Kingdom of Kanjor

Royaume de Kanjor (Canrillaişe)
TricolorKanjor KanjorCoAdark
Flag Coat of Arms
Location of Kanjor Mas
Location of Kanjor

"La Reine, la Loi, la Liberté !" (Canrillaise)
("The Queen, the Law, Liberty!"")

Anthem "Vive la Kanjor"
Capital La Couronne
Largest city Port-Réal
Language Canrillaise
81% Hosian
    •85% Aurorian
    •10% Ameliorate
    •5% Bishopal
15% irreligious
4% Other religion
Ethnic Groups
90% Canrillaişe-Kanjorien
4% Mordusian
3% Duntrekker
3% Other ethnicity
Demonym Kanjorien(ne) (Canrillaişe)
Government Constitutional Monarchy
  Legislature États Généraux du Royaume
Queen Éléonore I
  Royal house Deux-Rivières
Area 1,358,700 km²
Population 99,536,819 (4533) 
IncreaseKRP ₭1,623,851,274,737 (4533)
  per capita IncreaseKRP ₭16,314 (4533)
Established 4526 (current Monarchy)
Currency Kanjori Rupee (KRP - ₭)
Time Zone GMT +6
  summer GMT +7
Drives on the Right
Calling Code +28
Internet TLD .kj
Organizations World Congress

Kanjor, officially known as the Kingdom of Kanjor (Canrillaise: Royaume de Kanjor) is a constitutional monarchy, situated on the southernmost peninsula of the continent of Seleya. It borders Rildanor to the north and Alduria to the west. Throughout history, Kanjor has experienced numerous different and opposing forms of governance.


The nation currently named Kanjor has been known by a number of names, particularly it was called the Empire of Kanjor for an extended period. It was named after the ancient city of Kanjo, which currently serves as the capital of the kingdom under the name of La Couronne.


Main article: History of Kanjor
The history of Kanjor is a long and complicated one. It was not until the modern era have records survived in enough quality and quantity to accurately assess its history. It is because of this that the earlier history of Kanjor is subject to constant re-evaluation.

Kanjorien history is classified into five "eras"; Archaic, Classical, Historical, Monarchical and Modern.

The original inhabitants of modern Kanjor were the Numineux who developed a civilisation of peaceful farmers, fishermen and traders in the Numineux Valley and along the Numineux coast. In 1137 BC, the Numineux civilisation suffered a major setback after being invaded by the rising Bendirian Kingdom from the west. Within several decades, the Numineux Valley had fallen and the Numineux civilisation had almost collapsed. The Numineux fled to the Isle of La Tondelle and were not to return to the mainland in force for another three hundred years.

After the settlement of the Isle, Numineux power grew considerably. By the middle of the 8th century BC, the Numineux, under Count Henri Munodi, returned to the mainland and reconquered much of the Numineux Valley. Count Munodi was killed in a Bendirian ambush during the reconquest and a peace treaty by his successor halted Numineux expansion.

From about the eighth to the first century B.C. a recognizable Kanjor began to develop in the following centuries as the various rulers were more focussed on internal matters. During the First Empire, the Numineux lands changed considerably as the Empire grew and absorbed all of the mainland provinces and the Silliers areas of the Isle of La Tondelle. Large areas of modern day Rildanor and Alduria are also conquered. However, barbarian incursions and economic faltering eventually destroyed the empire.

Once again, the nation fell into disarray, and various governments struggle for power over the following centuries. It was not until 2326 that modern Kanjor, in its current shape, formed.

Several weak governments, both fascist and communist, followed and failed to establish control over most of Kanjor, with demands for autonomy and federalism at an all time high. This chaos ended with the establishment of the current Kingdom of Kanjor in 4526.


Kanjor makes up the southernmost tip of Seleya. Two of its régions, Silliers and La Tondelle, are seperated from the mainland by the Silliers Channel and reside on the large Isle of la Tondelle. The mainland régions are Numineux, Oléri-des-Grâces and Martois.

Government and politicsEdit


Main article: Government of Kanjor

Administrative divisionsEdit

Main article: Parishes of Kanjor

Kanjor is divided into five separate Region (Canrillaise: Région). Although each Region has some level of regional autonomy, the National Assembly reserves the power to legislate in any policy area and may remove the powers devolved to regional governments without their cooperation.

Flag Region Capital Population Area
Yewao-Flag Oléri Lambéry 19,989,235 213,900 km²
Tondola-Flag La Tondelle Belfort 19,961,751 344,700 km²
Zanyal-Flag Numineux Cimoges 20,013,125 228,300 km²
Sovalt-Flag Silliers Loitiers 19,990,815 269,100 km²
Vagderra-Flag Martois Nasbourg 19,944,620 302,700 km²


Main article: Military of Kanjor
The Royal Armed Forces of Kanjor (Canrillaise: Armées Royales de Kanjor) is the military force of the country. It is divided into three primary branches, the

Royal Army (Armée Royal de Terre), the Marine Royal, and the Royal Air Force (Armée Royal de l'Air).

State NavyEdit

Given the Kanjor's geographical location, its reliance on the sea and the Silliers Channel has made the Navy the largest professional branch of the Armed Forces. The Navy has approximately 230,000 active duty personnel with a further 200,000 in the Naval Guard (Canrillaise: Garde Naval) as reservists. It is considered the most well trained and equipped section of the Armed forces and because of this, its personnel consider themselves elite and the fighting spirit (esprit de corps) of the Navy is tremendously high.

There is a special place in the Navy, and the hearts of the people of the Isle of La Tondelle, for the Navy Troops (Troupes de marine). Composing the land arm of the Navy, and having existed for over five hundred years, the soldiers of the Navy Troops are more likely than any other branch to be posted and serve in overseas or foreign locals. Because of their illustrious history and frequent overseas ventures, they consider themselves the elite of the elite ("élite de l'élite") of the entire Armed Forces.

The marines are the only force trained in amphibious assault, conduct large-scale overseas peacekeeping missions and provide security at naval installations. Most importantly, however, they are the sole military protection on the Isle of La Tondelle; marines consider it dishonorable to allow any other military forces, especially the Army, onto the Isle.

Air ForceEdit

The Kanjorien Air Force is the air force of Kanjor. It operates a variety of aircraft in defence and support roles, as well as providing support aircraft to the Army. All of its aircraft are home-built, either of native design, or from modified foreign designs.


The primary ethnicity of Kanjor is Canrillaişe-Kanjorien (Canrillaişe-Kanjorien), which has retained its strong majority position through centuries of turmoil and anti-immigration policies. It shares the Canrillaişe language with the descendants of much of southern Seleya. The Canrillaişe-Kanjorien majority are descended from the migrants of the northwest the who came to modern Kanjor through the Numineux Valley into Kanjorien Numineux.

While many Kanjoriennes are bilingual, Canrillaişe is the primary, and official, language of the nation. A basic ability to speak and understand the language is required in all Régions of Kanjor. In consequence, roughly 98% of the population can speak, read and write in Canrillaişe.


Main article: Culture of Kanjor
While Kanjor is a united nation-state it contains several rich, and diverse cultures. While the population remains almost exclusively Canrillaişe-Kanjorien the different régions of Kanjor developed their own unique cultures based upon the historical isolation of the different geographic locations of the country. These many cultural differences can be categorized into two groups: culture of the Mainland, and culture of the Isle of la Tondelle. Both of these groups contain many smaller and localized cultural traits, but it is possible to summarize each group's characteristics into a single but separate "culture" for both of these main regions.


Kanjor prides itself on a vibrant, progressive, and thriving art scene. Kanjorien architects, musicians, actors, opera dramatists, and artists are known throughout Terra for their abilities, uniqueness and creativity. The arts remain a vital part of Kanjorien society with the government, private patrons, and individual communities investing large sums of money to maintain its prominence and encourage its growth. Kanjor is often referred to as the "Cultural Centre of the Francophone world", and is regularly described as one of the most cultured nations in whole of Terra.

The Kanjorien education system allows secondary education students to emphasize the various arts during their attendance after which they may attend one of the four major public universities dedicated solely to the Arts.


Most Kanjoriens tend to watch a minimal amount of television and therefore the nation's original programming is not as common nor as sophisticated as many foreign programs. Because of this, Kanjor has only 15 major channels which are presented over the air and few places have access to cable programming.


Despite its limited and unsophisticated television programming, the Kanjorien film industry is considered one of the best on the continent of Seleya. With four major studios Kanjor produces over 100 films a year, most of which are major productions with large budgets. Kanjorien films are known for their intellectual and emotional depth, although have sometimes struggled to compete in other markets due to their reputation as 'elitist'.


Main article: Sport in Kanjor


Rugby is the most popular sport in Kanjor but dominates mostly on the Isle of la Tondelle and is considered by many to be the the most culturally significant sport to come out of the nation. Kanjorien supports twenty-two professional teams who play for the highly-covetted Coupe de Kanjor trophy. The governing Fédération Kanjorien de Rugby has over 23 million registered players throughout the nation, from professional leagues to youth leagues.


Football (soccer) is the second most popular sport in Kanjor but came relatively late to the nation; migrating with northern Seleyan sailors in the late 1800s. Kanjorien support twelve professional teams who play for the apply-named Trophée des Champions. The governing Association Kanjorienne de Football boasts more than 15 million players from throughout the nation.


Cycling is a popular third major sport but is most popular on the Mainland, although it is still widely seen on the Isle of la Tondelle as well. Every year there is the Tour de Kanjor which is the biggest and most popular race in nation with an average of over 300 riders.


If cycling is more common on the Mainlaind, than sailing is most common on the Isle. Both inshore and offshore yacht racing is populaor with the biggest competition being the Coupe de la chenal (Channel Race) which spans the entire Silliers Channel every three years.


Main article: Economy of Kanjor
Kanjor is one of the most prosperous nations in Seleya, and as such is highly regarded as one of the continent's leading nations in terms of economic development. All industries in Kanjor are state-owned and operated, and Kanjorien economics has a long history of regulation. While Kanjor's economic growth is slightly less than its neighbour Rildanor (3.8% to Rildanor's 4.9%), Kanjor's booming economy has allowed it to invest heavily in a well-funded welfare state, which accounts for over 40% of jobs in Kanjor.

Unlike Rildanor, which has seen its heavy industry decline in favour of a prominent service sector, Kanjor's primary economic industry comes from its manufacturing and agricultural sectors. Education, healthcare and defence are also one of Kanjor's largest employers. Kanjor is notable by its commitment to full employment, which it has achieved for over half a century.

The prominent "Nasbourg School" of Economics has dominated Kanjorien economic theory for decades, and has gone on to influence other nations' economic policies. It is known for its interventionist approach, which includes a staunch support of nationalisation, belief in restricting the effects of globalisation, and a commitment to immigration controls.


Full article: Security Services of Kanjor

As far as intelligence and secret services are concerned, the Kanjorian Minstry of Defence, who is responsible for the public safety, uses two major intelligence organisations, owned and lead by the government:

  • The Direction de la Sécurité Interne (Directory of Internal Security) deals with matters of internal security. It is in fact prohibited from operating outside of Kanjoran territory.
  • For intelligence and operations on foreign grounds, the Ministry of Defence uses the Direction de la Sécurité Étrangère (Directory of Foreign Security)

For police affairs, which are being handled by the Ministry of the Interior, Kanjor has the Gendarmerie Nationale, the police force. It was formed at the start of 2342 from the five Gendarmerie Provinciales, which had been under the control of local governments, and varied in quality and ability. The Gendarmerie carries duties to maintain public order and investigate crime.

For the smooth flow of information between the security components, the Head of Government of Kanjor appoints the National Security Advisor, who heads the National Security Council..


Foundation for Young Kanjoriens

Flag-United States of Kanjor and La Tondelle United States of Kanjor & La Tondelle
États-Unis de Kanjor et La Tondelle

Atyr (capital)
History History of KanjorMonarchs of KanjorHouse of Audierne
Medieval States of the MainlandMedieval States of the Isle of la TondelleArchbishopric of Kanjo
Holy Wars of KanjorInquisition of Kanjor
Wars of the IsleSiege of AfarBattle of Atyr
War of the Kanjorien SuccessionSecond War of the Kanjorien SuccessionBattle of CryingBattle of the KanjorgneFirst Battle of OixSecond Battle of OixThird Battle of OixBattle of VavalyaSiege of KanjoBattle of the BayBattle of the ChannelBattle of BessonneConfederation of the IsleSoldats de la Croix VraieRepublique Populaire de Silliers-NordLes Travailleurs et les Paysans République Socialiste d'Oléri-des-GrâcesNational Anthems of KanjorFlags of KanjorPeople's CommissionThe Communist MalaiseUnion Canrillaişe
Geography Geography of KanjorNumineux ValleySilliers Channel

Mainland (Parishes):
- Martois: Parishes of Martois
Major Cities (Small Cities): Soulon, Saint-Claire, Nasbourg, Foulouse

- Oléri-des-Grâces: Parishes of Oléri-des-Grâces
Major Cities (Small Cities): Narseille, Calais, La Gochelle, Lambéry

- Numineux: Parishes of Numineux
Major Cities (Small Cities): Kanjo, Pesançon, Cimoges, Voubaix

Isle of la Tondelle (Parishes):
- Silliers: Parishes of Silliers
Major Cities (Small Cities): Atyr, Afar, Bayonville, Loitiers, Risère

- La Tondelle: Parishes of La Tondelle
Major Cities (Small Cities): Deims, Belfort, Famiens, Jaligny-sur-Nesbre, Trest

Demographics Demographics of KanjorCanrillaişe (ethnicity)Theognosian ChurchVille de SaintsPatriarchal Church (Eastern Rite)Theognosian Church of Kanjor
Government Government of Kanjor
Executive of Kanjor (List of Executives of Kanjor, Cabinet History)
Legislature of Kanjor (Parties, Minor Parties, Electoral History of Kanjor)
Monarchs of Kanjor (House of Villiers, House of Orléans-Vasser)
Economy Economy of KanjorNational Chamber of CommerceNational Holding CorporationPesançon Mercantile ExchangeVoubaix Stock ExchangeArsenal Preud'hommeERAK Industrial GroupERAK AutomotiveERAK MachineryERAK TransportationFME EnergyKanjor AeronauticsLeague of Landowners and FarmersRNITInstitut de Willigan de Science économique
People Royals: (King Léopold I, Regent Alexandre, Queen Louise-Elisabeth, King Albert III, Princess Marie Louise-Elisabeth, King Frederick I, King Frederick II, Prince Charles, Queen Sophie I, Princess Rachel, Prince Constantine, Princess Emmanuelle, Princess Judith, Prince Leopold Frederick, Princess Audrey, HRH Queen Louise-Elisabeth II, HRH Queen Louise-Elisabeth III, HRH Queen Noëlle, King Abelard I

Politicians: Franklin Rothschild (LP), Marius Léonide Nove (UHD), Camille Daladier (PRT), François Gualladet (UR), Olivier Besancenot (PPPP), Pierre Etienne (PPPP), Zéphyrine Renard (PPPP, Wesley Freisler (NCP), Gerald Price (NCP), Hans Relander (NCP), Karl Pelmenin (NCP), Peter Mannerheim (NCP), Eglantine Vadnais (PL)

Personalities: (Faruq Depois, Loïc Jauffret

Culture Culture of KanjorEducation in KanjorAcadémie Royale de l'Île de la TondelleSport in KanjorBetrandismNational Cathedral of Kanjor
Military Military of KanjorKanjorien ArmyKanjorien NavyKanjorien Air Force (Defunct)National GendarmerieInternal Security Directory
Project Kanjor Project Kanjor
Nations of Seleya
Sovereign states Aldegar - Alduria - Baltusia - Gaduridos - Indrala - Kalistan - Kanjor - Likatonia - Lodamun - Mordusia - Rildanor - Saridan - Tukarali - Valruzia