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Political Parties (to achieve federal representation):

Right-wing Populist

  Estmere First

Conservative & Sotirian Democratic

  Viridians   Unionist Party   Prohibition Party   Sotirian People's Party   National Democratic Party   Sotirian Democratic Union   Centre Party

Liberal & Radical

  Borough Party   Chartists   Constitutionalist Party   Radical Liberal Party   Reform Party   The Radicals   Vox Estmere

Social Democratic & Socialist

  Socialist Party of Estmere   Estmerish Section of the Workers' International   Co-operative Party   Socialist Workers' Party   Progressive Social Democrats   Left Party

Nationalities & Community-based

  Party of the Swathish   Aldman Democratic Alliance   Les Fleuvais Ensemblle

Green & Futurist


Counties of Estmere

Counties of Estmere
Also known as:
Sċirs (Swathish)
Comtés (Flurian)
Estmere Counties.svg
Location Estmere
Found inStates
Possible typesMetropolitan (8)
Non-metropolitan (33)
GovernmentCounty council

The states of Estmere are subdivided into 41 counties (Swathish: sċirs, Flurian: comtés). The county is one of three levels of subnational government in Estmere, occupying a middle tier between the states and the districts. The counties are only extant in mainland Estmere, with the overseas territories of St Roberts and Fleming and Kingsport being counted as distinct entities.

Each county has a county council, responsible for local government, which meets in the county town. The counties are symbollically led by either a Sheriff or a Bailiff, but this is a ceremonial position and in practice power lies with the leaders of each county council.

Counties correspond to the second tier of the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS 2). They can be either as metropolitan or non-metropolitan, with metropolitan counties having slightly more autonomy. Metropolitan counties cover large urban areas, particularly conurbations. Counties are subdivided into districts, which can be classed as boroughs, cantreds, ridings or hundreds.

Types of county

Estmerish counties can be either metropolitan or non-metropolitan. The majority are non-metropolitan, with 33 considered non-metropolitan, and only 8 counties out of 41 having metropolitan status. Metropolitan counties have more autonomy than their non-metropolitan cousins, but delegate more powers in turn to their borough subdivisions. 18.4 million people, around 33% of the Estmerish population, live in the 8 metropolitan counties. Non-metropolitan counties (also known as shire counties or true counties) are the most common type of county.


County councils absorbed the responsibilities of the water boards in 1922.


Counties can be divided into four types of subdivision, which correspond to the third tier of the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics. Predominantly urban subdivisions are known as boroughs, while the three other kings of subdivision are variations of rural subdivision. These are known as cantreds in Flurian-speaking regions, while in Swathish-speaking regions they are more commonly known as ridings or hundreds.


List of counties

County name Type State County town
Alfsard Non-metropolitan Lowland
County Arundel Non-metropolitan Roland
Bouley Metropolitan Bouley Bouley
Cumburshire Non-metropolitan Scitterland
Damesbridgeshire Non-metropolitan West Counties Damesbridge
Dunwich Metropolitan Dunwich Dunwich
Elmwoodshire Non-metropolitan Midland
The Evreux Non-metropolitan Evre
Farfolk Non-metropolitan West Counties Farwich
Fensfolk Non-metropolitan Lowland
Greater Harbrough Metropolitan Scitterland Harbrough
Greater Morwall Metropolitan Greater Morwall Morwall
Griminghamshire Non-metropolitan Midland Grimingham
Halfhilshire Non-metropolitan Swerdia
Halifolk Non-metropolitan Midland
County Hamilton Non-metropolitan Arvorne Hamilton
County Harcourt Non-metropolitan Evre
Isle of Couchon Non-metropolitan Arvorne
Kingchestershire Non-metropolitan Roland Kingchester
Leethsire Non-metropolitan Lowland
Longwoodshire Non-metropolitan Swerdia Longwood
Lower Scitterside Metropolitan Scitterland Knowlesby
County Molyneux Non-metropolitan West Counties
Nelbrookshire Non-metropolitan Swerdia Nelbrook
The Perch Non-metropolitan Arvorne Barfleu
County Poleon Non-metropolitan Roland
County Pomeroy Non-metropolitan West Counties
County Renouf Non-metropolitan Arvorne
The Roumois Non-metropolitan Evre
Salchestershire Non-metropolitan Midland Salchester
Selverfeld Non-metropolitan Midland
Sharrowshire Metropolitan Scitterland Sheaford
St Richardsland Metropolitan Roland St Richards
Swarbergshire Non-metropolitan Swerdia
County Tanqueray Non-metropolitan Arvorne
Tolburyshire Non-metropolitan Scitterland Tolbury
Upper Scitterside Metropolitan Scitterland Burdale
County Vernon Non-metropolitan Roland
County Vexin Non-metropolitan Roland
Walstedshire Non-metropolitan Lowland Walsted
County Wimney Non-metropolitan Roland Wimney
County Yvetot Non-metropolitan Arvorne

Counties Misc

List of names & etymologies:

Alfsard (sw; "Ạlfsẹrd", home of the elves)
Damesbridgeshire (sw/fl; shire of the dame's [philanthropic wife of a local knight/lord in this case] bridge)
County Harcourt (fl; county of the hare's rural farm)
County Vernon (fl; county of the place of alder trees)
Longwoodshire (sw; "Langwẹldsċir", shire of the long woods)
Halifolk (sw; "Hȧliġfolc", [place of] the holy people)
Fensfolk (sw; "Fennsfolc", [place of] the people of the marshes)
Kingchestershire (sw; "Cyngcẹstersċir", shire of the fort of the king)
Salchestershire (sw; "Sạlcẹstersċir", shire of the castle with the great hall)
Walstedshire (sw; "Vallstẹdsċir", shire of the settlement on the dam/dyke)
Tolburyshire (sw; "Tolburgsċir" shire of the toll town)
Sharrowshire (sw; "Scạerhȯhsċir", shire of the share of the projecting piece of land)
Selverfeld (sw; "Sẹlferfeld", the silver plain)
County Wimney (fl/sw; county of the town of Wymgeofu)
The Perch (fl; "le Perche", refers to a tall-treed forest)
Isle of Couchon (fl; "Île dés couochon", island of pigs)
[Liberty of] St Richardsland (fl; the liberty of Saint Richard's land)
Elmwoodshire (sw; "Elmwẹldsċir", shire of the elm woods)
Greater Morwall (sw; "Grėat Morvẹll"/"Grande Mèroual", foreigners on the River Mor, but you know, greater)
Greater Harbrough (sw; "Hȧrburg", the dark grey burg, but again, greater)
Leethshire (al/sw; *lǭd, meaning associated with flooding, and then the shire of)
Swarbergshire (sw; "Svẹrtbėrgsċir", shire of the black mountain)
County Yvetot (fl; "Comté Yvetot", county of Yvo's property)
Bouley (sw; "Bogalēaġe" (OS)/"Bolėġe" (SW)/"Boulaî" (FL), the clearing in the woods at the bend [in the river])
Dunwich (gh/sw; "Dún Lonrach" (GH)/"Dunnwīc" (OS)/"Dunvėoc" (SW) the fortified fort at the fortified fort)
The Roumois (fl; "le Roumois", ??)
Nelbrookshire (sw; "Snelbrȯcsċir", shire of the fast brook)
Halfhilshire (sw; "Hẹlfhyllsċir", shire of the half hills)
Cumburshire (sw; "Cumburgsċir", shire of the town in the narrow valley)
Griminghamshire (sw; "Griġminghamsċir", shire of the homestead of the people of Griġm)
Farfolk (sw; "Fẹrfolc", [place of] the people from far-away)

NUTS 1 - Constituent entities (states) NUTS 2 - Counties & shires NUTS 3 - Boroughs, cantreds, hundreds and ridings NUTS 4 (LAU) - Parishes, tithings and neighbourhoods

State & overseas territory legislatures

Greater Morwall

Greater Morwall 2019.svg

Government (47)
     Social Democratic and Co-operative Party (47)
Supported by (5)
     Estmerish Section of the Workers' International (4)
     Hope Not Hate (1)
Opposition (49)
     Sotirian Democratic Union (18)
     Reform Party (7)
     Greens (6)
     Vox Estmere (6)
     Residents' Assocation (6) (3)
     Estmere First (2)
     Reason Party (1)


Flurland 2020.svg

Government (158)
     Sotirian Democratic Union (158)
Opposition (155)
     Social Democratic and Co-operative Party (60)
     Reform Party (21)
     Greens (21)
     Estmere First (15)
     Liberty Party (12)
     Vox Estmere (10)
     Independents (10)
     Estmerish Section of the Workers' International (3)
     Flurian Language League (3)


Wealdland 2018.svg

Government (188)
     Social Democratic and Co-operative Party (137)
     Party of the Swathish (51)
Supported by (6)
     Aldman Democratic Alliance (6)
Opposition (161)
     Sotirian Democratic Union (106)
     Reform Party (23)
     Estmerish Section of the Workers' International (11)
     Greens (10)
     Estmere First (9)
     Hope Not Hate (2)


Kingsport 2017.svg

Government (32)
     Kingsport Socialist Co-operative Party (17)
     Kingsport Alliance for Change (9)
     The Kingsport Alternative (6)
Opposition (23)
     Kingsport United (13)
     Sotirian Democratic Union (8)
     Kabuese Section of the Workers' International (2)

St Roberts and Fleming

St Roberts & Fleming 2018.svg

Government (30)
     Sotirian Social Democratic Party (30)
Supported by (4)
     Integration with Estmere Party (4)
Opposition (33)
     Social Democratic Liberation Party (19)
     Social Liberal Democratic Party (12)
     St Roberts and Fleming Section of the Workers' International (2)

1982 Shoreham by-election

Shoreham by-election

← 1981 11 July 1982 1984 →

Shoreham parliamentary seat
  First party Second party
  Blank Blank
Candidate Harry Peterson Andrew Times
Party Greens Reform
Popular vote 10,522 6,410
Percentage 34.8% 21.2%
Swing Increase32.9% Decrease18.0%

  Third party Fourth party
  Blank Blank
Candidate Gregory Houchingdon Anthony Burgess
Popular vote 6,289 5,261
Percentage 20.8% 17.4%
Swing Decrease20.9% Increase1.7%

MP before election

David Johnson
Sotirian Democratic Union

Subsequent MP

Harry Peterson

A Shoreham by-election was held on 11 July 1982. The by-election was caused by the death of David Johnson on 7 May 1982, who had been elected on behalf of the Sotirian Democratic Union as the Member of Parliament for Shoreham less than a year prior.

The seat was traditionally an SDU-Radical Liberal (and later Reform Party) marginal, but the approval of a new nuclear power plant near the seat (approved by the previous SDU government and upheld by the new Reform government) majorly shifted the balance of power in the seat. The local anti-nuclear movement became a major factor, and the power plant itself became a major issue in the campaign. The Greens were able to flex their anti-nuclear credentials and act as a protest vote for both liberal and conservative voters in the seat.

The by-election was notable in that it saw the Greens win their first parliamentary constituency, catapulting them from extra-parliamentary opposition. The result was an embarassment for the SDU, and to a lesser extent to the governing Reform Party. The power plant's construction was paused indefinitely, and the seat was ultimately gained by the Reform Party in the next election, with the Greens in fourth place.




Shoreham by-election, 1982
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Greens Harry Peterson 10,522 34.8 + 32.9
Reform Andrew Times 6,410 21.2 - 18.0
SDU Gregory Houchingdon 6,289 20.8 - 20.9
SDCP Anthony Burgess 5,261 17.4 + 1.7
Majority 0,000 0.0 - 0.0
Turnout 30,236 00.0 + 0.0
Greens gain from Sotirian Democratic Union Swing

10,522 34.8% 6,410 21.2% 6,289 20.8% 5,261 17.4% 1,754 5.8%

41.7% 39.2% 15.7% 1.9% 1.5%


Education in Estmere

Age Compulsorary? Year School Division Final exam
3 to 4 No Nursery None
4 to 5 Yes Preparatory Primary Infant
5 to 6 Year 1
6 to 7 Year 2 Basic Comprehension Exams
7 to 8 Year 3 Junior None
8 to 9 Year 4
9 to 10 Year 5
10 to 11 Year 6 Advanced Comprehension Exams
11 to 12 Year 7 Comprehensive Grammar Technical Lower senior None
12 to 13 Year 8
13 to 14 Year 9
14 to 15 Year 10 Upper senior
15 to 16 Year 11 Basic Certificates Vocational Qualifications
Level 1
16 to 17 No Year 12 College Lower collegiate None
17 to 18 Year 13 Upper collegiate Advanced Certificates Vocational Qualifications
Level 2

Alte Bruderschaft

Weranian Premier Otto von Hößlin (left) with former Estmerish Prime Minister Reginald Wilton-Smyth in 2018. Wilton-Smyth and von Hößlin were seen as particularly committed to the Alte Bruderschaft.

The Alte Bruderschaft (Estmerish: Old Brotherhood) is a term often used to describe the special relationship between Estmere and Werania, in the form of the close culutral, diplomatic, economic, political and military relations that the two nations share. Both countries share a historic relationship, and the two have shared an alliance in one form or another since Weranian Unification; as such, the two have participated jointly in a number of conflicts, such as the War of the Triple Alliance, the Great War, the Solarian War, the Kirenian-Weranian War and the Tsabaran Civil War.

The term was first coined by Weranian foreign minister Adolf Ritter von Kral in 1883, following the peaceful resolution of the Lake Edward dispute. It was used more broadly in the run up to the Great War The term has subsequently been used by leaders and commentators from both countries.

Historically, the bruderschaft has greatly influenced Euclea. Starting with Estmerish support for the unification of Werania, the relationship and alliance between the two countries would later serve as the primary anchor around which the Grand Alliance was built. The relationship was instrumental in Werania's accession to the Euclean Community, and within the EC the two countries have repeatedly acted together for their mutual interest.

The strength of the Alte Bruderschaft has fluctuated over time, and its political component is seen as dependent on the leadership of the two countries. There have been a number of particularly close relationships among the heads of government of the two countries, such as between Viktor Beer-Hofmann and Fabian Young, between Ludolf Ostermann and Robert Reynolds, between Heidi Reid and Rasa Šimonytė, and recently between Reginald Wilton-Smyth and Otto von Hößlin. Critics have disputed the extent of the Bruderschaft, particularly in terms of its political, diplomatic and military aspects.

Name and terminology

Weranian foreign minister Adolf Ritter von Kral made the first recorded use of the term in 1883, in conversation with the Estmerish ambassador and the Weranian press. This was following the conclusion of the Lake Edward dispute, in which Werania and Estmere peacefully resolved a colonial border crisis. Von Kral hailed the Alte Bruderschaft that the two nations shared. He made note of the shared history and culture of the two countries, commenting on the mutual influences on each nation's cuisine, culture and political systems. After it's use by von Kral, the term became widely used in both Estmere and Werania, and has been used by leaders and commentators from both countries since.

Country comparison

Werania Weranian Confederation Estmere Commonwealth of Estmere
Flag Werania Estmere
Coat of Arms Werania Coat of Arms.png Estmere Arms.png
Anthem Was ist des Ostischen Vaterland? And did those feet in ancient time
Population 58,693,219 59,094,450
Area 586,495 km2 (226,447 sq mi) 284,874 km2 (109,990 sq mi)
Population density 100.07/km2 (259.1/mi2) 198.40/km2 (513.9/mi2)
Capital city Westbrücken Morwall
Largest city Wiesstadt – 2,567,852 Morwall – 8,789,507
Established March 17, 1842 May 1, 1936
Government Federal parliamentary elective monarchy Federal parliamentary constitutional republic
Head of State Federal President Charlotte II President Alice Roberts
Head of Government Premier Otto von Hößlin Prime Minister Zoe Halivar
Legislature Bundestag Parliament
Official language Weranian Estmerish
Main religions
HDI 0.925 0.919
GDP (nominal) $2.631 trillion $2.533 trillion
GDP (nominal) per capita $42,045 $44,826
GDP (PPP) $2.768 trillion $2.605 trillion
GDP (PPP) per capita $44,231 $46,091
Nuclear warheads
180/220 110/275


Relationships of the Alte Bruderschaft
Duration Prime Minister Premier
1934–1937 Godfredson Röttgen
1937–1938 Godfredson von Pittermann
1938–1939 Montgomerie von Pittermann
1939 Montgomerie Nischwitz
1939–1941 Gilbert Nischwitz
1941 Gilbert zu Kolbenheyer
1941–1944 Holmes zu Kolbenheyer
1941–1949 Holmes Rössler
1949 Moore Rössler
1949–1950 Spencer Rössler
1950 Spencer von Günther
1950–1953 Spencer Beer-Hofmann
1953–1955 Young Beer-Hofmann
1955 Young Vogel
1955–1960 Spencer Vogel
1960–1961 Spencer Stahl
1961–1963 FitzHubert Stahl
1963–1965 Hamilton Wiefelspütz
1965–1966 Hamilton Wiefelspütz
1966 Mosset Wiefelspütz
1966–1967 Mosset von Münstermann
1967–1969 Lawson von Münstermann
1969–1972 Lawson Welskopf-Henrich
1972 Lawson Wiefelspütz
1972–1973 Prentice Wiefelspütz
1973–1975 Armstrong Wiefelspütz
1975–1976 Armstrong Zollitsch
1976–1980 Mosset Zollitsch
1980 Mosset Vinkauskas
1980–1981 Lowe Vinkauskas
1981–1984 Reynolds Vinkauskas
1984–1990 Reynolds Ostermann
1990–1992 Smith Ostermann
1992–1993 Phillips Ostermann
1993–1997 Phillips Löscher
1997–1998 Hamilton Löscher
1998–1999 Stephenson Löscher
1999 Stephenson Šimonytė
1999–2008 Reid Šimonytė
2008–2009 Hawkins Šimonytė
2009–2011 Hawkins Wittmann
2011–2012 Hawkins Koopmann
2012–2013 Dawson Koopmann
2013–2015 Dawson Oberhauser
2015–2016 Baskerville Oberhauser
2016–2018 Graham Oberhauser
2018 Graham Felder
2018–2019 Wilton-Smyth Felder
2019–2021 Wilton-Smyth von Hößlin
2021 Halivar von Hößlin

Origins and background

Contemporary relations

Military co-operation

Economic policy and trade relationship

Shared foreign policy

Cultural connections

Pulbic opinion

Citizen William

Citizen William

2018 general election

2018 Estmerish general election

← 2016 7 June 2018 2021 →

All 600 seats in the Chamber of Commons
301 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Official portrait of Mr David Davis crop 2.jpg Official portrait of Lisa Nandy crop 2.jpg Kirsty Williams AM (28092338171) (cropped).jpg
Leader Reginald Wilton-Smyth Zoe Halivar Esther Bennett
Party SDU SDCP Reform
Leader since 23 April 2018 22 May 2016 11 October 2014
Leader's seat Newchurch and Harrendole Harbrough Hillside Tolbury Outer
Seats won 217 189 101
Seat change Increase Increase Decrease

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Chris Christie at VP Office (1) (cropped).jpg Molly Scott Cato, 2016 (cropped).jpg Official portrait of Rt Hon Sir George Howarth MP crop 2.jpg
Leader Philip Avery Sara Hall-Brookes
(Lead Candidate)
Aelfwin Stringer
Party Estmere First Greens Party of the Swathish
Leader since 1 December 2012 7 April 2015 15 August 2009
Leader's seat Dawe and Clydes
Tendersea Holdenshire Wilds
Seats won 35 29 15
Seat change Decrease Increase Increase

2018 Estmere Election Map.svg
A map showing the results. Constituency results are shown on the left, list seats on the right.

Prime Minister before election

Reginald Wilton-Smyth

Prime Minister after election

Reginald Wilton-Smyth

The 2018 Estmerish general election was held Thursday 7 June 2018 to elect all 600 members of the Chamber of Commons, the lower house of Parliament, following the dissolution of the Chamber at the request of the Prime Minister. The Sotirian Democratic Union remained the largest party, and the Reform Party voted to continue their coalition agreement.

Reginald Wilton-Smyth called the snap election on 9 May, in order to seek a personal mandate to govern after succeeding Richard Graham as Prime Minister and Leader of the Sotirian Democratic Union on 23 April. This followed a tense month of governance, as Wilton-Smyth attempted to re-negotiate his party's coalition agreement with the Reform Party and Deputy Prime Minister Esther Bennett. Reform had opposed an election, but the Social Democratic and Co-operative Party and Leader of the Opposition Zoe Halivar voted in favour. Opinion polls showed a divided electorate. The SDU held a marginal lead throughout the campaign, but the SDCP climbed in the polls over the month largely at the expense of Reform.

Austerity, the economy and immigration featured prominently in the campaign, while the Euclean Community featured less prominently than in previous elections. The personality of party leaders also became a key issue during the race, with Wilton-Smyth seen as likeable, optimistic and jovial, while Halivar was seen as competent but boring and negative. After the Pietramontecorvino Incident, relations with Etruria became a topical issue, as Wilton-Smyth argued for a softer touch that won some praise, while Halivar was seen as "hysterical" in her response. The SDU were generally seen to be running a positive campaign, while the SDCP were sometimes seen as too negative and critical.

On polling day, the Sotirian Democratic Union and Social Democratic and Co-operative Party both made gains, largely at the expense of Reform and Estmere First, which saw a large drop in its vote. The Greens made small gains, while ESWI lost all but 1 of its 13 constituency seats. The Party of the Swathish and their alliance partners the Aldman Democratic Alliance saw marginal increases to their vote share, but in part due to tactical voting were able to gain 4 constituency seats.

Electoral system

Elections to the Chamber of Commons in Estmere use the Additional Member System, a mixed system that is semi-proportional. Each voter has two votes; one for their local constituency, and another for their preferred party. Voters can be registered to multiple constituencies through multiple residences, but can only vote in one constituency. There are 600 total members of the Chamber of Commons; 400 members are elected through first-past-the-post constituency seats, while the remaining 200 are through a national party list. The list seats are allocated through the Boeri method, with the winners of the constituency seats taken into account. Parties must accrue a minimum of 2.5% of the vote combined to be eligible to enter Parliament through the national party list.

Generally, the party that recieves the largest proportion of the vote forms the government; though it is common for no party to recieve a majority of the vote, and so coalition governments and minority government are common. It is also therefore possible for the largest party to be excluded from government, if the smaller parties can create a coalition amongst themselves.

The election used the constituency boundaries that had first been used in the 2012 general election.

One had to be an eligible voter in order to be a vote in the election, meaning that they had to be aged 18 or older on polling day, be an Estmerish citizen or a citizen from another Euclean Community country permenantly resident in Estmere and not be excluded from voting due to legal reasons. Voters had to register to vote by midnight on 24 May, two weeks prior to polling day.


Date and time of the election




Television debates


Party Estmerish slogan Flurian slogan Swathish slogan
Sotirian Democratic Union Keep the Economy Strong. Keep Estmere Moving. Keep Estmere Great Garder l'êconomie forte. Garder l'Estme bouogeante. Garder l'Estme grande Keep þe Ƿorthship Sƿiþ. Keep Eastmarchon Shriþing. Keep Eastmarchon Great
Social Democratic and Co-operative Party End Austerity; Estmere Deserves Better Arrêter l'austérité; l'Estme méthite miyeu Forstoppen Tighthold; Eastmarchon Meeds Better
Reform Party A Strong Economy with Equal Opportunities for All Ieune êconomie forte avec des opportunités égales pouor tous A Sƿiþ Ƿorthship ƿith Even Seels for All
Estmere First Always Standing up for Estmere Terjous d'fendre l'Estme Evermore Upstanding for Eastmarchon
Greens No to Austerity, Yes to Stopping Climate Change Non à l'austérité, oui à arrêter l'changement clyînmatique No to Tighthold, Yes to Forstopping Welkinwist Onwending
Estmerish Section of the Workers' International Vote for Socialism! Votez pouor l'socialisme! Poll for Felloƿism!
Party of the Swathish A Voice for Our Language; A Voice for Our People N/A Leid Steaven; Folk Steaven
Aldman Democratic Alliance Speak up, Speak up for Us N/A N/A

Opinion polls


217 101 189 35 29 29
Sotirian Democratic Union Reform Party Social Democratic and Co-operative Party Estmere First Greens Others
2018 Estmere Parliament.svg
Party Votes % Seats ±
Constituency List Total
Sotirian Democratic Union 35.58 179 37 216 Increase
Social Democratic and Co-operative Party 30.91 126 61 187 Increase
Reform Party 16.69 77 24 101 Decrease
Estmere First 5.76 5 30 35 Decrease
Greens 4.91 4 25 29 Increase
Party of the Swathish 2.59 6 9 15 Increase3
Estmerish Section of the Workers' International 2.51 1 14 15 Decrease
Aldman Democratic Alliance 0.37 2 0 2 Increase1
Others 0.41 0 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 0.27
Total 0 100 400 200 600
Registered voters/turnout

Voter demographics


Gallant Cineverse


The Titans

"Captain Liberty"/Richard "Dick" Spencer - Super-strength. Great War veteran. Carries the distinctive, burning Sword of Liberty, which was pulled from a mighty stone in Estmere and is made of unobtainium. Comparisons: Captain America/Britain
"Lightning Witch"/Elizabeth "Liz" Tarquin - Weather manipulation (namely storms & lightning) & magicy things. Comparisons: Storm, Scarlet Witch, Thor
"Microman"/Edward "Ed" Smith - Size-shifting (with accompanying quirks in strength/speed). Comparisons: Antman
"Swift"/Jack Jackson - Super-speed. Teen, friendly neighbourhood hero. Comparisons: Spiderman, Dash, The Flash
"Abomination"/Lucas Weiss - Former paraplegic with cybernetic implants that make him just good. Comparisons: Cyborg, Ironman
"Robin Hood"/Emily Myers - Daughter of a CEO, who is a star olympic archer by day and vigilante archer by night. No, no one puts two and two together. Comparions: Red Arrow, Hawkeye

Other heroes with franchises

"Masked Prince"/Damien Dupois - Working class Black kid from Hartham discovers he is heir to the throne of an ancient Bahian kingdom, and by wearing the Mask unlocks his latent powers. Comparisons: Black Panther
"Major Problem"/Roadie Ritalin - Deadpan mercenary with regenerative abilities. Comparisons: Deadpool
"Lionheart"/Louis Letterman - Can turn into a lion. Real creative, I know. Comparisons: Hulk? Wolverine? Venom?


"Le Roi"/Albert Beauregard - Surviving functionalist-in-exile. Massively modified to become "the prime being". Primary antagonist to Capitan Liberty. Operates from his hidden base in Glacia. Comparison: Mecha-Hitler
"The Nightwatchman"/William Bale - Martial arts & money. A vigilante, formerly considered an anti-hero, who has strayed too far into darkness. Widely seen as a shot at Miracle's Sable. Comparisons: Batman, Black Noir
"The Clone Legion" -


Film Release date Director Screenwriter(s) Story by Producer(s)
Torch of Liberty July 22, 2013 (2013-07-22)
Let There Be Lightning June 11, 2013 (2013-06-11)
Your Friendly Neighbourhood Swift August 20, 2014 (2014-08-20)
Microman! May 5, 2014 (2014-05-05)
Titans: Assemble August 11, 2015 (2015-08-11)
Abomination: Rise February 13, 2016 (2016-02-13)
The Masked Prince September 8, 2016 (2016-09-08)
Captain Liberty: Freedom's Anchor May 17, 2017 (2017-05-17)
Major Problem October 25, 2017 (2017-10-25)
Lightning Witch and the Ark of Secrets March 6, 2018 (2018-03-06)
Swift II: Life is a Highway July 22, 2018 (2018-07-22)
Titans: Legion August 13, 2019 (2019-08-13)
Robin Hood: The Noble Thief February 6, 2020 (2020-02-06)
Lionheart September 19, 2020 (2020-09-19)
Microman II: Bigger and Better April 2, 2021 (2021-04-02)
Major Problem II: Minor Issues October 29, 2021 (2021-10-29)

David Duhamel Company

David Duhamel Company
The Duhamel–DuFoy & Devaney Company
The Duhamel–DuFoy Company
Traded asMSE: DUH
IndustryMass media
FoundedNovember 7, 1926; 95 years ago (1926-11-07)
FounderDavid Duhamel
HeadquartersDavid Duhamel Studios, ,
Area served
Key people
ProductsFilms, music, video games, amusement parks
ServicesTelevision, publishing, streaming, broadcasting, radio

The David Duhamel Company, known more commonly as David Duhamel, the Duhamel Company or as simply Duhamel, is an Estmerish multinational entertainment multi-media conglomerate headquartered in Solange, in the Evreux. It is the world's second largest media conglomerate in terms of revenue.

The Duhamel company was founded by David Duhamel on November 7, 1926, at the insistence of his close colleague Hugh Devaney. Duhamel had been an amateur cartoonist, and was funded in his endeavour to create an independent animation studio by his wife Julia DuFoy–Duhamel and her extended family, members of the Flurian gentry. The Duhamel Company eventually diversified from animation into live-action films, television, and amusement parks.

The company has become a prominent entertainment company worldwide, but particularly in the Estmerish-speaking world. As part of increasing diversification, Duhamel acquired a number of corporate divisions since the 1980s which aim to market to more mature audiences compared to its main brand. David Duhamel Motion Pictures and David Duhamel Studios are well-known divisions, and Duhamel operates a number of subsidaries including the NSE Network, the Gallant Comics Company, 2070 Animations and Historical Entertainment. The company also operates a number of amusement parks under the Duhamelia Parks Division, with parks located in Solange, Rayenne, Keisi, Weisstadt, Liberty City and Los Santos, and the direct-to-consumer streaming service Duhamel². The cartoon character Rickie Rabbit is considered a staple of the company's intellectual property, and features as a prominent mascot for Duhamel.

Duhamel is traded on the Weisstadt Börse and Morwall Stock Exchange under DUH, and on the Verlois Bourse under DDH, and is part of the MSE T100 Index.


1926–1928: Foundation and early years

1928–1935: Wartime animations

1935–1969: Post-war growth

1969–1981: Lost decade

1981–1992: The Duhamel Rinnovosi

1992–present: Cultural giant and media monopoly



The position of company president has been held by a member of the Duhamel family since the company's foundation, and represents the interests of the family.

Chief executive officers (CEO)



Gallant, a subsidiary of Duhamel.
NSE Network, a subsidiary of Duhamel.
Enigma, a subsidiary of Duhamel.

Duhamel owns a number of subsidiary companies, through which it has an outsized influence on the multimedia entertainment industry, outside of the company's traditional domain of animation and film. Duhamel's subsidiaries expand the company's reach to video games, sports entertainment, comic books and music publishing, while also allowing Duhamel to produce animations and films outside of its traditional family-friendly scope.


Intellectual property

Amusement parks


See also

Jürg Ochsner

Jürg Ochsner
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Ochsner in 1928
Born(1871-06-17)June 17, 1871
DiedFebruary 22, 1955(1955-02-22) (aged 83)
Political partyEstmerish Section of the Workers' International
Spouse(s)Maria Bickel

Philosophy career
Alma materUniversity of Morwall
Notable ideas

Jürg Ochsner (17 June 1871 – 22 February 1955) was an Estmerish Witterite socialist philosopher, writer, activist and politician. He is best known for expanding the theory of national personal autonomy into the wider philosophy of synthetic socialism, and for developing the idea of cultural hegemony.

Ochsner was born in 1871, into the large Witterite community of Morwall. He was orphaned from an early age, and was raised by other members of the community. At 17, he became a jeweller's apprentice, eventually earning enough to attend the University of Morwall in 1895.

He was mentored by Davor Rumyantsov after his exile to Morwall.