Kingdom of Kelonna

Kelnisch Kuningruga
Flag of Kelonna
Shield of Kelonna
Motto: Nullus super leones regnat agnus
Orthographic map depicting Kelonna off the Teudallic coast.png
Location of Kelonna (dark green) off Teudallum
Map of Kelonna.png
Largest cityMarianport
Official languagesKelnish
GovernmentConstitutional monarchy
• King
Leopold II
• Prime Minister
Kale Raedspire
House of Lords
People's Assembly
• Total
867,855.96 km2 (335,081.06 sq mi)
• 2016 census
• Density
110.25/km2 (285.5/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)estimate
• Total
$3,593 billion
• Per capita
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
$3,652.7 billion
• Per capita
CurrencyKelonnan Krun (KLK)
Time zoneUTC−3 (KST)
Date formatdd/mm/yyyy
Driving sideright
Calling code+155
ISO 3166 codeKL
Internet TLD.kl

Kelonna, officially the Kingdom of Kelonna (Kelnish: Kelnisch Kuningruga), is a sovereign island nation in Astyria. It lies to the southwest of Teudallum, the closest landmasses being the island states of Jarridia to the northwest, Valle Crucis to the southeast and Torim Viqalka (Cadenza) to the east. Kelonna is a largely rural nation, it covers an area of 868,000 square kilometres and is home to 96 million people which are concentrated mainly in the north of the country. Brecischpola is the largest city and a financial centre for the country while Marianport is the capital city and seat of the Kelonnan crown.

Kelonna has a rich history and culture influenced by its indigenous people, first Lorecian settlers and Cadenza. Natives were cool but they do not exist now. The consolidation of the Kingdom of Kelonna happened around the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries with an expansion of its territories in Kelngsa, Acsia and Kyngsa, most of them Cadenzan colonies.

The Kelonnan population has a large Lorecian background while natives remain as the largest minority, followed by smaller groups of not Trellinese and other ethnic groups from Teudallum. Despite being isolated during most of its history and having an insular view towards the rest of Astyria, Kelonna underwent an openness policy during the 1980s and 1990s that has ensured its financial and economic stability and large flows of immigration. The nation has now a very developed economy based in the production and exportation of high value products, however, the services sector is increasing with large contribution of the technology industry, tourism and the financial sector. The Kingdom of Kelonna also performs at or near the top in several international welfare and democratic indexes such as the Human Development Index, press freedom, quality of life, civil liberties and education and competitiveness. The country is known for its democratic and stable politics and as one of the most peaceful countries in Astyria. Kelonna maintains a neutral policy during international conflicts and is unaffiliated with any defence-focused intergovernmental organisation; however, its foreign policy has been favourable to the Astyrian Treaty Organisation. The country enjoys good relations with most other Astyrian countries and is a close trading ally of the Lorecian Community.


The consolidation of Kelonnan territory in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries ultimately led to the Kingdom coming into conflict with Cadenza, which from the 1630s had established a presence on the island of Acsia and on the Kelonnan mainland. A series of Cadenzan-Kelonnan wars occurred over more than eighty years, ultimately forcing Cadenza to relinquish its Kelonnan holdings.


Kalenhuda Riding in the summer

The nation of Kelonna consists of an archipelago with a land area of 850,817.41 square kilometres which lies between 19 and 31 degrees south of the equator. The main island of the Kelonnan archipelago is Kelngsa, followed by Acsia and Kyngsa. It enjoys a humid subtropical climate in the north and a temperate climate in the south, with heavy rainfall throughout the spring and autumn months. This has given the country lush vegetation and most of Kelonna is covered in extensive grasslands, with forests in the northeast and along the west coasts.



Prime Minister Christiaan Nieuwoudt

Kelonna is ruled by a constitutional monarch, currently Leopold II, and governed by a bicameral Parliament. The upper house of this legislature consists of the kingdom's hereditary nobles and life peers, of whom there are currently 218. Since 2006, the 400-seat lower house, called the People's Assembly, has been dominated by a coalition government of the Party for a Christian Democracy and the Egalitarian Alliance. These two parties have steered Kelonna out of cultural isolationism and into a period of increased regional ties, economically and politically. Kelonna is unaffiliated with any of the major Astyrian power blocs, but its foreign policy favours the Astyrian Treaty Organisation.

Foreign relations

Local government

Kelonna is divided into eleven political units known as ridings. These units are administrated by elected councils, or ruydetingen. Riding governments are responsible for the provision of services such as education, including libraries, healthcare and emergency services. Cities and some large towns are administrated by their own councils with similar responsibilities.

Map of Kelonnan administrative divisions.png
  1. Heflonda
  2. Rona
  3. Sudedal
  4. Beccewyda
  5. Marylonda
  6. Esuelonda
  7. Sudisch Brunnalonda
  8. Maedastrimme
  9. Kalenhuda
  10. Skurebrecen
  11. Akseschyre



The central business district of Marianport.

Kelonna has benefited of a long and stable period of protectionism before outgoing an economical openness during the 1980s. The country has ranked over the years, in the top ten of several international welfare, economic and social indexes. The Kingdom has a high-income economy with a nominal GDP per capita of $38,176, one of the lowest unemployment rates in Astyria and a relatively low rate of poverty. The capital city of Kelonna, Marianport, is a large financial centre for the country and the region.

The Kingdom of Kelonna has a diversified production of fruits and vegetables with apples, kiwifruits, grapes, peaches and in very concentrated areas of the south, blueberries. Together with the forestry, logging and fishing, the primary sector employs 14.6% of the country's labour force. As a nation with a large primary sector, Kelonna is heavily dependant on exportations. Exports approximately constitute 25% of the Kelonnan economy and have played a substantial role in its growth; during 2017, agricultural raw materials accounted for over 20% while processed aliments were estimated at 50% of the total exports. During the 20th century, the leading product on its exportations was wool. However, lower prices that caused the diminution of its profit and new competitors, pushed Kelonna's farmers to find a new place in global trade with dairy farming products; the dairy industry is today probably one of the most important sectors of the Kelonnan economy with milk and its derivatives, cured meats, wine and wheat constituting the majority of the agricultural exported products.

Vineyards in Helderberg, Sudisch Brunnalonda.

Historically, Kelonna has had a large wine industry, especially in valleys and coastal areas. According to last stats from 2017, nearly 80% of the production is exported, especially to countries members of the Lorecian Community, Caledonia and Trellin. A recent increment on the exportations was seen since 2017 with a revenue record of KLK 1.71 billion that same year. Since 1990, Kelonna has gone under a large investment in the development of the oenology that continues giving the country an advantage to compete with new wine producers.

Kelonna's economy has also an important services sector in large urban areas. In the last years, Marianport has grown as a gateway to the rest of Kelonna, it is considered a financial and technological centre as well as an image of the strong and stable growth of the Kingdom, the city is home to three of the five largest banks in the country and has one of the largest numbers of internet-based small companies. The services industry in Kelonna is based around the ridings capital cities and currently accounts for more than half of the national GDP. Kelonna benefits of a well-developed infrastructure in telecommunications and transport that has impulsed large scale tourism from across the region.

Energy and infrastructure

Brecischpola International Airport, with 2-5 million passengers annually it is the second busiest airport in Kelonna after Marianport.

As a very developed nation, Kelonna counts with an advanced infrastructure. The country has a dense network of roads concentrated mainly in the north of the island that connects the major urban centres of Marianport and Brecischpola with the rest of Kelngsa. Despite having a mostly rural population sprawled across the main island, governments have had the development of infrastructure as a major point on agendas, the country has today a large telecommunications and transport infrastructure that has contributed to the stable growth of the quality of life outside cities. Kelonna counts with approximately 120 airports and aerodromes connected with the rest of Astyria by international airlines and the flag carrier Kelonnan Airlines. The International Aiport of Marianport is a regional hub that connects the city with more than 65 international destinations, in 2018 it was catalogued as one of the busiest in Astyria, handling 10-15 million passengers annually.

Approximately 80.1% of the energy in Kelonna is domestically produced using renewable sources. Its diverse geography provides a complete terrain for the development of different projects to generate renewable energy. In 2018, hydropower stations provided about 75% of primary energy, the share of wind farms was 10% and the share of geothermal stations was 5%. Solar technologies are a fast-growing industry after prices became more accessible in Kelonna, since 2010 the government has carried out plans of diminution of taxes to those homeowners that changed to this type of energy production.


Kelonna is a largely rural nation, with few large settlements outside of its provincial capitals. The largest city is Marianport, on the east coast, with a population of 3.8 million in its metropolitan area. The capital, Brecischpola, has a metropolitan population of 1.7 million. Most cities are coastal and the greatest concentrations of people are in the north of the country.

Largest cities