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Rangka Ouar Doyog: Doyog Pact's Contract

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Document Structure


Land: The Wlitowa Authority would own (and the Keyrit Order would recognize Wlitowa's sovereignty over) all land south of the Strait of Uketya, the Keyrit-Wlitowa Channel, and the Orayi Sea but would not claim likewise north. [*This part was broken with the formation of Welkwu as a Keyrit protectorate, and the treaty was modified thusly.]   Sea: Keyrit and Wlitowa would jointly patrol the waters between the two island-continents, as well as the Strait of Uketya, as well as the Orayi Sea. All goods permitted by both nations would be freely traded.   Alliance: Keyrit and Wlitowa would come to each other's aid if attacked, and by default (meaning, unless otherwise dictated by respective leaderships) will contribute troops to each other's offensive military excursions.   Misc: Wlitowa would provide a gift of fabrics; Wlitowa citizens could colonize Unterritory under Keyrit authority; Keyrit could station militia in Wlitowa for a fee; the married royal family would live in Keyrit.   Air: Upon the invention of manned flight, the treaty was modified to account for airspace. Flying mechanisms from one nation could fly over the other nation only if landing in the other nation. Airspace over water would be fair game.

Historical Details


The Keyrit Order and Wlitowa Authority were once fierce rivals. The Order was an upstart nation trying to establish a foothold on the southern seas, while Wlitowa made territorial excursions northward, causing an overlap in spheres of influence. Skirmishes on the seas were common, and many noble lives were lost.   However, the prince of Keyrit and the princess of Wlitowa brought an end to the rivalry, forcing the two nations together through marriage. Coincidentally, the festivities came exactly during the Tuhran invasion of Wlitowa. The Tuhran military had expected to take advantage of Wlitowa's external squabbles but, facing a united front, was dashed to pieces on the coastline. A joint counter invasion proved to be decisive, annihilating what leftover militia the Tuhrans could muster.   The Tuhran government set out to unconditionally surrender to the joint invasion, but the Wlitowa Authority and Keyrit Order hadn't been formally allied in writing. The marriage was certainly a reasonable agreement, but Keyrit needed to be recognized on paper in order for Tuhra to include them in the peace talks. As a result, just outside the easternmost city in Tuhra, on the slopes of Doyog Mountain, the Keyrit-Wlitowa Alliance was formed.


The Doyog Woyar Teya'aru is not the oldest treaty (Retrougo-Werai Migration Pact), the longest-lasting alliance (Irewa-proto-Ugoyt Alliance), or the longest-lasting standing treaty (Tuhra-Retrougo Trade Agreement), but it is the longest-lasting standing alliance. It was reinforced and modified in the Eastern Uprising. It was honored by the Wli-Tou-Rah during and after its revolution, if only out of fear of Keyrit retaliation and domination. The post-revolution government also upheld the treaty, until its annexation by the Ugo-yt Empire. Even then, the refugees were regarded as the Wlitowa Authority, and the treaty was maintained through the liberation of Wlitowa.

Public Reaction

The general public took the previous rivalry much less seriously than the leadership, viewing the other side as friendly competitors. The treaty didn't change anything, but at least alleviated the chance of all-out war. The treaty itself was easily eclipsed by the royal marriage, which was proclaimed to and enjoyed by all Wouraiya.

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