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Tsardom of Kavisay
Flag Emblem
Banner Coat of arms
Motto: "The Land Where Star Never Falls"
Anthem: "The Star of Sania"
and largest city
Official languages Kavisayn
Recognized national languages Jinjo
Religion Avasonism
Demonym Kavisayn
Government Absolute Monarchy
 •  Tsar Staclome Wosdan
 •  Head of The Collective Swed
 •  Grand Prince Lad
Legislature Collective of Kavisay
 •  Upper house Alian Dynasty
 •  Lower house Royal Government
 •  Established March 25, 1 AC 
 •  Disestablished Jule 10, 5 AC 

Kavisay (officially the Tsardom of Kavisay and formerly the Communes of Kavisay) was a nation located in eastern Kuthara. The nation consisted of 3 provinces, with a metropolitan area extending from the Xian river to the coast of the Grand Central Ocean. Tts capital and largest city was Sanigrad. Kavisayn people were not native to Alathra, but sailed to the lands from a distant world called Lunor.


The name Kavisay comes from old ancient Kavisayn Scripts. In Kavisayn, the word "say" means land: for example, Soktasay would be "Land of the Soktas". Soktas were an ethnic Jisaquen group that inhabited Kavisay before being integrated into the nation. Thus the word Kavisay translates to "land of the Kavi's", which is the main ethnic group of Kavisay.


Kavisay was first started in the Lunorian Region of Loshsay inhabited by the early Jisaquen Race. The Jisaquens learned how to hunt and farm food. Eventually they learned how to harvest trees, food and other basic materials. They began to make small settlements in Loshsay which turned into the first tribes of the Kavisayn civilization. There were tens of tribes scattered around Loshsay, the main one being called Kasisa, lead by Josjoli I. Kasisa soon began to develop advanced armor, tools and weapons. Multiple tribes joined the greater tribe of Kasisa out of fright of being conquered, and Kasisa reformed into the Imperial Kingdom of Kavisay.

The Kingdom of Kavisay began developing farms and founded the village of Saopi, which would eventually become the Imperial Capital of the Kavisayn Kingdom of Kavisay. After the passing of Josjoli I, the second king Josjoli II came into power. He began taxing the people and implenting strict rules upon the peasants of Kavisay, executing anyone that did not follow his order.