Wild Isle Krai

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Wild Isle Krai
Gishabruni Krai
Country Tsarist Empire of Gishabrun (2010 - 2012),
Free State of Renasia
(2012 - 2015)
FoundedMay 2010
Dissolved5 May 2015
 • AmbassadorKuri Kabanov
 • Total0 km2 (0.00015 sq mi)
 • Total0

Wild Isle Krai was the oldest krai of the Tsarist Empire of Gishabrun and subsequently of Gishabrun SAR, Renasia. It was also one of the smaller Gishabruni krais.


The name "Wild Isle" comes from the name of the island it consists of, the Wild Isle, which got its name due to its previously untamed state.


The flag of the Wild Isle Nation

The Wild Isle was the site of the Wild Isle Nation, Gishabrun's predecessor. This nation was founded on June 23, 2009, and fell into inactivity shortly thereafter. The foundation of the Tsardom of Moya Kravat in 2010 was meant as a continuation of this original legacy.

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. This prompted HIM the Tsar to capture it so as to protect it from such disasters reoccurring. The island was declared a National Park and was the site of a natural regeneration project.

Wild Isle Krai was retained as a land claim of Gishabrun SAR in Renasia. It was finally returned to Canadian sovereignty when Gishabrun transitioned to a non-territorial entity, on 5 May 2015.

Geography and climate

Map of Wild Isle Krai, Gishabrun

The climate of what was Wild Isle Krai 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 precipitation year-round. The area of Wild Isle Krai is completely surrounded by a river, consisting of mostly damp grassland (but there is a small wetland area). Wild Isle Krai contained Wild Isle National Park.