Dayak Council
Capital None
Government Tribal Council
Leaders Unknown
Population 8 million (estimate)
Land area Unknown
GDP (total) Unknown
(per capita)
Major Ethnic Groups forest people
Major Languages Spoken variations of the Malay-Dayak language, Sulawesi tribal languages (most prominetly Makassar)
Major Religions Animist (98%)
Currency Unknown

The Dayak Council is an island polity in maritime Southeast Asia.

The "state" was born from the Awakening of the rainforests of Borneo and Sulawesi, and the establishment of the Dayak Council by the indigenous animist tribes. The residents of the towns and cities were forced to relocate to either [[Sumatran Alliance|Sumatra} or Java when the Awakened forest took back the land. A few coastal villages were permitted to continue to exist.[1] When the military junta in the Javanese Republic sent its military forces to Borneo and Sulawesi in an attempt to regain control of the provinces, stiff resistance forced them to retreat.[2]

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  1. o70096438Shadows of Asia p.163
  2. o70096438Shadows of Asia p.163

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