Dasanian History


Prehistoric Eien ends

Approx. 2900 BCE

Characterized with various periods of growth and culture (further highlighted later)

Seperate tribes

2900 BC - 2100 BC

a period of separate tribes/ mini kingdoms with their own culture and language (first written language is created by the tribes of the south (the tribes later become Aol)

Warring Tribe State

2100 BC - 1950 BC

three powerful tribes emerge that begin to conquer other tribes and annex them (the three tribes are the Aol of the South, Bede of the East, and the Central Kona)

Three Kingdoms

1950 BC - 1800 BC

(From 1950-1900 other tribes exist and are being annexed)
(From 1900-1800 the 3 kingdoms jostle for power, but overall peace)

Konan Revolution

1790 BC

Kona experiences a revolution that leaves the kingdom in the hands of a new absolute monarch

Winter's War

1789 BC - 1780 BC

(called this because it started in the Winter, and the Konan king was known to be cold so he was called Winter)
War breaks out between Kona and Bede, Aol is neutral

Counterfeit Reconciliation

1780 BC - 1770 BC

a temporary peace occurs since there is no victor

Continuation of Winter's War

1770 BC - 1766 BC

Kona allies with Aol and the two kingdoms take over Bede splitting the kingdom between them


1766 BC - 1744 BC

Aol proposes marriage to Kona with the first princess of Aol marrying the crown prince of Kona, the two kingdoms join together in marriage creating the new joint monarchy reigning over one kingdom. The new kingdom is named Eien.

Hobi dynasty

1744 BC - 1543 BC

There were two female rulers during this time period

Jumit's Revolution

1543 BC - 1542 BC

A rebellion is launched, that usurps the throne. The new king Ner Jumit is crowned

Ner dynasty

1542 BC - 1312 BC

Eienese Civil War

1445 BC - 1438 BC

a civil war breaks out after the line of succession is confused, two princes born at the same time, different mothers

Prince Sio is victorious

1438 BC

Prince Sio wins and officially declares it illegal to have more than one wife (this practice is enforced strictly during his reign and his son continues it so it continues to exist) (mistresses still exist)

Shim dynasty

1312 BC - 964 BC

Mui's Revolution

1312 BC

Lead by Shim Mui, who later becomes the new king

Eieno-Japanese War

964 BC - 960 BC

War breaks out between Eien and Japan (not a full out war); both sides give up and continue amiable relationships (good relations with the rest of Asia)

Moya dynasty

960 BC - 142 BC

The throne is passed to the empress' second cousin's daughter after she fails to have children. The new empress harolds a new dynasty under the name of Moya. The new empress's name is Moya Ni.
After 400 BC, agriculture practices such as wet-rice farming were introduced however due to Eien not having the most ideal terrain for this, it was not a common practice and rice was primarily eaten by the rich, seafood and (grain?) were the primary staples of food)

Jun dynasty

142 BC - 431 AD

The throne is passed to a distant relative after the emperor loses his only son. The relative is Jun Huriri and he becomes the first emperor of the Jun dynasty.
(direct trade with India is beginning during this dynasty; explorers having gone all the way there through China or through Southeast Asia)
Chinese customs begin to be popular in Eien

Crimson Revolution (Dhwet Ciham)

431 AD - 432 AD

The emperor's daughter revolts and wins with the help of her half-brother, the Seamen (pirates) and a formidable (humanoid) army (due to the fact that the past emperor was extremely cruel) The daughter is Vimal Yamashiro

Maharan dynasty

432 AD - 1259 AD

The new empress Vimal Yamashiro declares a new dynasty and takes up the name Ryni Maharan.
(trade with the rest of Asia is extremely comon now and exploration has gone as far as India and the Hawaiian islands)
Buddhism is introduced to the country and slowly spreads, but is not as major as the original religion

Tal dynasty

1259 AD - 1364 AD

The throne is handed to a distant relative instead of the crown prince because he is unsuitable for the throne due to his apathy and laziness. The relative is Tal Sindh

Araia dynasty

1364 AD - 1564 AD

The first princess (second child) takes the throne after her brother dies. She was already married by then, and strangely took her husband's name so the new dynasty was the Araia dynasty. The princess's name was Araia (Tal) Megumi

Sho dynasty

1564 AD - 1641 AD

The emperor dies and the throne is handed to his first cousin, Sho Shin-ah.

Nejib dynasty

1641 AD - 1652 AD

The old king is overthrown and his nephew is placed on the throne. The nephew's name is Nejib Sio.

Apocalypse/Eclipse/Dark Ages

1652 AD - 1803 AD

a mass genocide lasting almost 150 years (referred to with many name, the Apocalypse, Eclipse, and Dark Ages are most well known names)
Civil Unrest/ Humanoid Extermination/ 200 year conflict (more names)
It was after the humanoids, but anyone could be killed with only a mention against them. The government was extremely weak and was pretty much useless. It is best described as a period of anarchy, with no legitimate rule.

Shukriya Rebellion

1802 AD - 1803 AD

Called such because this rebellion allowed for Dasan to be created and created a stable government for the land, even though it was a failure.

Dasan's period of isolation

1803 AD - 1850 AD

Eien takes on the name Dasan (meaning hope) under a new constitutional monarchy (ruling family is the Diems)

Visit to America

1850 AD

As resources begin to dwindle for the rising population, Dasan opens itself up to America and trades weapons for food and reconstruction materials

Modern Dasan

1851 AD - Present

Everything is going well with better living conditions, some Westernization, industrialization, and travels to space in the 1940s, later colonizing in the 1990s. (ruling family are the Lis)