Ulnovabad History

From the early past, the region of Ulnovabad belonged to Merité until 298 AP when this state broke down. From 299 it belonged to Wesmeria as one of the successor states which was under Christianan rule, and after the division of Wesmeria it formed part of Eichensehria, at one time called Defender.

(Source: Historic Atlas of Vexillium, published by the Royal Christianan Cartographer -
see also the
history of Cimera)

In 302, the Principality of Cimera which included Ulnofshire with the Ulnovabad region was detached from Eichensehria.The new government decided to sell Ulnofshire to TDCorp, with the exception of the city and surroundings of Ulnovabad which came under Fenizic rule as an emirate, due to the concentration of almost all Cimeran Mounists in this city, under a treaty as of March 25, 302. In turn, Cimera aquired three islands off the Fenizic coast. The land swap with TDCorp, however, has not yet been finalized.

Cimeran flag of former Ulnofshire M. Carl Budd 302)
Historic valuables - the first provisional flags of Fenizic Ulnovabad
(now in the Historical Museum)

The population, especially the Mounists among them, enthusiastically welcomed the new ruler and fatherland.

End of March already, the Airborne Regiment of the Armed Forces of Feniz which had been located in Ulnovabad, ready to assist Cimera in fighting the CCP revolt, was withdrawn back to Feniz after two weeks without implementation.

The Sultan visited the city on 15th April, 302, following and concluding his tour of Vexillium.

His Royal Majesty has not left the territory until August 303, staying in Niehl Manor which he has acquired in May 302 as his Ulnovabad residence. The Airborne Regiment quietly returned to act as his guards.

In November, this regiment was replaced by the Royal Lifeguards Battalion, and joined the Armoured Regiment in Operation PURE PASSAGE which was to keep open the international road from Ulnovabad to the Old Continent during the Republican Civil War in Cimera.

The startegic map on the left shows the important long-distance trade road across Eras, connecting the eastern to the western coast, linking the capitals and the most important cities of northern Eras. The tactical map on the right shows the dislocation of the Fenizic troops along the road. As the branch via Sehria (from the crossroads to the north) was blocked further north because of the fighting, it was the more important to keep the eastward branch (through Albion Merité) open.


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