Swedish-Roman Empire

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The Swedish-Roman Empire was founded in the year of 800 by Karl Magnus, also called Charlemange. It consisted of the Nordic countries (Finland excluded), Germany, France, Italy and all the countries in between. After the death of Karl Magnus in 814 his son Ludde, also called Ludvig the pious, took over. After his death in 840 the empire was divided by his four sons into Sweden, Germany, France and Italy.

What very few people know, is that the secret cult of "The cult of the Swedish-Roman Empire" has been working for the last 3300 years trying to resurrect it. What even less people know is that the cult has largelly succeded, the reason that the countries of Thomas' pimp kingdoms, I Rule, and the Swedish-Roman Empire no longer exists.