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Union of Russian Republics
Sector II Pan-Russian Zone

Flag and Arms of the sector
Motto "God Save Russia And All Her Spheres"
Anthem State Anthem of the Union of Russian Republics
National Anthem of Russia
Political centres Moscow
Official language(s) Russian
Member states Russian Federation, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Finland, Svalbard (formerly Norway), Faroe Islands, Ukraine, Belarus, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan
President Boris Zherdev
Prime minister Andria Pkheidze
Other officials Veniamin Yolkov
Societal and Economical Development
Population 493,102,000
World superpower ranking 3
Main exports Industrial components, civilian vehicles, computer hardware, weapons, grain, wheat, livestock and other foodstuffs
HDI High
Democracy index 1.00
Controlling power Federal Security Service (FSB)
Government type Federal semi-presidential constitutional republic (Official)

Neo-fascist dictatorship (Actual)

Preceding political entities Russian Federation
Average crime rate Medium
Crime control A-
Unemployment 11%

The Sector II Pan-Russian Zone (Russian: Союз Русских Республик, tr. Soyuz Russkih Respublik) is a political sector located in the greater parts of the northern hemisphere and Arctic circle formed from the idealism of an all-Russian nation. On the surface level, Sector II is a stable, powerful, and productive nation, however underneath the nation is little more than a ultranationalist and brutal dictatorship.

A state of deadly efficiency, the Union of Russian Republics has been marked in particular as an example of the devastating effects of the sectoral system and its ability to allow regression into raw imperialistic and empirical tendencies. However, the sector is a candle burning at both ends. With a long-drawn and chaotic reunification of all Russias and subsequent dive deeply into eurasian territory, the new Russia has made little in the way of creating political allies. With trends continuing unchanged, it may only be a matter of time before the Sector provokes yet another international conflict.

As a median between its technological, economical and military progress, Sector II is currently ranked second in the world superpower ranking.




The largest sector on the planet, Sector II shares spanning borders with the Sectors I, III, IV and V; three of which are (after Russia itself) in fact the strongest military and economic powers in current existence.

To concentrate all available security and law enforcement as efficiently as possible, the vast majority of the Sector II population is centralised within Western Russia. Small communities do exist within Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan tasked with military duties and aiding in mining projects.

Most of the unofficial Sector II concentration/labour camps exist in either the Kazakh and Turkmen deserts or deep in the freezing arctic of Siberia itself.

Controlled States

  • FlagРоссия Greater Russian Federation

With the people of Belarus and Greater Crimea reunited with their brethren of Russia, the Greater Russian Confederation has been restored to its rightful state.

  • FlagAzerbaijan Azerbaijan

Conquered in 2037 by Russian Specialist Forces to prevent United States' military activity from moving upward into the Caucasus.

  • FlagGeorgia Georgia

Conquered in 2037. Like Azerbaijan, was taken and transformed into a first line defence against Sector I military forces in the middle east. The national identity of Georgia has all but been erased since Russian conquest, becoming one with the sector and its central nation.

  • FlagImNotGoingToMakeABoratReferenceHere Kazakhstan

Absorbed into the greater Russian landmass by Russian forces in 2036. Fortified heavily to become practically a fortress nation, it was assigned as a primary base of command in regards to the intense military movement in the middle east involving the forces of China, India and the United States.

  • Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg Kyrgyzstan

Entered into a military pact with the Greater Russian Federation in 2036 under the promise of protection from Chinese aggression. The eastern border has been heavily fortified.

  • Flag of Tajikistan.svg Tajikistan

Entered into a military pact with the Greater Russian Federation in 2036 under the promise of protection from potential American and Chinese aggression. The eastern border has been heavily fortified.

  • Flag of Turkmenistan.svg Turkmenistan

Entered into a military pact with the Greater Russian Federation in 2036 under the promise of protection from American aggression. The southern border with Iran has been heavily fortified and the country has been on a war footing for close on a century.

  • Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Uzbekistan

Coerced into a military pact with the Greater Russian Federation in 2036 under the promise of protection from American aggression in the event of a potential invasion of Turkmenistan. Officially considered to be an independent state.

Disputed Territories

  • FlagFinland Finland

Captured by the Greater Russian Federation in 2095. After a failed conquest at the dawn of the Sectoral Revolution, Russia had maintained a considerable interest in the territories of Finland. When their chance came to invade the nation during the instability brought about by the Third World War, the tanks rolled straight across the border. At the close of 2101, Russia elected to ignore the Treaty of Geneva and maintain a presence upon the lands that they had captured from the Project Earth Reborn forces.

  • FlagUkraine Ukraine

The Greater Russian Federation has laid claim to the western parts of the country that did not fall under the jurisdiction of the semi-autonomous Republic of Crimea that was absorbed into the Russian state. They currently consider the West Ukrainian government to be illegal and there have been several border skirmishes fought between the Europeans and the Russians in recent years.




Air Force

Russia fields highly specialised aircraft into the fields of war.

Whilst many variants exist, the default fighter as observed by foreign forces is typically a few variant multirole fighters capable of STOVL and CTOL. One particular variant includes the Soyuz 01-27 (Союз 01-27), a Russian-developed line of AI-aided multirole fighters used for ground attack, reconnaissance, and air defence missions with stealth capabilities.

Drones such as the Rossiya Hunter Killer-11 and Special Commission Stealth Fighter-171 also exist, many of which have stealth capabilities. The Rossiya AS-19 is a recently developed expendable drone with multi self-guided rocket launching capabilities initially designed to counter the Dachshund Interceptor.


Law Enforcement

To maintain the atmosphere of mob mentality within the citizens, (even at the hands of a singular offender) entire communities are usually always punished through starvation, thirst and blunt trauma to any outwardly uncooperative citizens.

In other cases, to retain to workforce population, male offenders are often castrated, whilst female offenders are often sterilised through either medically apt procedures or cheaply operated genital mutilation. In exceptionally specific cases, certain crimes are punished by instant death.

Emigration and Immigration Laws

Resistance Movements

Resistance movements do exist within the nation. Whilst societal dissent is aggressively and successfully suppressed by the FSB.

Notable Citizens

Sector II is the homeland of Alison Katsura. Through some slim window of chance she actually managed to escape through the combined effect of continuous elemental outbursts, subsequent Sector II punishment methods and relocation to work camps near the Turkmen-Iranian Border, as well as an insurgence and capture by Zionist Militia.



A five hundred Russian Ruble note depicting national hero Vladimir Putin

Sector II has a neomercantilist economy based primarily on fossil fuel, metals, and timber exports and manufacturing.

The nation generates a very notable share of its income through manufacturing of heavy duty industrial products used in the construction of weapons, the sale of excess raw food materials, production of advanced civilian vehicles (including aircraft) and cheaply available, moderately reliable computer hardware.




There is no individual culture within the nations of Sector II. Through the eyes of the state, culture implies nationalism and individuality. The only truly encouraged definition of "culture" is the culture of Russian Imperialism, and every man, woman and child has little choice but to be part of this national culture.


Outside of the immaculately maintained palaces and structures of Russian Tsarist and Imperialist history, all new architecture within the Sector is implementing with a bleak ideal of super futurism. Most buildings are merely stylised black-coloured cuboid buildings or concrete fortresses, often given a web-like ceiling of thousands of power lines mounted upon bare concrete pillars towering high in industrial areas. Many manufacturing complexes have few windows with dimensions larger than 1.5x1.5 metres, preventing curiosity and conditioning the citizens to living most of their lives within colourless artificially lit environments. With the majority of urban outdoor environments being always heavily lit by giant floodlights, many suburban Russians have little to no concept of a day and night cycle.


The Russian media provides all public television, phone lines, and internet access. A large majority of anti-russian websites are blocked. Everything typed upon keyboards and said on phones is recorded by and dealt with accordingly. The keyboard feature in particular is a newer addition implemented after the discovery of leftist revolutionaries and others of any others of a generic anti-government persuasion using them on idle computer booths to communicate to one-another.


The official religion of the Union of Russian Republics is Orthodox Christianity. Whilst its other traditional religions of Islam, Judaism, and Buddhism are not illegal, a rife anti-semitic and anti-arab atmosphere within the population has reduced the national adherence to these religions to negligible minorities.


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