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Kingdom of Khezan
Qeziþar Pale
One of two official flags of the country, featuring the emblem
Flag Emblem
Motto: : ¡Sikás ha Bajatar!.
Bless the Fatherland!
Anthem: Bucað Ostiþ
Sweet Victory
Royal anthemAg ha Gadus Veriz
For the Great King
Official languages Khezian
Recognised national languages Vosan
Recognised regional languages Lenesh, Bateri, Sarash, Chvir
Demonym Khezid, Khezian
Government Constitutional Monarchy
 -  King Ceirzir Iameẓ ha Taayimaz ha Seadiz
 -  President Atava Ceirzireiẓ Az
 -  Head Legislator Vodam Doẓidoveẓ Nira
Legislature Congress
 -  Upper house State Congress
 -  Lower house Popular Congress
 -  Qåsam's Kingdom 544 
 -  Ṣeviêjid Dynasty 592 
 -  Tamir Khanate & Puppet Dynasty 900s 
 -  Kayid Dynasty 1192 
 -  Avicisid Rule 1300s 
 -  Taayimid Dynasty 1564 
 -  Sannist Revolution 1927 
 -  Fall of Sannism/Constitutional Monarchy 1991 
 -  229,571.81 km2
88,638 sq mi
 -  2021 estimate 3 million
 -  2021 census 3,214,005
 -  Density 14/km2
36.3/sq mi
GDP (nominal) estimate
 -  Total $810,019,467,810
 -  Per capita $18,039
Currency Khezian Vaja (QVA)
Time zone ÅST/SST (SCT+2/+2:30)
Date format mm-dd-yyyy YE
Drives on the right

Khezan (Khezian: Qeziṣar [xezɪθɐs]), officially the Kingdom of Khezan, is a landlocked country located in Western Vaniu, bordered to the southwest by Vosan, to the west by Dashar, to the north by Oyazan, and to the east by Lake Melkanchuta. It is a country known for its mercantile nature, frequently enjoying trade across Lake Melkanchuta.


Khezan's name comes from Khezian Qeziẓ tar, meaning roughly "Mover's Country" to reflect on the big hauling industry here.


The Khezian area had historically been under control of the Ohanian Empire, until Qasam's kingdom conquered it in 544. Come 592 upon the death of Qasam, the Khezian lands are given to one of his grandsons, Ṣeviêje 1 of Khezan. Ṣeviêje would go on to establish the Seviyejid Dynasty which would rule over Khezan until the Tamir Khanate annexed the lands in the 900s CE. With the Tamir Khanate came substantial Kalkali influence ranging from loanwords to cultural practices. But Tamir rule would be brief for in 1192, Kai ha Sinoz would liberate the Khezid once more. And the lands would stay under Kayid rule until the Avicisid Dynasty in Vosan conquered the lands to bring Vosan to its maximum extent in history. It would stay under Vos rule until an incursion from Taayim ha Seadiz in 1564 brought Khezids independence yet again. The Taayimids would continue to rule Khezan, though inspired by Rus Canayes in Vosan, the king Ader Riceiẓ would turn to Sannist policy, and him and his successors ruling with iron fists until 1991. 1991 saw a revolution that took power off the hands of the then-king, Avi Ruoseẓ, and reformed the country into a constitutional monarchy. Now Avi's grandson, Ceirzir Iameẓ is the current reigning king, but his position is merely as a figurehead, with no real power, as that lies with the Chancellor and Legislator







According to the Khezian Constitution, the country is a unitary constitutional monarchy, with a king, chancellor, and legislator. The current reigning chancellor is Atava Ceirzireiẓ Az, who came into power circa 2017 (1565 YE). In the republic, there is a separation of powers, with power split among the three branches of government: legislative, executive, and judicial.

Legislative Branch

The Legislative branch is represented by the two federal congresses, the Popular Congress and the State Congress. The Popular Congress, otherwise known as the Left Congress or Lower Congress, is the congress in which bills go into before passing to the State Congress. As per the Constitution, there shall be no more than 185 representatives within the Popular Congress, with number of representatives per province being proportional to their population, and the three federal cities all having three representatives each, who may also count towards their province's representative number. Currently, the province of Ha Ojinar has 21 representatives, including the ones standing for Osgim. Representatives in the Popular Congress are elected every 3 Sayanic years, and may serve for four 3-year terms. The State Congress, also known as the Right Congress or the Upper Congress, is the congress that bills, had they been approved by the Popular Congress, go into before being passed onto the Legislator. There are 50 representatives in this congress, with each pair representing each of the provinces as well as the federal cities. Representatives in the State Congress are elected every 6 Sayanic years, and may serve for two 6-year terms. Both congresses are further represented by the Legislator, a person that for the most part handles domestic affairs in general. They, along with the chancellor, are responsible for making bills into laws or vetoing them, and are considered the "Little Chancellor (Khezian: Besketizir [be:skɪtɪzɪs])" as they can usurp presidency in the situation when the current chancellor dies in office before their term is over, either by assassination or otherwise. A Legislator may serve upwards of three terms of 5 Sayanic years each. Currently, the Legislator is Vodam Doẓidoveẓ Nira.

Executive Branch

The Executive branch is represented by the Chancellor, who approves/vetoes laws and serves as the head diplomat for Khezan. Just like the Legislator, the chancellor may serve for three 5-year terms. Not only can the chancellor approve laws or be a diplomat, they are in charge of the Khezian military as well, and so are expected to serve as a general in the army during wartime, and therefore chancellorial candidates with military experience are more favored in election times. Also part of the Executive Branch is the Chancellor's Council, a group of people appointed by the Chancellor that act to advise him when necessary. These people usually serve for however long as their chancellor is in office, however they may retire at any point they choose.

Judicial Branch

The Judicial branch is represented by the Grand Court in Osgim. The judges on the court, whom are appointed by the Congresses with final say from the king, judge the Congresses' bills as well as the actions of the Chancellor on their constitutionality. They are currently 5 in number and serve until either their retirement, sudden death, or illnesses.

Royal Family

The royal family in Khezan, with the current king being Ceirzir Iameẓ ha Taayimaz ha Seadiz are functionally citizens, being figureheads of the nation, yet have some power in what goes in the Kingdom of Khezan. For example, the king has final say on who becomes one of the judges in the Grand Court, approves the chancellor-elect and legislator-elect, and accompanies the chancellor in diplomatic missions.

Administrative divisions

Khezan is divided into 25 provinces.

Name Capital Flag Area (km²) Population
Aramar Tunarona
Athavazan Belasa
Basan Sítiç
Bavan Shvidantây
Cadadham Surevan
Calavan Asartam
Chazath Ayisá
Cuva and Antezan Ariésa
Deinozan Belasa
Elivanii Elirev
Famaz Taayidar
Garasan Bardamá
Gatar Aqeẓa
Hatharan Jazacaá
Imathan Giziyi
Iyezan Nasacazar
Jehecan Eyimá
Kavazan Kavam
Kidhan Aṣa
Paalamaz Paalamá
Sintar Ańǵhezhe
Urusan Urusa
Zalacan Hemojos
Zeisviran Oyefazám
Zenafa Eyima


Elections in Khezan are split into two categories, state elections and congressional elections. State elections are held every five Sayanic years from the third Yeshim to following Sukhya of Sohama and decide the new chancellor and legislator. Congressional elections are held every three Sayanic years, from the second Yeshim to following Sukhya of Sohama, to decide new representatives of the popular congress. On every other congressional election are the fates of state congress representatives decided. As of 2021 (Sayanic year 1569), state elections and congressional elections will happen in the same year, in the second grand election since the birth of the current Khezian governmental system.

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Science and technology



By most standards, Khezian is a fairly homogeneous country, with around 90% of the country calling themselves ethnically Khezid. In regards to the minorities, ethnic Vos are reported to make up 6%, Lenezi peoples follow them up, being three percent of the population, and the remaining percent consist of Thelemic peoples, Bashen, and the X in the northeast.

Ethnic groups



According to the Khezian Constitution, the one official language of the country is Khezian, and the Osgimi dialect of the language is the one used for international affairs and business. As of the latest census in 2020, it is reported that there are about 40 million speakers of the language as a mother tongue, and a significant deal of the rest have Khezian as at least a second language. Other languages commonly spoken in the country are Siyan, spoken in the north by about 2 million around the provinces of Baumar, Uritazir, and Haṣaran, and in the latter two, Siyan is a co-official language to Khezian. Additionally, Vosan has a significant deal of speakers, numbering up to at least 2 million, located in the west in the provinces of Segevazan, Urusan, and East Bozan, where it is the most prevalent, and is a co-official language to Khezian. Another language of significant status would be X, located around the southwest of Dorvan, and spoken by some 20,000 people.




Khezan's people follow the religion of Zarasaism, specifically the denomination adhered to most in Western Vaniu, Qasamism, distinguished from eastern denominations by its acceptance of some practices that are deemed forbidden in the east.












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