|About 55 million|
|Regions with significant populations|
| 41 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.
|Peoples||Central: Kunihito • Sekowans • Kyo | Northern: Utari • Welang | Southern: Indralans • Đinh • Phra | Western: Tukarese • Mu-Tze • Bianjie|
|Languages||Gao-Indralan: Kunikata • Sekowan • Kyo • Indralan • Đinh • Phra • Utari | Jelbo-Tukaric: Panmuan • Bianjie|
|Regions||Dovani • Seleya • Gao-Soto • Sekowo • Dankuk • Indrala • Tukarali • Jinlian • Dalibor • Great North Dovani Plain • Kalistan • Bianjie|
|History||Empire of Gao-Soto • Kingdom of Sekowo • History of Sekowo • History of Indrala • History of Dranland • History of Tukarali • Great Sekowian War • Southern Hemisphere War|
|Religion||Gao-Showan Religions • Daenism • Mazdâyanâ • Zenshō • Kamism • Guidao • Jienism • Kanzo|
|History||Kemokian Empire • Varigosian Kingdom • Phraatid Dynasty • Mu-Tze Khanate • Rostamid Dynasty • Shahnazid Dynasty • War of Luthori Succession|
|Geography||Aldegar Canal • Seleya|
|Satrapies||Somasi • Hikirena • Amuro • Kemoku • Polran|
|Demographics|| Ethnicities: Aldegarians • Mu-Tze • Bihezis • Kharajis • Dudmanis • Majatrans • Canrillaise|
Religions: Yazdism • Hosianism • Aldegarian Apostolic Church • Daenism • Rowshanism • Hamekhodaism
|Government & Politics||Monarch of Aldegar|
|Notable People & Families||Shapur • Kurosh Shah • Shahriar • Bahram Bidar • St. Aladdin • House of Savārāni • Ardeshīr Savārāni • Mihryazd• Abu Bakr Omar Ibrahim Morsi|
|Armed Forces||Armed Forces of Aldegar|
|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|
|Nat. Ind.||ODEN | KALNAPECO | KALNAFERCO | KALMILINCO | KALNATEXCO | KALNAMOCO | Republican National Bank|