Olboros Dynasty (Qonklaks)

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Celestial Empire
Khrè Nghwe (ECM Kwang)

朝天 (Kwang Logograms)
mēnišãrdīr murrimõr (Cl. Letsatian)
Mēnišãrdīr Murrimõr

Flag Coat of arms
"Kraiq Khein Lĩ Nghwe"

Eternal Peace Under Heaven

Ode to the Sun
Capital Rìkheim
Languages Kwang
Government absolute monarchy
Emperor Ještrun I (1677-1743)

Ještrun II (1743-1758)
Ještrun III (1758-1761)
Ëratsó I (1761-1792)
Voara I (1792-1841)
Ještrun IV (1841-1843)
Voara II (1843-1883)
Ještrun V (1883-1893)
Ëratsó II (1893-1903)

 •  Dynasty founded 5 March 1677
 •  Republic established 23 April 1903
Today part of  Qonklaks

The Olboros Dynasty (Early Modern Central Kwang: khrè owm bo rowʔ Khrè Oum Bo Rouq /kʰɹè ə́wŋ͡m bó ɹə̄wʔ/), from 1745 onwards officially the Celestial Empire (Early Modern Central Kwang: Khrè Nghwe /kʰɹè ŋ̥wé/, Classical Letsatian: mēnišãrdīr murrimõr Mēnišãrdīr Murrimõr /mɛːniʃâːrdiːr murːimôːr/, literally 'high kingdom of the sky'), was the last imperial dynasty of Qonklaks. It existed in from 1677 to 1903.

This dynasty, despite its founder having no Ekuosian ancestry, was founded as the House of Olboros in 1677. It is not until the birth of Ještrún III that Ekuosian blood was introduced into the imperial household, securing legitimacy as a proper branch of the Olboros family.



The Olboros Dynasty, unlike previous Qonklese dynasties, were ruled by an emperor. However, the exactly term had changed. In previously dynasties, emperors were officially called mein zũ, which literally translates to 'head emperor'. This was changed as Ještrún I declared himself as zũ nghwe, the first 'heavenly emperor'.


In 1897, the Qonklese Olboros dynasty mandates that all international imports and exports must pass through Paseinse, Meinbaipaw, or Jikhein, in response to opium smuggling and to try and assert more imperial power. Crops fail in much of Qonklaks and lead to bread riots.

1898, good harvest, so riots die down (except in Qonklese-occupied Zaizung).

1899, crops fail again, start of civil war



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