Kiamziati Kingdom (Kamzia)

קיאַמזיאַטי מלכות

16 Jan 2010 Kamzia with Flag
(left) A map of the Kiamziati Kingdom in relation to continent Trinubes.

(right) The official flag of the Kiamziati Kingdom.


מיר זענען בילט אויף די וואַטערס פון לעבן. (We are built on the waters of life.)

Largest city



Kiamziati dialect of the Común language (official)
Kiamziati script (official written)


absolute monarchy
Piarakee Myó

Civilian population (as of 16/1/10)


Troop count (as of 16/1/10)



Kamzian (noun)
Kiamziati (adjective)

Major cities

New Keia

The Kiamziati Kingdom (pronounced KEE-aym-tsee-ah-tee), known locally and collaquially as Kamzia (pronounced KEE-yam-tsee-ah), is a trade-centered kingdom based on the Kamian River on the western seaboard of continent Trinubes. Originally based in the Kamza Valley, a region similar in composition to California's Central Valley, Kamzians aggregated in the capital city of Kamza as an alliance of tribes that had alienated themselves from a larger group; in a last stand, the Siege of Kamza was ultimately overturned when the Kiamziati people discovered crude oil at the base of the valley. Quick to notice its flammable properties, the Kamzians sent spies into the enemy camps during a diplomatic turn of events and set fire to the enemy's food supplies, wooden siege weaponry, and troop camps. The thousands that died forced the Kamzians' enemies to favor the Kamzians, who elected Piarakee Shó as chief ruler. Piarakee forged trade alliances with the subdued tribes surrounding the city of Kamza and set out in search of more oil, which had become a commodity with merchants in the recently modernized Federation of Tugal and among the Vitalla in and Republic of Goba at south.

Kiamziati scouts discovered additional sources of oil at the bases of Mount Zabayba, the sources of the Kamian River, and the northern Kamian Valley; in an attempt to secure these valuable hotspots, Piarakee dispatched thousands of troops to subdue native tribes in the north. The costly Zabaybyi Reclamation caused thousands of deaths, and outlasted Piarakee; his son, Piarakee Tzó took power at age sixteen, but did not last long. His father neglected to care for the city and people of Kamza and the surrounding communities, having focused instead on exploiting the environment to as significant a level as possible. This caused widespread famine in the Kamza Valley, and a revolt saw the overthrow and execution of Tzó, who was replaced by his cousin Piarakee Zycryamié. Zycryamié adapted a more environmentally friendly means of oil refining and collection through the efforts of his son, Piarakee Myó, who attended the university in Nova Riviera in Tugal, and became the second educated ruler in the First Region of Antioch to take power five years later at his father's death. In conjunction with a force from the State of Tabatín, the pirate stronghold of Keia was captured and converted it into a working city and a means to defend Kamian River trade from pirates. This brought a new prosperity and a boom in the oil trade that drew enough people into the nation that Keia surpassed Kamza as the largest city in the nation.

As the nation grew in prosperity, Kamzia spread onto continent Karalla, establishing the Kiamziati Colonial Estate at Karalla to mine local pockets of iron, coal, and other precious metals to fuel continued industrialization. Also tapping into the Boquari Quarter of the Trinubiaen Desert, the city of New Keia drew thousands of landless farmers searching for jobs after being strong-armed and evicted by wealthier neighboring farmers.

Kamzia has accumulated additional oil through decentralized trading (such as bartering), although Tugali economists have noticed the uniquely aggressive greed of Kiamziati merchants as they are unsatisfied although they have much of their most beloved product. This characteristic showed as they entered into battle by attacking Taba in the Turnipion Union in hopes of discovering additional oil in the area. Kiamziati merchants are reputed for their repeated refusals to sell Kiamziati oil outside of Kiamziati borders and are often hated for this reason by Tugali and Altadenican merchants.

Their military agenda is largely unknown, although the training of Kiamziati soldiers has proven very effective. Kiamziati soldiers are fearlessly aggressive (although also very strategy-minded) and remarkably accurate. During the Second Battle of Taba, the Taban garrison was hard-pressed, and in their victory they claimed they "got lucky" and "have no idea why [they] are alive to this day." Anyone investigating their mysterious "new methods" is immediately listed as a criminal sentenced to life in prison.

Kamzia's war against Tabatinia and the Turnipion Union was so disastrous, it ultimately forced Kamzia to surrender Kiamziati Karalla, which it did in the Treaty of Nova Cielos on June 7, 2010.