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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

High King?

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)


Would Siovadra not properly be a condominium with Baden rather than with the HRE itself? Benkarnell 07:18, 26 October 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)