Wild Isle Krai

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Wild Isle Krai
Founded May 2010
Area 467.3 m²
Citizens Uninhabited
Official language(s) None
Jurisdiction Tsarist Empire of Gishabrun
Ambassador HIM Tsar Kuri I
Status National Park

Wild Isle Krai is the oldest krai of the Tsarist Empire of Gishabrun. It is also one of the smaller Gishabrunian krais.

Etymology

The name "Wild Isle" comes from the name of the island it consists of, the Wild Isle, which was named that to describe its previously untamed state.

History

A few weeks after the Furnace War, HIM the Tsar captured an island in a nearby river (the "Wild Isle") that used to be almost untouched by humans until a group of people with excavators showed up to fix a problem with the river, and as a result destroyed all the wilderness on the island, prompting HIM the Tsar to capture it so as to protect it from such dsasters reoccuring. The island was declared a National Park and is currently undergoing a natural regeneration project.

Geography and climate

The Wild Isle Kraian climate is continental (but modified by the surrounding river with the Lake Effect), meaning it has an average of -3.5 degrees Celsius in winter, and an average of 22 degrees Celsius in summer, with 133.1 cm of snowfall each winter and 834 mm of percipitation year-round. Wild Isle Krai is completely surrounded by a river, consisting of mostly damp grassland (but there is a small wetland area). Wild Isle Krai contains Wild Isle National Park.


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The Tsarist Empire of Gishabrun

General
Tsarist Empire of GishabrunSumac Department • Demographics of The Tsarist Empire of Gishabrun

Gishabrunian Government
HIM Tsar Kuri IPolitical parties of GishabrunGishabrun Armed ForcesCouncil of Gishabrun

Major Events
The Bench War

Awards and Peerages
Peerage System of GishabrunOrder of the CompassOrder of the Willow LeafOrder of the Silver ScimitarPrincipality of Annina KravatBarony of TravinGrand Duchy of Bench-Fraction

Culture
2010 Intermicronational Chess ChampionshipSymbols of Gishabrun