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General InformationEdit

  • Head of the House of Osman: Sultan Mahmud I
  • Current Imperial House: Osman
  • Capital: Istanbul, formerly Constantinople
  • Currency: Akçe
  • Population: 30-60 million
  • Languages Spoken: Ottoman Turkish, Arabic
  • Ethnic Groups: Turk, Syrian,  Arab, Kurdish, Egyptian


Sultan Mahmud I; Padishah, Hünkar, Hakan ül-Berreyn vel-Bahreyn; Sovereign of the House of Osman, Sultan of Sultans, Khan of Khans, Caliph of the Faithful and Successor of the Prophet of the Lord of the Universe, Protector of the Holy Cities of Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem, Emperor of The Three Cities of Constantinople, Adrianople and Bursa, and of the Cities of Damascus and Cairo, of all Azerbaijan, of the Magris, of Barka, of Kairouan, of Aleppo, of Arabic Iraq and of Acem, of Basra, of Al-Hasa, of Dilen, of Ar Raqqah, of Mosul, of Parthia, of Diyarbakir, of Cilicia, of the Vilayets of Erzurum, of Sivas, of Adana, of Karaman, Van, of Barbary, of Abyssinia, of Tunisia, of Tripoli, of Damascus, of Cyprus, of Rhodes, of Candia, of the Vilayet of the Morea, of the Marmara Sea, the Black Sea and also its coasts, of Anatolia, of Rumelia, Baghdad, Kurdistan, Greece, Turkistan, Tartary, Circassia, of the two regions of Kabarda, of Georgia, of the plain of Kypchak, of the whole country of the Tartars, of Kefe and of all the neighboring countries, of Bosnia and its dependencies, of the City and Fort of Belgrade, of the Vilayet of Serbia, with all the castles, forts and cities, of all Albania, of all Eflak and Bogdania, as well as all the dependencies and borders, and many others countries and cities.

Ottoman Political StructureEdit

The Empire, by 1748, has a well-developed political structure, with various complimentary levels of administration. Supreme power is vested in the Sultan, who appoints his representatives based not on heredity or wealth, but on ability.

The Sultan appoints a Grand Vizier to administer the Empire and lead the Divan, and governors (Beys) to administer the provinces, called Vilayets. A select group of eleven Viziers meet in the Divan, a political body that allows them to debate the politics of the Empire and to make recommendations to the Sultan. The Sultan may take their recommendations if he pleases, but he may also reject them.

Provincial administration is done through a dual system, with the military (Central System) and civil administration (Provincial Governing) seperate. The "Central System" is given orders directly from the House of Osman (The Sultan).

Ottoman Social StructureEdit

Ottoman society is a class-based society, but with room for elevation, especially for those who serve in the military. The ruling class are called Askeri, and they comprise of the noblemen, military officers, and court officials. Religious officials are called the Ulema, and comprise of the muftis and imams. The müteferrika are young nobles.


Path to the ThroneEdit

  1. Grand Vizier: Ilyas Dana halil (Basil Brawlmonk IV)
  2. Sultana Mary Anna Osman
  3. Sultana Genevieve Osman
  4. Sultana Sparky Whitewolf

The Sultan's CouncilEdit

  • Grand Vizier: Ilyas Dana halil (Basil Brawlmonk IV)
  • Vizier of War: Charles Warmonk
  • Vizier of Finance: Nathaniel Crestbreaker
  • Vizier of Foreign Affairs: Mathieu Venables I

The Crescent CourtEdit

The Crescent Court is an assembly of all territorial leaders of the Ottoman Empire. They all meet and resolve what the Empire may be in need of. A Speaker heads this Court.

  • Speaker of the Court: Mathieu Venables


  • Nathaniel Crestbreaker of the Egyptian Coast
  • Richard Venables of the Constantinapole Region
  • Tylar Kroshbon of the Arabian Coast

The Protectorate's AssemblyEdit

The Protectorate's Assembly is an assembly of all representatives elected by the protectorates or appointed by the protectorates' leaders to have a voice in the Ottoman Government. Protectorates may opt out if they indicate such. Each Protectorate has two representatives to the Assembly. If an elected assembly member becomes Overlord of the Assembly, the leader may appoint a replacement or hold another election for someone who has held the seat previously.

  • Overlord of the Assembly: None



Military Information: Type: Professional Standing Army

  • Army (Not including militia-style garrisons):
    • 300,000 Ottoman Infantry (Muskets, Turkish Swords, Bows, Small Shield, Light Armor) [Infantry]
    • 45,000 Ottoman Spahis (Turkish Swords, Bows, Small Shield, Light Armor) [Cavalry]
    • 25,000 Syrian Spahis (Lances, Turkish Swords, Bows, Small Shield, Light Armor) [Cavalry]
    • 40,000 Ruthenian Spahis (Lances, Axes, Bows, Small Shield, Light Armor) [Cavalry]
    • 40,000 Ottoman Sipahi (Lances, Turkish Swords, Pistols, Bows, Small Shield, Chainmail) [Cavalry]
    • 100,000 Payade Topçı (Muskets, Turkish Swords, Small Shield, Chainmail) [Infantry]
    • 30,000 Svari Topçı Neferi (Muskets, Turkish Swords, Small Shield, Chainmail) [Cavalry]
    • 800 Cannons

Army of the Balkans (Posted in the Balkans):

  • 80,000 Ottoman Infantry (40 Regiments) [Infantry]
  • 10,000 Ottoman Spahis (5 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 20,000 Ruthenian Spahis (10 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 20,000 Ottoman Sipahi (10 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 10,000 Tartar Spahis (5 Regiments) (Vassal tributary) [Cavalry]
  • 40,000 Payade Topçı (20 Regiments) [Infantry]
  • 10,000 Svari Topçı Neferi (5 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 80 Cannons

Army of the East (Posted in Eastern Turkey):

  • 70,000 Ottoman Infantry (35 Regiments) [Infantry]
  • 10,000 Ottoman Spahis (5 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 10,000 Syrian Spahis ( 5 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 20,000 Ruthenian Spahis (10 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 10,000 Ottoman Sipahi (5 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 20,000 Payade Topçı (10 Regiments) [Infantry]
  • 5,000 Svari Topçı Neferi (2 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 60 Cannons

Army of the Lands (Posted in Eastern Egypt):

  • 70,000 Ottoman Infantry (35 Regiments) [Infantry]
  • 10,00 Bashi-Bozouks (Vassal tributary) [Infantry]
  • 5,000 Libyan Spahis (Vassal tributary) [Cavalry]
  • 5,000 Tunisian Spahks (Vassal tributary) [Cavalry]
  • 10,000 Ottoman Spahis (5 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 10,000 Syrian Spahis (5 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 10,000 Ottoman Sipahi (5 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 20,000 Payade Topçı (10 Regiments) [Infantry]
  • 5,000 Svari Topçı Neferi (2 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 80 Cannons

Army of the West (Posted in Kingdom of Fez):

  • 70,000 Ottoman Infantry (35 Regiments) [Infantry]
  • 15,000 Mzab Infantry (Vassal Tributaries) [Infantry]
  • 20,000 Payade Topçı (10 Regiments) [Infantry]
  • 10,000 Ottoman Spahis (5 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 10,000 Algerian Spahis (Vassal Tributaries) [Cavalry]
  • 5,000 Labes Spahks (Vassal Tributaries) [Cavalry]
  • 5,000 Svari Topçı Neferi (2 Regiments) [Cavalry]
  • 60 Cannons

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    Ottoman Infantry: Ottoman Infantry are standard infantry which serve a very key role in supporting the heavier elements in an Ottoman Army. They wear light armor, usually leather, and use a round shield. Typicially their first four ranks create a wall in which they use their spears to repel a charge, however the back ranks take advatage of their bows and unleash barrage after barrage upon the enemy once in range. These men are hardy fighters and since their additional training according with the new Ottoman style of war, are even tougher infantry. Recently, within the past 50 years, the Ottoman Infantry are now armed with long muskets, swords and small shields.

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  • Spahis: Spahi is an umbrella term which applies to light or medium cavalry. Many of these men have nomadic ancestors and provide their own horses, and sometimes their own arms. They use an assortment of weapons: Some use use a sword and bow alone, while others use a combination of lance and swords, and there are even some which use both spears and bows. All wear a light armor, usually leather, and use a round shield for protection. These horseman can be use to rain arrows down upon enemy formation, particulary the European pike formation, and charge home the attack when it is time. The horses they ride are often more superior to European horses, and are often able to stay of the reach of heavy enemy horseman - allowing them to pelt them with arrows as they pursue.

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    Sipahi: The Sipahi are drawn from the rich sectors of Ottoman Society, and because of this they typically were able to pay for the best of everything - cutting down on the cost of recruiting them. However, the new Ottoman system does allow for Sipahi to be recruited and supplied by the state but of course theire quality would be a bit lower. The horses that the Sipahi ride are the finest available, there stamina is near unmatched. These men wear heavier armor, usually chainmail, and have a round shield. These men typically harrassed the enemy with arrows, charged in with lances and pistol fire, and fought melee with their swords. They could often take on and defeat the heavy cavalry of Europe.

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    Payade Topçı: The name of these troops literally means "Foot Artillery", in simpler terms they are musket-armed infantry - they are the true regulars of the reformed Ottoman army. These men wear chaimail unlike the other infantry. On their backs they carry a round shield, and on their waist they carry a sword - these are their secondary weapons but their main weapon is the musket they carry into battle. Typically these men will stand behind the ranks of Ottoman Infantry and fire volleys of musket fire into the oncoming enemy - this added to the arrow barrage from the Ottoman Infantry themselves makes for a destructive combination. However, after the lines lock they typically switch to their secondary melee role and perform a flanking manuever in coordination with the cavalry.

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    Svari Topçı Neferi: The name of these troops literally means "Mounted Artillery", in simpler terms they are men mounted on horse and armed with specialized muskets. Basically they are Payade Topçı who are given a horse and months extra training so that they may efficiently fire a musket from horseback. Their armor and arms are that of the Payade Topçı. In battle these men will trot behind the line, and because of their height advanatge, fire over the heads of their men into the melee to kill the enemy. They are also excellent when used to destroy pike formations, and break an enemy cavalry charge - typically they can stay away from European heavy cavalry while harassing them with musket fire.

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Mediteranean Navy:

  • 80 Heavy Xebecs
  • 280 Xebecs
  • 48 Baggalas

Arabian Sea Navy:

  • 65 Xebecs


Domestic CommerceEdit

International TradeEdit

Trade Agreements: Mughal Empire (Silk, Tea, Javan Coca) Safavid Empire of Persia (Various goods) Great Britain (Various goods) Brandenburg (Muskets) Sweden (Muskets, Timber, Winter Gear) Tuscany (Muskets)

Foreign AffairsEdit

  • Eastern Eurasian Union Member


Flag Nation Leader Status Ambassador
The Kingdom of Britain King George II Allied Trade Partner Andrew Mallace
Konungariket Sverig e Drottning Elisabeth I Allied Trade Partner
Kingdom of the Swiss Confederacy King William III Allied Trade Partner
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Empire of Ethiopia Emperor William Brawlmartin Protectorate Nation
Empire of Romania Queen Genevieve I Protectorate Nation
Kingdom of Sardinia King Ishmael Venables Allied Trade Partner


Flag Nation Leader Status
Repubblica di Genova Doge Ermmano No Tensions
Repubblica di Venezia Doge Ernesto Vittorio No Tensions
Jarod Dutch
The Dutch Republic Koning Jarod I Low Tensions
大日本 帝国 天皇ビル略奪の骨 No Tensions
Königreich Preußen König Antonius I No Tensions
Habsburg Empire Empress Maria Theresa No Tensions
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Царизм из России царя Владимира Medium Tensions
Königreich Bayern König Nikolaus Nikolai No Tensions
Reino de Portugal Rainha Graça I No Tensions
Reino de España Rey Felipe V No Tensions


Land PossesionsEdit


Region (Province) and Land
  • Anatolia
  • Nakhchivan
  • Mesopotamia
  • Samtskhe-Javakheti
  • Adjara
  • Greater Syria
  • Hedjaz
  • Kathmandu
  • Karnali
  • Rapti
  • Janakpur
  • Narayani
  • Mahakali
  • Oman
  • Yemen

  • Egypt
  • Dongola
  • Tripolitania
  • Cyrenaica
  • Ethiopia
  • Kenya (Province of Ethiopia)
  • Somalia (Province of Ethiopia)

History of the Ottoman EmpireEdit


  • Osman instates crowned Princess of Romania, Genevieve I, as Queen of Romania.
  • Victoria is instated to the Crescent Court seat of Ukraine.
  • Osman names Genevieve heir to the imperial throne of the Ottoman Empire.
  • The Sultan annexes the Persian Empire after several troops march into it and remove any remaining corrupted administrators of the Empire.
  • Akif instates Ishmael Venables as King of Sardinia and discussed many things with the Sultan.
  • Bulgarian Empire is formed and separates from Ottoman Empire peacefully.
  • Osman makes Palestine independent.

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