrived to surroundings of Capital and raided the enemy. Then, the armies were combined and it started driving Abenaki soldiers out of our lands. When we regained our newly-conquered territories, they asked us to stop the war. They recognized the new borders and started paying reparation for us. The war ended in 9 BC. The King Arthur III was called as the Immortal.
  • Military (after war):
    • Spearmen: 459
    • Slingers: 655
    • Archers: 546
    • Swordsmen: 427
    • Axemen: 110
    • Border guards: 98
    • Spies: 1

Roman Province of Westria

Leader: Oleg VI von schmidt (B 70 BC - D 20 BC) (R 45 BC - 20 BC), Oleg VII von Schmidt (B 40 BC - alive) (R 20 BC - present)
    • Government: The Confedercy is ruled by a chief.
    • Demographics:
      • Population:
      • Vienna: Population: 50,020
      • Pölen: Population: 23,768
      • Konr: Population: 12,780
      • Rich: Population: 16,500
      • Rural population: 121,000
      • Total population: 224,068
      • Religion: Pagan (100%)
      • Ethinicities: 73% Westrian, 25% Gelatins, 2% Escosians.
    • Economy: We are based on agriculture.
    • Army: Total of
      • Spearmen: 1,250
      • Shortsword and Hatchetmen: 425
      • Bowmen: 250
      • Cavalry: 157
    • Events:
      • Expansion: We assimilate a little bit och the Bavaria area
      • Army of the province: The province established a own armed forces to mainly protect themselv and garrison the area.
    • Diplomacy: Nothing for now

Roman Empire

  • Government:
  • Consuls:
  • (1, Emperor) Augustus Octavian (27 BC to present)
  • Policies:
  • Join Rome, live Roman!: A new policy/doctrine is introduced where outside states can request or be requested to join the Empire.
  • Military: There is approximately 20(+8) legions, each contains 5000 to 6000 legionaries each further divided into cohorts with 500 to 600 men each. There are about 8 auxiliary legions as well (3,000 each) also containing equipment like archers and artillery. The Roman Legions recieved a complete restructure after the start of the  Roman-Hellenic conflicts to solve and improve the Legions on flexibility and adaptability along with equipment. Proletarianisation of the army is already underway to quickly refill lost numbers. The state would also issue standard equipment to all but the veterans (who would be able to afford their own at this time). Each autonomous province has their own legion
    • 100,000 (+40,000) Legionaries
    • 24,000 Auxiliaries
  • Economy: Gold and silver coins are minted around the Republic, with a new coin minted for every new Consul.
  • Demographics
    • Population: +30,000,000
      • Rome (Capital): 150,000
      • Neapolis: 50,000
      • Caralis: 20,000
      • Atvasium: 100,000 (indirect)
      • Other cities: 7,180,000
      • Rural areas: 22,500,000
    • Ethnicity: Remaining latins in the region are exceptionally rare over the past centuries and were held in high regard within the tribal population, sometimes ruling as the regional nobility class. Latin language in the region itself is extinct but names and ethnicity still lives on in pockets. Explanation for nobility is that Latins were employed in elite units that were held in high regard and retired veterans commonly built a nobility status. They were absorbed into the Roman identity, but they make up a lot of the ruling class since their overthrow of the monarchy.
      • 50% Other, 35% Roman 10% Greek, 5% Atlasii.
    • Religion: 20% Cult of Romulus, 80% Other
    • Literacy rate: 5%
  • Events
  • Roman Expansion in Berber: Romans expand southward from Atlas and westward to connect the African lands and exploit possible resources rumored to be south of Algeria.
  • Roman Expansion in Balkans: In order to have better protection the Romans moved northward in the Balkans towards the large river of the danube. Along the way, the Romans also sieged Daekos.
  • Diplomacy:
  • Daekos: We shall annex you.