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Supreme People's Republic of Mbasana
Flag of Mbasana
Motto: Splendid Glory and Victory to the People
Anthem: Great and Glorious Country
Location of Mbasana
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Capital Madinat Kasul
Largest city Busar, Gabuto
Official language(s) Bush Babkhi, Common Tongue, various indigenous languages & creoles
Official religion(s) Khato, Animism
Demonym Mbasani
 - Adjective Mbasani
Government Presidential Republic (de jure)
Dictatorship (de facto)
 - Supreme President Paul Lamola
 - Legislature Glorious People's Assembly
Establishment August 27, 2017
Area N/A
Population 23,826,000
Currency Mbasana Pound
Abbreviation MBA
Time zone(s) {{{timezone}}}
National animal Panther
National drink Twogo Beer

The Supreme People's Republic of Mbasana was a coastal nation on Eura, established after the Euran wars. It is characterised by a tropical climate. The main population of the country was of Northern Euran descent, especially from the region of Kumar, which is regarded as a sacred and mythical place by the Mbasani people.


Mbasana's Supreme President, Paul Lamola

The country was established following the Euran war, when a fight for independence ensued. Since its establishment, the country has been in a perpetual state of civil war, with the currently ruling Mbasana People's Party feuding with the main opposition, the Liberation Front of Mbasana. The country can be characterised as a dictatorship, with full government control exercised by Supreme President Paul Lamola. The Mbasana People's Party rose to power following a coup d'etat that overthrew previous President David Abele.

The country was devastated by predatory raids carried out by Constancia in the aftermath of the Second Euran War and sank even further into an all encompassing poverty from which the only relief came as serving as the entrepôt for illicit goods being smuggled into and out of the Bathani dominated interior of Northern Eura. With each passing year President Lamola would grow more and more dependant upon a clique of Baatharzi merchants to the point where, by 1675, control of the capital had passed into the hands of Bathani clansmen.

Having never achieved widespread international recognition, the independence of Mbasana was snuffed out following its 1698 AN conquest by Constancia during the Third Euran War.


Officially, Mbasana WAs a parliamentary republic, with an executive Supreme President. However, in practice, the Glorious People's Assembly was merely a farce. The unicameral parliament was elected every four years by the Mbasani population. Reports of election fraud and intimidation of voters were common, and it was no surprise that the governing Mbasana People's Party had a supermajority of 587 out of 723 seats. Smaller parties, aside from the Liberation Front of Mbasana, which was banned from participating in elections, were the Communist Party of Mbasana, the Panther Fist Party and the Khanate Party, which represents the Babkhi minority in the nation.

Although the government ruled the country in an autocratic manner, the lack of infrastructure and geographical obstacles ensured that the majority of the population was largely self-governing. The western jungles are largely governed by local drug-trafficking warlords.


The Glorious People's Army, comprised of approximately 20,000 militiamen and a few hundred regulars, benefiting from its experience in fighting alongside Azad Eura during the Second Euran War had been able to reorganise along semi-professional lines, allowing the government to at long last exert some measure of control beyond the outskirts of Laziville, extending along the dirt-track "trunk-roads" to incorporate the significant townships of Busar and Gabuto. The officer corps of the Glorious People's Army has suffered from endemic rank inflation, seeing regiments commanded by generals, brigades by field marshals, divisions by generalissimos, and the army itself by the Supreme Commander Paul Lamola.

  • Glorious People's Army
    • People's Salvation and Protection Division
      • First Brigade - Mbasana Frontier Police
        • First Regiment (Anti-Terrorist Unit), 1,200 fighters
        • Fifth Regiment (Emergency Response Unit), 1,426 fighters
        • Sixth Regiment (Police Support Unit), 1,623 fighters
        • Tenth Regiment (Popular Mobilisation Forces), 1,800 fighters
      • Third Brigade - Busar Sector Defence Force
        • Fourth Regiment, 1,477 fighters
        • Eighth Regiment, 1,091 fighters
        • Ninth Regiment, 1,445 fighters
        • Fifteenth Regiment, 1,010 fighters
        • Sixth Regiment, 1,007 fighters
    • Lord's Heavenly Power and Divine Justice Division
      • Second Brigade - Gabuto Sector Defence Force
        • Second Regiment, 1,017 fighters
        • Third Regiment, 1,348 fighters
        • Eleventh Regiment, 1040 fighters
        • Fourteenth Regiment, 1,174 fighters
      • Fourth Brigade - Republican Guard
        • Seventh Regiment (Armoured Component), 122 improvised armoured vehicles, 1,350 personnel
        • Thirteenth Regiment (Naval Component), 10 gunboats, 500 personnel
        • Sixteenth Regiment (Air Component) 9 TP-31 Bumblebee, 871 personnel
        • Seventeenth Regiment (Ceremonial Duties), 1 80mm field gun, 1,200 uniformed infantry


The economical situation of Mbasana is dire, with almost half of the population being unemployed and living in slums. Largest employer in the country is the Glorious People's Army, the militia alligned with the MPP. Although Mbasana ranks among the poorest countries on Micras, it is home to large natural resources such as gold, diamonds and oil. However, due to habitual corruption and bad deals with foreign companies, the people of Mbasana do not profit from this. Aside from natural resouces, the country is one of the largest exporters of beer, most commonly Twogo Beer, internet scamming and prostitution. This fact led economic minister Obaj Buro to describe Mbasana's economy as "vibrant, innovative and lassaiz-faire, the dream of every entrepreneur."

Foreign relations

Since independence the country has experienced frequent raids by slave traders operating under the banner of the Raspur Khanate, who are ranging far to the west in search of unguarded communities to plunder.

Mbasana is a founder member of Azad Eura, the anti-colonial resistance movement opposed to foreign economic and military domination of the continent.