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Motions & Acts
The Heyrana Respublica (H.R.), more widely known as the “Heyra” is the transformation of the former 2nd Heyrana Respublica into a completely liberal, open, meritocratic and minarchism government, through first an entity known as The Conglomerate, and now the 3rd Heyrana Respublica. Apprehensive of optimising the structure of the Respublica, the decision to change to a more agile organisation for a better adaption in the daily operations issues, along governance changes, have been decided following a growing deficit, resulting in abandoning most of the governmental functions to focus on all aspects of security.
— Graphical Charter —
Heyrana Respublica (AR)
Heyran Republic (DA)
Coat of arms:
Novus ordo seclorum
Praeteritum est mortalem
— Structure —
Meritocratic minarchist council
The National Council
31st December 2019,
from The Conglomerate
— Geography —
— Economy —
604 135 216 486,20 USD
GDP per capita:
68 091,56 USD
GDP per capita PPP:
62 246,97 USD
8 872 395
Life Expectancy :
M 76y; W 79y
Human development index :
Education index :
Life expectancy index :
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— Pragmatic —
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The Principality of Heyra (1104-1715)
The First Reign (Prince Souverain Charles I Grimaldi de Heyra, 1104-1130)
Founded in 1104 by the City Noble Master Charles Grimaldi through major internal disputes in the City of Heyra at this time, enthroned himself Prince Souverain, creating the Principality of Heyra with the benediction of the Pope, as local community was sacking the religious people along not respecting the Pope's authority due to major notable disputes between the major nobles of the city, making disappearing no real authority in order to ensure the safety of the Clergy nor the stability of the city more generally, it is through this situation that Charles Grimaldi got many supports for taking the total control of the City. Through his reign he ensured the peace of the Heyran peninsula, by occupying most of the land and ensuring that traders were paying taxes to his new Principality. A Feudal Monarchy to a tiny scale was in place, he also made the succession law being “primogéniture équitable” (one heir, the elder, no preference for the sex), and in order to ensure the respect he created in 1105 the Ordre Princier, or known as “Les Loyaux”. His reign ended in 1130, letting his elder child, his daughter Princesse Souveraine Marie I Grimaldi de Heyra ruling.
The First Woman Prince (Princesse Souveraine Marie I Grimaldi de Heyra, 1130-1136)
A rather unexpected Monarch in those medieval times, where women were generally relied as second rank being the men, but thanks to the preference her father had for her, he ensured equal succession, allowing her to take the throne, and becoming the first Princesse Souveraine along the second Monarch of the Principality. Her coronation is delayed of one year after her father's death, due to major discordes within the family, with her brother Charles contesting her the throne, which is also backed by the Pope and recognised as legitimate by most foreign monarchs and a part of the local nobles. After an intense year, Marie ensure the support of the local nobles to her succession rights, being considered as a fair and just Monarch, compared to his brother being corrupt and cruel. She is crowned in 1131, accessing to the throne, and wishing to establish a greater Principality, order the construction of La Cotière in 1134, in order to ensure the opening of the Principality to sea traders and to develop the Heyran economy, which at the time was starting to rely on silk along at 98% like most localities at the time, on agriculture. She marry a local noble, Pierre de Juste in 1136 through a cognatic marriage, later this same year, fearing of establishing a succession line by having her sister having an Heir, his brother Charles manage a plot to take power, which he took advantage of her friendship and care with most people/peasants to put on his side a few young revolting local nobles, managing to assassinate her during a walk within the City, her husband which is next to her isn't killed but injured, having tried to defend her, managing to still kill, with a few guards 3 of the aggressors, and capturing Charles. With Marie I dead, the throne de facto come to her brother Charles, in jail for her assassination. A few nobles decides to recognise the legitimacy to the Throne of Charles, and manage to make him escape the jail and the city, taking refuge into the Forêt Blanche. Most local nobles however and the City don't recognise his legitimacy.
A Deadly Reign (Prince Souverain Charles II Auguste Grimaldi de Heyra, 1136-1136)
Being crowned by the Pope while in exile in Vaguzia, Charles II manage to come back at the head of an army of mercenaries to reconquest the Principality, which have been ruled by Pierre de Juste, husband of Marie I. Having been defeated, Pierre de Juste retire to the Forêt Blanche where he meet a cousin of Charles II, Charles Grimaldi de Heyra (another Charles), cousin of 3rd degree of Charles II. This Charles, which is crowned as Charles III in order to respect the wish of the Pope, as Christianity and Clergy is heavily respected. Charles II, having conquered the City, find it devastated by the fight, with empty chests and an army of mercenaries to pay, quickly the situation degenerate, mercenaries finding out not being paid, the little number of faithful to Charles II flew with him out of the City, letting the City under the occupation of the mercenaries, destroying, raping, burning down, creating a real massacre in the City. Charles III advance in the direction of the City in order to take it back, with his loyal nobles having rallying him and Pierre de Juste, on the way he meet Charles II and his little number of troops. Immediately, a fight to death is engaged, in which Pierre de Juste lose his life... But the issue is no surprise, Charles II is executed in the field by Charles III himself and execute the traitors. In the end, Charles II would have reigned for 260 days, with only 9 days in the City.
Some Stability (Prince Souverain Charles III Louis Grimaldi de Heyra, 1136-1178)
With his troops, after having finally ended the life of Charles II on the field, Charles III must deal with the mercenaries which occupy the City. He certainly have an advantage, after a few weeks, they have lose their discipline, moral, organisation and probably willing to fight due to the many internal fights in the City, it is chaos. His troops are fresh, having known only a little fight and, as the entire army is local, have the determination to pull out the strangers out of the lands of the Principality. Strong of 217 mens, Charles III enjoy that the walls are broke to enter discreetly within the City at the aurores, as the night guard is weak, mercenaries are or sleeping, or drunk in taverns, the massacre is made in a few hours, building after building. After the deadly Heyran Civil War about Succession of, after all Charles I, Charles III take the head of a devastated City and land all around, with poor ressources, he decides to disband the ost (the army he had) in order to concentrate efforts towards reconstruction, the La Cotière, the fortress started by Marie I, having its construction suspended since a few months, isn't the priority, for Charles III, they need to go back to the lands, further in the lands, and start the construction of the Haut-Heyra, a total of two fortress separated by a river, with a long and revolutionary bridge for the time, heavily fortified, doubting again a war like what happened. The Haut-Heyra construction become his priority, relocalising most of the agriculture and fields around, the same as the tiny silk industry, with always this fear of conflict. He reduce the number of nobles and county, along having a rather simple and drastic way of living. Even if focusing on the Haut-Heyra, it doesn't prevent merchants from re-developping the Bas-Heyra, or simply Heyra, which was desolated.
In 1140, from the North, from which very little was known as Heyra throughout its history have always been open to the sea, arrived Paul The Explorer, King of East Moreland. Well-known for his travel, he passed through Heyra many times, never truly stopping there. It is only in the end of his reign that he decides to have a wander, meeting with Charles III, allowing the two unknown neighbours, separated by the heavy forest of Forêt Blanche to exchange some of their custodies.
In 1158, a greater harbour is built in order to better welcome merchant vessels, the same as better industry for silk is put in place next to the harbour and the unfinished La Cotière. His reign is known to be quite calm along a long period of stability, coming back to the level pre-succession war, he extinct in the Haut-Heyra in 1178 at 66 years old, reigned 48 years, a record for the time.
The Very Religious Monarch (Prince Souverain Philippe I Grimaldi de Heyra, 1178-1209)
The grandson of Charles III succeed to him, as Philippe I, he was known to be very much religious, so much that in fact he become the second Heyran Prince Souverain to be crowned by the Pope, the same as Charles II which wasn't voluntarily following the current situation at the time, this time, Philippe I making the displacement with no contestation. He showed little interest for the Bas-Heyra, preferring, like a monk stay in Haut-Heyra, supervising the end of the construction of the Haut-Heyra, and managing upgrades and extensions, but passing most of his time praying. He travelled many times during his life to see the Pope and regularly went in “exile” to pray with monks in the monastery. He had such a passion for the Christ, that following rumours and most stories he never had sexual relations, and renounced to the desire, explaining why he never married nor had lineage. He dies in 1209, without lineage, letting the son of his defunct brother access to the throne.
A First Overture (Prince Souverain Louis I Grimaldi de Heyra, 1209-1256)
Son of Haut-Prince Jacques, brother of Philippe I, he access to the throne at his death. Traditions were heavy after 31 years of rather heavy religious rule of Philippe I, and closed. By accessing to the throne, Louis I decides to move his apartments to Bas-Heyra, and focus on the finition of La Cotière, which were stop for about 73 years, started by Marie I, he seen the goal of ending the construction as him linking him directly to Marie I, and the founder of the Principality, Charles I. The Principality and the Monarchy have existed for only 105 years, making in Louis' mind the need to finalise its enlightment and supremacy over the land around. 6 years after the re-starting of the construction, in 1215, the Fortress is completed, allowing a strong presence of the Monarchy on the shore, and supervising in some kind the harbour, where trade have been heavily encouraged. Louis I liberalise the economy, pulling out the nobles from damaging the small industries of the time and traders, along pushing the construction of shipyards, the Heyran economy truly start taking form and a shape of commerce, relying heavily on oversea partners.
A Weak Reign (Prince Souverain Charles IV Grimaldi de Heyra, 1256-1264)
Charles, Louis I little brother, accede to the throne due to the death of the three Louis I child over the years. Being the latest child of the family, he was charged to serve the Clergy, an issue when it come to the fact that he became first on the succession line when the last remaining alive child of Louis I die in 1265, two years before his death. A religious zealous accessing to the throne question largely his abilities, adding to that his old age, and simplicity way of life compared to his elder brother, he decides to move the apartments to a monastery far away, leading his authority unfitted and the Principality without a real Monarchy leading it. He order to increase taxes, restrict trade, and is commonly unpopular adding to that its non-presence at all in day to day life of the Principality. Distensions start to happen, when the grand daughter of his uncle, her cousin Marie refuse to follow a law Charles IV wish to enforce, countering the rights of women along changing succession laws, promoting masculine heir. Due to the law of physic presence of Charles IV, Marie have no challenge rallying nobles to her rights, along vast majority of women, as there is a general feeling of incompetency and complete paranoia coming from Charles IV. In 1264, Marie at the head of a group of soldiers, and an escort of nobles and representatives of the localities and the City in order to request the abdication of Charles IV, a travel to where he retire is organised, and in front of the pressure and his old age, he accept the conditions and abdicate, while continuing to follow successions laws established by Charles I.
A Second Overture (Princesse Souveraine Marie II Grimadi de Heyra, 1264-1289)
Marie II coronation, after 8 years of backwards and counter-liberal reign by Charles IV, is very much welcomed by the peasants, cutting Clergy taxes, by traders, letting free economy extend and nobles, allowing them more power and diminishing Clergy. Even if officially she is believer and have been crowned for giving counts to God, she privately and to her close circle, did not took gloves to show her many disagreement about religion, and finding how restricting it was for day to day life and to women. She take part a major reduction of the Clergy, which is still observable today, letting only 2 Church in the Principality, and restricting the construction, wishing the people to focus more on their observations and facts, not “imaginable things” like she liked to say report many writers of the time. She notably host many scientists of the time, being persecuted by the Church and the Clergy at the time for their revolutionary discoveries. She also call for expeditions and major discoveries, building some of the greatest ships at the time, discovering other continents and starting establishing trade representations around. She dies in 1289, letting her daughter Jeanne accessing to the Throne.
Pursuing the dream (Princesse Souveraine Jeanne I Grimaldi de Heyra, 1289-1307)
Jeanne I follow her mother's line, expanding Heyran trade representations and making silk the speciality of the Principality. The Fortress La Cotière is extended, along some upgrades over Haut-Heyra. In opposite to her mother, Marie II, Jeanne I believe in God and firmly decides to follow the rule of limitation of 2 Church in the Principality, by destroying one, which created a major polemic, and a scission between Jeanne I and the Pope, an even greater then Marie II. The construction of a greater one does not help, as the evil have been done consider most Christians. L'Église Notre-Dame is ended in 1299, becoming one of the greatest Church of the continent, with its dedicated stained-glass windows showing Marie II life, discoveries, map and scientific advancement, certainly not dedicated to God, it amplify the fracture with the Pope. She also with the silk, consider herself as a model and create multiples fashion for the Court, launching new dresses and type of clothes, which spread throughout other Royal Courts. She die in 1307, letting behind her a wealthy, developing Principality and ending the Feudal Monarchy by a more distributed authority along a more open society to non-nobles.
Black-Death appearing (Prince Souverain Charles V Grimaldi de Heyra, 1307-1309)
Charles V, elder child of Jeanne I, succeed to her, taking in his hands a fruitful Principality, having its industry based around silk and exporting it... However, the ships coming back, after having done their trade deal, came back with the most deadly plague the Principality ever known... The Black-Death, more then half of the population will die during this epidemic, starting with Charles V after having ruled only two years, he would concentrate the little energy he have towards the prevention of this illness, trying to seek refuge into religion at the end of his life, he dies in 1309, leaving his wife as regent with his son and his daughter.
Regency of Death (Régente Princesse Louise Grimaldi-Juris de Heyra, 1309-1323)
After the death of her husband in 1309, Louise must take care of their child Jacques until his majority for ruling, at the age of 16. Having 2 years old in 1309, Louise take the charge of the Regency, into a Principality where the plague decimate the population. The majority of the population seek their safe passage for the heaven through religion, but Louise remain stricts and apply the laws about the two Church limitation, which will cause her major disturbances with other parties, but it is with this spirit that she will try to educate him with those values. In 1323, her Regency ends as Jacques arrive to the majority.
A Dark Age (Prince Souverain Jacques I Dieudonné Grimaldi de Heyra, 1323-1329)
Arriving to his majority, Jacques I even if receiving a rather open and liberal education, have always opposed her mother Louise on that matter. He too, in hope of redemption for the Principality with the Black-Death, move to be crowned by the Pope, hoping to end the plague and the many deaths. However, this do not happen even with his strong faith in religion, he tries to establish strong return to religious laws, but is prevented by her mother Louise, like about the very controversial law on the two Church. His efforts are vain, as he dies from the same plague in 1329, letting his sister Isabelle acceding to the Throne.
A Deficit (Princesse Souveraine Isabelle I Grimaldi de Heyra, 1329-1356)
With the death of her elder brother, Isabelle is crowned in 1329, and have as main concern the black-death continuing to destroy everything Heyrans tries to build. In order to counter that, Isabelle I having took well the education her mother gave her about an open mind, decides to re-define the City of Heyra in order to allow more hygienic roads and public places, preventing rats which were common at the time or establishing proper sanitary rules, which are mandatory and if not respected were considered as an heavy crime, due to how it was difficult to fight black-death, violating those laws was very much reprimanded. However, those new laying-outs and facilities are costly, and the chests are empty, which would effectively create a major crisis within the Principality, as Isabelle I is forced to increase taxes on the already tired population. At the end of the reign, the people have a mixed opinion about her, thanking her for her great changes fighting the plague, but concerned and weary of making efforts and paying such high taxes, leading to a few uprisings which Isabelle I will repress heavily. The crisis finally blow up by the demand of immediate funds by the creditors, forcing her to make a move or declare bankruptcy, she decides to size the money and reserve of the Clergy in order to save the Principality, a move which will be for long remembering by the Pope. She dies in 1356, letting behind her a Principality slowly getting back on track.
A Third Opening (Prince Souverain Charles VI Grimaldi de Heyra, 1356-1387)
Charles VI succeed to her mother Isabelle I, he is known immediately to be more laxist thanks to the the repayment of the created debt Isabelle I by herself, he decides to proceed to a great tax cut along ending the privileges of the Clergy, allowing himself to size even more benefits, ensuring him through his tax reforms a stable budget. He finally stabilise the budget in 1360, which in the last decades have been hold through exceptional entries of money, Ducats at the time. He decides to re-finance major expeditions in order to explore the Mundus, the same as financing a trading fleet and re-starting a flourishing silk industry, except with much less impact then the previous century, as the population have been drastically cut, for that he propose many foreigners to install in the Principality in exchange of tax exemptions while bringing their profession in order to allow the Principality to better come back and hold a strong economy quickly, a bet which work as the Principality dispose at the end of Charles VI's reign a varied economy, even if mainly based on agriculture and silk industry, but staying and counting on national production when coming to many other sectors, a rather impressive thing for a country of that size at this time. Charles VI dies in 1387, leaving behind a weak Heyra, less efficient then a century ago, but having healed its injuries.
Expeditions to the Other Side of the Mundus (Prince Souverain François I Grimaldi de Heyra, 1387-1434)
François I access to the Throne at the death of his Father Charles VI, he find a passion for trade along navy. He order the construction of officially the first Heyran military vessel, which is at this unique purpose, in order to protect the trade from pirates, NSM Heyra. He pursue the commission of explorers to sail throughout the Mundus, establishing for example a first contact with Rokkenjima in 1401, along having supported from his personal pocket the construction of commercial outpost in many localisations, Heyran silk being reputed for its quality and fine colours. François I also commission many jewels for his wife, with mainly profits from those commercial expeditions, showing his wealth for a Prince Souverain compared to Kings of greater Kingdom. He dies in 1434, letting the Principality discovering the surface of the Glob and re-finding the loosen trade links.
Ground Focus (Prince Souverain Rainier I Grimaldi de Heyra, 1434-1449)
Accessing to the Throne after his father François I, Rainier I take conscientiousness of the importance of the ground, with regular famine coming, Heyrans thanks to their wealthy economy have been able to import from other nations what they needed in order to complement what they couldn't produce or what miss due to an hard winter for example. Rainier I wasn't satisfied with such, and re-invested the budget towards great work of adjustments in order to develop agriculture and upgrade the archaic system, which Heyra was late compared to its neighour. This is when production of Bas-Armagnac, Wine, Cognac and other liqueurs exploded, the same as variety of plates, Rainier I being a fin-connaisseur, this needs also plenty of new words for such revolutionary meals, along translating foreign terms intervening into the French Language, pushing Rainier I to create the Académie de la Langue with its 25 Immortels to legislate about the language, orthography, grammar, vocabulary etc. Along enforcing the alignment of its statements for the entire language, this was known as a true revolution for the population, suppressing the local accents some localities may had at the time. Rainier I enter eternal sleep in 1449, ending the famines, affirming Heyran abilities to be independent on food reserves along establishing an Académie de la Langue, able to manage the French language.
Internal Turmoil (Prince Souverain Honoré I Grimaldi de Heyra, 1449-1456)
Succeeding to his father Rainier I, Honoré I honour a very special name, showing the introduction to a new area over the language of prosperity, and an educated elite, creating even more divergences with common people and making harder for foreigners to catch up the French language. After such fruitful reign, pushing “ground” interests over trade and sea interests, the Clergy had known a growing in terms of power, enjoying it in order to re-take back some of its land, and well-decided to re-take his revenge. Supported by a Princely Power being more out of the day to day of the Heyrans, with major barrier on language, the Clergy seek new supports such as very much isolated nobles or low-status persons, such as peasants or poor traders. With muskets starting to appear, and most guards or military men able to defend the Prince, commissioned to explore the Mundus. Honoré I does not plan nor know about anything which may happen, deep in his passion for cartography. The Archevêque of Heyra, Archevêque Baptiste, with the support of the Pope size the control of Haut-Heyra in 1455, forcing Honoré I to react calling for the few mens he have under his hand to defend Bas-Heyra (or simply Heyra), however it isn't sufficient, the Archevêque Baptiste send an ultimatum to Honoré I, wishing to force him abandon his liberal position on laws and legislation, and unlock the 2 Church limit. Honoré I sail ships in the night in order to escape from the hands of the Archevêque Baptiste, travelling to nowhere... With the heir, his son Rainier, they land in the safe Rokkenjima at the time, pursuing further south and dying of fatigue while reaching Satanica.
A Great Travel (Prince Souverain Rainier II Grimaldi de Heyra, 1449-1501)
At the death of his father and being relatively young, Rainier II isn't crowned immediately, and after suspicions about potentially being followed by the Archevêque mens, the few loyals to the Prince Souverain decides to move to an unknown place at the time, Benelux-Helvetica. He is crowned on the boat during the travel. During this time, the Archevêque have took the power and, in return to the Prince Souverain, took the title of Archevêque Prince, introducing himself as Regent, while making major changes in the Heyran society, making religious zeal strong and applying strict legislations about it. To the Archevêque Baptiste succeed Archevêque Paul in 1467, and then Archevêque François in 1489. Rainier II establish his life in Benelux-Helvetica, where he become very much friendly with the locals and the Monarchy. He dies in 1501, after having passed his entire Rule in exile.
A Love Story (Prince Souverain Louis II Grimaldi de Heyra et de Benelux-Helvetica Waldensteyck, 1501-1517)
Grand-son of Rainier II, he is the first Heyran Monarch in exile to never have known the ground of his domain. Being a young and attractive man, he take the short responsibilities of Prince Souverain in exile very young, his father having died a few years ago. The Archevêque François write him a letter, calling him to return to the Principality as Ruler, a letter which he will not reply, simply wishing to cut ties with this past which isn't his... For a woman... It is always the reason behind most decisions. His sister Louise disapprove it, understanding his love, but wishing the Principality first... Lydia, the name of the Benelux-Helvetican Empress, the only thing is that after having known each other a bit during their childhood, becoming closer, Lydia is called for her duties after her election in 1499, which devastated him. He is confident in his decision of not returning to Heyra, while his sister decides to move forces around, and take contact, through secret notes with locals wishing the return of the Prince Souverain. He, as public figure now in Benelux-Helvetica, make everything in order to meet Lydia on several occasions, while not being invited, but for example during open balls or evenings, that kind of events, creating even more tensions with his sister about the Family budget which was very little. Lydia having over the years took her charge as Empress, a young and beautiful Empress, could after that many years dedicate her time to her personal life which she had forgot during that time... The two amants manage to re-start a proper relation, this time more serious and about the future of their common lineage. In 1517, a marriage is decided, which anger very much Louise, Louis II's sister, she enter in a fury against her brother, meaning little chances for her to see the land their grandfather talked them about during their childhood, in addition to that, Louis II decides to adopt a new name, Waldensteyck-Grimaldi like Lydia, in order to treat equal as equal. After days of intense dispute and pressure, Louise put Louis II in front of reality, he cannot leave the Principality nor coming back... Louis II after days of reflexion with Lydia, decides to sign his abdication in favour of his sister an hour before the wedding. He will continue his life with Empress Lydia, never leaving Benelux-Helvetican and adopting custodies.
Return of the Princesse (Princesse Souveraine Louise I Grimaldi de Heyra, 1517-1573)
As his brother abdicate in her favour, Louise I decides to be only crowned in Heyra and no where else, not even where she was, in Benelux-Helvetica, a far and discover ground from the Principality which her grandfather without a doubt, showed her through his feelings and souvenirs as a child. In that time, the Archevêque François hear the news of Louise I intentions, understanding that she had the ideal of coming back with her legacy, pulling out the Clergy for once and for all. Louise I with her strength, had allowed a tiny force of a few hundreds men to follow her, with the support of the Benelux-Helveticans for the ships, she moved back to Rokkenjima, in order to prepare the last things for the re-taking of the Principality. With her contacts and some nobles, they had agreed that once she would land in Heyra, they would rally to her and bring down the rule of the Archevêque François once for all. In 1518, at the head of 459 soldiers, she take foot on Heyra, after 63 years of leaving of the Princes of Heyra. Having landed on the South of the peninsula, she meet as agreed her supporters and those which remained loyal to the Prince, Bas-Heyra have already fallen, the Archevêque had took the fortifications of Haut-Heyra in order to resist until the last stand, before closing the walls he sent a distress message to the Pope, in hope for help. Louise decides to be crowned only when she will have full control of her rightful land. The siege is put in place, but the Archevêque had planned it, with enough provisions to resist long years. Louise decides to use ancient technics, by building a wall around the fortress, allowing to easily break sortie from the opponent, she however judged not useful to build an external wall against potential aggressors, having the rest of the Principality under her control. The Pope of the time, estimating the low legitimacy of Louise, being a woman re-inforcing his will, decides to send a force to crush what he call “a revolt against the rightful Heyran Monarch”. As the Papal Force started getting in the ships, the novel arrived to Louise, which managed to make the Papal Force believe that Heyra-Sud have been left un-protected and was the right place to land, taking immediately the city and allowing Louise I to not act. Louise I made everything so that the Archevêque wouldn't know how the Pope would reply, no communication at all was possible. Louise I having made follow the invasion fleet, reduced to the minimal the defense wall of the siege, putting all her forces in strategic positions in Bas-Heyra. As Louise I planned and plotted, the Papal Force secretly land in the harbour of Bas-Heyra, as around half of the forces were still in the boats, Louise I ordered the melee to start, with canons revealing themselves shooting massively at the boats, with the goal of blocking them in the harbour. The Papal Forces not prepared to a fight with that much enemies along so well-prepared, in delicate position with half the troops only on the ground, are annihilated. Announcing the news the next morning to the Archevêque through a messager, the Archevêque refuse to believe so, and the siege pursue a few months, until the Archevêque decides to surrender peacefully the city. Louise I is crowned following the tradition, re-liberalise the Principality, and order the construction of what would be known as the Château de la Forêt-Blanche, linking the forest to the Haut-Heyra through a Palace bridge, proof of Heyran architecture greatness, unfortunately the construction start in 1570, dying three years later in 1573, never seeing the Palais completed and letting behind her an again liberalised Principality.
Fleeing (Princesse Souveraine Marie III Isabelle Grimaldi de Heyra, 1573-1578)
Grand-daughter of Louise I, Marie III is crowned following the tradition her grand-mother installed for the return of the Princes in Heyra. However, even if this coronation happen quickly at the demand of the Family Members, knowing how much Marie III did not wished to rule, she take the Crown with a major regret. Effectively, during her young age she always wished to be part of the Ordre Princier, being attributed missions in the name of the Heyran Monarch and serving the Principality with her skills of great duelist and negotiator. However, she is forced to put this dream aside in order to Rule, which left her with an heavy taste of regret in her mouth. In 1578, she can no longer stand the pressure of the Étiquette along her duties, wishing to get a free life, even forgetting her dream of entering the Ordre Princier (which was at her service), she wish a free-life and flee the Principality organising her fake death. Today Historians having found documents that attest of her plans confirmed, with a few of her close circle having help her. A ceremony is organised in her honour, letting her sister Louise taking the rule, she however would have finished the Château de la Forêt-Blanche before her fake-death. She would manage her farm with the help of her husband which she marry a few years later after her fleeing, having a lineage (putting in question the legitimacy of the current Monarchs by a few opponents) and living quietly the rest of her life, with her secret never discovered until 1897. She dies in 1599 in East Moreland.
A Renaissance (Princesse Souveraine Louise II Grimaldi de Heyra, 1578-1630)
Taking the throne during to her sister mysterious death, falling from the cliff with her body unrecognisable, Louise II which wasn't designated to the Throne take it with passion for the love of her falsely defunct sister. During her Reign, many castles start being built, mostly with the Château d'Autun on the very south of the peninsula, offering a unique and new style, which will start the classical Heyran architecture for over 200 years, along a master piece when coming to the gardens, offering to herself great and majestic open out of kilometers of gardens. This is in those years that Louise II start passing legislation in order to protect the Princely Domain known as “L'Ouest Sauvage”, more then 90% of the total Heyran territory, the small town of Trivers built on the other side of the peninsula in that Princely Domain is moved, with hundreds of families being displaced and rebased in the conquered and inhabited island of Redfern (French : Île de la Fougère Rouge), with a tiny annexe, but most of the displaced persons moving to the city of Heyra, this will cause an harm a bit to her Majesty reputation, but ensuring the preservation of the forest as we today know it. In the end of her reign, she order the creation of an road towards the south of the peninsula leading to a small harbour, which have as purpose to link through regular vessels the island of Redfern to the continent, this road shall become the Great South Highway (French : Grande Autoroute du Sud). She extinct in 1630 in her new Château d'Autun, leaving behind her a well constituted Heyran culture.
Pursuing the Renaissance of Classicism (Princes Souverain Honoré II Grimaldi de Heyra, 1630-1715)
Honoré II, Louise II grand-son, arrived on the throne as new and charismatic monarch, renewing the Renaissance launched by Louise II, which over the year, being older and older, started creating a statu quo, with an heavy étiquette being apply to the entire population. First acts made by Honoré II were to unlock the étiquette and the heavy pressure the society had on the people. He also ordered the construction of the Petit and Grand Trianon in 1637, in order to serve as summer residence for the Princely Family, mostly out of the still present étiquette in order to allow a more private atmosphere, out of the city. Honoré II encouraged trade along pursuing pushing the traditional Heyran silk industry, and creating new ones, such as the stained-glass window/mirrors industry, statue creators and little paintings artists, even if those last had hard time exporting their œuvres. Honoré reign was known for his liberal policies, but mostly for ensuring the Princely Family privacy, and getting slowly throughout his reign, out of the political life of the Principality, giving many powers to the Council of the City and the Ministre d'État. He passed most of his time with his wife and their childs, along hunting in the Princely Territory, with heavy interestment for artists, such as the prodigious Lully in his time.
The Kingdom of Heyra-Bellefaye (1715-1809)
Ill Reign (Prince Souverain Georges I de Bellefaye, 1715-1729)
Enjoying of the lack of direct legitimate childs, the Grand Duc of Bellefaye has chosen to take advantage of the situation in order to push the people to take the Heyran throne and transfer it to his grand-child, Georges de Bellefaye, becoming Georges de Bellefaye, something which he got by negociating a matrimonial marriage with the cousin of the defunct Prince Souverain Honoré II, Héloïse Grimaldi de Heyra, with the heirs taking her name instead of her husband. This lead however to a short period of war with the brother of Héloïse Grimaldi de Heyra, Pierre Grimaldi de Heyra, which due to lack of support and his popularity not being strong among the people, lead to exile himself and his partisans, still claiming the throne. However the new Prince Souverain Georges I de Bellefaye, after his coronation was a poor leader, being indecisive and having a poor judgement, he was well-known for his inaction, with many of his previous supporters only two years after his coronation in 1717 lead to a conspiracy which was revealed. With the support of his grand-father, mainly financial and militarily, the Grand Duc of Bellefaye, Georges I crushed his opponents and opening really his reign by using fear as his spearhead.
Pierre Grimaldi de Heyra pursued from exile his will to rule over Heyra, trying to influence things from far away in the Principality, something which won't pass un-notice with Georges I deciding in 1721 to make everything he can in order to get Pierre Grimaldi de Heyra definitely out of the list of the pretenders. Something which would result, even if not fully certain, in the disappearance of the pretender in Vaguzia in 1723. His Reign was rather stable, stable through fear and with the support of his grand-father the Grand Duc of Bellefaye. However this support disappear as the Grand Duc dies, letting Georges I taking over Bellefaye too, and planning to divorce from Héloïse Grimaldi de Heyra in order to ensure himself a real Royal Family to rule over, the Kingdom of Heyra-Bellefaye -a Kingdom he projected to, and make himself King-. Discovering his plans, Héloïse Grimaldi de Heyra decides to take things in hand, and organise the murder of Georges I, giving him no time to execute his plans.
Union (Princesse Souveraine Héloïse I Grimaldi de Heyra et de Bellefaye, 1729-1795)
Taking over the Grand Duchy of Bellefaye while becoming Princesse Souveraine of Heyra, Héloïse I accomplish what no one could, uniting those two countries, separated by a tiny piece of land owned by the Kingdom of East Moreland. Just arrived to the two thrones, she order massive contracts between companies in the two countries, in order to push for an inclusive economy. After centuries playing little on the international game, Héloïse wished to show Heyra and Bellefaye, first of all together, but as a strong and independent union making regional decisions in terms of geopolitics, she enforced a common navy for both and in order to seal Heyran-Bellefaye union, had to find a foreign husband in order to seat her authority in ruling both. Her ascension wasn't much appreciated, by parties on both side, which lead to many assassinations attempts by the most fervent independentists and pretendants to the thrones throughout her reign.
In 1740, she engages Heyran Royal Navy in a commercial war against various traders from other nations as those were monopolising some harbours around the sea, most notably in Vaguzia, creating an escalation in the entire region and starting the First Mhorish Sea War against the Quywe Empire which was willing to defend its interests. Due to Heyran better knowledge in shipyard along smaller but easier to manage ships, the Heyran Royal Navy managed to maintain a high presence in the Mhorish Sea while harassing all passing trading enemies vessels, including Balticum ones. After 2 years since the start of the conflict openly, Balticum decides to officially take part in it, after having already sent privateers to prevent a major blow to Balticum maritime trade. Due to the northern Heyran border being closed by the The Kingdom of East Moreland, all confrontations will take place in the sea, between fleets and more often, simple vessels. A Quywen landing is tried to Redfern Island, which is successful, but when coming back to the vessels in order to invade the continent, a storm sweeps the Quywen fleet, creating a trouble in the Empire after such humiliating defeat by the nature. Eventually, after a few years of fighting, negotiations are started in 1746 in order to seal the War. Open harbour along defined free-taxes zones in each harbour are defined and announce the end of monopoles for any trading company which is a major victory for the developing Heyran trade as it's taking more and more influence within the region.
Tyrant (Roy Louis-Michel I Grimaldi de Heyra et de Bellefaye, 1795-1809)
Heyran First Republic (1809-1812)
Civil War (President Andrew Maxon 1809-1812)
Heyran Restauration (1812-1945)
- (Reine Héloïse II Grimaldi de Heyra et de Bellefaye, 1812-1867)
- (Roy Charles VII Grimaldi de Heyra et de Bellefaye, 1867-1924)
- (Roy Guillaume I Grimaldi de Heyra et de Bellefaye, 1924-1935)
Mhorish and Illumic Fire (Roy Guillaume II Grimaldi de Heyra et de Bellefaye, 1935-1945)
Heyran Second Republic (1945-2018)
- (1st President of the 2nd Heyran Republic, President Edward C. G. Mirzert, 1944-1951)
- (2nd President of the 2nd Heyran Republic, President -, 1951-1958)
- (3rd President of the 2nd Heyran Republic, President -, 1958-1965)
- (4th President of the 2nd Heyran Republic, President -, 1965-1972)
- (5th President of the 2nd Heyran Republic, President -, 1972-1979)
- (6th President of the 2nd Heyran Republic, President -, 1979-1986)
- (7th President of the 2nd Heyran Republic, President -, 1986-1993)
- (8th President of the 2nd Heyran Republic, President Arthur E. L. Markson, 1993-2000)
- (9th President of the 2nd Heyran Republic, President Oliver D. W. Gergover, 2000-2007)
- (10th President of the 2nd Heyran Republic, President Stephen W. T. Mostonest, 2007-2014)
- (11th President of the 2nd Heyran Republic, President Jonathan F. J. Blackwind, 2014-2018)
The Conglomerate (2018-2019)
Third Heyran Republic (2019-?)
Article 00 — Preambule
We, the People of the Heyran Republic, are united under an ideal of freedom and merit, to insure the defense with the help of Divinity, our territory, possessions, goods and people wherever those are, on Divinity’s Kingdom and beyond. The freedom of expression and trade, alongside the order of merit, and its defense, are the sole purpose of our banner under which the States are, from their free will, deciding to place themselves under for the greater good of their people.
Article 01 — Foundation
The Heyran Republic is a sovereign, indivisible, democratic, meritocratic and minarchic nation. It is the fair cause of the People to pursue and defend the present Constitution. The Constitution, and what follows from it, in any form, shall ensure the application of the freedom of expression and trade, and to promote merit, for the People, through only means over defense and security of its People and States. It acknowledge the following, as its symbolics:
The National Flag is the United Remembrance Banner.
The National Coat of Arms is the Blue Star.
The National Anthem is Praeteritum est mortalem.
The National Motto is Novus ordo seclorum.
The National Capital is Heyra City.
The National Currency is the Credit.
The National Animal is the Ant.
Article 02 — Authority of the State
Each State shall be autonomous on its domestic operations, and shall define a Governor. Each State shall ensure enforcement of the Republic’s laws and decisions, alongside participate to the Republic’s budget for defense and well-working. Each State shall also have as authority to define its symbolics.
Article 03 — Authority of the National Council
The National Council shall have as sole purpose to the laws of the Heyran Republic that shall be applied by the States. It shall also define the strategy of the Heyran Sections and handle the subsequent affairs. The scope of authority of the States shall be limited to the civil security of their territory. The scope of authority of the National Council shall be limited to the scope of the Heyran Republic’s territory, possessions, goods and people.
Article 04 — Election of the Governor
The Governor of a State shall be elected by the People of the State, by a two-round election, with all the candidates participating in the first round, and the top two candidates making it to the second round, with the candidate reassembling the largest majority of votes for candidates being appointed for a mandate of seven (7) years.
Article 05 — Authority of the Governor
The Governor of a State shall have as authority to lead the organisation of the State within its authority and the operations. It shall also have as authority to propose motions through the National Council.
Article 06 — Membership of the National Council
The National Council shall be composed of the States’ Governors and the elected Chair(wo)man.
Article 07 — Authority of the National Council
The National Council shall have as authority to promulgate Motions decided at the largest majority of votes that if equal shall see the Chair(wo)man vote count double, and shall supervise the Chair(wo)man in its lead of the Heyran Sections of the votes shall be decided through organic laws during the sessions which happen a minimum of one (1) every thirty (30) days.
Sessions can only take place with a ninety percent (90%) quorum on the Governors, and the monitoring of the Chair(wo)man.
Article 08 — Election of the Chair(wo)man
The Chair(wo)man shall be elected by a two-round election, with all the candidates participating in the first round, and the top two candidates making it to the second round, with the candidate reassembling the largest majority of votes for candidates being appointed for a mandate of seven (7) years.
Article 09 — Authority of the Chair(wo)man
The Chair(wo)man shall have the authority to monitor the National Council meetings, prioritise the debates and votes of the Motions. It shall also have as authority to represent the Heyran Republic domestically and abroad, and act as head of the Heyran Sections, being the ultime decision instance.
Article 10 — Referendum
The Chair(wo)man can order a Motion of the National Council to pass through a referendum that shall take place nation-wide. A simple majority is needed to decide the validation or not of the Motion.
Article 11 — Exceptional Motion
Shall the Chair(wo)man consider it necessary, the Chair(wo)man may make the National Council adopt, without any debate or vote, an Exceptional Motion over the budget and/or security matters, that shall be unquestioned and applied, except if in the twenty-four (24) hours following the submission of the Exceptional Motion a Motion of Censure is validated by the National Council.
Article 12 — Motion of Censure
The Governor of a State may bring to the National Council a Motion of Censure, for a maximum of one (1) every twenty-four (24) hours:
a) to contest an Exceptional Motion;
b) ask for a referendum that shall decide if the Chair(wo)man is dismissed or not.
A Motion of Censure may only be considered as validated if it obtains seventy-five percent (75%) of the National Council votes during the session it is brought in.
Article 13 — Second Chair
The Chair(wo)man shall grant a citizen the title of Second Chair, that shall serve and replace the Chair(wo)man if this one is in the incapacities to fulfil its duties.
Article 14 — Heyran Sections
The Heyran Defense Force, Heyran Justice Bureau, Heyran Secret Service, Heyran Finance Administration and the Heyran Diplomatic Corps are all part of the Heyran Sections, and each shall report solely to the Chair(wo)man as their organisation shall be defined organically.
The Heyran Defense Force shall have as purpose to ensure defense, domestic and foreign for the Republic.
The Heyran Justice Bureau shall have as purpose to ensure domestic security, and act as the judiciary organism for the Republic.
The Heyran Secret Service shall have as purpose to supply the necessary intelligence informations, ensure proper counter-intelligence for the Republic and protect the Republic’s representatives.
The Heyran Finance Administration shall have as purpose to manage, organise and invest all the financial resources of the Republic.
The Heyran Diplomatic Corps shall have as purpose to represent in due form, and express the Republic abroad.
The Heyran Procurement Office shall have as purpose to manage, audit and approve orders of materials of the Republic.
The Heyran [classified] - [classified].
Article 15 — Immunity
Under no circumstance may the Chair(wo)man, Second Chair or Governor be arrested as they are protected by the Constitution until their mandate ends.
Article 16 — Citizenship
Only heyran citizens of the Heyran Republic may vote, be candidate to and occupy positions in the Republic, from its elected or appointed offices, to the Heyran Sections.
An individual may not have any other citizenship than the heyran one.
An individual which have shown great bravery through blood may be granted citizenship by the partial decision of the Chair(wo)man.
Article 17 — States joining
The Heyran Republic allows itself to welcome new States, from a sovereign nation and people, through the official request from such. The definition of the number of State(s) shall be commonly negotiate, before even talking of admission. Once such step have been cleared, of this or those State(s), shall hold a democratic and free vote for all the citizen in age to vote, in accordance with the Heyran Republic voting legislature, as to accept or deny entering into the Heyran Republic as new State(s).
The Heyran Defense Force, main focus and spending of the government, is divided into 3 forces. A particularity of the H.D.F. is that it does not have a standard army, or ground force, instead each component have its special forces.
Naval Defense Force.
Composed of 22 ships (12 destroyers; 4 minesweepers; 6 patrol boats).
The Naval Special Ops.
HA 255 Andea
HA 277 Elysium
Aerospace Defense Force.
The Aerospace Special Ops.
Ground Surveillance Drone
Maritime Surveillance Drone
Swan (Tamoran Su-35)
Honeybadger (Morelander F-7 Dragonheart)
Cyber Defense Force.
The Cyber Special Ops.
The Heyran Republic does not have such things as embassies or consulates. Instead it disposes of local heyrans which legally can act as ambassadors, to represent the Heyran Republic and be a representative for communication.
Instead, there is a system of Diplomat, with various ranks:
Communication Diplomat: generally a local with the heyran citizenship, that does not hold such title as a full time occupation, serves officially as an ambassador, yet only real purpose is to pass informations.
List : Justine Velter (Tytor); Jerome Mavrix (East Moreland); Yvelines Sandstone (Tamora).
Representative Diplomat: may be assigned to a region or group of nations, and travel between them, ensuring good relations with those. It does not have any authority over agreements, however may assist the Consular Diplomat.
List : Martin Vonfox (Tamora, Royal Seleucid, Iwi, O.P.E.N.); Michelle Firm (East Moreland, Vaguzia, A.K.O., M.I.C.A.); Yann Bartolez (Quintelia, New Derusmia, S.I.C.R., Ui Ceinnselaig, Kodumaa, S.A.N.E.,); Ulrich Manch (Josai, Rokkenjima, Bakkermaya, Soleimani, A.A., C.T.O.).
Consular Diplomat: assigned on missions, for negotiation or development of relations. It have the authority to negotiate agreements.
List : Maxime Anginer;
The Heyran Republic is a/an :
Observer of the South Ardian New Electorate.
Observer of the Commonwealth Treaty Organisation.
Associate Member of the Oil (and Gas) Producing Exporting Nations.
Member of the Alba Karinya Organisation.
Member of the Mhorish and Illumic Co-operative Agency.
Member of the Assembly of Ardia.
Signatory and ratifier of the Mundus Convention of Universal Rights (original form).
Signatory and ratifier of the Uppsala Convention.
Signatory and ratifier of the Outer Space Standards Convention.
Signatory and ratifier of the Fair Seas Concordat.
Signatory and ratifier of the Treaty for the Protection of Hygelac and Hrothgar.
The Financial Security Act (including the 1992/09/01 Foreign Investments Tax Rescue Act; the 2018/05/29 Solar-storm Back-up System Program; the 2019/12/31 One-Tax Act; the 2019/12/31 Free Border Act; and defining the Freedom of Trade Policy).
The Future Protection Act (including the 2018/05/25 Organic Food Priority Act; 2018/08/12 Resurrect Population’s Act; the 2018/08/16 Adopt Mundus Orphans Program; the 2020/09/01 Cloning Act; the 2020/09/01 DNA Tests Act; and the 2021/12/31 Human Enhancement Act).