Collective Purity of Kæra'zna
Kæra'zna Ækzhadny Ynkæd (Kæzhyn)
Anthem: Zhytsza Tsæ'nyl
("Ode to Nihil")
and largest city
|Recognized diplomatic languages||Vaaran|
|Ethnic groups |
|100% Kæra Azraic|
|48.2% Cardinial |
44.1% Atheist - Ritual nihilism
|Government||Unitary ritual nihilist technocratic authoritarian republic|
|Legislature||Board of Collective Truth|
|Reestablishment after Zreiru'at Occupation|
|22 July 1916|
• Reconquest of Sæ'puk
|12 November 1917|
• Liberation of Zhar'osyk
|19 February 1918|
• Reinstatement of the Board
|13 March 1918|
• 2021 census
|GDP (nominal)||2020 estimate|
• Per capita
|Time zone||UTC+2:30 (Kæra Collective Time)|
|ISO 3166 code||KRA|
The Collective Purity of Kæra'zna (Kæzhyn: Kæra'zna Ækzhadny Ynkæd), more commonly referred to as simply Kæra'zna, is a relatively sparsely populated nation in Northeastern Borea. It has a closed land border with Nystatiszna to the west, Syrtænzna and Lapliszna to the south and Rohyca to the east. It contains 1.4 million elves, the small number owed to its borderline inhospitable rotantic climate, ban on permanent immigration in most cases and its program involving excessive use of involuntary euthanasia as a method of eugenic cleaning of the population from those deemed undesirable and a waste of State resources, keeping its population only through a forced breeding program of those it deems desirable and successful. Due to this policy this nation has been declared to be the only recorded example of a presently existing true ethnostate.
Kæra'zna was occupied by the Empire of Zreiru'a in 1916 - during the later stages of the Great War, having previously existed as an informal Zreiru'at vassal since 1903. Preceding the collapse of Zreiru'a in 1918 due to the rise of the Opposition movement, the exiled government of Kæra'zna would launch several campaigns from the north of the country with the goal of restoring themselves to power. By 19 February 1918, the rump Kæra Occupational Authority would be displaced, and the formerly exiled government would reform the nation into its current iteration - declaring the Collective Purity of Kæra'zna.
While available to the groups of higher status in Kæra society, the totalitarian collectivist ideology of the nation generally opposes the wearing of fashion, looking down upon those deemed as presenting "vain individualism" in their clothing style. Kæra clothes are often utilitarian and inexpensive, with the expending of wealth on clothing seen in most liberal capitalist nations frowned upon. This was most notable amongst women, who the dominant Kæra doctrine advocates wear clothes "suitable for a working life", with Kæra media presenting those of all genders wearing plain clothes of dull colours so as the project the value of conformity.
As with most Kæra classes, the formal attire of an Øfesak is the same as their uniform, and is worn regardless of gender. This includes an ash grey Koivistolainen, a fur cap with adjusted backwards-facing ear flaps to suit elven ears. Øfesak wear a pewter grey shirt, with a maroon tie acting as a contrast to the otherwise greyscale outfit. Over the shirt a minimalistic black woollen tunic is worn, with a camp collar, two buttoned pockets on the front. Each jacket has six buttons, traditionally made from aluminium, which are to be undone when inside. Lead-grey jodhpur-style breeches are worn under the jacket, to which the shirt is tucked into, as well as a pair of black, steel-toed Bovver boots. Soles of these boots tend to be exclusively leather, in order to maximize the sound caused by them in order to give the wearer a presence.