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Flag of Kacheru
Official languagesKacherun
Ethnic groups
Kacherun, Fulgistani
  • 56% Salam
  • 22% No Response
  • 19% Atheist
  • 3% Other
GovernmentConstitutional Monarchy
• Emperess
Myeong Saeyan
• Prime Minister
Kal Ji-Hu
LegislatureHouse of Representatives
• 2023 census
GDP (PPP)estimate
• Total
• Per capita
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
• Per capita
Gini (2023)Negative increase 35.2
HDI (2023)Increase 0.788
Driving sideright
Calling code+72
Internet TLD.kcu

Kacheru is a Unitary Consitutional Monarchy within central Alharu located around Chenshas Lake. The capital of Kacheru is Seongdosu, which is situated in the eastern mountains of Kacheru. Kacheru is primarily ethnically Kacherun, though has a significant demographic contribution from Fulgistani groups. While the state government of Kacheru is officially secular, Kacheru has a significant Salamid population, in addition to the practice of other faiths. To this day there still exist nomadic groups who primarily participate within Kacheru's agricultural industry.


Early Settlement

The first evidence of human settlement in modern-day Kacheru dates back to the Mesolithic era, though archeological evidence nearby indicates it was likely settled during the late Paleolithic era after the human invention of sailing boats.

During the Neolithic Era, pastoralism grew in popularity, a practice which became widely popular across the West-Alharun steppe lands. This practice spread into the territory which is now known as Kacheru.

Yellow Empire and Jinheon States

Simultaneously, during the rise of the Yellow Empire, precursors to the Jinheon States began to form in its northwestern periphery. Deriving methods of governance from the nearby Yellow Empire, various warlords would claim and fight over territory across and including what is now modern day Kacheru. Ultimately, these states tended to be volatile and short-lived, typically lasting the span of only fifty years before succumbing to external attacks from neighboring warlords. This particular span of time lasted from approximately 300 BCE to 250 CE, where the region stabilized into the Jinheon States.

Because of the relative stability of the Jinheon States



Kacheru is situated in the relatively mountainous region of the upper Lake Chenshas. It is home to a diverse range of climates, though primarily arid desert and steppe. It is bordered by the Simbaala River to its west, which also contains Lake Pocheok and Lake Tago.


Kacheru is divided into many provinces, which each have unique administrative structure due to the complicated nature of Kacherun politics. All provinces have a central lord or ruling family which manages certain aspects of government affairs. Usually, however, their role is primarily delegated to other political bodies, where they instead serve an advisory function. Uniquely, Ja-Myeong is managed centrally as a direct province of the Empress and has no other governing bodies.

Province Population Capital Description
Ju-Hongyeong 2,353,000 Seongdosu Mountainous northeastern province of Kacheru, and the seat of power for the country.
Ju-Noldeau 5,612,000 Dojiang TBD
Ju-Leotsugang 8,110,000 Meonjido TBD
Ju-Salam 11,300,000 Ilseadal Northernmost province of Kacheru. Primary northern access to Lake Pocheok and Lake Tago make it vital in the facilitation of extranational trade due to its ability to access open ocean. This province is the most populous due to its significant quantities of arable land and fair climate relative to much of Kacheru.
Ju-Bogmeon 5,765,000 Hanggudol Southeastern province of Kacheru. Primary coastal access to the larger Lake Chenshas makes it a vital province for strategic and economic interests within the Chenshas region.
Ju-Tangonamu 1,242,000 Yangcho TBD
Ju-Myeong 747,000 Jeaotag Territory of Empress Saeyan and former fief of the now-deposed Hu. Home to the vast majority of known Kacherun oil reserves. Large and relatively unpopulated due to the harsh desert conditions.


Political Parties of Kacheru

Kacheru is split into a variety of parties who interact mostly through coalitions to determine the current head of state. The current leadership is a coalition of the Kacheru Popular Party (KPP) and the Imperial Democratic Party (IDP)

Party Position Ideology Leader Seats in the Gonggyugha Coalition
Centre Liberalism, Social liberalism Kil Ji-Hu
172 / 435
In coalition
Centre-right Conservatism, Monarchism TBD
105 / 435
In coalition
Centre-left Democratic Socialism, Social Democracy TBD
56 / 435
In opposition
Reform Vision Kacheru
Far-left Communism, Isolationism TBD
7 / 435
In opposition