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*History of Equestria, Part 7.1 – The Middle Sasanid period: 982-1221*

Meanwhile, the dragons living north of Equestria had been unified by the Oghuz tribe, but unlike many of the tribes that had been proeminent before, the Oghuzes kept a relatively peaceful relationship with Equestria, excepting the occasional small-scale raids, mostly focusing on expansion to the east, which culminated with the conquest of Čina, completed in 1099, under Kilij Arslan. However, the Činan domain soon split off from the main khanate. the dragons would continue to rule there until the dynasty was overthrown in 1354.

Meanwhile, Ereb had, after the collapse of Hrom's authority, and the continuous invasions by the Germani tribes, finally stabilized after a fashion. In the meantime, starting from the 2nd century, the whole region had mostly converted to the _Azadaena_, although following a slightly different tradition than Hrom did.

Upon Luna's banishment, the Sasanid queens came back into proeminence in the local politics, taking advantage of Celestia having become less active on ruling after the event. In the meantime, Equestria had entered an alliance with Hrom, under their Empress Mani Komnena. When, in 1002, her daughter Alexandra, was deposed by Mani's cousin, Gynonike Komnena, and thousands of Equestrians residing in Takht-e-Rum were massacred, the then shah, Irandokht II, declared war, sparking the last major war against Hrom.

The Equestrian successes in the battlefield combined with the harshness of her rule led Gynonike to be overthrown by Iságora Angelina in 1005. However, not long after her accession, the northern territories, which had been reconquered a century before rebelled again. Iságora found herself unable to deal with a war in two fronts and was deposed herself in 1015, being succeeded by her sister, daughter and niece-in-law, all named Alexandra, with each of them lasting less and less in the throne and none of them managing to improve the situation.

By 1024, Hrom was left only with the western third of Asiya and the Yaunabumiš, and it took another Alexandra, Gynonike Komnena's daughter and _mégas doméstikas_ under Laonice Kanabene, the new empress that had been chosen after Alexandra V's deposition, to effectively stop Equestria's advance into Asiya. however, unlike Herakleia five centuries before, Alexandra couldn't turn the tide of the campaign, but after Irandokht II's death in the same year, Celestia took the reins of diplomacy again, and eventually a pece treaty was made in which Equestria retained all its gains outside of Asiya, and gave back most of Aisya except for Pontewxsin and Karka.

However, soon after the war had ended, a group of Erebian armies from the westernmost principalities in the continent, supposedly defending a fellow Azadaenan nation, attacked Equestria, attempting to reconquer the area in coast of the White Sea for Hrom, which Equestria, still recovering from the war, couldn't stop effectively. Thus began a series of sporadic military campaigns by Erebian principalities on the western shore of Equestria. Initially, the Erebians even managed to establish their own principalities in the region, before being slowly overrun in the following years, despite occasionally attempting to reach Tisbon, one of the main Azadaenan pilgrimage spots, until their last stronghold was captured in 1221.

Around the same time, many different Southern Griffonic-speaking griffon principalities were unified into one kingdom.
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*History of Equestria, Part 7.1 – The Middle Sasanid period: 982-1221*

Meanwhile, the dragons living north of Equestria had been unified by the Oghuz tribe, but unlike many of the tribes that had been proeminent before, the Oghuzes kept a relatively peaceful relationship with Equestria, excepting the occasional small-scale raids, mostly focusing on expansion to the east, which culminated with the conquest of Čina, completed in 1099, under Kilij Arslan. However, the Činan domain soon split off from the main khanate. the dragons would continue to rule there until the dynasty was overthrown in 1354.

Meanwhile, Ereb had, after the collapse of Hrom's authority, and the continuous invasions by the Germani tribes, finally stabilized after a fashion. In the meantime, starting from the 2nd century, the whole region had mostly converted to the _Azadaena_, although following a slightly different tradition than Hrom did.

Upon Luna's banishment, the Sasanid queens came back into proeminence in the local politics, taking advantage of Celestia having become less active on ruling after the event. In the meantime, Equestria had entered an alliance with Hrom, under their Empress Mani Komnena. When, in 1002, her daughter Alexandra, was deposed by Mani's cousin, Gynonike Komnena, and thousands of Equestrians residing in Takht-e-Rum were massacred, the then shah, Irandokht II, declared war, sparking the last major war against Hrom.

The Equestrian successes in the battlefield combined with the harshness of her rule led Gynonike to be overthrown by Iságora Angelina in 1005. However, not long after her accession, the northern territories, which had been reconquered a century before rebelled again. Iságora found herself unable to deal with a war in two fronts and was deposed herself in 1015, being succeeded by her sister, daughter and niece-in-law, all named Alexandra, with each of them lasting less and less in the throne and none of them managing to improve the situation.

By 1024, Hrom was left only with the western third of Asiya and the Yaunabumiš, and it took another Alexandra, Gynonike Komnena's daughter and _mégas doméstikas_ under Laonice Kanabene, the new empress that had been chosen after Alexandra V's deposition, to effectively stop Equestria's advance into Asiya. however, unlike Herakleia five centuries before, Alexandra couldn't turn the tide of the campaign, but after Irandokht II's death in the same year, Celestia took the reins of diplomacy again, and eventually a pece treaty was made in which Equestria retained all its gains outside of Asiya, and gave back most of Aisya except for Pontewxsin and Karka.

However, soon after the war had ended, a group of Erebian armies from the westernmost principalities in the continent, supposedly defending a fellow Azadaenan nation, attacked Equestria, attempting to reconquer the area in coast of the White Sea for Hrom, which Equestria, still recovering from the war, couldn't stop effectively. Thus began a series of sporadic military campaigns by Erebian principalities on the western shore of Equestria. Initially, the Erebians even managed to establish their own principalities in the region, before being slowly overrun in the following years, despite occasionally attempting to reach Tisbon, one of the main Azadaenan pilgrimage spots, until their last stronghold was captured in 1221.

Around the same time, many different Southern Griffonic-speaking griffon principalities were unified into one kingdom.
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Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
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*History of Equestria, Part 7.1 – The ContMiddlemporary Sasanid period: 982-1221*

Meanwhile, the dragons living north of Equestria had been unified by the Oghuz tribe, but unlike many of the tribes that had been proeminent before, the Oghuzes kept a relatively peaceful relationship with Equestria, excepting the occasional small-scale raids, mostly focusing on expansion to the east, which culminated with the conquest of Čina, completed in 1099, under Kilij Arslan. However, the Činan domain soon split off from the main khanate. the dragons would continue to rule there until the dynasty was overthrown in 1354.

Meanwhile, Ereb had, after the collapse of Hrom's authority, and the continuous invasions by the Germani tribes, finally stabilized after a fashion. In the meantime, starting from the 2nd century, the whole region had mostly converted to the _Azadaena_, although following a slightly different tradition than Hrom did.

Upon Luna's banishment, the Sasanid queens came back into proeminence in the local politics, taking advantage of Celestia having become less active on ruling after the event. In the meantime, Equestria had entered an alliance with Hrom, under their Empress Mani Komnena. When, in 1002, her daughter Alexandra, was deposed by Mani's cousin, Gynonike Komnena, and thousands of Equestrians residing in Takht-e-Rum were massacred, the then shah, Irandokht II, declared war, sparking the last major war against Hrom.

The Equestrian successes in the battlefield combined with the harshness of her rule led Gynonike to be overthrown by Iságora Angelina in 1005. However, not long after her accession, the northern territories, which had been reconquered a century before rebelled again. Iságora found herself unable to deal with a war in two fronts and was deposed herself in 1015, being succeeded by her sister, daughter and niece-in-law, all named Alexandra, with each of them lasting less and less in the throne and none of them managing to improve the situation.

By 1024, Hrom was left only with the western third of Asiya and the Yaunabumiš, and it took another Alexandra, Gynonike Komnena's daughter and _mégas doméstikas_ under Laonice Kanabene, the new empress that had been chosen after Alexandra V's deposition, to effectively stop Equestria's advance into Asiya. however, unlike Herakleia five centuries before, Alexandra couldn't turn the tide of the campaign, but after Irandokht II's death in the same year, Celestia took the reins of diplomacy again, and eventually a pece treaty was made in which Equestria retained all its gains outside of Asiya, and gave back most of Aisya except for Pontewxsin and Karka.

However, soon after the war had ended, a group of Erebian armies from the westernmost principalities in the continent, supposedly defending a fellow Azadaenan nation, attacked Equestria, attempting to reconquer the area in coast of the White Sea for Hrom, which Equestria, still recovering from the war, couldn't stop effectively. Thus began a series of sporadic military campaigns by Erebian principalities on the western shore of Equestria. Initially, the Erebians even managed to establish their own principalities in the region, before being slowly overrun in the following years, despite occasionally attempting to reach Tisbon, one of the main Azadaenan pilgrimage spots, until their last stronghold was captured in 1221.
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Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2020) - Took part in the 2020 Community Collab
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
Wallet After Summer Sale -
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
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*History of Equestria, Part 7.1 – The Contemporary Sasanid period: 982-1221*

Meanwhile, the dragons living north of Equestria had been unified by the Oghuz tribe, but unlike many of the tribes that had been proeminent before, the Oghuzes kept a relatively peaceful relationship with Equestria, excepting the occasional small-scale raids, mostly focusing on expansion to the east, which culminated with the conquest of Čina, completed in 1099, under Kilij Arslan. However, the Činan domain soon split off from the main khanate. the dragons would continue to rule there until the dynasty was overthrown in 1354.

Meanwhile, Ereb had, after the collapse of Hrom's authority, and the continuous invasions by the Germani tribes, finally stabilized after a fashion. In the meantime, starting from the 2nd century, the whole region had mostly converted to the _Azadaena_, although following a slightly different tradition than Hrom did.

Upon Luna's banishment, the Sasanid queens came back into proeminence in the local politics, taking advantage of Celestia having become less active on ruling after the event. In the meantime, Equestria had entered an alliance with Hrom, under their Empress Mani Komnena. When, in 1002, her daughter Alexandra, was deposed by Mani's cousin, Gynonike Komnena, and thousands of Equestrians residing in Takht-e-Rum were massacred, the then shah, Irandokht II, declared war, sparking the last major war against Hrom.

The Equestrian successes in the battlefield combined with the harshness of her rule led Gynonike to be overthrown by Iságora Angelina in 1005. However, not long after her accession, the northern territories, which had been reconquered a century before rebelled again. Iságora found herself unable to deal with a war in two fronts and was deposed herself in 1015, being succeeded by her sister, daughter and niece-in-law, all named Alexandra, with each of them lasting less and less in the throne and none of them managing to improve the situation.

By 1024, Hrom was left only with the western third of Asiya and the Yaunabumiš, and it took another Alexandra, Gynonike Komnena's daughter and _mégas doméstikas_ under Laonice Kanabene, the new empress that had been chosen after Alexandra V's deposition, to effectively stop Equestria's advance into Asiya. however, unlike Herakleia five centuries before, Alexandra couldn't turn the tide of the campaign, but after Irandokht II's death in the same year, Celestia took the reins of diplomacy again, and eventually a pece treaty was made in which Equestria retained all its gains outside of Asiya, and gave back most of Aisya except for AbâxPontaratpatukaewxsin and Karka.

However, soon after the war had ended, a group of Erebian armies from the westernmost principalities in the continent, supposedly defending a fellow Azadaenan nation, attacked Equestria, attempting to reconquer the area in coast of the White Sea for Hrom, which Equestria, still recovering from the war, couldn't stop effectively. Thus began a series of sporadic military campaigns by Erebian principalities on the western shore of Equestria. Initially, the Erebians even managed to establish their own principalities in the region, before being slowly overrun in the following years, despite occasionally attempting to reach Tisbon, one of the main Azadaenan pilgrimage spots, until their last stronghold was captured in 1221.
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Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2020) - Took part in the 2020 Community Collab
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
Wallet After Summer Sale -
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
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*History of Equestria, Part 7.1 – The Contemporary Sasanid period: 982-1221*

Meanwhile, the dragons living north of Equestria had been unified by the Oghuz tribe, but unlike many of the tribes that had been proeminent before, the Oghuzes kept a relatively peaceful relationship with Equestria, excepting the occasional small-scale raids, mostly focusing on expansion to the east, which culminated with the conquest of Čina, completed in 1099, under Kilij Arslan. However, the Činan domain soon split off from the main khanate. the dragons would continue to rule there until the dynasty was overthrown in 1354.

Meanwhile, Ereb had, after the collapse of Hrom's authority, and the continuous invasions by the Germani tribes, finally stabilized after a fashion. In the meantime, starting from the 2nd century, the whole region had mostly converted to the _Azadaena_, although following a slightly different tradition than Hrom did.

Upon Luna's banishment, the Sasanid queens came back into proeminence in the local politics, taking advantage of Celestia having become less active on ruling after the event. In the meantime, Equestria had entered an alliance with Hrom, under their Empress Mani Komnena. When, in 1002, her daughter Alexandra, was deposed by Mani's cousin, Gynonike Komnena, and thousands of Equestrians residing in Takht-e-Rum were massacred, the then shah, Irandokht II, declared war, sparking the last major war against Hrom.

The Equestrian successes in the battlefield combined with the harshness of her rule led Gynonike to be overthrown by Iságora Angelina in 1005. However, not long after her accession, the northern territories, which had been reconquered a century before rebelled again. Iságora found herself unable to deal with a war in two fronts and was deposed herself in 1015, being succeeded by her sister, daughter and niece-in-law, all named Alexandra, with each of them lasting less and less in the throne and none of them managing to improve the situation.

By 1024, Hrom was left only with the western third of Asiya and the Yaunabumiš, and it took another Alexandra, Gynonike Komnena's daughter and _mégas doméstikas_ under Laonice Kanabene, the new empress that had been chosen after Alexandra V's deposition, to effectively stop Equestria's advance into Asiya. however, unlike Herakleia five centuries before, Alexandra couldn't turn the tide of the campaign, but after Irandokht II's death in the same year, Celestia took the reins of gdiplovernmentacy again, and eventually a pece treaty was made in which Equestria retained all its gains outside of Asiya, and gave back most of Aisya except for Abâxtaratpatuka and Karka.

However, soon after the war had ended, a group of Erebian armies from the westernmost principalities in the continent, supposedly defending a fellow Azadaenan nation, attacked Equestria, attempting to reconquer the area in coast of the White Sea for Hrom, which Equestria, still recovering from the war, couldn't stop effectively. Thus began a series of sporadic military campaigns by Erebian principalities on the western shore of Equestria. Initially, the Erebians even managed to establish their own principalities in the region, before being slowly overrun in the following years, despite occasionally attempting to reach Tisbon, one of the main Azadaenan pilgrimage spots, until their last stronghold was captured in 1221.
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Best Pink Pony - For being the first person to reach 50k uploads, managing the site's featured images, and countless other contributions to the site.
Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2020) - Took part in the 2020 Community Collab
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
Wallet After Summer Sale -
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
Notoriously Divine Tagger - Consistently uploads images above and beyond the minimum tag requirements. And/or additionally, bringing over the original description from the source if the image has one. Does NOT apply to the uploader adding several to a dozen tags after originally uploading with minimum to bare tagging.
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2018) - Celebrated Derpibooru's six year anniversary with friends.
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger

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*History of Equestria, Part 7.1 – The Contemporary Sasanid period: 982-1221*

Meanwhile, the dragons living north of Equestria had been unified by the Oghuz tribe, but unlike many of the tribes that had been proeminent before, the Oghuzes kept a relatively peaceful relationship with Equestria, excepting the occasional small-scale raids, mostly focusing on expansion to the east, which culminated with the conquest of Čina, completed in 1099, under Kilij Arslan. However, the Činan domain soon split off from the main khanate. the dragons would continue to rule there until the dynasty was overthrown in 1354.

Meanwhile, Ereb had, after the collapse of Hrom's authority, and the continuous invasions by the Germani tribes, finally stabilized after a fashion. In the meantime, starting from the 2nd century, the whole region had mostly converted to the _Azadaena_, although following a slightly different tradition than Hrom did.

Upon Luna's banishment, the Sasanid queens came back into proeminence in the local politics, taking advantage of Celestia having become less active on ruling after the event. In the meantime, Equestria had entered an alliance with Hrom, under their Empress Mani Komnena. When, in 1002, her daughter Alexandra, was deposed by Mani's cousin, Gynonike Komnena, and thousands of Equestrians residing in Takht-e-Rum were massacred, the then shah, Irandokht II, declared war, sparking the last major war against Hrom.

The Equestrian successes in the battlefield combined with the harshness of her rule led Gynonike to be overthrown by Iságora Angelina in 1005. However, not long after her accession, the northern territories, which had been reconquered a century before rebelled again. Iságora found herself unable to deal with a war in two fronts and was deposed herself in 1015, being succeeded by her sister, daughter and niece-in-law, all named Alexandra, with each of them lasting less and less in the throne and none of them managing to improve the situation.

By 1024, Hrom was left only with the western third of Asiya and the Yaunabumiš, and it took another Alexandra, Gynonike Komnena's daughter and _mégas doméstikas_ under Laonice Kanabene, the new empress that had been chosen after Alexandra V's deposition, to effectively stop Equestria's advance into Asiya. however, unlike Herakleia five centuries before, Alexandra couldn't turn the tide of the campaign, but after Irandokht II's death in the same year, Celestia took the reins of government again, and eventually a pece treaty was made in which Equestria retained all its gains outside of Asiya, and gave back most of Aisya except for Abâxtaratpatuka.

However, soon after the war had ended, a group of Erebian warrmiores from the westernmost principalities in the continent, supposedly defending a fellow Azadaenan nation, attacked Equestria, attempting to reconquer the area in coast of the White Sea for Hrom, which Equestria, still recovering from the war, couldn't stop effectively. Thus began a series of sporadic military campaigns by Erebian principalities on the western shore of Equestria. Initially, the Erebians even managed to establish their own principalities in the region, before being slowly overrun in the following years, despite occasionally attempting to reach Tisbon, one of the main Azadaenan pilgrimage spots, until their last stronghold was captured in 1221.
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Best Pink Pony - For being the first person to reach 50k uploads, managing the site's featured images, and countless other contributions to the site.
Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2020) - Took part in the 2020 Community Collab
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
Wallet After Summer Sale -
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
Notoriously Divine Tagger - Consistently uploads images above and beyond the minimum tag requirements. And/or additionally, bringing over the original description from the source if the image has one. Does NOT apply to the uploader adding several to a dozen tags after originally uploading with minimum to bare tagging.
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2018) - Celebrated Derpibooru's six year anniversary with friends.
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger

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*History of Equestria, Part 7.1 – The Contemporary Sasanid period: 982-1354221*

Meanwhile, the dragons living north of Equestria had been unified by the Oghuz tribe, but unlike many of the tribes that had been proeminent before, the Oghuzes kept a relatively peaceful relationship with Equestria, excepting the occasional small-scale raids, mostly focusing on expansion to the east, which culminated with the conquest of Čina, completed in 1099, under Kilij Arslan. However, the Činan domain soon split off from the main khanate. the dragons would continue to rule there until the dynasty was overthrown in 1354.

Meanwhile, Ereb had, after the collapse of Hrom's authority, and the continuous invasions by the Germani tribes, finally stabilized after a fashion. In the meantime, starting from the 2nd century, the whole region had mostly converted to the _Azadaena_, although following a slightly different tradition than Hrom did.

Upon Luna's banishment, the Sasanid queens came back into proeminence in the local politics, taking advantage of Celestia having become less active on ruling after the event. In the meantime, Equestria had entered an alliance with Hrom, under their Empress Mani Komnena. When, in 1002, her daughter Alexandra, was deposed by Mani's cousin, Gynonike Komnena, and thousands of Equestrians residing in Takht-e-Rum were massacred, the then shah, Irandokht II, declared war, sparking the last major war against Hrom.

The Equestrian successes in the battlefield combined with the harshness of her rule led Gynonike to be overthrown by Iságora Angelina in 1005. However, not long after her accession, the northern territories, which had been reconquered a century before rebelled again. Iságora found herself unable to deal with a war in two fronts and was deposed herself in 1015, being succeeded by her sister, daughter and niece-in-law, all named Alexandra, with each of them lasting less and less in the throne and none of them managing to improve the situation.

By 1024, Hrom was left only with the western third of Asiya and the Yaunabumiš, and it took another Alexandra, Gynonike Komnena's daughter and _mégas doméstikas_ under Laonice Kanabene, the new empress that had been chosen after Alexandra V's deposition, to effectively stop Equestria's advance into Asiya. however, unlike Herakleia five centuries before, Alexandra couldn't turn the tide of the campaign, but after Irandokht II's death in the same year, Celestia took the reins of government again, and eventually a pece treaty was made in which Equestria retained all its gains outside of Asiya, and gave back most of Aisya except for Abâxtaratpatuka.

However, soon after the war had ended, a group of Erebian warriors from the westernmost principalities in the continent, supposedly defending a fellow Azadaenan nation, attacked Equestria, attempting to reconquer the area in coast of the White Sea for Hrom, which Equestria, still recovering from the war, couldn't stop effectively. Thus began a series of sporadic military campaigns by Erebian principalities on the western shore of Equestria. Initially, the Erebians even managed to establish their own principalities in the region, before being slowly overrun in the following years, despite occasionally attempting to reach Tisbon, one of the main Azadaenan pilgrimage spots, until their last stronghold was captured in 1221.
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Best Pink Pony - For being the first person to reach 50k uploads, managing the site's featured images, and countless other contributions to the site.
Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2020) - Took part in the 2020 Community Collab
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
Wallet After Summer Sale -
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
Notoriously Divine Tagger - Consistently uploads images above and beyond the minimum tag requirements. And/or additionally, bringing over the original description from the source if the image has one. Does NOT apply to the uploader adding several to a dozen tags after originally uploading with minimum to bare tagging.
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2018) - Celebrated Derpibooru's six year anniversary with friends.
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger

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Humata, Hukhta, Hvarshta
*History of Equestria, Part 7.1 – The Contemporary Sasanid period: 982-1354*

Meanwhile, the dragons living north of Equestria had been unified by the Oghuz tribe, but unlike many of the tribes that had been proeminent before, the Oghuzes kept a relatively peaceful relationship with Equestria, excepting the occasional small-scale raids, mostly focusing on expansion to the east, which culminated with the conquest of Čina, completed in 1099, under Kilij Arslan. However, the Činan domain soon split off from the main khanate. the dragons would continue to rule there until the dynasty was overthrown in 1354.

Meanwhile, Ereb had, after the collapse of Hrom's authority, and the continuous invasions by the Germani tribes, finally stabilized after a fashion. In the meantime, starting from the 2nd century, the whole region had mostly converted to the _Azadaena_, although following a slightly different tradition than Hrom did.

Upon Luna's banishment, the Sasanid queens came back into proeminence in the local politics, taking advantage of Celestia having become less active on ruling after the event. In the meantime, Equestria had entered an alliance with Hrom, under their Empress Mani Komnena. When, in 1002, her daughter Alexandra, was deposed by Mani's cousin, Gynonike Komnena, and thousands of Equestrians residing in Takht-e-Rum were massacred, the then shah, Irandokht II, declared war, sparking the last major war against Hrom.

The Equestrian successes in the battlefield combined with the harshness of her rule led Gynonike to be overthrown by Iságora Angelina in 1005. However, not long after her accession, the northern territories, which had been reconquered a century before rebelled again. Iságora found herself unable to deal with a war in two fronts and was deposed herself in 1015, being succeeded by her sister, daughter and niece-in-law, all named Alexandra, with each of them lasting less and less in the throne and none of them managing to improve the situation.

By 1024, Hrom was left only with the western thalfird of Asiya and the Yaunabumiš, and it took another Alexandra, Gynonike Komnena's daughter and _mégas doméstikas_ under Laonice Kanabene, the new empress that had been chosen after Alexandra V's deposition, to effectively stop Equestria's advance into Asiya. however, unlike Herakleia five centuries before, Alexandra couldn't turn the tide of the campaign, but after Irandokht II's death in the same year, Celestia took the reins of government again, and eventually a pece treaty was made in which Equestria retained all its gains outside of Asiya, and gave back most of Aisya except for Abâxtaratpatuka.

However, soon after the war had ended, a group of Erebian warriors from the westernmost principalities in the continent, supposedly defending a fellow Azadaenan nation, attacked Equestria, attempting to reconquer the area in coast of the White Sea for Hrom, which Equestria, still recovering from the war, couldn't stop effectively. Thus began a series of sporadic military campaigns by Erebian principalities on the western shore of Equestria. Initially, the Erebians even managed to establish their own principalities in the region, before being slowly overrun in the following years, despite occasionally attempting to reach Tisbon, one of the main Azadaenan pilgrimage spots, until their last stronghold was captured in 1221.
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*History of Equestria, Part 7.1 – The Contemporary Sasanid period: 982-1354*

Meanwhile, the dragons living north of Equestria had been unified by the Oghuz tribe, but unlike many of the tribes that had been proeminent before, the Oghuzes kept a relatively peaceful relationship with Equestria, excepting the occasional small-scale raids, mostly focusing on expansion to the east, which culminated with the conquest of Čina, completed in 1099, under Kilij Arslan. However, the Činan domain soon split off from the main khanate. the dragons would continue to rule there until the dynasty was overthrown in 1354.

Meanwhile, Ereb had, after the collapse of Hrom's authority, and the continuous invasions by the Germani tribes, had finally stabilized after a fashion. In the meantime, starting from the 2nd century, the whole region had mostly converted to the _Azadaena_, although following a slightly different tradition than Hrom did.

Upon Luna's banishment, the Sasanid queens came back into proeminence in the local politics, taking advantage of Celestia having become less active on ruling after the event. In the meantime, Equestria had entered an alliance with Hrom, under their Empress Mani Komnena. When, in 1002, her daughter Alexandra, was deposed by Mani's cousin, Gynonike Komnena, and thousands of Equestrians residing in Takht-e-Rum were massacred, the then shah, Irandokht II, declared war, sparking the last major war against Hrom.

The Equestrian successes in the battlefield combined with the harshness of her rule led Gynonike to be overthrown by Iságora Angelina in 1005. However, not long after her accession, the northern territories, which had been reconquered a century before rebelled again. Iságora found herself unable to deal with a war in two fronts and was deposed herself in 1015, being succeeded by her sister, daughter and niece-in-law, all named Alexandra, with each of them lasting less and less in the throne and none of them managing to improve the situation.

By 1024, Hrom was left only with the western half of Asiya and the Yaunabumiš, and it took another Alexandra, Gynonike Komnena's daughter and _mégas doméstikas_ under Laonice Kanabene, the new empress that had been chosen after Alexandra V's deposition, to effectively stop Equestria's advance into Asiya. however, unlike Herakleia five centuries before, Alexandra couldn't turn the tide of the campaign, but after Irandokht II's death in the same year, Celestia took the reins of government again, and eventually a pece treaty was made in which Equestria retained all its gains outside of Asiya, and gave back most of Aisya except for Abâxtaratpatuka.

However, soon after the war had ended, a group of Erebian warriors from the westernmost principalities in the continent, supposedly defending a fellow Azadaenan nation, attacked Equestria, attempting to reconquer the area in coast of the White Sea for Hrom, which Equestria, still recovering from the war, couldn't stop effectively. Thus began a series of sporadic military campaigns by Erebian principalities on the western shore of Equestria. Initially, the Erebians even managed to establish their own principalities in the region, before being slowly overrun in the following years, despite occasionally attempting to reach Tisbon, one of the main Azadaenan pilgrimage spots, until their last stronghold was captured in 1221.
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*History of Equestria, Part 7.1 – The Contemporary Sasanid period: 982-1354*

Meanwhile, the dragons living north of Equestria had been unified by the Oghuz tribe, but unlike many of the tribes that had been proeminent before, the Oghuzes kept a relatively peaceful relationship with Equestria, excepting the occasional small-scale raids, mostly focusing on expansion to the east, which culminated with the conquest of Čina, completed in 1099, under Kilij Arslan. However, the Činan domain soon split off from the main khanate. the dragons would continue to rule there until the dynasty was overthrown in 1354.

Meanwhile, Ereb had, after the collapse of Hrom's authority, and the continuous invasions by the Germani tribes, had finally stabilized after a fashion. In the meantime, starting from the 2nd century, the whole region had mostly converted to the _Azadaena_, although following a slightly different tradition than Hrom did.

Upon Luna's banishment, the Sasanid queens came back into proeminence in the local politics, taking advantage of Celestia having become less active on ruling after the event. In the meantime, Equestria had entered an alliance with Hrom, under their Empress Mani Komnena. When, in 1002, her daughter Alexandra, was deposed by Mani's cousin, Gynonike Komnena, and thousands of Equestrians residing in Takht-e-Rum were massacred, the then shah, Irandokht II, declared war, sparking the last major war against Hrom.

The Equestrian successes in the battlefield combined with the harshness of her rule led Gynonike to be overthrown by Iságora Angelina in 1005. However, not long after her accession, the northern territories, which had been reconquered a century before rebelled again. Iságora found herself unable to deal with a war in two fronts and was deposed herself in 1015, being succeeded by her sister, daughter and niece-in-law, all named Alexandra, with each of them lasting less and less in the throne and none of them managing to improve the situation.

By 1024, Hrom was left only with the western half of Asiya and the Yaunabumiš, and it took another Alexandra, Gynonike Komnena's daughter and _mégas doméstikas_ under Laonice Kanabene, the new empress that had been chosen after Alexandra V's deposition, to effectively stop Equestria's advance into Asiya. however, unlike Herakleia five centuries before, Alexandra couldn't turn the tide of the campaign, but after Irandokht II's death in the same year, Celestia took the reins of government again, and eventually a pece treaty was made in which Equestria retained all its gains outside of Asiya, and gave back most of Aisya except for Abâxtaratpatuka.

However, soon after the war had ended, a group of Erebian warriors from the westernmost principalities in the continent, supposedly defending a fellow Azadaenan nation, attacked Equestria, attempting to reconquer the area in coast of the White Sea for Hrom, which Equestria, still recovering from the war, couldn't stop effectively. Thus began a series of sporadic military campaigns by Erebian principalities on the western shore of Equestria. Initially, the Erebians even managed to establish their own principalities in the region, before being slowly overrun in the following years, despite occasionally attempting to reach Tisbon, one of the main Azadaenan pilgrimage spots, until their last strong hold was captured in 1221.
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Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
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Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
Wallet After Summer Sale -
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
Notoriously Divine Tagger - Consistently uploads images above and beyond the minimum tag requirements. And/or additionally, bringing over the original description from the source if the image has one. Does NOT apply to the uploader adding several to a dozen tags after originally uploading with minimum to bare tagging.
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Humata, Hukhta, Hvarshta
*History of Equestria, Part 7.1 – The Contemporary Sasanid period: 982-1354*

Meanwhile, the dragons living north of Equestria had been unified by the Oghuz tribe, but unlike many of the tribes that had been proeminent before, the Oghuzes kept a relatively peaceful relationship with Equestria, excepting the occasional small-scale raids, mostly focusing on expansion to the east, which culminated with the conquest of Čina, completed in 1099, under Kilij Arslan. However, the Činan domain soon split off from the main khanate. the dragons would continue to rule there until the dynasty was overthrown in 1354.

Meanwhile, Ereb had, after the collapse of Hrom's authority, and the continuous invasions by the Germani tribes, had finally stabilized after a fashion. In the meantime, starting from the 2nd century, the whole region had mostly converted to the _Azadaena_, although following a slightly different tradition than Hrom did.

Upon Luna's banishment, the Sasanid queens came back into proeminence in the local politics, taking advantage of Celestia having become less active on ruling after the event. In the meantime, Equestria had entered an alliance with Hrom, under their Empress Mani Komnena. When, in 1002, her daughter Alexandra, was deposed by Mani's cousin, Gynonike Komnena, and thousands of Equestrians residing in Takht-e-Rum were massacred, the then shah, Irandokht II, declared war, sparking the last major war against Hrom.

The Equestrian successes in the battlefield combined with the harshness of her rule led Gynonike to be overthrown by Iságora Angelina in 1005. However, not long after her accession, the northern territories, which had been reconquered a century before rebelled again. Iságora found herself unable to deal with a war in two fronts and was deposed herself in 1015, being succeeded by her sister, daughter and niece-in-law, all named Alexandra, with each of them lasting less and less in the throne and none of them managing to improve the situation.

By 1024, Hrom was left only with the western half of Asiya and the Yaunabumiš, and it took another Alexandra, Gynonike Komnena's daughter and _mégas doméstikas_ under Laonice Kanabene, the new empress that had been chosen after Alexandra V's deposition, to effectively stop Equestria's advance into Asiya. however, unlike Herakleia five centuries before, Alexandra couldn't turn the tide of the campaign, but after Irandokht II's death in the same year, Celestia took the reins of government again, and eventually a pece treaty was made in which Equestria retained all its gains outside of Asiya, and gave back most of Aisya except for Abâxtaratpatuka.

However, soon after the war had ended, a group of Erebian warriors from the westernmost principalities in the continent, supposedly defending a fellow Azadaenan nation, attacked Equestria, attempting to reconquer the area in coast of the White Sea for Hrom, which Equestria, still recovering from the war, couldn't stop effectively. Thus began a series of sporadic military campaigns by Erebian principalities on the western shore of Equestria. Initially, the Erebians even managed to establish their own principalities in the region, before being slowly overrun in the following years, until their last strong hold was captured in 1221.
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Edited by Mildgyth
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Best Pink Pony - For being the first person to reach 50k uploads, managing the site's featured images, and countless other contributions to the site.
Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2020) - Took part in the 2020 Community Collab
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
Wallet After Summer Sale -
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
Notoriously Divine Tagger - Consistently uploads images above and beyond the minimum tag requirements. And/or additionally, bringing over the original description from the source if the image has one. Does NOT apply to the uploader adding several to a dozen tags after originally uploading with minimum to bare tagging.
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2018) - Celebrated Derpibooru's six year anniversary with friends.
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger

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Humata, Hukhta, Hvarshta
*History of Equestria, Part 7 – The Contemporary Sasanid period: 982-1354*

Meanwhile, the dragons living north of Equestria had been unified by the Oghuz tribe, but unlike many of the tribes that had been proeminent before, the Oghuzes kept a relatively peaceful relationship with Equestria, excepting the occasional small-scale raids, mostly focusing on expansion to the east, which culminated with the conquest of Čina, completed in 1099, under Kilij Arslan. However, the Činan domain soon split off from the main khanate. the dragons would continue to rule there until the dynasty was overthrown in 1354.

Meanwhile, Ereb had, after the collapse of Hrom's authority, and the continuous invasions by the Germani tribes, had finally stabilized after a fashion. In the meantime, starting from the 2nd century, the whole region had mostly converted to the _Azadaena_, although following a slightly different tradition than Hrom did.

Upon Luna's banishment, the Sasanid queens came back into proeminence in the local politics, taking advantage of Celestia having become less active on ruling after the event. In the meantime, Equestria had entered an alliance with Hrom, under their Empress Mani Komnena. When, in 1002, her daughter Alexandra, was deposed by Mani's cousin, Gynonike Komnena, and thousands of Equestrians residing in Takht-e-Rum were massacred, the then shah, Irandokht II, declared war, sparking the last major war against Hrom.

The Equestrian successes in the battlefield combined with the harshness of her rule led Gynonike to be overthrown by Iságora Angelina in 1005. However, not long after her accession, the northern territories, which had been reconquered a century before rebelled again. Iságora found herself unable to deal with a war in two fronts and was deposed herself in 1015, being succeeded by her sister, daughter and niece-in-law, all named Alexandra, with each of them lasting less and less in the throne and none of them managing to improve the situation.

By 1024, Hrom was left only with the western half of Asiya and the Yaunabumiš, and it took another Alexandra, Gynonike Komnena's daughter and _mégas doméstikas_ under Laonice Kanabene, the new empress that had been chosen after Alexandra V's deposition, to effectively stop Equestria's advance into Asiya. however, unlike Herakleia five centuries before, Alexandra couldn't turn the tide of the campaign, but after Irandokht II's death in the same year, Celestia took the reins of government again, and eventually a pece treaty was made in which Equestria retained all its gains outside of Asiya, and gave back most of Aisya except for Abâxtaratpatuka.

However, soon after the war had ended, a group of Erebian warriors from the westernmost principalities in the continent, supposedly defending a fellow Azadaenan nation, attacked Equestria, attempting to reconquer the area in coast of the White Sea for Hrom, which Equestria, still recovering from the war, couldn't stop effectively. Thus began a series of sporadic military campaigns by Erebian principalities on the western shore of Equestria. Initially, the Erebians even managed to establish their own principalities in the region, before being slowly overrun in the following years, until their last strong hold was captured in 1221.
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