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Protectorate of the Wallis Islands

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Protectorate of the Wallis Islands

Geämä del hed Azdigáit (Gem of the Strait)
Flag of the Wallis Islands
Coat of Arms of the Wallis Islands
Coat of arms
Location of Adarma
Capital Wallis Island
Major cities Wallis Island
Demonym Waliisian
 - Adjective Wallisian
Area 12,816 km²
 - Ranked
Population 6,461,932 (909 WG)
 - Ranked
Density 504/km²
Abbreviation WI

History

A view of the Wallis Islands, at a time before the region's heavy settlement.

Originally established as a member-state of the Free State of Haifa, the Protectorate of the Wallis Islands was formally annexed by Passio-Corum after the islands declared independence from Haifa in 29.37 PSSC. The Protectorate, to this end, represents the oldest modern settlement anywhere in Corum. Today, the Protectorate - with a population of more than 5.6 million people - is the most densely populated metropolitan area in the Haifo-Pallisican Imperial Trade Union.

Geography

Climate and Topography

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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 6,512,397 -258,188 (-3.96%) 10,657,369 (1.63) 43,156,753 (6.62) 18,545,853 (2.84) .09 65 260
39.60 PSSC 6,770,586 -51,731 (-.76%) 11,374,227 (1.67) 44,639,377 (6.59) 19,215,131 (2.83) .09 68 271
39.40 PSSC 6,822,318 192,271 (2.82%) 10,538,699 (1.54) 38,920,518 (5.7) 18,763,964 (2.75) .1 68 273
39.20 PSSC 6,630,047 -168,775 (-2.55%) 12,226,222 (1.84) 39,822,022 (6.00) 21,618,965 (3.2) .1 68 265
39.00 PSSC 6,798,823 143,259 (2.11%) 9,573,305 (1.4) 40,431,497 (5.94) 17,983,427 (2.64) .1 68 272
38.80 PSSC 6,655,564 415,623 (6.24%) 9,227,365 (1.38) 42,369,298 (6.36) 14,958,978 (2.24) .1 67 266
38.60 PSSC 6,239,941 260,185 (4.17%) 7,012,784 (1.12) 34,951,669 (5.6) 10,035,056 (1.6) .12 62 250
38.40 PSSC 5,979,756 235,701 (3.94%) 6,383,437 (1.067) 33,149,584 (5.543) 10,298,279 (1.722) .12 60 239
38.20 PSSC 5,744,055 41,471 (.72%) 8,200,631 (1.42) 43,044,407 (7.49) 12,577,804 (2.18) .09 57 230
38.00 PSSC 5,702,584 42,875 (.75%) 6,921,255 (1.21) 34,489,970 (6.04) 10,430,455 (1.82) .11 57 228
37.80 PSSC 5,659,709 470,421 (8.31%) 5,575,214 (.985) 33,766,364 (5.5966) 7,822,670 (1.382) .12 57 226
37.60 PSSC 5,189,288 1,437,982 (27.71%) 5,168,861 (.996) 28,765,077 (5.543) 7,915,159 (1.525) .13 52 208
37.40 PSSC 3,751,306 133,283 (3.55%) 4,720,347 (1.25) 19,945,802 (5.31) 5,697,366 (1.518) .13 38 150
37.20 PSSC 3,618,023 104,829 (2.9%) 4,370,263 (1.2) 18,864,318 (5.21) 6,082,011 (1.681) .14 36 145
37.00 PSSC 3,513,194 -70,850 (-2.02%) 4,404,132 (1.25) 18,375,248 (5.23) 4,015,199 (1.14) .13 35 141
36.80 PSSC 3,584,045 -105,835 (-2.95%) 3,141,331 (.87) 7,907,875 (2.206) 18,801,831 (5.24) .12 36 143
36.60 PSSC 3,689,881 39,690 (1.08%) 3,339,858 (.91) 13,226,630 (3.584) 2,097,870 (.568) .12 37 148
36.40 PSSC 3,650,191 82,988 (2.27%) 2,598,670 (.711) 9,9667,266 (2.73) 1,932,598 (.529) .14 37 146
36.20 PSSC 3,567,203 -18,634 (-.52%) 3,000,219 (.84) 9,992,256 (2.8) 2,025,579 (.56) .11 36 143
36.00 PSSC 3,585,838 22,456 (.63%) 3,095,173 (.86) 10,012,405 (2.79) 2,202,952 (.61) .12 36 143
35.80 PSSC 3,563,382 22,559 (.63%) 3,031,844 (.85) 9,999,758 (2.86) 2,036,231 (.57) .12 36 143
35.60 PSSC 3,540,823 6,983 (.2%) 3,384,567 (.95) 12,177,382 (3.43) 2,205,494 (.62) .1 35 142
35.42 PSSC 3,533,840 75,512 (2.14%) 2,645,238 (.74) 7,807,758 (2.2) 2,334,444 (.66) .15 35 141

Transportation

The primary mode of transportation in the Protectorate of the Wallis Islands is sail. Most permanent residents of the Wallis Islands own at least one personal sailing craft, which they use to navigate around the Wallis Archipelago at ease. Those who do not own such a craft are able to rent one from any number of private lenders, or to travel around the islands via ferry. The region's wealthiest permanent residents are known to travel around the region by helicopter.

Military Installations

There is no permanent military installation in the Wallis Islands, though the waters surrounding the archipelago are heavily patrolled by local law enforcement, and by forces representing the New Zimian War League.

Protected Areas

The only officially recognized protected area in the Wallis Islands is Erlo Sinders Regional Forest. Although the forest is geographically separate from the Wallis Archipelago, it nevertheless is maintained by the government of the Wallis Islands. In addition to the remarkable biodiversity which it houses, Erlo Sinders Regional Forest is also the home of Duchess Esper, who moved to the region following her abdication from the position of Crown of Passio-Corum.

Culture

Cultures of the Wallis Islands.
  Sindersiac Culture
Sindersiac Culture

Sindersiac Culture is the primary culture found in the highly urbanized, cosmopolitan Wallis Islands Archipelago, in northeastern Corum. This culture, which first developed among the Haifan settlers who settled the region under the leadership of Erlo Sinders, is the oldest Haifo-Pallisican - or Bassarid - culture in Corum. Today the culture is known for its strict emphasis on material gain, the pursuit of prosperity, and in the opinion of many outsiders, a level of decadence and spiritual depravity. Members of the culture reject this view regarding their decadence, and instead view themselves as representing the very pinnacle of society.