Kizokusen Period (Mar 2020 - Jul 2020)
Kizokusen Period (Japanese: 貴族戦時代, kizokusen-jidai, lit. The War of the Nobility)
is a period in Hiyamashūnese history of near constant conflict between the nobility and
It is unknown who had initiated the Kizokusen Period, and opinion on this period are
diverse between citizens and the nobility.
Conspiracy and speech against the sovereign's person were in talks by the Hiyamashūnese
nobility which mostly consist of founding members of The Great Archipelago and members
of the Imperial Family, behind Emperor Tokiharu.
Tokiharu abdicated the throne on 3rd May 2020 due to pressure from the accusations
brought forward against him. The next in line, Sumeragi Kokoronatsu, took over the
throne on the same day.
Conflict continued, and during this period, a split between the Imperial house had became
apparent with the
separation of Emperor Tokiharu and Shigami Lunairu.
After the separation, came the split of government in which opinions were diverse.
Kokoronatsu returned the throne back to Tokiharu and the
2nd Parliament was dissolved on 9th May 2020. Democracy was instilled for
the first time in Hiyamashūnese history, allowing the first political party,
Hiyamashūnese Democratic Front, led by Albrecht von Löwe, to run in the General
elections for the 3rd Parliament.
3rd General Elections result
On 13nd July 2020 with the 4th General Elections results announced, in which the elected
First Minister was Maxine of the Hiyamashū Together party, Tokiharu announced his
abdicating from the Tanuki Throne due to
conditions, declaring that Hiyamashū turn into a Constitutional Republic since there was
no successor to the throne. With Kokoronatsu, Tokiharu left the region.
With the abdication of the Emperor and dissolution of the monarchy, accusations about the
goal of destroying Hiyamashū had been put forward by Shigami in a published document.
As such, diplomatic regions of Hiyamashū had started to doubt the region's capabilities
of continuing forward. Such sentiments were put down by The Democratika.