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The Federation of Hangates of Athara Magarat

Balnik wrote:Virgin Raedlon vs Chad Gael

Thad Argus

The Much love from Polar of Aizcona

Athara Magarat wrote:Not good. We had over 9,000 cases yesterday. 8,000 cases day before. 7,000 day before that. 5,000 day before that.

I won't be surprised if we have 10,000+ cases by tonight.

We currently have the highest spike rate in world while India has largest actual numbers daily. I guess this is what India-Nepal bhai-bhai meant.

"Hindu khatre mein hain" propaganda by BJP that made the Modi administration host Kumbh Mela has ruined both countries. Over 9.1 million people attended this.

In Indian states like Madhya Pradesh, 99% of returnees from Kumbh Mela tested positive.

Thats rough man. Stay safe

The Federation of Hangates of Athara Magarat

Aizcona wrote:Thats rough man. Stay safe

Thanks a lot :)

The Federation of Hangates of Athara Magarat

Nhoor wrote:An updated map of Raedlon, now featuring Alteran Republics and Ukrusia. I kept Almorea on it as it may return in the near future. If you are on this map and want to add stuff (cities, mainly), please TG me!

Edit: oh wait, I should add a link to the map...

http://dulminis.nl/nhoor/raedlonbig.png

If you want Magarati cities in there

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/276069920901431318/840043882146037790/cities.png

1, 2 and 3. Three Islands (best places)
4. Western Hangate (okay place)
5. Eastern Hangate (okay place except for Khumbuwan region which has terrorists and criminals)
6. Ipachi State (even more dangerous than Khumbuwan with some Catholic insurgents of Chatha and Islamists thrown in)
7th Hangate. Northern San Montagna
8th Hangate. All other disputes territories

In the end, only 2 hangates (Western and Eastern plus Sinja from the Three Islands) under actual Magarati control. The islands are very independent.

Population breakdown -

Tapu Sahar/Myagdi Island = 10 m
Sinja = also 10 m (but few thousand here and there lower than Tapu Sahar)
Newa Island/New Forest = 11 m
Ipachi State = 10 m
Rest of mainland Magarat except Ipachi State = 4 m
Total = 36 m

00. Tapu Sahar

TBD Tapu Sahar / Myagdi Island TBD 10 million population

its own hangate

01. Sinja (should be its own hangate and dispatch)

Hangate: Sinja

Hangunma of Sinja: Manisha Basnet

Settled: TBD

Population: 10 million

Historical Gun: Nine Khas Gun

Primary Culture: Khas

Primary Religion: Mastoism of Oelasthiriasi Protacism

Sinja

History

TBD

02. New Libang

Hangate: Western Hangate

Hangun of New Libang: Kabir Balali

Settled: 1066

Population: 2 million

Historical Gun: Four Kham Gun

Primary Culture: Kham (Western Kirati)

Primary Religion: Christianity (Church of Almorea, Nyssic Church, San Jimenez Catholic Church, San Montagnan Catholic Church, Segentovan Reformed Church and Whindism), Buddhism, Oelasthiriasi Protacism

New Libang is the capital of the Western Hangate. The historical city of Liba Hang has been divided between the Central Canal Authority (Old Libang) and Magarat (New Libang). Its population is around 1 million. New Libang is the administrative capital of Union of Argean Football Associations and TBDorganizations.

The earliest historical references to Liba Hang date to the 11th century (1066), when it was noted by contemporary sources such as Bhai Bhalanja the Bear (the man who invaded Townside with 12 nomadic clans) as the only Christian city in northern Magarat. Between the 13th and the 16th Century, it became the capital of the Khas-Kirat Empire several times.

After mid-16th Century, it was the capital of the historical Christian state of Liba Hangate. From 1918 to 1928, Liba Hang became the capital of the Magarati Dominion under Noronican crown and was called "Libang" by Nyssic administrators. During the Imperial War period, the city was the capital of the Empire of Magarat and thus became a major target for Free Powers bombing raids. Most of the city was destroyed after TBDBattle (TBDdate). After the Imperial War, the city was rebuilt and its Magarati part became "New Libang" and the areas transferred to the CCA by Free Powers came to be known as "Old Libang". In TBDdate, New Libang hosted the TBDsportsevent.

History

TBD

03. Thar City (Warning: Active War Zone)

Hangate: Ipachi State

Hangunma of Thar City: TBD

Settled: 1821

Population: 1 million

Historical Gun: Marubhumi Gun

Primary Culture: Tharu (Argean Ipachi)

Primary Religion: Buddhism, Oelasthiriasi Protacism

Thar City is a city in the disputed Ipachi State, which the Magarati government considers one of its 8 hangates while Razzgriz and her allies recognize it as an independent nation.

Thar City was founded in 1821 as a fortress city in the middle of the deserted Marubhumi region by Tharu clan leaders to defend against frequent invasions from both the Hangate of Chatha and San Montagna. The city is currently an active war zone and experiences frequent attacks from Catholic Chathese insurgents seeking Chathese unification, the Islamic State of Marubhumi and various other groups that the Magarati government considers to be part of "SHOCK". Clan wars are also extremely common and the Armed Police Force of Magarat and various foreign nations such as TBD maintain heavy presence in the city.

Thar City has two airports: the Marubhumi International Airport and the Thar City Airport. Several cultural institutions of the Tharu people are located in Thar City; including the Marubhumi Museum, the Kochila Tharu Museum, the University of Thar City (UTC) and the Marubhumi University of Science and Technology (MUST).

History

TBD

04. Temal

Hangate: Eastern Hangate

Hangunma of Temal: Lhamo Mikchan

Settled: TBD

Population: 1 million

Historical Gun: Temal Gun

Primary Culture: Tamang (Western Kirati)

Primary Religion: Buddhism

Temal is the largest city of the Eastern Hangate with about 1.3 million inhabitants and its cultural, economic and political center.

Temal is one of the largest Buddhist-majority cities in the Isles. Temal is host to many major international organizations, including the TBD. The city is located in the eastern coast of Magarat. The city center has been designated an ACESTI Heritage Site (??). Additionally to being known as the "City of Magarati Music" due to its musical legacy as the home of various Magarati musicians, seevral Khas-Kirati musical instruments, folk songs such as the Tamang Selo, Tam-pop in modern times and due to the fact that most of "Magarati songs and music videos" are produced in this city. Temal's ancestral roots lie in early Argean Ipachi, Ancient Roendavarian and Khas-Kirati settlements. The historic center of Temal is rich in architectural ensembles and includes many palaces, gardens, grand buildings, monuments and parks.

Temal is known for its high quality of life. TBDorganization ranked it as one of the most livable cities in the Isles. Temal regularly hosts urban planning conferences and is often used as a case study by urban planners. Temal is a prime destination for international congresses and conventions. It attracts over 6 million tourists every year.

History

TBD

05. New Forest

its own hangate 1 million population

TBD Sanaa

06. Khotehang (Warning: Active War Zone)

Hangate: Eastern Hangate

Hangun of Khotehang: Mang Mewahang

Settled: 1040

Population: 800K

Historical Gun: Majh Kirat Gun

Primary Culture: Kirat-Rai (Eastern Kirati)

Primary Religion: Yumaism of Oelasthiriasi Protacism

Khotehang is the second most populous city of the Eastern Hangate. The hangunate of Khotehang has a population of over 620,000.

For much of history, the area was part of various historical entities such as the Mahakirat Hangate, the Eastern Hangate or various smaller Eastern Kirati hangates. Khotehang was founded as a city in the year 1040 by TBDhistoricalfigure.

Khotehang is part of "Magarati Khumbuwan" (the so-called Khumbuwan region includes areas in northern Magarat, most of southern CCA and even some parts of Segentova) and an active warzone due to the Khumbuwani Insurgency. Other than being a hotspot for terror attacks, the city is also a hub for human trafficking (with most victims being Iza women from Corindia) and illegal drug trade. International criminal organizations such as TBD are active in the city while the Armed Police Force of Magarat and various foreign nations such as TBD maintain heavy presence in the city to combat terrorism and organized crime.

Khotehang has been ranked one of the worst cities to live in the Isles for several years. Despite this, Khotehang's population has been increasing at record rates since the early 2000s due to illegal migration. More than 25% of the total population of this city are believed to be illegal immigrants (most of them victims of human trafficking).

History

TBD

07. Ghan Pokhara

Hangate: Western Hangate

Hangunma of Ghan Pokhara: TBD

Settled: 1820s

Population: 700K

Historical Gun: Nine Gyarong Gun

Primary Culture: Tamu (Western Kirati)

Primary Religion: Buddhism, Oelasthiriasi Protacism

Ghan Pokhara is the second largest city in the Western Hangate after New Libang. It has a population of over 520,000. The city is located on the western Magarati coastline. It is one of the fastest growing cities in Magarat.

Ghan Pokhara was founded in the 1820s as an offshoot of the historical Ghale Gaun of the powerful Ghale clan. The Ghales invited other Tamu clans to settle in their land and introduced a system where immigrant families were adopted by Tamu clans; leading to rapid population growth. It was ranked among the best cities to live in the Isles by TBDorganizatons. Ghan Pokhara accommodates Academy City, an area devoted to research and education with some of the best schools in the Isles; Ghale Medical City, administrative area of medical care which includes Ghale General Hospital, Ghale Heart Hospital, Ghale Maternity Hospital and Tamuwan Rehabilitation Institute as well as a number of specialty clinics and support infrastructure. Finally, it also includes the Sports Zone, an international sports destination that includes Ghan Pokhara Stadium, Union of Argean Football Associations Stadium and the Ghale Aquatic Center.

Ghan Pokhara has been selected as host city of a number of sporting events, including TBDgames.

History

TBD

08. Myanglung

Hangate: Eastern Hangate

Hangun of Myanglung: TBD

Settled: 1680s

Population: 400K

Historical Gun: Yakthung Gun

Primary Culture: Kirat-Limbu (Eastern Kirati)

Primary Religion: Yumaism of Oelasthiriasi Protacism

Myanglung is the capital of Eastern Hangate. It has a population of around 380,000.

History

TBD

09. Kumaltar

Hangate: Western Hangate

Hangunma of Kumaltar: TBD

Settled: 1950s

Population: 100K

Historical Gun: Same Gun

Primary Culture: Kumal (Western Kirati)

Primary Religion: Christianity (Church of Almorea), Same Sect of Oelasthiriasi Protacism

Kumaltar is a city in the Western Hangate, with a population of over 120,000. The modern city of Kumaltar was founded in 1950s by Almorean Kumals (a Western Kirati people), who were "encouraged" to migrate to Magarat by the Almorean government in the aftermath of the Imperial War (by the year 1960, only around 3,000 Kumals still remained in Almorea). As one of the Free Powers nations occupying Magarat in the post-Imperial War period, Almorea stationed her soldiers in the area and many of them choose to settle down in Kumaltar with their Almorean Nyssic families.

History

TBD

10. Kamatpur (Warning: Active War Zone)

Hangate: Ipachi State

Hangun of Kamatpur: Madhav Rajbanshi

Settled: 1770s

Population: 3 million

Historical Gun: Koch Gun

Primary Culture: Rajbanshi (Argean Ipachi)

Primary Religion: Sotar Sect of Oelasthiriasi Protacism

Kamatpur is the largest city of the disputed Ipachi State, which the Magarati government considers one of its 8 hangates while Razzgriz and her allies recognize it as an independent nation. The population of Kamatpur is 3.3 million, which includes the Rajbanshi people various other ethnic groups (mostly Khas-Kirati or Argean Ipachi) of the Koch plains. Kamatpur serves as a political, cultural and economical center of the Ipachi State.

Kamatpur is located in the fertile Koch plains, which is also known as the "Granary of Magarat" for being the most (and one of the few) arable areas in the region. The city has been part of the various political entities such as the Jaring tribal confederation of the Three Star Ipachis, the Ancient Roendavarian colony of Corinthus Vendriothos, the Santhal-led Greater Ipachi Hangate and the Great Ipachi Hangate of Razzgriz-origin, San Montagna, the Santhal-led Hangate of Jaring, the Rajbanshi-led Koch Hangate, the Magarati Dominion under Noronican crown and the Empire of Magarat during the Imperial War period to name a few notable ones until the formation of the Ipachi State in 1949. The current Hangun of Kamatpur, Madhav Rajbanshi, was appointed by the Magarati federation but the city is de facto run by a council of tribal elders affiliated with the Ipachi State and the government of Razzgriz. Kamatpur officially became the capital of the Koch Hangate in 1770s and this decade is counted as the establishment of the city even though its history is much more ancient.

As a part of the disputed Ipachi State, the city is an active war zone and conflict between tribes affiliated who consider Ipachi State an independent country and armed outfits who pledged their allegiance to the Magarati federation has destroyed much of the city; resulting in many casualties.

Due to its long history, Kamatpur is known for its gardens, markets and palaces and well known examples being the Gardens of Aklia and the Golden Library (which more of a palace) of Kamatpur. Despite the ongoing fighting between tribes loyal to an independent Ipachi State and pro-Magarat groups, and add to that the presence of fighters from various Catholic Chathese outfits and the Islamic State of Koch; the city continues to develop due to its large population.

History

TBD

11. Shakti Khor (Warning: Active War Zone)

Hangate: Ipachi State

Hangunma of Shakti Khor: Carlina Chepang

Settled: 18th Century

Population: 60K

Historical Gun: Gaidu Guard

Primary Culture: Chepang (Western Kirati)

Primary Religion: Christianity (Chepang Catholic Church and San Montagnan Catholicism)

Shakti Khor is a city in the disputed Ipachi State, which the Magarati government considers one of its 8 hangates while Razzgriz and her allies recognize it as an independent nation.

Established as a fortress city after the Hangate of Chatha came under frequent invasions from either other Khas-Kirati or Argean Ipachi hangates or San Montagna, Shakti Khor became central to economic, financial, industrial, maritime, political and cultural life for the Chepang people (a Western Kirati group).

In the aftermath of the Imperial War, South Chatha was annexed by the San Montagnans while the self-proclaimed independent Ipachi State took over North Chatha territories including Shakti Khor. The 30th Parallel War between the San Montagnans and the Ipachi State ended in a stalemate and the international community recognized the 30th Parallel North Line as the border between San Montagna and Magarat. Neither the Magarati federation nor the Ipachi State recognize the 30th Parallel North and consider most of northern San Montagna to be their rightful territories. The predominately Catholic Chepangs in Ipachi State-occupied North Chatha then declared rebellion against both the semi-recognized Ipachi State and the Magarati federation. And thus, the city has been an active warzone and volunteers from San Montagnan Chatha (alleged to be funded by San Montagna and Miklania) arrive in Shakti Khor at large numbers to fight in the conflict.

Despite the city officially having been established in the 18th Century, the area has much more ancient history. The city has many Argean Ipachi, Ancient Roendavarian and Khas-Kirati (specifically Chepang) monuments. Shakti Khor is home to TBD ACESTI Heritage Sites, the Citadel of Aragonus the Great and the medieval Mandali Church. Other landmarks include the Shakti Khor Library, the University of Shakti Khor (USK) and the Academy of Shakti Khor (ASK). Shakti Khor is also home to several museums and cultural institutions, such as the Museum of Chatha, the Citadel of Aragonus Museum, the Museum of Chathaese Art, the Chepang Museum and the Chepang Catholic Church Museum.

History

TBD

12. Khiji

Hangate: Eastern Hangate

Hangun of Khiji: Anjiri Sunuwar

Settled: TBD

Population: 50K

Historical Gun: Wallo Kirat Gun

Primary Culture: Sunuwar (Eastern Kirati)

Primary Religion: Yumaism of Oelasthiriasi Protacism, Buddhism

Khiji is a city in the Eastern Hangate. It is located on the northeastern coastline of Magarat.

History

TBD

13. Star City

Hangate: Ipachi State

Hangunma of Star City: TBD

Settled: 1950

Population: 7 million

Historical Gun: Satar Gun

Primary Culture: Santhal (Argean Ipachi)

Primary Religion: Sotar Sect of Oelasthiriasi Protacism, Christianity (Church of Almorea, Nyssic Church, San Jimenez Catholic Church, San Montagnan Catholic Church, Segentovan Reformed Church and Whindism)

Star City is the capital of the disputed Ipachi State, which the Magarati government considers one of its 8 hangates while Razzgriz and her allies recognize it as an independent nation. The city is located at the southeastern coastline of the Magarat region. It was officially founded on 1950 as the capital of the semi-recognized Ipachi State; although the area has a much more ancient history as traditional homeland of the Santhal people and other Argean Ipachi tribes. Star City is the Ipachi State's second-most populous city after Kamatpur.

The landscape architect was TBDRazzgrizarchitect. The city's design divides it into numbered blocks as well as sectors for specified activities such as the Hotel Sector, the Banking Sector and the Embassy Sector. Star City was inscribed as an ACESTI Heritage Site? due to its modernist architecture and uniquely artistic urban planning.

All three branches of the semi-recognized Ipachi State's federal government are centered in the city: executive, legislative and judiciary. Star City also hosts foreign embassies of Razzgriz and TBDnations that recognize the Ipachi State as an independent nation. The city's international airport connects it to all other major Ipachi State cities and a few international destinations. It was one of the main host cities of TBD events.

History

TBD

14. Thami Chagu

Hangate: Eastern Hangate

Hangun of Thami Chagu: TBD

Settled: TBD

Population: 20K

Historical Gun: Thangmi Gun

Primary Culture: Thami (Southern Kirati)

Primary Religion: Buddhism, Christianity (Church of Almorea, Nyssic Church, San Jimenez Catholic Church, San Montagnan Catholic Church, Segentovan Reformed Church and Whindism)

Thami Chagu is a city in the Eastern Hangate. The city has a population of around 28,000.

History

TBD

15. Damak

Hangate: Eastern Hangate

Hangunma of Damak: Lasari Dhimal

Settled: 2,000 years ago

Population: 20K

Historical Gun: Damak Gun

Primary Culture: Dhimal (Eastern Kirati)

Primary Religion: Yumaism Sect of Oelasthiriasi Protacism

Damak is a city in the Eastern Hangate.

Damak has been inhabited by humans for at least 2,000 years and is considered one of the oldest cities in Magarat. It currently has a population of 26,000 people.

Damak has a port, shopping district and various hotels. It also has the Damak Airport with scheduled flights to domestic destinations around the Magarati federation and is a famous tourist spot.

History

TBD

16. Tin Thum Yakkhalen

Hangate: Eastern Hangate

Hangun of Tin Thum Yakkhalen: Muk Hangbang

Settled: TBD

Population: 20K

Historical Gun: Pallo Kirat Gun

Primary Culture: Dhimal (Eastern Kirati)

Primary Religion: Yumaism Sect of Oelasthiriasi Protacism

Tin Thum Yakkhalen is a city in the Eastern Hangate. While historically a town of the Yakhha people (most of whom migrated to Aprosia/New Aapelistan where they established their own hangate), non Khas-Kiratis such as the Iza people (most of whom were trafficked from Corindia to CCA and then into "Khumbuwani Magarat") constituted a majority of Tin Thum Yakkhalen's 24,000 residents with Yakkhas making up a significant minority.

History

TBD

17. Thak-sat-se


Map of Thak-sat-se


Hangate: Western Hangate

Hangunma of Thak-sat-se: TBD

Settled: 1620s

Population: 10K

Historical Gun: Four Thakali Gun

Primary Culture: Thakali (Western Kirati)

Primary Religion: Buddhism

Thak-sat-se is a city in the Western Hangate with an estimated population of 10,000. It was historically important as one of the most important trade hubs of the Khas-Kirat Empire.

History

Despite the area having a much more ancient history, Thak-sat-se was officially established as a city in 1620s by the Western Kirati Thakalis under the Bhattachan clan as Buddhist vassals of the Christian Liba Hangate. It served as an important trade hub of the Khas-Kirat Empire.

The city of Thak-sat-se lost its importance as a major trade hub as it was destroyed many times during various wars involving Liba Hangate, religious riots and natural disasters. Despite all of this, a considerable number of well-restored buildings still exist in Thak-sat-se.

Most of the city structures were built after the Great Fire of 1876.

Geography

TBD

Climate

TBD

Landmarks

TBD

18. Khani

Hangate: Western Hangate

Hangun of Khani: TBD

Settled: TBD

Population: 10K

Historical Gun: Iron Gun

Primary Culture: Chhantyal (Western Kirati)

Primary Religion: Oelasthiriasi Protacism, Buddhism

Khani is a city in the Western Hangate with a population of around 11,000. Since it is the homeland of the Chhantyals (a Western Kirati tribe), many tourists from Townside (a Chhantyal-majority nation) visit Khani. The city lies on the western Magarati coastline.

History

TBD

19. Helambu

Hangate: Eastern Hangate

Hangunma of Helambu: Karma Lhalungpa

Settled: 1950

Population: 10K

Historical Gun: Kagate Gun

Primary Culture: Hyolmo (Northern Kirati)

Primary Religion: Buddhism

Helambu is a city in the Eastern Hangate. Its population is around 10,000. While the area has a much more ancient history, it was officially founded in 1950 after the Imperial War ended.

History

TBD

20. Jiri


Map of Jiri






Hangate: Eastern Hangate

Hangun of Jiri: Pemba Deppa Jupude

Settled: 12th Century

Population: 5K

Historical Gun: Jiri Gun

Primary Culture: Jirel (Northern Kirati)

Primary Religion: Buddhism, Yumaism Sect of Oelasthiriasi Protacism, Christianity (Church of Almorea, Nyssic Church, San Jimenez Catholic Church, San Montagnan Catholic Church, Segentovan Reformed Church and Whindism)

Jiri is the smallest hangunate in Magarat. The town, situated in the Chuli Mountain Range, has around 5,000 residents.

History

Jiri is first mentioned in a 12th Century letter by the Xiangu Hang (of Wellsia) congratulating his nomadic Jirel cousins who had stayed in mainland Magarat for finally settling down. In 1322, yet another Xiangu source mentions the establishment of a castle in Jiri, which was sacked by the Hyolmos in 1499 during the Hyolmo-Jirel War. The entire town was also destroyed.

Jiri was rebuilt in 18th Century.

TBD

Climate

TBD

Landmarks

The most prominent landmark of Jiri is Jiri Castle. The castle is visible from almost any location in Jiri, being perched atop the steep Kazi Hill. The Shrine of Phombo and the Town Hall are also well-known landmarks.

TBD

Demographics

Around 5,000 people live in Jiri. Foreign residents in the town make up 81% of the population and the Magarati citizens are mostly Jirels (a Northern Kirati people).

Clans

The Jirel clans were historically granted the title and job of Tax Collectors in the Khas-Kirat Empire. The 12 clans of Jiri are -

  • Chhungpate:

  • Chyaba Chawe-Serba:

  • Deppa Jupude:

  • Devlinga Neware:

  • Gara Samba Chawe-Thabo:

  • Jupule Tumpule:

  • Mayokpa Chawe-Thungba:

  • Palpali Urbido:

  • Serba Tungule:

  • Thabo Kyambole:

  • Thungba Garchiga:

  • Thurbido Rarenje:

Arts

The Jiri Art Gallery as well as the Xiangu Museum are located in Jiri. The art gallery is a museum of modern and contemporary art. The building is an architectural landmark built by Wellsian architects. It was completed in November 2000 and forms a "black box" of tinted concrete and black basalt stone. The Xiangu Museum is showing a permanent exhibition on the cultural history of the Jirel people in mainland Magarat as well as the Xiangu Hangate of Wellsia.

Sports

Jiri has a local professional association football club, FC Jiri (nicknamed "Eastern Leopards"), which plays in the Magarati league system. The club plays at the 8,000-capacity Jir Park Stadium.

Economy

Despite not having any airport, Jiri has a lively tourist industry.

Transport

TBD

Education

Jiri has two schools, Jiri Secondary School (near the Jiri Castle) and Phombo Secondary School. Both schools have the same secretariat and administration.

Notable People

TBD

Twin Towns

TBD

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Sports in Westmoor

Professional Sports

The two most popular sports in Westmoor are rugby and football, both of which have professional leagues. There are regional leagues in all four states and there are two national football leagues, one men's league and one women's league, and one national rugby league. Football is played with the standard rules found on the international level while rugby has some variations that exist just within Westmoor. The national men's football league is used to seed the international football team, the Westmoor Men's Champion Team, which is funded by the Westmoorish federal government.

Westmoorish Men's Football League

The Westmoorish Men's Football League consists of four teams, one from each state. The official names of these teams are simply the name of their state (Bernow Men's Team or Noirhaven Men's Team). Each of these teams have colloquial nicknames, such as the Noirhaven Nosebleeds or the Lowland Tug Boats. Season play is organized as a Round Robin tournament where each team competes against each other twice. The two teams with the most wins go on to compete in the championship game known as the Black Creek Cup. When games end in a draw a rematch occurs. The Men's Football Season begins in January of every year and ends in July. The Black Creek Cup is traditionally played in August on Second Independence Day, though there have been years where the date had to be moved.

Westmoorish Women's Football League

The Westmoorish Women's Football League is structured almost identically to the Men's Football League, using the same ruleset and season schedule. However, the Women's Football League's championship game takes place in September on the anniversary of the crowning of King Albert.

Westmoor National Rugby League

The Westmoor National Rugby League plays Westmoorish Rugby, a regional variation on Rugby with rules similar to gridiron football.

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