In 1444 during a uneasy peace in the Hundred Years War England forms and Alliance with the Duchy of Burgundy. King Henry IV and Philip "The Good" of Burgundy heat the war up as the Anglo-Dutch invasion crushes France and Castile's Army outside Paris. The English sweep across France, sacking and raping as they go. In 1448 after the battle of Nantes France's army is annihilated. Charles of France is personally executed by Henry in London as England assumes control over France in a Union. England's prestige skyrockets as Henry proclaims the revival of the Angevin Empire. In 1453 as Constantinople falls the war of the roses breaks out early as the House of York is eager to gain the thrones of both England and France. After the bloody 7-year conflict Lancaster barely wins. He dies in 1457 and Henry Tudor takes the throne. Making England the strongest country on earth. After Charles "the Bold" of Burgundy dies England inherits the throne to Burgundy. Austria, Castile, Aragon, Denmark, Poland-Lithuania, and the papal state go weary.
Government: English Monarchy
A king and queen are the rulers of the empire. There must always be a male king. The King names an heir or Prince. The King is responsible for all major decisions inside the Empire and can put issues through the Parliament. He is the law of the land. The Queen is the cultural leader and Patron Saint of the Empire. She is responsible with keeping the peasants happy and morale up.
There are always ten seats in parliament. There is a vote to get in. The vote has every one person vote for three others besides themselves to get into parliament. Parliament is responsible for passing acts the king puts through. The king can bribe members of parliament. The King can't remove members or plot against parliament and Vice Versa.
After crushing Spain and gaining a large expanse of territory in America England acknowledged the fact that the colonies want more slack. The colonies appoint a governor every two months. The governor essentially runs the colony but must abide by London's rule. The governor can hire advisers and set up councils to discuss issues. The King can throw a governor out of office and the Parliament can't.
The following is a list of provinces that the empire controls. Each one can gain admission into parliament. Each province also has it's own sheriff elected every two weeks.
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Some more advice btw: The low-stakes coin matches are very bad for reaching 1500 coins, you'll need to win 350 5-coin matches in a row to get 1500, but you only need to win 18 80-coin matches etc, to get it. So obviously bet as high as possible on every game so you won't need to win as many games in a row. + don't worry, only noobs play in the high-stake matches so it'll be easy
We're more feudal Japan-themed (think Tokugawa Shogunate) than anything. The Japanese theme isn't really taken seriously beyond just titles and images- I don't think we even play on Japan-inspired maps.
I don't know if our "theme" would be very satisfying to someone who thinks a clan should simulate a hypothetical or actual nation or thinks its a good idea to premise an entire clan off a theme instead of a shared goal or some other uniting factor.
So if you're serious about roleplaying as the Empire of Japan, CORP isn't what you're looking for.
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