League of Nations

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League of Nations
Flag of League of Nations
Administrative centerPalace of Nations
Alba Concordia
TypeIntergovernmental organization
Brenna Daenlaine
17 August 1955
• Charter entered into force
1 December 1955

The League of Nations (LoN) is an intergovernmental organization that aims to maintain international peace and security, develop friendly relations among nations, achieve international cooperation, and be a center for harmonizing the actions of nations. The League was established after the Second Great War with the aim of preventing future wars, replacing an earlier system of ad hoc diplomatic congresses and summits.



Great War efforts


Occidental Cold War

The Deluge

The League of Nations was criticized for expediting the course of the Deluge by enacting the Cronan Emergency Resolution, giving major powers significant war powers in northern Crona.

The Final War of the Deluge

Following the end of the war and the Fall of Anzo, the League created the League of Nations Service Medal for those who had fought under League of Nations Command against Varshan.


General Assembly

The General Assembly of the League of Nations is the primary body of the League, and consists of one Representative from each member state. Nations are admitted to or ejected from the League by a General Assembly vote after consideration by the constituent General Assembly Committee on Membership, with a simple majority required to admit a nation and a 2/3 vote to eject a nation, after which a nation's representatives are removed from the General Assembly and all other bodies of the League. A three-month suspension prior to final expulsion from the League is also required. The General Assembly is responsible for final votes on amendments to the Code of the League of Nations after submission by the Committee on Codes, as well as issuing resolutions on League territories, policy, and condemnations of individual nations or international corporations as well as any other organizational activities not covered by the other bodies of the League.


The Provost-General is the head of the General Assembly, and acts as its presiding officer. The Provost-General is assisted by a staff of minutes-keepers, aides, and the League of Nations Grounds Security Force. Previously, terms as Provost-General lasted for one year; as of 2019, the Code was amended to extend the term to two years. The maximum number of terms per representative is strictly limited to two consecutive terms, though nothing bars returning after a skipping a term between consecutive segments of service.

Outside the General Assembly, the Provost-General is responsible for appointments to all League agencies other than the Security Council and those seats predesignated to Urcea, Kiravia, and Caphiria, covering affairs from international environmental preservation to human rights protections. Most of these are final barring a challenge in the General Assembly, with the exception of the International Justice Court, whose members are nominated by the PG and ratified by the Assembly. In the case of the Security Council, the Provost-General vetoes or approves of member selections made by the Chairperson of the Security Council.

Agencies and commissions

Security Council

The League of Nations Security Council is headed by a Chairperson, who is a rotating representative from Kiravia, Caphiria, or Urcea, each of which have permanent status on the Security Council. The Chairperson nominates four rotating members from Crona/Vallos, Sarpedon proper/Australis, Levantia/Kiroborea, and Audonia/Alshar, bringing the total membership to seven delegates. The primary duty of the Security Council is to designate areas of global security risk and to delegate member states to respond to global or major regional threats. Historically, this has included preparations for a response to the Vandarch Canal Crisis prior to its resolution by regional reactions, as well as the coalition of nations which fought Varshan in the Final War of the Deluge under the auspices of the League of Nations Command in Crona.

International Justice Court

Bureau of International Statistics

Main Article: Bureau of International Statistics


Peacekeeping and Security

Economic Development and Commerce

Human Rights


Some renowned international figures have criticized the League of Nations as an extension of Urcea diplomacy, or more broadly as an exclusive Occidental world and colonial powers club in spite of the long-term membership and even political tenured of delegates from eastern nations such as Corumm in the offices of the League. The League of Nations is a common target of Counter-Equatorial conspiracy theories and manifestos by dictators and warlords in the third world, as well as nations diplomatically bent against Caphirian-Urcean hegemony. Additionally, the League has found a number of critics claiming it is too powerful and interferes in national affairs even as others decry it as useless and unconcerned with actual change or improvement in the world.