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Resurrected from this sandbox. This page serves to explore the development of the Northern Archantan region and the formations of states.


Year Countries in Muinon Peninsula
Flag of Huaxia.svg Huaxia Kaosha Republic of Cinasia.png Cinasia Fayaan Grinzez
10000 BC Settlers on the peninsula had evolved into two distinct ethnic groups known as the Co Xua, the predecessors of the Kue, and the Neegs. Several prehistoric culture has discovered in nowadays Kong Chow (岡州)area.
400 BC The Neegs established the Zhin/Zuchaw (致賢) Kingdom, exerting firm control over modern southern Cinasia and parts of Kaoscha The Kue established the So Tai Kingdom in the northern half of the peninsula
Conflicts erupt between the Zuchaws and Kue along their disputed frontier. Additionally, they vied for influence over the minority tribes residing in the mountainous and eastern coastal regions of the peninsula.
200 AD The Fu(福) Dynasty is established Cinasian Par Dynasty (彭朝)has successed Zuchaw. The So Tai Kingdom met its demise during the Third Neeg–Kue War with the defeat of the Kue lords. The emerging Bai Fu Dynasty supported the Par Dynasty by providing their forces and equipment.
224 The Qiang(强) Dynasty is established Following the collapse of the Fu Dynasty, the new Par King rebelled against the succeeding Qiang Dynasty The Qiang backed the restoration of the Kue Kingdom, known as the Yen (安) Dynasty, resulting in the overthrow of the Par Dynasty. The Yen gained firmly in control of the entire peninsula and its sea routes, though it remained under the overlordship of the Bai Empire.
310 The Shi() Dynasty is established
488 The Meng() Dynasty is established
500 Un Family (源家)gained control of nowadays Southern Cinasia in a series of wars with Yen
  • The Meng Dynasty attempted to invade the Kue over a dispute regarding trade rights. However, the Kue successfully repelled these invasions.
  • In the latter half of the century, internal strife within the Kue court weakened its power, ultimately leading to its downfall.
  • Following the collapse of the Yen Dynasty, the peninsula plunged into a period of civil war
600 Kue warlord Ly Lac emerged to restore the Kue Kingdom and proclaimed the Hoai Dynasty
700 Bai reached its zenith in the Qiang Dynasty (name to be changed) in 700 AD and dominated a huge portion of Archanta Minor, thanks to Hui the Conqueror. However, the large Empire was ungovernable, and with his two sons competing for the throne, Qiang Emperor Taiji decided to split the Empire into two. Hence, the Qiang Empire became known as the Northern Qiang and Southern Qiang. Northern Qiang, however, soon collapsed due to internal conflicts, including economic instability and political corruption, in addition to rebellions by the Kyawals, Neeg, Kue, Grinzian and Nakah people. On the other hand, Southern Qiang survived due to strong leadership, cultural homogeneity and its ability to withstand rebellions. The Southern Qiang would eventually transition into the [] kingdom. 753AD, Un Luk Tsing (源陸正) led a troop of 4000 soldiers crossing the Central Mountain Range and won a succession of victories in war with Neeg kingdoms (Nowadays Yu-King) and became one of the leading forces of the Pennisula. During the 8th to 10th centuries, the Kue expanded its territory to the north of the Muinon Peninsula and annexed several Bai states under its control. The Bai and Kue became intertwined for subsequent centuries through intermarriages between the Bai and Kue princes and princesses.
800 None

Since Qiang collapse, this part is intended left blank for Huaxia, because of don't want to use historis restrict mapping itself.

807 Meng Dynasty collapses, Bai fragmented into numerous states. About 80 states emerged during this period, though many of them were vassals of the ten larger and more influential states: Deng, Gong, Huan, Mei, Pang, Sheng, Song, Sun, Wang and Yuan.
1000
1149 The court of Later Un Dynesty (後源朝) split into pro-Bai group and anti-Bai group. Pro-Bai group got the final triumph and established Chiu Kingdom (趙朝) The balance of power shifted in the 12th century AD when the Bai states unified under the First Bai Dynasty, resulting in the Kue assuming a semi-autonomous vassal status and becoming a compulsory ally of the Bai rulers.
1300
  • As the First Bai Dynasty's influence waned, the Hoai Vuas of the Kue initiated reforms aimed at reducing their economic reliance on the Bai and addressing social issues within their own kingdom.
  • Nevertheless, rampant corruption and internal power struggles hindered the effectiveness of these measures, leading to an economic breakdown within the Hoai Dynasty when the First Bai Dynasty collapsed
1327
1452 Suo forces genocided the Neeg people during the Mui campaign The later years of the Hoai Dynasty were marked by rebellions and frequent incursions by Suo warlords, ultimately culminating in the annexation of the Kue territories during the Mui Campaign and the Treaty of Phong Thinh.
1500s Rebels fleeing from Suo forces in the aftermath of the failed White Dragon Rebellion found sanctuary in the peninsula. The relatively remote and rugged terrain of the region became a hotbed for rebel activities which posed challenges to both the Suo forces and the emerging Ulethan settlements. many of the Bai princes were exiled to the Cinasian region during the White Dragon Rebellion. However, some among them had contributed the culture and political reform which brought the First Golden Age, during this period, Castellanese and Ingerish traders visited the kingdom for cinnamon spice and named the place Cinasia.
  • With the Suo Empire focusing its efforts on other territories and domestic challenges, Suo's interest over the region diminished.
  • During this time, Ulethan traders, who recognized the strategic and economic potential of the peninsula, seized the opportunity to engage in trade in the region.
  • Lentian and Castellanese merchants found several colonies on Fayaan's west coast
1600s
  • In 1623, the Bai-Neegs rebels proclaimed the establishment of the Yuet Dynasty
  • Ingerish protectorates established
  • The Yuet ceded territory that would later be known as Fayaan to the Ingerish, Lentians and Castellanese colonial powers.
  • Peninsula War erupts between the Yuet and Lin as they competed to be successors of the Suo Dynasty
  • The Yuet retain control of the peninsula under the protection of the Ingerish, Castellanese and Lentians and the support of the Kue lords
  • The Lin continued to rule over the Bai region with the support of the Franquese and Kalmish.
1700s During the 18th century, Chan family took the court of the Yuet Dynasty. Yuet faced strong competition of Kalmish. Emperor Yuet married princess of Castellan and gained shared control of Tamon in 1763. Kalmish invaded Kaoscha, Cinasian decided to co-invest a new colony in nowadays Yuethon to fund the war with Kalmish.
  • 1755-1765: independence war of the northern colonies
  • 1766-1789: independence war of the southern colonies
1800s The Kaoscha region was annexed under Kalmish faction in 1842.
  • Ingerish gained control of Tan Kong (檀港)
  • Began to exploit the benefits of foreign trade. Yuet Cinasia gradually implemented reforms that introduced Ulethan political, judicial, and military institutions aimed at modernizing and consolidating the Yuet government.
  • Kue Awakening: Aimed to assert the Kue identity and challenge the Bai elitism that had long dominated the region. In response, the Yuet implemented policies to suppress the Kue nationalist movement.
  • Cinasia gained full control of Yuethon in 1830s
  • Cinasia gained full control of Tamon in 1860s
  • Towards the end of the 19th century, the Yuet Dynasty, faced with increasing pressure and growing indifference towards governance, initiated gradual reforms to transition the kingdom into a constitutional monarchy. The Yuet Advisory Council was established, allowing elected representatives to contribute to the governance of the country.
First Republic (1801-1924)
  • 1801: some (northern) colonies unite in the Confederate Union of North Munion
  • 1806: the confederation changes name to Union of the Colonies of Fayaan
  • 1823-1831: the remaining Fayaan colonies join the union
  • 1861: eastern Fayaan is incorporated as separate states
  • 1868: Fayaan City is founded as capital
1900s Widespread protests in the 1900s led to the overthrowing of the Yuet Kingdom and the establishment of the Cinasian Republic through the Five Powered Revolution on 2 July 1912. Royal family fled to Pak Hon after a short war in Yuethon. Fayaan faces corruption and economic crisis
1910s The establishment of the republic, however, did not resolve the rising ethnic tensions on the peninsula. The early republic was embroiled in political instability until the election of Ho Ling Wha (郝齡華) as its third president in 1920.
1920s
  • 1928: Kaosha was annexed and split between Bai and Cinasian control
  • 1927: Cinasia and Fascist Bai signed a friendship treaty, marking the establishment of relations between the two rival Bai states
  • 1928: With the help of Bai, Cinasia annexed the Kaoshan region.
  • With the outbreak of the Muinon War, Ho ordered a military intervention into Kuehong
1930s Kaosha rebels against occupation forces, especially Bai Cinasia withdraws tropes from Kaosha for its operation in Kuehong Fayaan also intervenes in the Muinon War and attempted to capture Vang Ngat and the northern Kue regions
1940s Kaosha is liberated, the new royal family is relatives of the Court of Yuet Cinasian Civil War erupts between communists and Republic forces
1950s About 1940-1950 (In short, within this hundred years)


Huaxia establish a republic

1960s None Republic of Cinasia-Kaoscha Treaty of Friendship and Alliance signed as a reaction of Bai threat.