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Part of Kai-Meridian
Political map of Assai
Region Information
Land Area: 5,874,516.57 km2
Highest Point: Mount Elessi (5,612 m)
Lowest Point: Lake Kyisai (-342 m)
Average Temperature: 15-25°C
Low Temperature: 5-15°C
High Temperature: 20-30°C
Cities and Towns
Population: 1,000,212,417
Pop. Density: 170.26/km2
Largest City: Old Assai
Cities: Astaban, Pashran, Kiritani, Ezh'korat, Ronin, Perses, Kraizhan, Syos q'Esh, Eviv

This article is about the geopolitical region of Assai. For the sovereign state of the same name, see Kingdom of Greater Assai. For the language of the same name, see Assai (Language). For more uses see Assai (Disambiguation).

This article is part of Project Genesis.

Assai (Assai: Assai, Zhatsai: Esaie, Syan: Ando q'Sy, Kraien: Ashaii, Runish: Itusaina, Karatoko: Atsaie, Rhaithian: Sonder, Emrit: Ezh'assi) is a geopolitical region in the south-east of the continent of Kai-Meridia. Consisting of twenty-nine separate, sovereign nations, Assai forms one of the most culturally diverse regions within the continent, spanning across numerous climates, countries, and cultures.

Assai is divided into three major sub-regions: Greater Assai, the temperate climate area along the east coast of the Kai Sea; The Korat and Syon, consisting of the arid territories north of the Korati Mountain Range, including the Syon Desert and Korati Steppes; and South Assai, which includes all territories south of the Korati Mountains and the Kingdom of Kyisai. With approximately 1 billion inhabitants, Assai is the second largest region of Kaijin people in the world, behind only Aurinoea.

The Assai region was first inhabited by the Kaijin People, who emigrated from the Riden Peninsular approximately 6,000 years ago after fleeing from their persecution and genocide at the hands of the Zhou. After arriving at the west coast of Assai they settled in nomadic tribal communities, which they retained until the 38th Century Ʋ.

In 3460 Ʋ, the Alawazi Empire, led by Täkur the Wise, launched a military expansion into western Assai. At its full extension, the Empire encompassed all of western and southern Assai, up to the Korati Mountain Range. The Alawazi retained control of the region until the 40th Century Ʋ, after which increasing political tensions and geographical distances led to the withdrawal of Alawazi forces. Shortly after, Assai fragmented into numerous small Kingdoms, which would continue to struggle for political and cultural dominance for the next two millennia.

Shortly after the collapse of the Alawazi Empire, the Assai People of central Greater Assai began a series of military conquests which would eventuate in the creation of the Assai Empire, a political superpower which would dominate the region until the 55th Century. In the north, numerous small Emirates vied for political power in the Korat, and the nomadic people of the Korati Steppes established a growing empire known as the Dominion of Syon. In 4612 Ʋ, a union of small kingdoms in Assai's southeast formed the Assai Confederacy, a union which would later come to challenge the political dominance of the Assai Empire.

As both the Empire and the Confederacy continued to grow, tensions between them also increased. In 5406 Ʋ, a series of proxy wars known collectively as the Pashran Conflicts were played out between both the Confederacy and the Empire. These wars continued for the next two hundred years until the Treaty of Pashran, in which both powers agreed to a ceasefire and the gradual breakdown of their political unions. Since then, the various political groups that made up both superpowers have begun to separate into their own political entities.



Greater Assai

State Area (km2) Population Density GDP (nominal) GDP (per capita) HDI Capital
Kingdom of Greater Assai Old Assai
United Kingdoms of Esh'ai Astaban
Republic of Upper Assai Samatar
Republic of Avessi Montassia
Kingdom of Pashran Pashran
Kingdom of Kyisai Kiritani

The Korat and Syon

State Area (km2) Population Density GDP (nominal) GDP (per capita) HDI Capital
Dominions of Syon Syos q'Esh
Union of the Red Circle (URC) Eccius
Republic of Ezh'quot Ezh'quot
Republic of Ezh'emrit Ezh'emrit
Emirate of Assai-Korat Ezh'korat
Republic of Zhatsai At-Saimer
Republic of Metass Erequilon
United Republics of the Korat Ezh'kahn
Republic of Ves-Korat Astan
Principality of Kai Kaijinshuri
Republic of Rhaithe Rhachysthe
Republic of Trai'idia Trai'iv
Kingdom of South Korat Solanquir

South Assai

State Area (km2) Population Density GDP (nominal) GDP (per capita) HDI Capital
Assai Confederacy Eviv
Republic of Tyrannis Talis
Republic of Metnissis Bermit
Republic of Elqaie Cadar
Republic of Kraieri Vernissis
Kingdom of Krai-VIet Kraizhan
Republic of Perses Perses
Republic of Eldai Eldai
Principality of Run Run ad Everis
Kingdom of Berush Airut
Republic of Karatoko Ronin




Kaijin people arrive in Assai around 3460 Ʋ from Rikan. Before then is prehistory.

Kai Empire (3460-3985Ʋ)

Empire falls in 4179. Assai seperates in 3985.

Assai Empire and the Middle Kingdoms (3985-4612Ʋ)

Post Imperial fragmentation. Assai Empire comes to power. Southern kingdoms, where it is colder, struggle and remain small. Nomadic tribes from the Korati Steppes settle farther north, creating the Dominions of Syon. Sall emirates begin to form in the Korat, vying for political dominance.

Assai Confederacy and the Red Circle (4612-5406Ʋ)

Assai confederacy forms in the south and fragments, forming the larger southern kingdoms (Soviet-style empire). Assai Empire loses dominance as tensions build with the Confederacy. Dominions of Syon expand to full extent. URC is established. The Korat becomes briefly unified and then collapses again.

Pashrani Wars and the Struggle for Dominance (5406-5602Ʋ)

Assai confederacy and empire begin a series of proxy wars to gain control of the region. These end with the collapse of the Assai Empire and Treaty of Kyi, in which both beliigerents agree to demilitarise and break down. Southern kingdoms begin to seperate from Assai confederacy.

Modern Assai (5602Ʋ-)

Remained largely at peace.











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