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The Pallisican peoples are the descendants of the offspring of the indigenous Kralian people of the modern region of Passas and the settlers from Lovely who arrived in Southwestern Keltia in the 300's WG.
Today, Pallisicans can be found in most parts of Micras' Eastern hemisphere, including regions in Keltia, Corum, Eura, and other places. Pallisican culture is predominate in Southwestern and Eastern Keltia, Northern Corum, and Eastern Eura. Pallisican nations include Passas, and Passio-Corum, though other nations, such as the Maritime Markets of the Strait of Haifa and Hamland are heavily influenced by Pallisican culture. The nations of the USSO are also influenced by Pallisican culture, in particular those nations which participate on the USSO Common Market.
Notable Pallisicans of the modern era include Erlo Sinders, Duke Sinclair, Opyeme Time, King Lucien IV, Queen Evahn I, and Queen Esper I. More recent notable Pallisicans include Opyeme Amor and Kan Zen. Less famous, but still notable Pallisicans include Zibertian Kind and Bijaro the Pallisican, both of whom have long served as ambassadors for the Pallisican nation.
The primary contribution of the Pallisican people to the global community is the essay "A Sustainable Economy". Written by Opyeme Time, this essay provides an overview of what is today the largest and most developed of Micras' various economic systems. The ideas expressed in Time's essay are widely practiced in Passio-Corum, and between the nations which represent the USSO.
Given their Kralian ancestry, the Pallisican people are in some circles, in particular in nations such as Shireroth and even more dramatically Natopia, counted among the various non-human races of the world. In the early 36.70's this idea came to the forefront when Natopian leadership maliciously and hatefully described the Pallisican people as "pug-nosed sub-human animals...a corruption that has infected humanity and which, like diseased flesh from a sickly body, must be excised with the surgeon's scalpel." This idea is apparently re-enforced by the Pallisican proclivity towards cannibalism. With that said, the idea that Pallisicans are not human is also upheld within the teachings of the Pallisican Religion's Humble Paths, which maintain that Pallisicans, whose ancestors include humans from the former Kingdom of Lovely and the indigenous and semi-divine Micrasian inhabitants of southwest Keltia, are in fact super-human, superior in most aspects to the peoples of other nations. In support of this premise, followers of the practitioners of the Humble Paths point to the economic, political, and social influence which the Pallisican nation exerts over most parts of the world.