This page is about the George I monarchy. For the Constantine reign, see Second Kingdom of China.
Kingdom of China
Seen in Multipolarity
Played by christos200
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg
Turn 7–8

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China (deep blue) and occupied territory (dark blue), 2164
Capital Ürümqi
Languages Chinese
Religion Catholicism
Government Constitutional, later absolute monarchy
 -  2162–2165 George I
Historical era Multipolarity
 -  Dissolution of RoC 2162
 -  Chinese capitulation 2165
Currency X
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Republic of China (Multipolarity)
Co-operative Federation of Xinjiang Blank.png
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Wuhan (Multipolarity) Blank.png
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Eternal Kingdom of New China Flag of the Qing dynasty (1889-1912).svg
Today part of Flag of the Chinese Union Federal Union of China

The Kingdom of China was christos200's third iteration of China in Multipolarity. It was a militant and despotic state that became infamous for its increasingly lunatic behaviour prior to its capitulation. Representing a more extreme version of the Republic of China, it was accused of advancing policies of cultural genocide instigated by President George, and renewed the pan-Asiatic war that ultimately led to the country's defeat.

The kingdom was briefly re-established in 2174, and was spiritually succeeded by the Empire of China in Multipolarity II.


Hawai'i's entry into the Pan-Asiatic War prompted the republican government to surrender. President George then "invited" a Danish noble, also named George to rule the country as monarch. The constitution was redrafted, with George as head of state complemented by a "Mr. John" as Prime Minister.

King George's first major act was to break the peace, launching nuclear strikes against Hawai'i and India; the Hawai'ian missile was intercepted, but the attacks on India killed 1.6 million citizens. Hawai'i responded in kind, leading to a hasty bilateral peace before China turned on the rest of Asia, leading bloody ground wars against its neighbours in India, Mongolia and the Demon Realm.

With the campaign appearing successful, George abolished the constitution and declared himself absolute monarch, appointing one Mr. Chiang "dictator" of China. In response to Chinese aggression, Korea and Siberia joined the war; Hawai'i threatened to resume hostilities, but China declared war anyway. This was soon followed by declarations of war by Kongo, the 501st Legion and Takrur.


With China hopelessly outmatched, George surrendered the country to Oz in exchange for sovereignty over a single Ethiopian province. Before fleeing the country with his ministers, he drained the national treasury, stymieing post-war reconstruction. Oz proceeded to partition its holdings into multiple successor states.

Controversial from a gameplay perspective was the carry-over of the country's nuclear stockpile to the EKNC, which allowed christos to literally destroy Hawai'i without consequence.

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