|National motto: Pour Dieu et Son Empire|
|National anthem: God Save the Emperor|
|Region||Pantocratorian Archipelago, Western Atlantic|
|Largest City||New Constantinople|
|Population||About 6 billion|
|Suffrage||All Imperial Citizens aged 18 or over|
|Official Language(s)||French, Greek|
Andreus I Capet
Dr Thibault Drapeur
23 March 1462
|ISO Nation Code||PANT|
|Currency|| Pantocratorian Ducat (∂) (|
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Pantocratoria is the largest nation in the Pantocratorian Archipelago in the Western Atlantic. It is the largest nation in the entire West Atlantic in terms of population, but not of landmass. It was founded by a group of refugees (the Knights of the Order of the Pantocrator and their families) fleeing the Ottoman Empire after the Turkish conquest of Constantinople in 1453. The Pantocratorian Imperial line (the House of Bourbon-Comnenus-Palaeologus) sees itself as an extension of the Roman Emperors of Constantinople. It also claims descent from the Bourbon kings of France through Emperor Louis I, who was, the Imperial Family claims, the missing King Louis XVII of France, who disappeared during the French Revolution.
- 1 Culture
- 2 Religion
- 3 Military
- 4 Politics
- 5 Legal System
- 6 History
- 7 Facts
Pantocratorian society is culturally, economically, and linguistically diverse. In the rural countryside of mainland Pantocratoria, Greek-speaking Pantocratorians predominantly work in the agricultural sector. They are typically poorly educated, and earn less than their metropolitan compatriots. In Pantocratoria's cities live highly educated, comparatively affluent French-speaking Pantocratorians. In outlying islands, most notably the Exarchate of New Jerusalem, live so-called "Pantocratorian Indians" (and people descended from inter-marrying between European Pantocratorians and Aboriginal Pantocratorians), who tend to speak Greek and depend on fishing and other marine industries for their income.
Pantocratorian cultural institutions, architecture, art, and music are generally a synthesis of earlier Byzantine influences (which evolved into a style called Pantobyzantine) and later French ones. Pantocratorian architecture is famous for its ability to immediately evoke affection or expressions of distaste from non-Pantocratorians, with its odd clash of styles forming a mis-matching whole, with components from the Byzantine, baroque, rococo, and occassionally gothic styles all shamelessly thrown together without a thought of visual cohesion. Pantocratorian artwork tends to the religious subject matter of the Byzantine, in the heroic pre-impressionist French style.
|January 1||New Year's Day / Mary the Theotokos Feast Day|
|January 21||Louis XVI of France Memorial|
|March 17||Empress Theodora's Memorial (since 2001)|
|March 23||Pantocratorian Empire Day|
|May 1||Labour Day|
|May 29||Constantinople Day|
|May 30||St Constantine XI the Great Martyr Memorial|
|May 31||Pantocratorian Crusade Day|
|June 29||St Peter and St Paul Memorial|
|July 25||Accesssion of Constantine the Great Day|
|August 13||Constantine XIII Memorial|
|September 13||Feast Day of St John Chrysostom|
|September 26||Emperor's Birthday|
|October 28||Labarum Day|
|November 4||Louis and Theodora Day (or Child Bride Day)|
|November 19||Manuel the Frank Memorial|
|December 3||Accession Day|
|December 24||Christmas Eve|
|December 26||St Stephen's Day (or Boxing Day)|
Pantocratorians as a people enjoy holidays and historically successive emperors and governments have sought to build public goodwill through the creation of public holidays to commemorate various events and persons. Until the 20th Century, it was normal for large numbers of new holidays to be created during the reign of a particular emperor, which then ceased to be observed at the end of that emperor's reign. These holidays tended to commemorate great events of the reign - very few survived beyond the reign of their creator. Some emperors created more public holidays than others - Emperor Manuel VII created the most such holidays with sixty seven distinct holidays created during his reign alone (none have survived). The present Emperor, Andreus I, has created just one, commemorating the death of his wife, Empress Theodora. Many public holidays are religious in nature - Easter, Christmas, and significant feast days. Others are days commemorating significant events in the history of the nation - Pantocratorian Empire Day commemorates the coronation of Emperor Demetrius I as Emperor of Pantocratoria instead of as Emperor of the Romans, Constantinople Day commemorates the fall of the city of Constantinople in 1453, Pantocratorian Crusade Day celebrates the Knights of the Order of the Pantocrator and their crusade to retake the ancient capital, Child Bride Day commemorates the day on which the French and Pantocratorian crowns were united by the coronation and wedding of Emperor Louis and Empress Theodora II. The holidays for the Emperor's Birthday and Accession Day change from reign to reign depending on the birthday and accession date of the emperor.
Pantocratoria has no national sport, or even a sport which approaches that level of popularity. Amongst the nobility, jousting is a popular spectator sport (although only a few noblemen actively participate). Tennis is almost unknown to ordinary Pantocratorians, but is also very popular amongst the nobility, and is one of the few sports in which noble ladies especially participate (in the case of games played at the Imperial Court of Christ Pantocrator, in restrictive, impractical clothing consistent with the fashions of that court). Hunting is extremely popular amongst noblemen, and while noblewomen are often encouraged to spectate, they are usually actively discouraged or even forbidden from participating. Ordinary Pantocratorians are allowed to hunt, but as a general rule they don't - this is due to a combination of the fact that they are forbidden to own firearms and that almost every hunting forest is part of one noble estate or another and is thus off-limits for hunting without express permission from the estate owner. The difficulty ordinary people experience in trying to hunt has led to a profusion of private hunting resorts in the Confederal Members of Finara and Kagerlund, aimed mainly at Pantocratorian tourists. Soccer is popular in some areas, especially in Montmanuel, but its popularity is regional only, and the sport has almost no following in New Rome. Rugby union and rugby league are both popular on the north coast, especially in Adrienople. Horse racing is one of the only sports popular in nearly every part of Pantocratoria, and there are several major events on the racing calendar which draw large national television audiences, most notably the Imperial Cup, the Theodora Augusta Plate, and the Demetriopolis Cup.
Pantocratoria is a predominantly Roman Catholic country, with a substantial Greek Orthodox minority. Since late 2005, there is no longer an official state religion, although Roman Catholicism is still the official religion of the Imperial Court of Christ Pantocrator. Until recently the institutions of the state were inseperably intertwined with the Church (the Church, through the Pantocratorian Congregation for the Protection of the Creed, was Pantocratoria's electoral body). Although technically legal, it remains virtually impossible for anybody outside the Catholic or Orthodox clergy to obtain the proper permits to erect a religious building (in a nation of around five billion people, there isn't one official mosque outside of the embassies of Moslem countries).
Significant strains existed with the Pantocratorian Catholic community however, over the issue of the French-language Latin Mass. Before 1593, Pantocratoria used the Greek rite. Early Pantocratorian history was marked by conflicts between those who believed that the Pantocratorian Church should be in communion with Rome (and therefore be Roman Catholic) and those who believed that the Pantocratorian Church should be in communion with the Patriarch of Constantinople (and therefore be Greek Orthodox). The tensions were perpetuated by the use of the Greek rite employed by Greek Orthodox churches. Emperor Demetrius VII Comnenus decided to make a clean break and forced the whole Pantocratorian Church to change to the Latin rite. After the Second Vatican Council, Pantocratoria's bishops adopted the Novus Ordo in French to use throughout the entire empire (some dioceses with substantial Greek speaking minorities also offered Novus Ordo Masses in Greek in addition to their ordinary French language services). Given the nation's substantial Greek speaking minority, the cause of the Greek rite wasn't forgotten in the four centuries since it was set aside - it was even a political issue, its re-establishment being part of the Constantinople Party's election platform in the second 2004 election for the Imperial Parliament. In late 2005, the Greek rite was re-introduced in thirty four dioceses in Pantocratoria, shortly following which the tensions in the Pantocratorian Church, long simmering beneath the surface, erupted when twenty nine of the dioceses declared themselves to be the Greek Orthodox Church in Pantocratoria. The chief of their bishops was elected Patriarch Stephanus III by the Synod of Constantinople.
Pantocratoria's military is a large but inefficient institution. The purchasing of posts is commonplace amongst the nobility, as is promotion through nepotism. The position of commander in chief of the entire Imperial Navy (Lord First Admiral) is a hereditary one. The organisation is haphazard at best, and effectively prevents Pantocratoria from deploying anywhere close to its full strength in foreign wars.
Pantocratorian Imperial Citizens of eighteen years and older of both genders are able to join the military, although women are forbidden from combat roles and thus comprise a very low proportion of upper ranking officers. Fitness and general health requirements vary from service to service. In the Imperial Army Legions a number of additional eligibility criteria exist, varying from legion to legion. These range from practical eligibility criteria, such as languages spoken fluently, so that personnel who speak only one of Pantocratoria's two official languages are assigned to formations where they will receive orders in their own language, to regional criteria, by which one must come from a particular part of Pantocratoria to serve in a particular legion, to criteria which might strike outsiders as bizarre, such as religious or philosophical criteria. The Second Northern Provincial Infantry Legion, for instance, requires that recruits must have been baptised in their infancy (defined under the legion's code as being underneath the age of ten), must affirm that the Virgin Mary is the Queen of Heaven and immaculate, and must repudiate a wide variety of religious and political doctrines, including Arianism, the teachings of Martin Luther, communism and many others.
All recruits are required to make a pledge of loyalty to the Emperor of Pantocratoria. The form of this pledge varies, but usually includes placing one's left hand on the Bible, often with a consecrated host placed on top of it for good measure, and clutching the Cross of the Pantocratorian Crusade flag in the right hand whilst addressing the witnesses and a portrait or icon of the reigning Emperor.
Imperial High Command
The Imperial High Command consists of two dozen officers whose identity is secret and who are rotated in and out of the High Command every decade, and a handful of officers with hereditary, permanent posts (including Lord First Admiral Phocas of the Bosphorus). It is an offence for anybody to reveal the identity of a non-permanent member of the Imperial High Command, past or present, punishable by a maximum penalty of life imprisonment in solitary confinement. This shady group of commanders meets in a bunker deep underneath New Rome, the exact location of which is a closely guarded secret. This secrecy means that individual members of the Imperial High Command cannot be associated in the public imagination with Pantocratoria's military victories - leaving the Emperor and the Imperial Government as the only possible recipients of any reflected glory. The Imperial High Command's only interaction with the field is by the way of an advanced supercomputer named MATER, which provides the High Command with all the information on which it bases its decisions and issues all orders on behalf of the High Command.
Imperial Army Legions
The vast Pantocratorian Army is organised into legions of varying sizes and capabilities. Legions are formed along geographical lines, so that the men and women in a legion will all come from the same region. There is virtually no uniformity in terms of equipment or internal structure or capability. Some legions (for instance the Fifth Provincial Infantry Legion) are capable of independent operation, with a wide variety of capabilities and equipment. However, although all legions are theoretically capable of operating independently without support from any other formation, legions like the Fifth Provincial Infantry Legion are rare. Although many legions, especially the more poorly equipped ones, are equipped with Pantocratorian produced arms and vehicles, there are some notable exceptions. Almost the whole of the Imperial Equites Legion is composed of ex-Syskeyian vehicles.
The Pantocratorian Imperial Navy is a relatively modern and well-organised one, if somewhat undersized for a nation the size of Pantocratoria. Its operational flagship is HIMS Imperator Andreus, although the peacetime flagship is HIMS Constantinople, Lord First Admiral Phocas of the Bosphorus' ancestral floating home. The Imperial High Command undertook a joint naval development and production program with Excalbia to address the deficiencies in the Imperial Navy - the Mark V naval development program has seen the delivery of:
- 3 Majesty class carriers commissioned HIMS Southport, HIMS Manuel le Franc, and HIMS Marly.
- 12 Samuel II class cruisers commissioned HIMS Phocas, HIMS Varangian, HIMS Roi-Soleil, HIMS Condé, HIMS Constantine XIII, HIMS Angelus, HIMS Bulgaroktonos, HIMS Chrysoloras, HIMS Princess Anna, HIMS Despot, HIMS André le Grand, and HIMS Aube.
- 12 Daniel III class cruisers commissioned HIMS Theodora II, HIMS Louis I, HIMS Dauphin, HIMS Dauphine, HIMS Pelopenies, HIMS Constantine XXIII, HIMS Richelieu, HIMS Exarch, HIMS Princess Irene, HIMS Saul, HIMS Drakopolis and HIMS Virge.
These new vessels, combined with the flotilla of Wraith-class frigates purchased from Excalbia several years earlier, comprise Pantocratoria's modern navy, although Pantocratoria still has a number of earlier vessels in service, which are now primarily relegated to the defence of the home islands of the Pantocratorian Archipelago.
The Pantocratorian Imperial Navy's primary carrier aircraft are the C-31 Kararea, the RN-3 Kahawai, and the F/A-18 Superhornet. The 18 C-31 and RN-3 squadrons assigned to the Imperial Navy are deployed on HIMS Southport, HIMS Manuel le Franc, and HIMS Marly, and the F/A-18 Superhornet airwing is assigned to HIMS Imperator Andreus.
Imperial Air Service
The Pantocratorian Imperial Air Service is fairly modern and well-organised, although until recently it was undersized (and arguably still is). The Imperial Air Service recently embarked on a massive purchasing programme, purchasing both aircraft from Kingdom Britmattia and the right to build aircraft to Britmattian designs. The Imperial Air Service's aircraft include:
- R-31 Faulkner
- C-31 Kararea
- C-32 Locust
- B-3 Sparrowhawk
- F/A-18 Superhornet (gradually being retired from service)
- Mirage 2000 (both 2000N and 2000D variants) (rapidly being retired from service)
Note that while Pantocratoria is not a member of any organisation similar to NATO, NATO equivalencies to Pantocratorian military ranks are given for convenience.
|NATO Equivalent||Imperial Army Legions||Imperial Navy||Imperial Air Service|
|OF11||Lord First Admiral / Seigneur Premier Amiral / Μεγας Δουξ|
|OF10||Marshal / Maréchal de l'Empire or Maréchal de France / Μεγας Δουξ||Admiral / Amiral / Μεγας Δρουγγάριος||Air Marshal / Maréchal d'Air / Μεγας Αέρας Δουξ|
|OF9||General / Général d'armée / Στρατηγός||Squadron Vice-Admiral / Vice-Amiral d'escadre / Στρατηγός|
|OF8||Lieutenant General / Général de corps d'armée / Αντιστρατηγός||Vice-Admiral / Vice-Amiral / Μεγας Δρουγγάροκομες|
|OF7||Major General / Général de division / Υποστρατηγός||Rear-Admiral / Contre-Amiral / Δρουγγάριος||Major General / Général de corps d'air / Δρουγγάριος Αέρας|
|OF6||Brigadier General / Général de brigade / Στρατοπεδαρχ||Line Captain / Capitaine de vaisseau / Καπετάνιος||Brigadier General / Général de brigade d'air / Στρατοπεδαρχος Αέρας|
|OF5||Colonel / Colonel / Προτοκενταρχος||Frigate Captain / Capitaine de frégate / Καπετάνιος Φρεγατών||Group Captain / Capitaine de groupe / Σμήναρχος|
|OF4||Lieutenant Colonel / Lieutenant-colonel / Κενταρχος||Corvette Captain / Capitaine de corvette / Καπετάνιος Κανονιοφόρων||Wing Commander / Commandant d'Aile / Αντισμήναρχος|
|OF3||Major / Commandant / Ταγματάρχης||Lieutenant / Lieutenant de vaisseau / Υπολοχαγός||Squadron Leader / Chef d'escadre / Επισμηναγός|
|OF2||Captain / Capitaine / Λοχαγός||Ensign First Class / Enseigne de vaisseau de première classe / Πρώτα Ανθυπολοχαγός||Flight Lieutenant / Lieutenant de vol / Σμηναγός|
|OF1||Lieutenant / Lieutenant / Υπολοχαγός||Ensign Second Class / Enseigne de vaisseau de deuxième classe / Ανθυπολοχαγός||Flying Officer / Officier de vol / Υποσμηναγός|
|OR9||Adjutant Major / Adjudant Chef / Μονιμος Αρχιλοχιας||Warrant Officer Major / Major / Ανθυπασπιστις||Adjutant Major / Adjudant Chef / Μονιμος Αρχιλοχιας|
|ΟR8||Adjutant / Adjudant / Μονιμος Επιλοχιας||Adjutant / Adjudant / Μονιμος Επιλοχιας|
|OR7||Master Chief Petty Officer / Maître-principal / Αρχικελεφστις|
|OR6||Staff Sergeant / Sergent-chef / Λοχιας||Master Petty Officer (First Class) / Premier-maître / Επικελεφστις||Staff Sergeant / Sergent-chef / Λοχιας|
|OR5||Sergeant / Sergent / Δεκενεας||Master Petty Officer (Second Class) / Maître / Κελεφστις||Sergeant / Sergent / Δεκενεας|
|OR4||Chief Corporal / Caporal-chef / Εφεδρος υποδεκανεας||Petty Officer / Second-maître / Διοπος||Chief Corporal / Caporal-chef / Εφεδρος υποδεκανεας|
|OR3||Corporal / Caporal / Εφεδρος υποπσεφιος||Corporal / Caporal / Εφεδρος υποπσεφιος|
|OR2||Able Sailor / Matelot breveté / Ναφτις Δεινος|
|OR1||Private / Soldat / Στρατιοτις||Sailor / Matelot / Ναφτις||Private / Soldat / Στρατιοτις|
The Pantocratorian Imperial Parliament is a single-chamber parliament of 540 seats, with each seat corresponding to either a parish or bishopric, depending on population (each seat represents approximately the same number of enrolled voters). It has no constitutional authority, since Pantocratoria doesn't have a written constitution, however, a general understanding exists whereby the Emperor appoints the leader of the majority in the parliament as the Imperial Chancellor, who forms the Imperial Government. The Imperial Assent is required for all acts of the parliament to become law, and it is possible for the Emperor to govern independently of parliament, as the present Emperor did for much of his reign. Only members of registered political parties may run for seats in parliament, and until recently, the laws governing the registration of political parties were sufficiently restrictive so as to exclude the vast majority of the population from being able to form a political party (these laws were repealed in 2004). The Imperial Electoral Authority is the Empire's electoral body, although until recently, the Pantocratorian Congregation for the Protection of the Creed oversaw elections and announced results. The composition of the present Pantocratorian Imperial Parliament is as follows:
|Party||Leader(s)||Description||Primary Vote Percentage||Seats|
|Pantocratorian Socialist Alliance||The Right Honourable the Imperial Chancellor Doctor Thibault Drapeur||The Pantocratorian Socialist Alliance is a party formed of trade unions and regional socialist parties. It supports a moderate socialist agenda, especially focussed on labour reform, public education and public healthcare. It is the largest of the two governing parties, forming a coalition with the Constantinople Party.||42.35%||269|
|Constantinople Party||The Honourable the Deputy Chancellor Spiro Bolkus||The Constantinople Party is a party primarily representing Greek-speaking rural communities. It is essentially a moderate right-wing party representing a long oppressed minority, and has therefore formed a coalition government with the Pantocratorian Socialist Alliance more out of bitterness towards the political establishment than out of ideological similarities.||8.76%||94|
|United Christian Front||Monsieur, His Imperial Highness the Right Honourable Prince Basil||The United Christian Front reformed this parliamentary term when the two parties which split apart from it in 2003 finally resolved their differences. Most of its sitting members were elected as Loyal Christian Front candidates, although 15 of its members ran under the Pantocratoria First Party banner. Its leader, Prince Basil, is a former Imperial Chancellor and an experienced parliamentary debater. The United Christian Front is a moderate right-wing party in many respects (although the former Pantocratoria First Party elements form a hard right faction which would see the United Christian Front move further to the extremes of the right), and is especially socially conservative along the lines of traditional Catholic teachings.||44.43%||177|
The following is a list of additional articles relating to Pantocratorian parliamentary politics or politicians.
- Pantocratorian Imperial Government
- List of Pantocratorian Governments
- List of Pantocratorian Chancellors
Acts of Parliament:
Political parties not listed above (ie historic or defunct parties):
Politicians not listed above:
- Jacques Antoniou (Former Foreign Minister)
- Isabelle Folquet (Treasurer)
- Demetrios Raoul (Foreign Minister)
- Isaac Comnenus (Former Treasurer and Shadow Minister)
- Pierre Phocas (Former Foreign Minister)
In Pantocratoria, "the law" consists of the accumulated Acts of Parliament, and the collected Imperial decrees, bans, bulls, statutes and edicts made by emperors throughout the years (including in the pre-Pantocratorian history of the Roman Empire). The Parliament may repeal Imperial edicts, just as edicts by the Emperor can repeal Acts of Parliament. For an Act of Parliament to become law requires the Emperor's assent, however, so no cycle of continual legislation-repeal-legislation is possible. All attempts to properly codify Pantocratorian law have dismally failed - many Imperial Chancellors have blamed this on the national fascination with bureaucracy and paperwork. There is an excellent understanding of the Pantocratorian criminal code in the nation's legal community, and there are frequent panels of review for criminal law which ensure that the courts remain well aware of Pantocratorian criminal law. It must be confessed that the study of other areas of the law can be frustrating, however, on account of the centuries worth of (often conflicting) legislation which has never been the subject of a consistent review and reform effort, as criminal law has.
Pantocratorian courts are headed by judges, all of whom are styled "Monseigneur de la Justice" (My Lord of Justice), irrespective of their actual standing or the standing of their court. There are five types and four levels of courts. Citizens Court and Worthy Court are both types of civil courts, one reserved for cases involving Imperial Citizens, the other for Worthies of the Empire (nobles, knights, judges, members of parliament, high ranking officers, and bishops). Above that civil layer sits the Criminal Court. Cases from the Criminal Court or from either of the civil courts may be directed to the Star Court, the court of appeal consisting of a panel of sixty of the Empire's most senior and respected judges, who elect a president from their number at each sitting. The president selects six judges to sit with him or her in judgement over the appeal. The Star Court may not try cases in its own right, only answer appeals as to the proceedings of the three lower courts, and must redirect the cases appealed in the Star Court to its court of origin for final verdict. The final, and highest level of court, which hears appeals from the Star Court only at the pleasure of the Emperor himself is the Imperial Court of Christ Pantocrator, over which the Emperor presides (with the assistance of the six most senior members of the Star Court, themselves comprising the Serene Court, which isn't a real court in the sense of those others discussed here). Any case may be heard in the Imperial Court of Christ Pantocrator, but only at the discretion of the Emperor himself. There can be no appeal from judgements of the Imperial Court of Christ Pantocrator - therefore a case commenced there must necessarily end there.
Pantocratoria's history is long and storied. Apart from the complete history of the Pantocratorian Imperial Line, the following is a list of Pantocratorian historical articles:
- The Knights of the Order of the Pantocrator
- The First Pantocratorian Crusade
- The Christmas Conjuration
- The Second Pantocratorian Crusade
- The Third Pantocratorian Crusade
- The First War of Insolence
- The Great Famine of 1665
- The Fourth Pantocratorian Crusade
- The Second War of Insolence
- The Treaty of the Child Bride
- The Second Ambaran War
- Country Name (local short form): Pantocratorie (French), Παντοκράτορια (Greek)
- Country Name (local long form): Le Saint Empire Auguste de Pantocratorie (French), το Οσιος Σεβαστος Παντοκράτοριας Αυτοκρατοριας (Greek)
- Adjective: Pantocratorian (English), Pantocratorien/ne (French), Παντοκράτορικος (Greek)
- National Motto: "Pour Dieu et Son Empire" (French), "Προ του Θεου και της Αὐτοΰ Αυτοκρατοριας" (Greek)
- Flag: The Cross of the Pantocratorian Crusade (French: La Croix de la Croisade Pantocratorienne, Greek: ο Σταυρός του Παντοκράτοριας Σταυροφορίας)
- Government Type: Monarchy, with a democratically elected parliament which governs with the monarch's permission
- Head of State: His Most Catholic and Imperial Majesty Emperor Andreus I Capet
- Head of Government: The Right Honourable the Imperial Chancellor Dr Thibault Drapeur
- Religions: Roman Catholic (estimated at 80% of the population), Greek Orthodox (estimated at 20% of the population)
- Allies: Excalbia and the Commonwealth of Peoples
- Colonial Possessions: Pantocratorian Ambara
- The Entente (through the Treaty of Subeita and the Treaty of Langeais)
- The Treaty of Courtland, an agreement on co-operation and peaceful co-existence in the North Atlantic between Pantocratoria, Excalbia, The Resurgent Dream, the Confederation of Sovereign States, Knootoss, and Upper Virginia.
- Nuclear Weapons Non-Proliferation Treaty
- Trade Network Association
Standard of Living
- Ceorana Department of State Human Development Index (CHDI): 0.981 - very high
- Adult Literacy Rate: 100%
- Life Expectancy (human): 82.55 years
- Currency: Pantocratorian Ducat (∂) (∂1 = $1.80 approx)
- Gross Domestic Product: ∂67.5 trillion ($116 trillion approx)
- Trade Surplus: ∂153.6 billion ($264 billion approx)
- Primary Industry: Agriculture
See also: Pantocratorian taxation system
Note: Green denotes a nation with a formal alliance, blue denotes a nation with a military dependence on Pantocratoria, yellow denotes missions to special organisations.