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The Federation of Amalthea and Himalia (formerly Solea and Rift Auspikitan) was the first state to declare independence from the Blacraft Blaist State. Atomic7732 officially demanded independence on July 10, 2011, and following a small independence war which was later banned, Bla decided that everyone could get independence if they wanted.

After a year of interest being shown to rename the state to be more inclusive of the Darvincian culture, Solea and Rift Auspikitan finally changed its name on November 17, 2017 to the Federation of Amalthea and Himalia (or Amalthea and Himalia for short).

RegionsEdit

Solea and Rift Auspikitan, when it was formed, surprisingly contained the regions Solea and Rift Auspikitan. Three days later, it expanded west and claimed Lavaank, a barren desert peninsula with a lava lake. The new region was never developed, though, and was destroyed by the earthquake which occured in the middle of September, 2011. After that, the region Lavaank was abolished. The user Darvince joined, which added the region of Darvwnse-a. Novascotchara was partitioned, and the southern section became known as Fykisel. Fykisel quickly fell into disrepair after not being settled. During 2013 or so, atomic7732 went into a hiatus and administration of the entire state went to Darvince. After returning, Kolauk-Kareŋ was settled by atomic7732 as a mining outpost for new types of rock. Darvince developed the region of Akenakii and the mesa region of Ione. The most recent region of Amalthea and Himalia is Perilune, settled in July 2016.

Region User Admitted Released Notes
Auspikitan kalassak June 2011 renamed on November 17, 2017
Solea kalassak June 2011
Lavaank kalassak July 13, 2011 September 2011 dead
Darvwnse-a Darvince
Fykisel kalassak dead?
Ione Darvince May 2014
Akenakii Darvince June 2014
Kolauk-Kareŋ kalassak June 2014
Perilune kalassak July 2016

EconomyEdit

Solea and Rift Auspikitan is the most economically isolated state on Blacraft, as of October 3, 2011. Autarky is a part of Atomic7732's economic policies. The state has never shown interest in signing the BSS-Yukidar Economic Treaty.

In more recent times the nation has opened up to economic cooperation with individual members.