The Centeral Federation

The Central Federation is the collection of Furry Federation nations in the middle of the Fury Continent. Typically the borders of this region is defined as being Ciata on the west, Drensnake on the East, Wynnesia on the north, and Shikeishuu on the south. In the middle of this region is the inland Sea of Prefectures. Most of the nations in this region joined the Furry Federation shortly after its creation or were founding members.

The region has many geographical features including some of the highest mountains on the continent, deserts, forests, plains, savanna, ice fields, warm costs, and more recently, nuclear wastelands.

Until a few years ago, the strongest nations in the region were Shikeishuu, Shimandu, Tinis, Venerable Prefectures, and Nogitsune. Venerable Prefectures collapsed due to an exodus of the upper class and government which left the rest of the nation in anarchy, and soon it was divided up between Tinis and Shimandu. Shimandu's government was exterminated in a very unusual series of events which has left it as a Furry Federation Trust Territory. Nogitsune's government collapse was much simpler as its dictator vanished. The remaining strong powers in the region, Shikeishuu and Tinis have found more competition in the nations of Gejigrad and Most Holy Sandwich.


During the rise of civilization, several cultures appeared around the Sea of Prefectures (then called simply The Sea]]]. The early kingdoms flourished for thousand years in near isolation from the rest of the world. Difficult terrain, mountains, and deserts discouraged travel to the south and west. To the east were nomadic peoples and strange non-mammalian creatures (such as the birds of Vylland) which the furs of the central region of the continent found more reason to fight than to cooperate with and explore beyond. To the north, sea and cold and hazardous terrain along the costs.

Sea travel was present but uncommon. There is some historical evidence of early Cali, Peanisulan, and Pargalonian traders finding their way to the region. Some via the northern seas which provide a narrow passage during the summer months from ice pack, and some via Lemur lands. Lemur lands during this early period were difficult to traverse due to first the human led kingdom during the dawn of civiliation and later the paranoia of the lemur population. The jungles of the trade routes through their territory didn't help either.

These natural and societal barriers kept most of the central region isolated for most of history. However cultural exchange did occur as well as population migrations.

One of the earliest kingdoms, Shikeishuu appeared at this time as well as a small city state in the south east of the region. Over time it would absorb or conquer its neighbors and become a formidable empire. Its expansions and occasional contractions, provided a heavy influence on most of the eastern half of the region. When the empire reached The Sea however, it encountered other strong nations that by the time of the start of the current era, had grown to sufficient strengths to avoid the power of Shikeishuu. Among these was the alliance of Shimadu states and prefectures. This alliance would form in the 18th century into Shimandu and Venerable Prefectures.

The territory north of Shikeishuu and Shimandu remained more divided. Despite heavy influence from the empire, the fox lands and Vylland were resistant to Shikeishuu culture and soldiers. Though the protostates of The Yiffy and Outlandish would at times be vassal of the empire, they were never successfully subjugated. The fox states north of there thus allowed to coalesce into the Kitsune Empire, the precursor to Nogitsune, around the year 1000. Gejigrad also formed around this period for the same reason.

In the territory that would later become modern Tinis and stretching from there to the western border of T3H Furry, there were a number of kingdoms as well, mostly either along The Sea or the northern coasts. The mountains and forests provided much isolation for the northern of the two groupings. The forests of the region were populated by several different tribal species, some of which were predetorial. The often disappearance of travelers in the forests lead to fears of ghosts and monsters which further discouraged travel.

Around the start of the current era, Glorvan and a few other figures of significance supposedly traveled this region, teaching philosophy and language. This is believed to be the reason for Old Tinisian, spoken in T3H Furry and by some of the Fen skunks, being so similar to ancient Pargalonian. A few centuries later, most of the kingdoms of the regions were whipped out by wars and disease. The idea that the Tinisian fields and forests were a cursed land spread as far as Drensnake, which discouraged new settlements until the 20th century.

Periods of balkanization hit the region between 1000 and 1900, but eventually the old nations returned. Over the course of the 20th century Shikeishuu grew in strength quickly, capitalizing on a strong industrialization program once communications became well established with the outside world.

In the 1940s, Pargalonians began migrating in mass to the fields of Tinis and the Pargalonian colony at Forr. This migration spurred the formation of the Federation of Tinis which later became its Union. Also during this time, immigrants from another part of the continent formed a nation in the Valley of Presault, which had been left empty after countless wars before the foxes the northern nations and the wolves of Shikeishuu. The cosmopolitan mix of species helped deter further battles through the region and lead to an easing of tensions between Kitsune and Shikeishuu. The remaining inhabitants joined the floating nation of Neralli. The nation of Prismwind would not be formally recognized until the 1990s.

In the early 2000s, the nation of Venerable Prefectures also joined the Neralli in part, but the power vacuum resulted in anarchy and invasion by humans from another continent. This attack spawned the formation of the Furry Federation. Shikeishuu, Shimandu, and Tinis being the first three member nations.

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