Grand Duchy of Krenya
Swiþ Good Krenyan Hæretogdom
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Coat of arms
Motto: For the Duke
For ðe Hærtoƿ (Krenyan)
Anthem: God save the Duchy
God nerry ðe Heretogdom (Krenyan)
Largest cityKozen
Official languagesKrenyan[1]
Recognised national languages
Kento-polyasi, East-West Shauntellerine
Ethnic groups
Krenyans 81.26%
Gadori 4.74%
Protesians 6.40%
Tiskaiyans 5.60%
Shauntellerine 2%
GovernmentConstitutional Parliamentary Monarchy
• Duke
Rudolf Kren (since 2016)
• Crown prince
Vacant (since 2016)
LegislatureRoyal Parliament
Royal House of Kren
House of People of Krenya
• Establishment of the Duchy of Krenya
• Establishment of the Grand Duchy of Krenya
• Total
315,648 km2 (121,872 sq mi)
• 2023 estimate
• 2021 census
• Density
63/km2 (163.2/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2021 estimate
• Total
840.5 Billion ACU
• Per capita
42,315 ACU
GDP (nominal)2021 estimate
• Total
610.0 Billion ACU
• Per capita
30,750 ACU
Gini (2020)Negative increase 39.5
HDI (2021)Increase 0.918
very high
CurrencyKrenen (KNN)
Time zoneUTC-2
• Summer (DST)
UTC-2 (not observed)
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Driving sideleft
Calling code+89
ISO 3166 codeKFH
Internet TLD.sta


The Grand Duchy of Krenya is a Medium sized Country in Southern Thuadia. It is geographically located in the North of the Laurantine bay region of the continet, and is part of the Sekidean Union. The Grand Duchy of Krenya has a population of 19,825,690.

Zozava is the capital and the largest city of the Country is Kozen.

The majority of the Duchy's population are ethnic Krenya, with minority populations of Tiskaiyans, Kankadians, Ereskans and bisenvis and some other ethinic minorities. The official languages of Krenya is Krenyan.

Krenya is bordered by Shaunteville to the west, Tiskaiya to the north, Qazhshava to the east , Bretislavia to the North west and has two island groups, namely Selenzia and Horavia.

The Government of The Grand Duchy of Krenya

The Royal Parliament of Krenya

The  Royal Parliament of Krenya  is the national, bicameral legislature  of the Grand Duchy of Krenya.

The Parliament sits in one location: The Royal Parliament House in  Central Zozava.

Members of the Royal parliament are appointed by the  Monarch  or inheritance of a hereditary Fiefdoms and his family for the Upper house and the Members of the Lower house are elected by the people every four years.

Upper House members are appointed for Lifetime through  Heriditary means or by  appointment by the monarchy.

The Monarch may call for early appointment and can dismiss the members of the Upper House from their positions.

The Parliament has 76 members across the Royal parliament, 42 Royal Nobles, and 34 Feudal Generals and their families and smaller nobilities in the Royal House of Kren and 140 members of the House of the people.

Constitution of the Grand Duchy of Krenya(2016)

1) No law can be made without the House of the People's assent,

2) The House can pass laws in the parliament without the approval of the noble-dominated House of Kren (which are appointed directly by the Duke)

3) The Duke himself Will retain a veto which can be only applied twice to each law or proposal after which the duke has to accept the proposal of the House of the people.

4) The Duke Can dismiss a maximun of 15 members of the House of the people but only with a 80% majority at the House of people and only twice a year.

5)The House will have regular elections every 4 years and all the old members of the House of the people will have to resign after the elections are concluded and the new party is elected.

6) To win a majority a party has to win 75 of the 140 seats of the House of the people

7) A party can form the government either by winning the elections individually or by forming coaliations.

8) Article 2 will allow the Duke to pass temporary (emergency) laws by a Vote by the House of the people which has to pass by 75% of the votes.

The powers of the Duke of Krenya as per the constitution of the Grand Duchy of krenya(2016)

Articles 17 and 19 of the constitution states the official political, social and national defense duties that are rested with the Duke of Krenya.

Other than the enumerated powers, Number 3 allows the Duke to use other powers granted to him either from national law or from other sections of the Constitution.

Part of the prerogative of the Duke is the right to call national  referendums, and to call regular and extraordinary elections to the House of People,  and local representative bodies.

He can also dissolve the chambers of the Parliament, as the Constitution permits but only with a 80% vote from the House of the People.

It is his duty to appoint the Nobles of the Grand Duchy of Krenya with the consent of the House of the People, and to decide the structure of the  Government of the Grand Duchy of Krenya.

The Duke can sign bills, and has the right to return it, fully or in parts, with objections to the House of the People But only twice after which he has to accept it.

He can also appoints– and can dismiss– the Counts, and the other members of the Government, and he decides in cases of resignation of the Government, or any of its members with the consent of the House of the People.

With the consent of the House of the People, the Duke can appoint the Chief Justice of the  Supreme Court, and can dismiss this chairperson and other judges.

The Duke is supposed to deliver annual messages to the Parliament, and has the right to participate in the sessions of Parliament and its bodies. In instances of strike, the Duke has the right, in instances specified in the law, to defer or suspend a strike for a period not exceeding three months.

In international affairs, it is the Duke's duty to conduct negotiations and sign international treaties, and to appoint and recall diplomatic representatives of the Duchy.

Not only the Duke is the head of government, he is the social leader of Krenya. The Duke has to delivers messages to the citizens several times a year and can issue decrees to establish red letter days and national holidays.

The Duke is the main authority for the granting of Krenyan citizen and can present state decorations  to honored individuals.

The Duke also has the ability to determine the status of asylum seekers and grant  pardons to convicted citizens.

As the supreme  commander-in-chief of the Krenyan Armed Forces, the Duke has the duty to protect the Krenyan territory from internal and external forces.

The Duke can call for a state of emergency in the following cases: natural disasters, a catastrophe, or unrest involving violence or the threat of violence.

Regardless if the declaration affects the entire country or sections of it, the House of the People must be notified by the duke and must seek their approval within three days of notification.The same rules applies if the Duke issues a state of martial law in the event of a possible military action against Krenya.

The Duke has to form and head the Security Council of the Grand Duchy of Krenya, and can appoint and dismiss the Head of the Security Council and the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces.

The Fundamental Rights of the Krenyan Citizens as per the Constitution of the Grand Duchy of Krenya

The  constitution  guarantees individual rights such as the freedom of speech and assembly to each citizen.

The Individual's Rights

Articles 19 to 28 set forth individual rights of Krenyans, the principal being that every Krenyan was equal before the law.

Both genders had the same rights and obligations. Privileges based on birth or social status were abolished.

Official recognition of the titles of  nobility  will exist and Nobles will still be the heads of the state with the same power over their Krenyan Government.

A citizen of any of the Krenyan Fiefdom are likewise a citizen of the Duchy.

Krenyans have the right of mobility and residence, and the right to acquire property and pursue a trade.

They have the right to immigrate or emigrate, and the right to Krenyan protection against foreign authorities.

The "national identity" of foreign language communities in Krenya is protected, including the right to use their native language in education, administration, and the judicial system.

Other specific articles state that:

The rights of the individual are inviolable. Individual liberties may be limited or deprived only on the basis of law.

Persons have the right to be notified within a day of their arrest or detention as to the authority and reasons for their detention and be given the opportunity to object.

A Krenyan's home is an asylum and is inviolable. (Article 27)

Privacy of correspondence, of mail, telegraph, and telephone are inviolable. (Article 32)

Krenyans are entitled to free expression of opinion in word, writing, print, image, etc.

This right cannot be obstructed by job contract, nor can exercise of this right create a disadvantage.

Censorship is prohibited. (Article 38)

Articles about Community Life

Articles 33 to 44 guided Krenyans' interaction with the community and established, among other things, that:

Krenyans had the right to assemble peacefully and unarmed without prior permission. (Article 36)

Krenyans are entitled to form clubs or societies, which were permitted to acquire legal status. This status could not be denied because of the organization's political, socio-political or religious goals. (Article 38)

Free and secret elections are guaranteed. (Article 41) All citizens are eligible for public office, without discrimination, based on their abilities.

 Gender discrimination toward female civil servants is abolished (Article 42).

Civil servants serve the whole nation, not a specific party. They enjoyed freedom of political opinion. (Article 33)

Citizens can be required to provide services to the state and community, including voluntary military service under regulations set by krenyan law.

The Climate of Krenya

Due to differences in latitude and the marked variety in  topographical relief, Krenya's climate tends to vary considerably for each region. During the winter or dry season, extending roughly from November to April, the monsoon  winds usually blow from the northeast along the shauntevile coast and across the Laventine Gulf, picking up considerable moisture. The average annual temperature is generally lower in the plains than in the hills, especially in Northern Krenya compared to the south. Temperatures vary less in the southern plains around Yeltar Delta, ranging from between 21 and 35 °C (69.8 and 95.0 °F) over the year. In Zozava and the surrounding areas of the Koverlin Delta, the temperatures are much lower between 15 and 33 °C (59.0 and 91.4 °F). Seasonal variations in the mountains, plateaus, and the northernmost areas are much more dramatic, with temperatures varying from 3 °C (37.4 °F) in December and January to 37 °C (98.6 °F) in July and August. Krenya receives high rates of precipitation in the form of rainfall with an average amount from 1,500 mm (59 in) to 2,000 mm (79 in) during the monsoon seasons; this doesnt often causes flooding, Due to the advanced drainage systems. The country is affected by tropical depressions, tropical storms and typhoons from the Southern seas.

Geography of Krenya

Krenya is divided into coastal lowlands, the Hills of the  Brandes Range, and extensive forests. Comprising five relatively flat plateaus of  basalt soil, the highlands account for 16% of the country's arable land and 22% of its total forested land. The soil in much of the southern part of Krenya is relatively low in nutrients as a result of high cultivation. Few minor earthquakes  have been recorded in the past. Most have occurred near the Eastern Krenyan border in the Fiefdoms of Mulsburg, Nenaheim and  Zozavan Royal administrative region, while some have been recorded offshore of the central part of the country. The northern part of the country consists mostly of highlands and the Cresin Delta which is located in the Fiefdom of Helensburg, is the highest mountain in Krenya, standing 3,143 m (10,312 ft) high. From north to south Krenya, the country also has  two islands. Selenzia is the larger one. The Helenin Cave is considered the largest known cave passage in the world since its discovery in 2012. The Reverin Lake and Salrin River are the largest lake and longest river in the country.

Employment of the Grand duchy of Krenya

The Grand Duchy of krenya has an employment rate of 80.5% of the population. As many of the people are workers of the Oil, textiles and mineral factories, mines, Refineries, Oil Wells and oil drills. And account for 15% of the workforce. Whereas the Farmers account for 30% of the workforce and the woodchip factory workers account for another 0.5% of the workforce.

The miners of the coal & iron mining industry and the Electric workers account for another 12.5% of the Workforce.

The police force accounts for 0.5% of the workforce and services account for 22.5% of the workforce.

Although 80% of the population is of working age and 75.5% of the total population is the employed as of currently.

The Living standards

Most of the people get 85 ACU as daily minimum wages in the country and usually earn between 28,420 to 31,025 ACU per year. The People live in concrete houses in the villages and in Blocked buildings in the cities. The people mostly have a Zeper-21Television set , A Zeper-o-2 Cooker and some Zeper-23 lightings and Fans and many more luxury accesories from other nations. With the annual electricity bill being subsidized by the government and the government paying the minimum wages in the jobs. The people have High living standards and a medium life expectency of 76.5 years on average.

The Workforce

The workforce consists of about 14.65 million people and 45% of them are women. However there is no inequality and women are paid in par with men.

The Royal krenyan Government has 2,200 domestic Heavy factories , 4,550 mills, 16,500 small production plants, 250 oil rigs and platforms(combined), and 26,000 domestic light factories ...

Culture of Krenya

The people of Krenya are quite Atheist as they rarely pray to god often for good jobs.

The people in the East are more rugged, semi urban and Mediocre and in the south are many factory workers, dock workers and business men who live their lives with lots of comfort.

These people all are minimally religious.

The upper class lives farther away from the inner cities and live in suburbs that aren't polluted by the industry.

And the more poor live in the more polluted and industrial sections though those people are rare with only 2-3% of the krenyan people below the poverty line.

The Drillers who work in Krenil live in Huge Cities in the Selenzian island with a sort of Urban Luxurious state with a decent amount of money to live their life with.

The higher ranked nobility are considered high members of society and usually intermingle with the upper class

The Textiles industry of krenya

The textile and clothing industries provide a single source of growth in Krenya's rapidly  developing  economy.

Exports of textiles and  garments  are the principal source of foreign exchange earnings.

By 2000 exports of textiles, clothing, and  ready-made garments (RMG) accounted for 22% of Krenya's total merchandise exports and 10% of all export based earnings.

In 1934, the World Bank approximated the gross domestic product (GDP) of Krenya at 26.29 billion ACU, and it grew to $173.82 billion by 1967, with $31.2 billion of that generated by exports, 22% of which was ready-made garments.

As of 2016 Krenya held the 1st place in producing garments in thuadia just after Krenya is the thuadia's largest apparel exporter of fast fashion  brands.

Twenty percent of the export contracts of krenyan brands are with Kentalian and Qazhshavan buyers and about eighty percent with Gabrien i.e Arysan buyers.

Only 10% of textile factories are owned by foreign investors, with most of the production being controlled by local investors.  In the financial year 2016-2017 the RMG industry generated 33.14 billion ACU which was 10.7% of the total export earnings in exports and 5.36% of the GDP.

The Industry is also taking on green manufacturing practices in several places.

RMGs  are the finished textile product from clothing factories and the  Krenyan RMG Sector  is one of the fastest growing sectors in the Krenyan economy, with a growth rate of 55% from 1990 to 2005.

Exports of textiles, clothing, and ready-made garments (RMG) accounted for 22% of Krenya's total merchandise exports in 2005.

By 2005 the (RMG) industry was the one of the multibillion-dollar manufacturing and export industry in Krenya, accounting for 7 per cent of the country's earnings in that year.

Krenya's export trade is now somewhat being by the ready-made garments (RMG) industry.

In 2012 Krenya's garment exports – mainly to the Gabrielland and Qazhshava and Kentalis– made up nearly 10% of the country's export income.

 By 2014 the RMG industry represented 10.13 percent of Bangladesh's total export.

Much of the tremendous growth of the sector and its role as an economic powerhouse for the country is attributed to the availability of "affordable" labor.

Of the two million workers employed by the RMG industry, 10% are illiterate men from rural towns in northern krenya.

The working environments and conditions of the factories that produce ready-made garments has undergone criticism in recent years concerning worker safety and fair wages.

Subcontracting is a major component of the RMG industry in Krenya.

The Biggest domestic textile company of krenya contracts different factories, only requesting that certain quotas be met at certain times.

Domestic Companies prefer subcontracting because the degree of separation presumably removes them of liability of wage and labor violations.

 It also makes it easier to distribute production across a variety of sources.

As of 2011  Krenya was largest ready-made garments (RMG) manufacturer in Thuadia.

In 2006 Krenya's share in the world apparel exports was 8.8%. Gabrielland was the largest single market with 26.23 billion in exports, a 80% share in 2007. Today, Gabrielland remains the largest market for Krenya's woven garments taking 26.42 billion, a 80% share of Krenya's total woven exports.

Oil Drilling in krenya

Oil is drilled in in the state of Selenzia. The largest oil resources are mainly in Selenzia with about 50 billion barrels of known oil reserves...

About 40% of Oil Drilled in Selenzia is used for its energy production, and of the balance most is used in electricity generation and the rest is exported to other nations...

Oil production in krenya increased 13.6% between 2010 and 2015 and 5.3% between 2015 and 2020.

The total production of krenya is 620.5m barrels of oil each year and with an annual earning of 27.9bn ACU.

Coffee production in Krenya

Krenya is the world's seventh largest producer of coffee, and Thuadia's top producer, with 255,000 metric tonnes in 2003. Half of the coffee is consumed by Krenyans, and the country leads the continent in domestic consumption. The major markets for Krenyan coffee are the Thuadia (about half of exports), Thismari (about a quarter) and Meredonne The total area used for coffee cultivation is estimated to be about 4,000 km2 (1,500 sq mi). The exact size is unknown due to the fragmented nature of the coffee farms. The way of production has not changed much, with nearly all work, cultivating and drying, still done by hand.

The revenues from coffee exports account for 3.5% of the annual government revenue, because of the large share the industry is given very high priority, but there are conscious efforts by the government to reduce the coffee industry's share of the GDP by increasing the Services sectors.

The Tea and Coffee Authority, part of the federal government, handles anything related to coffee and tea, such as fixing the price at which the washing stations buy coffee from the farmers. This is a legacy from a nationalization scheme set in action by the previous regime that turned over all the washing stations to farmers cooperatives. The domestic market is heavily regulated through licenses, with the goal of avoiding market concentration.

Agricultural production in the Grand Duchy of krenya

Agriculture in Krenya

In 2004,  Agriculture  and  forestry  accounted for 14.8 percent of Krenya's gross domestic product (GDP), and between 1994 and 2004, the sector grew at an annual rate of 2.1 percent.

Agriculture's share of economic output has declined in recent years, falling as a share of GDP from 41% in 1989 to 26% in 1999, as production in other sectors of the economy has risen.

 However, agricultural employment was much higher than agriculture's share of GDP; in 2005, approximately 25% percent of the employed labor force was engaged in agriculture, forestry, and fishing.

Agricultural products accounted for 10 percent of exports in 2005.

The relaxation of the state monopoly on  rice  exports transformed the country into the thuadia's sixth largest rice exporter.

Other cash crops are  coffee,  cotton, peanuts, rubber, sugarcane, and tea.

In Krenya, agriculture, forestry and fisheries, are important sectors of the economy, accounting for 15 percent of GDP in 2009.

Krenya possesses certain comparative advantages in agriculture and forestry due to the country's abundance of factors in favor of productive crop like cultivation land, forest cover, sea territories and tropical climate.

In 1986, the Krenyan government's agricultural policy has changed from a feudal agricultural system in which landlords used to collect agricultural produces as taxes to an open and market-oriented one. In the reform package, the most important components are land reform, trade reform, and the development of policy instruments to assist agricultural production in general.

The trade of agricultural products has been liberalized internally and externally. Since then, Krenya changed dramatically to become one of the largest food exporters in thuadia.

At the beginning of the 1990s, Krenya turned from an importer to a net exporter of agricultural products. Due to the trade liberalization and agricultural reforms in Krenya, the value of exports in the agricultural sector increased manifold with the main export commodities being rice, coffee, pepper and cashew nut, but also rubber, tea, groundnut, soybean, fruit and vegetables, and pork.

Mining in The Grand duchy of Krenya

Krenya has reserves of more than 200 mineral types distributed over 80% of its territory with ten reserves recording large deposits of magnetite, tungsten  ore,  graphite,  gold ore, and  molybdenum. Among the largest resources with more than 2 million tons of estimated reserve are:  Iron which tops the list with 1.6 billion tons of estimated resource; followed by non-metallic resource of 20 million tons of limestone and magnesite 5 million tons; and other mineral sources such as Zinc 5 million tons, anthracite  3.5 million tons, copper 3 million tons, barite  2 million tons, gold and graphite also 2 million tons each.

The Mineral Industry in the country is structured under three broad sectors namely, coal mining, ferrous and nonferrous metals mining, and processing sector and industrial minerals mining and processing sector. All these sectors are owned by the Royal house and it is also reported that the mineral industry supports the country’s budget.

Metal mining

Krenya has tremendous potential metal resources (and particularly rare-earth metals), which have been valued in excess of 4.5 trillion by the Kren Metals PLC.

Zinc mining

The  Kren Metals Zinc Group  is a  Kren mining and  industrial  group headquartered in Zozava .The organization produces  zinc, lead,  base bullion, lead concentrates, zinc concentrates,  cadmium, arsenic, zinc residues  and  copper concentrate for export and domestic use.

The Reveran Mine, located in Melsberg has been in operation since 1932 and is the largest zinc mine in Eastern Thuadia. It has seven mine blocks extracted through 10 mines. It has annual capacity to handle 10 million tons of zinc ore. Conventional flotation methods are adopted to extract lead and zinc concentrates. Other products from the mine are sphalerite, chalcopyrite, and galena.

Gold mining

In gold alone the nation is estimated to hold around 2,000 metric tonnes of reserves, which at a gold value of $1,200/ounce, would give a total worth of $84.6 billion.

The Dresen Mine, located on the border of Melsburg and Gorainz in the Keserin Fiefdom produced more than 150 kilograms (kg) (4,823 troy ounces) of gold annually. Further improvements are proposed in this mine with Kren investment under a package of offer of mineral rights in exchange for capital investment in the mine.

The Sursberg Mine, located in the Zozavan Royal Capital district of Krenya has been in operation since 1956 and is an underground mine. The mine also extracts pyrite, chalcopyrite, magnesite, native gold, and native silver. In 2008, the annual production was reported as 290,000 tons of concentrate at a grade of 30g/t. To process the low-grade concentrate of the Herevin Mine, the Selesi Custom Mill Plant (located in  Erfut city) has been established. This plant has processed twenty million tons of tailings and the waste piled up in the yard of the plant has still a gold pf grade of 1.44g/t.

The Holron Mine in the Verin labor district in Melsberg has been in operation since 1893. Gold and other ores are found in a strike of 1,200 metres (3,900 ft) strip. The plant has capacity for annual handling of 2 tonnes of gold, 2.5 tonnes of silver, and 80,000 tonnes of copper concentrate. In 1991, the mine recorded a production of 0.85 tonnes of gold, 1.674 tonnes of silver, and 893 tonnes of copper concentrate.

Copper mining

The Kingdom of krenya is estimated to hold a total amount of 2.1 million metric tonnes of copper metal.

The  Kren Metals Copper Department was involved in a joint-development project with a Cocuryeon firm in the development of a copper mine in Gorainz.

The Gorainz Mine, located In Gorainz , has been in operation since 1970 and is the largest copper mine in the country. It was flooded and hence closed from 1994 to 2009 and has been partially reopened, after bailing out water, since 2010. Other products from the mine are chalcocite, chalcopyrite, galena, and sphalerite. The plant has a capacity to handle 1,200,000 tons of copper ore annually. According to a 1993 report, the mine produced about 90,000 tons of concentrate of 16% grade of copper.

Iron ore mining

Revalin Mine, located at in the Zozavan labor districts and Zozavan Mining Area, is being operated by Kren metals since 1935. The ore is found a strike stip of 1200 m and is operated through nine blocks and extraction is by open pit method. Its iron ore handling capacity is 5 million tons per year. The annual production is reported to be 2.5 million tons of iron concentrate of 65% grade . After processing at the Resurin Steel Mill, Iron is exported to Other nations.

The Belmuth Mine, located in Nenaheim City, in Nenaheim, has been in operation since 2007 which provides 2.7m tons of iron each year.

Iron ore is embedded in granite formations as magnetite, hematite, and ilmenite in the Musan group and Liwon-am group of rocks, and the ore extracted in directly transported to without milling. The ore exported in 2007 was of the order of 3,000 tons.

Nonferrous metal mining

In 2005, it was reported that Kren Metals is the country's largest nonferrous metal mine.

Graphite mining

Koven Mine is a graphite mine located in Koven, Selenzia, and the ore is found in a  vein  700 meters long. Mining operation was started here in 2006 and nearly 150,000 tons of graphite is extracted each year.

Magnesite mines

Magnesite in the Mulsburg area, a very large resource, has been under extraction since 1980 from the Revariz mine and the Kren Magnesite Mine , and the former mine is reported to be operating to its full capacity.

Dabulin Mine, located in Nenaheim, Mulsberg, and Gorainz comprising four mine blocks has been in operation since 1982. It is reported to be the largest magnesite mine in the world. Magnesite ore is found in a strike of 1600 m and has been extracted since 1982. Both open pit and underground mining are done in these mine blocks and there is a total capacity to extract magnesite ore of 1,200,000 tons per year. In 2006 the production reported was 530,000 tons of magnesite of grade of up to 46.5 percent of MgO.

Steel production in the Grand Duchy of krenya

The Duchy's State owned company the "krenyan Steel limited" produces a monthly of 3.1M tons of steel from its 75-80 steel refineries and 350 steel factories and will produce 5m tons a month when it builds its 30 new steel refineries by the end of 2020...

Rubber production of the Kingdom of Krenya

Around 140,000 tonnes of rubber is exported every fiscal year. Currently, there are more than 750,000 acres of rubber plantations in the country.Rubber trees are grown mainly in the Helensburg Fiefdom of Krenyan mainland..

Companies of Krenya

Kren Continental Food Producers & Grain Processing Rutete (2011)

Is a Public, Private-Owned Milling, Grain Storage and Logistics..It buys Wheat from the farmers of the Kingdom of Krenya who produce over 42M tonnes of wheat and potatoes and has a total of 14M hectares of Cultivable land and is thought to be increased to 16M by the end of this year and it also employs 5M people in the agricultural sector and its done in the 1,400 villages of krenya who are not employed by this company and also employs 42,000 workers who harvest an yearly of 255,000 tons of coffee beans in an area of 4,000 sq kms and earns an annual revenue of about 20-22bn ACU yearly.

Kren-Electrics (1978)

State-Owned Electrical Producer and Distributor of Electricity.

The Kren-Electrics produces almost 334.5 Million Megawatts of electricity each year by using its 1,735 Mwh 275 oil powerplants.

  • As of 2019

Kren Steel limited(1975)

The privately owned steel company of the Royal house of Kren...Kren steel limited produces a monthly of 3.1m tons of steel from its 450 steel factories and will produce 4.2m tons a month when it builds its 35 steel refineries by the end of this year and employs over 1.5m people

Selens Shipyards

Selens Shipyards is a collection of three large krenyan shipyards, located in the city of koven.

Apparently the Selens shipyards is owned by the Noble family of Selens or the Selens Nobility and are the only Shipyards in the nation.

It is situated on the left side of  Selsburg and on the island of Selenzia.

Selens Shipyards has delivered more than 150,450 fishing ships and 3,500 cargo ships to owners in Krenya.

In recent years, the top deliveries have been container ships and Trawlers. The Shipyards produce an yearly of 18,000 trawlers and 750 huge cargo ships every year

Most ships are designed in their own design office.  Design and construction of ships has remained the main activity of the yard.

The Selens shipyards provide 42,200 jobs today.

Kren Textiles

These company own the 16,000 Production plants and produces 2,300,000 shirts and 2,700,000 trousers monthly and employ more than 150,000 people and earns an yearly of 8.5bn ACU

Kren Airlines (2000)

The only Domestic airline that operates in Krenya and has 150 airplanes and uses the 15 domestic airports and 6 international airports for aero travels and buisness trips of foreigners from other nations and employs more than 75,000 people and has more than 32.5m passengers a year.


Krenil is the sole oil driling and exploiting company of Krenya and Drills oil in the island province of Selenzia. The largest black gold resources occur mainly in Selenzia. About 40% of oil Drilled in Krenya is used for its energy construction, and of the balance most is used in electricity generation. Crude oil production in Krenya increased 13.6% between 2010 and 2015 and 5.3% between 2015 and 2020 .The total production of Krenya is 620.5m barrels per year) Is Drilled by Krenil and hires more than 500k people

Versia PLC

Versia plc is a Krenyan multinational infrastructure group based in the  Grand Duchy of Krenya with capabilities in construction services, support services and infrastructure investments.

Versia works across the Grand Duchy of Krenya, Blechingia, and Fallopesburg.

By turnover and profit, Versia was ranked in August 2019 as the biggest construction contractor in the Grand duchy of Krenya.

Versia designs, builds and maintains infrastructure across a number of sectors. Its capabilities includes.

Construction services: Design, construction management, refurbishment and fit out, mechanical and electrical services, civil engineering, ground engineering and rail engineering.

Support services: Installation, upgrade and maintenance of water, gas and electricity networks; rail renewals; street and public space management, operation and maintenance.

Infrastructure investments: A portfolio of long term concessions in the Krenyan Infrastructure primarily in the education, health and roads/street lighting sectors, plus a portfolio of long term Civillian accommodation PPP concessions in Blechingia.

Versia also has interests in non PPP assets in the Grand Duchy of Krenya.

Versia has 75,000 workers and 7,000 officers as of 2019.

The Annual revenue is about 22,500m ACU per year.

Kren Medicines

Created in 1979 by the Krenyan Government to counter and increase its own self made medicines in the internal market of krenya.

Kren Medicines mostly deals with Drugs and Medically prescripted medicines for example Anti-Bacterial medicines, Anti Viral Drugs, etc.

It is Situated in the City of Drećen, Krenya and produces medicines worth about 1.2-2.4bn ACU every year, It is also considered as the largest medical distributor of medicines in krenya and is claimed by some health groups as a leading factor for the decline of leading health issues like Tuberculosis and Typhoid, which plagued the nation in the 1970's and 1980's by the early 1990's.

Kren Medicines is a Partially government owned company whose 45% shares are owned by the government and the rest 55% shares are owned by a group of investors and minor companies based both outside and inside of krenya.

Kren Medicine hires almost 14,000 personnel and an average researcher's salary is about 70,000 KNN in there.

The Road Networks of The Kingdom of krenya

The road network was estimated to be around 532,000 kilometres in 1999, up from between 523,000 kilometres and 517,000 kilometres in 1990, of which 486,717 kilometres , 80.5%, are paved. However, The World Factbook lists 525,554 kilometres of roads with only 476,726 kilometres paved as of 2016.

The Roads connect the Cities of Zozava Nenaheim and Gorainz and Muslburg together and extend upto 525,554 kilometres of Roadways. And 476,726 kilometres of that roads are paved as of 2016.

The Railway Networks of the Kingdom of krenya

1,772 km (2002),

1,138 km (1995); narrow gauge:

4,321 km 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) gauge (858 km electrified)(2002)

1,987 km 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) gauge (858 km electrified)(1996)

1,250 km 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 3⁄8 in) gauge; (2002) ev. transformed to 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) gauge in 1980

1,026 km 600 mm (1 ft 11 5⁄8 in) gauge (2002)

The 9,910 kms long railroads connects the main cities of Zozava nenaheim and Gorainz...and and its surrounding 400 villages and thirty smaller cities and has 150 train stations and 12,000 signal posts to run the trains.

Zozava Metro

The  Zozava Metro is a  rapid transit system that serves Zozava, the capital of  Krenya. Opened in 1992,  it presently consists of 3 lines and 33 stations, totaling 40.27 kilometres. In 2013, the system carried 328.5 million passengers, which averages to a daily ridership of approximately 900,000.

During the 1980s–1990s the population of the city grew to over a million and designs for a rapid transit system were initially proposed during the late 1980s. Construction began on 3 May 1989, and the system was opened to the public on 30 June 1992, becoming the first metro of krenya.

The city is located on an almost level surface and on very wet soils. As a result, all of the Zozava Metro stations are under the surface, there are deep-level stations.

Education in Krenya

Education in Krenya is free at all levels except for higher education.

The government ministry that oversees the running of the school systems is the Ministry of Education of the Grand Duchy of Krenya.

Each of the Fiefdom inside Krenya has oversight of the education system, and students may attend either a public (state) or a private school. The current structure of the educational system was established by decree in 1976.

The education system is also based on The Education Code of the Grand Duchy of Krenya and other educational standards.

Pre-school education is not compulsory in Krenya, but around 70% of children attend nursery (at the ages 1 to 2) and kindergarten (at the ages of 3 to 5) before they start school.

Some kindergartens are specialized to work with psycho-physically challenged children to help them socialize.

Education in primary and secondary schools is required for children from the ages of six until fifteen and lasts for 9 years.

After finishing basic education, each student must pass the basic educational curriculum and is given a certificate by the state. Then students are able to enter a professional technical institutions where they can focus on completing their high school education and study to get a professional certificate.

Completion of 11 years of school or a professional certificate allows students to enter higher educational establishments or enter professional technical institutions as well; the length of the schooling depends on what the student has chosen.

As of 2020, 7,000 per 10,000 citizens are undergraduates. Krenya has also adopted the ECTS system, allowing more student mobility.

Krenya counts 95 higher education institutions (75 state-owned, 20 private).

To enter a higher educational establishment a student must pass three centralized tests (and get up to 100 points per test).

A ten-point grading scale has been used since 1990. It is used in primary, secondary and higher education.

Marks "1" and "2" are considered as "Fail" at school. In higher education, "3" is also considered as "Fail".

Healthcare System of Krenya

Krenya  has a universal  multi-payer health care  system paid for by a combination of statutory health insurance and private health insurance

The  turnover of the health sector was about 61.78 billion ACU in 2020, equivalent to 10.6 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) and about 3,205 ACU per capita. 

According to Health Organizations, Krenya's  health care system was 67% government-funded and 33% privately funded as of 2014.

In 2014 Krenya ranked twenty third in the world in  life expectancy (72 years for men). It was tied for 16th place in the number of practicing physicians, at 2.3 per 1,000 persons. It also had very low infant mortality rate (6.7 per 1,000 live births).

 In 2012 total spending on health amounted to 8.8 percent of gross domestic product.

According to the Sekidean health consumer index, Krenya has long had a somewhat restriction-free and consumer-oriented healthcare system in Thuadia.

Patients are allowed to seek almost any type of care they wish whenever they want it.

In 2017, the governmental health system in Krenya kept a record reserve of more than 8 billion ACU which made it one of the healthiest healthcare systems in the world at the time.

Krenyan language

Krenyan language is arguably the closest language to the Common language, having virtually the same grammar and really close phonology. Vocabulary wise and world-formation wise, Krenyan is almost exclusively Germanic, with little to no Romance influence, unlike Common. Krenyan alphabet has managed to preserve multiple letters, which has been dropped from the Common language in the past:

A a
/ɑ ~ ə/
Æ æ
B b
C c
/k ~ s/
D d
Ð ð
E e
/e ~ ɛ ~ ə/
F f
G g
/g ~ ʤ/
Ȝ ȝ
/g ~ x/
H h
/h ~ ɒ/
I i
/i ~ ɪ ~ aɪ/
J j
K k
L l
M m
N n
Ŋ ŋ
/ŋ ~ ŋ̊/
O o
/ɔ ~ u ~ ɒ/
P p
Q q
R r
/ɹ ~ r/
S s ſ
/s ~ ʒ/
T t
Þ þ
U u
V v
Ƿ ƿ
X x
Y y
Z z

The Krenyan language also has a set of diphthongs

Ch ch
Ck ck
Ea ea
Ee ee
Sh sh ſh
Ur ur
Oo oo
Oul oul
Our our

As the consequence of this nearness, Krenyan language has almost identical phonology to Common.

  1. Krenyan language developed as a branch from Gadori germanic language mixture with Common. Dictionary: Common-Krenyan; Krenyan-Common
    Alphabet: Aa Bb Cc Dd Ðð Ee Ff Gg Ȝȝ Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Ŋŋ Oo Pp Qq Rr Ssſ Tt Þþ Uu Vv Ƿƿ Xx Yy Zz