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In the mid-20th Century, in Europe, several traditional hereditary monarchies managed to survive both world wars, remaining independent and retaining their original form of government. Among these were Boravia, Carabas, Cornovia, Gardevia, Gavonia, Granaco, Kravia


History

In the mid-20th Century, in Europe, several traditional hereditary monarchies managed to survive both world wars, remaining independent and retaining their original form of government. Among these were Boravia, Carabas, Cornovia, Gardevia, Gavonia, Granaco, Kravia, Markovia, Moldacia, Norania, Numark, Offalia, Pan Balgravia, Ruina, Sardonia, Solvonia, and Valdania. Others, such as Cerania, Emporia, Patrania, or Resbia, are confirmed to have survived the First World War, but are not known to have survived the second.

At one point in the 1930s, according to a Gavonian emissary, Gavonia's ruler was a mad scientist, who had invented a death ray, and planned to use it to conquer the world.[1] At a later point in that same decade, Gavonia was a traditional hereditary monarchy.[2]

Gavonia's arch-rival was the neighboring nation of Resbia, also a hereditary monarchy.

Gavonia had a seaport.

Points of Interest

  • Black Tower
  • Royal Palace
  • Ormand, deserted castle
  • Border of Resbia

Residents

  • Princess Yonda
  • Count Tauru
  • Count de Wex

Notes

Trivia

In the late 1930s, the Gavonian Princess Yonda was a near-exact look-alike for American secret agent Sandra McLane.


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