Hulang Lazin

Hulang I of Akai
Ditu of Akai
Yinquan Ditu
Reign4th October 2014-Present
Coronation4th October 2014
PredecessorDitu Jieke I Jilong Lazin
SpouseDibai Lilisi Limei Lazin
FatherDitor Jieke I Jilong Lazin
MotherDowager Dihei Tingzi Lazin

Hulang I Huike Lazin (Akai: ꡇꡕꡋꡀꡍꡆ ꡇꡕꡈꡄꡊꡄ ꡉꡈꡄꡊꡄ ꡌꡀꡂꡇꡈꡊꡎ ꡉꡈꡄꡊꡄ ꡋꡀꡚꡈꡍ) (born 13th of January, 2000) is the fourth Lazin Ditu of Akai and current head of state of Akai. He is also head of Clan Lazin and is the successor to the controversial Ditu Jieke of Akai. So use his early reign has been dominated by the "de-Jiekeification" of Akai with his regent Sanfu rebuilding foreign relationships as well as building trade links with other nations.

He is regarded to be developing excellent political and diplomatic skills made spite some initial difficulties as well as also being described as cold and distant. His reputation continues to be as varied as his father's with allegations of relations with his mother and himself at the midsummer ball as well as maintaining policies in support of Rietumimark and Deweden. Furthermore he has aligned Akai with the Allied states of New Edom, a nation rather controversial in Akai due to its support of the Imperium of Arbites Materia and Akai's historical enemy The Late Roman Empire with the assistance of his uncle Prince-Regent Sanfu. The early years of his reign were mired with political struggle and the end of the "quiet nation" policies that Jieke enforced after the conclusion of the Guizitong. He is also noted for his continued support of Rietumimark and his realist approach to international politics.

Appearance & Character

Hulang is described as having a particular bizarre appearance to those not used to the Lazin's features. He has sharp crimson eyes with black bags beneath them, with are described as coldly inquisitive and particularly astute. He has high cheek bones which gives his face a diamond shape to it. His skin is described as being particularly pale and unusual perfect in appearance. His jawline is particularly neat, his face without any blemishes of any kind aside from some thin scars at the base of his neck. He usually has somewhat long, flowing hair with a sliver-white-gold colour which he inherited from his mother. His nose is slightly flat and short, if slightly rounded, like most of his people. He also is consistently clean shaven, very rarely seen with stubble on his face. He is described as being "dark, quiet and handsome" by Lady Mali Baermali of Dongjing.

His personality is described as being an unusual person with a strange personality. He displays a quiet confidence which is present in his actions. Despite this he is often described as calculating and eccentric. His sister, Princess Lilisi Limei Lazin described him as: "A shadow concealing a furious fire" given his occasionally emotional nature. He displays a consistent desire for perfection and to improve himself, this ambition often drives his actions. He is also noted for his eccentricity, politeness and generally gentlemanly behaviour.

Hulang is generally noted for his interests in history, politics, philosophy and is a keen and very skilled swordsman. He is a relentless duelist, who is reportedly starting to reach master like levels in terms of skill. He received exceptional tutelage in nearly all aspects of his education, with several national and international experts being hired by Jieke. Combined with his prodigy-like results in the celestial examinations. It is believed he will specialise in HPP with the assistance with tutors from Xinzuo university.


Early Life

The Ditor of Akai was born on the 13th of January on the first year of the second millennium to Ditor Jieke and his second wife, the then Dihei Tingzi Lazin. His birth was announced publicly the day afterwards by the Ditor himself in a rare speech. Hulang was kept out of the public eye for much of his life and kept hidden away from much of his closest family by Jieke being raised privately by his father with a few assistants. Hulang began to make his first few public appearances aged twelve when Jieke began his efforts to tour the country on the 30th anniversary of his reign.

His status as Crown Prince was often questioned in secret by those who wished either one of Jieke's brothers or his uncle Zhu-Di who was in de facto exile in Ghant as court liaison. These rumours were dispelled when he began to fulfil his duties as well as also being sufficiently capable to some of the other possible heirs at the time. Combined with this status as the first son of Jieke, he continued to be increasingly accepted as his intelligence was accepted over time.

Outside observers have frequently been curious about Jieke's enigmatic heir given his almost complete absence from public life until 2012 particularly bizarre, especially with his status of Crown Prince. This has been particularly interesting to analyse given the other possible candidates for heirdom in Akai being the experienced Prince Ditoral Zhu-Di, Prince Tai-Yang, Prince Xiang, Prince Ditoral Yanfeng, Qiang and Sanfu. Some speculate that Hulang was ideologically closest to Jieke although this continues into be a mystery for outsiders.

Reign and Regency

According to reports from palace officials, when Ditor Jieke was announced dead in October of 2014, Hulang was brought out from an isolated section of Xungong to be crowned on the 13th of October 2014. His coronation was attended by all of the aristocrats of Akai who could attend, on top of several foreign individuals, some of the most prominent being Nathan IV of Ghant. It was announced that Prince Sanfu would serve as Hulang's regent at that meeting at the recommendation of the Enlightened Conclave and Grand Conclave who saw him as the most experience with such a role among the Ditor's family. It is also believed that this was the first meeting of Ditor Hulang and Honorary princess Amelia Kindaro and Lord Charles Kindaro.

The Ditu's first visit abroad was to New Edom to one of the balls held in the honour of the then Crown Princess Jocasta Obed who was choosing suitors. The Ditu came with three of his uncles, Princes Kazou, Hong and Xiang, however, none were accepted with Michael of Dakmoor.

What after that was his visit to the Inperiala Palace in Ghish for the Midsummer ball which was held in the honour of Crown Princess Jocasta and Prince Michael's marriage. Among the early departure of the Edomites, rumours of the Ditu engaging in an incestuous orgy with his mother and a Moroii emerging from Ghantish aristocracy afterwards. The Imperial Household did not comment on the rumours and has ignored them, with one spokesman declaring them "slanderous conspiracy theories."

The next major event which the Ditu was noted to be present at was the birthday of King Elijah of New Edom who he was noted to be present at. Witnesses report his first sustained interactions with Crown Princess Jocasta there, something which is credited by some scholars to be the start of their political friendship.

It was not long after the New Edomite king's birthday when he understood the right of passage for the Akai, the Dahaoren. Sometime before January, Hulang along with several hundred other noble teenagers were sent along into the Antia hunting grounds to survive on limited resources and to prove one's valour. Reports suggest that he did exceptionally well, thriving in the wilderness and managed to become the dominant chief by securing the majority of resources in the field. He returned to a vast festival of pageantry in the Palace of the restorer where he led the parade on a pale horse. In the celebrations afterwards, some rumours of a violent altercation and duel broke out between him and Lord Zigao Baermali which he won.

Not long after this was Crown Princess Jocasta's visit to Kaizangong which the Ditu hosted. It was here were commentators speculate that their friendship cemented. It was held on his 16th birthday where he also hosted most of the upper nobility of Akai. It is also believed to the be case that this was the meeting where the treaty of Padan was also formalised, signifying improved Akai-Edomite relations.

In March 2016, Hulang is believed to have ordered the Akai fleet to support Rietumimark and move into the North Tempesta. He is also reported to have conducted a visit to Rietumimark also. It is widely speculated that this visit is also the cause of the recently reaffirmed Akai support for the Rietumish in Bergoria.

He also was noted to be present at the Nifonese Congress of Ishikawa where he contributed significantly to the talks.

Hulang is also to have been seen making a public rebuttal of the Human Rights Committee which he saw as an infringement on national sovereignty and a violation of organic rights. This led to a minor diplomatic dispute with the Republic of Adiron and led to the abandonment of Sanfu's efforts to secure access to the Ghantish oil in Eskura.


The involvement of Hulang in deciding policy in Akai has been considerably debated by outside commentators who note that his youth and Prince Sanfu's position as regent along with the seemingly considerable power of the Grand Conclave. Despite this, it seems Hulang has displayed considerable agency in various aspects of the government and has rarely on the past made remarks prefering to work through proxies.

Hulang seems to have rejected the more passive, cautious foreign policy of his father for one which more aggressively advances Akai interests abroad. His reinforcement of Rietumimark, his willingness to engage in alliances - most prominently with New Edom - and his more ambitious approach is seen to be pushed by Hulang.

Domestically Hulang seems to have preserved the status quo of his father, although he did make the noticeable addition of introducing a "Social Credit" system which measures all aspects of a person's life and gives them a Social Credit score. The higher the score, the better citizen you are and the more access to various privledges you can get. The inverse is also true however with more and more restrictions being put onto you the lower your score is. This is combined with penalisation for those who interact with those who have low scores. Hulang's intent for this is widely believed to streamline the old bureaucratic procress of privldeges which the citizenry could access and plans to implament it across Akai by 2020.

Titles, styles, honours and arms

Styles of
'Ditu Hulang I of Akai

Reference styleHis Holy and Exalted Perfection or His ascendancy
Spoken styleYour perfection
Your asecdency
Alternative styleDitu

From birth, he was afforded the title of Crown Prince of Akai as the heir apparent to his father, Ditu Jieke. He also was given various courtesy titles by Jieke to compliment his others.

  • 13 January 2000 – 4 October 2014 : His Celestial Highness Crown prince Hulang Huike Lazin of Akai, appointed heir.
  • 4 October 2014  – : His Holy and Exalted Perfection Hulang Huke Jieke Tingzi Jieke Lazin, first to rule, Ditu of Akai, Son of Heaven. Universal monarch of all beneath Heaven, Inheritor of the Earth, Eternal Guardian of Mankind, Emperor of Emperors, Autocrat of all the Akai, Emperor of Lazinato, Yaosai, Zhaoze, Keng and Xuan, Avatar of Kutu, Most Divine Duke of Xungong and Xiaoxiagong , Enlightened prince of Yahashi, Lord-Grandmaster of the Heiyanshi, Ta yuan shuai, Supreme Master of the Department of State Affairs, Gothic Lord, Grand Master of the Blessed order, Celestial being, Holy Flesh, Architect of the future, World-ruler, He who brings order to reality, Vanquisher of the unfilial, Great Overlord of the Clans, Kehan of Kehan, Lord of Ten Thousand Years Father of the Akai, Regent of Heaven, heir to the Shouditu, heir to Tiao-Li, brother of the sun and moon, the most enlightened guardian of all the Akai.

Shèngshàng, Húláng Húkè Jiékè Tīngzī Jiékè Lǎojīn, Yìnmì Dìtǔ, tiānzǐ, quán dì tiānxià, jì chéng rén dìqiú, wúqióng wèi bào rénlèi, dì de dì, bà tǔ guó bà, dì lǎo jīn guó, dì yàosài guó, dì zhǎozé guó, dì kēng guó, tiān kè hán, tài zhàn gōng xūn gōng yǔ xiāo xiā gōng, kāimíng wángzǐ de yà hāshì, zhǔ dàshī méng miàn hēi yī wèi, dàyuánshuài, zuìgāo zhǔ de shàngshū shěng, gē dé shì zhǔ, hóng zhǔ de xìngfú lìng, xiān, shèng ròu, jiànzhú shī yì, shìjiè tǒngzhì zhě, xiànshí de, zhēngfú zhě wǔ rén, dà bàwáng zōng, wànsuì yé, dōu fù, tiān dìwáng, yìn shǒu dì tǔ,, yìn tiǎo lì, kūn rì yuè, zuì yǒu dào jiāzhǎng quán chén

Shèngthàng, Húftáng Húkè Juékè Tīngcthī Juékè Lǎushīn, Yìnnì Dìsǔ, suāncthǐ, ghiaán gì suāngnuà, shì thhéng 'én gìghuú, ghúghuóng ghèu ftàu 'énftèu, gì ga gì, ftà sǔ giaó ftà, gì ftǎu shīn giaó, gì xàutàu giaó, gì cthhǎucthé giaó, gì kēng giaó, suān kè hán, sàu cthhàn gōng gnūn gōng xǔ gnuāu gnuā gōng, kāuníng ghángcthǐ ga xà hāthì, cthhǔ gàthī néng nuàn hēu xī ghèu, gàxiaánthiaàu, cthiaìgāu cthhǔ ga thàngthū thěng, gē gé thì cthhǔ, hóng cthhǔ ga gnìngrú ftìng, gnuān, thèng 'òia, shuàncthhú thī xì, thìshuè sǒngcthhì cthhě, gnuànthí ga, cthhēngrú cthhě ghǔ 'én, gà ftàgháng cthōng, ghàntiaì xé, gōia rù, suān gìgháng, xìn thǒia gì sǔ, xìn suǎu ftì, kūn 'ì xiaè, cthiaì xǒia gàu shuācthhǎng ghiaán thhén.

ꡓꡇꡄꡍꡆꡓꡇꡀꡍꡆ, ꡇꡕꡋꡀꡍꡆ ꡇꡕꡊꡄ ꡉꡈꡄꡊꡄ ꡔꡈꡍꡆꡚꡈ ꡉꡈꡄꡊꡄ ꡋꡀꡎꡉꡈꡍ, ꡙꡈꡍꡌꡈ ꡃꡈꡔꡕ, ꡔꡈꡀꡍꡚꡈ, ꡑꡕꡀꡍ ꡃꡈ ꡔꡈꡀꡍꡘꡈꡀ, ꡉꡈ ꡂꡇꡄꡍꡆ ꡒꡄꡍ ꡃꡈꡑꡈꡕ, ꡗꡕꡑꡈꡎꡍꡆ ꡗꡄꡈ ꡁꡀꡎ ꡒꡄꡍꡋꡄꡈ, ꡃꡈ ꡃꡄ ꡃꡈ, ꡁꡀ ꡔꡕ ꡆꡕꡎ ꡁꡀ, ꡃꡈ ꡋꡀꡎ ꡉꡈꡍ ꡆꡕꡎ, ꡃꡈ ꡙꡀꡎꡓꡀꡈ ꡆꡕꡎ, ꡃꡈ ꡚꡇꡀꡎꡚꡄ ꡆꡕꡎ, ꡃꡈ ꡊꡄꡍꡆ ꡆꡕꡎ, ꡔꡈꡀꡍ ꡊꡄ ꡇꡀꡍ, ꡔꡀꡈ ꡚꡇꡀꡍ ꡆꡎꡍꡆ ꡘꡕꡍ ꡆꡎꡍꡆ ꡙꡕ ꡘꡈꡀꡎ ꡘꡈꡀ ꡆꡎꡍꡆ, ꡊꡀꡈꡌꡈꡍꡆ ꡗꡀꡍꡆꡚꡈ ꡃꡄ ꡙꡀ ꡇꡀꡓꡇꡈ, ꡚꡇꡕ ꡃꡀꡓꡇꡈ ꡌꡄꡍꡆ ꡌꡈꡀꡍ ꡇꡄꡈ ꡙꡈ ꡗꡄꡈ, ꡃꡀꡙꡕꡀꡍꡓꡇꡕꡀꡈ, ꡚꡕꡈꡆꡀꡎ ꡚꡇꡕ ꡃꡄ ꡓꡇꡀꡍꡆꡓꡇꡕ ꡓꡇꡄꡍꡆ, ꡆꡄ ꡃꡄ ꡓꡇꡈ ꡚꡇꡕ, ꡇꡎꡍꡆ ꡚꡇꡕ ꡃꡄ ꡘꡈꡍꡆꡅꡕ ꡋꡈꡍꡆ, ꡘꡈꡀꡍ, ꡓꡇꡄꡍꡆ ꡒꡎꡕ, ꡉꡈꡀꡍꡚꡇꡕ ꡓꡇꡈ ꡙꡈ, ꡓꡇꡈꡉꡈꡄ ꡔꡎꡍꡆꡚꡇꡈ ꡚꡇꡄ, ꡘꡈꡀꡍꡓꡇꡈ ꡃꡄ, ꡚꡇꡄꡍꡆꡅꡕ ꡚꡇꡄ ꡗꡕ ꡒꡄꡍ, ꡃꡀ ꡁꡀꡗꡀꡍꡆ ꡚꡎꡍꡆ, ꡗꡀꡍꡓꡕꡈ ꡙꡄ, ꡃꡎꡕ ꡅꡕ, ꡔꡈꡀꡍ ꡃꡈꡗꡀꡍꡆ, ꡙꡈꡍ ꡓꡇꡎꡕ ꡃꡈ ꡔꡕ,, ꡙꡈꡍ ꡔꡈꡀꡎ ꡋꡈ, ꡊꡕꡍ ꡒꡈ ꡙꡕꡄ, ꡚꡕꡈ ꡙꡎꡕ ꡃꡀꡎ ꡉꡈꡀꡚꡇꡀꡍꡆ ꡑꡕꡀꡍ ꡂꡇꡄꡍ

ꡓꡇꡄꡍꡆꡔꡇꡀꡍꡆ, ꡇꡕꡅꡔꡀꡍꡆ ꡇꡕꡊꡄ ꡉꡕꡄꡊꡄ ꡔꡈꡍꡆꡂꡔꡇꡈ ꡉꡕꡄꡊꡄ ꡋꡀꡕꡓꡇꡈꡍ, ꡙꡈꡍꡍꡈ ꡃꡈꡓꡕ, ꡓꡕꡀꡍꡂꡔꡇꡈ, ꡆꡇꡈꡀꡀꡍ ꡆꡈ ꡓꡕꡀꡍꡆꡍꡕꡀ, ꡓꡇꡈ ꡔꡇꡇꡄꡍꡆ 'ꡄꡍ ꡆꡈꡆꡇꡕꡕ, ꡆꡇꡕꡆꡇꡕꡎꡍꡆ ꡆꡇꡄꡕ ꡅꡔꡀꡕ 'ꡄꡍꡅꡔꡄꡕ, ꡆꡈ ꡆꡀ ꡆꡈ, ꡅꡔꡀ ꡓꡕ ꡆꡈꡀꡎ ꡅꡔꡀ, ꡆꡈ ꡅꡔꡀꡕ ꡓꡇꡈꡍ ꡆꡈꡀꡎ, ꡆꡈ ꡘꡀꡕꡔꡀꡕ ꡆꡈꡀꡎ, ꡆꡈ ꡂꡔꡇꡇꡀꡕꡂꡔꡇꡄ ꡆꡈꡀꡎ, ꡆꡈ ꡊꡄꡍꡆ ꡆꡈꡀꡎ, ꡓꡕꡀꡍ ꡊꡄ ꡇꡀꡍ, ꡓꡀꡕ ꡂꡔꡇꡇꡀꡍ ꡆꡎꡍꡆ ꡆꡍꡕꡍ ꡆꡎꡍꡆ ꡘꡕ ꡆꡍꡕꡀꡕ ꡆꡍꡕꡀ ꡆꡎꡍꡆ, ꡊꡀꡕꡍꡈꡍꡆ ꡆꡇꡀꡍꡆꡂꡔꡇꡈ ꡆꡀ ꡘꡀ ꡇꡀꡔꡇꡈ, ꡂꡔꡇꡇꡕ ꡆꡀꡔꡇꡈ ꡍꡄꡍꡆ ꡍꡕꡀꡍ ꡇꡄꡕ ꡘꡈ ꡆꡇꡄꡕ, ꡆꡀꡘꡈꡀꡀꡍꡔꡇꡈꡀꡀꡕ, ꡂꡔꡇꡈꡀꡈꡆꡀꡕ ꡂꡔꡇꡇꡕ ꡆꡀ ꡔꡇꡀꡍꡆꡔꡇꡕ ꡔꡇꡄꡍꡆ, ꡆꡄ ꡆꡄ ꡔꡇꡈ ꡂꡔꡇꡇꡕ, ꡇꡎꡍꡆ ꡂꡔꡇꡇꡕ ꡆꡀ ꡆꡍꡈꡍꡆꡒꡕ ꡅꡔꡈꡍꡆ, ꡆꡍꡕꡀꡍ, ꡔꡇꡄꡍꡆ 'ꡎꡈꡀ, ꡓꡇꡕꡀꡍꡂꡔꡇꡇꡕ ꡔꡇꡈ ꡘꡈ, ꡔꡇꡈꡓꡇꡕꡄ ꡓꡎꡍꡆꡂꡔꡇꡇꡈ ꡂꡔꡇꡇꡄ, ꡆꡍꡕꡀꡍꡔꡇꡈ ꡆꡀ, ꡂꡔꡇꡇꡄꡍꡆꡒꡕ ꡂꡔꡇꡇꡄ ꡆꡇꡕ 'ꡄꡍ, ꡆꡀ ꡅꡔꡀꡆꡇꡀꡍꡆ ꡂꡔꡇꡎꡍꡆ, ꡆꡇꡀꡍꡔꡈꡀꡈ ꡘꡄ, ꡆꡎꡈꡀ ꡒꡕ, ꡓꡕꡀꡍ ꡆꡈꡆꡇꡀꡍꡆ, ꡘꡈꡍ ꡔꡇꡎꡈꡀ ꡆꡈ ꡓꡕ, ꡘꡈꡍ ꡓꡕꡀꡕ ꡅꡔꡈ, ꡊꡕꡍ 'ꡈ ꡘꡈꡀꡄ, ꡂꡔꡇꡈꡀꡈ ꡘꡎꡈꡀ ꡆꡀꡕ ꡓꡇꡕꡀꡂꡔꡇꡇꡀꡍꡆ ꡆꡇꡈꡀꡀꡍ ꡔꡇꡇꡄꡍ.



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