Main Page

From Constructed Worlds
Revision as of 23:18, 15 June 2020 by Centrist16 (talk | contribs)
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Welcome to Conworlds
The New Home of the Constructed Worlds Wiki
3,030 articles in the wiki

Today is Tuesday July 27, 2021.

Information and Assistance
What is a conworld? | Active users | Editing tutorial | Getting Started | Worldmaking | Manual of Style | Mapmaking | Editing | Shortcuts | Policies | Top contributors
<<< Recent changes List of worlds and projects (3,030 articles) Forum Current events Discord
Flag of Sierra.svg
Flag of Cisplatina.svg
Flag of Azania.svg
Flag of Brazoria.svg
Flag of Hani.svg
Flag of Vespia.svg
Flag of Kaishuri.svg
Flag of Northeast Union.svg
Flag of Isokyria.svg
Flag of Alcenia.svg
Active projects: Altverse II  · Ocean City · Origo Mundi · Vandverse

Featured article

Flag of Liberta.svg Liberta | Selected constate
Map of Liberta

Author: Erik
Project: Independent
Capital: Liberta (city-state)
Population: 3,000,000
Leader(s): Consul(s) Lawson Guus, Marino Laurens, Gaius Destin
Summary: The Trinitarian Parliamentary Republic of Liberta (/lɪbɛrtɑ/) is a city-state located in the Atlantic Ocean, laying on the Great Meteor Seamount with a devolved Trinitarian System of Government. Liberta lies west of the Moroccan coast and south-west of the Iberian Peninsula. Its capital and only city is the City of Liberta and amasses for 96,99% of the total landmass of Liberta. The fauna of Liberta solely consists of megafaunal taxa of corals, sponges and sea urchins, together with 53 different species of fish, all originating from the seamount.

While Libertas land area is significantly minuscule in comparison to other countries in southern Europe, it has a nautical territory of 203,252 km2, in which it also occupies Hyéres and Plato Seamounts, and Cruiser Tablemount. These areas have been subject to multidisciplinary research. Liberta solely consists of the city of Liberta itself, together with “defense-walls” or breakwaters and McGarrett island (solely built for the construction of McGarrett International).

The Trinitarian Parliamentary system is unique to Liberta, where it is fully executed. The system works in partial terms of a parliamentary republic and consists of one chamber, being the "hall of decision" in the City Hall of Liberta. In the hall of the decision, there would be 100 men called the senators, these men where to be elected locally each fifth year, parallel to the consules, three men that together are the head of government and state. Another way to compare the trinitarian parliamentary system is by thinking of the senators as the chamber and the consules as the presidents in a comparison to the U.S. system.

In the international community, Liberta is seen as a an economic and cultural center, as well as so called "gate" to ancient Mediterranean culture. McGarett International Airport is the worlds second most anually trafficked , and serves as a major hub for over 30 airlines. As such, Liberta is an attractive tourist location, due to its well preserved Ancient Greek, Byzantine, and Romanesque architecture, as well as for its rich historical aspects of the country. (more...)

See the complete list of featured articles here.

Altverse Announcements

  • Although the wiki is called the Altverse Wiki, we intend to be the official Miraheze port for the Constructed Worlds Wiki from Wikia!
  • Maximum amount of "In the News/In the News of the Future" headlines is seven. Remember, one headline per user at a time.
  • Please review our Standards and Conventions page before submitting articles or editing.
  • Anyone with a suspicious username (eg 'Hjzc871x6x') will be deleted on-the-spot. This is due to vandalism concerns. Please make sure that when you sign up, you have an appropriate username, preferably the same one as on Wikia (if you have one).

Need Help?

In the News

Current events
All news mentioned are canonical to Altverse unless otherwise noted.
Eydis Stefanic (3).jpg
Following large-scale protests Eydis Stefanic, Chairwoman of the Nororist Party of Isokyria, (pictured) announces a new constitution will be adopted within the coming months allowing the first multi-party elections since 1935.*
Thirty-eight people are killed in a tornado outbreak in the Southeastern United Commonwealth.
Sierran governors in the Styxie form a pact to reopen business in the coming weeks despite a national stay-at-home order.
Elections in Korea are held amid the coronavirus pandemic, with turnout at 66.2%, the highest turnout rate since 1992.

* Non-Altverse

Ongoing: El Norte dispute, Second Cold War, Persian Gulf Crisis, Tourneser Freedom Front insurgency, 2020 Macedonian coup d'état
Recent deaths: Norman HunterJoe BrownAdam AlsingMargit FeldmanKerstin MeyerHank Steinbrenner

In the News of the Future

Featured media

United Commonwealth five dollar note (obverse).svg

The Continental Dollar known officially as the United Commonwealth dollar (symbol: Ȼ; code: UCD also abbreviated UCȻ) is the official legal tender of the United Commonwealth. In 1919 partisan forces of the Continentalist Party seized nearly 4,500 metric tons of gold reserves belonging to the Federal Reserve during a series of heists. It was the largest seizure of wealth in recorded history and dismantled the Federalist dollar, sending the global economy into a financial panic and finally a recession. Continental forces quickly attempted to alleviate the fears of international trading partners, printing a new series of tender that would act as a temporary promissory for the gold. With the death of Aeneas Warren the nation began refusing to return gold reserves to adversarial nations and former businessmen. In 1925 the currency was officially transitioned into a labour voucher and in 1948 the tender was turned to a fiat note.

The five dollar bill (shown above) depicts the Chicago skyline on its obverse and on its reverse Isaiah Landon. Because of its unique style, rejection of European style security features and color patterns it is highly sought after by collectors. Zhou Xinyue, depicted on the ten dollar note, was the first Asian-American to be depicted on legal tender in North America.

Recently featured:
  • Coming soon