Kingdom of William Ranger

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Kingdom of William Ranger
Kerajaan William Ranger

2012 — 2013

Coat of arms

Tanah susu dan madu! (Indonesian)
(Indonesian: Land with milk and honey!)
God Save the King
Location of William Ranger in 2013
Capital city United Mutiara
Official language(s) Indonesian
Official religion(s) Secular
Short name William Ranger
Demonym William Rangerian
Government Absolute monarchy
- King William
Established 30 March 2012
Disestablished 2 April 2013
Currency Rupeeyah (proposed)
Time zone (UTC +7)
National sport Association football

William Ranger, officially the Kingdom of William Ranger (Indonesian: Kerajaan William Ranger), was a micronation in Indonesia from 30 March 2012 to 2 April 2013. It is considered as the de jure continuation of the Federal Republic of Santos. William Ranger is an absolute monarchy with slight republican influence. United Mutiara is the capital city and seat of government of William Ranger. The territory of William Ranger consists of three landlocked area located in Java Island and two fictional territories.

In early 2013, the government of William Ranger began to be inactive and finally a few months later, King William announced the dissolution of William Ranger. The micronation was reformed as New Santos, then again became the Republic of St. John.


William Ranger was originally a micronation named Santos. Santos was founded in June 2011 by William Timothy. Several months later, Santos was embargoed by Los Bay Petros and Indokistan. This resulted in the Santos government being inactive.

On 30 March 2012, William Timothy, the former President of Santos announced that Santos was officially replaced by a kingdom named William Ranger. William also declared himself the King of the new kingdom. The kingdom chose a city in the former part of the 5A called M1 (which later became United Mutiara) as the capital of William Ranger. The kingdom also claims two fictitious regions named Aurelia and Armilandia (formerly named Williamland).

In early 2013, the government of William Ranger started to become inactive. King William, who lost interest to reign as a King declared disestablishment of the Kingdom on 2 April 2013, three days after the first anniversary of William Ranger establishment. After a period of interregnum, William Ranger replaced by a micronation named New Santos.

Government and politics

United Mutiara, the capital city of William Ranger.

William Ranger is an absolute monarchy where the power of the monarch is absolute. Despite William Ranger declared itself as an absolute monarchy, William Ranger had a slight republican influence due in fact that William Ranger is formerly a republic.

Administrative divisions

Administratively, William Ranger consisted of administrative states, which is subdivided into several cities. At the time of the establishment, William Ranger annexed almost all areas that previously claimed by former Federal Republic of Santos. Upon the time of dissolution, William Ranger were divided into six administrative states, two of them are fictional. The micronation was reformed as New Santos, then again became the Republic of St. John.

Flag State Annexed/Established Disestablished Capital
Noflag.png Mutiara 30 March 2012 2 April 2013 United Mutiara
Noflag.png Pasia 30 March 2012 2 April 2013 Memorial City
Flag of North Blastnya.png North Blastnya 9 April 2012 2 April 2013 William Plaza
Flag of Williamland and Armilandia.png Armilandia 2012 June 2013 Armilandia
Noflag.png Aurelia 2012 2 April 2013 Griswall
Noflag.png South Blastnya 3 February 2013 2 April 2013 Great South Blastnya

Foreign relations

Despite being a micronation in Indonesia, William Ranger had never been a member of the Association of Indonesian Micronations (AIM) due to hostile relations between William Ranger and Los Bay Petros, one of founding member of AIM. William Ranger is recognised by external observer as an micronation. It had formal and informal relations with other micronations.

Countries with relations with William Ranger