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The Mrovian Republic is the main sovereign state of the Mrovians, consisting of seven total worlds at its peak, with Mrov as its capital.

Government[edit | edit source]

The Mrovian Republic is ruled by a body of thirty-six councilors simply known as the High Council. As a republic, all citizens vote for individuals to become a part of the High Council.

Territories[edit | edit source]

At is peak, the Mrovian Republic spanned across seven planets – five colonies, and two military and technological installations. As of Age 777, the total number of planets owned by the Mrovian Republic is five, with four colonies and one research facility. Below is a list of the named Mrovian worlds.

Colonies:

Military Installations:

Technology[edit | edit source]

As an ancient intelligent species, the Mrovians have exceedingly advanced technology. As a Type 2.9 civilization on the Kardashev scale, the Mrovians are capable of harnessing energy far greater than the entire output of the star that Mrov orbits. The Mrovians have achieved this by constructing billions of Kugelblitzes, which are subatomic-sized black holes formed from light, and then continuously harvesting the Hawking radiation the Kugelblitzes give off.

Perhaps the most notable feature of Mrovian technology is the Mrovians' usage of teleportation. People and equipment can be transported across a planet in a mere instant, provided there is a "destination" conduit, most typically in the form of jump field projectors. Every ship, city, and military base possesses at least one of these conduits. This enables Mrovians to relocate anything in their possession at will, which can either reinforce military positions, save lives, or simply making their ways of living more convenient. Mrovian teleportation between conduits is only limited to distances within an astronomical unit.

Using their technology, Mrovians are also capable of creating separate "dimensions" in a similar manner to how Cocotte creates her own. Unlike Cocotte's dimensions, these dimensions can only be created and sustained with solid foundations. However, anything within one of these dimensions are drastically weakened, preventing any possibility of escape. Therefore, Mrovians primarily use these dimensions as prisons.

Mrovians also possess very advanced medical technology. Most notably, they can recreate perfect copies of lost body parts of patients.

Below is a list of some technologies Mrovians use:

  • Dimensional prisons – Separate "dimensions" that severally weaken anything inside, used to contain prisoners
  • Jump field projectors – Machines that project fields that act as conduits for teleportation of personnel and equipment over distances no greater than one million kilometers.
  • Mrovian combat armor – A powered suit of armor worn by a Mrovian warrior
  • Mrovian transports
    • Passenger transports – Thirty-meter long spaceships used to carry passengers over long distances
    • Colony transports – Kilometer-meter long spaceships used to carry large numbers passengers and other various cargo over long distances
  • Mrovian warships – Large spaceships equipped with powerful weaponry
  • Mrovian fusion device – A small device that fuses two entities into a single, more-powerful being in a similar manner to Potara
  • Mrovian neural implant – A device surgically embedded in the back of the wearer's head, enabling long-distance communication with others wearing the implant as well as teleportation of armor
  • Mrovian orbital defense lasers – Powerful laser cannons suspended in orbit of Mrovian-Republic-controlled worlds

Military[edit | edit source]

Mrovian warriors hold honor to the utmost importance. The Mrovian fighting force is primarily comprised of two branches: the Mrovian Navy and the Shieldmaidens. All Mrovian warriors are capable of ki-based flight, can throw ki blasts, and typically utilize energy blades for melee combat.

Mrovian Navy[edit | edit source]

The Mrovian Navy is the primary body of the republic's military and includes the entire Mrovian fleet as well as hundreds of thousands of soldiers. Each warrior possesses his/her own fully-sealed suit of armor, which substantially boosts his/her fighting capabilities (with a few exceptions). The entire fleet of the Mrovian Navy consists of over three hundred warships. Each ship possesses substantially more firepower and stronger energy shielding than the typical individual Mrovian soldier in combat armor.

Ranks[edit | edit source]

Mrovian naval infantry

The Mrovian Navy follows a relatively simple ranking system, and as a general rule, higher-ranking warriors often achieve their ranks through experience and proof of leadership qualities. Below is the list of ranks within the Mrovian Navy.
  • Warrior – The most basic Mrovian soldier; wears standard naval combat armor colored gold trimmed with blue
  • Elite Vanguard – A warrior who has proven him/herself to be among the best fighters, possessing a power level of close to 1500 or higher, but does not quite possess the leadership qualities required for higher ranks; wears standard naval combat armor, but with color of choice

Salhior, the Supreme Admiral of the Mrovian Navy

  • Lieutenant – Officer who is in command of dozens of infantry; wears standard naval combat armor colored silver trimmed with black
  • Captain – Officer who is in command of a warship; wears ornamental naval combat armor colored gold trimmed with blue
  • Admiral – Officer who is in command of a planetary fleet; wears ornamental naval combat armor colored gold trimmed with white
  • Supreme Admiral – The commander-in-chief of the entire Mrovian Navy; wears ornamental naval combat armor colored white trimmed with gold

Procedures[edit | edit source]

With the protection of the Mrovian republic as its primary objective, the Mrovian Navy has certain procedures it must follow to ensure the safety of its people. One directive is enacted whenever an outer Mrovian colony is attacked by an extraterrestrial invading force. As all inter-system portals are connected to Mrov itself, the Mrovian warriors of an attacked colony must deactivate the inter-system portal to prevent the invaders from discovering the location of the Mrovian homeworld. Should the warriors of the attacked colony deem it necessary, they may also destroy the inter-system portal of the colony in question. Another directive, officially named Sterilization Protocol, is executed by using the navy’s ships to destroy entire planets in a last-ditch effort to eliminate a very dangerous enemy.

Shieldmaidens[edit | edit source]

Aysuida, the Avatar of Gykul as of 780 Age

Unfinished artwork of a Mrovian Shieldmaiden

The Shieldmaidens, as the name implies, consist solely of female warriors who serve as guards of important locations situated specifically on Mrov itself, and are headed by the Avatar of Gykul. The Shieldmaidens were established to honor the sacrifice made by the hero Gykul, who gave her life to save the Mrovians from extinction at the conclusion of the the Ravenous War. Shieldmaidens receive additional ki manipulation training than their Naval counterparts and can project exceedingly powerful lightning bolts. Each Shieldmaiden wears armor that differs from the one worn by naval warriors. The Avatar of Gykul wears armor in the likeness of Gykul’s, and is trained to wield the glaive and shield that were originally used by Gykul herself, both of which are made of Katchin.

History[edit | edit source]

Origins[edit | edit source]

Mrovians were the first successful intelligent species to evolve on Mrov, and have existed for 7 million years. In the earlier years of their existence, Mrovians lived in separate tribes that occasionally warred against each other, and were in more of a stone age, utilizing fairly primitive tools and weapons.

The Grand Supreme Kai's visit[edit | edit source]

About 6 million years before Age, the Mrovians had entered the iron age and had formed separate nations. It was during this iron age that the Grand Supreme Kai visited Mrov. Impressed with the Mrovians' potential to grow and improve as a species, the Supreme Kai had the 100,000-kilometer-high Spire of Ascension constructed on the planet's surface and placed a glaive and shield made out of Katchin at its peak as a gift to whoever could climb to the top of the tower. Over the centuries after the Grand Supreme Kai's departure, many Mrovian warriors attempted the journey up the immense structure, but only a female warrior named Gykul successfully climbed to the peak to claim the legendary weapons for herself.

The Ravenous War[edit | edit source]

Only a few decades after Gykul climbed the Spire of Ascension, creatures known as the Ravenous began attacking Mrovian homes. Although they were still divided at the start of the war, the Mrovians soon recognized a common threat and began uniting to defend their species. Possessing little experience in cooperating as a single large force, the Mrovians ultimately lost many villages and cities, until only two havens remained – Aegklar and Asursha.

Aware of the state of their enemies, all of the Ravenous attacked Asursha, which was not as well-defended as Aegklar, intending to overpower each population center individually. The civilians within Asursha ignited a beacon to alert the other haven that they were under attack, while the warriors remained at the perimeter, hopelessly outnumbered. While the reinforcements left Aegklar to assist their allies, the defenders of Asursha inevitably fell until only the leader, Gykul, remained. Instead of entering Asursha, the Ravenous were drawn to the lone female warrior, who began slaughtering them by the dozens. After slaying hundreds of her enemies, Gykul too, was eventually consumed by the overwhelming numbers. However, just before the remaining Ravenous could enter the Mrovian haven, the reinforcements from Aeglkar arrived in time to defend Asursha. As Gykul had singlehandedly slain over half of the entire Ravenous army, the warriors from Aeglkar were able to finish off the rest of the attackers. Gykul was ultimately hailed as the hero of Mrov. Years after the war, the Shieldmaidens, female Mrovians appointed to guard important Mrovian locations, were established, in order to honor Gykul’s sacrifice.

Eon of Expansion[edit | edit source]

Over millions of years, Mrovians would develop highly-advanced technology. Below is a brief timeline of technological milestones the Mrovians had achieved.

  • 3000 years after the Ravenous War – Mrovians begin colonizing their first extrasolar planet, Kassaj, that resides 4 light-years away from Mrov.
  • 5000 years after the Ravenous War – Mrovians construct a partial Dyson swarm, a collection of billions of solar-collecting satellites that orbit within close proximity of the parent star, after destroying the smallest planet in their solar system and using its debris as material.
  • 6000 years after the Ravenous War – Mrovians begin constructing Kugelblitzes, which are subatomic-particle-sized black holes formed from extremely concentrated light. Kugelblitzes become the primary source of energy for the Mrovian technology.
  • 3 million years Before Age
    • Mrovians develop warp drives for their space ships in order to travel long distances at much faster than the speed of light. Warp drives would fall into the hands of other civilizations over subsequent millennia.
    • The Lance of Mrov is completed.
  • 1 million years Before Age – Mrovians fully replace their warp drives with hyperdrives to allow even shorter travel times over large distances.
  • 800,000 years Before Age – Mrovians master teleportation technology.

Arrival of Beerus[edit | edit source]

Mrovian-Nitro Empire War[edit | edit source]

Return of the Ravenous[edit | edit source]

Yuki's Attack[edit | edit source]

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