Kingdom of Québec
The Kingdom of Québec's Flag.



Official Language:

French, English


Constitutional Monarchy


King Jean Hudson v




Québécois Dollar



Drives on the:


Establishment in Game Year:






IAC in Red.


Québec has got most if not all of this land by annexation (not including Vermont, Bermuda, Shetland, or the Faroe Islands, which were acquired by war). Québec first gains very good relations with said nation, and then they attempt to somehow annex it.

Land ListEdit

The nation is located in the North-east corner of North America and consists of:

  • Québec
  • Ontario
  • Nova Scotia
  • New Brunswick
  • Vermont
  • Maine
  • Nunavut
  • Newfoundland
  • Labrador
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Manitoba
  • Greenland
  • Minnesota
  • New Hampshire
  • Bermuda Island
  • Faroe Islands
  • Iceland
  • Shetland Islands
  • Sang I (Planet)
  • Tranquilité I (Planet)

Provinces and TerritoriesEdit

Mainland ProvincesEdit

Province of QuébecEdit

Information of Québec

Provincial Capital: Québec City

Provincial Population: ~63.250.000

Province of MaineEdit

Information of Maine

Provincial Capital: Augusta

Provincial Population: ~14.500.000

Province of NewfoundlandEdit

Information of Newfoundland

Provincial Capital: St. John

Provincial Population: ~12.100.000

Province of LabradorEdit

Information of Labrador

Provincial Capital: Rigolet

Provincial Population: ~10.600.000

Province of (New) BrunswickEdit

Information of (New) Brunswick

Provincial Capital: Fredericton

Provincial Population: ~8.200.000

Province of NunavutEdit

Information of Nunavut

Provincial Capital: Iqaluit

Provincial Population: ~3.200.000

Province of VermontEdit

Information of Vermont

Provincial Capital: Montpelier

Provincial Population: ~6.900.000

Province of Prince Edward IslandEdit

Information of Prince Edward Island

Provincial Capital: Charlottetown

Provincial Population: ~5.200.000

Province of OntarioEdit

Information of Ontario

Provincial Capital: Ottawa

Provincial Population: ~55.600.000

Province of ManitobaEdit

Information of Manitoba

Provincial Capital: Winnipeg

Provincial Population: ~23.000.000

Province of Nova ScotiaEdit

Information of Nova Scotia

Provincial Capital: Halifax

Provincial Population: ~8.200.000

Province of MinnesotaEdit

Information of Minnesota

Provincial Capital: Saint Paul

Provincial Population: ~25.900.000

Province of New HampshireEdit

Information of New Hampshire

Provincial Capital: Concord

Provincial Population: ~6.800.000

Province of WisconsinEdit

Information of Wisconsin

Provincial Capital: Madison

Provincial Population: ~12,000,000

Province of Rhode IslandEdit

Information of Rhode Island

Provincial Capital: Providence

Provincial Population: ~3.000.000

Overseas Administrative ProvincesEdit

Province of GreenlandEdit

Information of Greenland

Provincial Capital: Godthåb

Provincial Population: ~2.200.000

Province of BermudaEdit

Information of Bermuda

Provincial Capital: Hamilton

Provincial Population: ~120.000

Province of the Faroe IslandsEdit

Information of the Faroe Islands

Provincial Capital: Tórshavn

Provincial Population: ~100.000

Province of IcelandEdit

Information of Iceland Provincial Capital: Reykjavik

Provincial Population: ~3.200.000

Province of ShetlandEdit

Information of Shetland Provincial Capital: Lerwick

Provincial Population: ~65.000

Province of MaltaEdit

Information of Malta Provincial Capital: New Rome

Provincial Population: ~100.000

Trans-Spacial Administrative ColoniesEdit

Colony of Sang IEdit

Information of Sang I

Colonial Capital: Ville de Morte

Colonial Population: ~32

Colony of Tranquilité IEdit

Information of Tranquilité

Colonial Capital: Ville de Paix

Colonial Population: N/A


Primary EducationEdit

Children are required, by law to at least take primary school, up to grade 6. The system of the school enstates that all children must learn the following subjects in order to pass into Intermediate School. If a child does not pass all of the classes, they can, and most likely will be forced to re-take the entire grade.

The Subjects are:

  • Mathematics
  • English
  • History (International/Québécois)
  • Science (Life/Magnet I/Earth)
  • Physical Education
  • Biology (Grade 4+)
  • Chemistry (Grade 4+)
  • Language Arts (Foreign)

Languages Include:

  • French
  • Spanish
  • German
  • Portuguese
  • Japanese (Avalon-Form)
  • Chinese (Avalon-Form)

Intermediate EducationEdit

Teenagers are required to attend Intermediate School as well as Primary School, unless said child is joining the Québec Military, then they are excused from Intermediate School. If a teenagers fail in Intermediate School, they will either be forced to retake the classes they failed, or will be drafted into the military.

They are required to take 8 subjects, which now include 2 electives.

The Subjects are:

  • Mathematics
  • English
  • History (International/Québécois)
  • Science (Life/Magnet I/Earth)
  • Physical Education (Unless Completed in Primary)
  • Language Arts (Foreign)
  • Geography

Languages Include:

  • French
  • Spanish
  • German
  • Portuguese
  • Japanese (Avalon-Form)
  • Chinese (Avalon-Form)

Electives Include:

  • Drama (English in Action)
  • Mythology
  • Band (Concert/Varsity/Percussion/Orchestra)
  • Creative Writing
  • Computer Application


See the Infoboxes, on the right.

Vermont-Quebec War
Date ---
Location Vermont-Quebec
Result Win, Quebec

Offensive: Quebec

Defensive: Vermont

Commanders and Leaders

Offense Leaders:

Roi Jean Hudson II

Defense Leaders:

Leaders of the Vermont Army


Offensive: 4,100 troops.

Defensive: 630 troops

Casualties and Losses
Military Casualties: ~1,100

Civilian Casualties: ~50

Military Casualties: ~550

Civilian Casualties: ~1,165

Bermuda-Quebec War
Date ---
Location Bermuda
Result Win, Quebec

Offensive: Quebec

Defensive: Vermont

Commanders and Leaders

Offense Leaders:

Roi Jean Hudson III

Defense Leaders:

Leaders of the Bermuda Army


Offensive: 1,100 troops.

Defensive: 330 troops

Casualties and Losses
Military Casualties: ~250

Civilian Casualties: ~0

Military Casualties: ~290

Civilian Casualties: ~120

Faroe-Quebec War
Date 3 January, 2012
Location Faroe Islands
Result Win, Quebec

Offensive: Quebec

Defensive: Faroe Islands

Commanders and Leaders

Offense Leaders:

Roi Jean Hudson IV

Defense Leaders:

Leaders of the Faroe Islands Army


Offensive: 2,100 troops.

Defensive: 415 troops

Casualties and Losses
Military Casualties: ~409

Civilian Casualties: ~0

Military Casualties: ~300

Civilian Casualties: ~95

Shetland-Atlantic War
Date 7 January, 2012
Location Shetland Islands
Result Win, Atlantic Canada

Offensive: Atlantic Canada

Defensive: Shetland Islands

Commanders and Leaders

Offense Leaders:

Roi Jean Hudson V

Defense Leaders:

Leaders of the Shetland Islands Army


Offensive: 5,000 troops.

Defensive: 250 troops

Casualties and Losses
Military Casualties: ~213

Civilian Casualties: ~0

Military Casualties: ~150

Civilian Casualties: ~336


Health CareEdit

Healthcare in Québec is provided to all employed persons and their families by the government-run social security system, which is funded by employer and employee contributions in respect of salaries. The cost of healthcare is covered by the Board of Health Care of Québec at rates of 75% for out-patient expenses such as medicines and hospital visits, 90% for hospitalisation, and 100% for work-related accidents. The remainder of the costs may be covered by private health insurance. Other residents (unemployed as well) and tourists require full private health insurance.


The main hospital, L'Hôpital Principal Impériale de Québec (English: The Main Imperial Hospital of Québec) covering roughly the size of three-times the size of Central Park of New York is the main base of operations for medical 'experiments' and large, or expensive operations. There are also 12 primary health care centres in various locations around the Kingdom.

There is also one main Headquarter Hospital in each provincial capital.

Houses of RoyaltyEdit

House of Jean Hudson IEdit

The Château of Jean Hudson I was the very first /official/ Castle/Château built on the grounds of Prairies-Allemand. The Castle was seen as the first building to unify Québec and make it into the country it is today. The castle, today is not used by anyone, not even the current King, because it is seen by UNESCO as a world heritage site in Québec. The castle was already built before the unification of Québec, but once Québec was made into a Kingdom it was seen as the Royal House.

House of Jean Hudson IIEdit

The Château of Jean Hudson II is the second and biggest castle in Québec. The Castle is located in Jonquiere, where almost all royal buildings (except the Château of Jean Hudson I) lie. It is also the current house of Royalty.

Time SystemEdit

Months of the YearEdit

Québec uses similar months of the year as France, and they also use the same number of months (12) that the French do. The Months are also called: Mois de l'Année.

Months of Québec
English Month French Month Québec Month Days
January Janvier Janiviere 31
February Février Fayevriée 28 or 29 (leap year.)
March Mars Martsche 31
April Avril Avrile 30
May Mai Maye 31
June Juin Juene 30
July Juillet Juliette 31
August Août Aogouste 31
September Septembre Septiembre 30
October Octobre Octeaubre 31
November Novembre Novimbre 30
December Décembre Decsiembre 31

Days of the WeekEdit

The days of the week in Québec are almost exactly like the days of the week in France. They are also known as Jours de la Semaine.

Days of Québec
English Day French Day Québec Day
Monday Lundi Lundrai
Tuesday Mardi Marchte
Wednesday Mercredi Mercrielle
Thursday Jeudi Jeulien
Friday Vendredi Venericci
Saturday Samedi Samette
Sunday Dimanche Dimanthé


Road (Motor Vehicle)Edit

Several highways, roads, and transits are weaved around Atlantic Canada to give more access to remote places in Marosia.

Several Highways and Transits Include:


The Ontario-Québec Highway was the base of the CIH Highway and stretches from Thunder Bay, across the North Shores of the Great Lakes, into Montréal.

The OQ-Highway has since been converted into the CIH Highway, but the sections that were the OQ are still most commonly referred to as the OQ-Highway.

CIH HighwayEdit

The Canadian International Highway or the CIH Highway is the longest Highway in Canada, and stretches from Halfiax, Nova Scotia to Fairbanks, Alaska, with several smaller branches which go into other sections of the countries.


There are many trains and subways all across Marosia, and most of the train transits are underground and only link the major cities. The major train road that links the East to the West (In Upper Marosia), is called .


Water transport is extremely vital for trade and transportation in Marosia. There are a large amount of ports all across the nation, and also the vast number of islands, rivers, and other water bodies.



There are several major ethnic groups spread across the vast majority of Québec. Some ethnic groups include but are not limited to:

  • Caucasian (Including European, American, etc...), discludes the European Caucasus Mtns. region.
  • French Canadian
  • French
  • American
  • German
  • Inuit
  • British Islander (Includes: English, Welsh, Scottish, Irish)


People in Québec tend to usually live to a longer age because of the high-end medical research that has created vaccines and other medical treatments for people to live to a higher age.

  • Average Life Expectancy in Québec: 92
  • % of Population 0-5: 13%
  • % of Population 5-17: 16%
  • % of Population 18-30: 22%
  • % of Population 31-50: 26%
  • % of Population 51-75: 15%
  • % of Population 76+: 8%


According to statistics there are more females then there are males in Québec.

  • % of Population Female: 62%
  • % of Population Male: 38%




All around Québec there are many types of music, and the most popular types of music are:

  • Pop
  • Techno
  • Electronic (Synthesized)

Music plays the big part of Culutre in Montréal because Montréal holds the World's Annual Music Festival. The WAMF is a very large get together where people discuss old nad new genres of music where new songs are formed and played for the whole festival to hear.


The building styles of Québec are very older and more classic types of architecture. The very common types of building in Québec are:

  • Gothic
  • Baroque
  • Carolinian

The architecture of less-modernized parts of Québec that include Ontario and New Brunswick include several styles such as Baroque, Gothic, and Carolinian styles. They include many arches, cathedral type buildings, and other religious icons.

Art (Painting)Edit


The painting style is taken from many major artists such as Pablo Picasso and, Claude Monet. Many amateur pieces of artwork are presented in the 'Musée National d'Art Atlanthique'. Most of the world's now older style art comes out of Québec.


But modern, more abstract pieces of art are presented at the 'Musée National d'Art Moderne'.


Fashion is an extremely important industry in and cultural export in Québec. Montreal is considered one of the North American fashion-capitals of the world.

Several Fashion Types include:

  • Avant-garde
  • Haute-couture

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