Hey Christian, excellent work! One question though: why did you list "Dutch" under the languages spoken in Jervaine? Frankly, I think Jervaine is far outside the Dutch-speaking realm. Of course, there are numerous Batavian diplomats, tradespeople et sim. active in Jervaine, plus of course the average 2-3 million tourists yearly. But altogether I'm sure they don't add up much to the country's inhabitants.
OTOH I can't exclude the possibility of there being some speakers of Lëtzebuergesch or even Germanech. Cheers, IJzeren Jan.
- Yeah, Dutch is probably a far fetch. Maybe as backlash from Dutch-speaking Ceylon? ;) Tamil might be a better choice, then... I guess I'll just go with Lëtzebuergesch. There's no Germanech page around here yet, where is it spoken?
- Ah yes, the Batavian tourists. Easily recognized by the stockpile of toilet papers and rations they carry along in their camping vans. If you count them, all of Europe speaks Dutch. ;oP The Jervan
Are there Kings in Jervaine below the High King? Nik 20:42, 4 March 2006 (PST)
- No, the title is traditional from an earlier (short) time when Ausaedsa, Moseola and Siovadra were separate kingdoms. Also, a country as noble as Jervaine deserves to be called no less than *high* kingdom. ;o) The Jervan 05:24, 15 May 2007 (PDT)
- I think it might be that the part of jervaine linked to germany is held in personal union with the emperor only.--Marc Pasquin 11:19, 26 October 2007 (PDT)
- That makes sense. It would keep Siovadra more "Jovian". That means that Baden's history has to be rewritten somewhat, it looks like. Benkarnell 11:24, 26 October 2007 (PDT)
Are there any prestigious colleges in Jervaine? Misterxeight 17:11, 30 July 2008 (UTC)