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Pronunciation/miˈjɑːnə/ (Listen)
Orbital characteristics
1.468 AU
Known satellitesMoon 1,
Moon 2
Physical characteristics
Mean radius
15,622.846 km
Mass35.838x1024 kg
9.810 m/s2


Miyana has seven supercontinents, each comprised of a large number of geological plates.

The supercontinents of Miyana


Map of Abyssa
Time zoneMIT-0:00 to +0:00

Comprising much of the vast and furious oceans with only small specks of land, Abyssa is around one third of the southern hemisphere, and extends north of the equator as well. Abyssa touches Ikeela to the South, Medja to the West, Erede to the North, and Extrea to the East. Abyssa is comprised of 31 geological plates and is home to the nations of:


Map of Aspah
Time zoneMIT-0:00 to +0:00

Aspah, found in the north-west of Miyana, covers all zones from equatorial to the edge of polar. Aspah is surrounded be Medja to the south and east, Skian to the West and North, and Erede to the East. Aspah consists of 25 geological plates and is home to the nations of:


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Map of Erede
Time zoneMIT-0:00 to +0:00

The most diverse supercontinent in the terrain it offers, Erede occupies a large portion of the northern hemisphere, around the Prime Meridian and a long way to either side. Around the supercontinent are the others of Abyssa to the south, Medja to the south-west, Aspah to the East, Skian to the North, Extrea to the East and South-East, and Abyssa to the South. Erede consists of 51 geological plates and is home to the nations of:


Map of Extrea
Time zoneMIT-0:00 to +0:00

Comprised in roughly equal parts of islands and continental land mass, Extrea defines much of the Eastern portion of Miyana. Extrea borders (all other supercontinents(to check)). Extrea consists of 50 geological plates and is home to the nations of:

  • Edengrond
  • Petiteopolis
  • Kyrptonan
  • Afgraq
  • Artonan
  • Sintai
  • Eggy212
  • Feebland
  • Divinity Isles (Newhalla)
  • Azerzia
  • Austerain
  • Avaerilon
  • Qosist
  • The Keytap Islands
  • Montevittoria (Avaerilon)
  • Normandy and Picardy
  • Luxembourg Belgium (Avaerilon)
  • Furnacia
  • Irqat
  • Kia’Ratha
  • Derisa
  • Jir’Wet
  • Surrant
  • Omurd
  • Be’Thalia
  • Golanofa
  • Gunir
  • Burnhelm (Partial)
  • Crindent
  • Keron
  • Lesliei
  • Grolsch
  • Cairan


Map of Ikeela
Time zoneMIT-0:00 to +0:00

Ikeela occupies the southern pole of Miyana, with a large northward projection meeting Medja in the west. Ikeela also meets Abyssa and Extrea at its northern central and north-eastern edges respectively. Ikeela consists of 37 geological plates and is home to the nations of:


Map of Medja
Time zoneMIT-0:00 to +0:00

Medja is largely equatorial, tropical, or sub-tropical. Located In the west of Miyana, and abutting Ikeela to the south, Extrea to its West, Aspah and Erede to its North, and Abyssa to its east. Medja is the evolutionary home of Humanity, with all living Humans having descended from one or more of the five major migration events and/or the population that remained in the original native range. Medja consists of 34 geological plates and is home to the nations of:


Map of Skian
Time zoneMIT-0:00 to +0:00

The Northern great circle, as well as much of the area either side of the International Date Line is dominated by the supercontinent known as Skian. Whilst the continent has many large islands, it is largely covered in water or ice. Skian contacts Aspah to the East and South, as well as both Erede and Extrea to the south. Skian consists of 52 geological plates and is home to the nations of:


This page lists the principal waters of Miyana with their main attributes according to their classification.


The International consensus boundaries between oceans

Miyana is approximately 68% covered by oceans, with the remaining 32% comprising land

Map showing major ocean currents within the upper layer of water

Serkaskyia Ocean

Dreki Ocean

Brysjuc Ocean

Orostani Ocean

Serachicha Ocean

Asawagi Ocean

Rhumasae Ocean

Meireidour Ocean

Tamias Ocean

Goncaran Ocean


The Sea of Monwe

Indawagyi Sea

Gunhong Sea


The Gulf of No Return

Vartiland Trench

The Boiling Void

Gatekeeper Strait

Ra'thcanian Passage

Ngakaya Straight

Chagayang Bay

Churuvala Bay

Aktah Bay

Thor Passage

Last Passage



Jaw of the New World

Moaning Gulf

Strait of Pataya

Pit of Despair

Gulf of Inertia

Scabia Triangle

A supposed maritime anomaly zone stretching from the tip of Courelli, to Ceni, and the edge of Hirematia. Evidence for actual anomalies is sparse.


Climate fluctuates significantly on Miyana according to many factors such as altitude, proximity to coast, foliage, variation, longitude, air and water currents, and other factors. However, general patterns exist, which define many of the systems that themselves influence climate zones.

Coming soon: Simplified Climate Map


Selected Parallels

A number of abstract lines are drawn that approximate factors that influence Miyana’s climate either side of them.


Shown opposite in black, the equator is defined as equidistant from the geographic north pole and geographic south pole. The equator has the distinction of, on equinoxes, having equal duration days and nights. Further, temperatures tend to be the most stable as sunlight angle and duration varies least according to time of year.

Polar Circles

Shown in blue. Defined as the points furthest from the respective pole where the sun is visible above the horizon for 24 hours continuously (on the solstices). On Miyana, these occur at 58.8 degrees north and south respectively, and are called the Serkaskyian Cirlce in the northern case, and the Ikeelun circle in the southern.


Highlighted by red lines, and the translucent red intertropical zone, the tropics are the areas furthest from the equator, at which the sun may be seen as directly overhead (Summer solstice in the north, winter solstice in the south). The tropical zone typically is warm and has limited seasonal variation, often expressed as a dry season and a wet season. On Miyana the tropics are found at 18 degrees north and south.


Illustrated by dashed orange lines, the subtropics are not defined through any relation, as the other parallels are, but rather simply as a zone between the tropics and the temperate zone. On Miyana the boundary is defined as 28.8 degrees north or south of the equator.


Moon 1

Moon 1
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Orbital characteristics
Satellite ofMiyana

Moon 1 is one of Miyana's two natural satellites, with a grey, rocky surface pockmarked with craters and seas.

Miyana and her natural satellites, Miyana I and Miyana II, to scale.

Moon 2

Moon 2
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Orbital characteristics
Satellite ofMiyana

Moon 2 is one of Miyana's two natural satellites, appearing as a small, sandy-colored dot in the sky.


Humans are a species of Great ape (Hominidae) native to a small portion of the supercontinent Medja, on the planet Miyana. The species has naturalised to most of the land area of the planet. Humans are distinct in their degree of sapient thought, foreplanning, sentience, and ability to manipulate tools and their environment. Highly morphologically and phenotypically diverse, humans have also formed a wide variety of societies and cultures.

Evolution and Early Migration

The assumed native range of Homo Sapiens Sapiens, on Medja, Miyana
Map showing migration during the early prehistory period. Colours of arrow and path indicate which of the six known events of humans leaving their native range was the origin of that population in primacy.


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Many methods of timekeeping, as well as discrete conceptions of the notion of time itself exist on Miyana. The most common form, and the form utilised for international trade and diplomacy, known as Miyana International Time uses a 24 hour fixed day, 7 day week, 400 day per year standard, as well as time zones centred around the prime meridian in Hiremattia. Various standards are described below.

Miyana International Time

A map showing default timezones by Latitude (does not account for national standardisations)

Miyana International Time, used as the common international timekeeping and coordination standard, splits time into fixed duration units consisting of seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, and years. These are defined as 60 seconds are equal to a minute, 60 minutes to an hour, 24 hours to a day, 7 days to a week, 400 days to a year. There are 13 months in this calendar.


The following serves as a general reference for international communications on Miyana. Listed below are Dialing Codes and Top Level Domains organized by supercontinent. Time zones are given in Miyana International Time, and tables are ordered by ascending dialing code.

Erede (+1##)

Country or Territory Code Timezone T.L.D.
Biscuitopolis +111 0 .bik
Hirematia +116 -1/0 .hm
El Dreq +118 +3/+4 .drq
Acktahn +119 -1 .ack
North American Republics +122 +5 .nar
Azral +123 +8 .azr
Noirmarche +125 +2 .bka
Courelli +127 -3 .co
Legavin +128 0 .leg
Slim Sheikhs +131 +8 .ssh
Dūnonkoid +133 -1 .dnk
Lost Slokasians +135 +2 .slo
Sgáwpîtyàw +141 -3 .spy
Rossia +143 +7 .ros
Vurgundia +146 0 .vrg
Verve +148 0 .vrv
Jokkosten +155 +1 .jkk
Arcadia Crest +157 +7 .arc
Astogne +158 0 .asg
Bolrus +162 +7 .blr
Olitia +163 0 .oli
Krepayat +166 +8 .kre
Koiho +181 0 .ko
Erynia and Draconia +192 +2 .edr

Extrea (+2##)

Country or Territory Code Timezone T.L.D.
Afgraq +214 +8 .afg
Qosist +223 +8 .qos
Edengrond +226 +8 .edn
Be'Thalia +233 +5 .bea
Sintai +235 +11 .sin
Artonan +241 +8 .art
Golanofa +244 +5 .gof
Keron +248 +6 .krn
Kia'Ratha +251 +5 .kia
Petitopolis +254 +8 .pet
Furnacia +259 +6 .frn
Suranat +264 +5 .sur
Jir'Wet +268 +5 .jrw
Yonndur +272 +11 .yon
Kyrptonan +275 +8 .kyp
Derisa +281 +6 .drs
Irqat +282 +5 .irq
Omurd +286 +5 .omd

Ikeela (+3##)

Country or Territory Code Timezone T.L.D.
Myanglung +314 -11/-12 .mya
Xuackzaltucha +322 -5 .xck
Kahakainui +328 -10 .khk

Medja (+4##)

Country or Territory Code Timezone T.L.D.
Coryre +415 -6 .cre
Brys Questions +422 -10 .brq
Rekorye +426 -6 .rky
Adzekyre +435 -6 .adz
Hartel +444 -4 .hrt
Papagalliania +452 -7/-8 .pap
Cortelre +462 -6 .ctr
Toonela +467 -5/-6 .tnl

Aspah (+5##)

Country or Territory Code Timezone T.L.D.
Hjátýna +511 -7/-8 .hjt
Harndon +522 -8 .harn
Qutset +534 -8 .qut
Lafartya +539 -5 .lft
Fernargh +542 -10 .frn
Armocht +543 -10 .arm

Skian (+6##)

Country or Territory Code Timezone T.L.D.
Dai Kujang +622 +11 .dkj
Kujang +636 +11 .kuj
Bekon +652 -12/-11 .bek






L’adgaegic + 667 +8 .lad
Kanoria, Formaelandi, Halda-Vatn, Vollr-Mikill, Gaetinn Ey

Maetharinsia, Vankankilliandradaa, Arcis Concordis, Geshlshla, Horgr

+ 672

+ 673




Abyssa (+7##)

Country or Territory Code Timezone T.L.D.
Iglosa +711 -1 .igl
Burnhelm +737 +5 .brn

Overflow Registry (+8##)

Currently unused and reserved for potential future expansions or nations.

International Organisations (+9##)

Organisation Code
Social Liberal Union +900
Alliance of Eredean States +992


Travel consists of moving people, objects, goods, or vehicles from one place to another, and may be done in a number of ways, common forms are detailed below in addition to speeds, and time taken to travel on major routes by a number of means.



Standardised average speed: 5 KMH / 3.1 MPH

Breaks required: 14 hours per day


Standardised average speed: 6.4 KMH / 4 MPH

Breaks required: 13 hours per day


Standardised average speed: 7.2 KMH / 4.5 MPH

Breaks required: 16 hours per day


Please use the most similar animal from the following list for an approximate speed, if towing a vehicle reduce speed by 10%


Standardised average walking speed: 6.4 KMH / 4 MPH (13 hours break per day minimum)

Standardised average running speed: 85 KMH / 52.8 MPH (20 hours break per day minimum)

Elephant / Mammoth

Standardised average walking speed: 7.2 KMH / 4.5 MPH (6 hours break per day minimum)

Standardised average running speed: 40 KMH / 24.9 MPH (12 hours break per day minimum)


Standardised average walking speed: 8 KMH / 5 MPH (11 hours break per day minimum)

Standardised average running speed: 50 KMH / 31 MPH (22 hours break per day minimum)


Standardised average walking speed: 5 KMH / 3.1 MPH (9 hours break per day minimum)

Standardised average running speed: 65 KMH / 40.4 MPH (21 hours break per day minimum)


Standardised average walking speed: 9 KMH / 5.6 MPH (17 hours break per day minimum)

Standardised average running speed: 70 KMH / 45 MPH (19 hours break per day minimum)

Other Human or Animal Powered


Standardised road speed: 42 KMH / 26 MPH

Standardised off-road speed: 12.9 KMh / 8 MPH

Rest required: 16 hours per day

Land Motor Vehicles

Cars and Motorcycles

Road Speed: 130 KMH / 80.8 MPH

Off-Road Speed: 42 KMH / 26 MPH

Light Goods Vehicles

Road Speed: 120 KMH / 74.6 MPH

Off-Road Speed: 24 KMH / 15 MPH

Heavy Goods Vehicles

Road Speed: 120 KMH / 74.6 MPH

Off-Road Speed: 12.9 KMH / 8 MPH

Air Vehicles


Civilian Standard speed: 970 KMH / 602.7 MPH

Civilian Rapid speed: 2000 KMH / 1242.7 MPH

Extreme Airplane: 3500 KMH / 2174.8 MPH

Range before refuelling: 20,000 Kilometres / 12427 Miles (max)


Standard Speed: 180 KMH / 111.8 MPH

Temporary boost: 200 KMH / 124.3 MPH

Range before refuelling: 50,000 Kilometres / 31,069 Miles (max)


Standard Speed: 258 KMH /160.3 MPH

Range before refuelling: 500 Kilometres / 310.7 Miles (max)

Water Vehicles


Civilian Standard speed: 35 KMH / 21.7 MPH

Civilian Shipping Lane Speed: 50 KMH / 31 MPH

Military Speed: 60 KMH / 37.3 MPH

Range before refuelling: 28,000 Kilometres / 17398 Miles


A diagrammatic map showing the Miyana international rail network

International High Speed Network

Standardised average speed: 450 KMH / 280 MPH

Local Networks

Standardised Average speed: 150 KMH / 93 MPH


1 Person (Personal)

Standardised average speed: 180 KMH / 111.8 MPH

2 - 9 Person (Small)

Standardised average speed: 155 KMH / 96.3 MPH

10 - 50 Person (Medium)

Standardised average speed: 130 KMH / 80.8 MPH

50 - 300 Person (Large)

Standardised average speed: 110 KMH / 68.4 MPH



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