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The Empire of Temuair
O Imperio de Temuair
Largest city Rucesion
Official languages Aisling
Demonym Singular: Aisling
Plural Aislings
Government Representative Empire
 -  Emperador Vitor Antón Avila (Avila VII)
 -  Head Burgess Julie Santizo
 -  Including overseas territory 3,287,744 km2
1,269,405 sq mi
 -  Metrópoli 2,815,808 km2
1,087,189 sq mi
 -  2018 estimate 81,228,451 (4)
 -  2015 census 80,978,210
 -  Density 19.6/km2
50.8/sq mi
GDP (nominal) estimate
 -  Total 2.9 trillion (3)
 -  Per capita 35,812 (4)
HDI 0.891
very high
Currency Leone ()
Date format mm/dd/yyyy
Drives on the right
Calling code +937
ISO 3166 code .ET

The Empire of Temuair (commonly referred to as Temuair, and sometimes as the Aisling Empire) is a representative empire located on the Interran Peninsula of the Ordian continent in Pardes. Temuair is comprised of 20 administrates divisions, with nations capital and seat of government is located in Dinsmar. Temuair is bordered to the north, southwest, and west by water, but shares a maritime border with the Empire of Tarsas and the Ecclesiastical State of Carnmore. To the east, the nation is bordered by Notreceau across the Vi Castis Mountains.

The Empire of Temuair is home to over 80 million people, with a census conducted by the Ministry of Internal Affairs every 5 years. The nation has varied geography. If the Empire's overseas territories of Leónidade, Terrica, and Afastado are included, the Empire's population is approximately 112 million. The Empire also holds two islands with non-permanent populations, Esperamos Illa and Illa de Descanso.

Temuair is unique among the nations of Pardes that citizenship and political franchise are not granted to all people upon reaching a certain age. Instead, both citizenship and the right to vote or run for elected office are only conferred upon those who complete a term of service with the Armed Forces of the Temuair Empire. Those who have earned their franchise are referred to as "citizens" whereas those who have not are referred to as "subjects". Subjects cannot vote for or hold any political office or serve as peace officers. Aside from these, subjects are afforded the same rights and guarantees of protection under the 1820 Articles of Governance as citizens and it is unlawful for an employer or government official to discriminate against a person on the basis of their being a subject and not a full citizen of the Empire.

The Empire of Temuair is a developed nation, with a respectable gross domestic product and GDP per capita. Main economic actives include mining, processing or refining, and exporting of natural resources, including oil. lumber, coal and other rescues. It is one of the worlds largest importers of finished goods, such as clothing, electronics, and consumable goods.


The term "Temuair", meaning "the promised land" in Aisling, has been used to describe the land belonging to the Empire. The people of the Empire are properly referred to as the "Tuthe de Danaan", the people of Danaan, or more simply, Aislings. The word also means "dream" or vision" in the historic language of Aisling people.


We were called Interras during the Patrian Empire days. We called lands outside of Interran Peninsula, across the Vi Castis mountains, Eterras


Following the end of the Peninsular War, the Baron of Beriso, Lord Adolfo Ruybal, gathered the peasants together and formed a new army, which he intended to use to force the ruling monarch, King Ovalle V, to abdicate. Lord Ruybal had promised that every peasant who had participated in combat against the Grande Armée would be granted an equal and fair voice in the new government. Lord Kelan Mendez of Rucesion approached Ruybal and offered to assist in his plan, so long as they could find a way to force Ovalle V to abdicate without engaging in open warfare against the Imperial Army. Ruybal balked, stating that the Imperial Army was no threat, to which Mendez agreed, but countered that the soldiers of the Imperial Army were not to blame for Ovalle V failures and should not be made to suffer. Mendez asserted that they were on the same footing, and in the same circumstances, as the peasants of Ruybal's forces. Ruybal agreed, and two began drawing up plans to force Ovalle V to relinquish the throne without major combat.

The opportunity came in 1820 when Ovalle V called the Council of Barons to attend him in Abena, intending to impose new taxes on the baronies to make good losses suffered during the war. Both Ruybal and Mendez had suborned an Imperial Army officer, Coronel Nicolau Ramo, commander of Abena's garrison, who agreed to assist them in storming the palace and forcing the King to relinquish control of the government. Coronel Ramo, a peasant by birth who had risen through the ranks of the Imperial Army as opposed to being appointed to his posting, only required that both barons swear to him that whatever government came after the abdication of Ovalle V, it would serve the interests of the common people.

Forces loyal to Ramo stormed the Abena palace on March 20, 1820, and overwhelmed the King's guard with little difficulty. Wit Ovalle V and his stanchest supports in the Council of Barons in custody, Mendez called the remaining Barons together and announced that Ovalle V would be abdicating the throne ion favor of a more democratic government. Though a series of negotiations that lasted several months, it was determined that the Council of Barons would be abolished and morphed into the Chamber of Burgesses. The Chamber of Burgesses would still consist of the barons, now Burgess, of each barony, but each would have to stand for general election after a period of 1 year following the end of the conference. The barons would be allowed to keep their titles and personal estates, but that any people living on those estates be granted subjectship or citizenship as the case may be. In the case of large estates with populations living on them to support them, they must be reorganized as actual townships and a local elected government introduced. A second, larhe Chamber of Demagogues would be elected to act as the nation's legislative body.

The only remaining question who would take up the mantle of Ovalle V. some had proposed converting the King's position into a democratically elected one, but most Barons felt that such a chaotic solution could cause massive instability in an already weakened Empire, and would not be in the nations best interest. No Baron could agree on another to ascend to the throne. In 1821, Lord Ruybal proposed that, since royal titles were honorary only and the nation was attempting to enact a less aristocracy-centered government, that someone not of royal descent be appointed to the position of Emperador. Lacking better options, the other Baron's agreed. Ruybal further suggested the Coronel Ramo take up the mantle, as he was not of royal descent, and had risked his life for the reformation, as such, he personified the qualities the new government had embraced. Despite his reluctance, Ramo accepted the position, seeing it as a better alternative to the infighting that would surely follow if a decision was not made, and was confirmed as the firstAisling Emperador on June 1, 1821.



The Empire of Temuair is governed by the Emperador, who is considered both the head of state as well as commander-in-chief of the armed forces. The position of Emperador is one of the only non-elected positions of power within the Aisling government. Emperador's have the privilege of naming their own successor; commonly done with the current Emperador assumes the throne. The choice is kept secret until the death or abdication of the reigning Emperador. The choice of successor can be changed by the Emperador at any time, but the identity of the successor must be kept a secret, if the secret is revealed, that person is no loner eligible to assume the office. Commonly, the choice of successor is a child or close family member of the Emperador, though there is no law restricting the choice. The only restrictions on the eligibility for an Emperador is that he must be a veteran of the Armed Forces of the Temuair Empire, as must all persons holding public office. If a successor is not named, then the Chamber of Burgesses is tasked with selecting an Emperador from among them, or appointing another worthy person. In the instance that an appointed successor declines to serve as Emperador, the selection of a new Emperador would be carried out be the resigning Emperador, or if that is impossible, than the decision would fall to the Chamber of Burgesses.

The Aisling legislature is structured as a bicameral legislature, being divided into two houses, or chambers. the Chamber of Burgesses and the Chamber of Demagogues, with the Chamber of Burgess being the upper house, and the Chamber of Demagogues being the lower.

The Chamber of Demagogues is comprised of a variable amount of representatives from each of the nations territories, the number being based on population. The Chamber of Demagogues is primarily responsible for the creation, review and passage of laws that effect the entire Empire. Its proposals must be reviewed and approved by the Chamber of Burgesses, as well as by the Emperador. A refusal by either means the proposal fails and is not signed into law. There is no limit to the number of items that can be proposed, nor is there a limit on how many times a failed item can be resubmitted. Members of the Chamber of Demagogues serve for 6 years, and their duties are considered part time as part of a citizen legislature system of government. The last election for the Chamber of Demagogues was in 2018, and the next will be in 2024. Elections are held in January, and new offices are appointed on April 1.

The Chamber of Burgesses is comprised of the 23 elected governors of each territory and the Head Burgess, appointed by the Emperador. In 1982, a 15th representative was added, representing the region of Vi Castin. Both the Vi Castin representative and the Head Burgess are non-voting members. It is tasked with a variety of executive functions not handled by the House of Demagogues, including the examination and ratification of treaties with foreign powers, the review of appointed officials made by the Emperador, such as the various heads of government Ministry's, military officers attaining "flag rank" (General/Admiral and above), and justices sitting on the High Court. Lastly, the Chamber of Burgesses may initiate a vote of no confidence against a reigning Emperador. If this vote is successful, the Emperador is removed form office, and could be stripped of their citizenship depending on the reason for removal. Under these special circumstances, the Emperador's choice of successor is made known the the Chamber of Burgesses, and thy Chamber may choose to accept or deny this selection. Burgesses serve a term of 4 years, and have no limits placed on the number of terms they can serve. The Head Burgess relinquishes their post of Burgess after being appointed to the position, and the duties of governorship fall to their Vice Burgess, who will also take their place in the chamber. The most recent Burgess election took place in 2016, and the next election will take place in 2020. Elections are held in January, and new offices are appointed on April 1.

The High Court is a body of 12 justices appointed by the Emperador, and approved by the Chamber of Burgesses, which acts as the highest court in the Empire, with jurisdiction over all territorial and local courts, and is the final authority in regards to constitutional law. Justices serve life terms, though they may retire at any time. Further, they can be removed at any time by a vote of the Chamber of Burgesses or by decree of the Emperador.

The Articles of Governance lay out the rights, responsibilities and privileges of both subjects and Citizens of the Empire. Aside from suffrage being extended to those complete a term of service in the Imperial Armed forces, and thus win the right to the title of Citizen, the Articles of Governance make no distinction between a subject and a citizen. It s unlawful for the government, any person or any establishment to discriminate against a subject for not choosing to service in the armed forces. Subjects and citizens are taxed equally, may own land, and are governed under the same set of juridical laws.

Government Ministries

There are nine executive ministries which serve the Imperial government. The directors or Ministers of each Imperial Ministry serve on an advisory council to the Emperador, and also serve to advise the Chamber of Burgesses on all matters within their realm. No member of the Chamber of Burgesses or the Chamber of Demagogues can be a director of an Imperial Ministry while serving, nor can the director be a serving military officer. According to the Aisling laws regarding citizenship and office holding, all directors must be citizens of the Empire, even though the directors are not elected, but are instead appointed by the Emperador and confirmed by the Chamber of Burgesses.

In the event that the Emperador or Head Burgess is killed or otherwise unable to rule, the directors of the Imperial Ministries will assume the Head Burgess' role until the Emperador can appoint a new Head Burgess, or the heir to the Emperador is revealed and assumes office, at which time a new Head Burgess will be appointed.

Name Created Director Precedence in line of secession Notes
Ministry of Foreign Affairs 1910 Alexandre Candia 3
Ministry of Health and Human Services 1910 9
Ministry of the Treasury 1910 Alberte Lemos 4
Ministry of Justice 1910 Xesús Paulo Agron 5
Ministry of Agriculture 1910 7
Ministry of Economics and Trade 1910 8
Ministry of Defense 1910 Nataniel Godoy 2
Ministry of Infrastructure 1951 Zacarías Lemos 6
Ministry of Education 1910 10

Political parties

There are a variety of political parties in existence in Temuair spanning the political spectrum and focusing on a number of political issues. There are no regulations regarding the creation of a political party excepting that members who stand for election to government office must be citizens of the Empire.

Name Leader Agenda/Ideology
Imperial Party Julie Santizo Preservation of the Empire and status quo. Capitalist, free-market tendencies.
Royalist Party Artur Lata Has similar aims and ambitions to the currently ruling Imperial Party, but desires the reestablishment of the Royal Family in place of the current system for selecting the nations Emperador, and wishes to see Temuair return to a hereditary monarchy system.
Aislings for a Democratic Temuair Irene Rosales Removal of the Office of the Emperador and the establishment of a republic under an elected official who is both head of state and head of government.
Progressive Union of Temuair Iseabail Macedo Left-leaning moderate party advocating for income equality, expansion of social programs, demilitarization, and equal opportunities for both citizens and subjects.
Communist Party of Temuair Cibrán Naves Marxist-Leninism, collectivization and government acquisition of the means of production. Socialized medicine, education and utility services. Party was unrecognized by the Imperial government until 1974
Democratic Socialists of Temuair Bieito Cuba Democratic socialism, advocates the government ownership of utility services and other means of production, but not to the extent of the CPoT.
Aisling Nationalist Party Cailean Ovalle Fascist tendencies, advocating for a cooperatist socialital model with supreme power vested in the Emperador, and the restoration of the Temuair Empire. Requires citizens swear loyalty to the State above all else, but completely lacks the ethnocentric policies associated with the ANSP.
Aisling National Socialist Party Rodrigo Cora Far right group whose beliefs include including general and scientific racism against peoples not of Aisling origin. Advocates the utilization of economic resources for the defense of the nation and the defeat of the "lesser" races, as well as the resumption of Aisling eugenics programs. Also advocates for ultimate power to be returned to the Emperador, and the establishment of a cooperatist socialital model.
Aisling Party for the Preservation of Pardes Sabela Ogas Green politics, environmentalism, non-violence, social justice.
Matriarcado Uxía Noela Del Villar Feminist, radical party seeking to supersede the current Empire with a matriarchy. Has the smallest membership in Temuair.
Vi Castin Citizens Council Comhnall Palma Party which advocates for the rights and betterment of life for the Vi Castin peoples of Western Temuair. Favors the increase of infrastructural programs, economic incentives, and social welfare programs for the region

Political divisions

See articles: List of cities in Temuair, Administrative Divisions of Temuair

Temuair is divided into 21 administrative districts...

Foreign Affairs

See main article: Foreign relations of Temuair


See main article Armed Forces of the Temuair Empire

Several soldiers of the 1/18th Imperial Dragoons Brigade, Imperial Second Division

The Armed Forces of the Temuair Empire are dedicated to the defense of the Empire, its territories and interests throughout the world. It is an all volunteer force, as conscription is expressly forbidden under the Articles of Governance.

Service in the Imperial Armed Forces is an option for any male or female subject upon the passage of their 18th birthday, there is no upper age limit to enroll in Imperial service. Further, the law does not allow the Imperial service to reject any application, regardless of age, sex, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, unless the subject is judged to be incapable of comprehending the oath of service. Testing standards are uniform across all servicemen, and a place must be found for all applicants who take the oath. This can range form military service, civil service, or other jobs as required by the government. Often, the government will contract with corporations involved in the defense industry to allow for jobs with these firms to be considered service, one of the largest participants in this program is the Temuair based, multinational pharmaceutical giant ParaCell. Applicants high school (or college if available) courses and grades are examined, and applicants are subjected to a battery of tests to determine the best position or them within the service. Applicants may list their preferences for service, but are not guaranteed to receive them, and do not have final say in their duty assignment.

A term of service is four years for active duty and ten years for reserve duty, though can be extended if the government deems it necessary. Upon completion of a term of service and discharge under honorable conditions, the Aisling is no longer considered a subject of the Empire, but a citizen of the Empire, and is extended the right to vote for and hold public office. Failure to complete a term of service does not generally incur any punitive response from the government, unless under certain circumstances. However, if a person fails to complete their term, they can not reenter Imperial service under any circumstances.

Law Enforcement

Law enforcement agencies work at the local, Divisional, and Imperial level to ensure the safety and security of the subjects and citizens of the Empire, as well as its property and holdings. Large settlements generally maintain their own police forces, which smaller settlements receiving law enforcement services from the divisional-level agencies in the area. Imperial-level agencies exercise jurisdiction across the nation and are generally tasked for carrying out large scale investigations or other activities.

Temuair maintains a low crime rate in comparison to other nations. The government of Temuair began tracking criminal activity in the 1960s, and these annual reports indicate that the number of convictions has remained between 110,000 and 130,000 in the 2000s despite the population growth.

Both capital and corporal punishment are practiced within the Empire, with sentences being carried out in full view of the public, though attendance is not mandatory for any persons. It is unlawful for the punishment of a crime to be greater because the accused is a subject and not a citizen, however, a citizen can be stripped of their citizenship as punishment for committing a crime. Corporal and capital punishment are also utilized in the Imperial Armed Forces as a form of discipline.

Very minor offenses, such as speeding, are generally handled via fine and possible community service sentences for repeat offenders.

Corporal punishments are general carried out via flogging, with the number of lashes being dependent on the crime committed. Crimes for which the criminal is flogged are drunken driving, theft, narcotics possession, and others. After the sentence, detention, in addition to the corporal sentence, may be utilized as a punishment if the person is a repeat offender or the crime is serious enough to warrant it. Crimes involving persons under the age of 14 which would warrant corporal punishment may also see the child's primary guardian punished as well. This is especially common if the offenders guardian is a citizen. A father of a child who commits a crime worthy of flogging, for example, may also be punished alongside the child. Schools are also authorized to carry our corporal punishments, generally in the form of paddling.

Capital punishment is used in severe cases, such as murder, rape and treason. Sentences are carried out in public view, as well, and the executions are generally carried out via hanging or firing squad. The subjects assets, are sized and are generally given to the victim, or victims family. Subjects of the Empire way not receive the death penalty under any circumstances, aside from those currently serving in the Imperial Armed Forces. Subjects convicted of capital crimes can be exiled from the realm for the rest of their lives.


Temuair boats a moderately strong and growing economy based upon the export of raw materials and the importation of finished goods, as well as foodstuffs. There is very little government ownership of businesses, excepting the energy and water utilities services, which are entirely operated by the government of Temuair.

Temuair is home to several multinational corporations, the foremost among them being ParaCell, one of the worlds leading firms in the petrochemical, pharmaceutical and biotechnology field. It was founded initially founded as Srad in the early 1890's, and produced gunpowder and other explosive materials. In 1962, Estevo Lois Mira purchased Srad, merging it with his own petrochemical cooperation, Petroga Petroleum Products, and forming the conglomerate ParaCell.


Temuair is home to vast deposits of precious metals, most of which are located in veins within the Astird Mountains on the nations western border. Temuair mines and exports quantities of lead, copper and coal, as well as bauxite, magnesium, and titanium. In addition deposits of rare metals, including platinum, iridium and osmium have bee uncovered.


Temuair is an exporter of petroleum products. The nation current exports approximately 1.3 billion barrels per day, however economic analysts have stated that this output could be increased to 2.5 million barrels per day, and could reach as high as 6.6 million barrels per day by 2025.


Due to Temuair being a center of culture, it is a popular tourist destination for people from around the world. Popular destinations for tourists include Rucesion, on the nation's eastern coast one of the warmest seaside locations within the nation, as well as Fife, located in central Temuair. Fife is the cultural hub of the nation and is home to many celebrities and organizations involved in the entertainment industry.



The National Route highway system was proposed by Emperador Neira III in 1948 as a way to connect the 15 divisions together to allow for both the rapid movement of military forces as well as to increase inter-division commerce. When Neria III left office in 1950, Emperador Avila IV continued to push for the funds to develop the inter-divisional highway system. In 1951, the Chamber of Burgesses approved funding for the highway system, which was expected to take 15 years to construct.

The highway system was designed for four lanes of traffic, two in either direction, though modern expansions have seen this widened to as many as 8 lanes in ether direction in some metropolitan areas such as Dinsmar and Rucesion. Roadways running north to south received odd numbered designations, whereas east-west running roads received even number designations. Unril 1975, only two roadways spanned the entire nation, the east-west NR-22, which was one of the first roadways to be completed in 1959.



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Religion in Temuair
Religion Percent
Patrian Catholicism