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|The Grisean-Thirranic Commonwealth is a constitutional monarchy, established in its current form in 1882 after the War of the Mist. The monarchy itself was formed in 900 AD with the Fall of Sarai. It is located in Southern Antarephia in the Harda Archipelago, bordering Kalisänjo, Pasalia, AN150b, and has a maritime border with Kofuku. It has been a member of Assembly of Nations since 1882 and cofounded the Antarephian Coalition in 1964 with Kofuku in the wake of the Great War.||Wě Gryse-Tyranykě Kaminšavaly si̊ ě vecharě kri̊'aleť, eťhi̊l ytle java'ě karente nyplodz ytle 1882 pašt w'Åštrudhylě ž'wě Ňosvo̊ni̊rě. Wě kri̊'aleť javi̊ ešt nyplodza ytle 900 CH vyž wě Tol ž'Sari̊. Java si̊ lakaca ytle Arvažyjen Anľaneťe̊ ytle w'Ardě-još, bakleně Kalysånjo, Pasålyja, AN150b, y nyklaneťatele ě ďyrně baklen vyž Kovuků. Java nyklaneťatele vjal ě mechar šorn ž'w-Ardachan ž’Krokatojenś caleť 1882 y kavende w'Anľaneťe̊ Nasjonem ytle 1964 vyž Kovuků ytle wě vaka ž'wě Krakali̊eť Åštrudhylě.|
"Kynel šorn w’ašedě velaren ǩaganel, ůnyterě žendalľan w’eleňe još ž’w-Arvažyjěn W̊anechel! Halaa Gryse̊! Halaa Tyranykě!"
Gydánše j'Velaren ta-Arvážyjen W̊anechél
|Official languages||Grisean, Thirranic|
|• National languages||Sarai Darrsian, Darrsian, Castellanese|
|Ethnic Groups||Grisean, Low Thirranic, High Thirranic, Saraiian, Nyblauners, Castellanese|
|• Kri̊ja-kal že Gryse-Tyranykě||TBD|
|• Total||20243.42 km2|
7816.03 sq mi
|• Census (2021)||6,541,345|
|Currency||Gryse̊-Tyranykalěn Yšen (ℑ) (GTY)|
|Drives on the||right|
The Commonwealth is located in the Harda Archipelago on Harda Major, along the northern coasts. The nation has three large lakes, known as Ćqan Ľaka, Joněkadťel Ľaka, and Nyparađa Ľaka. Nyparađa is brackish, connected to the ocean by the Nyparađa Channel, an important Grisean waterway that allows a marine connection from the First Capital, Aľatyn, and the Asperic Ocean. Ćqan and Joněkadťel are freshwater, connected to the ocean via manmade canals and the Aragansa River. The coastline is lined with numerous deep fjords, holding some of the oldest coastal Grisean settlements. The northwest holds the largest city in the Commonwealth, Nimaria/Nimaryjě. The city is on a peninsula separated from the rest of the country by the Bay of Nimaria, and is connected by roads by a 3km strip of land along the border with AN150b at the south end of the bay. Several islands dot the coastline, comprising the Kurni and Kanata Islands. The Kurni Islands are directly north of the Sarai coast, with many being visible from the coastline. The Kanata Islands are a chain that is north along the border of the Gryse̊ and Thirran regions and is comprised of several smaller islets and a larger island. These archipelagos are popular vacation destinations for Grisean citizens and foreign tourists alike.
The earliest record of a Grisean state was in __ as the Archduchy of Aľatyn, led by the legendary Kri̊ja Amanečer I. (TBE later.)
In 619 AD, settlers, merchants, and pirates sailed north from the Monolitzh Empire (centred in modern-day Kofuku) and landed in the Sarai Region, founding an independent kingdom free of Monolitzh laws.
In 897 AD, the Archduchy of Aľatyn declares war and begins the Invasion of Sarai.
In 900 AD, The Fall of Sarai brings about the unification of Grisean lands under the Archduchy.
In 1449, a tripartite alliance agreement is signed between the Bjéri Empire, Aľatyn, and Thirran.
In 1451, the First Hardan War begins with the invasion of Nyblau by Thirran.
In 1460, the Peace of Barran is signed, which results in Monolitzh losing its northern regions and the independence of the Kingdom of Kalamyrai, a High Thirranic nation.
In 1738 the Second Hardan War is ignited when (TBD)
In 1739, Kri̊ja Luo II ascends to the throne after the death of .
In 1762, Kri̊ja Ťeten ascends to the throne after the death of Luo II.
In 1802, Kri̊ja Eŕyk IV ascends to the throne after the death of Ťeten.
In 1827 Kri̊ja Neherhara II ascends to the throne after the death of Eŕyk IV.
In 1853, the Ingerish colonise the Kanata Archipelago.
In 1879, the Archduchy of Aľatyn and the Low Thirranic kingdom (Aľatyn and Thirran, respectively) unify into the Kingdom of Gryse̊.
In 1882, Gryse̊ takes Kanata from the Ingerish, resulting in a total Grisean victory. This war is known as the War of the Mist. Gryse̊ joins the Assembly of Nations.
In 1899, Kri̊ja Saval V ascends to the throne after the death of Nejerhara II.
In 1901, an alliance between Gryse̊-Thirran and Kalisänjo is formed.
In 1907, Kri̊ja Saval V suddenly dies and Kri̊ja Luo III takes power.
In 1908, Gryse̊ and Kalisänjo declare war on the Kingdom of Kalamyrai, with in the kingdom being split in two between the victors, resulting in the current national border. Gryse̊ reforms into the Grisean-Thirranic Commonwealth. This is also a direct cause of the civil unrest that led to the Kamenraijata, or the Kalisanjan Civil War.
In 1936 during the Castellanese Civil War, the Commonwealth sides with the Castellanese Republic against the fascist forces. In 1937, the fascists stage an uprising in San Juan de Castellán, resulting in the island siding with the fascists. In 1938, as a show of support to the Republic, the Commonwealth successfully takes control of San Juan de Castellán in a six day siege of the island. In 1939, the Republic falls to the fascists. The fascists were unable to regain control of the island and ceded it to the Commonwealth at the end of the war. This is the only major conflict fought between the Commonwealth and a foreign power.
In 1964, the Grisean-Thirranic Commonwealth and Kofuku create the Antarephian Coalition after the Great War.
In 1978, Kri̊ja Manalě I ascends to the throne after the death of Luo III.
In 1988, San Juan de Castellán is made into the Seventh Region of the Commonwealth.
There are 6.5 million people living in the Commonwealth as of 2021. 15 most populous cities:
|Place||City name||City name in Ingerish||Region||Population|
|5||San Juan de Castellán||(Literally translated: Saint John of Castellan)||San Juan de Castellán||20 890|