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The Oriento Dominion: Cavlaire,Port Royal History (From Romans vs Mongols- WWII)

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                     The Territory of Porte Royal, Cavlaire, Porte Royal

Founder: Grenus the Mongol and Royan of  Calvius

Founded:200 ad

Capital: Cavlaire (p.545,000)

Language: Orienton (official), Russian,Voyran(ancient native)

Population:1,200,000

Ethnicity: Russian:40%, Eastern European: 25%, Native 15%, Orienton 10%, European(british,dutch,french)10%,

Religion: Christianity 60% , Orthodox 20%, Jewish 10% , Protestant 3% , Other 2%

Official Sport: Soccer

Governor: Governor Serge' Voy Bylvakic

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Official History:

Mongolians inhabited the small island at 170 bc.  However, in 550 ad a Roman Christian  Centruion named Calvius Dolomus deserted from Rome

with his fellow Christians during an expedition to the east past Turkey.  They traveled the indian ocean before shipwrecking within the foot  of the mountains of

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Attack:

 Calvius was attacked by Mongolians after they landed. In response to this, Calvius walled the young city of 'Cavlaire,' the ancient name for St.Royal/After a series of wars between the two societies peace came in 700  ad when the sides saw too much killing.  Christianity took over.  Eventually the two cultures intertwined to form the native people we see today

Christianity:

In 900 ad   St.Royan becomes the great prophet of Cavlaire. He delivered  to the people the now- lost Book of Peace all from his vision. He set up the Royal Laws, which set up a new church and governed the people.  Porte Royal was renamed for him.

Invasion and security:

Oriento invades the island in 1520 with suprisingly little violence.  Orienton citizens move in leaving their culture with the people for years

Between 1690-1907 Russians,Serbs, and other Baltic people move into the island.

1816-1818- 

Russia tries to invade Port Royal, destroying FortFreedom on Port Royal near Russia.  This begins the Russo-Oriento Affair.  Oriento reconquers Port Royal but loses heavily in the war as the death toll is 23,000.

Cultural boom:

Between 1892-1908 the culture of

Port Royal becomes famous for its elegant dances, great opera and their singers.  Literature is also at its peak.

World War II and

Soviet Union:

In 1938, A Russian plan to take Porte Royal is uncovered by intel.  Royan citizens fear becoming soviet and communist

 In 1940-  Oriento's

Port RoyalTerritory off the coast of Russia is threatened by Submarines. Oriento Army attacks Russian Submarines.  Russia loses.

European Immigration

After World War II the French,English, and Dutch settled    within Porte Royal

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