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The Kingdom of Tupmonia



 “Built by Land”











Capital City: Magnolia (population: 702,572)

Largest City: Magnolia (population: 702,572)


Official Languages: 



Ancient Golan


National Language:



Ethnic Groups:

95.7% Tupmonian 

2.3% Golan

1.4% Andolian Immigrants 

0.6% Other



Jonism: 79.4% 

Atheism: 17.5%

Golism: 2.1% 

Other: 1.0%






King: Joseph Roote VII

Warden of the South: Rory Fenn II

Warden of the West: William Cobb



The Tupmonian Legislature


Total Area:

123,815 km2 (47,805 sq mi)


Population: 6,405,910

Density: 51.7/km2 (134.0/sq mi)


GDP (PPP): $216,782,394,502

GDP per capita: $33,841

Currency: Tup (₺)


National Animal: Horse

National Religion: Jonism 


Time Zone: IAT+0

Drives on the: Right

Calling code: +3 00

Internet TLD: .tup


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First settlers: 908 BF- 741 BF:  Tupmonia was first settled in the year 908 BF by a small group of around 10,000 people (mostly farmers) coming from central Andolia. Directly south of where Tupmonia is today. They called themselves the Tupans, which means “growers” in Old Tupmonian At first only a small region in southwest Tupmonia was settled. They slowly built up civilization and expanded farther north and east. 


The Golbans: As expansion grew the Tupans eventually encountered the Golban Clans who lived in the northern region of Tupmonia. The Tupans and Golban Clans attempted peace at first, but after disagreements about the division of land, it sparked several small skirmishes called the Hill Wars (740 BF). The Clans outnumbered the Tupans 2-1 and after a few months of fighting the Clans came out victorious pushing the Tupans back south. Not much is known about what happened after the Hill Wars, but evidence points to a long time of peace and growth for the Tupans. 


Expansion: 657 BF- 630 BF: As the population grew and supplies became much more limited, the Tupans attempted a second expansion, thus leading to another war with the Clans known as the Tupan War (655- 632). The clans still outnumbered the Tupans, but the Tupans were much more advanced in weaponry and armor. The war lasted for 23 years and it saw the death of nearly 16,000 soldiers and civilians and the devastation of farms and villages on both sides. A man by the name of Ronor Lonebar is said to have led the Tupans to victory in many battles including the most pivotal one, known today as The Birth of Tupmonia. After the war, the Golan Clans were pushed northwest and most of their land was taken.


The Establishment of Tupmonia: 630- 593 BF: 

After the war, the Tupans decided to establish themselves as a newly built kingdom. Ronor Lonebar was crowned king for his leadership in the Tupan War. He named the land Tupmonia and a castle was built in his name with a formidable city built around it, called Lonebar City. The city was built in central Tupmonia and it’s still lived in today. Lords and knights were established over time, most of them being rich farmers, merchants, or war heroes. Several villages, farms, mines, and road systems were established during this time as well. The population of the Tupmonian at the time was around 80,000


The Start of Jonism: 573- 560 BF: 

In the winter of 573, a man by the name of Bymor preached to the people of Lonebar City and claimed that a godly being spoke to him in his dreams for 3 straight nights, warning that a drought would arrive in Tupmonia in the spring and that he was to warn the people to save their food and to worship the crops. Most saw the man as crazy, but there were few worshipers that helped spread the word, they were called Bymons. Bymor gained so much attention that the king even knew of him, and exiled him for scaring the people. 

When spring arrived the drought came. Thousands died in the span of a few months. Only the ones who listened to Bymor were blessed with food and water. King Ronor requested the presence of Bymor. Bymor made the king give himself to the God of Lands, and only then would he release the Tupans of the drought. The King reluctantly agreed. Legend says that Bymor touched the raw earth and it became fertile, and when he whispered a prayer to the sky rain fell for three days. Bymor is said to have died right after the rain fell, but the Bymons carried his word throughout the next decades. The Bymons wrote the first Porack in 564, which is the bible that the Tupmonians follow today. The first Jonal (temple of worship) was finished being built in 560. It was built where Bymor is said to have died. Bymor was buried under the temple, and thus Jonism was Born.

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