Castilea Archantea

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Reino de Castilea Archantea
Bandera Oficial del Reino de Castilea ArchanteaEscudo de Armas de Castilea Archantea
FlagCoat of arms
"Aude Sapere"
Los Reyes salven a Castilea
and largest city
Official languagesCastellanese, Edetanese
 • National languagesEdetanés, Arago, Tahuel
 • Regional languagesIngerish
Ethnic Groups
Edetaneses (45%), Tahueles (25%), Aragos (20%), Ingerish (5%), Otros (5%).
NationalitiesCastilanos (100%).
GovernmentMonarquía Parlamentaria.
 • Rey de CastileaSergio de Orihuel
 • Reina de CastileaMariel de Ontúrbula
 • Presidente del GobiernoPedro González
 • Upper houseCongreso de los Diputados.
 • Lower houseSenado.
 • Total328423.4 km2
CurrencyArcanteo Castilano. (ACL.)
Drives on theright

Castilea Archantea is a parliamentary monarchy of the mainland Archanta. Its geographic boundaries are Angla, Caladea and AR047 in the east, AR005 in the north, the Kingdom of Wallea in the west and the White Sea in the south. The capital of Castilea Archantea is Edetanea, which is in turn the largest city in the country. Castilea Archantea is divided into 11 autonomous communities.


Before Disembarkation:


First settlers:

Numerous paleolithic sites have been found, among them the Adra Baths, with numerous animal and human bone remains, as well as burial sites of priests of the time and the Cuevas de los Arcos Reservoir, considered one of the best exponents of paleolithic painting at world-wide level. At this time the peninsula of Castile was inhabited, without practicing extension to the rest of the country except of punctual way in nomadic hunters' villages in the Blanco river.

Paleolithic picture, Baños de Adra
Period of Tahuel and Culture of the Rivers:

Already in the Neolithic the metals are discovered and the trade between towns is initiated continuously. Commercial routes are created and small cities are established in the middle of the country, to the Lakes. Here the great cultural unification of the Tahuel period takes place, in which this town assimilates to isolated groups. In this period the Way of the Mark is built. Tahuel, near Turobrida, is the most populous center. Its ruins still survive. It dominates the navigation in rivers and this allows the control of the Blanco river. It creates the Neolithic port of Paso Alto .

Neolithic port of Paso Alto


Period of Pyramids and Culture of the Plateau

After the development of the writing by the Tahuel priests, begins a technical rise. Construction passes from adobe to stone. The stepped pyramids are built in the current Marca de Castilea, with canals draining from the Blanco River. The Nauku-Um-Tahuel complex, consisting of 3 large pyramids, a complex of columns, three sacrificial wells, 2 small pyramids and 4 temples to the gods Baldu, Tothu, Theuso and Ophiusso are built.

Tothu Pyramid
Theuso Pyramid
Period of Wars. Culture of the Lakes:

After the incursion of other peoples from Angla and the Kingdom of Wallea, mainly, a period of conflicts begins, in which the dispersion of the people of the plateau takes place. King Rauk Taun reunites the disintegrated factions and expels the invaders towards the north, being trapped by the mountains and passing away with the arrival of the winter. After the fall of Nauku-Um-Tahuel the capital is transferred to Lagos, where the town of the Tahiri maintains the supremacy. There it establishes a military center of great power, from which attacks are carried out to the unified towns of the peninsula of Castilea, as well as to the surrounding regions. The great expansion to the north takes place, reaching the country a form similar to the present one, surrounded by mountains in all its borders except the sea. It emphasizes of the culture of Lagos its goldsmithing and the crafts in wood.

Tahiri fishing platform inside an underground lake
Great Sleep Period. Epidemics:

There was a great period of rains in the XIth century, with constant floods. The Blanco River overflows and the forests are flooded. Entire villages are buried. The bodies of humans and animals spread epidemics into the water. Mosquitoes transmit numerous diseases. The population is greatly diminished.

Great Sleep mass grave
Period of Orihuel:

At the end of the eleventh century, the Kingdom moved north, founding Orihuel, at the foot of the Universal Mountains, where the Blanco River was born. There are no epidemics, but there is a shortage of food. Trade is scarce and military power is practically zero. From Orihuel there are isolated commercial routes with villages dispersed in the rest of the territory. In the twelfth century the dispersed Tahuel settlements are reunited and Orihuel conquers the Tahiri, who recover the capital of Lagos.

Tahorielos, First Orihuel King

After the Disembarkation:

XIV century. The arrival:

July 1375: Leonor de Taredo and Santiago de Garonia, cousins ​​of Maria I of Taredo and Fernando II of Garonia, are married.

January of 1376: Cristóforo Pizarro, cartographer and navigator born in Valença, proposes an exploration trip to the South.

March 1376: Heresy of the Catájares. Numerous inhabitants of Castellán, denominated Catájares by the population are expelled from Castellán. By their affinity, Leonor and Santiago are declared "herejes" by the population and forced to the exile. They finance the expulsion of the Catájares, among them Cristóforo Pizarro and a great fleet.

Catájares Expelled

May 1376: pirate attacks against the Catájares fleet cause numerous casualties. Numerous hostile territories prevent the refuge of the fleet, that surpasses the islands near the present Suvuma.

June 1376: a hurricane destroys most of the fleet, trailing the debris to the White Sea, running aground on Playa del Desembarco (now Edetanea).

Catájares Fleet destroyed

July 1376: Founding of Edetanea, capital of Castilea Archantea. Coronation of King Santiago I and Queen Leonor I of Castilea Archantea.

August 1378: foundation of the Port of Adra.

January of 1379: foundation of the Fortress of Caetanea, next to the Blanco River.

15th to 17th century. The Conquest of Castilea Archantea:

January 1401: Ingerish boats attack Adra, disembark after overthrowing the city defense and advance to Edetanea, following the Castilian Route. The Ingerish are defeated in the Battle of the Two Days and captured. Humiliated, they are forced to work in the heart of Edetanea, in a town-prison, building the Cathedral, the New Wall and the Alcazar.

Edetanea Wall

March 1425: A fire devastates part of the Ingerish People. "Conditional release" is granted. The Ingerish who wish it can marry with Castilians and their children will be Castilian, but they must lose its last name Ingerish. The men will remain in the village until his death. In memory of what happened and warning for invaders will remain forever the town Ingerish.

August 1427: a hurricane devastates Caetanea. The isolated survivors on the other side of the Blanco River founded Providencia.

January of 1428: explorers Mesteños (descendants of natives of the Peninsula of Castilea and Edetaneses) ascend the Sierra Espadanea through the forest and found Turóbrida. They follow to the north the current of the Blanco River and found Basti and Ercavea.

September 1428: the Avenue of the Kings of Castilea is created after the death in a few days of Leonor and Santiago. Alonzo I of Castilea then reigns, the Explorer.

January 1430: foundation of Calenea and Esurea. Combat against the natives in Los Lagos.

February 1432: conquest of the Lagos City. Alonzo I marries Ekmuten of the Tahiri, who is named Elena the Beautiful, after defeating in close combat to Tajelmut, King Tahiri and brother of Ekmuten.

April 1440: founding of Miróbrida.

January 1468: Alonzo I dies. Queen Elena the Beautiful reigns for 5 years and abdicates before dying in his son Tajelo I of Castilea, the Hunter.

March of 1508: the great rains cause floods in the rivers, disappearing buried towns. Lake overflows and many Tahiri move to the North, where they find resistance in the towns Tahuel that conquered Orihuel to the Tahiri.

April 1508: Tajelo I died. His son Santiago II, 15 years old, reigns.

January 1516: discovery by the Edetaneses of the Great Mountain Range of the Montes Universales and Picos de Archantea. Calomar is founded as an exploration center. First contacts with the town Tahuel and first battles until initiating the siege of Orihuel.

Montes Universales Mountain Range

April 1527: surrender of Orihuel. Santiago II marries his son Teodosio I with Catahuel, later known like Catalina I, uniting both towns under a same kingdom. Orihuel happens to be the capital of the North of Castilea.

XVII century. Treaties of Coexistence:

Between the years 1635 and 1642 the Treaties of Coexistence are elaborated, that equal to all born within the Kingdom of Castilea Archantea, independently of its town of origin. In this way, the struggles between peoples that occasionally occurred in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries are avoided. The Treaties are signed by the King Francisco I and Queen Tahini I of Castilea. The power of the King and Queen is equaled.

Century XVIII. Golden age:

There is a great flourishing in the field of Arts and Sciences at this time. In the field of Literature, writers such as Cerván de Miquélez, known world-wide for their works, among which the most famous one undoubtedly is the Song of Alonzo Quijaneo. In the field of Sciences they emphasize the biologist Feliceo de Adra, the geologist Juan Longineo and the astronomer Galeano Galeni.

XIX century. Industrial Century:

There are great advances in technology, with steam engines and the handling of coal, which is available in abundance. After a great period of felling and desertification of the areas near Edetanea, the Special Protection Areas are established. The Natural Parks and the Network of National Parks of Castilea Archantea are created. Major advances in the construction of means of transport, especially maritime and air transport.

20th Century: Beginning of the space age:

The international treaty known as the Edetanea Convention (Edetanea Convention ), for the cataloging and protection of wetlands at the international level, is signed in Edetanea. In the middle of the 20th century the satellite Libertanea was launched into orbit, initiating the space race, which will culminate with the arrival of the first men to the Moon on July 15, 1959. The construction of the International Space Station by ACE (Castilian Agency of Space, Agencia Castilana del Espacio), a work that culminates in 2013. There are great advances in Astronomy with the launch of the first space telescope, Galeano Galeni.

Orihuel seeing

1999 to the present: The new golden century ?

At the present time, Castilea Archantea is experiencing a period of great cultural and economic expansion, which is largely supported by development in the field of technology, especially in the fields of aerospace engineering and robotics. Tourism is also a strong point of its economy, having areas ranging from a tropical climate on the coast to the high mountains of the North. Castilea Archantea is the main provider of tantalum worldwide.


Castilea Archantea has five climatic zones, closely linked to the height of the territory. The tropical and subtropical zone are under 1200 meters and correspond to the region of Edetanea, the delta of the Blanco River and Turóbrida. The temperate climate is between 1200 and 2400 m, while the cold zone is between 2400 and 3600 meters. The subarctic zone covers between 3600 and 4400 m, and from this last altitude begins the arctic zone. Castilea Archantea has five seasons: summer, monsoon, autumn, winter and spring.

Mountains of Castilea Archantea.


Congress of Deputies

Congress of Deputies of Castilea Archantea
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   Communist Party - United Can Win Castilea: 4 seats.
   Socialist Party of Castilea: 202 seats.
   Citizens Party: 14 seats.
   Nationalist Party Tahuel: 11 seats.
   Liberal Democratic Center Party : 12 seats.
   Traditionalist Breaking Party Archanteo: 11 escaños.
   Popular Party of Castilea: 96 escaños.

The Congress of Deputies of Castilea Archantea consists of 350 seats.


The Senate of Castilea Archantea is constituted by 110 seats. Each Autonomous Community has 10 assigned seats.


The territory of Castilea Archantea is divided into Autonomous Communities. Each Autonomous Community has a Governor, who is elected in democratic elections every 4 years, usually coinciding with the general elections of Castilea Archantea. In the regional elections the composition of the regional parliament is chosen, from which the President of the Autonomous Community and the Consellers will appear.

The Autonomous Communities of Castilea Archantea are:

Autonomous Community of Edetanea and Puerta de Castilea

It limits to the south and the west with the White Sea. The east is situated in the Sierra del Cuerno de las Lluvias. The north delimits with Renkistán. Capital: Edetanea. Capital of the country. Economy: engineering, education, agriculture, tourism. Aerospace. Business technological business. Languages: Castellanese, Edetanese, Ingerish. Cities and towns of the CA of Edetanea

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Autonomous Community of Delta and Islas del Río Blanco

It contains from Providencia to Caetanea Marshes, which extend westward to the mangrove forests of Adra. It is bordered to the south by the White Sea and to the north by the Strait of Castile. Capital: Providencia. Economy: fishing. Farming. Wood. Shipyards. Languages: Castellanese, Edetanese, Ingerish.

Autonomous Community of Cascadas and Strait of Castilea

Capital: Turóbrida. Economy: wood. Cattle raising. Hunting. Tourism. Mining. Languages: Castellanese, Edetanese.

Autonomous Community of Orihuel and Montes Universales

Capital: Orihuel. Economy: tourism. Wood. Hunting. Cattle raising. Mining. Military. Language: Castellanese, Arago, Tahuel.

Autonomous Community of Lagos and State of Two Cultures

Capital: Lagos - Esurea. Economy: tourism. Hunting. Fishing. Handicrafts. Languages: Castellanese, arago, tahuel.

Autonomous Community of Mines and Selva de Basti

Capital: Basti. Economy: tourism. Wood. Mining. Languages: Castellanese, Edetanese.

Autonomous Community of Miróbrida and Colinas de Barro

Capital: Miróbrida. Economy: agriculture. Languages: Castellanese.

Autonomous Community of Darastea - Las Lomas

Capital: Darastea. Economy: agriculture. Languages: Castellanese, Edetanese.

Autonomous Community of Cubresombra and Ice Forests

Capital: Nortea. Economy: wood, hunting, tourism, military. Languages: Castellanese, arago.

Autonomous Community of Tierras del Valle

Capital: Paso de Gorgo. Economy: agriculture, tourism, industry. Languages: Castellanese, Edetanese, Ingerish.

Autonomous Community of Pyramids and Mark of Castilea

Capital: Uxem-Balén. Economy: tourism, handicrafts. Languages: Castellanese, Arago, Tahuel, Edetanés.