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Eurth blueball.png
Photograph of Eurth, taken during the TBD munar mission in 1973
Orbital characteristics
149598023 km
(92955902 mi; 1.00000102 AU)
365.256363004 d
(1.00001742096 yr)
Satellite ofSan
Physical characteristics
Mean radius
6371.0 km (3958.8 mi)
510072000 km2 (196940000 sq mi)
Volume1.08321×1012 km3 (2.59876×1011 cu mi)
Mass5.97237×1024 kg (1.31668×1025 lb)
Mean density
5.514 g/cm3 (0.1992 lb/cu in)
9.807 m/s2 (1 g; 32.18 ft/s2)
11.186 km/s (40270 km/h; 25020 mph)
Surface pressure
1 atm (100 kPa)

Eurth, also known as Earth (Anglish), Alemi (Oharic), or Aerta (Alemannisch), is the fourth planet from the San. It is the only heavenly body in the cosmos known to accommodate life. There are eight million types of animals and plants in the Wurld. Eight million different solutions to staying alive. Scientific analysis and radiometric determination have concluded that Eurth developed over 4 billion years ago. The Eurth rotates around the San in 365 and ¼ days, a period commonly accepted as Eurth year. The seasons are formed by the inclination of the rotational axis in the direction of the orbital surface.

The Mun is an astronomical body that orbits planet Eurth. It is Eurth's only stable natural satellite. The gravitational relation between Eurth and the Mun has many effects: it causes oceanic tides, stabilisation of the planetary axis, and gradual reduction of Eurth's spin. Eurth is the most solid planet in the Sanar System, and the largest of the Eurrestrial planets.

The wurld contains a large variety of nations where the people speak many languages, such as Anglish, Laimiaic, Fragran, Adapton Aromance, Suverin, Oharic, and Iverican. They also speak thousands of other languages. According to the latest census data, the Eurth is home to about 5 billion euman beings.


The current Anglish word Eurth evolved from an earlier variant of Early Anglish or Old Alemmanisch. The earliest sources mention Erda, Eorðe or Jörð as a translation of Gaia in Occidental Arhoman, and Erta or Eltus in East-Arhoman. In this context, it refers to the ground or dry soil in contrast to the wet sea. In Oharic the word Alemi translates to “wurld.”

In earlier centuries, the name “Europa” was sometimes used interchangeably to refer to the entire planet. However, it only encompasses the northeastern landmass. This was a symptom of old Eurocentric arrogance. As a response to this Eurocentrism, in the 19th century the labels of “Old Wurld” and “New Wurld” were introduced.[a]



Eurth has an approximate total land area of 131,750,000 km2 (50,870,000 sq mi). The remaining 74.17% is covered by water. The land is divided into seven continents. A continent is one of several very large landmasses of the wurld. Identified by convention rather than any strict criteria, we commonly regard up to seven regions as continents. Ordered alphabetically, these continents are: Alharu, Antargis, Argis, Aurelia, Europa, Marenesia and Thalassa. The three continental landmasses of Alharu, Argis and Aurelia are also called the New Wurld. In contrast, Europa is called the Old Wurld. Some people believe the Eurth is actually flat, such as the members of the Flat Eurth Society, but these people are obviously wrong.[1]

Map of the Continents Continent Approx. total area
Alharu 32,400,000 km2 (12,500,000 sq mi)
Antargis 17,800,000 km2 (6,900,000 sq mi)
Argis 17,200,000 km2 (6,600,000 sq mi)
Aurelia 13,500,000 km2 (5,200,000 sq mi)
Europa 40,500,000 km2 (15,600,000 sq mi)
Marenesia 6,500,000 km2 (2,500,000 sq mi)
Thalassa 3,850,000 km2 (1,490,000 sq mi)
  • Alharu means “hot” in Sahrabic. The continent is located between Argis and Aurelia. Much of the Alharun coast was colonised, though parts of it did manage to resist and prosper under indigenous cultures, such as the southern highlands and the massive inland desert. Alharu can be classified as a second-wurld region, with an average GDP per capita of less than $25,000.
  • Antargis means “opposite of Argis.” The continent encompasses the South Pole. Interestingly, a peninsula of the continent is warm enough to be inhabited year-round. The rest of the continent is divided among several powers, with a portion of it being an international zone where any state can build research facilities. Stationing military forces on the continent is prohibited by international treaty.
  • Argis means “white” in Proto-Europan. It is the northernmost continent. Many states here are inspired by Europa and are populated by Aroman or Buranian cultures and ethnicities.
  • Aurelia means “golden” in Occidental Arhoman. It lies south of Alharu. Though technically part of the Alharun continent, Aurelia developed quite differently. The continent is culturally diverse. It is a generally poor area.
  • Europa means “land of the father” in Proto-Europan. It is the northeastern continent. Many states here are inspired by Afro-Eurasia and are populated by cultures and ethnicities of old-wurld origin. Europan nations colonised much of the Eurth. Nowadays, the weakened Europan states are seeking to regain their lost glory.
  • Marenesia means “sea islands” in East-Arhoman. Its islands form the bridge between the old Europa and new wurld. Marenesia is very diverse, both culturally and politically.
  • Thalassa means “sea” in Occidental Arhoman. It is home to many islands that fill the Oriental Ocean. It is home to islander cultures, who sailed their way across the islands from ancient Europa over Marenesia and across to Argis, Alharu and Aurelia.


Wurld map of oceans with approximate boundaries.
Main ocean currents of Eurth.

Eurth is often referred to as the “blue planet”, is distinguished for its vast bodies of water, making it a unique celestial body within the Sanar System. The watery expanses enveloping Eurth's surface, known as oceans, dominate the planetary landscape, encompassing approximately 74.17% of the total surface area. The prevalence and vastness of these oceans play pivotal roles in shaping the planet's climate, supporting a plethora of marine ecosystems, and serving as invaluable resources for human civilizations throughout history. Within the realm of the hydrosphere, the term “ocean” is typically reserved for the largest bodies of saline water. Ancient Aroma, a civilization with vast knowledge, described the concept of Seven Seas. This notion has evolved over the millennia, and post-Elevation (1300-1600), the term has come to represent the seven principal oceanic divisions on Eurth: Adisi Ocean, Adlantic Ocean (north and south), Antargic Ocean, Argic Ocean and Oriental Ocean (north and south). One of the most awe-inspiring features of these vast oceans is their depth. The most profound underwater point is known as the $Name Deep, situated in the $Name Trench within the $Select Ocean. This location plunges to a staggering depth of $Number meters (equivalent to $Number feet), proof of the planet's intricate underwater topography. While oceans are the prominent water bodies on Eurth, several minor seas also punctuate its landscape. These seas, often situated between landmasses, are integral to regional ecosystems and human activities. Some notable minor seas include: Azure Sea, Canamo Sea, Dolch Sea, Kosscow Sea, Qingming Sea, Raga Sea, Sunset Sea, Verde Sea, Whanganui Sea, Ygros Sea. These oceans and seas together serve as the lifeblood of Eurth, fostering biodiversity, influencing global weather patterns, and offering numerous resources that have been indispensable for the development and sustenance of human civilizations. Whether it's through commerce, exploration, or scientific research, the waters of Eurth continue to be central to the story of the planet and its inhabitants.

Tectonic plates

Eurth's major plates.

The lithosphere is the solid part of the Eurth, consisting of the crust and upper mantle. It is made up of 19 tectonic plates that move and interact with each other in a process known as plate tectonics. These plates are around 125 kilometres (78 mi) thick and can be either oceanic or continental in nature. There are many tectonic plates, and their ages can vary. Some plates may have existed for billions of years, while others may have formed more recently. The major tectonic plates, listed from largest to smallest, include the Antargic Plate, the Thallasan Plate, and the Arcton Plate. There is no definitive answer whether some tectonic plates are “fast” or “slow” in their movement, as plate movement can vary depending on the specific location and circumstances. However, generally speaking, plates that are moving more quickly may be more likely to experience more frequent eurthquakes, while plates that are moving more slowly may experience fewer eurthquakes. Subduction is a process that occurs when two tectonic plates collide, with one plate being either pushed down or overridden by the other. This process can lead to the formation of mountains, volcanoes, and eurthquakes.

Eurthquakes occur due to complex processes involving the Eurth's crust, mantle, tectonic plates, and associated forces. One major process involved in eurthquake formation is plate tectonics, which refers to the movement and interaction of large sections of the Eurth's lithosphere. Plate boundaries play a crucial role in eurthquake formation. The three main types of plate boundaries are: divergent boundaries, convergent boundaries, and transform boundaries. At these boundaries, tectonic plates interact in different ways, leading to the formation of eurthquakes. Stress and strain build-up along plate boundaries as a result of tectonic forces. When Stress and strain exceed the strength of the rocks, they break and release energy in the form of seismic waves, which is felt as an eurthquake. The magnitude and intensity of an eurthquake depend on several factors, including the amount of energy released, the depth of the eurthquake's focus, and the distance from the epicentre.

Year Magnitude Location Depth (km) Notes
1896 8.2  Llalta Unknown Around 4,000 people, mostly miners, were killed in the eurthquake and subsequent incidences.[2]
2018 6.7  Gallambria 4.0 Death toll estimates are approximately 1,500.[3]
2022 6.5  Struma Unknown Hundreds to a thousand died, according to the Struman Ministry of Health.[4]
2021 5.1  Tagmatium Unknown Hundreds of casualties were reported.[5]
2021 4.2  Haruspex Unknown Hit the township of Urs'Den, near the Ude'ki mountain range.[6]


Köppen–Geiger climate map of Eurth.

Wladimir Köppen introduced his climate classification in the early 20th century. The system forms the basis for climatic regionalisation and glubal modelling. His collaborators and successors later modified it. It is still used by researchers across a widespread range of disciplines.[7] The Köppen climate classification divides the Eurth into five main climate groups. Each group is further divided by seasonal precipitation and temperature. The five main climate groups are A (tropical), B (dry), C (temperate), D (continental), and E (polar).

  • The biggest desert. The Paran desert in central Alharu is the largest desert on Eurth.
  • The warmest place. The highest natural temperature measured at ground level on Eurth is 52.9 °C at $location in $country.
  • The coldest climate. The lowest natural temperature measured at ground level on Eurth is −87.9 °C at Simon Station in Antargis.

Certain fauna and flora thrive in certain regions due to the local climate, including temperature, precipitation, and humidity. These factors influence which plants and animals thrive and which do not. Understanding this link between climate and plant and animal life helps scientists and conservationists grasp the effects of climate change on ecosystems wurldwide.

Eurth's oceans, seas, and other saltwater bodies host marine habitats, which are home to a range of plant and animal life, including coral reefs, kelp forests, seagrass meadows, and more. These biomes are influenced by temperature, salinity, and nutrient levels, which vary based on location and depth. Coral reefs, for example, are found in shallow, warm waters and are home to coral, fish, and invertebrates. The deep sea is a cold, high-pressure, and low-light environment that supports adapted plant and animal life such as deep-water corals, sponges, and bioluminescent fish. Marine biomes are important for providing habitat and contributing to the global climate system, as well as supporting euman activities like fishing, tourism, and pharmaceutical production.


Eurth map for children.

Eurth is the home-wurld of Eumanity, the only known intelligent life in the Euniverse. The earliest eumanoids were the Europithecus afropensis. It appeared about two million years ago and, in several early migrations, it spread throughout southwestern Europa. This region includes such nations as Yuropa, Wajoka, Noble Nykia, Cabarria, and Afropa. It was likely the first euman species to live in a hunter-gatherer society and to control fire. An adaptive and successful species, Europithecus afropensis persisted for more than a million years. They gradually diverged into new species by around 500,000 years ago. Most notable was the Europithecus saharensis, which adapted to live in a savannah-like climate of that time in Abantium.

The history of Eurth is dotted with the ruins of earlier countries. Those countries have always been at the mercy of its geography. Mountains rise and fall in a cycle of creation and corrosion. Verdant valleys become dry deserts. Rivers flow and flood, or divert and dry up. With time, Eumanity learned to defeat these obstacles. People began to level mountains, terraced slopes with plants, and irrigated the deserts of Amutia or Alharu. Technology allowed the construction of ships to cross the seas, or giant metal birds to climb the skies. But one iceberg can sink the ship, sending a thousand travellers to the bottom of the Adlantic Ocean. And a single hurricane can destroy in one minute a city that took centuries to construct. When rains run too rare, then colossal cities are covered under the sands, as in once-mighty Memopotamia. Or when rain falls too generously, then trees grow to strangle societies, as in Azania. Generations of peoples establish a growing dominance over the Eurth, but their final fate is to become fossils under the fields.



This is a list of countries and dependent territories on Eurth, capital city, population, continent, and government type. The common consensus is that there are 137 countries on Eurth. Except for Antargis, every land area either belongs to or is claimed by one country or another. The list includes sovereign states, inhabited dependent territories and, in some cases, constituent countries of sovereign states. The population figures do not reflect the practice of countries that report significantly different populations of citizens domestically and overall.

Government type distinguishes between:   Monarchy   Republic   Other

Name Capital Population Continent Government type
 Abantium Inhlokodolobha 62,000,000 Europa Theocratic Republic
 Adaptus Novumcastrum 224,540,000 Europa Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Advocatius Victoires 43,421,360 Aurelia Federal Parliamentary Republic
 Afropa Dieudonné 15,300,000 Europa Presidential Republic
 Ahrana Moskovo 27,023,660 Argis Federal Parliamentary Constitutional Diarchy
 Akiiryu Nimarci 75,384,293 Europa Constitutional Monarchy
 Alvernia Soncinia 9,234,678 Marenesia Presidential Republic
 Anatea Solisea 34,230,970 Aurelia Constitutional Monarchy
 Andalla Arkhavn 28,036,248 Thalassa Presidential Republic
 Ateenia Atha 4,321,779 Argis Absolute Monarchy
 Aurivizh Alivezh 13,862,000 Argis Authoritarian Republic
 Aurora Tavares 14,650,803 Alharu Unitary presidential Republic
 Ayubi Alhafa 1,303,569 Europa Absolute Monarchy
 Bainbridge Islands Honolulu 18,900,000 Europa Constitutional Monarchy[8]
 Baltica Goja 14,800,312 Argis Presidential Republic
 Bashan En Gannim 8,146,286 Europa Constitutional Monarchy
 Bruxenburg Leintwerp 8,340,000 Argis Constitutional Monarchy
 Burkini Cronulla 55,786 Thalassa Presidential Republic
 Cabarria Kanamar 26,650,000 Europa Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy[9]
 Cashar Pavat 22,412,566 Alharu Parliamentary Republic
 Chyrcassia Chyrchenya 9,500,000 Europa Monarchy
 Côte de Fourrure Port au Sud 6,000,000 Aurelia Military Stratocracy
 Cristina Cristina 7,453,682 Europa Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Damak Var Avantine 15,500,000 Europa Presidential Republic
 Dazhdinia Gromųva 22,612,108 Argis Federal parliamentary Republic
 Delamaria Labrador 40,170,000 Argis Presidential Commonwealth
 Deltannia Delta 5,220,000 Europa Directorial Republic[10]
 Dolchland Schlammburg 29,283,179 Argis Absolute Monarchy
 Ebrary Ceres 22,130,469 Argis Presidential Republic
 Elde Victoria 12,455,651 Argis Constitutional Monarchy
 Esonice Maimedo 33,753,193 Alharu Constitutional Monarchy
 Espalia Youcenlitna 18,525,210 Alharu Authoritarian Republic
 Euandria Charpesiciun 23,389,041 Europa Semi-constitutional Monarchy
 Eulycea Brisa 5,300,000 Alharu Unitary constitutional presidential Monarchy
 Faramount New Limone 33,800,000 Europa Presidential Republic
 Feluga Sintra 27,113,795 Europa Presidential Republic
 Florentia Montcharmin 26,223,000 Alharu Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Fubukino Akaiyama 28,736,211 Europa Authoritarian Republic
 Fulgistan Bogd Gioro 32,000,000 Alharu Council Republic
 Gaellicia Penzance 28,542,321 Europa Federal parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Galahinda Cascadia 9,517,000 Argis Semi-presidential Republic
Galicia Flag.png Greater Galicia Porto D'Galo 18,344,760 Argis Constitutional Republic
 Gallambria Bromwich 57,990,240 Marenesia Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Garindina Parsa 9,958,401 Argis Semi-Constitutional Federal Monarchy
 Giokto Saipuo 10,278,427 Thalassa Authoritarian Republic
 Girkmand Girk 6,200,000 Argis Parliamentary Republic
 Gotneska Læniguëuíl 19,747,898 Argis Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Great Anglia Godstone 109,734,597 Europa Constitutional Monarchy
 Great Xio Pashae 8,800,000 Aurelia Mixed Regimes
 Haruspex Chel de Yorn 119,733,589 Europa Absolute Monarchy
 Hemahat Khewet 29,159,251 Alharu Presidential Republic
 Hexanesa Gournaion 216,510 Europa Parliamentary Republic
 Hinterlands Nowhere City 38,000,000 Argis Confederal Republic
 Hugostan Grobija 3,231,421 Argis Federal Republic
 Ide Jima Darhan 152,400,000 Europa Authoritarian Republic
 Ionio San Foca 26,768,932 Aurelia Presidential Republic
 Itza Itzal 39,629,000 Alharu Unitary Semi-Constitutional Monarchy
 Iverica Intreimor 59,651,396 Transcontinental, in Argis and Alharu Constitutional Semi-Presidential Parliamentary Republic[11]
 Iwenland Zestrathaven 21,000,000 Argis Monarchy
 Kertosono Ngawi 28,395,261 Alharu Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Kharai Si Khinpūn 30,000,000 Alharu Presidential Republic
 Kirvina Achilleia 34,390,000 Aurelia Constitutional Monarchy
 Kolhar Vakor 39,534,000 Aurelia Authoritarian Republic
 Konalani Halawai 121,480 Thalassa Parliamentary Consitutional Monarchy
 Kotowari Kotowari City 52,860,000 Europa Republic
 Kōri-Chi Dākuōku 40,000,000 Marenesia Absolute Monarchy
 Leszczawka Reszow 37,155,290 Argis Parliamentary Consitutional Monarchy
 Littland Kaslund 21,254,000 Argis Parliamentary Republic
 Llalta Saint Christopher 3,136 Argis Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Louvier Saint-Philippe 17,683,306 Aurelia Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Lusuviya Fliorjinka 28,854,306 Argis Confederal Republic
 Lysia Couer 20,372,959 Europa Parliamentary Republic
 Mahana Jutpandi 27,437,492 Europa Parliamentary Republic
 Manamana Manaca City 361,225 Transcontinental, in Alharu and Aurelia Presidential Republic
 Mantella Modena 47,050,034 Europa Authoritarian Republic
 Mekabiri Piri 9,149,522 Europa Presidential Republic
 Mevraq Minafi Aleasifa 24,103,580 Marenesia Council Republic
 Miiros Orthen 5,750,000 Europa Directorial Republic
 Mitō Kenkyō 9,723,000 Aurelia Absolute Monarchy
 Nanaviit Ataksak 487,623 Argis Constitutional Republic
 Narva Mannarsto 8,900,435 Argis Confederal Republic
 Niederoestereich Ranke 14,906,117 Europa Council Republic[12]
 Noble Nykia Musha 57,450,000 Europa Monarchy
 Norrium Hakbar 25,710,000 Europa Republic
 Nyantastan Arkos 9,998,791 Argis Federal parliamentary Republic
 Orioni O'polis 143,779,160 Europa Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Poja Rugi 25,813,303 Argis Confederal Republic
 Porto Greco Paintaini 8,591,011 Alharu Council Republic
 Prymont New Halsham 12,011,000 Argis Presidential Republic
 Qubdi Taqdir 203,412,021 Europa Presidential Republic
 Red Iberos Porto Premia 26,000,000 Europa Republic
 Renolion Toloa 37,458,992 Europa Semi-constitutional Monarchy
 Republic of Dniester Minsk 40,203,000 Argis Presidential Republic
 Rhava Rhavapura 39,000,000 Alharu Presidential Republic
 Rhodellia Friedrichstadt 10,000,000 Aurelia Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Rinava Kalava 11,071,984 Argis Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Rohini Vali 1,691,876 Thalassa Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Roqoo Bellamy 9,897,654 Alharu Unitary theocratic elective Monarchy
 Safiloa Ponaiga 38,512,203 Europa Directorial Republic
 San Ba Xiàmian 17,660,000 Europa Presidential Republic
 San Giorgio Sabato 0 Marenesia Unitary Republic
 San Jorge Santa Isabel 0 Marenesia Council Republic
 Sanctum Imperium Catholicum Deopolis 23,001,900 Marenesia Presidential Republic
 Sawbrania Levia 0 Argis Presidential Republic
 Schennland Harburg 15,776,998 Aurelia Parliamentary Republic
 Seylos Selbourne 34,354,000 Argis Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Skrovja Ikary 1,927,577 Europa Presidential Republic
 Sporsia Ganris 45,130,102 Europa Parliamentary Republic
 Stedoria Kapojvar 18,727,052 Argis Authoritarian Republic
 Struma Timabria 5,260,000 Argis Parliamentary Republic
 Sunset Sea Islands Sunset City 164,627,827 Thalassa Provisional. All authority vested in a committee of the nation's military leaders for the duration of a state of emergency; constitutional provisions for government are suspended.
 Suverina Chişinău 111,815,000 Europa Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Tagmatium Tagmatika 253,491,524 Europa Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Tamurin Alaghon 80,193,963 Europa Parliamentary Republic[13]
 Tarua Tapaka 629,519 Thalassa Federal presidential republic
 Thransaltz Stahall 45,295 Argis Unitary semi-constitutional Monarchy under a direct democracy
 Transbaltia Tavliga 16,450,000 Argis Semi-constitutional Monarchy
 United Republic of Aurelia Grant, D.C. 27,438,100 Aurelia Federal presidential constitutional republic
 Uppsund Havsborg 25,825,764 Argis Parliamentary constitutional Monarchy
 Variota Ferrefaaierhafen 41,910,000 Transcontinental, in Alharu and Argis Semi-presidential Republic
 Vasqqa Vilvau 12,129,800 Argis Constitutional Republic
 Velaheria Bastaria 30,403,490 Argis Council Republic
 Volhynia Prykarpattia 16,450,000 Argis Unitary Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy
 Volsci Antium 146,520,000 Europa Parliamentary Republic
 Wajoka Mungumji 10,494,000 Europa Provisional
 Walneria Tyrámen 10613560 Argis Parliamentary Republic
 Yien Wëngabiook 6,220,000 Europa Theocratic Republic
 Yuropa Centridge City 61,600,000 Europa Constitutional Monarchy
 Zaxar Sandrica 11,000,000 Aurelia Absolute Monarchy
 Zharr Kaldana City 15,733,589 Europa Semi-Autonomous Colonial Autocratic Monarchy
Eurth 4,069,192,917

Sovereignty disputes

The Eurth edition of Risk game can be used to simulate conflicts.

Former countries

This is a list of historical sovereign states that once existed on Eurth, but have since been dissolved because of conflict, war, rebellion, annexation, or uprising.

State Capital(s) Note Existed
Flag of the Aayan Empire.png Aayan Empire Ghobari Kailali, Vaddkewatta, Kailali Monarchy in the Orient 100s BCE – 50s CE
Banner of the Ahranaian Empire 485-524.png Ahranaian Empire Vulga Supra, Moskova(o), Peterburi Monarchy in Argis, later formed Ahrana ~500 BCE – 1553 CE
Artaxiad coat of arms by PeopleOfAr.svg Andrean Empire Adthens Monarchy in the Occident, historic precursor of the Aroman Empire 4th century BCE
Standard of Cyrus the Great (White).svg Archaeminoan Empire Kobyso, Banogana Monarchy in Azania $year – $year
Flag of Aroma.png Aroman Empire Aroma Monarchy in Occidental Europa 250 BCE – 296 CE
Flag of Egypt (1922–1958).svg Babluqiya Sultanate Taqdir Monarchy in Amutia 13th – 16th centuries CE
Flag of Nunatsiavut.svg Chulo Empire Pa'pi Thalassocracy in South Europa 5th century BCE – 2nd century CE
UFW Flag.svg Federal Republic of Central Alharu (FRCA) San Escobar Country in Alharu 1812 – 1843
Hakenium Hakkadian Empire Dagbad Monarchy in Memopotamia 5th – 14th centuries CE
Flag of Hémus.png Eternal Empire of Hémus Mutina, Lilium, Venetia Monarchy in Amutia 20 CE – 1180 CE
Derafsh Kaviani flag of the late Sassanid Empire.svg Hereskus Empire $city Monarchy in Azania $year – $year
Flag of Cross of Burgundy.svg Iberic Empire $city $note $year – $year
Flag of Chelyabinsk Oblast.svg Humyara Kingdom Dhanaa Monarchy in Azania, became a tributary state of Qubdi c. 100 BCE – 520 CE
 Labradoria Eastminster, Rhodeport Monarchy in Argis, later formed Delamaria 1704 – 1819
LysianColumbia.jpeg Lysian Columbia Alberta Colony in Argis, now part of Delamaria and Fravina 1778 – 1819
Flag of Meda.png Medani Empire Meda Monarchy in Orioni $year – 536 BC
Kingdom of Nassaua Nassaua Meyerville Monarchy in Argis, annexed by Delamaria 1787 – 1852
Flag of Adjuntas, Puerto Rico.svg Sacred Aroman Realm $city Monarchy in Amutia, defeated and dissolved by Nicolas I $year – 1814
Flag of Shakya.png Shakyan Mandalas and princely states Dvaraka Monarchy in Europa 500s BCE – 500s CE
 Skrovja Ikary Monarchy in Amutia 1377 – 1850
 Thelarike $city Monarchy in Burania, split into Deltannia and Tal Shiar 500s – 1500s CE
Bandera de Tupac Amaru II.svg Tuachec Empire Tualcacán Monarchy in Pecario conquered by Iberic settlers 1250 – 1652
Flag of the Gran Colombia (1819-1820).svg United Confederation of Lower Alharu (UCLA) $city Country in Alharu 1742 – 1871
 Xheng Empire Xhengdu Oriental monarchy; destroyed when Buranian nomads invaded and sacked the capital $year – 1029 CE
Australian Aboriginal Flag.svg Yndigenous Minorities of Central Alharu (YMCA) $city Republic in Alharu $existed

Sanar System

The San and its planets.[15]

The Sanar System is a collection of orbiting celestial bodies that are gravitationally bound to the San. The Sanar System began its formation 4.6 Billion years ago as a result of the gravitational collapse of a large interstellar molecular cloud. The Sanar System possesses numerous bodies, the largest beside the San being Satre having a mass over 480 times that of Eurth.

There are 12 to 14 planets in the Sanar System, with the status of Paidios and Pluta as either major planets or minor planets disputed within the scientific community[15].


The San's transition region taken by Hinode's Sanar Optical Telescope

The San is the Sanar system’s singular star, with its mass accounting for over 99% of that of the Sanar system. Due to its massive size the core of the San is hot and dense enough to sustain nuclear fusion, releasing enormous quantities of energy that is radiated out into space heating up the planets and other celestial bodies in proximity. It is due to the San that life exists on Eurth.


Photograph of the Mun.

The Mun is a relatively large, terrestrial, planet-like natural satellite. The gravitational attraction between Eurth and its moon causes the ocean's tides. Some scientists believe the Moon may have dramatically affected the development of life by moderating the planet's climate. The name of the Moon varies in different cultures, being known variously as Muna in Arhoman, Moon in Anglish, Ayibi in Oharic. As of 2020, there were 704 operational, human-made satellites orbiting the planet. There are also inoperative satellites and over 9,000 pieces of tracked space debris. Eurth's largest artificial satellite is the EOS Space Station.

Other planets

The planets of the Sanar System are classified either as the Sanward planets and the Sanway planets, or organised into three groups: inner planets, middle planets, and outer planets. The distinction between the two classifications comes down to whether the planets of Paidios and Pluta are either major planets or dwarf planets within an astronomical community. Most of the scientific community acknowledge Paidios and Pluta as planets in their own right, as their local orbits have been largely cleared of asteroids, though the Dust Belt they are a part of remains. Thus, the 3 groups planetary model is used the most in scientific literature.

Inner planets

The 7 inner planets orbit the region from the San up to the Asteroid Belt. These planets orbit relatively close to the San and are rocky in composition made up of silicate mantles and metal cores. The asteroid belt occupies the orbit between Petrus and Andreus and Satre.[15]. The sanward planets definition also covers the same planets.

Middle planets

In the 1980s, the TAU spacecraft was launched to explore the Middle and Outer planets.

The four middle planets orbit the Sanar region from the Asteroid Belt to the Dust Belt. The dust belt occupies the orbit between Thanatos and Paidios. The dust belt is a large circle of dust similar to the asteroid belt, consisting mostly of icy objects.[15]. The Sanway definition also includes Vanth with the middle planets.

Outer planets

Finally, the three outer planets / dwarf planets orbit the Sanar region from the Dust Belt to the outer reaches of the Sanar System[15] and is the most controversial classification of planets.


  1. OOC. This distinction solves the inconsistency of some older RP stories, published during the years when the community still resided in Europa (region).


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