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Sovereign Imperium of Haruspex

Flag of Haruspex
Coat of arms of Haruspex
Coat of arms
Motto: Tido aynhc Jelduno, Jelduno ec Meva
Duty earns Victory, Victory is Life

CapitalChel de Yorn[1]
Largest cityPrathen
Official languagesHaru-Dakat
Recognised national languagesAnglish
GovernmentImperialist Military Autocracy
• Empress
Kira'Karn Elemmiire
• Advocate of the Emperess
Kaorin Huat Jargo Vlos
• Senior Minister of the Eighth Circle
Thei'de Kantra Velven
• Senior Minister of the First Circle
Ajax Hur Elemmiire
• Senior Minister of the Second Circle
Kaorin Renor Vlos Elemmiire
• Senior Minister of the Fifth Circle
Tihun Xun
• Senior Minister of the Sixth Circle
Yasa Elemmiire Orn II
• Senior Minister of the Third Circle
Sias Hu'yan
• Senior Minister of the Fourth Circle
Aria Hallas Zun
• Senior Minister of the Seventh Circle
Ria Mel'Ana Velven
• Senior Minister of the Ninth Circle
Beira Vek Elemmiire
LegislatureCouncil of the Nine
Imperial Council of Circles
Imperial Court of Advisory
• 2021 census
CurrencyHaru Credit[1]
Colonial Holding of Greater Kaldana Territories



Welcome to the fact-book dossier on The Sovereign Imperium of Machina Haruspex. We hope you will find all information you would like to know about our country here, and otherwise you can always send a communique through proper channels to that of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The flag of the Haruspex is to portray what has happened and what will happen. The red shows the blood of the Haru that died protecting the Imperium. The black arrows and outline mean death of enemies that will spread like a plague. And the white outlines show the Haru spirit and honor. Another meaning for the white colors outlining the black arrows mean that the Haru are responsible for their enemies death.

The Haru are human, but they believe in ancient myth that they are not children of Adam and Eve, but rather Darklings, the Fae of old and have persisted this via religion and so on for the centuries since unification. Oberon and Titantania are known as the All Father and the All Mother, those that raised the first Darklings of yore from the Eurth itself, and grew them to be beings, before releasing them into the wurld at large, to earn their right to live or to die and fade away, such is the will of the countless ageless.

From such dark denizen of the Eurth, the twisted imaginings of mankind's dreams, did forth the birth of the Haru come from these creatures. As their ancestors they hold homage to these creatures of mythos, those that became the Haru gods and goddesses, and so to do the torches of faith burn for that of the creators, the shapers of those they worship in turn.

So the religion that the Haru have interwoven into their society, culture, daily lives, has them believing the major houses are descendants, bloodlines of this ancient race, of whom became the main gods of their faith, overlooking the hall of pantheons beneath them, of whom the Haru place their faith within.


The state takes efforts to ensure that certain practices and organizations remain within the strict boundaries of Haru law. This task extends into the cultural space as well, where works of art, literature, and other media are considered integral to the national interest as unifying forces and ought to in some way serve the interests of the state, either through the improvement of morale, patriotism, the furtherance of accepted morality or general pacification of the population. During the earlier years of the Principality and then the Sovereign Imperium, media that was critical of the state was entirely banned, however, these restrictions were gradually lifted over time. Regardless of restrictions, clever artists have utilized a number of methods to bypass censorship.

Such as with the rest of the Imperium, restrictions on speech and expression are affected by the tier system. Part of the benefits granted to the higher tier of citizens is a relaxation of restrictions regarding political speech, expressions, and even access to art and literature. The idea being that by gaining higher tiers, a citizen has shown the necessary qualifications to both understand the nuances of the imperial government and society, and understand how to express their opinions on such matters in a way that would not threaten state stability. This has led over time to a level of cultural stratification, where certain forms of art and literature are accessible to citizens of higher tiers while lower-tier citizens must content themselves with the standard mass-produced media and books censored of anything that might approach questionable thinking.

The society of the Sovereign Imperium itself is organized upon a pessimistic outlook on the nature of the wurld and humanity in general. The Imperium, being the product of a civil-war that nearly led to its extinction, will, in general, assume the worst out of anyone's intentions. Collectively humanity is a force for greatness and a towering achievement unparalleled in history. Individual humans, on the other hand, can be prone to decadence, immorality, and rebellion. So with this contrast in mind, those who are not Haru are treated as a potentially existential threat to the survival of the Imperium until pacified or otherwise accepted by imperial decree etc.

As a consequence, instead of trusting in everyone's better nature, it trusts more in the sword of the state to keep everyone in line. Citizen participation in the functioning of the imperial state is mandatory and children are raised from an early age to view their responsibilities to the social whole as more important than what they may individually desire.

There are many incentives offered for those willing to assume greater responsibility in the betterment of the nation, while those who work against society face ever-increasing penalties. This is exemplified in the water rationing that limits, among other things, how long a citizen can take a shower. The purpose is to instill personal discipline in the population. Political theorists in the Imperium caution strongly against the dangers inherent in technology's ability to "do everything and anything" for humanity, turning it into a weak and coddled race too focused on immediate pleasures and an overabundance of luxury. Such post-scarcity economies would, it was feared, render the Haru incapable of fending for itself when that technology inevitably fails either due to war or disaster.


The erratic and often at times confusing southern neighbor the GHET, has placed a bit of stress upon the Haru citizenry over the years. Both nations have endured an immense amount of adversity during the long period of their proximity to one another, and the Haru have been significantly toughened by years of saber rattling and so on. Their experiences introduced new values into Haru culture. The need for adaptability, tenacity and education increased, and nationalism was revived. These contemporary attitudes have intermingled with older traditions. The new cultural combination has worked in favour of the country’s development, seeing the nation rebound and thrive economically, and begin to heal psychologically.

Haru have come to understand the longstanding agony, hardship and oppression they have experienced as ‘Daync uv dra seht’. Daync uv dra seht is the collective feeling of frustration that has built up in the Haru psyche from the stress over the long periods of time. The release of this energy (or manifestation of Daync uv dra seht) is seen in the rise of extreme nationalism, an incredible work ethic and an intense focus on prosperity. However, some have argued that daync uv dra seht has also made Haru less generous and more resistant to compromise. Indeed, Haru sociologists believe daync uv dra seht has been a source behind much of the resentment and divisions within society. Nevertheless – tensions aside – the Haru sense of national belonging and pride remains strong. The country is overwhelmingly ethnically homogenous with over 92% of all Haru sharing the same ethnicity. This common identity provides societal unity and also supports the collectivist orientations of the culture


Languages of the Haru

Festivals & Holidays

The two best Oimadeta Syngadc (Yuletide markets) are on the long slope of Khatai Square. The markets' brightly decorated stalls sell wooden toys, Cussian crystal, handmade jewelry, classic Haru marionettes, and plenty of potential for tooth decay: honeyed gingerbread, Pnyetat Bycdno (a braided pastry studded with raisins), and kumtah hacdc' ("golden nests," nutty cookies heavy with rum).

Wash it all down with mead and cfaadfeha simmat (a sweet mulled wine). Dinner consists of wine sausages and carp—you'll see barrels of the fish everywhere. Slip a carp scale into your wallet to ensure an adequate cash flow for the upcoming year.

Yhlacdunc' Vacdejym
Yhlacdunc' Vacdejym (Pronounced: "AE-ha-luah-ku-deoon-ku' FUah-ku-deeay-jaeaem"; "Ancestors' Festival") is a twenty-day Haru religious festival, culminating in celebrations on the 4th day of the first month in the Haru calendar, at the end of Yule.

The first ten days is a time when many citizenry will pay their respects to deceased relatives of up to seven generations. Monks chant the suttas in the old Dakat language overnight (continuously, without sleeping) in prelude to the gates of Ghe'Tor (closest translation is a form of Hell) opening, an event that is presumed to occur once a year, and is linked to the cosmology of Yanji Ki'Ra, First Priest of Nidaba. During this period, the gates of Ghe'Tor are opened and manes (spirits) of the ancestors are presumed to be especially active. In order to combat this, food-offerings are made to benefit them, some of them having the opportunity to end their period of dishonor, whereas others are imagined to leave Ghe'Tor temporarily, to then return to endure more suffering; without much explanation, relatives who are not in Ghe'Tor (who are in Rymmc uv Mekrd (Halls of Light) or otherwise reincarnated) are also generally imagined to benefit from the ceremonies.

In temples adhering to canonical protocol, the offering of food itself is made from the laypeople to the (living) monks, thus generating "merit" that indirectly benefits the dead. However, in many temples, this is either accompanied by or superseded by food offerings that are imagined to directly transfer from the living to the dead.

One the eleventh day of the festival, it will become the Time of the Crows. The ebony winged ones are thought to help guide the deceased into the afterlife, so families with a recently departed loved one will guide a crow (or a child dressed as a crow) through the streets to both honor and aid their deceased to the Rymmc uv Mekrd.

On the last day of the festival, it is the Rite of Passage. It is here that Emperor/ress who believes in the old ways, will ascend to several thousand steps to the summit of the Tyng Sudran temple within Prathen. Here, he or she will accept the deaths of those who've chosen to die as sacrifices to the Goddess Nidaba, Lady of writing, learning and the harvest. As the ruler of the land collects the hearts of those who've chosen to give their lives so that the land may grow, the hearts will be placed within urns and laid before the great statue of Nidaba, daughter of Tyng Sudran, as an offering of daughters and sons, for the next hundred years.
Typical Meals Because of the climate of the Imperium, a simple diet was maintained for much of its history, even before unification. It was only the raiding to foreign lands that new food would be introduced, and not until much later, would technological advancements and geothermal energy utilization provide the possibility of using freshly-grown, locally-sourced ingredients year-round.

Even over the past decades, the nation’s cuisine has blossomed from its humble beginnings into a cosmopolitan affair. Restaurants around the country offer a wide variety of foreign inspired and traditional Haru dishes, inspired by the ingredients found in nature.

However, the Haru citizenry diet’s main elements have changed very little since a thousand years ago. Most popular dishes still involve fish, and lamb.
Sample of Seafood Nyhgavecr or Ranke Fish - can be purchased in any grocery store or at the local markets and is eaten as a snack, either straight out of the bag or with a good amount of butter spread on it.

Vecr'cdaf or fish stew - a simple mix of white fish, potatoes, onions, flour, milk, and seasoning but recently, some recipes also include ingredients like chives, curry, béarnaise sauce, or cheese.

mupcdan or lobster/langoustine - caught in the Northern Thalassaton Ktaigidon waters, langoustines are known for their tasty, tender meat. You can find it grilled, baked, or fried.

Fryma or Whale - is not an everyday food in the Imperium. 45% of whale meat is sold to restaurants, despite international opposition to the practice of whaling.

Breads nuiht noa - a thin, round, rye flatbread with a distinct pattern. The tradition of baking nuiht noa is believed to go back to settlement-times when it was baked on hot stones or straight on the fire’s embers. This method helped create the bread’s signature spotted pattern.

cfaad noa - a dark, sweet-tasting bread with a thick consistency and no crust. Tradition dictates it is baked in a pot placed on the embers of a dying fire, then covered in turf and left to stand overnight.

lehhysuh knyeh - a cinnamon filled bread rolled covered in chocolate, caramel, or sugar glaze.

bivvo knyeh - thin, crépe-like pancakes, usually served rolled up with a good amount of sugar or carefully folded with jam and whipped cream.
Meats Farm Bred - Each spring, the sheep are let out of their pen to roam freely around the countryside, spending the whole summer grazing in the pesticide-free wilderness. Since the climate prevents grain growth, the sheep live on grass, angelica, berries, and seaweed. The meat thus requires little seasoning; it is tender and has a mild flavor.
Smoked Lamb - Though you can find fresh meat in grocery stores and on restaurant menus, a highly recommended dish to taste when visiting the Imperium is smoked Haru lamb or ‘rihksayd.’

Before refrigeration, a popular way to preserve food was by smoking. It not only allowed the meat to last, but it also added flavors. rihksayd or 'hung-meat' is named after the old tradition of smoking the meat by hanging it from a smoking shed’s rafters.

There are two main methods of smoking in the Imperium, ‘penlrfuut’ and ‘tihkryo.’ The material used in penlrfuut is birch wood, while dried sheep dung is mixed with hay for tihkryo.

It is not just rihksayd that is smoked this way. You can also find tihkryo-smoked salmon, sausages, and even beer. Rihksayd is usually boiled and served either hot or cold in slices.

It is a traditional dish served at Yule, usually accompanied by potatoes in béchamel sauce, green peas, red cabbage, and fehdan panno jams.
According to a recent study, around 90% of Haru have this dish at least once during the holiday season.
Smoked, grilled, broiled, slow-cooked, in a kebab or a stir fry, you can find numerous lamb variations throughout the country.
And as with the seafood, whatever you choose will surely be delicious.
But if you like to go native, there are a few things you should try:

Rihksayd sandwich - in thin slices, rihksayd is a popular lunch meat, served on sandwiches or a traditional ‘nuiht noa’ bread.
Saydcuib or meat soup - made of the tougher bits of the lamb, hearty vegetables, and various herbs. Great on a cold winter’s day.
Seqatsayd Sausage - it is made from a blend of lamb, beef, and pork. Try ‘fedr dra fungc’ (with the works), and you’ll get the hot dog topped with crunchy deep-fried onions, raw onions, ketchup, sweet mustard, and creamy remoulade sauce.

Educational Services

The Youth

The Haru Youth Services (Haru: Dra Ryni Ouidr Canjelac pronounced: "DE-raah RAaenee OHooee-de-ra KUahn-jaeeay-luah-ku"), often abbreviated as HYS, is the youth organisation of the Imperium and its territories. Its origins date back to 1901 and it received the name Haru Youth Regiment in August 1906. From 1906 until 1932 (Of which it would then become 'The Haru Youth Services'), it is the sole official youth organisation in the Imperium and its territories, and it is partially a paramilitary organisation; it is composed of the HYS proper for youths aged 12 to 18.

In 1898, the Prathen-based Council of Nine established its official youth organisation called The Youth of the Bannner (Dra Ouidr uv Dra Pyhhan, pronounced: "DE-raah OHooee-de-ra oo-fu DE-raah PEae-ha-haahn"), abbreviated as YoB often. It was announced on 8 March 1900 in the Hall of the Nine, and its inaugural meeting took place on 13 May the same year. Shortly after this, The Haru Youth Services, was established in 1901, within the Renor Elemmiire stronghold city-state of Tambov, it serves to train and recruit future members of the Ehdanhym Calinedo Canjelac (ECC, Internal Security Services). As time progressed it would over shadow the YoB, and merge the other service into itself, taking on its duties as well.


The members of The Haru Youth Services are viewed as ensuring the future of the Imperium and they are indoctrinated in the Haru ideology, including religion. The HYS includes many of the activities of the Boy Scouts, including camping and hiking. However over time it also became more of an academic institution, with both studies in the sciences, medicine, and other forays of interest, much like one might do at a college or some sort.

Many of those accepted into the HYS often get a chance at furthering education, and as such, the HYS is often times mutually exclusive to commoners as children from houses already have this access.

However, alongside this, many activities closely resemble military training, with weapons training, assault course circuits and basic tactics. The aim is to instill the motivation that would enable its members to fight faithfully for the Imperium as soldiers, if that was the path they so desire to endure.


The Haru Youth Services are organised into corps under adult leaders, and the general membership of the HYS consists of boys and girls aged 12 to 18. The HYS is organised into local cells on a community level. Such cells have weekly meetings at which various doctrines are taught by adult leaders. Regional leaders typically organise rallies and field exercises in which several dozen HYS cells will participate. The largest gathering usually take place annually at Prathen, where members from all over the Imperium will converge for the annual Imperium Victory Day Rally.

The HYS maintains training academies comparable to preparatory schools, which are designed to nurture future leaders. The HYS also maintains several corps designed to develop future officers for the Haru Imperial Legionary (Armed Forces). The corps offers specialised foundational training for each of the specific arms for which the member is ultimately destined. The Sea Haru Youth Services (Sea-HYS), for example, serves as an auxiliary to the HIN. Its symbol is a rising sun with over the national banner. A program entitled Ninym Ouidr Canjelac (Rural Youth Services, Pronounced: "Neenaem OHooee-de-ra KUahn-jaeeay-luah-ku") was designed to teach specifically chosen rural youths training for future labor leaders and technicians, its emblem is a hammer and a wrench over the national banner.

The Haru Youth Services has a number of monthly and weekly publications, internet service and a phone service, among them are the Ryni Ouidr Canjelac Hafc Sehida (Haru Youth News Minute), the Ouidr Makeuh (Youth Legion), Ouidr Hafcvaat (Young Newsfeed). Other services include Ouihk Esbaneis Had (Young Imperium Net), an internet service specifically designed for youths, and also ROC Damalus (HYS Telecom), a service that provides members of the HYS with access to phones and a government provided plan.

Past & Current Leaders

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Government Type: Imperialist Military Autocracy

Ideological Stance: Neo-Epicurean

Nation Leader:

  • Kira'Karn Elemmiire - The Empress, Matriarch of the Nation.

Senior Councilor:

  • Kaorin Huat Jargo Vlos - Advocate of the Emperess, Zero Circle - [HIS - Haru Intelligence Services]

Council of the Nine, Heads of Government, Advisory to the Empress:

  • Thei'de Kantra Velven - Eighth Circle [MRAA - Ministry of Religious Affairs and Applications]
  • Ajax Hur Elemmiire - First Circle [FTA - Ministry of Foreign Trade Affairs]
  • Kaorin Renor Vlos Elemmiire - Second Circle [SCMCC - Military Command and Control], and the [NIRC - Northern Imperial Military Command]
  • Tihun Xun - Fifth Circle [NCAC - Naval Command and Control]
  • Yasa Elemmiire Orn II - Sixth Circle [IOESM - Industrial Oversight and Environmental Services Ministry]
  • Sias Hu'yan - Third Circle [FAM - Foreign Affairs Ministry]
  • Aria Hallas Zun - Fourth Circle [MTSM - Medical Technology Services Ministry]
  • Ria Mel'Ana Velven - Seventh Circle [ECC - Imperium Security Services]
  • Beira Vek Elemmiire - Ninth Circle [SHPSM - Social, Health and Population Services Ministry]
  • Vice-Lord Terak Ve'Elemmiire - Senior Diplomat of the Foreign Affairs Ministry, adjutant to Duke Sias Hu'yan. Serving as an intermediary between the Imperium Throne and that of the GHET.

National Council:

  • Kija Varis Zun - House Varis Zun - Commander of the 1st Legion, House Varis Zun
  • Tiyu Havsu Bel'la Kyorl - Chief Information Officer, Haruspex International Armaments [HIA]
  • Tizar Hiy'Yan - Vice-President & Chief Operating Officer, Haruspex Aero Design [HAD]
  • Dikan Yaro - Executive Minister, Ninth Circle [SHPSM - Social, Health and Population Services Ministry]
  • Maori Hallas Velven - Executive Minister, Sixth Circle [IOESM - Industrial Oversight and Environmental Services Ministry]
  • Tarte Yars - Executive Officer, Imperial Merchant Alliance, [IMA]
  • Henno Gaius - Executive Officer, Fourth Circle [MTSM - Medical Technology Services Ministry]
  • Hura Sa'Yao - Senior Advisor, City-State Residential Services Ministry, [CSRSM]
  • Eula Vek Elghinn - Senior Advisor, First Circle [FTA - Ministry of Foreign Trade Affairs]
  • Ruta Vek Elemmiire - Senior Diplomat, serving the needs for relations with Ateenia.

The government of the Sovereign Imperium is a borderline stratocracy, where military and civil governance go hand in hand. Citizens are encouraged and even required to work for the government for a certain period of time, whether it be in the armed forces or in civil governance. The government of the Imperium is widely accepting of all races, creeds, and ethnicities, though this attitude is born more out of a practical need than an altruistic one.

The Imperium is divided into multiple city-state/regional commissariats that govern large swaths of the Imperium's territories. These governing bodies act as smaller replicas of the imperial government and have provided the Imperium the flexibility and capability to govern such a large population spread across the Eurth.

The Imperium's commissariats are separated by 2 different distinctions:

Executive power in the Sovereign Imperium is held by the Council of the Nine, a coalition of nine nobles of various government service and high ranking military leaders, each of whom also acts as the head of one of the government's departments. Acting as the head of the state and the Council of the Nine is the Senior Councilor, a first among equals who has special powers that were created to allow the Council to act quicker and more decisively in times of emergency, as well as being the most trusted advisor to the throne. Senior Councilors are elected for twenty-year terms, though this can be shortened or lengthened depending on extraneous circumstances.

The National Council, consisting of lower ranked nobles, military officers, merchants and so on, has been criticized as being largely ceremonial. While the National Council, in theory, has the power to create and modify laws, in practice, they act as a rubber stamp for laws that the Council of the Nine has already decided to pass. There are very few instances in the Sovereign Imperium's history where the National Council did not agree with the Council of the Nine.

The Sovereign Imperium acts as a hereditary led autocracy, however, many opposition parties exist as approved alternatives and are allowed to function within the National Council. Not much is known about the approval process, with the exception that any opposition parties must remain subordinate to the nation's interest.

The City States

The Haru City-States

Tiered Citizenship

Perhaps the most unique aspect of the Imperium's government is the tiered citizenship structure. As citizens become more effective and useful members of society, their citizenship tier can rise, granting them more rights and privileges. A popular punishment for minor crimes is the reduction of a citizenship tier, which can restrict their freedom of speech, freedom of movement, and countless other details of daily life that go as far down as the amount of water allotted to a citizen's showers each month. Frequently, such verdicts come paired with specific criteria for the reinstatement of a citizen's tier.
These Tier levels compare to contemporary economics/living standards as of current.

Despite the Haru penchant for authoritarian/autocracy of a sort, it’s still mostly a meritocracy. People will go up and down in tiers multiple times in their life. You’re not destined for poverty, but you’re not going to stay at a high level just because you’re born there.

Productivity earns your place in this system.

  • 0: Dissident.
  • 1-3: Varying degrees of criminal or incarceration tiers.
  • 4-5: Basic income. But with universal healthcare and military conscription this is more than likely a place everyone’s been at some point. So there’s no shame in being here, only staying here. Non-skilled labor is in this category.
  • 6-8: Lower middle class to middle class. Educated-skilled workers, clerks, military enlisted, and the like. Probably a good portion of the population.
  • 9-11: Upper middle class. A level to aspire to, maybe two houses, a few luxuries. Tradesmen, craftsmen, educators, senior military enlisted, professionals.
  • 12-13: Upper class. Small business owners, junior officers, junior politicians, bankers.
  • 14-16: Court class. Imperial nobles, senior military officers, politicians, corporate leaders, minor celebrities.
  • 17-18: High class. Minor house lords, high ranking military, high ranking politicians, captains of industry, well known athletes and artisans.
  • 19-20: Regent class. Major house lords, heads of major corporations, occasional war veteran military leader. Etc.
  • 21-24: Royal class. These people are so few in numbers (across the entire imperium's territories) that they spend the resources to not be noticed. And arguing if someone’s on tier 21 or 25 is considered rude anyway. They have the financial power to control entire city-states, perhaps multiples of such and tend to self police themselves for the good of the nation. The common citizen may have heard of “the 21 Club” but probably couldn’t name a single member.
  • 25: Imperial class. Emperor or Empress, they're associated family members named as possible successors should the House and bloodline they represent, be chosen to lead the nation. The lives of the Imperium are at their mercy and control, as are the choices of where to lead them.

Judicial branch

Tribunal of Atonement (Supreme authority of the Tribunal is appointed by the monarch after designation by the council; all other officers of the Tribunal are appointed by the council)

The Laandstrad

Houses major and minor within the imperial domain.

Mainland Major Houses, Pure Bloodlines:

  • Mzil Velven - One of the oldest houses in the imperium. Foundation of the Imperial Army.
  • Buki Elghinn - Almost as old as the Mzil Velven, created during the foundation of Prathen.
  • Bel'la Kyorl - Involved in governing the imperial territories, from humble beginnings as a farming collective.
  • Renor Elemmiire - Has had more emperors and empresses then any other Laandstrad member house in the history of the Haru.
  • Tagnik Zun - Founded in the oldest city, Chel'de Yorn.
  • Jargo Vlos - First House to be created after the Renor Elemmiire came into being.
  • Kalinka Elemmiire - Born of Ajax Hur Elemmiire and Queen Ena of Ateenia
  • Renor Vlos - Created after the marriage of a Renor Elemmiire main bloodline noble and a daughter of the Jargo Vlos bloodline within the city-state of Taganrog early 1700's.

Mainland Minor Houses:

  • Varis Zun - A relatively new splinter line to the main Tagnik Zun.
  • Varin Zun - A relatively new splinter line to the main Tagnik Zun.
  • Vlos Zun - Mostly based in Kaldana. Formed in the early 1990's as the colony was founded.
  • Hallas Zun - Widespread splinter line that can be found in Yaris, Tambov, Prathen, and Belaya City-States.
  • Grail Zun - Founded in Tiksi during the 1950's.
  • Vek Elghinn - Founded in Tambov city-state, in or around the mid 1930's.
  • Vek Elemmiire - Founded in Ulan-Ude, a prestigious splinter of the main Renor Elemmiire, has existed since the early 1700's.
  • Hallas Elemmiire - Founded in Yaris in the 1970's, has received praise numerous times over the years as stoic defenders of the nation.
  • Hallas Velven - Also from Yaris, founded within the last century.

Kaldana Splinter Houses:

  • Keric Zun - A relatively new splinter line to the main Tagnik Zun. Has claimed Veska Township within the Zharrian Frontier as its territorial home.

Disavowed Houses:

  • Sargtlin - The main line came into existence right as Ulan-Ude was being built in the 1600's, yet was banished from being noted as a house within the central imperial domain due to the majority of its leadership siding with the false emperor and inciting insurrection in the Northern Territories.
  • Sargtlin Velven - Once an honorable and of note splinter bloodline to the Mzil Velven, founded in the start of the 19th century, this house fell to corruption and acts of treason against the imperial throne during the days of Ji'Mar.


Haru Imperial Legionary
HIL Equipment
Ballistic Missile Development

Foreign Relations

(WIP. List of allies and partners. Membership of international organisations. Diplomatic rules and regulations. Brief overview of ongoing conflicts.)


The sovereignty dispute over the lands of Zharr, Ishakor, and the Midlands known in the Imperium as the "Western Territories" and in the Occident known as " Marmakite Territories," occupied by the nomadic tribes in 1980, now administered by independent factions and claimed by Machina Harusepx, remains the primary sticking point to signing a peace treaty formally ending hostilities; Machina Haruspex's unilaterally declared exclusive economic zone in the Ranke Sea, the site of intensive hydrocarbon prospecting. The latest incidents include the annexation of the Northern Territories (Beautancus), and the seizure of North Korninon.


Machina Haruspex Domestic Statistics

Government Category: Sovereign Imperium
Government Priority: Law & Order

Civil Rights Rating: Average
Political Freedoms: Few

Income Tax Rate: 34%
Sales Tax Rate: 13%
Corporate Tax Rate: 18%

Major Industries: Arms Manufacturing, Heavy Ore/Mineral Mining, Hydrocarbon Mining, Textiles, Synthetic Fluids, Light Industrial Commodities.

Machina Haruspex Market Statistics

Gross Domestic Product: $1,621,352,402,181.25
GDP Per Capita: $11,497.660
Unemployment Rate: 5.39%
Consumption: $328,141,912,145.92
Exports: $486,728,667,136.00
Imports: $158,586,754,990.08
Trade Net: $79,293,377,495.04

Machina Haruspex Government Spending Breakdown:

Administration: $1,448,724,210,006.75
Government Waste: $172,628,192,174.50

Social Welfare: $40,003,867,252.50
Healthcare: $42,436,210,500.34
Education: $108,436,210,103.68
Religion & Spirituality: $61,726,300.20
Defense: $133,104,505,102.06
Law & Order: $123,104,505,102.06
Commerce: $141,846,905,200.81
Public Transport: $94,948,968,400.27
The Environment: $3,223,567,912.38
Social Equality: $56,461,726,300.20


Ethnic groups

Race: Haru-Dakat (Homo seelie sapien)


Dualism. Two faith types, that of 'Tyng Sudran' and 'Dra Crehehk Cuh' are used to form the chosen religion of the Haru-Dakat people.

God of Light, Goddess of Night, Goddess of Between

Interim, The Pair that Unite: Tyng Sudran: God of Knowledge & Dra Crehehk Cuh: Goddess of Wisdom

Minor gods/goddesses wise, there's Time, Crafting, Technology, Harvest, Fertility, War, Strength, Honor, Cunning, Wisdom, Spirits (not to be confused with the following as it pertains to drinking), Spirit, Law, Justice, Vengeance, Revenge, Death, Legionary. There are quite a few of them.

1. Zeboim: Goddess of the Sea
2. Inyambo, daughter of Zeboim: Goddess of Harvest (Specifically Fish/Assorted Ocean life)
3. Sudika: God of Justice
4. Apisa: Goddess of Justice
5. Aeacus: Judge of Honor
6. Aeneas Judge of Honor
7. Afudohwe: Judge of Death
8. Tikele: Judge of Death
9. Agenor: Judge of Spirit
10. Ntikuma: Goddess of Law
11. Nankonh: Goddess of Revenge
12. Sobe: Goddess of Vengeance
13. Palmares: Goddess of Fertility
14. Alcek: God of Fertility
15. Yeta: God of Harvest (Specifically Grains)
16. Nyame: Goddess of Harvest (Specifically Fruits)
17. Mwin: God of Harvest (Specifically Vegetables.)
18. Thoth: God of the Hunt (Animals of the Forests)
19. Phion: Goddess of Strength
20. Arcas: God of Strength
21. Calais: God of War
22. Chirona: Goddess of War
23. Chrysaor: Goddess of Battle
24. Cycnus: Goddess of Time
25. Danus: God of Time
26. Epaphia: Goddess of Crafting
27. Mnon: God of Crafting
28. Eosi: God of Technology
29. Iasi: Goddess of Technology
30. Nelea: Goddess of Creation (A daughter of Palmares)
31. Peiri: Goddess of Romance (daughter of Palmares and Phle)
32. Phle: God of Creativity
33. Plarex: Muse of Writing
34. Theria: Muse of Entertainment
35. Thelin: God of Coin, and Cunning
36. Yasna: Goddess of Trade, and Spirits
37. Yagir: God of Brewing
38. Feht: Goddess of Wind, (Pilots favorite)
40. Panyi: God of Currents (Wind, breezes, etc)
41. Feaenyun: God of the Legionary (God of soldiers, warriors etc)
42. Krepek: Judge of the Passing
43. Krelia: Judge of the Passing

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