|The People's Republic of Yachiro
`ngor`uto `o y`a`charoto s'o`ngor`u
Ŋòrùto ò Yàchàroto Sǫŋòrù
"For the glory of our people"
|Anthem: "Great anthem of the people of Yachiro"|
|Recognised regional languages||Ketmen, Waparux|
|Government||Single-Party Kuulist State|
|-||Great Chairwoman||Húy Yayaŋ Yùmimi Yàyrâ|
|Legislature||Congress of the Yachiroese People|
|-||Upper house||Congress of the Chairwoman's Higest|
|-||Lower house||Congress of the People|
31,690 sq mi
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Yachiro (Yachiroese: Yàchàro [jàt͡ʃàɾó]), officially the People's Republic of Yachiro (Ŋòrùto ò Yàchàroto Sǫŋòrù [ŋòɾùtó ò jàt͡ʃàɾótó sóˀŋòɾù]), is an absolute Kuulist State located in western Soltenna. As an island nation, it shares no land borders with any countries, but has maritime borders with Awarahl, Ru, and Tzulhon.
The native name for Yachiro, "Yàchàro", likely originates from the Mañi words yàta "guard" and ro "old".
Before the arrival of the Mañic peoples, the island of Yachiro is theorized to have been inhabited by the Ketmen people, a pre-ngerupic ethnic group who spoke a language theorized to be related to the Xuni substrate language. Most evidence of Ketmen inhabitation is archaeological, but undeciphered writings exist of what is possibly the Old Ketmen or Proto Ketmen language. Nguperic peoples speaking Mañi migrated to Yachiro in between 900 and 500 BCE. These people were traditionally hunter gatherers, but began to settle in Yachiro permanently with the advent of agriculture on the island.
The first Yachiroese state emerged in around 100 BCE, called the Hang State (Haŋ Hàyav). This early state quickly became tributaries of the Gain Dynasty in Qonklaks, and this period in history is marked by heavy Qonklese influence, including the adoption of the Qonklese Script. Though they fell under the influence of Qonklaks, the Hang State was predominantly a culturally Mañic state, and would also frequently raid the western shores of Soltenna. Along with the Qonklese Script, the Hang would also use a modified version of the Old Tekaunye Syllabary, which would later become the modern Yachiroese script. The Hang State later collapsed after a disputed succession and subsequent civil war in 10 CE. A new Yachiroese state, called the Va State, emerged around 32 CE, this state is responsible for the founding of the nation's modern capital of Rumukyo. The Va State would dispose of many older Mañic traditions and become more Qonklese-influenced, abandoning the old system of government and adopting a more autocratic approach. The Va State would also conquer the entirety of the island of Yachiro, defeating the various Ketmen leaders in the Ketmen Wars of 73 CE. Following these wars, all Ketmen on the island of Yachiro would either be assimilated or would flee to nearby islands. As the Va State continued to centralize adopting Kwang as a court language and discarding the traditional Mañic Calendar, those who still held firm to Mañic traditions began to grow restless. This would result in the Safsero War in 128 CE, where the old nobility raged a civil war within the country against the Quoncophile Va State. The War would end in 131 CE, and the Monarch of the Va State would agree to protect certain Mañic traditions and to end the adoption of Qonklese customs.
Era of the divided court
In the late 14th century, the Kingdom of X would begin to wane in power. Following a series of incompetent and child kings, the nobility of the kingdom would begin to gain more and more power over the workings of the royal court. This would culminate in eventual seizure of power by the nobles in 1398, known as the X Reforms. The Kingdom of X would become an electoral monarchy, with kings being elected by the landowning nobility from among themselves. These reforms would ultimately spiral into a near century of civil conflict over the throne of Yachiro, known as the Yachiroese Court Wars.
Reunification and restructuring
Following the reunification and establishment of the Kingdom of Yachiro in 1599, Yachiro would be restructured into an absolute monarchy with centralized power over the nobility and the common folk. Yachiro would also isolate itself from most non-Soltennan nations and traders, relying on trade mostly from Qonklaks and its tributary states. X
War with Anapa
Republican revolution and the overthrow of the king
The Pangyeoun War
Kúúlist Yachiro and the fall of Kúúlism in Soltenna
Yachiro is an island nation made up of X islands.
Yachiro lies on the edge of the Soltennan Plate, with some volcanic activity.
Yachiro is an absolute Kúúlist State, with the almost all powerful Ŋikâyaŋo Yûfuva Ŋisàs serving as the head of state of the nation.
Science and technology
see: Yachiroese Language
The most widely spoken language on Yachiro is Yachiroese, a Nguperic language descended from Mañi.
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