Create a new article
Write your page title here:
We currently have 6,349 articles on Polcompball Anarchy Wiki. Type your article name above or create one of the articles listed here!

    Polcompball Anarchy Wiki

    Enchanted Killarchy of Huit

    The Enchanted Killarchy of Huit, is a country that appears to be a utopia on the surface but is actually a dystopian society. The regime was initially created to fix the social, economic, and political problems plaguing the country. However, the Christian Holy Monarcho-Kraterocracy quickly descended into a total control state where the government monitored every aspect of people's lives.

    The regime enforced strict limitations on freedom of speech, assembly, and dissent. Political opponents were jailed or persecuted, and any criticism of the regime was deemed a crime. The regime also suppressed religious minorities and marginalized groups, forcing them to comply with its strict moral code.

    Furthermore, the regime's obsession with maintaining law and order resulted in the creation of a highly oppressive police state. The regime gave broad powers to the police to monitor and control the movements of citizens, which led to numerous human rights abuses. The regime's strict moral code also led to the suppression of individual freedoms, and people were forced to live under rules and regulations, though it wasn’t really that crucial because it was only forcing the citizens to be Christian, and using a Monarcho-Kraterocratic-like system. In spite of the regime's attempts to portray Huit as a utopia, the reality was far from it. The people were oppressed, and their basic freedoms were denied. The regime's policies had a negative impact on the country's economic and social development. The country's once flourishing democracy had become a shell of its former self, and the people were living in fear of the regime. Despite the regime's claims of restoring traditional values and creating a better society, in reality, it was a dystopia disguised as a utopia.  Despite the harm caused by the regime, it still cares for its people and works towards creating a better future for the country.


    The information below was from the official Pearis Juniversity and Marseau Juniversity.

    Foundation (2023-2036)

    In the early 2020s, the political and economic situation in France had grown increasingly unstable, with a series of government scandals and economic recessions leading to widespread public distrust and unrest. This created the perfect environment for radical political ideologies to emerge and gain traction.

    One such ideology was Christian Holy Monarcho-Kraterocracy, most commonly known as Cronarchism, which was born out of a fusion of Christian fundamentalism, monarchist ideals, and a radical interpretation of the concept of "tough love." Its adherents believed that the only way to save France from the chaos and decay of modern society was to return to traditional values and establish a strong, religious leadership with absolute power to rule over the masses. France was later renamed to Huit.

    In 2023, a group of Christian fundamentalists and monarchists launched a coup d'état, overthrowing the democratic government and establishing a Christian Holy Monarcho-Kraterocracy. Over the next several years, the government implemented a series of harsh but effective policies, including a return to traditional Christian values, strict law and order, and the creation of a powerful military to maintain its authority.

    While these policies were controversial, they were also highly successful in reestablishing order and stability in the country. Over the next several years, the Cronarchy oversaw a period of unprecedented economic growth and development, transforming Huit into a regional power and one of the fastest-growing economies in Europe.

    Overtime, Huit has been developing very advanced technologies to prevent any attacks and to attack them back with dangerous weapons. An example of such weapon would be the “ ████████ █████ “, which can ███████████████.

    The reign of the Cronarchy, which lasted from 2023 to 2036, was marked by its highly controversial and authoritarian policies. While some criticized its lack of democratic values and human rights abuses, others praised its success in restoring order and prosperity to Huit. Its legacy remains a topic of debate among historians, political scientists, and ordinary citizens alike, and its impact on Huit and the world will likely continue to be felt for many years to come.

    Currently (2036-2040)

    Despite the harm caused by the regime, Huit still cared for its people and worked towards creating a better future for the country. The regime made significant progress in terms of economic development and technological infrastructure overtime, which led to the country's growth and prosperity. However, the regime's focus on maintaining law and order led to the creation of a highly oppressive police state, which limited individual freedoms. The regime's strict moral code also led to the suppression of individual rights and the marginalization of certain social groups. Christians from Neo-Carthage are currently fleeing to Huit for its Christian values.

    As a Holy Monarcho-Kraterocracy, Huit places a strong emphasis on the integration of religion and government. The monarch, who is seen as both a political and religious leader, is believed to have been chosen by divine authority to govern the nation. Their role involves not only making political decisions but also ensuring the spiritual well-being of the people.

    In Huit, Christianity is the state religion, and its teachings and values are deeply embedded in the country's legal and social systems. The government actively promotes and enforces Christian practices, rituals, and beliefs throughout society. This means that all citizens are required to profess and practice Christianity as the official faith of the nation.

    The enforcement of this religious adherence may vary, ranging from incentives and encouragement to more strict measures such as penalties or limitations for those who do not comply. The government may establish institutions, such as religious education programs or mandatory church attendance, to ensure the population's continuous engagement with the Christian faith.

    Huit's Christian Holy Monarcho-Kraterocracy aims to create a society where the principles of Christianity form the foundation of all aspects of life. The government seeks to foster a strong moral and ethical framework based on Christian teachings, with the hope of promoting unity, social harmony, and spiritual growth among its citizens.


    Not much is known about the tactics they use everytime because it does not repeat, but they truly know how the military aims to be the strongest. It would be a formidable and technologically advanced force. The military of Huit would be composed of highly trained soldiers, equipped with state-of-the-art weaponry and supported by advanced military technology.

    Huit's military would prioritize defense and protection of the country, as well as the promotion and preservation of its Christian beliefs and values. It would be structured to ensure a strong chain of command, efficient communication, and strategic planning. The military would likely have various branches, including an army, navy, air force, and specialized units dedicated to different types of combat and defense.

    The army of Huit would consist of well-trained and disciplined soldiers. They would receive extensive training in both conventional and asymmetrical warfare tactics, allowing them to adapt to various combat scenarios. The army would have a range of armored vehicles, artillery, and infantry weapons to carry out ground operations effectively.

    The navy of Huit would boast a powerful fleet equipped with advanced warships, submarines, and maritime patrol aircraft. It would have the capability to project power across the seas, protect Huit's borders, and support international peacekeeping missions if necessary.

    The air force of Huit would possess a formidable fleet of fighter jets, bombers, and reconnaissance aircraft. It would have advanced air defense systems to protect Huit's airspace and the ability to launch precision strikes against potential threats.

    Huit's military would also invest in research and development to stay at the forefront of military technology. This would include advancements in areas such as cyber warfare, unmanned aerial vehicles (drones), and space-based capabilities.


    In a free market economy, individuals and businesses would have the freedom to engage in economic activities without significant government interference. This would include the freedom to start businesses, make investment decisions, and compete in the marketplace.

    The private sector would play a dominant role in Huit's economy, with businesses operating based on profit motives and pursuing their own self-interests. Market competition would drive efficiency, innovation, and productivity as businesses strive to attract customers and maximize profits.

    Huit's economy would likely prioritize entrepreneurship and individual initiative, encouraging the formation and growth of businesses. This would create opportunities for wealth creation, job creation, and economic growth.

    The government's role in a completely free market economy would be limited to maintaining law and order, enforcing contracts, and protecting property rights. It would refrain from intervening in the pricing of goods and services, market competition, or the regulation of industries.

    In such an economy, consumers would have the freedom to make choices based on their preferences and purchasing power. Prices would be determined by market forces of supply and demand, enabling efficient allocation of resources and signaling the needs and wants of consumers.

    While a completely free market economy can lead to economic growth and innovation, it can also result in income inequality and market failures. The absence of government regulations may allow for unfair business practices, exploitation, or the formation of monopolies. It would be crucial for Huit's society to address these potential challenges through mechanisms such as antitrust laws or social safety nets to ensure fairness and protect vulnerable individuals.

    The Monarchy

    In this system, the monarch would hold ultimate authority as the head of state, making key decisions and setting the overall direction for the nation. The monarch's role would encompass both ceremonial and executive functions, providing stability and continuity in governance.

    The Kraterocracy, consisting of influential individuals from diverse backgrounds, would serve as advisors to the monarch. These individuals would be selected based on their expertise, knowledge, and commitment to the welfare of Huit. They would act as a check on the monarch's power, offering guidance, alternative perspectives, and expertise in various fields.

    The council would be structured to ensure representation from different sectors of society, including business leaders, academics, scientists, artists, and community representatives. This diversity of voices would foster a holistic approach to decision-making, incorporating a wide range of perspectives and expertise.

    Transparency and accountability would be central tenets of the Absolute Monarcho-Kraterocracy. The government would be committed to open dialogue, regularly engaging with the citizens of Huit to seek their input and address their concerns. Public participation would be encouraged through mechanisms such as town hall meetings, public consultations, or online platforms.

    To prevent the concentration of power and foster a system of checks and balances, an independent judiciary would be established. This judicial branch would ensure that decisions made by the monarch and the council align with the constitutional framework and protect the rights and liberties of the citizens.

    In terms of succession, careful consideration would be given to ensure the stability and continuity of the monarchy. The monarch would be encouraged to select an heir who demonstrates the necessary qualities and capabilities to lead effectively. However, this process would also involve the input and approval of the Kraterocracy, ensuring that the succession is based on merit and not solely on hereditary factors.

    While an Absolute Monarcho-Kraterocracy grants significant authority to the monarch, the incorporation of additional Kraterocratic characteristics, such as diverse representation, transparency, accountability, and checks and balances, aims to create a system that balances the monarch's power with the expertise and perspectives of the council. This would foster a government that is responsive, inclusive, and focused on the well-being and progress of Huit and its citizens.

    Abolishing the Anarchy

    The regime's police forces were highly militarized, and they were authorized to use force against anyone who was deemed a threat to the regime.

    The regime's policy of using complete violence to uphold order led to countless cases of human rights abuses and violations of basic freedoms. The people were forced to live under a constant state of fear, as they knew that speaking out against the regime could have serious consequences. Many people were arrested and persecuted for their political views, and many others were just disappeared without a trace.

    Despite the brutality of the regime, it managed to keep the country under its thumb for a long time. The people were too scared to rise up against the regime, and those who did were quickly crushed. The regime's use of violence was so effective that it was considered a powerful deterrent against any potential opposition.

    The regime's policies of complete violence were criticized by many in the international community, and there were calls for the regime to be held accountable for its atrocities. However, the regime was able to maintain power for many years.


    Huit forces its population to be Christian by introducing a policy of religious supremacy. The regime used religion as a tool to maintain control over the people and to enforce its values.

    The regime's policy of religious supremacy mandated that all citizens must be Christian and follow the regime's interpretation of Christianity. Those who refused to convert to Christianity were subject to persecution and discrimination. The regime also banned all other religions, including Judaism, Islam, and Hinduism.

    Huit uses several methods to force the population to be Christian. One method was through the education system. The regime introduced a new curriculum in schools that taught a skewed version of Christianity, and students who refused to accept the regime's interpretation of Christianity were subject to ridicule and abuse.

    Another method was through the criminal justice system. Huit imposes harsh punishments for those who were found not to be practicing Christianity, including fines, jail time, and even execution. The regime also established a robust network of informants and secret police who monitored the population for any sign of dissent.

    The regime's focus on religious supremacy had a profound impact on Huit. The people were afraid to practice their own faith and were forced to live under the regime's interpretation of Christianity. This led to a culture of fear and alienation, and it undermined the country's social fabric. The legacy of the regime's religious supremacy can still be felt today, even though the regime has been abolished. It is also speculated that Christians from Neo-Carthage have fled to Huit.

    Relations with other countries

    Not ripped off of - This section describes the current ongoing relations with other countries in PCBaller PCBA Edition.




    • Ukraine - Your prime minister is Christian which is based..


    • Atlantic Canadian Commonwealth - We share some ethnic groups which puts you higher on the list, although why the democracy? Literally just tyranny by majority. Hear from both sides and benefit by taking both advice and combining it to make a better logic.


    • Neo-Carthage - A neighbor that could be a potential danger but we’re ready at all times. Hopefully.

    Thin Ice

    • Eurasian Free Zone - The only reason you’re here is because of violence — a great form of action to do. Potentially, you could be a worthy foe.







    Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.

    Recent changes

  • Mr savoi • 3 minutes ago
  • Mr savoi • 17 minutes ago
  • Mr savoi • 20 minutes ago
  • Mr savoi • 27 minutes ago
  • Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.