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Rhavanese History

The Socialist Republic of Rhava is a mountainous, river filled, lush country, filled with a distinct and ancient history. Only the birds tell the tale, of which Rhava came from.  Rhava started out filled with nomadic peoples, who roamed the jungles of Rhava, specifically the Calico jungles. Many settled down and created the oldest city in Rhava, Sukhmeng Bhavapura, or Sukhmeng [SU-KA-MUNG]. Sukhmeng was the seat of power the Tây-Hạ dynasties from 3943 BCE to 1465 BCE. Sukhmeng was nicknamed the golden city, because the palace was said to of been made of pure gold. After the fall of the Hạ, the three clan period began, where the power hungry clan leaders grasped for land and resources from the crumbling empire. In 1020 CE the states of Tau, Azari, and Ongan were formed. They constantly fought over recourses, jade in particular, which was a want from western countries and sold high. In the 1300s, the conqueror Benjamin Han unified the states, and lead the country into a golden age. There was an age without credit, and science and healthcare both exploded in the country, trade with the outer wurld boomed, with materials like jade palm oil being sold as high prices throughout the continent. Then, ____ CE the first colonizers arrived in Rhava, touching down on the shore near the modern day city of Al-Cedaan, in the North-west of the country. Quickly colonizer influence grew, with them building multiple settlements on the coast, separating most of the country from the shore, one of the main ways trade happened in Rhava. Then, in 1430 CE, the colonizers invaded the rest of the country, and because of the poor economy after the stop in trade, the people were helpless. Countless taxes, and reforms were put upon the people, and an age of suffering began. Benjamin Han was executed in Giang Do, and the countries last spark of hope flickered out of existence. The colonizers grouped Rhava, and surrounding states, into the Benjalonia territory of (colonizer TBD). In 1843 CE, the peoples revolt happened, lead by a woman by the name of Nayasarri. They used the terrain to their advantage, pushing out the oppressors using guerilla warfare. Nayasarri sadly perished in the jungles fighting off a group of ten warriors, before being overtaken .Yet to this day, she is honored throughout the country. The country once again separated into, south, north, and middle. The South liked the idea that people should run the country, yet still wanted to honor the old traditions, and decided on a constitutional monarchy. The Middle Kingdoms decided to go to the old ways, and became a league of states each ruled by a king, and met together to decide the fate of the region every year. And the North went back to a monarchy. In 1898, the socialist revolution happened in the north, where wealthy landowners were accused of exploitation of poor farmers, they were put on rigged tribunals, and then hung. Across the north, these land reforms shattered families, and villages. Instead of executing the ruling family (the Mễi clan), the kept them in power as puppets though the uneducated masses did not know that socialist were in charge. So for the next 70 years, the north suffered unfair prosecution, labor, taxes, and wages. Then, in 1969 the north annexed the middle kingdoms. The south alarmed by the aggression, moved its troops to their northern border, the north did the same. In 1970 the north officially declared war, and entered the calico jungles. In late 1970, Cedaria was taken. In 1971 Quai Yuan was taken. And in 1973 the north took Chow Cho, ending the war and "uniting" the country. Now, tensions are ever rising between the capitalist leaning south, and communist leaning north, threatening another civil war. 

Overview of the future of the Country 

My plan at the moment is either a coup like in Myanmar, but with a group from the south, or another civil war that would affect the surrounding countries starting a crisis. I think the government is so far gone, that it is impossible for them to just make new legislation, to win back the people. Rhava's journey will be towards a democracy, and it will face many hardships in its journey during the storm, and after. 

 

 

 

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