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Jangsong

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Flag of Jangsong
Flag
Coat of Arms of Jangsong
Coat of arms
Location of Jangsong
Capital Jangsong
Major cities Jangsong
Demonym -
 - Adjective Haifan, Normarkian
Area 20,016 sqkm
 - Ranked
Population >229,592 (36.96 PSSC)
 - Ranked
Density 11.47
Abbreviation JN
Pictured: A religious wanderer seeks refuge from the bitter cold at a Bassarid temple near the city of Jangsong.

History

Strategically located at the northern mouth of the Strait of Haifa, atop the ruins of the Norse city of Dalen, the city of Jangsong - known as the birthplace of many Keltian heroes and named after the arctic spice known as "the Song" - was first formally settled by the Kingdom of Juclandia in 24.98 PSSC and subsequently abandoned 34.97. Following its abandonment by Juclandian authorities in Era 34 PSSC, Jangsong, a city traditionally sustained by a vibrant fishing industry which prevails across most of the Gulf of Jangsong, as well as by extensive trade with the nomadic camel herders from the Manduay region of the northern Strait, was overrun by the followers of the infamous pirate Captain Ismael Hatch. Under the command of these piratical militias, Jangsong played a central role in the War of Lost Brothers as as an essential ally and eventual constituent member of the political and economic union between Passio-Corum and the Maritime Markets of the Strait of Haifa, which following the war would come to be known as the Bassarids.

Geography

Climate and Topography

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Demographics

Region Statistics

Year Population Growth (Growth %) Food Imports (/Person) Fuel Imports (/Person) Other Imports (/Person) Production Modifier (%) Immigration Modifier (%)
39.60 PSSC 335,418 17,423 (5.19%) 318,000 (.94) 1,623,750 (4.84) 154,613 (.46) - .16
39.40 PSSC 317,995 4,100 (1.29%) 296,025 (.93) 1,220,250 (3.83) 157,386 (.49) - .19
39.20 PSSC 313,895 54,521 (17.37%) 312,300 (.99) 1,086,750 (3.46) 170,425 (.54) - .2
39.00 PSSC 259,374 5,371 (2.07%) 331,425 (1.27) 1,221,750 (4.71) 175,990 (.67) Floods (-10%) .15
38.80 PSSC 254,003 7,382 (2.91%) 473,025 (1.86) 1,227,750 (4.83) 253,094 (.99) Floods (-10%) .13
38.60 PSSC 246,621 -1,156 (-.47%) 294,600 (1.19) 1,086,000 (4.4) 160,787 (.65) Piracy (-20%) .16
38.40 PSSC 247,778 -977 (-.39%) 230,850 (.931) 816,750 (3.29) 132,295 (.53) Epidemic (-40%) .21
38.20 PSSC 248,756 -37,013 (-14.88%) 116,100 (.46) 6,750 (.02) 125,906 (.5) Crime (-10%) 1
38.00 PSSC 285,770 568 (.2%) 154,800 (.55) 9,000 (.03) 146,820 (.51) Epidemic (-20%) .92
37.80 PSSC 285,202 TBA (TBA%) 159,300 (.55) 6,750 (.02) 119,152 (.41) Drought (-20%) 1

Transportation

The primary mode of transportation in Jangsong is sail. The city is, with this said, the home of Harpy-Sky Airways, an airway service provider which connects the city to several other major Bassarid cities.

Military Installations

Due to its close proximity to battle lines relating to the simmering Strait of Haifa Campaign, the city of Jangsong is both heavily fortified and defended. Forces which defend Jangsong include the New Zimian War League, the Hatch Ministry, the Jogi Regiment, and several others.

Protected Areas

There are no formally protected areas in the lands claimed by the regional authority of Jangsong.