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Shurigawan Civil War

シュリガワ ガンジ テンノ

Date: 29 January-10 Febuary 2015
Location: Shurigawa and Imperial territories
  • Result
  •  Empire in Exile-Suyhonese Victory restoration of the Empire 
  •  Pudang stayed independent
Territorial changes: Suhyŏn Joins Shurigawa 

Shurih.png Shurigawan Imperial Government

Suyhon.png  Empire of Suhyŏn

Rigawan Kingdom flag.pngRigawan Kingdom

Flag of Shurigawa.png Regency of Shurigawa

Pudang.png People's Republic of Pudang 

Commanders and leaders

Shurih.png Hachiro Kaito

Shurih.png Robert Kaito

Suyhon.png Suyeong

Suyhon.png Park Kim Lee

Suyhon.png Choi Kim Lee

Rigawan Kingdom flag.pngKing Ateashi

Flag of Shurigawa.png Haruna 

Flag of Shurigawa.png Hideji Takeaki

Flag of Shurigawa.png Yoshi Takeai

Pudang.png Zhao Feng 

Pudang.png Ying Feng

Rigawan Kingdom flag.pngQueen Mitsuki


Shurih.png Shurigawan Rebels and Peasants- 13

Imperial Suhyŏnese Military.png Imperial Suhyŏnese Army -20

Rigawan Kingdom flag.pngRoyal Rigawan Military and Police -6

Imperial Shurigawan Military flag.png Imperial Shurigawan Army -20

Pudang.png People's National Liberation Army -16

Rigawan Kingdom flag.pngRigawan Indenpendence Army -3

Military activity
Battle on Gayo

(Gayo ceded to Suhyon)

Attack on Hirazaki

(Hirazaki ceded to Suhyon)

Attack on Western Shurigawa

(Westeren Shurigawa ceded to Suhyon)

Attack on Pudang City

(Pudang City ceded to Suhyon)

'Attack on 'Okinokyo

(Okinokyo ceded to Suhyon)

Attack on Gayo

(Gayo ceded to Haruna)

Retake on Pudang City

(Pudang City ceded to Pudang)

Casualties and losses

The Shurigawan Civil War (シュリガワ ガンジ テンノ) is a war when the control of the country was divided among various Colonies and Mainland

The war represented an ideological split between Haruna (with was a social-liberal), and Toshiko brand of Nationalism.and Imperialism The civil war continued intermittently 

Course of the war[]

North Revolt[]

The North Revolution took place between January 2015 in the areas surrounding Shurigawa, and was fought between forces of the Empire and Harunas forces led by Haruna. Haruna led herarmy to attack Shurigawa's capital Gayo from two directions Imperial forces initially offered no resistance to the rebelling troops, but would not allow The Emperor to occupy the Imperial Palace. Prime Minister Hideji Takeaki decided not to attack the rebels as the Loyalist force was outnumbered by roughly 3 to 17.and Hideji Takeaki  deflected 

Establishment of the Empire of Suhyŏn[]

On 24 January 2015 Toshiko, with had only power in proclaimed the establishment of the Empire of Suhyŏn, three days after the Empire's establishment, Suyeong was enthroned as Emperor. By the constitution of the Empire of Suhyon, it is a Constitutional monarchy under Totalitarian Single-party state Harunas Rule in Shurigawa and the The revolution consisted of many revolts and uprisings lately. The turning point was the Gayo Uprising on , the very first uprising, that resulted as a victory to Suhyon and it's allies. The revolution arose mainly in response to the decline of the Greater Shurigawan Empire, which had proven ineffective in its efforts to restore monarchy and to overthrow the Regency. 

Hideji Takeaki 

Shurigawan Uprisings and Suhyonese Invasion[]

Due Haruna is in Shurigawa, she faced many uprisings. former Prime Minister Hachiro Kaito proclaimed a counter-revoluition in the South calling the South Revolt in oppisition of the North Revolt and tookover with support of the Imperial Suhyŏnese Army Hirazaki and Kaimone Haruna orderd her troops to not retreat and fight until death However the Shurigawan Rebels caputud 7 soilders Soon the  Imperial Suhyŏnese Army took over the West Coast of Shurigawa

Attack on Pudang

The Communist Party caused an uprising that overthrew Xiaxounnese Blue Flag. Pudang Declared indenpendence from the Regency as a neutral state However the State declared aligence to Haruna As a revenge, Park Kim lee ordered the Imperial Military from Suyhon to invade Pudang

Attack on Harunas Hartland and fall

The Imperial government wanted to control the capital. But the government of Haruna denied to give Okinokyo . Once again, The imperial Remnants, and so they did and on the day Haruna was fleed