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Dependency of Tanah-Baru

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Dependency of Tanah-Baru

Hed Danu Amáienéi hed Livói (The Dead Renew the Living)
Flag of Tanah-Baru
Coat of Arms of the Dependency of Tanah-Baru
Coat of arms
Location of Tanah-Baru
Capital Sóekänogru
Major cities Sóekänogru, Julíußträt, Port Ataturk, Fort Carol
Demonym Petrosian
 - Adjective Petrosian
Area 1,196,352 km²
 - Ranked
Population 1,630,188 (39.80 PSSC)
 - Ranked
Density 1.36/km²
Abbreviation TB

History

The Dependency of Tanah-Baru extends across Southern Keltia, providing land routes that the Sea of Storms, the Captive Sea, and Lake Cherusken.

Originally established in 23.98 PSSC, the region of Tanah-Baru was once the proud home of the capital of the Federal Republic of Los Bay Petros, one of a handful of nations which came to dominate Southern Keltia during that region's golden age, which spanned from roughly 22.95 until 27.38. Following the collapse of Los Bay Petros, the swamp-covered region of Tanah-Baru gave rise to a number of communities of the descendants of Petrosian and Interlandian pirates and fisherman who over time have came to accept and embrace the influence of the Keltian Drilling and Exploration Agency, which extracted and exported natural gas from the region, and of other companies such as the Cherusken Fishing Company, which operates in the far north. Conflict between the company and the region's inhabitants was nevertheless not uncommon. In the the coastal, rural regions of southern Tanah-Baru, Pallisican settlements were occasionally raided by warriors from the indigenous Caria Tribe, whose members were infamous for subsisting on a diet which consisted mostly of the rotten meat of the corpses of recently dead humans and animals which littered the wetlands. As Pallisican, and subsequently Bassarid influence expanded, the region's borders extended first to the shores of Lake Cherusken, eastwards and south along the coastlines formerly claimed by the south Keltian nation of Interland, and finally westwards into the South Cherusken Highlands, where resistance fighters waged a prolonged conflict against peacekeepers representing the New Zimian War League, which sought to protect merchant caravans and settlers seeking to establish new lives in the mountainous region. In the mid-40's PSSC the Dependency's borders were expanded for the last time, to include the ancient Pallisican settlement of Fort Carol, a city established by the government of the Republic of Passas in 19.09 PSSC. With the annexation of Fort Carol, the Dependency reached its maximum extent, providing overland trade routes between the Sea of Storms, the Captive Sea, and Lake Cherusken. These trade routes would prove vital in ensuring the long-term success and viability of Bassarid interests in south Keltia, and indeed the region encompassing the northern Sea of Storms.

The Dependency of Tanah-Baru can be subdivided into four distinct geographic regions: the Southern Dependency, which lies to the south of the Southern Cherusken Highlands, along the northern coast of the Sea of Storms, the Highland Dependency, the vast mountainous region which extends across the region's non-coastal areas, the Western Dependency, the coastal plain region which was annexed in the 40.60's PSSC, and the Northern Dependency, which extends from the foothills of the South Cherusken Highlands to the southern shores of Lake Cherusken. Major cities in the Southern Cherusken Highlands include the capital of the Dependency, Sóekänogru, and Port Ataturk. For its part, the city of Sóekänogru is regarded as the geographic center of the Haifo-Pallisican Imperial Trade Union. This is based upon the fact that the city lies very near to the intersection of the direct paths connecting Bratahaßanía to Arcadia, and Corasunt to Rouge. In the Highland Dependency one finds the highly contested city of Kota Baru, where conflict has raged since the annexation of the region by the Haifo-Pallisican Imperial Trade Union. The Western Dependency is dominated by the ancient Passasian settlement of Fort Carol, which today is the largest trading hub in the eastern Captive Sea region. The Northern Dependency is home to several major cities, most notable among them being Julíußträt, the largest city found on the shores of Lake Cherusken. These four cities combine to form the most significant and wealthiest trade route in southern Keltia.

Geography

Climate and Topography

Climate V|Topography >
Sea Level Coastal Plains High Plains Highlands Mountains
Af X X X
Am X X X
BWh X X X X
BSh X X X X
BSk X X X X

Demographics

Region Statistics

Year Population Growth (Growth %) Food Imports (/Person) Fuel Imports (/Person) Other Imports (/Person) Immigration Modifier (%) Seats in Regional Government Seats in Houses of Corum


39.80 PSSC 1,630,188 -1,686 (-.1%) 1,318,372 (.8) 2,723,571 (1.67) 2,750,506 (1.68) .24 16 65
39.60 PSSC 1,631,875 -23,199 (-1.42%) 1,168,238 (.71) 2,871,184 (1.75) 2,488,077 (1.52) .25 16 65
39.40 PSSC 1,655,075 27,579 (1.67%) 1,286,592 (.77) 2,671,447 (1.61) 2,938,107 (1.77) .24 17 66
39.20 PSSC 1,627,496 450,028 (27.65%) 1,601,661 (.98) 3,546,666 (2.17) 2,989,155 (1.83) .2 16 65
39.00 PSSC 1,177,468 32,185 (2.73%) 1,085,670 (.92) 4,289,263 (3.64) 2,474,853 (2.1) .15 12 47
38.80 PSSC 1,145,283 8,603 (.75%) 1,024,494 (.89) 4,052,731 (3.53) 1,659,736 (1.44) .17 11 46
38.60 PSSC 1,136,680 15,558 (1.37%) 1,011,308 (.88) 4,178,947 (3.67) 1,913,996 (1.68) .16 11 45
38.40 PSSC 1,121,122 -12,479 (-1.11%) 956,555 (.853) 3,850,505 (3.434) 1,787,776 (1.594) .17 11 45
38.20 PSSC 1,133,602 93,203 (8.22%) 1,075,477 (.94) 4,482,498 (3.95) 1,999,371 (1.76) .15 11 45
38.00 PSSC 1,040,399 -6,496 (-.62%) 979,209 (.94) 3,735,448 (3.59) 1,787,840 (1.71) .16 10 42
37.80 PSSC 1,046,896 6,094 (.58%) 538,761 (.514) 2,871,151 (2.74) 1,575,306 (1.5) .21 10 42
37.60 PSSC 1,040,802 -14,356 (-1.38%) 513,736 (.493) 2,738,709 (2.63) 1,703,757 (1.63) .21 10 42
37.40 PSSC 1,055,159 ,7,423 (-.7%) 480,121 (.45) 1,248,317 (2.53) 1,248,317 (1.17) .24 11 43
37.20 PSSC 1,073,485 17,133 (1.6%) 427,943 (.407) 2,455,439 (2.287) 1,390,975 (1.29) .29 11 43
37.00 PSSC 1,056,352 -2,965 (.28%) 421,585 (.399) 2,606,464 (2.46) 874,621 (-) .27 11 42
36.80 PSSC 1,059,318 6,042 (.57%) 409,977 (.387) 2,073,343 (1.957) 1,159,648 (1.09) .29 11 42
36.60 PSSC 1,053,276 -1,891 (-.18%) 404,488 (.384) 2,373,116 (2.253) 247,251 (.234) .29 11 42
36.40 PSSC 1,055,168 -12,460 (-1.18%) 294,379 (.278) 415,445 (.393) 165,586 (.156) .38 11 42
36.20 PSSC 1,067,629 -1,362 (-.13%) 398,553 (.37) 427,588 (.4) 194,423 (.18) .27 11 43
36.00 PSSC 1,068,992 -8,464 (-.79%) 390,019 (.36) 424,652 (.39) 236,651 (.22) .36 11 43
35.80 PSSC 1,077,457 -7,987 (-.74%) 411,711 (.38) 429,857 (.39) 195,266 (.18) .53 11 43
35.60 PSSC 1,085,436 13,320 (1.23%) 352,856 (.32) 504,965 (.46) 187,223 (.17) .54 11 43
35.42 PSSC 1,072,116 -10,142 (-.95%) 407,790 (.38) 341,667 (.31) 244,099 (.22) .65 11 43

Transportation

Due to the region's mountainous terrain and harsh tropical climate, transportation in the Dependency of Tanah-Baru is limited. With this said, the most common mode of transportation in the region is rail. Railways in the region are maintained by the West-Trinity Railway Corporation.

Military Installations

The Dependency of Tanah-Baru is home to two military bases. The first of these is Fort Pongo, located in the region's central highlands. The second is Fort Belcourt, located in the tropical southeastern reaches of the region.

Protected Areas

While there are no formal protected areas in the Dependency of Tanah-Baru, the government maintains strict restrictions against settling in the coastal region of southern Graniczna.