Erebonian Empire

Imperial Nation of Erebonia

Kaiserlich Nation von Erebonia (Erebonian)
Kejserlig Stat i Erebonia (Jutlandish)
Kejserlig län av Erebonia (Gimlian)
Flag of Erebonia
Flag
Coat of Arms of Erebonian Empire
Coat of Arms
Motto: Vom Land Zum Meer
(From Land to Sea)
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CapitalHeimdall
Largest cityKongsberg
Official languagesErebonian, English
Recognised national languagesJutlandish, Gimlian
Demonym(s)Erebonian
GovernmentUnitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy
• Monarch
Eugent Reise Arnor III
• Prime Minister
Giliath Osbourne
LegislatureParliament
Upper House
House of Commons
Formation
• Constitution Act 999
18 March 999 (1809)
• Heimdall Act
3 March 1110 (1920)
• Independence of West and North Erebonia from the United Kingdom
15 May 1110 (1920)
Area
• 
698,700 km2 (269,800 sq mi)
Population
• X941 (2015) estimate
52,929,326
• Census
52,929,326
GDP (PPP)estimate
• Total
41.078 krone (33.047 Gil)
• Per capita
41,151.87
Gini26.5
low
HDI (2013)Increase 0.919
very high
CurrencyErebonian Mira (ERM) (K)
Date formatdd/mm/yyyy
Driving sideleft
Calling code+81
ISO 3166 codeER
Internet TLD.er

Erebonian Empire , officially the Imperial Nation of Erebonia is a sovereign country in Western Zemuria. It neighbors the Nordic Islands Federation to the north; the Crossbell State and Calvard Republic to the west; and Alteria to the north.

During the 17th to the 19th Century, the country had been a loose confederation of Nordic and German-speaking duchies, provinces, and mountain regions. In 1743, King Valius Reise Arnor III of Erebonia launched a series of massive campaigns that unified the Provinces of Lamarre, Albarea, Kreuzen, Nortia, Crossbell and the Sutherland Province, along with the Viscounty and Baronies of Arseid and Schwarzer to form the modern Erebonian Empire. Since 1783, the Erebonian Empire and the Calvard Republic had been at war over the occupancy of the Crossbell State. The two nations settled their disputes in several wars starting from the Erebonian-Calvardian Wars of 1785, 1787-1797, 1791-1815, 1840-1875, 1883-1901, the First and Second Europan Wars, the War of Lorican Aggression, and the present Imperial Crisis. In 1850, the Erebonian Navy provoked the Royal Navy stationed at the Erebonian island of Iceland under suspicions that the Lucis Empire was preparing to invade its colony of Iceland. The Lucis-Erebonian Wars of 1850-1858 sparked with the Lucian land troops landing and occupying Iceland and invaded the mainland itself. Outnumbering the Erebonian Forces, the Lucis Army occupied the stretches from the Tyhhrenian Plateau, the Lamarre Province, a portion of the Sutherland Province, to the Aragon Mountain Range. The Treaty of Kongsberg was signed, ending the war with the occupied portions of Erebonia remaining under Lucis Sovereignty under the name Dominion of Erebonia. With the Dominion of Alteria, the two dominions established Lucian presence and culture in Zemuria. In 1920, Western Erebonia was returned to the mainland with all Lucis forces and government officials leaving the region and with Alteria being granted indepdence.

What came of the occupation was the development of the Erebonian Empire as one of the leading English-speaking countries in Zemuria with its western citizens inheriting the Western Erebonian English tongue, which is totally derived from the Lucian English whilst the remainder of the country possessed their own variation of the English language, forming the Erebonian English.

Being multi-cultured and falling under the Luciosphere, Erebonia has a rich culture, possessing the 6th largest economy behind Gallia-Bruhl, and having the highest quality of life in Zemuria. The Erebonian Empire is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations and the International Red Cross Association.

Etymology

History

Geography

Major cities and the provinces of the Erebonian Empire


Dependencies

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Government

State and territories

Devolved administrations

Law and criminal justice

Foreign relations

Military

Economy

Demographics

Template:Largest Cities in the Erebonian Empire

Culture