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[[Kalat]] is a small uncivilized nation in modern Pakistan. It is landlocked between [[Persia]], [[Sind]], [[Panjab]], [[Afghanistan]] and [[Makran]]. Kalat does only have roughly 80.000 pops but they have a relatively large army for a nation of that stature. A standing army of 27.000 soldiers, which should be enough to take either [[Sind]] or [[Makran]]. Sindh is by far the most profitable of the two targets, but also the hardest to take. One might need to seek an alliance with either Panjab and Afghanistan.
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'''Kalat''' is a small uncivilized nation in modern Pakistan. It is landlocked between [[Persia]], [[Sind]], [[Panjab]], [[Afghanistan]] and [[Makran]]. Kalat does only have roughly 80.000 pops but they have a relatively large army for a nation of that stature. A standing army of 27.000 soldiers, which should be enough to take either [[Sind]] or [[Makran]]. Sindh is by far the most profitable of the two targets, but also the hardest to take. One might need to seek an alliance with either Panjab and Afghanistan.
  
 
Kalat have [[India]]n cores, but it is not able to form India itself.
 
Kalat have [[India]]n cores, but it is not able to form India itself.
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Revision as of 06:23, 12 July 2016

Kalat
Kalat.png
Government type Absolute monarchy
Ruling party Royal Faction (conservative)
Capital Kalat
Population 79.100
Primary culture Baluchi
Accepted cultures
Literacy 5.1%
National value Order
Tech school Uncivilized
Status Uncivilized

Kalat is a small uncivilized nation in modern Pakistan. It is landlocked between Persia, Sind, Panjab, Afghanistan and Makran. Kalat does only have roughly 80.000 pops but they have a relatively large army for a nation of that stature. A standing army of 27.000 soldiers, which should be enough to take either Sind or Makran. Sindh is by far the most profitable of the two targets, but also the hardest to take. One might need to seek an alliance with either Panjab and Afghanistan.

Kalat have Indian cores, but it is not able to form India itself.