History of Mauch Empire
During 1800s and 1900s, several German families decided to immigrate to central Asia and Russia in hopes of a better life. At that time, Germany was facing economic challenges and the citizens were no longer able to stay in the country as a result. So, they left their homeland and fled to modern Kazakhstan and the Russian regions in the east part of Asia. Mauch was one of the people who immigrated to central Asia. He was a peasant and unemployed. After a few years, he began seeking employment and joined the army to improve his life. He served in the Russian Empire’s military for a few years and eventually became a sergeant and decided to start his own business in central Asia. Mauch grew wealthy after a short time, eventually purchased property, and continued pursuing his own business. With time, the Mauch business grew popular in central Asia, so Mauch decided to gather and unite more Germans. He was not successful at first, but in time, he gained attention because he was seeking Germans in central Asia. He then established a micro nation called the “Mauch Kingdom” and hoped to attain recognition from other nations around the world as well. The establishment of this micro nation failed. He endeavored countless times again, to no avail. Mauch eventually died as a result of severe stress. The generations that followed after Mauch were determined to continue his legacy and create a new country. After 50 years, many others from the Mauch family became military officers in Russia’s Empire and the Soviet Union. They tried to recreate the micro nation, but they were also not successful. After the fall of the Soviet Union, all former states became independent nations from the Soviet Union. The Mauch family members decided to start the micro nation again. In the year 2000, Mauch II, the father of Mauch the Conqueror (the founder of the kingdom), decided to start a business in an endeavor to generate more wealth for that huge project. He was not only striving to create a micro nation – but, actually, a powerful kingdom. He and his son both successfully started that project together. Mauch III (or Mauch the Conqueror) continued his great-great-great grandfather’s legacy of making that nation. He joined the army and served under it for almost 20 years. He was intelligent and soon became popular in Central Asia, especially amongst the Germans and non-Germans in Kazakhstan, southern Russia. Within a few years, he gathered troops and declared a peaceful war with neighboring cities and villages. After some time, he then founded the Mauch Kingdom in Central Asia. Most of his peaceful battles occurred in the center of the deserts between Kazakhstan and Mongolia. History books mention that the Mauch Empire dates back to late 1995 when Mauch III (or Mauch the Conqueror), with the help of a disgruntled peasant class, became a famous leader. Under his guidance, he founded a kingdom called the Mauch Kingdom and he won many battles against the neighboring regions, such as Turkey in today’s border between Kazakhstan and Mongolia in central Asia. During his reign, the Mauch Kingdom became an integral part of the development of the central and East Asian region, even briefly reinvigorating the Silk Road. During his reign, the Mauch Kingdom grew culturally, and many historical experts today consider the Mauch Kingdom to be the true beginning of the Renaissance period for east and central Asia. Mauch ruled as Emperor for 25 years before becoming violently ill and dying on 15 April 2010 at the age of 84. The exact cause of his death is unknown, but many written accounts from the time suspected foul play. An anonymous letter was sent to the widowed Empress which accused their son, Nevah I, of Mauch’s death, as he became the new king after allegedly poisoning his father. Without any evidence of an attempted assassination, Nevah I ascended the throne on 25 April 2010, at the ripe age of 33 after a short term. What many people don’t know about the Mauch Kingdom is that the Fox emblem, currently the most widely known symbol associated with the Empire, was created under Mhleigh’s regime – the next emperor. Mhleigh I was the only uncle of Nevah I and the government assumed Mhleigh I as the third emperor of this country. While previous rulers used animals such as the bear or the lion to represent their lineage, it is believed that Mhleigh allowed the fox representation as a homage to his family’s humble beginnings as peasant pig farmers, as well as their resourcefulness and leadership qualities that allowed them to seize power from a family that had held it for over a century. Although he took power as an old man, Mhleigh was said to have the wisdom of men who were cunning and his mind led the kingdom to grow into what it would be formally recognized for: its military prowess. During his 28-year reign, Mhleigh I used daring combat maneuvers that were unheard of in his time and won many battles against the Kingdom’s enemies – such as the Mongols and slaves. Today’s modern guerilla warfare and espionage tactics are modeled very closely to the military strategy that allowed Mhleigh to almost triple the size of the Empire under his rule. No one is quite sure how such a young boy grew to be a well-respected ruler in an era where the assassination of one’s heir was rampant. On 9 September of 2014, he died at the age of 59, after ruling for four years. Yet, many great warriors meet their end on the battlefield. On 13 September 2021, at the age of 41, Levaeh, the first son of Mhleigh I, became the new emperor, but after one year, he was mortally wounded during a routine combat demonstration for his soldiers. At that time, Emperor Levaeh I was getting ready for a great fight against Mongolia. He fought for his life for an entire week, before eventually passing away from an aggressive infection in a cut on his thigh. He was survived by his children who furthered their father’s military conquests – similar to that of Mongolia and Kazakhstan. It wasn’t until Mauch III, the Conqueror’s grandson, Maeh I, came into power in 2015, that the regime decelerated its conquest of lands and considered intellectual pursuits instead. Maeh I greatly valued education and sought to educate the poor as much as possible. His long-term goal for the Empire included a reduction in poverty and a larger aristocratic class. During one of his military campaigns in the Altai Mountains, he successfully conquered that region but lost other regions in Central Asia and Siberia. This was not a good sign for the Kingdom, but the country required great improvement in other fields other than military campaigns. This was met with much resistance from the upper class, and even with the increased accessibility in education, there were often laws and taxes placed by local lords that prevented the poor from taking advantage of these new initiatives. The rich feared that there would be a significant shift in the power dynamic if too many people in the countryside received an education. Maeh I reigned for one year and after him, five other kings attained power in the country, but they were not worthy of being a good ruler of the country. They lost many battles and a lot of lands. After two years of instability in the country, Chivmai I, a military officer, became popular amongst the people and rose to power in the country. He was known as the greatest of the Mauch Kingdom due to the several battles he won and the land he repossessed from the neighboring countries. He amended the country’s constitution and changed its government regime from a kingdom to an empire. He is also known for his often-criticized reduction of the Empire. Indeed, many parts on the outer edges of the Empire were newly acquired just a few years before others ascended the throne, and many of the people living there were upset about having a ruler they didn’t ask for. In 2018, Emperor Chivmai I allowed many of these newly conquered towns and cities to purchase their non-independence from the Empire, citing a need to redefine and centralize what it meant to be a part of the Mauch Empire. Although Chivmai focused on education and created many new aristocratic families, his drive towards equality ultimately caused the Empire to fail, as members of the long-standing wealthy families began to target its weaknesses. Lords who were more well-off than others began purchasing cities from the Empire even when they did not belong to those areas, therefore using local peasants as the frontmen. This caused the Empire to lose land and, as a consequence, many valuable resources as well. Many of Chivmai’s advisors introduced new ways of improvements and managed to implement new laws that stopped this type of transaction. These actions helped the Empire grow and became a new great powerful nation in central Asia. The Mauch Empire grew to 3,000,000 km2 during this time. Though the size of the Empire caused many to lessen their opinion of the Mauch Empire, there were still various positive attributes to the Empire that made it a popular place for cultural and educational development. The money raised from the sale of large amounts of land was used to support the population. This caused the quality of life to increase for everyone. Wealthy families from all over the country often sent their sons to the universities in the capital. Those with daughters to spare searched for suitors living in the Empire, hoping that the more refined way of life would leave them well cared for. On 13 March 2019, Emperor Chivmai passed away. The country was devastated after the death of Chivmai I and many regions in the country asked for independence. After Chivmai’s death, no one in his country wanted to become the new king. But after a few days, two brave American girls, Savannah Mauch and her sister Ivy Mauch rose to power in the country. Savannah was the older sister and she became the new ruler of the Mauch Empire. She reunited all the countries and promised stability and good economic conditions. Savannah Mauch became powerful and successful and fought for many months, before getting wounded during one of the battles and dying after one year of reign. Savannah greatly helped the country and increased stability in the country. After her sister passed away in February 2020, Ivy Mauch became the new ruler and queen of the country. She did everything she could to improve the country once again and she became successful in wars against their enemies. During her reign, the country started growing and it reached its highest – even greater than Chivmai’s period. The country reached its greatest existence after just one year and grew to 4,000,000 Km2. Ivy Mauch conquered a vast amount of land in Siberia, Altai, Mongolia, Turkestan, and Kazakhstan. The Empire reached its greatest stability and power in history. The country reclaimed great economic conditions and the population reached around 47 million people. During the Ivy Mauch period in 2021, the country was not seriously affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and it protected its people from all threats to their wellbeing. The Queen improved the country within various fields such as culture, language, sport, religion, economic, politics, and many more. In August of 2021 official religion of country appointed a Mormonism.