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Total population
About 55 million
Regions with significant populations
Greater Tukarese Flag.png Tukarali
Third aldegar flag.png Aldegar
FlagofKalistan.png Kalistan
41 million
10 million
4 million
Panmuan, Lao-Tze, Shi-Tze, Tze-Tze
Gao-Showan Religions, Luthoranism, Yazdism
Related ethnic groups
Gao-Showa, Tukarese, Indralans, Kunihito, Đinh

The Mu-Tze are a Jelbo-Tukaric group of peoples who live in the mountainous areas of Tukarali, Kalistan, and Aldegar. The Mu-Tze are actually formed of two closely related tribes, the Mu and Tze. The people most closely related to the Mu-Tze, from a linguistic and genetic point of view, is the Tukarese people. Due to long influence by the Gao-Showa people since antiquity, the Mu-Tze are counted as part of the Gao-Showa metaethnicity, in spite of their linguistic differences.


Throughout most of their history, the Mu-Tze have lived in pastoral nomadic tribes in the mountains. In 218, the Mu-Tze tribes were unified by a strong khan named Bat-Erdene, who then proceeded to conquer most of the continent of Seleya. The Mu-Tze Khanate lasted until 719, leaving a significant influence on most Seleyan nations.

The advent of modernization in Tukarali during the Malagar era has done much to urbanize and westernize the Mu-Tze, although many of them retain their traditions and pastoral lifestyle. Also, in spite of the efforts of several Tukarese governments to eliminate pre-modern identities, by, among others, banning clan names and the introduction of Western-style family names, imposing mandatory education and military service, and creating a literary version for the Panmuan languages, many Mu-Tze still identify with their tribes and clans. A consequence of this has been the fact that the politics of modern Tukarali has been dominated by Tukarese and by Hulstrian Gao-Showan immigrants, but the younger generations have begun to take more interest in national political life.

In Aldegar the Mu-Tze occupied an important role in the central government. The last Aldegarian dynasty before the First Republic, the Shahnazid Dynasty, was founded by Shahnaz Mirza Abbas, a Yazdean general of modest Mu-Tze origins. Currently, the Mu-Tze form around 10% of the population of Aldegar, and are frequently involved in politics.


The Mu-Tze speak several closely related Jelbo-Tukaric languages called the Panmuanic languages, which include standard Panmuan (Panmuol Khele), the literary dialect of the Mu-Tze. Similarly to several other Gao-Showan languages, Panmuan has a pitch accent. Typically for its language group, Panmuan has developed vowel harmony and a complex syllabic structure that allows clusters of up to three consonants. It is a typical agglutinative language that relies on suffix chains in the verbal and nominal domains. While there is a basic word order, subject–object–predicate, ordering among noun phrases is relatively free, unlike the case with the other Jelbo-Tukaric languages, so grammatical roles are indicated by a system of about eight grammatical cases. There are five voices. Verbs are marked for voice, aspect, tense, and epistemic modality/evidentiality. In sentence linking, a special role is played by converbs.


Traditionally the Mu-Tze have practiced various tribal shamanic religions. During the Middle Ages they entered in contact with the Gao-Showan Religions, and they subsequently integrated elements of their old religious traditions into the new systems of belief. Later the Mu-Tze were exposed to Hosianism, especially since the modern era, and around 10% of the Mu-Tze are now Luthoran. The Mu-Tze in Aldegar largely adhere to Yazdism.

Gao.gif Gao-Showans
Peoples Central: KunihitoSekowansKyo | Northern: UtariWelang | Southern: IndralansĐinhPhra | Western: TukareseMu-TzeBianjie
Languages Gao-Indralan: KunikataSekowanKyoIndralanĐinhPhraUtari | Jelbo-Tukaric: PanmuanBianjie
Regions DovaniSeleyaGao-SotoSekowoDankukIndralaTukaraliJinlianDaliborGreat North Dovani PlainKalistanBianjie
History Empire of Gao-SotoKingdom of SekowoHistory of SekowoHistory of IndralaHistory of DranlandHistory of TukaraliGreat Sekowian WarSouthern Hemisphere War
Religion Gao-Showan ReligionsDaenismMazdâyanâZenshōKamismGuidaoJienismKanzo
Republic of Tukarali
History Kemokian EmpirePhraatid DynastyMu-Tze KhanateRyan MalagarTukarali EmirateInsurectionnal Disorder of TukaraliDemocratic Kingdom of TukaraliFascist State of TukaraliDemocratic Republic of TukaraliTukarali StateGlorious Republic of Greater TukaraliKingdom of TukaraliRepublic of Tukarali
Estados Flag of Boruska.gif BoruscaFlag of Dhataan.png DatãFlag of Lago Kwantu.gif Lago CuantuFlag of Morata Valley.png Vale do MorataFlag of Shrin Kali.png São Miguel
Notable Political Parties PD
Demographics Religion: Hosianism, Aurorianism, Kanzo, Ahmadism, EsintsunduEthnicity: Tukarese, Indígenas
Notable People & Families João Pedro ColiAlexandro ZapataAndreas MagbantayGeoffrey ThornalleyMiguel PetroniGetulio ArayaK. Huy LuongKyuma NaruhitoMarisol ParesiNasri FamilyRoi TiangcoRoland LafargeRui MalagarRyan MalagarShinji KuninobuShuya NakagawaTakahiro TranCristiana Ferreira das Neves
Aldegar articles
History Kemokian EmpireVarigosian KingdomPhraatid DynastyMu-Tze KhanateRostamid DynastyShahnazid DynastyWar of Luthori Succession
Geography Aldegar CanalSeleya
Satrapies SomasiHikirenaAmuroKemokuPolran
Demographics Ethnicities: AldegariansMu-TzeBihezisKharajisDudmanisMajatransCanrillaise
Religions: YazdismHosianismAldegarian Apostolic ChurchDaenismRowshanismHamekhodaism
Government & Politics Monarch of Aldegar
Notable People & Families ShapurKurosh ShahShahriarBahram BidarSt. AladdinHouse of SavārāniArdeshīr SavārāniMihryazdAbu Bakr Omar Ibrahim Morsi
Armed Forces Armed Forces of Aldegar
Kalistan articles
History Jorge I of Ananto | Ananto War | Kalistan/Gaduridos War | Crisis of 2342 | Reynoldia Crisis
Geography Ananto | Neveras | Suldanor | Odufaray | Vrassa | Maps

Politics Government | National Assembly | Political parties | President | Ethical Socialism | Introduction | Constitutional Court
Demographics Ethnic Groups: Kalistani | Mu-Tze | Anantonese
Religion: Society of Brethren | Akalism | Bishopal Church
Culture Languages | Reggae | Retro-Futurism | Floob | House Ananto
Economy Big Three | Corporations | Divestment | Ruble | Treacle