Republic of Luepola

Respublika Ľupolska
Flag of Luepola
Coat of Arms of Luepola
Coat of Arms
Motto: Narod i Sloboda Naviek
Nation and Freedom Forever
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Location of Luepola
Largest cityVoitz
Official languagesLuepolan
Recognised regional languages
Ethnic groups
Luepolan Molves 82%
Non-Luepolan Molves 12%
Njataris 3%
Vierz 2%
Other 1%
GovernmentFederal semi-presidential republic
• President
Savo Grigorević
• Vice President
Anastasi Obrádović
• Prime Minister
Radovan Kozić
Great Assembly
Veliki Sbor
Popular Assembly
Ľudovi Sbor
• Unification of Varadna and Strentland
4 August 1329
10 July 1390
13 March 1979
• Official Establishment
1 January 1981
8 July 1985
• Total
821,700 km2 (317,300 sq mi)
• 2019 estimate
• Density
96.6/km2 (250.2/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2019 estimate
• Total
$2,185,348,873,474 (2.1 trillion)
• Per capita
GDP (nominal)2019 estimate
• Total
$1,798,559,354,100 (1.8 trillion)
• Per capita
very high
CurrencyLuepolan Grivna (Ғ) (LG)
Time zoneUTC+2
Driving sideright
Calling code+52

Luepola (/luˈpoʊlə/, LuepolanĽupola [ʎuˈpɔla]), officially the Republic of Luepola (Respublika Ľupolska [ɾesˈpublika ʎuˈpɔlska]), is a federal parliamentary republic located in eastern Patyria. It is divided into fourteen voblasts and two federal municipalities. Luepola covers a total of 821,700 square kilometers, making it the largest nation in Patyria, and has a population of 79,406,594, making it the second most populous nation in Patyria after Vierzland. Luepola's capital is Prishek, and its largest city is Voitz. Other notable Luepolan cities include Rostva, Pomorna, Hrdovna, Zvin, Grast, and Utrna.

Luepola is bordered to the north by Vyzinia, Plosenia, and the Gulf of St. Jan; to the east by Tanavia, Vorochia, and the Oriental Sea; to the south by Zacotia and Granzery; and to the west by Lairea and Vierzland.



Pre-Unification (until 1329)

Varadna-Strentland and the founding of Luepola (1329-1390)

The Battle of Bosane, one of the most well-known battles of the Containment War.

The Kingdom of Luepola, then known as Varadna-Strentland, was established in 1329 by Genadi I of Strentland. Genadi's wife Vladislava I was the heir apparent to the throne of Varadna; upon her coronation, their son became the heir to both thrones, and Vladislava opted to instead cede control of Varadna to Genadi, unifying the two countries ahead of schedule.

A period of turmoil followed, as the newly unified country was torn into civil war by the two separate houses of nobility backing different successors following the death of Genadi the Lesser. Princess Cvieta I, the preferred heir by the Varadian nobility, emerged victorious from the war. Shortly after the end of the war, neighboring kingdoms Plosenia and Zacotia invaded Varadna-Strentland, initiating the Containment Wars, in which Varadna-Strentland allied Vyzinia to retake its territory and eventually partition Plosenia and annex significant parts of Zacotia. The victory was followed by the declaration of the Kingdom of Luepola as the successor to Varadna-Strentland.

Kingdom of Luepola (1390-1818)

First Luepolan Republic (1818-1901)

People's Republic of Luepola (1901-1948)

Lev Gincburg, the founder of the People's Republic of Luepola.

The People's Republic of Luepola was officially declared by Lev Gincburg after likely illegitimately winning his re-election as the President of Luepola. The declaration was followed by the relatively quick and violent transformation of Luepola into a one-party socialist state. The Communist Party used its stranglehold over the country to eliminate political opponents and dissidents, hasten Luepola's relatively slow industrialization, reform the Luepolan language and script, and export its ideology to other nations. Countries such as Vorochia, Granzery, Poicary and Apelia fell sway to communism throughout the first half of the 20th century. Luepola transformed its colonial holdings in Oridia and Tusola into socialist republics, but effectively maintained a stranglehold on their state affairs.

On 8 April 1942, invasion of Zacotia in order to install a Communist government. Vierzland and Savland each declared war on Luepola in turn, beginning the Great War. After a poorly-prepared Vierz invasion of Luepola failed, Luepola went on the offensive, bringing Apelia and Granzery into the war as members of the Socialist International Coalition and besieging Vierzland on all of its land borders while also invading southern Patyria, annexing the region alongside Granzery and similarly laying siege to Cestros. Intermittent Coalition air raids on Vierzland escalated into full-scale strategic and terror bombing campaigns which were later reciprocated by the Allied nations; one of the most notable such air raids was the Bombing of Talheim, in which the use of chemical weapons killed tens of thousands in the deadliest week of the war. Shortly after, the Luepolans initiated the Battle of Kasenberg, the largest single battle of the war. Nonetheless, Luepola's efforts at overrunning Vierzland's and Cestros's defensive lines were unsuccessful, and the entry of Vonzumier into the war placed increased pressure on Luepola's southern front and forcing her to defend her colonial holdings. Decisive defeats inflicted on Luepola at Kasenberg, Tarphos, and the Verakoni Gap forced Luepola on the defensive, but Luepola was nonetheless able to maintain its own defensive line close within its pre-war borders until fall 1947, when the Allied Operation Rapture forced Apelia's surrender. In the final six months of the war, Luepola found itself overwhelmed as Vonzumier and Vierzland mounted a final offensive against Luepola. After the death of Marusić, acting Chairman Saňin Mlakar ordered the surreder of Luepola to the Vierz army, effectively ending the war. The Treaty of Adtrus would later dissolve the Luepolan communist government, place Luepola's satellite republics in Oridia under Vierz administration, and subject Luepola to military occupation by Vierzland.

Vierz Occupation and the State of Luepola (1948-1977)

Luepolan Spring (1977-1985)

Second Republic of Luepola (1985-Present)


Kutra, a town nestled in one of the many valleys of Vlahac.





Ethnic Groups






Largest cities of Luepola (2019 census)


  City Population State   City Population State


1 Voitz 3,804,229 Občina Vojc 11 Aneska 489,273 Aneska
2 Rostva 2,432,774 Jutska 12 Ťižé 471,087 Podolina
3 Prishek 1,525,065 Hautbecirk 13 Mlaževo 443,917 Varadna
4 Utrna 1,389,791 Bosunija 14 Braznica 357,477 Bosunija
5 Pomorna 975,119 Bruzka 15 Obránse 334,972 Cărnipoře
6 Hrdovna 707,676 Severna Zakotija 16 Nediňe 306,456 Bosunija
7 Grast 618,910 Trnava 17 Judusa 238,975 Bosunija
8 Zvin 599,477 Varadna 18 Đalan 206,199 Nimorăn
9 Čakajec 553,179 Bruzka 19 Dlášice 191,393 Mograč
10 Idrazna 519,907 Vosporođ 20 Vulšior 144,570 Vlahac


Constitution of Luepola

Government and the Sliet

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Foreign Relations

Armed Forces





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