Website of the Kingdom of Kemedal • Gwefan y Frenhiniaeth y Cymoedd

Merger Ansonia into Kemedal official (25/4/322) • Elections for combined parliament on 3 April 322 (28/1/322) • Rebel lover for Queen Emma? (31/12/321) • Violent protests after majority votes in favour of merger Kemedal and Ansonia (17/12/321) • King Iestyn III celebrates 70th birthday (25/9/321) • Ansonian Prime Minister Bugall announces referendum on merger with Kemedal (26/5/321) • New Unification Party victorious in Ansonian elections (7/5/321) • New government formed after sudden breakthrough (23/6/320) • Ansonian factory explodes (22/6/320) • Monarchists, Greens, and Liberals win elections (7/6/320) • Bilateral summit with Wesmerité will go ahead despite government crisis (2/5/320) • PD and PRh withdraw government support (1/5/320) • Aberban and Porthlong should become States of their own (24/4/320) • Mysterious explosion at Ansonian border unsettles inhabitants Llangerafon (6/3/320) • Grand Duke and Duchess of Aberban expecting fifth child (3/3/320) • Government considering administrative reorganisation (17/1/320)

Kemedal after Ansonia merged into it in 322 AP. Click for a larger version of this map



The Kingdom of Kemedal (Brenhiniaeth y Cymoedd, litt. 'Kingdom of the Valleys') is a country located in the north-western part of the continent of Eras. It is bordered by the North Gronkian Sea to the north, the People's Republic of Gronk (Gweriniaeth Pobl Gronc) to the east, Zentralsk (Y Canolbarth Oerdd) to the south-east, Albion-Merité (Y Feirth) to the south, and the Bay of Merité (Y Bae'r Feirth) to the west. Kemedal has an estimated population of 84 million and is officially bilingual, with both Kemese (Cwmeg) and Ingallish having equal status; in practice however, Ingallish serves as an administrative language only and is not actively mastered by the entire population.

Bordering the Bay of Merité in the west, Kemedal's western and centre regions are flat and hilly, while higher altitudes can be found in the north and especially in the south-eastern part of the country, the latter of which is the northern tip of the Yokes mountain range (Iwychod), which extends into Albion-Merité and Zentralsk. Most of Kemedal is covered either by forests or grassland, which in earlier times provided Kemedal with its means to survice. Located around the city of Bala are the Great Lakes (Llynoedd Mawr), the larger of which is shared with Albion-Merité.

The most prominent river of Kemedal is the river Sioned, which originates in the Yokes Mountains, flows through the centre of the country in northwestern direction, and falls in to the Bay of Merité at Porthlong Danfor. More to the east run the river Toes and its tributary river Fford, also in northwestern direction but falling in the Northern Gronkian Sea at Pontardoes. In the southeast, the river Elynor partially forms the border between Kemedal and Zentralsk and the People's Republic of Gronk.

Political situation
Kemedal and Ansonia were independent kingdoms from 302 to 322. In 322 the two nations merged into one. The nominal head of state is a Royal Council consisting of the former heads of state of Kemedal and Ansonia, while political power lies with the government, headed by a Prime Minister.