Okashima is a semi-democratic monarchy in (-,+). It borders Vinland and Yoahtl, two nations with which Okashima maintains friendly relations. Okashima is not large, but it still constitutes a sizable chunk of the world. These lands often form mesas, savannas, forested hills, mountains, Nether islands, and many small islands. Most of the nation lives in the capital of Okato City, while the remainder occupy scattered settlements in the wooded hinterlands to the south (usually small fishing settlements and military forts).
Banner of Okashima
Map of Okashima
|Capital City||Okato (丘島)|
|Founded||26 January 2018|
|Population||~15 (~3 active)|
Okashima started as Hokkaido on realms, after it shutdown, Hokkaido joined with another nation on realms, Odresh, to create Okashima. They settled along the northern coast of the southern continent, founding the city of Okato.
Upon reaching the land that would soon be Okato, the founding citizens got to work terraforming the beach to create the flat city blocks that exist today. To the northwest, a massive castle was built, acting as both a defensive and symbolic structure. During Fall 2018 and Winter 2018/19, new plots of land were added along the city's seaboard, and more buildings were constructed.
The Ancap War
The war ended with the Ancaps being sentenced to the end, where they founded a transhumanist society.
The March Coup
On March 5th, Two Radical Communists, led by Pzk and JShatney, attempted to overthrow the Okashiman government. beginning with an attack okashima's small vault. Logan was the first to see the attack on the vault, although he was soon pearled after attacking Pzk. However, the Daimyo government remained in power with Military assistance from Falstadt and Vinland the Radicals where quickly pearled and Logan was un-pearled.
Most of Okashima is comprised of rugged forest terrain, with a large river cutting through the hills and forming the majority of their border with Vinland.
Okashima has a predominately Japanese/weebish culture, with a name that translates to 'Hill Island' and a building code requiring all buildings to have an oriental look. Sometimes referred to as 'new/worse Gensokyo', Okashima has created a distinct oriental culture, but beyond the building codes and government positions, such culture is not typically a major part of an Okashiman's life.