Ahmadi Caliphate

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Majatra 1440
The Caliphate at its greatest extent
Capital                     various
Languages             Classical Brmek, Classical Majatran, Ancient Augustan, Kalopian, Turjak, others
Demonym                Ahmadi
Government           Caliphate
First                           Bunjamín I (1234-1249)
Last                           Azi Bunjamín (1434-1486)

Currency                 Dinar, dirham

The Ahmadi Caliphate (Classical Brmek: احمدی حلفه كنستت âħmadî ħelafe kenestat, Classical Majatran: الخلافة الأحمدي al-khilāfat al-ahmadi) was the first Ahmadi empire in Terran history. Founded after the death of Prophet Ahmad, the Caliphate quickly conquered most of the continent of Majatra, reaching its apogee at the middle of the 15th century. The Caliphate was never a centralized unitary state, but a collection of loosely-linked quasi-independent feudal states, all owing their allegiance to the Caliph, as the successor and representative of Ahmad.


  • 1186: Uthena becomes Terra's first Ahmadi state, with Ahmad at its head.
  • 1216: Sisula joins the Ahmadi state after a rebellion and subsequent invasion.
  • 1218: Guided by a vision, Ahmad and a large group of followers/army migrate to/invade Sumilkando, Al'Badara.
    • Ahmad leaves his brother in charge of the emerging Barmenian state.
    • Ahmad marries his daughter to a local Sumilkando leader.
  • 1218- 1228: Ahmad converts and/or conquers and unites all of Al'Badara under his rule.
  • 1229: To 'aid' emerging Ahmadi populations in Kafuristan, Ahmad leads a joint Barmenian and Badaran army in conquest.
  • 1233: Ahmad dies in Kafuristan.
  • Dispute over Ahmad's succession and infighting between the Al'Badaran Emirs halt/ possibly reverse gains in Kafuristan.
    • The first split in Ahmadism has it's roots here; Israi tradition holds that the next Caliph should be Ahmad's brother, Bunjamín, whose successors would become the Bunjamín line. Abadism believes it should have been his son-in-law, the Sultans of Sumilkando who would later form the Al-Majali line.
  • 1234: Through taking advantage of the divisions in the warring Emirs of Al'Badara, Bunjamín is able to maintain a position as the most powerful of the post-Ahmad leaders and through this gain recognition as Caliph. The Caliphate is formed and operates with a loose feudal structure.
  • 1234-1440: Period of Ahmadi unity and growth across Majatra. Most of the continent is brought under the rule of the Caliphate, establishing the religion as the dominant faith in Majatra.
  • 1353-1401: Caliphate invades and conquers the remaining territory of the Augustan Empire.
  • 1376-1440: Gradual unification of Al'Badara. The Al-Majali family become Sultans of Al'Badara and by the late 15th century are the most powerful rulers in the Caliphate. This caused tension and further disunity within the Caliphate.
  • 1434: Caliph Azi Bunjamín II, the last Caliph of all Ahmadiyya, comes to power.
  • 1437: Barmenistan invades Ylrith, Cildania, in support of the emerging Ahmadi population and in reaction to Ylrith's support for Arakhim. This unites the rest of Cildania in opposing the invasion. Barmenistan requests Al'Badara aid its invasion, and is refused.
  • 1438: Barmenistan is forced to retreat from Cildania, it's armies and political authority weakened.
  • 1486: Caliph Azi Bunjamín dies and is buried in Kathuristan. The Al-Majali cite old arguments over Ahmad's succession to declare himself Caliph in rival to the Bunjamín Caliph, cementing the Israi and Abadi split. Subsequently the loosely linked Caliphate breaks apart into separate states.

List of CaliphsEdit

Name Portrait Reign Notes
Bunjamín I Hamudsrmko
Bunyamîn Hamudtsamekû
Binyāmīn ibn Ḥammūd‎
Bunjamín I 1234-1249
Mrjkai I Bunjamínsrmko
Mayqai Bunyamîntsamekû
Mayqai ibn Binyāmīn
Mrjkai I 1249-1257
Ilshat I Mrjkaisrmko
Ilşat Mayqaitsamekû
Ilshat ibn Mayqai
Ilshat I 1257-1259
Murad I Mrjkaisrmko
Murad Mayqaitsamekû
Murad ibn Mayqai
Murad I 1259-1271
Jazd I Ilshatrmko
Yazîd Ilşattsamekû
Yazīd ibn Ilshat
Jazd 1 1271-1284
Ilshat II Arunsrmko
Ilşat ʾAruntsamekû
Ilshat ibn Hārūn
Ilshat 2 1284-1292
Nabíl I Ilshatsrmko
Nabîl Ilşattsamekû
Nabīl ibn Ilshat
Nabil 1 1292-1313
Nabíl II Nabílsrmko
Nabîl Nabîltsamekû
Nabīl ibn Nabīl
Nabíl II 1313-1315
Mrjkai II Nabílsrmko
Mayqai Nabîltsamekû
Mayqai ibn Nabīl
Mrjkai II 1315-1318
Nabíl III Mrjkaisrmko
Nabîl Mayqaitsamekû
Nabīl ibn Mayqai
Nabíl III 1318-1332
Azi I Mrjkaisrmko
ʾAzi Mayqaitsamekû
ʾAzi ibn Mayqai
Azi I 1332-1336
Ilshat III Azisrmko
Ilşat ʾAzitsamekû
Ilshat ibn ʾAzi
Ilshat III 1336-1340
Jusuv I Ilshatsrmko
Yusuf Ilşattsamekû
Yūsuf ibn Ilshat
Jusuv I 1340-1364
Jazd II Jusuvsrmko
Yazîd Yusuftsamekû
Yazīd ibn Yūsuf
Jazd II 1364-1378
Imran I Merlkaisrmko
Imran Mayqaitsamekû
ʿImran ibn Mayqai
Imran I 1378-1405
Alí I Imransrmko
Galî Imrantsamekû
ʿAlī‎ ibn ʿImran
Alí I 1405-1411
Ilshat IV Alísrmko
Ilşat Galîtsamekû
Ilshat ibn ʿAlī‎
Ilshat IV 1411-1413
Halíd III Ilshatsrmko
Ħalîd Ilşattsamekû
Khālid ibn Ilshat
Halíd III 1413-1416
Mrjkai IV Mrjkaisrmko
Mayqai Mayqaitsamekû
Mayqai ibn Mayqai
Mrjkai IV 1416-1426
Mrjkai V Mrjkaisrmko
Mayqai Mayqaitsamekû
Mayqai ibn Mayqai
Mrjkai V 1426-1434
Azi II Mrjkaisrmko
ʾAzi Mayqaitsamekû
ʾAzi ibn Mayqai
Azi II 1434-1486
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