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Beiteynu (Yeudish: ביתנו, transl. Beiteinu) is a nation in Majatra that describes itself as the homeland of the Yeudi people. Beiteynu is located in northwest Majatra on the eastern shore of the Verranderlijke Ocean and southern shore of Migrant's Pass, bordering Pontesi (east) and Barmenistan (south).

State of Beiteynu
Beiteynuese Medinat
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms
Location of Beiteynu
Location of Beiteynu

Tov yoter lehoulam (Yeudi)
("Greater good for all")

Capital Yishelem
Largest city Yishelem
Other cities Cities of Beiteynu
Language Yeudi
46.7% Yeudism
17.9% Hosianism
13.4% Ahmadism
22% Other
Ethnic Groups
71.8% Yeudi
  others 2% Beta Yishalem
28.2% Other
Demonym Beiteynuese
Government Government of Beiteynu
Legislature Knesset
Currency BEI
Calling Code +51

The term "Beiteynu" is derived from the Yeudish word "Beiteinu" (Yeudish: ביתנו) meaning "Our Home". The name was chosen as the country was established to be the homeland for the Yeudi people following periods of anti-Yeudism and persecution of the Yeudi people across the world. The first documented use of the country's name, Beiteynu, was in 908 when the unnamed Chief Rabbai of Padrilka proclaimed Ishmael I to be the Sacred Monarch of the Kingdom of Beiteynu.

Majatran settlers first settled in the area now known as Beiteynu around the year 500. Qedarite people started arriving from Cildania after the exodus from Squibble, the first travelers arrived in the year 564. Spurred on by their newly-founded religion of Yeudism they had left in search of the Promised Land and eventually arrived in Beiteynu. The idea of a promised land had come from a revelation that a young boy had in which he claimed Elyon spoke the following words to him: "Go West to the Promised Land of olives and meadows and there you will find the home of the Qedarites". By the year 900 the Qedarites, by that time known as Yeudis or Yeudi people, had secured all of what is now modern-day Beiteynu as well as a large part of northern Barmenia and western Pontesi. In 908 the Chief Rabbi of Padrilka proclaimed Ishmael I to be the Sacred Monarch of the Kingdom of Beiteynu - the first known recording of the country's name. Beiteynu is the only country on Terra with a population consisting of mainly Yeudi people, as well as the safe-haven for and vanguard of all Yeudish people in Terra.

Beiteynu is dominated by a multi-cultural Yeudi population, while regional Majatran minorities reside in Beiteynu, generally the nation is homogeneous in a ethno-religious sense. Since the vast majority of Yeudis come from across the globe, they bring traditions with them from their former countries and the nation has become a melting pot of cultures. Yeudism is the official state religion, however being voluntary, other religions exist. A sizeable portion of Hosian's (roughly 17% of the population) and Ahmadi's (roughly 17% of the population) exist as religious minorities. Culturally the Yeudi faith has significant impact on work, school, holidays and the like. For instance, the official day of rest is Saturday, the day of the Yeudish Sabbath. On Saturday you will find many shops and stores closed. Beiteynu also has regional and foreign influnces such as Pontesi, Luthori and Barmenia. Yeudi's and Majatrans (notably those of Kafuri, Badaran, Solentian descent) have a tense history and many wars of religion have caused tension between the populations.


Source(s): Amoudin by Gem Publishing


Parent: Geography of Beiteynu


Map of Beiteynu from 5287


Parent: Locations of Beiteynu

Beiteynu's geography is broken down into 3 distinct geographical areas: the Desert Bank to the south and southeast, the West Bank and the North Bank. The Desert Bank is separated from the West and North by a mountain line stretching from the eastern coastal area of Barmenistan to the northern coastal area of Pontesi called Karkaari, forming a "croissant" in shape, of sorts.

This morphology is what separates the desert valley in the south and southeast part of Beiteynu and the lush coastal areas on the west and north parts. The West and North Banks are separated by a smaller mountain line stretching from the main body of Karkaari all the way to Himmelshtern in the northwest, called Mt. Bermon.

Coasts and islands[]

Parent: Locations of Beiteynu

Beiteynu's coastal lines are mostly cliffs and rocky beaches, not offering much in sandy resorts, with the exception of the Yavaton Bay - which offers the country's sandiest beaches - westward and southward of Tel Bira, the nation's commercial heart.

The Kimshkitot Islands to the west are mostly used by local fishing companies in the Red Bass Ocean. The island to the north of Himmelshtern is a primary base of operations for the Beiteynuese Naval Command, frequently referred to as the Himmelshtern Beacon of Hope.


Parent: Locations of Beiteynu

Beiteynu boasts small and minimum rivers scattered across mostly its West Bank, with streams originating from the Karkaari and Mt. Bermon mountain lines, feeding the Amikot Valley with fresh water, while the Desert Bank remains mostly drained of its fresh water supplies, thanks to its semi-arid and arid desert composition towards its center. The Desert Bank used to boast a spectacular salt water based lake in the northwest of Haifbourg called the Yam Nitz'hee (Undying Sea), drained of its fresh water reserves from the Karkaari due to the severe human exploitations on the other side of the mountain line. The single body of fresh water notable to mention is the Tiveri Lake of Malfegorten, supplied by the winding streams of the Yarden River.

The west and southwest part of Mt. Bermon all the way to the coast is called the Amikot Valley and the one on the east is the Golav Valley, both housing the majority of Beiteynu's - admittedly limited - agriculture sectors, with the country's many kibbutz installations mostly located on the Desert Bank and on a few cases on the West Bank, on the western slopes of Karkaari close to Barmenistan.


Parent: Cities of Beiteynu

01 Yishelem - Yishelem Hills Governance Jerusalem, Israel
01 Sholemberg North Pontesi Shipping Beirut, Lebanon
02 Himmelshtern - Mt. Bermon, Himmelshtern Beacon of Hope Defence, technology & navy Haifa, Israel
03 Antzarhe West Kimshkitot Islands Tourism & cuisine Jaffa, Israel
04 Tel Bira West Yavaton Bay Finance Tel Aviv, Israel
05 Neya Amurzet West Kimshkitot Islands Tourism Acre, Israel
06 Roytberg West Red Bass Ocean Manufacturing Netanya, Israel
07 Rishon Le Hofesh West Barmenistan Shipping Ashdod, Israel
01 Amshinov North Pontesi Manufacturing & aerospace Nazareth, Israel
02 Likhtike Tsukunft North Golav Valley Agriculture -
03 Ir Melechim West Amikot Valley Agriculture Isfiya, Israel
04 Yakovshtot West Karkaari Manufacturing & heavy industry Afula, Israel
05 Malfegorten West Tiveri Lake, Yarden River Manufacturing & heavy industry Tiberias, Israel
06 Tel Bidzhan West Barmenistan - Be'er Sheva, Israel
07 Arbetheym Desert Barmenistan - Kiryat Gat, Israel
08 Trachimbrod Desert - - Bethlehem, Israel
09 Haifbourg Desert Mt. Mushafakir, Yam Nitz'hee Military Mitzpe Ramon, Israel
10 Nayfeld Desert Barmenistan - Hebron, Palestine
11 Valdheym Desert Pontesi, Barmenistan Intelligence Be'er Ora, Israel


Parent: Culture of Beiteynu

Beiteynu's existence is very much marked by the Yeudi Heritage.

In essence, after Ariel led the Yeudi People to the Holy Land during the Qedarite Migrations, Elior forged the 8 Gems, both anticipating the Yeudi Diaspora that would take place by the 1500s. In 908, Ishmael I was crowned with the Yeudi Crown of 8 Gems as the 1st Yeudi Monarch, founding the 1st Yeudi Homeland and the Sacred Monarchy of Beiteynu during the Ancient Era of Beiteynu; forming the House of Elior in the process that would then hatch the Yeudi Plot to restore the Yeudi Monarchy during the Emergence Era of Beiteynu, thousands of years later.

While its monarchy may be circumstantial, the legacy of the country's "nomadic and sporadic" nature is the prevailing characteristic of a race that's scattered across Terra, protected by a self-proclaimed homeland.

A homeland that respects the Yeudi Way and recognises the Yeudi Game by those who play it.


Yeudi Crown of 8 Gems


Parent: History of Beiteynu

Ancient Era[]

The Ancient Era of Beiteynu (< 2000) begins with the first Yeudi people, who were part of the Qedarite Migrations in Majatra and after the founding of Yeudism in Cildania they migrated to what is now modern Beiteynu, forming tribes under the Qedarite Empire. At some point, one of the Yeudi High Priests brought forth heretical ideas and was exiled, leading to the creation of Hosianism, which the Yeudis never accepted. After the collapse of the empire, the various Yeudi tribes united under a king's banner, establishing a sacred monarchy for a few centuries, which at some point was left with no heirs, breaking down into multiple kingdoms. Anarchy rose up, Yeudis began migrating away and crazy royalty made quite a few mistakes during their rule, worsening the situation. At some point in the 1500s, religious control of the government began to emerge, angering Pontesi, eventually leading to a full-fledged invasion, sacking most of Beiteynu's cities and depleting the Yeudi population.

The end of the period is marked by a massive earthquake which destroyed most of Pontesi's military capability, giving rise to the 2nd Yeudi Homeland.


Ruins in Yishelem

Modern Era[]

The Modern Era of Beiteynu (2000 - 3000) begins with the 2nd Yeudi Homeland taking back control of Beiteynu which ended up collapsing by an occupation of Darnussia, Barmenistan and Pontesi, an intervention instigated by fierce anti-Yeudi persecutions. The situation became economically unbearable for the occupation, which led to the birth of the 3rd Yeudi Homeland, a republic that began with a vibrant political scene, transitioned into powerful cliques and eventually transformed into a dictatorship. After Pontesian influence angered the Yeudi people, the dictatorship slowly dwindled out of existence with 2 subsequent Yeudi Homelands (4th and 5th), of which no historical data are available. At some point, influencers of the Ahmadi Caliphate established a theocracy, used as a pretext by Luthori to invade Beiteynu and establish the Kingdom of Yishelem in the eastern region. Again, at some point the Ahmadi Caliphate was replaced by a republic and both states (republic and kingdom) continued to co-exist within the territory of Beiteynu. A little bit of secularism turned back to a religious nostalgia, which brought forward the 6th - and final - Yeudi Homeland attempt, which sparked a massive war between Beiteynu and Luthori.

The period ends with Beiteynu losing the war and collapsing into an obscure commonwealth with the Luthori Emperor remaining as a symbolic Head of State figure, unclear to the extend of involvement.

Limelight Era[]

The Limelight Era of Beiteynu (3001 - 5000) doesn't offer much, unfortunately, hence the name, at which Luthori involvement probably diminished and Beiteynu started to dwindle towards the end of 5000.

Emergence Era[]

The Emergence Era of Beiteynu (5001 - Today) is marked by the Yeudi Plot.


Source(s): Governance of Beiteynu, Yeudi Monarchy


Source(s): Diplomacy of Beiteynu


Source(s): Intelligence of Beiteynu


Source(s): Military of Beiteynu


Source(s): Economy of Beiteynu, Infrastructure of Beiteynu

Primary Sector[]

Source(s): Primary Sector of Beiteynu

Secondary Sector[]

Source(s): Secondary Sector of Beiteynu

Services Sector[]

Source(s): Tertiary Sector of Beiteynu