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Tokuguku - 黑子國 Tsonšiguku
Normal Banner on left, War Banner on right
Normal Banner on left, War Banner on right
Capital: Tsonshi City
Languages: English, Tokuguo, Manchu, Evenki, Even
Government: Absolute Monarchy (Tsenkaanguku)
Monarch: Malung Tsenkaan
Formation: Mid-2021
Dissolution: 2023.04.04
World: Earth Map
Server Region: Tungusic Region
Cities: Tsonshi City, Halbin, Mukden
Neighbors: Tsonshi-China, Tsonshi-Sanjiazi, Republic of Korea

This article is about the former country. For the modern state, see Tokuguku.

Tsonšiguku or recognized as Tokuguku and abbreviated as TKG by the UN (English official name: Imperial Kingdom of Toku) is a historical country that was entirely located within the Tungusic Region between Mongolia and the East Sea. It bordered Tsonshi-China and Tsonshi-Sanjiazi on the west and the Republic of Korea in the south. The nation's capital and most populous city was Tsonshi City. The most developed areas were Mukden Province and Tsonshi Province.

Government and Politics[edit]

Tsonshiguku was an absolute monarchy with a lower and higher advisory council (Council, High-Court). The country had a sort of heirarchical system with an Emperor (Tsenkaan) at the top having the absolute power of Tsonshiguku. Under it stood the provincial leaders (Kaan(s)), and on the bottom you had Chiefs that took care of the districts of Tsonshiguku.

But this only partially applied to the Northern Provinces as they were more of a wilderness where administration was not very enforced.

Other entities outside of Tsonshiguku for example Tsonshi-China and Tsonshi-Sanjiazi had their own administrative system but with the Tsenkaan as head of state, but in reality the Tsenkaan had only partially administrative power within them.

The Military High Command of Tsonshiguku also dominated a large part of the government, a main reason of this was the leader of the Military High Command (Jospel), which was the second most influencial and richest individual next to the Tsenkaan, making the Military and the Military High Command powerful within Tsonshiguku's economy and politics.

Administrative Divisions[edit]

Administrative Divisions of Tsonshiguku/Tokuguku as of 2023.03.16

Tsonshiguku was divided into 11 provinces, each overseen by an appointed Kaan. 6 provinces were in Tsonshichiguku meanwhile the 5 other were classified as the Northern Provinces. Inside these provinces there are districts (exceptions being Hinggan Province, Tsogoron Province and Okat Province), Districts are individually maintained by one or multiple appointed chiefs. In total there are 23 districts

Foreign Relations[edit]

Tsonshiguku was an alliance leader of the Tsonshi Pact, which was formed before the start of the Chinese War. Because of this Tsonshiguku had close relations with the Kuchean Empire and Macan Empire.


Tsonshiguku ranked one of the highest in military personell in Asia being around 5-7 soldiers, main reason of this was the conscription laws of Tsonshiguku and recent war tensions. But Tsonshiguku lacked in actual in-game warfare, as most of the recent wars really saw no actual battles.

Tsonshiguku's Military was comprised of three branches TPA (Tsonshi People's Army), TIA (Tsonshi Imperial Army) and TMHC (Tsonshi Military High Command).


Tsonshiguku was a developing country, with 38% of it's population not having diamond armour or tools, as of February 2023. The country had a mixed economy with most transactions, imports and exports handled by the government. Agriculture was a very big part of the economy of Tsonshiguku, mostly comprised of state-owned farms.

Tsonshiguku having a history of being a secluded and isolated place had not many trades outside the country. But still it thrived during the Inkaan Period when most state transactions were made with beacons.


South of Tsonshiguku remained mostly homogenous being the Toku Culture the dominant in the lands stretching from Mukden to the Tungus Province. And in the Northern Provinces it was more multicultural, having Manchu, Even and other Jurchen/Tungusic ethnic groups.

Toku Culture originated from the land near Tsonshi City, and later spread west and north. But the Toku culture would later become partially sinicized which was more prelevant in Mukden Province.


The government of Tsonshiguku hadn't really invested much in the aspect of lingustics, but had active policies around language-learning, for example each province had one or multiple appointed languages in which was encouraged to use those languages in example signs. But most signs were in English and very few were in any other languages.