Talk:Khanid Kingdom

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Article should probably be named 'Khanid Kingdom' to avoid confusion with the bloodline. 'Khanid' itself would be best as a disambiguation page in my opinion.

This article is also very incomplete and should NOT be locked as an official page. If possible, a 'stub' message should be added. --Garion Avarr 21:15, 11 December 2008 (UTC)

This should additionally not be in Category: Races. The Khanid Kingdom and the Khanid race are two (mostly) unrelated entities. --Garion Avarr 21:33, 11 December 2008 (UTC)

Date should be updated to reflect the date in the Timeline of the split occurring in 23041. - Mark726

Done!--CCP Abraxas 11:07, 24 February 2012 (GMT)

Note: The following article is a valiant effort, but I'm not sure we'll be changing the main one accordingly. A lot of this info can be found elsewhere (and has even been taken directly from other articles) and I don't think repeating it here will do much good. It'd be better simply to include links to the other articles where appropriate.--CCP Abraxas 15:20, 2 January 2013 (GMT)


About: "The following article is a valiant effort, but I'm not sure we'll be changing the main one accordingly. A lot of this info can be found elsewhere (and has even been taken directly from other articles) and I don't think repeating it here will do much good." As I told a player here. One of my first goal is/was just to get all the information in one place (so mainly copy & past things). So collect all the know stuff, and then sum it up .As you rightfully mention, those things are mentioned somewhere else and therefore just a reminder for me, what we already know. About the look of the page in general. I have try to copy the categories of the Sansha's Nation page (History, Foreign Relations, Government, Economy, Demographics etc...). But as can be seen, the "Demographics" part of this page is already exploding, so most likely I will make later a own page for some those categories (I will make a short break form the game).
About: "It'd be better simply to include links to the other articles where appropriate" As for me I havent any problem with that Idea. Which fashion the immersion team and you would like it? First: In the fashion, like a link below a small summarization, which then says to "Main article:" (as can be seen here). Or secondly: I the way as the Ethnic Gallente page, where one of the first words leads to the main page.--Publius Valerius 17:49, 02.01.2013 (CET)
The second option, with inline links, is definitely preferable in an article like this. Also, I'd like to add as little text to the article as we can - we definitely don't want to repeat text that has appeared elsewhere :-) - so while you're more than welcome to continue adding comments, it'd be easier if you can find a way to add the links either to text that already exists in the original article, or, if that's not possible,keep it to very short snippets. --CCP Abraxas 13:59, 15 January 2013 (GMT)



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Faction Khanid Kingdom
└► Type Minor Faction
└► Size small
└► Controlled Systems 84
└► Settled Systems (with Stations) 23
└► Stations owned by native Corporations 32
└► CONCORD partner
History History of the
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Government Government of the
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└► Head of state border-bottom:3px #303030 solid;}} padding: 0.5em;" | Khanid II (King)
└► Head of government
└► Capital System Khanid Prime
└► Type absolute monarchy
└► Subdivision {{{government-subdivision}}}

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└► Blocs political blocs
Foreign Relations Foreign relations of the
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Economy Economy of the
Khanid Kingdom
Demographics Demographics of the
Khanid Kingdom
└► Size small
└► Subdivision caste system
└► Largest Bloodline Khanid
Culture Culture of the
Khanid Kingdom
The Khanid Kingdom, also known as the Dark Amarr, is an independent nation inside New Eden. Today, it is an absolute monarchy ruled by King Khanid II. But once it was one of the five Royal Houses of the Amarr Empire, the Khanid seceded from the Empire during the succession trials three hundred years ago, when the Khanid Heir refused to commit ritual suicide at the conclusion of the ceremony. Declaring his home region sovereign territory and styling himself King Khanid II; the empire retaliated, but only managed to conquer some of the vulnerable outer regions from Khanid.

The Kingdom still upholds many of the traditions of Amarr society, but has also wholeheartedly embraced the customs of others, mainly the Caldari. Many visitors to the Kingdom feel like it is a surreal mix of the Amarr and Caldari empires. The Kingdom has forged close ties with the Caldari and had at first a rocky relationship with the Amarr Empire. Their diplomatic history has seen its share of ups and downs, though they are on good terms today.


Khanid Family[edit]

The Khanid Family has a long and rich history. It all began on Amarr Prime in the early days of the Reclaiming, during which the name Khanid was given to the Khanid chiefs by the True Amarr. The moniker means "little lord" or "lordling" and is an affectionate term generally given to a cherished friend. Soon after, the name began to be applied to the nation as a whole, and even after the Khanid domain was raised in status to one of the great Amarr Holder families, the ruling family adopted the Khanid name as their own, winning the hearts of the Khanid people in the process.


Secession[edit]

One crucial moment occurred in the year AD 23041: It marked the point in history when the family, as well as the Kingdom achieved their independence. It was Khanid II who led the rebellion against the Amarr Empire, following the election of Heideran VII as Emperor. He defied the Amarr succession rituals and split himself and his estates from the Empire. The reasons were his fierce ambition and love of life, traits that later helped keep his kingdom intact through numerous upheavals.

In the first few months the family was almost completely cleaved: One the one side, Khanid II; on the other, Dakos, who was at the forefront of those relatives of Khanid who opposed his actions and wished to remain as one of the Heir families. Dakos opposed him and rebelled against the Khanid Kingdom, leading to the young kingdom's first civil war. His rebellion ended when he was assassinated by agents of Khanid II.

This was not the last time that Khanid’s own family acted against him. Khanid has always managed to smother all rebellion attempts, each time tightening the leash on those who might try for the throne. Today all women and children belonging to the family spend their time in the royal palace on Khanid Prime. Although they live in luxury and comfort they’re still hostages, kept to keep their husbands and fathers in line. As for the men, they must spend at least a quarter of each year in the royal palace on Khanid Prime, and there are strict restrictions as to what arms they can own or bear.


Reconciliation[edit]

In YC 111 June 7th, the reconciliation of the Kingdom and Empire took place, the content of the reconciliation was: (1) Khanid II recognized Jamyl I as the rightful Empress of the Amarr and dropped any claim he might have on her throne. As well as Jamyl I recognized Khanid II as the rightful King of the Khanid Kingdom and dropped any claim she might had on his throne. (2) The Khanid Kingdom and the Amarr Empire now enjoy a mutual defense pact. (3) The Khanid Family has a seat on the Privy Council (no heir status). So the Kingdom has gain a "voice opportunity", without endanger the survival of the empire. Jamly, the empire, has gain the former Court Chamberlain Dochuta Karsoth.


See Also[edit]


Hi, again. :-)

About the Chart:
-The subdivision have I made the same way as it done on the Sansha's Nation page. Meaning:
1. History,
2. Government,
3. Foreign Relations (and Military),
4. Economy,
5. Demographics,
6. Culture (Technology).
-The Idea behind is to have some sort of fast info-panal, as can be seen here or here.

The "Technology Level" have I take out and put it in Culture of the Khanid Kingdom.

In the "See Also" section have I included almost all the infos what we can find ON ANOTHER PLACE. I have also done a two raw "See Also", which can be of course be delete by CCP or YARR (if you like):


Other suggestions can be found here:
-Talk:Slavery
-Talk:Modern Era of the Amarr Empire
-Talk:Abel Jarek
-Talk:Ganortchar Asabona
-Talk:Khanid Unionists
-Talk:Khanid Family
-Talk:History of the Amarr Empire
-Talk:Jamyl I

--Publius Valerius 22.04.2014