Administrative divisions of Ingerish Asperia

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Ingerish Asperia is administratively divided into TBD counties, one governorate, and TBD native reserves.

Forms of subdivision governance


Counties form the first-level divisions of Ingerish Asperia. They are primarily responsible for regional governance, including public services, land development, taxation, and garbage disposal among other things. They are administrated by the county seat, usually the largest town. Counties are further divided into four types of local government areas (LGA).

City councils

City councils are reserved for high population areas and normally are concentrated around the major cities.

District councils

District councils are the local government areas (LGA) that surround a town or towns, usually for more populated areas.

Regional councils

Regional councils are similar to district councils, except that are usually much more rural and with a less centralized population.

Unincorporated areas

Unincorporated areas do not possess their own local governance and are instead governed by the provincial Parliament.


Governorates are an unusual administrative division. They were formed following a national referendum, which gave major indigenous groups a semi-autonomous homeland within some provinces. They are technically still part of the province but operate under their tribal government.

Native reserves

Native reserves are similar to governorates but do not have the same degree of autonomy. The county is still responsible for local governance but within these reserves, indigenous peoples are able to employ their own customs, culture, etc.

List of counties

Ingerish Asperia counties
County name County seat Population Percent of province total Area (km2) Percent of province total
Reydon New Reydon 350,000 TBD TBD TBD
East Shiralee Umbra River 20,000 TBD TBD TBD
West Shiralee Eucider 15,000 TBD TBD TBD
Goughland Goughbury 40,000 TBD TBD TBD
North Centerlands Bathantown 150,000 TBD TBD TBD
Centerlands New Pitcombe 70,000 TBD TBD TBD
South Centerlands Halsbrook 30,000 TBD TBD TBD
Tidon Tidonmouth 50,000 TBD TBD TBD
Collesland Blythstirling 20,000 TBD TBD TBD
North Hale Metburn 20,000 TBD TBD TBD
South Hale New Hale 30,000 TBD TBD TBD
Braidth Fairchild 20,000 TBD TBD TBD
Squangit Westcott TBD TBD TBD TBD

Tshayhamhash Governorate

Flag of Administrative divisions of Ingerish Asperia Tshayhamhash Governorate
Qha’chshč Sčhayaxw / Q̕áʔc̕ɬč Sč̕ə́yəxʷ (Tshayhamhash / ƛ̕ay̕əm̕áɬ)
Capital: Qha’chshč Sčhayaxw / Q̕áʔc̕ɬč Sč̕ə́yəxʷ (Governorate seat)
Population: 18,000 (2022)

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The Tshayhamhash Governorate is a coastal governorate of Ingerish Asperia in Deodeca. Located in the rural west of the province, the Tshayhamhash Governorate is a major hub of native culture and representation within Ingerish Asperia. The governorate is unique in holding the status of "Governorate," meaning that it is highly autonomous within the province of Ingerish Asperia, and upholds different laws and traditions than the rest of Deodeca. Historically a separate protectorate from Deodeca and Ingerish Asperia, the governorate was annexed with rights by Ingerish Asperia on the eve of the Great War at the behest of the tribal leadership, fearing that foreign powers would intervene in the region. The governorate is the remnants of a once-vast tribal nation known as the Speshxen Kingdom (or Speshxen Sčtangxwan / Spə́ɬx̣ən Sčtə́ŋxʷən), stretching from Ironwood Bay to Squangit County in the east, covering the Northern Horn. Tshayhamhash holds many of the Speshxen tribe's sacred spaces, and over time became a refuge for both local and foreign native peoples, acting as a pseudo-reservation. The county seat is the town of Qha’chshč Sčhayaxw / Q̕áʔc̕ɬč Sč̕ə́yəxʷ (known in Ingerish as Ironwood Bay), with a population of around (TBD) people. Other towns and settlements include Q̕shumačan/Q̕ɬúməčən (Blackfish), Pipihaqh/Pipíhəq̕ (Nighthawk), Čx̣ayčačshč/Čx̣ayčáčɬč, Qaqan Skhwtu'/Qáqən Sk̕ʷtúʔ (Ravenmast), and Yanawas/Yə́nəwəs (Heart).

List of native reserves


See Also