But of the empires which dwelt upon the earth, there was none so great and fearsome
as the Empire of Drakonia; which empire embraced by force even all the lands which
lay between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.
Summary: The Drakonian Empire was one of three reigning
empires during the First Track of the world of the First Power. Founded by Maximus
Drakonus some six hundred years before the days of Kronus (3:20:15), the Drakonian
Empire — under the cunning and ambitious rule of EmperorMaximillius Drakonus — had
established itself as the most dominant power on the earth. The empire’s domain consisted
of all the land between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, including North America,
Greenland, South America and Antarctica, as well as the Pacific islands and New Zealand
(3:2:39). Not only had Drakonia laid claim to the moon, having established several
colonies and factories on its surface, it was the only empire with spy satellites
orbiting the earth (AZC - Maximillius Drakonus).
The northern capital of the empire was the fortress city of Trajenium, located near
present-day Baltimore, Maryland. This is where Maximillius Drakonus ruled as the
forty-second Emperor of Drakonia. The empire also had a southern capital in South
America, located in present-day Rio de Janeiro. The Emperor would often stay there
during the winter months of the northern hemisphere (AZC - Trajenium).
The Drakonian Empire was made up of fifty-one nations, each ruled by a king. Nations
and their kings were governed in groups of ten, by five Caesars. Caesars commanded
the armies, navies and air forces that fell within their province, while kings were
given command over their national secret police. Succession of both Caesars and kings
was hereditary, yet men of nobility served only at the pleasure of the Emperor, maintaining
their positions through allegiance, intrigue and treachery (3:2:45-50).
During the rule of Maximillius Drakonus, the empire’s military — overseen by the
ruthless Supreme Commander, Seti-Kahn — had become the most powerful in the world.
While it had only twelve million men in its army (the smallest compared to the Chen
and Roman Empires), Drakonia boasted the most robust of navies and air forces (3:2:41).
War raged continually between the three empires, as both the empires of the Chen
and Rome plotted vigorously to steal away Drakonia’s power and resources.
The Drakonian Empire was an extremely violent military state filled with suspicion,
corruption, distrust and paranoia. All land, property, wealth, and even the population
was owned by the Emperor, who maintained his power and control by means of an elite
group of spies and assassins referred to as the Stazzi. The common people lived in
constant fear and dread of those who ruled above them.
All women of the empire were slaves and considered the property of men. Women were
primarily identified by numbers instead of names. This law had been instituted six
hundred years earlier by the founder of the empire, Maximus Drakonus (3:20:15). Clothing
for women was forbidden. Girls were forced to be circumcised at the age of seven.
The Drakonian Empire — and the world of the First Power in general — was a horrible
place filled with cannibalism, slavery, pollution, death, rape, brutality and constant
• Office of War and Strategy 3:17:66 3:18:14 3:23:37
• Offices of War 3:27:42
• Office of Truth and Propaganda 3:28:37
• Hall of Records 3:20:52
• Imperial Registry 3:18:16
Previous Emperors of Drakonia (not a comprehensive list)
Maximus Drakonus - Founder of the Drakonian Empire (3:20:15; 3:26:41-56)
Marcus Lucius Drakonus - Emperor assassinated in 142 Imperial Era(IE) (AZC -
Caius Quintus Drakonus (41st Emperor)
|_ Octavio Drakonus (son)
|_ Canidius Drakonus (son)
|_ Maximillius Drakonus (son — crowned 42nd Emperor in the year 738 of
the Drakonian calendar)
(Ref: AZC - Maximillius Drakonus)
For Kronus would break in pieces the traditions of ages past, desiring himself to
give unto the First Woman, a name of her own, whereby others might know her; for
in six hundred years had no woman been given a name within the empire; being first
forbidden by the founder of the empire, Maximus Drakonus.