Dominion of Litus

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Dominion of Litus
Faeland Lito-flag.png
Flag of Lito
Motto: Aut Caesar aut nihil.
(Either Caesar or nothing.)
Anthem: XXX
Dominion of Litus


Largest City:



Official Language: English
Demonym: Litan
Government: Constitutional Monarchy, Parliamentary Republic
Monarch: Queen Elizabeth II
Prime Minister: Donald Maynerd
Ministers: David Hobbes
Oscar Calvin
Julian Martin
Timothy Nesbitt
Benjamin Milkins
Robin Cosford
William Herold
Norman Courberth
Judith Kenderson
Francis McDormun
Elliot Gould
Kenneth Upswich
Last Election: February 10, 2009
Independence:Constitution: 1935
Total: XXX km²
XXX sq. mi.
Water (%): 3.1
2016 Estimate: 401,021
2014 Census 360,954
Currency: Euro
Time Zone: UTC+2
Internet TLD: .fe

The Dominion of Litus (Lito) is a country occupying an area of Faeland known as The Shore (Costa Inglés to its Valadurian neighbors), roughly contiguous to the Fhendiac Escarpment, extending from just south of New Norwich in the north to the Orwel Isles in the south. It is bounded on the west by its neighbors, Ríocht Fíl and Valaduria and on the east and south by the Bay of Biscay.

The land occupied by Lito was inhabited for millennia by various aboriginal (Fáel) tribes. Beginning in the 16th century, British expeditions settled the coast and became the nucleus of the population and culture that comprises Lito today. In 1802, a Kingdom of Faeland was established as part of the United Kingdom. Following civil strife and ultimately independence in 1925, it became the Dominion of Litus.

Unlike most former British colonies, Lito was a functioning member nation of the United Kingdom. As such, its internal administration was modeled on the English system, eschewing the usual federation of provinces. A constitutional monarchy comprising ---, Lito is a parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy, recognizing the British monarch in a special manner as Monarch in Litus, not of Litus (See Treaty of London).

Lito is monolingual and a largely homogeneous country by Faelish standards. Technologically advanced and fully industrialized Georgetown is the heart of Litan economy, culture and politics. Lito possesses a narrow economy that is heavily reliant upon its fishing industry and upon trade— particularly with the U.K., France, and Spain, with which Lito has had a long and complex relationship.


For much of its early history, English colonies of The Shore were overshadowed by the large port of New Norwich, farther north. The smaller towns that sprang up before the Fhendiac Escarpment were largely the result of ancillary needs of the English Royal Navy. Mining became a principal activity in the nineteenth century, as well as many practical trades like sailmaking, shipbuilding, etc (it was the advent of rail that allowed timbers from the interior easy portage to the area). Many sailors who jumped ship and faced prosecution in England could find work here, where government was -for a long time- largely absent or lax.


HRM Government in Litus:

  • Ministries
  • House of Burghesses
  • Crown Governors of the Commonwealth Breaks

Administrative Divisions

The Breaks

  • Ablemarle
  • etc


Main article: Geography of Dominion of Litus

Lito's geography is mostly coastal mountains and coastal plains surrounding the Fhendiac Escarpment, roughly contiguous to most of The Shore. It includes the Vinesene Archipelago.

Canterbury Bay looking towards the Vinesene Archipelago


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