Ochuróma is a colony owned by Spartans.

Life in the Colony

They are lead by their elder Darian. There are not many children around the village as the boys are sent to the agoge at seven. Unlike most Greek societies,they belive in the education of women. Spartan society was dived into three main classes. At the top was Spartiate, or native Spartan, who could trace his or her ancestry back to the original inhabitants of the city. The Spartiate served in the army and was the only person who enjoyed the full political and legal rights of the state. Below the Spartiates were the perioeci (dwellers around and about). These were foreign people who served as a kind of buffer population between the Spartans and the helots. Because of this vital function, they were accorded a great deal of freedom. Most of the trade and commerce carried out in Sparta were performed by the perioeci. At the bottom, of course, were the helots. Spartan government was an odd affair, but its overwhelming characteristic was stability. The Spartans, in fact, had the most stable government in the history of ancient Greece (some historian call this stability, “political stagnation”). At the top of the government was the monarchy; the monarchy, however was a dual monarchy. Below the monarchy was a council which was composed of the two kings plus twenty eight nobles, all of whom were over sixty, that is retired from the military.


Led by the General Darius (Darian's son) they military force in Ochuróma stands about 25,000 men strong. They're men are extremly skilled and stand ready to fight for Ochuróma or Sparta Herself if need be.

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