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【Vision Statement】The Matriarchy of Callistois

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Callitois is located in the northen west of Fulgist, the north east of Kacheru and the west of Variota. It lies along both side of the canal that starts from Kelija till the big lake that is near the up north east of Kacheru. Callistois' land expands from the upper north of the long canal near Espalia till somewhere near between the east of Kacheru and the west of Variota.Callistois' large land claim was established because of the previous kingdom, Aephivell's tyrent ruler, King Heward's nonstopping desire to conqure more lands for power. Causing when Callistois was established, they had to find a solution to manage such a big land.

in the eastern north, nestled amidst the picturesque landscapes of Callistois, lie the frosty enchanted lands of Wisteria, Hemp, Iris, Fungi, Lavender, Pussy Willow, Veronica, Ivy, Azalea, and the capital, Mentha. Each land possesses its own distinct geography, contributing to the diverse tapestry of the queendom. 

Wisteria is renowned for its rolling hills carpeted with vibrant purple wisteria vines, creating a breathtaking vista that stretches as far as the eye can see. The Duchess of Wisteria, Sam Rhin, oversees this land of natural beauty with pride and grace.

Hemp, under the stewardship of the Duchess Davis Zhongcelu, is characterized by vast fields of tall, swaying hemp plants. The fertile soil and favorable climate make it an ideal region for cultivating this versatile crop, which thrives under the watchful gaze of the Duchess.

Iris, governed by the Lady Iris Aple, boasts stunning meadows adorned with colorful iris flowers in a myriad of hues. The gentle slopes and winding rivers of this land offer a serene retreat for both visitors and inhabitants alike.

Fungi is a land shrouded in mystery, where dense forests of towering mushrooms cast dappled shadows on the forest floor. Led by the enigmatic Lady Tei Tsai, Fungi is a haven for those with a penchant for exploration and discovery.

Lavender, overseen by the Lady Jakie Xim, is a realm of tranquility and serenity. Fields of fragrant lavender stretch towards the horizon, their soothing scent perfuming the air and inviting travelers to linger awhile in this peaceful sanctuary.

Pussy Willow, ruled by the Duke simply known as "V," is characterized by its marshy wetlands and meandering waterways. The delicate branches of pussy willow trees sway gently in the breeze, lending an ethereal beauty to this mystical land.

Veronica, governed by the Duke Viktor Easter, is a land of rugged cliffs and crashing waves, where the sea meets the rocky shores in a dramatic display of nature's power. The resilient flora and fauna of Veronica thrive amidst the harsh coastal environment.

Ivy, under the leadership of Duke Mark Kee Plyer, is renowned for its ancient forests, where towering ivy-clad trees create a verdant canopy overhead. The Duke's stewardship ensures the preservation of this pristine wilderness for generations to come.

Azalea, ruled by the Duke Kaviam, is a land of vibrant colors and delicate blooms. Sweeping fields of azalea flowers carpet the landscape, attracting visitors from far and wide to witness the breathtaking spectacle of nature in full bloom.

At the heart of it all lies Mentha, the capital of Callistois and the seat of power for General and Queen Arl Gaultier Granger. Nestled amidst snow-capped mountains and fertile valleys, Mentha is a bustling hub of activity, where the diverse cultures and traditions of the queendom converge in harmony.

1901, in the heart of Aephivell's darkness, where corruption festered and despair flourished, a sinister rumor cast a pall over the land. The king, Heward Baruau, in his greed and malice, fabricated tales of a witch in the east, demanding the sacrifice of young lives. With this deceitful guise, he orchestrated the abduction of orphans aged 12 to 18, falsely promising their safety from the witch's clutches. Yet, the truth behind this charade was far more harrowing. These innocent souls became prey in the king's twisted game, hunted for sport by his courtiers under the guise of the witch's supposed demand.

Amidst this turmoil, Arl Gaultier Granger, the younger sister of a gifted swordsman, a smart herbalist, and a humble and skilled hunter, found herself ensnared in the king's web of lies. Drawing upon the skills she had honed under her siblings' tutelage, Arl's escape from the king's game proved more successful than others'. Her prowess with a blade, knowledge of herbs, and keen survival instincts set her apart, allowing her to evade capture and seek refuge in the secluded cottage of Celeste Xavior, the very witch vilified by the king's deceit. It was here, amidst the ancient trees and whispered secrets, that Arl and Celeste's paths intertwined. With Arl's passion ignited by the injustice she had witnessed and Celeste's wisdom tempered by years of solitude, they forged an unbreakable bond—a union of hearts that would fuel the fires of revolution.

With the dawn of Arl's nineteenth year came a fervor that could not be quelled. Fueled by the discovery of truth and the burning desire for justice, she led the charge against the tyrannical regime of Aephivell. Guided by Celeste's magic and bolstered by the unwavering resolve of their people, they embarked on the Requiem of Shadows—a symphony of defiance against oppression. In the final crescendo, justice prevailed, and the corrupt monarchy crumbled before the united might of the oppressed. From the ashes of tyranny rose the Matriarchy of Callistois, a testament to the courage and resilience of its founders, Arl and Celeste, bound together not only by love but by the shared struggle for freedom and truth.


Callistois is a Monarchy queendom, that is run by two queens. Celeste Xavior, the one running the goverment and the education of the queendom. Arl Gaultier Granger, the one running the military and agriculture of the queendom.

Callistois is known for its big landscape so the goverment use the System of Examination and Recommendation to bestow the title of duchess and dukes to those who contribute to the queendom. The noble tittles are not patrimonial, in fact if the old duchess/duke had deceased, their best apprentice will be bestowed uppon the tittle of their mentor use to own.

Callitois has this honorific called the "Honored Five". They are people that contribute to the country in their own espect of proficiencies. Mostly the ones that are in the "Honored Five" are also bestowed as the duke because of their contribution.

All Callistoisans are all needed to go for a period of manditory military service, and there are military based boot camps for kids to attend throughout all schools and academy in Callistois. This makes the requirements to join the Armed forces in Callistois being needing to attend military university and have a collage degree. Armed Forces, Police Forces and Firefighters are well respected and looked up uppon by the citizen, they see the oppertunity to having these jobs as a honor to their family.


The Callistoisian economy, worth 503 billion Dabloons a year. Callistois is known for their rich agriculture despite being in such a cold and harsh enviroment, their economy is broadly diversified and led by the Tourism industry, with major contributions from Beef-Based Agriculture, Cheese Exports, and Woodchip Exports. State-owned companies are reasonably common. Average income is 50,340 Dabloons, and evenly distributed, with the richest citizens earning only 2.0 times as much as the poorest. This is because Callitoisans are scarcely seen to be jobless or homeless thanks to the education system in their country. The average income tax rate is 21.1%, but much higher for the wealthy.


Because of the historical event of King Heward's fierce conquring the southern east, it caused the combination between two different culture. To solve the problem of misscomunication between the citizens, a new language is created and used mainly throughout Callistois. 

  •  Calstovan


·Vowels: Include a variety of vowel sounds, such as /i/, /ɛ/, /a/, /u/, and /o/. Consider adding nasalized vowels and diphthongs to mimic the phonetic diversity found in both Russian and Chinese languages.

·Consonants: Incorporate a wide range of consonant sounds, including stops (/p/, /t/, /k/), fricatives (/s/, /ʃ/, /x/), affricates (/t͡s/, /t͡ʃ/), and nasals (/m/, /n/, /ŋ/). Include palatalized and retroflex consonants to reflect the phonological features of both language families.

·Tones: Implement a tonal system with four or five tones, similar to Mandarin Chinese. Each tone could carry different lexical or grammatical meanings, contributing to the overall phonological complexity of the language.


·Utilize Cyrillic script for the orthographic representation of the language, adapting it to accommodate sounds from both Russian and Chinese phonologies.

·Introduce diacritics or modifiers to indicate tone, especially for words with tonal distinctions. This helps maintain clarity in written communication.

·Create consistent spelling rules to ensure phonetic accuracy and ease of reading for native speakers.


·Blend vocabulary from Russian and Chinese languages, selecting words that convey meanings relevant to Callistoian culture and daily life.

·Incorporate loanwords or borrowings from both languages, adapting them to fit the phonological patterns of the Callistoian language.

·Develop a lexicon that reflects the unique cultural heritage of Callistois, including terms related to folklore, cuisine, traditions, and technology.


·They have a grammar system that draws upon the grammatical structures of both Russian and Chinese languages, striking a balance between flexibility and complexity.

·Include inflectional morphology for nouns, verbs, and adjectives, incorporating elements of case, gender, number, tense, aspect, and mood.

·Experiment with word order variations, allowing for subject-verb-object (SVO) and subject-object-verb (SOV) constructions, as well as other syntactic patterns common in Russian and Chinese languages.

  • The fasion of Callistoisans, Chinois-Versaille is also a result of two culture clashing into eachother.


For Women:

Chinois-Versaille Dresses: Women often wear dresses that combine the sleek, form-fitting silhouette of the cheongsam (qipao) with the elaborate embellishments and lace of French fashion. These dresses feature high mandarin collars and frog buttons, paired with delicate French lace sleeves and intricate embroidery, blending traditional Chinese motifs with French floral patterns.

Hanfu and Couture Fusion: Flowing hanfu robes are modernized with French tailoring techniques, such as fitted bodices and flared skirts. These garments are crafted from luxurious silks and satins, often in pastel hues with elaborate brocade patterns, creating a look that is both traditional and avant-garde.

For Men:

Tang-Versaille Jackets: Men’s attire features tangzhuang jackets combined with French waistcoats. The tangzhuang retains its characteristic mandarin collar and frog buttons, while the waistcoat adds a layer of Western elegance. This fusion creates a sophisticated yet comfortable look suitable for both formal and casual occasions.

Traditional Robes with Modern Flair: Traditional Chinese robes are tailored with Western cuts, featuring double-breasted fronts, fitted waists, and epaulettes. These robes are often made from rich fabrics such as brocade and velvet, adorned with intricate patterns that reflect both cultures.

Accessories and Hairstyles:

Accessories: Callistoian citizens complement their Chinois-Versaille outfits with accessories that blend cultural elements. Women wear ornate hairpins and jade jewelry, while men opt for intricately designed belts and cufflinks. Both men and women may carry elegant fans adorned with calligraphy and floral designs.

Hairstyles: Hairstyles combine elements from both traditions. Women often wear elaborate updos decorated with combs and pins, incorporating both Chinese and French styles. Men’s hairstyles are neatly styled, sometimes featuring traditional Chinese topknots or braids with a modern twist.

Children's Fashion:

Miniature Chinois-Versaille Attire: Children’s clothing mirrors the adult styles but in more playful and practical designs. Girls wear simplified cheongsam dresses with French lace trim, while boys don tangzhuang jackets with comfortable trousers.


Nobles' and Royalties' Fashion:

For Noblewomen:

Imperial Chinoisaristocracy Gowns: Noblewomen wear grand gowns that combine the flowing elegance of traditional Chinese hanfu with the structured sophistication of French haute couture. These gowns feature high collars and long, wide sleeves, often adorned with elaborate gold embroidery, brocade patterns, and lace overlays. The skirts are voluminous, with multiple layers of luxurious fabrics such as silk, satin, and velvet.

Military Elegance: Inspired by the Russian imperial military aesthetic, gowns are accented with military-style elements like epaulettes, sashes, and medals. Fur trims and intricate beadwork add a touch of opulence, while ornate belts cinch the waist, emphasizing a regal silhouette.

For Noblemen:

Imperial Uniforms: Noblemen’s attire includes richly decorated uniforms inspired by Russian imperial military dress, combined with Chinese and French elements. These uniforms feature high collars, double-breasted fronts, and ornate gold braid detailing. The jackets are often made of brocade or velvet, adorned with intricate embroidery and medals.

Regal Overcoats: Over their uniforms, noblemen wear long, fur-lined overcoats reminiscent of Russian imperial style, but with Chinese motifs embroidered along the hems and sleeves. These coats are both functional and decorative, providing warmth while showcasing their high status.

Accessories and Hairstyles:

Accessories: Noble accessories are lavish and detailed. Noblewomen wear elaborate hairpins, tiaras, and jade jewelry, while noblemen adorn themselves with ornate sashes, medals, and intricately designed belts. Both genders might carry finely crafted fans or parasols, decorated with cultural motifs from both the East and the West.

Hairstyles: Noble hairstyles are equally grand. Women’s hair is sometimes styled in intricate updos, adorned with jeweled pins and combs that reflect both East and West influences. Men’s hairstyles are neatly styled, often incorporating elements such as topknots or braids with a modern twist, sometimes complemented by hats or ceremonial headpieces.

Nobleites Children's Fashion:

Miniature Imperial Attire: Noble children’s fashion mirrors that of the adults but in more playful and practical designs. Girls wear scaled-down versions of Imperial Chinoisaristocracy gowns, complete with lace and embroidery, while boys don miniature versions of the regal uniforms, complete with sashes and medals.

  • In the architectural landscape of Callistois, a fusion of North, East, and West influences gives rise to a visually captivating and culturally rich tapestry. North-inspired structures reminiscent of traditional wooden architecture dot the countryside, characterized by steeply pitched roofs adorned with intricate carvings and decorative trim. Courtyard layouts draw from Eastern influences, providing intimate spaces for relaxation and social gatherings.

In urban centers, the influence of East Asian architecture is evident in pagoda-inspired towers rising gracefully above the cityscape. These towers feature multiple tiers, upturned eaves, and vibrant decorative tilework depicting motifs from Eastern mythology and nature. Residential complexes and public buildings are arranged around central courtyards, reflecting Eastern ideals of harmony and balance.

Intertwined with these Eastern influences are elements of Western architectural elegance. Neo-Classical facades with symmetrical layouts, pediments, and columns grace public buildings and mansions, showcasing the grandeur of Western design. Wide boulevards and landscaped parks provide green spaces for residents to unwind, while French-inspired gardens add a touch of sophistication to the cityscape.

This eclectic blend of architectural styles in Callistois reflects the diverse cultural heritage and artistic traditions of its people, creating a harmonious and visually striking built environment that is both timeless and unique.

Current policy for Callistois are included compulsory military service, ban on automobiles, irreverence towards religion and food planted by inmates themselves. The queendom is looking for other nations to form long term alliences and have some lovely bonds with. Callistois is also looking foward to decrease the wealth gap of the rich and poor to the barest minimum. They are also trying to trying to in crease the economy state of the nation to help their people to achive better lives. 


  • Population: (26,439,111)
  • GDP: (1312608000000.00 A$)
  • Land Area: (551,695 km²)
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