History of Vlasynia

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Despotic Decree 2012012, enacted on 21 January 2021, officially split the entire Vlasynian history into Eras, which are further divided into Periods. Each Era and Period is separated by a significant political change.

Era Official Name Length of Era Notes Leaders
Old Imperial 24 October 2016 - 21 June 2017 Empire of Vlasland / Ruban / Kamaran / Kamar / Enok 240 days Ned Vodă, first known as "Mick Vlaas", then as "Mick Enok"
Old Despotate 21 December 2017 - 21 June 2018 Despotate of Vlasynia 182 days Ned Vodă, first known as "Mihai Vlăsiu", then as "Ested Vlăsceanu"
Early Middle Despotate / Vlasyno-Dartirian 21 June 2018 - 23 August 2018 State Union (Empie) of Vlasynia-Dartiria 63 days Ested Vlăsceanu, Sweyn Hardeknud, Andrei Rusu
Late Middle Despotate / Protectorate 23 August 2018 - 09 September 2019 Despotate of Vlasynia 1 year, 17 days Ned Vodă
New Despotate 09 September 2019 - Present Despotate of Vlasynia / Namadovian Despotate / Vlasynian Despotate 1 year, 238 days Ned Vodă
Period Era Official Name Length of Period Notes Leaders
Bedroom 24 October 2016 - 21 March 2017 Old Imperial Empire of Vlasland / Ruban 148 days Ned Vodă, first known as "Mick Vlaas", then as "Mick Enok"
Awakening 21 March 2017 - 21 June 2017 Old Imperial Empire of Kamaran / Kamar / Enok 92 days On 21 June 2017, the Empire of Enok was disestablished, only to be succeeded by Vlasynia exactly six months later Ned Vodă, first known as "Mick Vlaas", then as "Mick Enok"
Cuza 21 December 2017 - 01 June 2018 Old Despotate Despotate of Vlasynia 162 days On 21 December 2017, the Vlasynian Despotate was established, having succeeded the Empire of Enok which had been dissolved exactly six months prior Ned Vodă, first known as "Mihai Vlăsiu", then as "Ested Vlăsceanu"
State Without a Territory 1 01 June 2018 - 21 June 2018 Old Despotate Despotate of Vlasynia 20 days On 01 June 2018, Vlasynia relinquished all of its territorial claims; As such, for the next month, it continued to exist as a legal entity without territory Ested Vlăsceanu
State Without a Territory 2 21 June 2018 - 02 July 2018 Vlasyno-Dartirian State Union (Empie) of Vlasynia-Dartiria 11 days On 21 June 2018. the Despotate, alongside the Dartirian Empire, a fellow Romanian micronation, became constituent countries within the State Union (Empire) of Vlasynia-Dartiria, a federated dual-state diarchy; During this period, Vlasynia still didn't have any territory Ested Vlăsceanu, Sweyn Hardeknud, Andrei Rusu
Empire 02 July 2018 - 21 July 2018 Vlasyno-Dartirian State Union (Empie) of Vlasynia-Dartiria 19 days On 02 July 2018, the Despotate annexed a piece of land in modern day Fort Canis and District of Angelos, Moravia Province, Ested Vlăsceanu, Sweyn Hardeknud, Andrei Rusu
Republic 21 July 2018 - 23 August 2018 Vlasyno-Dartirian United Republic of Vlasynia-Dartiria 33 days On 23 August 2018, the Vlasyno-Dartirian Crisis lead to the end of Vlasynia-Dartiria and the reestablishment of Vlasynia and Dartiria's independence; While the former restored its monarchy, the latter became a revolutionary republic Ested Vlăsceanu, Sweyn Hardeknud, Andrei Rusu
Septembrist 23 August 2018 - 21 January 2019 Protectorate Despotate of Vlasynia 151 days Ned Vodă
Divellian 21 January 2019 - 09 September 2019 Protectorate Despotate of Vlasynia 231 days Ned Vodă
Post-Reforms 09 September 2019 - 07 January 2021 New Despotate Despotate of Vlasynia 1 year, 121 days Ned Vodă
Namadovian 07 January 2021 - 07 February 2021 New Despotate Namadovian Despotate 31 days Vlasynia changed its name to "Namadovia" Ned Vodă
Februarist 07 February 2021 - 21 February 2021 New Despotate Vlasynian Despotate 14 days Namadovia changed its name back to "Vlasynia" Ned Vodă
Constitutional 21 February 2021 - Present New Despotate Vlasynian Despotate 100 days On 21 February 2021, the Charter of the Vlasynian State, known simply as the State Charter, was adopted as Vlasynia's first official constitutional document;

On 24 April 2021, the First Amendment to the State Charter was implemented

Ned Vodă