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Republic of Palaseskia
Sirpublica o Palaseskia
Flag of Palaseskia
"Palaseskia dil le fuevo!"
Palaseskia will be forever!
To be confirmed
CapitalTo be confirmed
Largest cityTo be confirmed (likely Victoriana)
Official languagesIngerish and Palaseskian
Ethnic Groups
To be confirmed
NationalitiesPalaseskian (92%)
Belphenian (7%)
Mauroi (1%)
 • Census?
 • Density?/km2
TimezonePalaseskia Time Standard (WUT +8:30)
CurrencyPalaseskian Dollar (PAD)

Palaseskia, officially the Republic of Palaseskia (Palaseskian: Sirpublica o Palaseskia), is a country in eastern Uletha. It neighbors UL015i to the northeast, Belphenia and Centerra to the south, and Kanea and Teberia to the east. [1]


Palaseskia gained independence from Charmalia on June 17, 1786. Three states were formed at the time: Alratoga, Melbon, and Selfonya. Selfonya gained all of the northern coast, Melbon gained all of the middle lands, and Agrastrat gained all of the southern lands.

Everything was peaceful for at least a long time. On March 14, 1834, Simon Gazar started going straight to the capital saying that he wanted a nation of his own and take tons of land. He didn't declare war, but he started an argument with the government. People that were for Simon protested three days later. The votes began on April 12, 1834 with the good people winning the vote.

In 1837, Simon Gazar started a group to takeover Palaseskia for revenge. The war began in Melavon, Selfonya on September 2, 1837. Palaseskians began a protest which made things worse as bombs were placed on the protesters. Simon stated that he wanted his own small country, which made the people unhappy. The war lasted for a couple more years with the war ending on October 12, 1839. Only 48% of the country was in destruction throughout the war.

In the late 1880s, people were complaining about some food being grown too far in some areas causing problems. The problem was solved on August 24, 1890. Today, people use simple seeds that help certain plants and food better in certain areas.

More information coming soon.


Palaseskia is divided into states. The list is currently incomplete.

Map Name Capital Establishment Note
Alratoga June 17, 1786
Melbon June 17, 1786
[2] Selfonya Danville June 17, 1786
[3] Sharton Heatana August 9, 1818
[4] Loragon Eagleton May 23, 1820
[5] Razona Pheena September 27, 1822
[6] Newlex Alabaki October 2, 1825
[7] Larod Larodver December 5, 1826
[8] Ukro Yamo January 25, 1829

Government and Politics


The Zaire Family Murder Investigation

This article is in a work in progress

On June 6, 2015, in northern Victoriana, the unknown gunman was walking to the door. The mother of the family opened the door. The gunman pointed the gun at the family. The family ran from the gunman, but the mother was in the rush to run for her life, she mistakenly left her little daughter in the room and was shot dead. Not only the little daughter was shot, but her 4 year old son was shot too.

Many of the previous leaders and first ladies of Palaseskia joined the investigation of the Zaire family murder investigation, which began on June 7, 2015.

Gretta Longhorn investigating the murder on June 7, 2015.


In 1961, a religious affiliation board was introduced in Pala City. It showed 73% of Christians, 25% of Catholics, 1% Other, and 1% Non-religious people living in Palaseskia.

Religious Affiliation in Palaseskia
Protestant Christian


See National roads in Palaseskia


Festivals and Holidays

  • January 1 - New Year's Day
  • January 25 - Circus Day
  • February 4 - State Roads Day
  • Every after first day of Spring - Flowers Day
  • March 23 - First Lady Day
  • Every first Monday in April - The Palarace (A race that is held in large cities)
  • April 18 - School Rock Day
  • April 23 - Puppy Dogs Day
  • April 28 - Homes Day
  • May 25 - Remembering Day (A day of remembering people you know who died)

Beauty Pagents

Miss Palaseskia

The Miss Palaseskia pageant is held every second week of June. Whoever wins the pageant gets to compete at the Miss (to be confirmed).

The pageant use to be held on the third week of May from 1950 to 1962, then held on the last week of May from 1963 to 1988, then held on the first week of June from 1989 to 2003, and held on the last week of May from 2004 to 2016. It is now held on the first week of June from 2015 to present.