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Xiameng Dynasty or the Ten Thousand Year War period was a Renaissance era, spanning from East Asia to South East Asia, with it's capital and forbidden city, Txiameng City, ruled by the Order of the Flowering Law and established by the 18 Xeem clan, which include the Decendents (Emperor) who was head of the nation, Tudors (Imperial Magistrators: War, Law and Economy) who advised on the establishment of the nation and the Serfs who worked for the nation.

HistoryEdit

After the death of the Last Empress Nengchu, the Emperor of Sun rose as the supreme ruler, feuded by other heirs of the linage of who would claim the throne. The Emperor of the Sun then exiled all apparent heirs and executed more than 10,000 people who were symphetic to either the Emperor of the Moon and the Emperor of the Stars. However, the first heir, Txiameng (태명) escaped to Koryo and was exiled. That became the great depression for 17 years until Txiameng came and took over the court.

During the Thousand Year Wars, a warrior prince embarked on a passage to reunify the country. During his reign, he embarked on the Golden Age of his empire, sparking the Enlightment age by bringing a cultural renaissance that changed the nation, bringing in new religion, philosophy, art and culture, alongside Feudal Wars staining the nation into a new era Xiameng



Society and CultureEdit

夏孟 is was the holy ground of the capital of Xiameng Dynasty. Built in a mountain valley, the city was split into two, the Dark world and the Light world known as Yeeb and Yaj.

Based on the principals of Txiameng, he established the Hierarchy which the people followed.

The Art class of the Fooniam (Sau: Fu-nia), or Masked Maidens, were the artist class of females only who lived in Tsevli (Sau: Jaeli) or Orange Jasmine Houses


GovernmentEdit

Xiameng Dynasty or the Ten Thousand Year War period was a Renaissance era, spanning from East Asia to South East Asia, with it's capital and forbidden city, Txiameng City, ruled by the Order of the Flowering Law and established by the 18 Xeem clan, which include the Decendents (Emperor) who was head of the nation, Tudors (Imperial Magistrators: War, Law and Economy) who advised on the establishment of the nation and the Serfs who worked for the nation.