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"Parchment founded during the recent raid in the Chinese Federation on suspected Peace Mark base. By me, dear Cynthia and those disgusting chinks the MSS. The initials N.A are all that indicate of the writer of the parch that this information was written on. With interesting words spoken at the end, must investigate more."

OSI Special Agent Harald Thompson of his majesty's Special Branch KAB. (PS this English plank has no idea of what the world's history is).

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     55 BC- 43 AD 
  • The Celtic tribes of the British Isles unite and make Eowyn Chieftain after repelling Julius Caesar's invasion of the British Isles.
  • 55 BC: Caesar invades southern Britain for the second time, but has to retreat. The efforts of the Britons and their chosen leader / high king Cassivelaunus are of minor importance, and Cassivelaunus' kingdom doesn't last after the end of the threat.
    • Around the year 0, Jesus is born and from there Christianity is born. The immortal T.T starts his long relationship with the Britannian Imperial Family, with the legend of Eywoin rising from him.
  • 43 AD - Rome successfully invades Britannia, reducing Chieftain Llewlyn's territory to a fraction of its size.

     44 AD- 1100 AD 
  • 5th-6th Century - Anglo-Saxon invaders drive Chieftain Wynne to flee to modern day South Wales.
    • 1000 a.t.b Heian war period, Sumeragi’s during this time created the Sumeragi’s Legacy.
  • 1066 AD - Chieftain Daman (note: Daman is the first non-legendary Britannian ruler. The authenticity of those before him is still questioned) allies himself with William II, Duke of Normandy against Harold Godwinson. As a result of victory, William makes Daman Duke of Britannia, therefore making Daman one of the few native Britons to keep power.
    • The Sumeragi's and Kururugi's were descended from the Minamoto and Taira's (which line they descent has been disputed by each other over generations), with the Osasake's the main subordinates of the Kururugi's through the centuries. The Kubouin's family an offspring of the Fujiwara, though by modern day he is the only one left due to not being able to have kids and his clan's bloodline getting weaker and weaker each generation.

     12th Century-15th Century 
  • Kubai Khan decides to invade Japan as part of his desire to see Huns' rule from Europe to the Pacific. Invasion fails thanks to what the Japanese saw as divine providence of storms and the sea bashing the fleet.

     16th Century- 18th Century 
  • Sengoku Period- Nobunaga Oda carries out his campaign of conquest during the years 1560 to his death at Honnoji in 1583 thanks to the betrayal of Mistuhide Akechi, who is found dead three weeks after the incident. During this time, the Naban trade begins, with Portugal and Holland being the main traders, bring vast amount of advanced technology with them, along with finding that Sakuradite can actually be useful in gun tech and as an energy source.
  • The Date Clan in Oshu become long-term traders with the Dutch and Christianity is that is taught by Scottish members of the Dutch crew practiced by the daughter of Masamune Date.
  • The Taiko Hideyoshi Toyotomi takes up Nobunaga’s campaign of unification achieving the goal by 1590 and dreams of unification of Asia Invades Korea and fights for several years against Korea and China, claiming Korea and Machiania in the process thanks to advance use of Sakuradite guns and warships that the Dutch and British traded with Japan.
  • 1598 Hideyoshi dies from Plague leaving his only heir Hideyori 2 years old behind, Ieyasu Tokugawa makes his move to claim all of Japan after Toshie Maeda ends up dead of old age.
  • 1600 a.t.b Battle at Sekigahara Ieyasu wins despite his son being held up by Sanada Clan at Ueda thanks to defection of western officers like Masanori Fukushima and Kiyomasa Kato after they found out about Mitsunari planning to betray the Toyotomi. Records say Ieyasu had the aid of the Sumeragi and Kururugi clan as well in battle leading to his decisive win.
  • 1603 Ieyasu becomes shogun, 1605 Hidetada becomes shogun. William Adams becomes adviser to Ieyasu during these years, encouraging him to trade with Britain and develop western tech. While going against catholic Christianity. Also got Ieyasu to increase expansion in China, Ieyasu sent Clans like the Shimazu, Osakabe, date and Kururugi to oversee the campaign of claiming eastern parts of China. Though progress is small due to large Chinese Counterattacks and Korean resistance activities.
    • Ironically keeping his enemies busy and from harming his new government and samurai happy with more warfare keeping them from taking out their aggression on the other castes.  Which includes the Sumeragi’s in a high position of become chief advisers to the Emperors. These and future military campaigns would be funded by Sakuradite being sold to European powers and as well as encouragement of merchant class to grow.
  • 1614 The Ninja war between ninja clans the Kirihara’s, Kouga, Iga and the Hanzo’s commences to decide Hidetada’s successor. After a ten day gruesome battle. Kirihara’s are the winners, having been along with the Kouga the representatives of Tokugawa Tadanaga. Leading him to become the third Tokugawa Shogun in 1623.
    • Tadanaga keeps trade open with Britain and the Dutch but restricts Spain and Portugal trade. But allows Protestant Christianity to flourish on a small scale. Tadanaga also oversees more expansion of Japan into China, converting many Chinese Citizens by offering better life and security under his reign. His military skills are emphasised by his leading of taking Shanghai in 1634. Acquiring Chinese Cotton and shipping routes in the process, crippling China’s ability to trade with western powers. Though Japan would have little luck expanding their empire for the next century, instead deciding to focus on soft powers to increase their power and wealth. But the fall of Shanghai and Korea left a very bitter mark amongst the Chinese and Koreans.
  • 17th Century a.t.b.
    • Elizabeth I, who remained single throughout her life, bears a son, Henry IX. The potential fathers — Sir Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester; Sir Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex; and Sir Carl, Duke of Britannia — gain influence and power with this knowledge.
    • Henry IX ascends to the throne after the death of his mother in 1603 A.D. or 1657 a.t.b., starting the Golden Age of the Tudor Dynasty.
  • 18th century
    • The American Revolution begins as is familiar. However, several massacres on Loyalist civilians result in a surge of popularity for the war in Britain, and after Lord North resigns as PM, Hardliner Mc Givehard becomes his successor (name changed). Against all reason and further fuelled by the French involvement, the war becomes a matter of national prestige. Enlistment is changed from lifelong service to service for the duration of the crisis plus two years as a temporary matter, and the number of active line regiments in the American theatre triples in size.
      • While the American army is lacking in artillery and cavalry, as well as officers, so do their enemies, and they win pitched battle after pitched battle by sheer weight of numbers, excepting several minor defeats against significant French forces.
      • On the European front, the British fare less well: neglect of the actually decisive theatre result in the loss of Gibraltar and, more significantly, in a vast naval battle south of Ireland in which the French Ponant Fleet surprises (fog) and engages a significant portion of Britain's home fleet (amounting to no less than twenty-five liners).
    • The French have the wind, better ships and gunners, as well as the element of surprise which prohibited the British from forming a proper line of battle. The Royal Navy is utterly incapacitated by their defeat, which costs them eleven ships of the line, besides numerous frigates and sloops-of-war.
    • Pragmatically, HM Government decides that rebuilding would be too costly and that money is more effectively spent on the army. Though subsequent governments reaffirm the fleet as the wooden walls of the country, they never get around to bringing it back up to its pre-war levels. Meanwhile, in the Americas, the Revolution is crushed.
    • Many Patriots flee the revenge of their Loyalist brethren into New Spain, the British Caribbean or French America. Lacking the means to transport them back, the vast majority of British recruits is settled in the colonies, ensuring their loyalist sensibilities for the foreseeable future.
    • In mainland France, a Corsican boy with a strange name and a keen mind enters the military academy at Brienne-le-Chatéau.
      • Revolution time, again, probably around 1785 or so. Procession is fairly standard — due to the recent POV, many of the same names show up, and politically the first democratic republic of modernity is in even more trouble than OTL as she tries to find herself. Lévée en Masse nevertheless makes military advances possible. In 1789, said Corsican first comes to the attention of the government when he distinguishes himself in the Siege of British-occupied Calais and publishes a pro-Republican manifesto. We all know how that turns out.

     19th Century 
  • By now the patriotic fervour in Britain has been slowly erased by endless war without significant victories (excepting the campaigns of Governor Wellesley in British East India, which fail to produce much of an impact on Europe), Napoléon and his Empire are much admired by the intellectual classes.
  • Still, the invading French forces have to fight the people as well as the army, though they are joined by a minor uprising in Scotland shortly after the fall of London. Fortunately for the French, that minor uprising also forces the king and the royal family to flee the country for the colonies. Louis Bonaparte becomes King Louis II Napoléon (remember Louis VIII?) of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. His concern for his people and his willingness to stand up to his despotic older brother, who is increasingly preoccupied with the periphery of the Grand Empire (Spain in particular), make him genuinely popular after the first few years.
    • In a stroke of genius, his son and heir will marry the granddaughter of George III, Victoria, thus further legitimising his claim to the British throne. Torn between his loyalist sensibilities and the fact that the governors of the EIC have been submitted by Louis, Governor Wellesley declares that British India has no part until the "civil war" is completed, but will continue to trade with their countrymen in Britain. Contacts with China intensify.
  • Meanwhile, the royals set up capital in Boston. By 1818, when no attempts at reconquest have been made, murmurs start that there should really be some kind of colonial parliament in default of Westminster, the king grants the loyal colonies a charter that de facto institutes a three-chambered parliament, consisting of a House of Commons, the House of Lords (including the new nobility of the colonies), and the Senate-that-insists-it-is-an-advisory-body-only, which represents the different colonies. All hail the benevolence of the Democrat King, ahem.
  • Napoleon War years: early 19th Century A multi-front war between the Bonapartist bloc (France, Spain, Britain, Germany, Poland and Sweden) against the Russian bloc (Russia, Ottomans, Finland Britannia, Italy) against Austria against China sparked by tensions in the Balkan (panslawism etc) and Italy (Trentino Veneto, French Italy). Lasts from 1803 to 1817, Napoleon having huge success in the first seven years, beating and taking Britain
  • Eventually due to Napoleon backstabbing Spain and alienating the King of Sweden Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte, along with his attempts to take Russia led to his defeat at Waterloo in 1815 or 1870 a.t.b thanks to Duke Wellington, who had stayed in Europe after the British Monarchy had fled to the new world. With Wellington having been the one to set up Euro
    • Revolutions happen. Monarchies get overthrown in Central Europe. Leading to the eventual creation of Euro Britannia that is made up to descendants and remnants of these monarchies in Europe. They are given full Independence from Britannia, but still allied with its cause and system.
  • 1807 AD - French forces invade Britain and occupy London. Elizabeth III flees to Edinburgh. A revolutionary militia arrests her and Elizabeth III is forced to abdicate the throne. This event would later be dubbed "The Humiliation of Edinburgh". Napoleon places a puppet-monarch as ruler of Britain. Ricardo von Britannia, Duke of Britannia and Elizabeth's lover, along with his subordinate Sir Richard Hector, Knight of One, manage to break Elizabeth III out of prison and escape to the New World.
  • 1813 AD - Ricardo von Britannia is proclaimed heir by Elizabeth III while on her deathbed. Ricardo succeeds Elizabeth III soon after. Since he was not the closest blood relative of Elizabeth III, Ricardo launches nationalistic propaganda to legitimize his ascension. This includes promoting the legend of Eowyn as the first great defender of the Britons.
  • Ricardo also says that the Humiliation was a sign by God to start anew across the sea and away from the chaos in Europe. He therefore proclaims the British North American colonial lands as the Holy Britannian Empire.
  • To prevent revolutionary reactions, Ricardo surprisingly has a constitution written up. The Ricardian Constitution states that the armed forces are loyal and answerable only to the Emperor and that a non-elected House of Lords and an elected Senate will be established. State legislatures also consisting of elected officials are set up to oversee regions within the empire. However, voting rights is reserved for the land-owning wealthy elite. New York City is also proclaimed as the new capital.
  • Ricardo also changes the calendar system as a symbol of Britannia's connections with Europe being severed, which uses the ascension of Eowyn as its epoch. The new calendar serves as a reminder to the Britannians to never forget the loss of the British Isles. The year is then established to be 1868 A.t.b. However, due to the fact that most if not all Britannians were used to using the Gregorian Calendar for centuries, many people and government officials mistakenly wrote down the Gregorian year, but with a.t.b. instead of A.D. As a result, the idea of offsetting the Gregorian calendar by 55 years was simply replaced by using a.t.b over A.D.
  • In order to ensure the security of the new Holy Britannian Empire, all overseas forces are recalled to the Americas. As a result, the Maratha Empire in India take over the sub-continent, which would eventually include Bengal, Kashmir, and Ceylon. Immediately after British withdrawal, the Maratha Empire forms and maintains trade relations with the various European powers. With no British influence in the region, the Maratha Empire is able to keep all of the wealth gained via trade.
  • Convicts and settlers in Australia are also abandoned by colonial forces when the recall is issued. Feeling abandoned, the settlers/convicts who were left behind decide to form their own government with no ties to Napoleon's Britain or Ricardo's Britannia. The Australian Confederation is founded as a result.
  • Britannia start's its control over North America, either integrating Native American tribes who were allied with the British during the American Revolution, or wiping out the ones who oppose Britannia's culture and social structure.
  • 1818 AD
    • The succession of Napoleon II, L'Aiglon, prompts the crumbling of the Grand Empire. As he is still too young to rule by himself, a regency council of Marshals and uncles takes over rule, rather ineffectively. Rebellion brews in Germany and the Italian states (such as remain), as well as discontent in Paris with the governance of the country, and eventually the council under the leadership of Marshals Soult and Berthier and Prime Minister Talleyrand tries to salvage their reputation by reforming the constitution of France to actually give the three councils some power; as well as by turning the situation in Germany and Italy to their advantage by creating unified, though deliberately kept-weak, nation states of them.
    • For the moment, nationalists and liberals in both countries are too grateful to mind German and Italian territories still integrated into the French Empire, and within a decade, Germany becomes one of France's most reliable allies. The Confederation of the Rhine is transformed into a trilateral panel of Germany, France and the Helvetic Republic (odd one out), which later becomes the core of the European Union.
  • 1830 a.t.b
    • The colonies, now known as New Britain or indeed the Empire of Britannia, steadily expand west and then south, facilitated by never actually making peace with France and Spain (who really are just trying to get rid of their American colonies by this point). As the new "Areas" are controlled by the Crown, Parliament is slowly marginalised as the imperial influence expands to the original colonies. Parliament is powerless to stop it, and eventually, after the integration of those areas, handed "control" of them (i.e., people there can vote for them) without any real increases in their power.
    • Prompted by military victories (without real opposition) a new Britannian nationalism arises, exemplified by popular histories claiming the Emperor to be in the tradition of Eowyn (who is claimed to be the real Cassivelaunus) without any real evidence, as well as by the popular operas of German immigrant composer Richard Wainwright.
    • He writes in English, but very often in a Germanic cultural tradition. Nevertheless, with imperial support and sponsorship, works like The Thames-Gold, The Valkyrie, Sigurd, Twilight of the Gods or The Master-Poets of London, Rienzi: Last of the Tribunes, Tristan and Isolda, and so forth and so forth capture public imagination and project a new national identity of his adopted homeland.
    • 1866-1875 ATB - Reign of Odysseus es Britannia. Britannian's start settling in Russia's former Alaska territories. The region is incorporated into Britannia as a colony as opposed to complete annexation
    • 1875-1879 ATB - Reign of Ivan ve Britannia. Dies from food poisoning
    • 1879-1882 ATB - Reign of Heinrich un Britannia. Is found bludgeoned to death in his bed
    • 1882-1885 ATB - Reign of Peter iv Britannia. Is shot by political radicals
    • 1885-1890 ATB - Reign of Benjamin ha Britannia. Britannia's rapid industrialization continues on
    • 1890-1892 ATB - Reign of Giovanni tu Britannia.
    • 1892-1895 ATB - Reign of Stephen cle Britannia. Stephen becomes an avid reader of the works of social evolutionary philosophers such as William Graham Sumner and John Fiske, who promote Herbert Spencer's idea of social darwinism. Seeing the similarities between social darwinism and Britannia's doctrines/principles, Stephen decides to embrace social darwinism and use it as a basis of his policies. One such example was in 1894, where Stephen sent in the Royal Guard to use whatever force necessary to rid the labor unions protesting the railroad companies, on the basis that giving power to the lower class will disrupt the natural order and therefore Britannia's overall development. The Royal Guard manages to put down the unions on strike, while also killing/arresting many laborers in the process.
    • 1895-1900 ATB - Reign of William mc Britannia. Earl Alfred T. Mahan, a Captain for the Imperial Britannian Navy, advises his superiors that in order for Britannia to continue surviving, Britannia will need to have secure shipping lanes, a modern navy, and access to natural resources/foreign markets. William takes Earl Mahan's advice and starts allocating much funds to the armed forces. Britannia's newly built, state of the art navy unveils itself in 1896 when Britannia decides to declare war on Panama, Cuba, and Haiti.
      • Within a year, all the Caribbean Islands and Panama are conquered. To make administration easier, the Caribbean Islands are merged into one entity, which like Panama would be given colony status. Britannia sends a giant Pacific Fleet to demand the surrender of Hawaii. Hawaii immediately capitulates and becomes a colony.
    • Brtiannian pride for William's leadership however is cut short when he is assassinated by a suspected anarchist.

     20th Century 
  • 1900-1911 ATB - With William assassinated Prince Fyodor ro Britannia ascends to the throne and begins his reign as Emperor. Fyodor and the colonial officials in Panama agree that a canal should be dug through the isthmus, therefore making trade from the Pacific to the Atlantic faster than ever. The project is started and is funded by the Britannian government along with powerful corporate conglomerates. Fyodor, however, would not live to see the project finished for the canal wouldn't be finished till 1914. The first ship to use the canal was Britannia's Fyodor, in memory of the late Emperor.
  • 1911-1922 ATB - Thomas wil Britannia takes the throne upon the death of his half-brother. In 1912, Archduke Amall Von Malcal is assassinated in the black forest's of southern Germany. Europe is enveloped with war and destruction. The British Republic, French Republic, Czarist Russia, Japan, and the Kingdom of Italy (Allied Powers) fight against the German, Austro-Hungarian, and Ottoman Empire (Central Powers). Thomas, however shows no interest in Europe's war mainly due to Britannia's promise to not intervene in European affairs made by James mon Britannia. However, many Britannian banks, corporations, and businesses thrive on the European war since demand for Britannian goods skyrocketed to levels never seen before.
  • 1916-1923 ATB - The Pan-American War. Thomas, along with military and political advisors, believes it is the right time for having Britannia's dream come true, which is having an empire spreading across the American contents. Previously, advisors told Britannian Emperors not to go into South America since European powers would not tolerate it. Despite the Treaty of Vienna, which barred Europe and nations in the Americas from interfering with one another directly, advisors feared that Europe would either simply break the treaty or find some legal loophole in it to justify their interference. Either method however would probably be the result of fear of Britannian hegemony.
    • Military strategists concluded that a combined European force could fight a prolonged war against Britannia, while economic advisors concluded that Britannia wouldn't have the economic capacity and resources to maintain the empire and fight against Europe.
      • However, Europe was busy with a war among themselves, so Thomas and his political allies decide to invade South America. The independent nations of South America pool all their forces together to stop the invasion. However, the Imperial Navy along with the newly created Britannian Air Corps manages to penetrate the lines and march into Colombia via Panama. An amphibious invasion is also launched along the Brazilian coastline. By 1920 ATB, Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela are conquered and converted to colonies. In 1922, to avoid losing their positions, high ranking corrupt politicians and leaders within Argentina, Peru, and Brazil decide to capitulate in exchange for colonial status and noble titles/positions in the future colonial government.
    • Britannia agrees with the terms and Argentina, Peru, and Brazil become colonies of Britannia. The war, however would last one more year when Britannia conquers the rest of the continent, giving Bolivia to Peru, Chile to Argentina, Guyana to Brazil, and dividing Uruguay and Paraguay among Brazil and Argentina.
    • Unknown years - Late 19th to Early 20th Century a.t.b.
      • Western Europe erupts in war featuring tanks and trenches are fought as seen in which C.C. took part in. This helps to lead to the EU Borders being changed, mainly in the formation of Germany by Prussia and Prussian lands being given to Poland as part of the formation of Germany.
    • Between 1930 a.t.b and 1938 a.t.b the Great War begins between all sides, leading to Britannia gaining territory, downfall of Japan’s status as a superpower they have held since early 16th Century. With China taking its place as the Asian Superpower after they fought back against Japanese occupation and cruel acts like sex for comfort and forced labour.
      • EU remains neutral in the war, but run the peace talks between the three sides in Paris.
    • 1944 a.t.b. / 1889 A.D.
      • Japan loses the Great War that leads to the Imperial Families downfall and the embrace of democracy across Japan as a result.
1955 a.t.b -1965 a.t.b Emblem of Blood happens, Charles parents are killed. He and V.V make a pact to change the world and rid it of lies.1965 a.t.b/ 1920 A.D.
  • the Silent Grass Slasher of the Kyoto House Sumeragi is Born.           
  • The Knight of Eight is born.    
  • 1984 a.t.b. / 1929 A.D.
    • 1st Prince Odysseus eu Britannia is born.
  • 1986 a.t.b. / 1931 A.D.
    •  1st Princess Guinevere su Britannia is born.
  • 1990 a.t.b. / 1935 A.D.
    • 2nd Prince Schneizel el Britannia is born.
  • 1991 a.t.b. / 1936 A.D.
    • 2nd Princess Cornelia li Britannia is born.
  • 1992 a.t.b. / 1937 A.D.
    • 3rd Prince Clovis la Britannia is born.
  • 1995 a.t.b/1940 A.D
    • First Pacific War Begins between Japan and EU vs Britannia and China
  • 1998 a.t.b. / 1943 A.D.
    • The 97th Emperor of Britannia is overthrown, and Charles zi Britannia ascends to the Britannian throne. Charles also marries Marianne vi Britannia. With V.V. they plan to build a weapon to destroy the Gods.
    • First Pacific War Ends,Genbu Kurugui starts his two terms as Prime Minister after his heroic's during the war, one between 1998 a.t.b to 2000 a.t.b and another from 2006 a.t.b to his death in 2010 a.t.b.
  • 1999 a.t.b/ 1944 A.D
    • Mildred (Milly) Ashford of the Britannian Noble family the Ashford’s and granddaughter to Ruben K. Ashford is born.

     21st century. 
  • 2000 a.t.b. / 1945 A.D.
    • 11th Prince Lelouch vi Britannia son of Empress Marianne vi Britannia the flash is born.
    • Suzaku Kururugi, son of Japanese Prime Minister Genbu Kururugi is born.
    • Kallen Kozuki/Stadtfeld Ace of the Black Knights and Zero Squadron commander is born.  
    • Princess Maribelle the 88th Princess of Britannia is born.
    • Oldrin and Orpheus Zevon of the Zevon family are born.
  • 2001 a.t.b. / 1946 A.D.
    • 3rd Princess Euphemia li Britannia is born.
  • 2003 a.t.b. / 1948 A.D.
    • 4th Princess Nunnally vi Britannia is born.
    • 5th Princess Carine ne Britannia is born.
    • Kaguya Sumeragi of the Kyoto House Sumeragi is born.
  • 2009 a.t.b. / 1954 A.D.
    • Marianne vi Britannia is killed. Her children, Lelouch vi Britannia and Nunnally vi Britannia, are sent to Japan as political hostages.
  • 2010 a.t.b / 1955 A.D.
    • After the Indochinese Peninsula was conquered by Britannia and named Area 10, Japan, which was originally neutral, decided to align its policy with Chinese Federation and EU's politics and apply economic pressure upon Britannia — an event referred to as the Oriental Incident. Both the Chinese Federation, the EU and their allies blockade the ports of Britannia in an effort to come to negotiations.
August 10th, 2010 a.t.b / 1955 A.D.
  • The Second Pacific War erupts; the one-month war results in the conquering of Japan by Britannia after Prime Minister Genbu Kururgi is 'found' to have committed seppuku. The end of the war signifies Japan as a formal colony of Britannia, renamed Area 11 and its citizens "Elevens".
  • 2014 a.t.b / 1959 A.D  
  • 2015 a.t.b / 1960 A.D
    • December 2, 2015 a.t.b. /1960 A.D      
  • 2016 a.t.b / 1961 A.D
    • The group Peace mark attacks the Britannian Base in Area twelve leading to the slaves being held there released and the incident leading to the resignation of Viceroy Duke Calares and his replacement of Princess Maribelle taking over the job of Viceroy of Area 12 after she came to agree a deal with the resistance fighters and one of peace marks operatives.
  • 2017 a.t.b. / 1962 A.D.
    • Viceroy and Third Prince Clovis la Britannia is killed by Zero.
    • Area 18 is established after Princess Cornelia li Britannia conquers Libya in Africa.
    • Second Princess Cornelia li Britannia is appointed Viceroy of Area 11, naming Third Princess Euphemia li Britannia as sub-viceroy. Cornelia immediately begins her campaign to bring Zero to justice.
    • Zero forms the Order of the Black Knights. Its membership expands with each victory. All attempts to destroy the Black Knights end in failure as they continue to succeed against Britannia.

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