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Ajax is a focused roleplaying and worldbuilding region that incorporates both mediums into how nations interact and engage with one another. Members focus on a variety of aspects, including culture, individuals, politics, religion, and other lore, to build a living, active world.

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Itmassan-ddin (Tifinaɣ: ⵉⵜⵎⴰⵙⵙⴰⵏⵯⴷⴷⵉⵏ), also known as the Saints' Faith, is the traditional religion of northern Amaziɣ peoples, particularly in Aɣmatia. It is distinct from, but related to Kaharnism which is associated with the southern Amaziɣ peoples, or Tamashek, in Charnea. Kaharnism and Itmassan Faith share heliolatrous aspects and a founder ancestor figure in Kahina and Kaharna. However, there are major differences in cosmology and religious practices between the two faiths. (See more...)

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Zacapican, formally the Red Banner Tribual (Nahuatl: Panchichiltic Tlahtoloyan), is an Imperial Federation located in southern Oxidentale, bordering Kayahallpa to the north. It is a constitutional monarchy in which power is shared between the monarchic Huetlatoani (lit. "Great Speaker", equivalent to the title of "Emperor") the corresponding parliamentary authorities of the Popular Assembly which are the triumvirate formed by the Chief Secretary and the two House speakers. Atlepetl tier governments therefore mirror the federal tier government with a hereditary noble executive balanced against a popular assembly, derived from nationwide voting districts on the federal level and from Calpolli representatives at the state level. Zacapican is therefore considered to be a developed country with a diverse composition of agriculture, manufacturing and service industries. Zacapican is the third largest economy in Oxidentale, behind the economic powerhouses of Mutul and Sante Reze in northern Oxidentale. (See more...)
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Greatest territorial extent of the Kayamuca Empire.
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