Alluria Relocated and Partitioned, Boosting Population

Adam I, Editor

SOUTH ALLURIA – Last night, the Office of the Emperor issued Imperial Decree LI, which moved the Colony of Alluria from its original location in Edgbaston, Birmingham to nearby Selly Oak.

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The garden of South Alluria.

Alluria was originally founded in October 2016 in order to claim the halls of residence where the Emperor was living during his first year of study at the University of Birmingham. Several flatmates of the Emperor joined the colony, such as Sir Luca Panconi, who became the General of the 2nd Infantry Division, and Madam Anna Darke, who became the colony’s Governor in March 2017. In June, the residents of Alluria vacated the territory and have since been moving in to new housing. Decree LI divides the colony into two counties, North Alluria and South Alluria. The former is the new residence of Darke, Panconi and several other Adammic citizens, whilst the latter is the new residence of the Emperor and Sir Alex Helliker, who was the Empire’s first ever citizen (besides the Emperor himself) and is now the Emperor’s legal advisor. The Emperor and Helliker met online before the Empire was founded, but coincidentally both began studying at the University of Birmingham last year. Panconi has been made Count of North Alluria, whilst Helliker has been made Count of South Alluria. Darke remains the colony’s overall governor.

Both of the counties in this new iteration of Alluria consist of a single terraced house each, and are just over 400 metres apart as the crow flies. As a result of the move, a number of honourary citizens – friends of Allurian residents last year who have now moved in with them in North Alluria – are now living in the colony and as such have been automatically upgraded to full citizenship. This has boosted the Empire’s population to 34, up from 30.

The Emperor moved from his summer residence in Adamsville, Primoria to what is now South Alluria on the 23rd of August, and the Office of the Emperor has now fully set up its operations there, along with the many agencies and organisations the Emperor also runs.

Decree LI appears to be the first phase of the plan the Emperor announced in his State Opening of Council speech to “aggressively” expand the Empire’s Birmingham operations with the aim of relocating most government functions there by the New Year. The Adammic Express understands that there are more interested parties in the area who could soon be joining the Empire.

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