Conscription in Aeia

Listed here are the various laws concerning forced military service in the nations of Aeia.

Country Conscription Age Targeted group Targeted gender Percentage of targeted Length of Service Punishment for Evasion Additional info
 Crylante No N/A While Crylante does not possess a standing military to conscript into, it is recommended for students in late secondary education to learn how to fire a gun, although students are allowed to opt out. The class is meant to rally the population to defend the nation.
 Cuirpthe No N/A Conscription has fallen out practice in Cuirpthe since the 1960s, and was officially banned by the 2001 Citizen's Rights Act, insuring a citizen's right to neutrality in a war. A clause in this law allows the government to reinstate conscription if a situation requires military forces that exceeds what is available.
 Goulong Yes 18-39 All resident citizens All 29% As needed, 4 years maximum Fine of 350,000幣, up to 5 years imprisonment Per the National Service and Conscription Act of 1922, all 18 to 39-year-olds are mandated register with the National Draft Registry, which reserves the power to draft able-bodied citizens if LegCo declares war. Prior to the act, 18 to 39-year-olds were conscripted to serve six months of compulsory military service.
 Liberimery Yes 16-34 All resident citizens Males 100% 12 years (4 years active duty, 8 years reserve) during general mobilization. Suspension of Voting Rights. Possible fines and jail time and revocation of existing enfranchisement. Liberimery practices mandatory military service with optional civil services such as fire or EMS services and non-combat roles for military service. Enfranchisement is granted by showing up at recruitment evaluations.
 Midrasia Yes 18-35 All resident citizens Males 100% As needed 3 years in prison Emergency conscription was re-activated following the outbreak of war between Midrasia and Veleaz.
 Motsvara Yes 16-30 All resident citizens Both 100% As needed 5 years in prison, repeated offense may result in capital punishment. Motsvara maintains a large military force and mandates conscription for any citizens above the age of 16 and below 30. Failure to report for duty can result in jail time or possible execution, though the latter has not occurred since 1984.
 Onza No N/A The power of conscription is not mentioned in the Onzaian Constitution. In 1994, lawmakers passed legislation prohibiting conscription of any form.