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Republic of Krajanesia
สาธารณรัฐ กระหะนเซิะ
This is the current flag of Krajanesia.
"My friends, we will stand together!"
CapitalKrajanesia (กระหะนเซิะ)
National languagesEkko, Kuehongese
Ethnic Groups
"Black" 52%, "White" 12%, "Native" 11%, "Other" 25%
 • KingRardchawat IV
 • Prime MinisterPhueng Chaipatana
 • PrinceKusum Rardchawat
 • ParlimentChongrak Sinthudecha, Supsampantuwongse Singhapat, Yupin Punyawong
 • Senate of the AssemblyNipat Poonlarp
 • Census~22,452,000
 • Density~150/km2
~250/sq mi
 • Total𝙿4,066,213,465,920 ($986,945,016,000 in USD)
 • Per capita𝙿180,897.11 ($43,958 in USD)
GDP (nominal)
 • Total𝙿3,648,843,359,040 ($885,641,592,000 in USD)
 • Per capita𝙿162,329.22 ($39,446 in USD)
HDI (2020)Increase 0.54
Timezone+8 WUT
CurrencyKrajanesian Puni (𝙿) ( KRP )
Drives on theleft
Internet TLD.kj
Islands of the southern coast near Sae.

Krajanesia is a Ekko country which lies on a peninsula in the western area of Archanta. Krajanesia as it is known today was founded in 1898. Before that, Krajanesia has underwent many changes and political evolution. Krajanesia has a variety of geographical features. Some include the Central Mountains, the Southern Forest, The Capital Bluffs, and more. Krajanesia borders Sae to the east, and Majesia to the south. Cultures here resemble that of both native and Ekko cultures, with some others added to the mix.



~1 MYA - Modern humans have reached this area.

40,000 BCE - Native tribes begin using stone tools to hunt for food.

10,000 BCE - Many tribes have now began trading systems between one another, which creates an embryonic civilization.

Khamin Dynasty

1098 BCE - The tribes have formed a small nation ruled under the Khamin. Currency is now in heavy use.

965 BCE - Not much happened during this time. Life in the Khamin Dynasty was quite mundane here.

512 BCE - A revolt against the dynasty causes the first Khamin leader to be assassinated. The Khamin Dynasty splits into three states:

Khamin, Phangur, and Lhata (which was the revolting group).

478 BCE - Many attempts were maid by the Lhata to overthrow Khamin and Phangur. In other words, they wanted to reunite the states under the "Lhata Dynasty"

434 BCE - Khamin and Phangur form an alliance, and decide to overthrow Lhata.

433 BCE - The Great Khamin War

401 BCE - Results form the war: *Khamin and Phangur eliminate the Lhata and Stay seperate.

Khamin and Phangur Dynasties

383 BCE - The Khamin receives their 6th ruler, Khamin VI. Meanwhile, the Phangur explores the eastern areas of the main island.

376 BCE - While the Phangur explored the south of the island, a small kingdom, Tua Tengi, became very defensive. They had a small war in defensive matter.

365 BCE - Tua Tengi allows the Phangur the right of annexation. Tua Tengi becomes an autonomous state.

Suati Dynasty

244 BCE - Khamin and Phangur unite under a new leader Suati. Hence the Suati dynasty.

223 BCE - Not much happened again. Until 12 AD, The Suati Dynasty has been quiet.

12 AD The Suati have successfully reached mainland Archanta.

45 AD The Sauti's government begins to corrupt and shatters into 6 states: Dhatu, Phuaweng, Lhata Him, Suati, Khamin, and Phangur.

Age of the Six Dynasties

52 AD - The Temple of Great Suati is completed in Phuaweng in memory of the great Suati Dynasty.

76 AD - Khamin and Phangur unite to become the Khomai.

113 AD - Lhata Him creates conflict between Dhatu, Phuaweng, and Suati.

114 AD - Khomai explores until the border of common-day Sae

158 AD - 165 AD - The Five Kingdom War

165 AD Khomai has expanded, and the rest of the states are united under Phuaweng.

The First Krajanesian Kingdom

Khomai and Phuaweng have united into the First Krajanesian Kingdom. The First Kingdom was founded in 232 AD. From now on the history will list the length of each Krajanesian Kingdom.

232 AD - 562 AD Krajanesia I

562 AD - 687 AD Krajanesia II

687 AD - 954 AD Krajanesia III

954 AD - 1098 AD Krajanesia IV - Kuehongese settlers colonize the southern cape of the main island. This forms the Huehonguese culture in the cape present day.

1098 - 1254 Krajanesia V

1254 - 1445 Krajanesia VI -

1445 - 1565 Krajanesia VII - Settlers from Franqueterre and Ingerland make colonies for discovery. The Kranjenesian Kingdom becomes defensive. Franqueterre leaves Krajanesia alone. From the eigth to the ninth kingdoms, Krajanesia was under Ingerish rule.

1565 - 1784 Krajanesia VIII

1784 - 1896 Krajanesia IX

1896 - Republic of Krajanesia - Ingerish rule has ended; Krajanesian independence.


Krajanesia has a government that is similar to its original kingdoms: a monarchy. The king/queen is known as the prime leader. They are in charge of diplomatic actions internationally. They are in charge of people who create transactions for trading. Prime partners would include Sae and Majesia. As well as some well-known Assembly of Nations members. Although the king is seen as the most powerful, the Prime Minister has some more power. The Prime Minister in the Krajanesian government is in charge of the branch which assumes the role of political interactions between countries, as well as deciding defense tactics and treaty development. The Parliament was put into place while the Krajanesian seventh kingdom was under Ingerish rule. Parliament is in charge of the Supreme Court of Krajanesia. Like Ingerland, the Parliament is the main decisive branch that makes decisions on laws and regulations, as well as aid in treaty development.


The history of Krajanesia's etymology dates back to the Khamin Dynasty. The name Krajanesia originates from the Khaminese word Krahamesui, which means "Golden Horizon." Many traditional words originate from the Khamin Dynasty (~400 BCE) such as เงั (egna) which means water. Words and phrases used in common day that originate from Suatian people add words such as ฤะดิรอง (vadi rxng) meaning "summer" or "hot season." Other season names also came from Suatian etymology such as ฤะดุบิมพีลี (vadu bimphili) which means "spring."

Ingerish Transition

Other changes to these words occurred during the Ingerish rule. Spellings and accents have been changed to fit their cultures. Nevertheless, native individuals continued to use their versions of words and phrases. Ingerish rule allowed their changes to be put into place after they left the Krajanesian Kingdoms, as well as the transformation into the Republic of Krajanesia.


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