Alakaes

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National Commune of Alakaes
Ta̋neni Pla̋nre Álakäsiň
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Motto: To battle!
Anthem: Arise, O proletarians!
Official languages Alakaesi
Demonym Alakaesi
Government Unitary balkist directorial republic
 -  Chairman of the All People's Supreme Commune
Legislature All People's Supreme Commune of Alakaes
Area
 -  95,352 km2
36,816 sq mi
Population
 -  estimate 305,127
 -  Density 3.2/km2
8.3/sq mi

Alakaes (Vlmemoshic: Álakäs [ˈalakæs]), officially the National Commune of Alakaes, is a country located in Northern Miraria.

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Vanostelian Khanate

In 774, 6 Masic tribes of Šrəšrä, Moš, Trręvlokət, Täge, Šębənru and Musə, under the leadership of Khan Visutä, crossed the Rolovian Mountains and began to populate the territories south of the mountains. They actively populate territories, destroying or enslaving the population that lived before them. In conditions of intense competition for resources and land, the newly formed Vanostelian Khanate existed due to the slave trade and constant robberies of its neighbors. Over the course of two centuries, it conquered vast territories from Fukota to Lenezan. But after the death of Khan Datnə I in 947, the Vanostelian Khanate was divided between his children, who begin a civil war, during which more than half of the territories that their father owned were lost. In 1110, after the death of Khan Ybritä III, the Vanostelian Khanate completely collapsed.

Feudal Vanostelia

Vanostelian Silence

In the 1300s the Sunrise Horde came to these territories. In a couple of years, it completely conquers these lands, and the local population is reduced by more than half.

After the ruinous invasion, the territories of the South Masic states were devastated. Many cities and villages were destroyed, and their population was slaughtered or taken into slavery. The word "Vanostelia" was forgotten for a long time.

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