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Grand Duchy of Nagato

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Royal Seal
Motto: Dreams start by believing
Anthem: Together by Hiltonium
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Nagato (dark green) surrounded by the continent of Gondwana (grey)
30°0′0″S 100°0′0″W / 30.00000°S 100.00000°W / -30.00000; -100.00000
Largest cityPortland
Official languages
Ethnic groups
Nationality (2020)
GovernmentUnitary parliamentary
Constitutional monarchy
Welfare State
Kyon I
Danielle McCartt
LegislatureChamber of Gems
Sapphire Lords
Ruby Commons
• Kingdom of Nagato falls
10 July 1940
20 September 1941
• Grand Duchy of Nagato established
25 September 1941
26 November 1941
15 April 1945
16 April 1945
21 June 1950
• Total
474,326.3148 km2 (183,138.4140 sq mi) (31st)
• Water (%)
• 2020 census
• Density
71.73/km2 (185.8/sq mi) (199th)
GDP (PPP)2020 estimate
• Total
$1,538,900,000,000 (19th)
• Per capita
$45,234 (12th)
GDP (nominal)2020 estimate
• Total
$1,538,900,000,000 (20th)
• Per capita
$45,234 (10th)
Gini (2020)38.5
medium · 25th
HDI (2020)0.935
very high · 9th
CurrencyNagatoian dollar (NAG)
Time zoneYuki Standard Time -
Greenwood Standard Time -
Date format
  • dd/mm/yyyy
Driving sideright
Calling code+12
Internet TLD.nag

The Grand Duchy of Nagato, commonly known as Nagato or the Nagato Grand Duchy, is a sovereign country located in the middle of the Sea of Gondwana on Urth. The only land border is in eastern Nagato with the United Order Republic to the south and the only water border is in western Nagato with the Queendom of Sakura. With an area of 474,326.3148 km2 (183,138.4139 sq mi), Nagato is the 9th largest country on Gondwana and the 45th largest country on Urth. As of 2020, Nagato has a population of 34,021,230, an estimated increase of 4.2% from 2010. Codexian and Genesi make up the majority of the languages spoken. The population is mainly Nagatoian, followed by the native Genesi, Fódlanians, and other nationalities. The capital is Greenwood, while Portland is the largest city by population.

The Genesi people first migrated to East Genesis Island and West Genesis Island from western Gondwana sometime in the late 17th century. The Proto-Nagatoians, at this time, settled on the northern part of the Gondwana Strip, a sliver of land that broke off from the rest of Gondwana sometime in the 10th century. The Nagatoians would end up establishing the Kingdom of Nagato in 1700. In 1720, the two cultures would meet each other when a Nagatoian sailed to current-day Portland and traded with the locals.

The Nagatoians and Genesi would be in peace until the Kingdom of Nagato fell to a coup d'etat. The Imperial State of Nagato was founded by S. R. Kakifty, who ruled with an iron fist. The Kingdom Resistance escapes from the Imperial State and moves to East Genesis Island where they establish the Grand Duchy of Nagato in 1941. The Nagatoian Revolutionary War would start later that year and end with the Treaty of Castelia in 1945. In the treaty, the Imperial State of Nagato would be dissolved into the Grand Duchy of Nagato, and East and West Nagato would become a united Nagato. With the Imperial State of Nagato annexed, the redesigned Grand Duchy of Nagato became a superpower in Gondwana, with immense power in global geopolitics.

In 1954, an oppositional group led by Yukie Nasu succeeded from Nagato and claimed West Genesis Island under the newly formed Kingdom of Sakura. As of today, the county changed its name from a kingdom to a queendom.

Indigenous peoples and pre-Nagatoian history

Not much is known about the Genesis Islands before the Genesi first arrived over 300 years ago, however, the islands get their names from the Genesi natives. The Genesi were very adventurous during the 1700s and into the early-1800s. They visited many places around the Sea of Gondwana and brought back books, instruments, new elements like Iron and Oil, and tons of food. It is said that the Genesi people started their Industrial Revolution in 1745 with the introduction of the first wind turbine in Portland, the first true city, to help with harvesting crops.

Sometime during the late-1700s, two natives were digging into a cave south of current-day Portland when they noticed a shiny mineral in the cave wall. They told the top scientist at the time, Wene Le, about what they found. To Le’s surprise, it was Silicon. Le ordered a full recovery of all Silicon and whatever they might find in that cave. While in the cave, Lithium was found alongside many precious metals like Diamonds and Emeralds. The Genesi would later use these newfound elements and metals to boost the economy for many decades to come. By 1900, the Genesi economy was growing rapidly.

Nagatoian settlement

Collapse of the Kingdom

Nagatoian Revolutionary War

Contemporary history


Nagato is made up of 25 islands, the largest and most populated is the Gondwana Strip. The Gondwana Strip however is divided up by the United Order Republic and Fódlan. In terms of population and size within Nagato, the largest and most populated is East Genesis Island. The newest island, Thomas Island, is located northeast of the coast of East Genesis Island.


The Genesis Islands were created in the 10th century after a tsunami flooded the land that connected East Genesis to West Genesis. The Genesi Archipelago was formed by volcanic activity initiated at an undersea magma source called the Genesi hotspot. The process is continuing to build islands; the tectonic plate beneath much of the Genesis Sea continually moves southwest and the hot spot remains stationary, slowly creating new volcanoes. Mount Coronet, a volcano on Ryouko Island, is the tallest mountain in Nagato at 5,683 meters (18,645 feet) tall.

Natural disasters


According to the Köppen climate classification, most of Nagato has a temperate oceanic climate (or Do type), which features warm summers, and wet winters with frequent overcast and cloudy skies. Many laws strictly forbid damaging natural habitats, keeping most beaches in the country's natural state, all the while attracting many tourists. Eco-tourism is highly encouraged by the government, with most hotels opting for a healthy mix of nature and the enjoyment of their guests.

Climate data for Greenwood, Nagato
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Average high °C (°F) 8.3
Average low °C (°F) 2.1
Average precipitation mm (inches) 124.5
Source: [1]

Wildlife and conservation



Political divisions

Map of Nagato
# Flag Area (sqkm) Area (sqmi) Prefecture Capital Population
1 Greenwood Flag 1.png Greenwood Capital District Greenwood 4,450,595
2 Haruhi Flag 1.png Haruhi Virbank 3,020,384
3 Itsuki Flag 1.png Itsuki Aspertia 1,513,570
4 North Genesis Flag 1.png Kunikida Nuvema 10,625
5 Mikuru Flag 1.png Mikuru Undella 2,834,259
6 Portland Flag 1.png Ryouko Portland 10,008,571
7 Genesis Flag 1.png Taniguchi Humilau 3,505,198
8 Tsuruya Flag 1.png Tsuruya Mistralton 2,439,569
9 Yuki Flag 1.png Yuki Castelia 2,238,459

Government finance


Science and technology



Nagato Highway System

Map of Nagato’s Highway System

The Highway System of Nagato is signed with a white border, the top one-third is in Nagato Red and displays the word “NAGATO”, while the bottom two-thirds is in Nagato Blue and displays the number of the highway. They are fully controlled-access routes built to the same standards as other highways like it worldwide.

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Northern or western terminus Southern or eastern terminus Formed Other names
Nagato Route 1 Sign.png N-1 1,357.31 843.39 N-6 eastbound near Virbank, Haruhi N-6 westbound near Virbank, Haruhi 1978 Nagato Loop Highway
Nagato Route 2 Sign.png N-2 407.53 253.23 Camp Coronet near Lentimas, Ryouko Northwest 15th Ave and Southeast 32nd Ave in Greenwood 1978 Sunset Highway
Nagato Route 3 Sign.png N-3 302.87 188.19 N-2 northbound in Greenwood N-2 southbound in Greenwood 1978 Capital Highway
Nagato Route 4 Sign.png N-4 378.57 235.23 Floccesy, Taniguchi Humilau, Taniguchi 1989 Genesis Sea Highway
Nagato Route 5 Sign.png N-5 775.76 482.03 Castelia, Yuki N-5 northbound near Castelia, Yuki 1985 North Strip Highway
Nagato Route 6 Sign.png N-6 259.74 161.40 N-1 southbound near Virbank, Haruhi N-1 northbound near Undella, Mikuru 1980 Chargestone Highway
Nagato Route 7 Sign.png N-7 122.06 75.84 N-1 Southeast Expressway in Greenwood 2006 Haruhi Suzumiya Highway



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