Official name: nTaah ƿɛRmmp But ('The Free States of Tak')
Short name: Tak
Demonym: Tak, Taki
Adjective: Tak, Taki, Takish
Area: ca. 800,000 km2 (t.b.c.)
Regime: federative ecclesiocracy (provisional description; t.b.c.): there are 21
ƿɛSllt/ƿɛBuut that enjoy a lot of autonomy in many respects, with the national government mainly being responsible for foreign affairs, external trade, defense and certain educational subjects. The government system of Tak has several democratic elements, but many policies are determined by the ƿɛVɵla, a more or less religious institution that is highly respected but not democratically elected by the people.

Official holidays
   Last Monday of October: Day of Fire (Mp kə Qam)
24 December (declaration of independence, 308 AP)
   several other religious holidays
National Anthem: Mpə Tak ɣit, slt n gɛk it m ('I love Tak, my country and my home'), composed in 105 BP by Yp ob Vuup (139 - 66 BP)
Flag: a light green base, with two dark green triangles covered by a white triangle with a black border. On the mast side there is the ancient symbol of the connection between the lands and the people of Tak.

: 75,565,627 (est. 1/1/318)
Population density: ca. 94.5 inh./km2 (t.b.c.)
Population growth: 2.89% (317)
Life expectancy: male 72.5, female 77.9
Top 5 cities (+ inhabitants):
  Lp (4,108,259) (called Port Frontier under Bowdani rule)
  Mɵg (2,235,729) (called Litmarsh under Bowdani rule)
  Grg (1,001,781)
  Hoop (912,671)
  Ƿəək (739,264)
Ethnic groups: t.b.a.
: nTaah Gil (official), ...
Literacy: 99%
Religions: Tak earth religion (88%), Orthodox Church of Bowdani (9%), others (3%)
Universities: ƿAaf Hə (sg. Af Hə, lit. 'big schools') can be found in Grg (ŋGrrɣa mBuus Af Hə; 286 BP), Mɵg (nəMɵɵɣa Af Hə; 249 BP), and Lp (nLlf Af Hə, 116 AP)

: declared 308; international recognition in progress
Administrative division: 21 
ƿɛBuut (sg. But, lit. 'State'), which are the administrative equivalents of the historical ƿɛSllt (sg. Slt, lit. 'Lands'). The ƿɛBuut are subdivided into communities/municipalities.
Head of state: officially the Council of Chief Druids (
ƿnTeer Vɵl Syt) as a whole functions as 'head of state'. In practise and if needed they appoint one of them to represent them; there seem to be no rules or system behind these appointments.
Legislative: a unicameral 61-member parliament is elected every 5 years (the last time in 316). On the national level only parties that are supported in at least 34% of the States can compete and one party cannot have more than 50% of the seats. 
Political parties: nɛKɛl Ltens (KL (currently 17 seats), Party of the Present; pro modern times, industry, workers), naVaater Ltens (VL (14), Unity Party; conservative, populist, favours unity government system), noŋOŋ Ltens (OL (8), Nature Party; green, conservative, religious), ƿnuBus Ltens (BL (8), States' Party; conservative-liberal pro status quo), Root Hə (RH (6), Method Union; anti-corporation, anti-privatisation) nəRtəp Ltens (RL (5), Society/Community party; social-religious), ŋHəəh Slt Ltens (HSL (3), pro-international cooperation)
Executive: the head of government is appointed by the 
ƿnTeer Vɵl Syt after every election, but although parliament can dismiss the government (and thereby automatically itself), it doesn't really have a say in the composition of the government.
Head of government: Zɵ Pŋ ('Prime Minister'). Last five:
   Mar ob Qaat (f, since 311)
Fəs ob Brf (308 - 311, 2nd time)
   Sat ob Til (307 - 308)
   Ƿis ob Qaat (303 - 307)
   Fəs ob Brf (296 - 303,
1st time)

Minister of foreign affairs: Zoot ob Laar (f, since 316)
International organisations: t.b.a.
Judiciary: the Constitutional Court is the highest judical institution of Tak, although the Council of Chief Druids has the power to instruct it to review cases. Tak has no system of Trial by Jury.
: 2,182.7 billion; 28,885 per capita (317)
Currency: sab
Inflation: 0.8% (317)
Unemployment: 3.5% (317)
Working population: agriculture 22.1%, industry 26.3%, services 51.6%
Export: machinery and equipment, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, animal products, agricultural products, computers
Import: machinery and equipment, chemical, petroleum and petroleum products, textiles, clothing
Main trade partners: t.b.a.
Main companies: nTaah Baŋ o Slt ('Tak National Bank'), nSlls nŋQŋh Təp Baŋ ('Farmers' Bank'), mBɛɛh Siŋ ŋQŋŋh Ƕoob ƿɛPəə ('Soft Cushion Insurances'), Fook n Fɛl (department stores), nTaah ƿɛvaaTeri Ip o Lp (TTIL, department stores), nɵLɵɵfa ƿɛQrrt ('Tea Solutions'), nTaah Biiti Jak n Brrt Pə o Slt (short:Biiti, 'Tak National Radio and Television'), ƿɛKaru it Af Van ('Imperial Cars'), (to be expanded)

International phone number
: +352
Main local numbers: Lp 010,
Mɵg 020, Grg 022, Hoop 057, Ƿəək 070, Ag 090, Tel 044, Mu 015, Bɵɵk 032, Taŋ 050, ...
Internet code: .ta, .tak
Main newspapers: ƿEri Pə ak Tak (News from Tak)
Time zone: CMT -3

TRANSPORT (see Society for more information)
: four highways (B1 to B4, B standing for 'But' = State), with toll sections around 
Railroads: yes; electrified tracks, high speed lines in projection
Airports: Mɵg and Lp have international airports, regional airfields can be found throughout the country

Highest mountain
: Qo
Largest lake: Pearyt Lake (Raak se 
Mɵg, shared with Flovaigne, the LUKP, and Western Shore)
Longest river: Grb (for a large part a natural border with the LUKP and Western Shore)