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Nullhi Republic
Constitutional Republic
Rispublikei Nallhai
Coat of arms

Ti Tirra Preskusim

(and largest city)
Nullhi City
Constitutional republic
Harold Hortensius Hesaga
7 AC

Member of
Gogúan Ásúon NgolaOctember 25, 8 AC –
Aepril 23, 14 AC

Nullhia, officially the Nullhi Republic, is a country in the north-western region of Prsata. It is the second most populous country in Prsata. It is often regarded as the successor to the Australis Union as it occupies much of it's former claims.

Settlement in what is now Nullhia began over thousands of years ago, with various tribes inhabiting it.

Formal creation of Nullhia into the modern nation took place in 7 AC with the Port Proclamation. Nullhia later entered into a union with Asumgúan in 8 AC forming Gogúan Ásúon Ngola as one of its founding members. Following various conflicts and the breakup of Gogúan Ásúon Ngola, Nullhia was once again an independent state.

Nullhia has been described as a regional power with a rapidly growing economy; it has one of the largest economies in Prsata.

As a global power in agricultural, scientific, and technological sectors, it is one of Alathra’s largest exporters and importers. As a developed country it offers social security, a universal health care system, and tuition-free university education. Nullhia is a member of the Prsatan Union, and is allied to various nations.


The word Nullhia is derived from Nullhi Nallhei, descended from Middle Nullhi Nali. This in turn descends from Old Nullhi Næl’i.



Pre-Nullhi ancestors, were present in Prsata at least 11 million years ago. Similarly dated evidence of modern Nullhi have been found throughout Central Prsata, including 42,000-year-old flutes which are some of the oldest musical instruments ever found in Prsata, 40,000-year-old cave paintings, and 35,000-year-old tree carvings.

Nullhi Tribes

The Nullhi people are thought to date from the Prsatan Bronze Age. From central Prsata, they expanded north, coming into contact with the Qadocian, Unvantian, Prevoditi, and other tribes.

Nullhi Republic


Nullhia is the second largest country in Prsata; bordering Asumgúan to the east, and Highnamm to the southeast. Nullhia is also bordered by the ocean in the north.

Elevation ranges from the Diorite Mountains in the south to the shores of the ocean in the north. Significant natural resources include iron, coal, calcite, wood, gold, diamonds, copper, andesite, diorite, and emeralds.


Most of Nullhia has a temperate climate, ranging from oceanic in the north and west to continental in the east and southeast. Winters range from moderate to cool and are generally overcast with limited precipitation, while summers can vary from hot and dry to cool and rainy. The northwest regions have prevailing westerly winds that bring in moist air from the ocean, moderating the temperature and increasing precipitation.


The territory of Nullhia can be divided into three terrestrial ecoregions: prairie, forests, and diorite mountains. As of 16 AC, 5% of Nullhia's land area is devoted to agriculture, while 36% is forested and 14% is covered by settlements or infrastructure.

Plants and animals include those generally common to Northern Prsata. Oak and dark oak trees constitute just over 96% of the forests; roughly 2% are conifers, particularly spruce. There are many species of ferns, flowers, fungi, and mosses. Wild animals include deer, wild boar, sheep, fox, pig, rabbit, cow, horse, donkey, and chicken. The blue cornflower is considered a Nullhi national symbol.


Nullhia is a constitutional, parliamentary, representative democratic republic. Federal legislative power is vested in the parliament consisting of the Sinutusei (Senate) and Kaunsiliumei Naetiunulisim (National Council), which together form the legislative body. The Sinutusei is elected through direct elections. The members of the Kaunsiliumei Naetiunulisim represent and are appointed by the governments of the different regions of Nullhia. The Nullhi political system operates under a framework laid out in the 14 AC constitution known as the Lika Vandutim (Foundational Law). Amendments require a two-thirds majority of both the Sinutusei and the Kaunsiliumei Naetiunulisim; the fundamental principles of the constitution, as expressed in the articles guaranteeing dignity, the separation of powers, the federal structure, and the rule of law, are valid in perpetuity.


Foreign Relations


Nullhia's military, the Manimenei Naetiunulisim (National Defence), is organised into the Ekerkitusei (Army), and Klaessisei (Navy), branches. In absolute terms, Nullhi military expenditure is relatively average. As of 16 AC, military spending is at $12,000, about 8.57% of the country's GDP.

As of 16 AC, the Manimenei Naetiunulisim has a strength of 5,000 active soldiers and 2,000 civilians. During wartime, military service can be made compulsory, however during peacetime it is replaced with voluntary service.

In peacetime, the Manimenei Naetiunulisim is commanded by the Minister of Defence. In state of war, the Pravekter can act as a co-commander of the Manimenei Naetiunulisim.











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