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Karakorum Government of Oyrotia
Каракорум Правительство Ойротии - Karakorum Pravitel'stvo Oyrotii
Flag of Oyrotia
Ruling Party Karakorum Council
Head of StateIvan Zavoloko
Head of GovernmentLazar Kokyshev
Foreign AlignmentN/A
Credit Rating Poor
Market Type Free Market Capitalism

Oyrotia, officially the Karakorum Government of Oyrotia, is a Russian warlord state in central Siberia. It borders the Xinjiang Border Defense Administration to the south, the People's Revolutionary Council to the east, Kemerovo to the northeast, Novosibirsk to the northwest, and Kazakh SSR to the southwest.

They are not a unifier and have no content as of the The Ruin update.

History[edit | edit source]

In the history of Altai, a notable institution began, an ambitious project in opposition to Russification and formalising a sense of nationality and self determination the Karakorum Government or the Confederate Republic of Altai was created.

During the initial beginnings of the Russian Civil War Grigoriy Gurkin, a proud son of Altai noted for his artistic talents in depicting the landscapes of Altai, with Vasily Anuchin proclaimed the government on March 1918. A nativist pro Burkhanist state it attempted to unite the other culturally linked groups in Tuva and Khakassia and believed by those that formed it to be the first steps in the rebuilding of the ancient Khanates of the Great Khans. This dream was not to last though as it was crushed under the boots of the White Army and then the Red Army ending its short tale by April 1920. The spirit of the people was not crushed initially as resistance to the occupation continued into 1922 with the beliefs of the people never truly being crushed, the Altai People remained strong.

As the years passed, the Soviet Union came into its own under the leadership of Bukharin. The Siberian Plan swept through the region but left the Altai Region relatively untouched and leaving it a strongly agrarian society.

Though the story of the Soviet Union lasted longer than the Karakorum Government it faced somewhat the same fate. With the invasion of the Nazis in 1941 and the destabilisation of the Union beginning so was the fracturing. With Moscow occupied and the rest of Russia passed the A-A line divided between Stalin and Kaganovich of the West Siberian Peoples Republic, Pasternak and the Salonists in the Central Siberian Republic and Yagoda, the NKVD and the Party Remnants of the Presidium of the Soviet Union. the future of Russia remained uncertain but Altai began to change with this new Russia. With the Nazi onslaught in the west, from pillaging to slaughter, from rape to ruin, many marched east. Among these scattered groups of the lost and dispossessed people were the Old Believers. These people are named as such due to the rejection of Patriarch Nikon’s reforms in the 17th century. Trivialities to some people but to those who believe these reforms are the difference between eternal salvation or eternal damnation. It would be a curiosity then that they would settle among the Altai people, the Old Believers who had been rejected by the Orthodox Church amongst the Burkhanists who had rejected the Orthodox Church. This first meeting did not go well, with the people often distancing themselves from outsiders and the Burkhanists having little pity for the suffering of the Old Believers, having suffered oppression from the Tsarist Orthodox forces trying to russify them and the Soviet Atheistic forces trying to Sovietise them.

As time went on and the fleeing few found a place to call their own the Siberian War Began between The Presidium of the Soviet Union, who wished to reclaim their self declared rightful place as the legitimate government of Russia, and the Central Siberian Republic. As days turned to weeks and weeks into years many developments occurred, from Anarchist rebellion, Army mutinies, Civilian and Ethnic succession, madness in the mind of a general, White Russian and Fascist emigres finding their new home and Red Armys having lost their way the region found a new moment to find its freedom. Seeking legitimacy in history and a compromise between the Burkhanists, the Old Believers and the Socialist tendencies within each of the groups the Karakorum Republic of Oryotia was declared. The ideological framing of the nation is that of being external to the stereotypical Russian identity, seeing itself as having cast of the chains of oppression and colonialism and that it can be a nationally cohesive people due to their shared oppressors, that they should unite on the grounds of shared struggle against their oppressors, such is the Social Nationalist cause.

Parties[edit | edit source]

Ideology Party Acronym Party Full In-Game Party Full English Popularity
Communist VKP (b) Vsesoyuznaya Kommunisticheskaya Partiya (Bolshevikov) All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks) 0
Socialist SSO Soyuz Svobodnykh Obshchin Union of Free Communities 0
Progressivism RNP Rossiyskaya Narodnaya Partiya Russian People's Party 0
Liberalism DPS Demokraticheskaya Partiya Sibiri Democratic Party of Siberia 11
Conservatism ADP Altay Demokratiyalik Partiyasi Altai Democratic Party 15
Paternalism KArakorumskaya Uprava Karakorumskaya Uprava Karakorum Administration 65
Despotism Ryurikovy Loyalisty Ryutikovy Loyalisty Rurikid Loyalists 0
Fascism ANP Altay Nlutsul Partiyasi 9
National Socialism RFP Rossiyskaya Fashistskaya Partiya Russian Fascist Party 0
Ultranationalism ChL Chernaya Liga Black League 0

Ideas[edit | edit source]

Name In-Game Description Effects
Religious Divide The state of Oyrotia was built from the ground up on the principle of unity and solitarity between the two greatest movements that form the population. These are the Old Believers, an Orthodox denomination long separated from the Russian Church, and the Burkhanists, followers of a syncretic native religious movement that sprung up in the early 20th century.

The two religions have maintained a relatively peaceful co-existence so far, but Oyrotia is no doubt shaped by a clear divide between its citizens. Each side has different goals and ideas for the nation, and the result of this is clear in a government that often has to deal with disagreements and discord between its members

Political Power Gain: -20%

                             Stability: -10%

Christian Socialism Many inhabitants of the Altai, native or not, held sympathies for the Soviet system for as long as it lasted. While the positive attitudes towards socialism did not survive the passage of time, the economic policies of Oyrotia have no doubt been affected by it. Many Old Believers have drawn comparisons between the teachings of Christ and left-wing ideologies, and have formed a set of policies they have implemented, different from almost everywhere else in Russia.

Including Partial nationalization and flirting with elements of a planned economy, they have been surprisingly popular, even increasing efficiency.

Stability: +10%

                             Construction Speed: +10%

                             Factory Output: +10%     

Agrarian Economy As opposed to many other areas in Russia, the Altai has remained a region economically dependent not on newly built industry, but on agriculture, The sweeping waves of industrialization went barely noticed in the Oirat lands, and the efforts of the central government in Moscow to achieve it here abruptly ended with the Great Patriotic War and the fall of Bukharin’s government.

Instead, the economy is still based on agricultural production which the region is ripe for. The new local government has swiftly embraced that, avoiding any fast-paced and overambitious plans for industrialization. We remain, for the most part, an agrarian nation.

Resource Gain Efficiency: +10%

                             Production Efficiency Cap: -10%

                             Needed Consumer Goods: -20%

Flight East Though the West Russian War ended almost a decade ago, Western Russia has never known peace with the Germans. Instead, life has been punctuated by regular bombings from the Luftwaffe, an unending campaign of terror meant to permanently hobble a one-time adversary.

Though many Russians have found ways to live amid this violence, others have tried to escape it by fleeing east. This steady stream of refugees has permanently altered the distribution of Russia's population, with many migrating to the far reaches of the country that remains untouched by the Nazi war machine

Monthly Population: +5%
Legacy of the Siberian Plan Our statelet lies in a unique region of Russia - the former area the Bukharin's, and the Central Siberian Republic's, grand industrial project was sited. Securing machinery and infrastructure and rebuilding sections of the Siberian Plan will provide great boons to our statelet. (No Effects at Game Start)

Quotes[edit | edit source]

Capitulation quote[edit | edit source]

"The calls for tradition have been deafened by the drums of war."

Origins: This quote is original to The New Order.

Trivia[edit | edit source]