Hindonesië

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De Kolonie van Hindonesië
Hindonesië
Flag of Hindonesie
MottoProduceren, verkopen, winst (Produce, sell, profit)
Location of Hindonesie
Capital
(and )
Jakaarta (New Batavia)
Official languages Dutch
Recognised regional languages Indonesian, Various Islander Languages
Species  Penguins, Puffles
Demonym Hindonesian, Hindonesische
Membership Colony of Batavia
Government Batavian Colony
Currency Club Penguin Gold Coin (GC)
Drives on the Right


Hindonesië (Pronounced: Hin-do-nay-siuh) is a prosporous island archipelago that is a famous Batavian Colony. It is known for it's spices and tropical rainforests.

History[edit]

It is believed that the islands of Hindonesie were inhabited around 600 B.C. from the Mainland. Each island developed their own type of culture, each being somewhat similar but had some differences. It is known that Hindonesie established villages, towns, and kingdoms around the 1st Century A.D. The archipelago was peaceful and prosperous for many centuries and stayed uncontacted with other societies. That all changed when the Lisboaguese rediscovered and began to colonize some of the islands in 1512. However, soon traders from the High Penguin Confederacy and Batavia came over to Hindonesie and started Colonizing as well. The Batavian North Hindie Company became the most dominant colonizer in the archipelago, and soon drove out the Lisboaguese and High Penguin Confederacy out of the island chain. The Batavian North Hindie Company went bankrupt in 1800, which gave the Batavian Government full control of the islands, and made them a nationalized colony.


Hindonesie became an interesting society as it attracted Batavian as well as other Ninja Archipelagoan settlers from places like Lisboagal, Liguria, Frankterre, and Alemania, creating a new class of elites on the island. Many of these new colonists began to intermingle with locals to create a new mixed-race ethnicity. Hindonesie became a large source of wealth for Batavia as Batavia became a major producer of nutmeg, rice, and coffee. Then, during the Khanzem War, Hindonesie was occupied by the Japalandese, who gave the islanders "independence". Under an ultra-nationalist leader named Karmado, the natives renamed their region from the "Batavian East Indies" to "Hindonesie" to show political unity, and the name stuck. Penguins and Puffles of Batavian or any other Ninja Archipelagoan origins were sent to military concentration camps to starve. Eventually the Allies, Puffish, and the Austician armies drove the Japalandese from the islands in a series of battles. The restored Batavian Government attempted to consolidate control over the islands again, but native islander resistance was already strong and were forced to recognize Hindonedian independence.


The far eastern island of Nieuwe Guinyea was not given to Hindonesie, and many of the colonist penguins and puffles that had been in the Japalandese concentration camps were sent to the island since the new Hindonedian nationalists resented them greatly. Batavian Nieuwe Guinyea was the last Batavian colony until 1962, when Olde Antarctica forced Batavia to hand it over to Hindonesie. During the Colonial Antarctica War, Batavia reconquered Hindonesie again and is once again a Batavian Colony. Today, the native islanders are being watched to make sure they don't revolt again, which they won't, since they can't afford to. Batavian and international efforts have begun to improve natives' quality of lives.

Geography[edit]

Hindonesie's islands are all tropical, and have many tropical rainforests on them. Some areas of Hindonesie are hilly and mountaineous, which is used by Native Islander farmers to terrace their hills to plant rice. Many Hindonesian Islands have volcanoes and frequently have earthquakes. The Mountains of Batavian Nieuwe Guineya are said to be full of gold, silver, and platinum deposits, making it a popular spot for gold miners. Hindonesie also has an annual monsoon and dry season as well.

Culture[edit]

The Culture of Hindonesie varies from island to island, but are somewhat similar.

Daily Life[edit]

Although not set in stone, the Hindonesians have a type of caste system reminiscent of the old pre-Khanzem regime. In truth Hindonesian society is decided through a family's social status, and anyone can move up or down the social ladder. The top of the caste system are the Batavians, who migrated from their homeland to the colony to find a better life. Many of them live in nice, large houses that have beautiful gardens. Below them were immigrants from the Ninja Archipelago, whom also found Hindonesie favorable. They also have nice large houses but do not hold as much power or control as the Batavians. Somewhere in the middle are the mixed-race families who are half Ninja Archipelagoan and half native. They tend to fare well due to their connections with the upper class. In the pre-Khanzem era, they were often discriminated on both sides and were social outcasts, but today they prosper. On the bottom of the Caste System are the Hindonesian Natives, unfortunately. They live in the poor sections of the cities, usually all together. Many of the Hindonesian Natives who lived in the cities usually worked for the upper two classes as cheap labor servants for the household. They get paid minimum wage, and many regular Batavian and Ninja Archipelago Immigrant familes can easily afford them. Then again, food in Hindonesie is very cheap as well, so everyone is satisfied. As for the Batavians and Ninja Archipelago Immigrants, they work higher level jobs like owning restaurants, stores, or other types of companies.

Outside the cities are plantations that produce a variety of things. These plantations are numerous and are more common than cities. The Plantations are situated near a Native Hindonesian Village or Town, where most of the Plantation Workers work. They are not forced to work here, nor do they belong to the plantation, but the plantations are the main source of work in these areas. The plantation workers are all Native Hindonesians, who get a little bit more than minimum wage. A typical plantation consists of a large Plantation Mansion and the fields. The Plantation is run by the Plantation owner, who has hired Batavian overseers to make sure the Natives get their jobs done. The Batavian Plantation Owners are also very kind to the natives and do not make them overwork since mainland Batavia has begun to implement their labor laws to its colonies.

Cuisine[edit]

Hindonesie's main agricultural products are Coffee, Chocolate, Nutmeg, Peanut, Soybean, Papaya, Banana, Coconut, Cassava, Rice, and Sugar. Strangely enough, Batavia did not effect Hindonesian quisine very much. Hindonesians like to eat Fish since they are an island chain, and have made delicious meals like Fish Satay out of Fish. Fish Satay is also eaten with the popular Peanut Sauce, which was introduced by Dorkugese, Lisboagese, and Castillans from Caltexico. Shrimp is also popular and is used to make Krupuk, a type of chip or cracker made from Shrimp (prawns). Rice is also commonly used with their meals, while Coconut Milk is commonly used for desserts.

Trivia[edit]

  • Because it produces many popular demanded goods, Batavia benefits greatly from the profits Hindonesie makes.

See Also[edit]