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{{Kingdom_Infobox|title1 = The K'vaki Khanate|image1 = K'Vak-2.png|caption1 = A Banner Commonly Accepted as the K'vaki Khanate Flag|type = Loose Collection of Tribes|location = K'valk|realms = Greater Enníare|capital = None|founded/built = ~450BBB|ruler = Mother Gbul|summary = A loose alliance of goblin tribes with strong collective magic.|other_names = The K'vaki Goblin Tribes|inhabitants = Goblins (Primarily)|spoken_languages = Aw'k (Primarily)}}
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{{Kingdom_Infobox|title1 = The K'vaki Khanate|image1 = K'Vak-2.png|caption1 = A Banner Commonly Accepted as the K'vaki Khanate Flag|type = Loose Collection of Tribes|location = K'valk|realms = Greater Enníare|capital = None|founded/built = ~450 BBB|ruler = Mother Gbul|summary = A loose alliance of goblin tribes with strong collective magic.|other_names = The K'vaki Goblin Tribes|inhabitants = Goblins (Primarily)|spoken_languages = Aw'k (Primarily)}}
   
 
The K'vaki Goblin tribes, are a collection of tribes and chiefdoms currently administrated by mother Gbul. Also known by the name of the K'vaki Khanate, the K'vaki Goblin Tribes are a relatively minor player in wider history, and don't stray outside their island of K'vak often. The majority of what is known about K'vaki history comes from the [X] paged epic, ''the Wulbva. ''
 
The K'vaki Goblin tribes, are a collection of tribes and chiefdoms currently administrated by mother Gbul. Also known by the name of the K'vaki Khanate, the K'vaki Goblin Tribes are a relatively minor player in wider history, and don't stray outside their island of K'vak often. The majority of what is known about K'vaki history comes from the [X] paged epic, ''the Wulbva. ''
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== '''History''' ==
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'''Ancient History'''
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The Wulbva outlines a series of mythical events in the first few chapters, often describing mythical Spirits and the shaping of the landscape by these Spirits. The first date recorded in the Wulbva is written on the 10th line of the second chapter. It is ambiguous and goes as follows: ''"Five days after the Second Appearance of Jh’ka during the Eight Year..." ''While contemporary scholars are unsure of a precise date, clues in the text allowed a range of possibilities to be crafted. You see, Jh'ka is a giant goblin-eating Spirit within goblin myth. While there is debate on whether Jh'ka is the Blood Moon, or only appears during the Blood Moon, we can conclude that the first date recorded in the Wulbva happens five days after the second Blood Moon of the Eight Year, as it references his "second appearance." While scholars are at a loss to exactly what year Before the Battle of Bardük the "Eight Year" is, based upon other records of years with at least two Blood Moons scholars have deduced a list of possible years Before the Battle of Bardük the referred to "Eight Year" could've taken place:
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* 5032 BBB
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* 4861 BBB
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* 4684 BBB
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* 4515 BBB
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* 4345 BBB
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* 4174 BBB
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* 4005 BBB
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Scholars doubt that the recorded date happens any later. It is also important to note that scholars assume the calendar the writer of the Wulbva used is solar and similar to our own. The "Eight Year" may very well be the equivalent of 10,456 BBB for all we know.
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The rest of the section of the Wulbva scholars have labeled as "ancient history" discusses the uniting of various goblin tribes, development of magic technology, and various famines and plagues of locust. No dates are listed for these events
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'''Contemporary History'''
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The first event that involves actors outside of K'vak is that of Elves discovering the island. While the Wulbva dedicates only a line to the elven landings (and then immediately goes back to discussion on locusts), this affair would change K'vaki history for ever. Based on elven records we can assume this event happened around 3950 BBB.

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The K'vaki Goblin tribes, are a collection of tribes and chiefdoms currently administrated by mother Gbul. Also known by the name of the K'vaki Khanate, the K'vaki Goblin Tribes are a relatively minor player in wider history, and don't stray outside their island of K'vak often. The majority of what is known about K'vaki history comes from the [X] paged epic, the Wulbva.

History

Ancient History

The Wulbva outlines a series of mythical events in the first few chapters, often describing mythical Spirits and the shaping of the landscape by these Spirits. The first date recorded in the Wulbva is written on the 10th line of the second chapter. It is ambiguous and goes as follows: "Five days after the Second Appearance of Jh’ka during the Eight Year..." While contemporary scholars are unsure of a precise date, clues in the text allowed a range of possibilities to be crafted. You see, Jh'ka is a giant goblin-eating Spirit within goblin myth. While there is debate on whether Jh'ka is the Blood Moon, or only appears during the Blood Moon, we can conclude that the first date recorded in the Wulbva happens five days after the second Blood Moon of the Eight Year, as it references his "second appearance." While scholars are at a loss to exactly what year Before the Battle of Bardük the "Eight Year" is, based upon other records of years with at least two Blood Moons scholars have deduced a list of possible years Before the Battle of Bardük the referred to "Eight Year" could've taken place:

  • 5032 BBB
  • 4861 BBB
  • 4684 BBB
  • 4515 BBB
  • 4345 BBB
  • 4174 BBB
  • 4005 BBB

Scholars doubt that the recorded date happens any later. It is also important to note that scholars assume the calendar the writer of the Wulbva used is solar and similar to our own. The "Eight Year" may very well be the equivalent of 10,456 BBB for all we know.

The rest of the section of the Wulbva scholars have labeled as "ancient history" discusses the uniting of various goblin tribes, development of magic technology, and various famines and plagues of locust. No dates are listed for these events

Contemporary History

The first event that involves actors outside of K'vak is that of Elves discovering the island. While the Wulbva dedicates only a line to the elven landings (and then immediately goes back to discussion on locusts), this affair would change K'vaki history for ever. Based on elven records we can assume this event happened around 3950 BBB.

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