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High Penguin Confederacy
The Confederate Monarchy of the Provinces of Antarctica
1060 – 1567 File:ConfederacyFlag.png
Flag Coat of arms
National Flag Coat of arms
Is est valde Frigus (Latin for: This is intensely cold)
Ja Vi Elsker
Capital Capital (that's the actual name) Fanon City shortly was the capital from 1781 - 1793 then was brought back to original capital city
Capital-in-exile Capital
Language(s) Penguinian (spoke by only lowers, ironicly), English, Pingoin
Government Confederate Monarchy,
 - 742-1312 Kuruk
 - 1312-1644 Ulmos (the first, not Triskelle's father) and Finwe
 - 1644 -1900 Ulmag
 - 1900-1914 Arvedui (final leader)
 - 1900-1914 Most Trusted Advisor
Legislature None
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Historical era The Mid Years
 - End of First War 742
 - Founded by High Penguins 742
 - Triskelle's birth 1849
 - Whoot's Uprising 1912
 - Coup 1914
 - Final Collapse to Smackler 1914
 - Defeat of Khanzem, Collapse to Snowme 1918
Currency Gold Ingots
Today part of Freezeland, USA, all of Antarctica
The HPC was the longest surving republic ever.

The Mid High Penguin Confederacy was the HPC in its peak stage, and was the most sucessful country ever, being the longest lasting, and the first to unify Antarctica. In this time, High Penguins were the majority, in contrast to now, when there are little than a million left.


In 1060, a new country sprang up and declared it's independance, and later, a few others did too. The HPC was now half the size it used to be, but it still survived. However, The other countries kept an alliance with the Confed by continuing to use the same currency.


The currency of the Confederacy was the Ingot. Each coin bears a traditional High Penguin design and the province that it is from. The province didn't matter, because in these days currency was valued by the metal, not where it was from.

There were three denominations of coins. A coin made of Gold, called the Ingot, a coin made of Silver, called the Sovereign, and one of Copper, called the Echo. The Ingot was the highest valued. There are 17 Sovereigns in one Ingot, and there are 29 Echo in a Sovereign, or, 493 Echo in an Ingot.

The images found on coins include giants trailing prisonerson rope, horsemen charging into battle, keepers and first chicks, skulls and chariot wheels, thunderbolts and lightning, the sun and the moon. They are miniature masterpieces of surreal art.

The coins were either 'struck' or 'cast'. Both methods required a substantial degree of knowledge. Striking a blank coin formed in a clay was one way. After forming the blank, it would have been flattened out before striking with a die made from iron or bronze. The tiny details engraved on dies were just a few millimeters in diameter. Casting a coin required a different technique. They were produced by pouring molten alloy into a set of molds which were broken apart when the metal had cooled.


The lower class penguins spoke Penguinian, while most of the other areas of the confed spoke English and Pingoin, a dialect of Penguinian.



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