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The Ximbalan People's Republic

La República Popular Ximbaliano (Latinican)
Flag of Ximbala
"¡Patria o Muerte, Venceremos!"(Latinican)
(Everish:"Homeland or death! We shall triumph!")
"Ximbalianos, al grito de guerra"(Latinican)
(Everish:"Ximbalans, at the cry of war")
File:Location Map Ximbala.png
and largest city
Ximbala City
Official languagesLatinican
Recognised national languagesMayapan • Nahua • 61 others
Ethnic groups
43.9% Mestizo
27.3% White
13.7% Indigenous
9.2% Black
2.1% Serican
3.8% Other
82.4% Roman Catholicism
5.6% Protestantism
2% Spirituality
1.9% Other
8.1% Agnosticism
GovernmentUnitary one-party socialist state
• President
Andrés Manuel López Obrador
LegislatureNational Assembly
966,228 km2 (373,063 sq mi) (14th)
• 2021 estimate
70,534,638 (13th)
GDP (PPP)2021 estimate
• Total
$2.375 trillion
• Per capita
GDP (nominal)2021 estimate
• Total
$1.799 trillion
• Per capita
very high
CurrencyXimbalan Peso ($) (XMB)
Time zone+6
Date formatMM-DD-YYYY
Driving sideright
Calling code+83
Internet TLD.xm

Ximbala officially The Ximbalan People's Republic (Latinican: La República Popular Ximbaliano) is a sovereign state in the east of Latinica.

It is bordered to the south by Whenua Wai, Ainigma and Ka’a and Kehbe, northwest by Kalimann, north by Vradiazi and is bounded to the Tritonian Ocean to the east. With a population of 70,534,638, it is the 3rd most-populous state in Latinica and the 13th most-populous globally. The country ranks highly in cultural richness and is home to a megadiverse population of many races, ethnicities and cultures. The country’s official language is Latinican with a majority of the country speaking the language, alongside various indigenous languages, thus making it one of the most-populous Latinican-speaking countries . The country covers an area of 966,228 square kilometers and it is the 3rd and 14th largest country in Latinica and Fantasia respectively. The country’s capital and largest city, Ximbala City, is the cultural, political and commercial center of the nation home to a population of nearly 9 million and a population of over 20 million in the surrounding metropolitan area making it one of the largest and most important metropolitan areas in Latinica and Fantasia. Other major population centers include Montereino, Escondido, Guadalupe, Tarapaca, Altaclara and Guacamaya.

The land that constitutes modern-day Ximbala was originally inhabited by a myriad of advanced Mesolatinican civilizations including the Huaxtla, Tapexco, Apozolco, and the Zahuapán. The Huisnahuac Empire, an alliance between three Nahuatl-speaking tribes emerged as the leading political entity of Central Ximbala, the epicenter of civilization in the region, in the late 14th century and is noted for being the only known organized political entity in Ximbala of the pre-Latinican times. The Huisnahuac Empire would rule over Central Ximbala, eventually expanding east to the coast, for the next 2 centuries before the arrival of the Latinican Empire. The Latinican Empire would conquer and colonize the region upon their arrival in the early 16th century following a power struggle with the Huisnahuacs. Upon coming under Latinican rule, the region would come to be known as the Viceroyalty of El Dorado. Large-scale intermixing between the indigenous population and the Latinican colonizers would create the Mestizo people, drastically changing the demographics of the region permanently. By the early 19th century, calls for independence were widespread fueled by a growing national identity movement declaring the Ximbalan people as a distinct multiracial people with a cultural fusion of Indigenous and Latinican traits along with a growing anti-colonial sentiment. After facing widespread discrimination and social inequality, independence was proclaimed on September 16, 1810 by a Mestizo priest named Simón de Alcalá y Tajuña following months of protests which subsequently kicked off the Ximbalan War of Independence. Following the successful military campaigns of Andrés de Casavieja and Eduardo Guerrero, the insurgent Army of Three Guarantees secured Ximbala’s independence after their victory at the final Battle of Texcoco and Ximbala was declared a nation state on September 27, 1821. The ensuing post-independence years were marked by political instability characterized by several contrasting political changes, including catholic monarchies, federalism and several military juntas which gave way to rampant corruption and cascaded a failing economy.

By the late 19th century, stability was finally instilled into the region following the conclusion of the 10-year long War of Reform in 1890 which saw the liberals emerge victorious over the conservatives. The liberals introduced sweeping reforms to the country which included ending the political, economic, and cultural power the Catholic church yielded over the country and establishing Ximbala as a secular nation. That same year Matías Morales, a member of the liberal party, was elected president. Under his tenure, the economy of Ximbala grew exponentially and quality of life improved tremendously. He is regarded as one of the best presidents in Ximbalan history. Also during this time, large waves of migrants arrived to the country which drastically changed the demographics of the nation. For the next decades Ximbala would enjoy relative political stability and economic prosperity. Ximbala once again descended into instability during the Great Depression when the military junta of Agustin Ruiz de San Blas took power in a coup following their loss in the general elections of 1936. Under his rule, political dissidents were murdered and went missing and the wage gap between the rich and the poor grew tremendously impoverishing the already deprived working class. The Moreno Movement born out of a desire for equal rights and higher wages by the working class grew into the Ximbalan Revolution led by socialist Ernesto Gabarra which sought to remove the military junta and transition Ximbala into a communist state. After a bloody civil war between Ernesto Gabbara’s Partido Unido and the military junta came to an end in 1965 which saw the socialists on the winning side, the modern-day Ximbalan People’s Republic was created and was to be a socialist state guided by the principles of Gabbarism and Marxism-Leninism run by the vanguard Communist Party of Ximbala.

Today, Ximbala is a socialist one-party state with the Communist Party of Ximbala being the constitutionally appointed vanguard party tasked with running the state. Since the introduction of economic reforms in the 1970s which transitioned the nation’s economy from a centrally planned one to a socialist-oriented market economy, the economy of Ximbala has grown exponentially annually and has tremendously improved quality of life in the country which is reflected in it’s high score in the human development index. Currently, it is considered a newly industrialized country and an upper-middle income country with a GDP by purchasing power parity of $2.375 trillion and a GDP per capita by purchasing power parity of $33,671 as of 2021. Newly found wealth thanks to its flourishing economy in addition to its rapidly growing advanced army which has a current power of over 700,000 soldiers, expanding population and cultural influence has propelled the country into regional and emerging global power status. Nonetheless, pressing issues such as poverty, social inequalities, violence and rampant human right abuses hamper the country’s growth and success with the country ranking poorly in measures of political and social freedom among other things.


Ximbala is a unitary one-party socialist state. The country is ruled by Communist Party of Ximbala as enshrined in its constitution. The current sitting president is Andres Maneul Lopez Obrador who serves as the Head of State and Government. The National Assembly is the country’s unicameral national legislature and consists of 235 members who are elected by a single national constituency and serve unlimited renewable 4-year terms. The president is selected by The National Assembly.

Social Policies and Laws[edit]


  • You become a legal adult at age 18.
  • You can obtain a driver's license at age 18.
  • The age of consent is 18.
  • The legal age of marriage is 18.
  • Capital punishment is used and frequently carried out.
  • Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide are legal.
  • Pornography is legal with heavy regulation.
  • Gambling is legal with age restriction.


  • All citizens of Ximbala are eligible to vote once they have reached the age of 18.
  • You can run for office once you have reached the age of 25 and have completed military service. You can run for presidency once you have reached the age of 30, completed military service, and finished higher education.
  • Only candidates approved by the Communist Party of Ximbala are eligible to run for public office.

Gun laws[edit]

  • In Ximbala, only members of the police force can obtain a weapons license and must be 18 years and older.

Drug laws[edit]

  • Alcohol (<15% by volume) is legal and restricted for those 18 years and older.
  • Alcohol (>15% by volume) is legal and restricted for those 18 years and older.
  • Nicotine and Tobacco products are legal and restricted for those 18 years and older.
  • Cannabis is legal and restricted for those 18 years and older.

Abortion laws[edit]

  • In Ximbala, abortion is legal and there is mixed public opinion.
  • Costs are generally covered by the state.
  • Abortion is legal at anytime.
  • Abortion is legal in the case of fetal defects.
  • Abortion is legal in the case of rape and where the mother's life may be threatened.
  • Abortion is regulated by the state. Public hospitals will perform it, but private clinics can perform it too.

LGBT rights[edit]

  • Same sex activity is legal in Ximbala, and there is mixed public opinion.
  • The age of consent for same sex intercourse is the same as heterosexual intercourse.
  • The LGBT community has some rights to freedom of expression. Some activities such as rallies advocating for more rights are marked as "propaganda".
  • LGBT people are permitted to serve in the armed forces.
  • The LGBT community is protected by law from discrimination, but only in some areas such as employment and housing.
  • The LGBT community has the right to enter into partnerships and can adopt children depending on the jurisdiction.
  • Changing one's gender is legal but only if the person goes through HRT (hormone replacement therapy) and sex reassignment surgery. Three genders are recognized by law.


  • Approximately 3.8% of Ximbala's GDP (currently: (nominal) $1.799 trillion) is spent on maintaining the military annually.
  • Women are permitted to serve in the armed forces.
  • Conscription is enforced, with alternative service available.
  • One year of military service is required for both men and women when they reach the age of 18 and have completed secondary school.
  • The Ximbalan army has a current strength of 715,000 troops.

Freedom of Speech[edit]

  • Freedom of speech is granted to all citizens constitutionally.
  • It is legal to criticize the government.
  • While freedom of speech is constitutionally guaranteed to all the citizens of Ximbala, the government has repeatedly used loopholes in various loosely written laws in place to imprison those who criticize the government.
  • It is technically legal to criticize the government though self-censorship is rampant due to little or no protection laws.
  • Freedom of assembly is granted to citizens. Despite this, treason laws give the government the ability to shut down any anti-governmental rallies.
  • Online speech falls under Freedom of Speech.
  • Laws concerning hate speech do exist.
  • Laws concerning the incitement of violence do exist.
  • The press is heavily controlled and censored. Laws to stop the spread of “fake news” have been used to imprison those who speak out against the government.
  • There is a considerable amount of censorship online by the government such as cyberattacks against journalists who publish anti-governmental articles.