Naming conventions and Titles
Calendars and Holidays
Schools and Curriculums
Prominent written media
Airports and harbours
Companies and (retail) chain stores
"Rangers" (Historical agency)
Ko-oren is home to 12 subdivisions, which are all free to find their own title (state, province, etc). 'Oren' is a native Ko-orenite word for land/region.
West Strand Riding
All of Ko-oren is divided into 48 census areas with an almost equal population. A census area must be fully located within one subdivision, however, which skews the population balance per census area considerably.
Number of census areas
West Strand Riding
The following cities span one full census area or multiple census areas:
Number of census areas
Aminey (Côte Austral)
Santa Teresa (Finisterre)
Amillon (Côte Austral)
Naming conventions and Titles
In a country torn apart by 10 major languages, naming conventions are very hard to pin down. Generally, there are three kinds of names in Ko-oren:
Cat. I Names in native languages (Gehrennan, Tarrashall, Aerellen, Aviansolan)
Cat. II Names in foreign arrivals (English, Dutch, French, Japanese, Mawr, Finisterran)
Cat. III Names in third languages (languages spoken by recent immigrants, other languages, etc)
For Cat. III, Ko-oren makes no special distinction or changes. These names are accepted as is, in the way they would be used in their language (family name/given name first, patronyms/matronyms, etc).
For Cat. I and II, Ko-oren forces the given name to be used first, and the family name last (even for Japanese).
Most names look like this:
Pirdhuleska Keldholinthen (Gehrennan name), given name Pirdhuleska, family name Keldholinthen.
Some people opt to give their child a name in one of the Cat. II languages, but still want to give a native-like second name, such as:
Célé Joljolaika Peltier (French given and family name, Gehrennan middle name).
Godmi Aiamelle yCewnchir (Mawr given and family name, Aerellen middle name).
Usually, the given and family names match: Francophone speakers often have French last names, live in a Francophone area, and give their children a Francophone name. This is not always the case, however, and in recent decades the number of language-independent first names is on the rise.
Calendars and Holidays
While Ko-oren has joined most of the rest of the Multiverse in its use of the Gregorian calendar, all working days, holidays, and other important dates are tied to the native calendar.
The 365 days are divided into 10 months of 36 days each (=360), with a holiday at the end of the 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th, and 10th month (=365). In leap years, a 366th day is added near the end of the 2nd month, coinciding with 29 February. The 36-day month is divided into 6 weeks of 6 days each.
Rent, as well as most other payments, are paid monthly (= every 36.5 days, accounting for the holiday at the end of each second month).
The working week lasts for four days in most weeks, and five in some other weeks. In a 36-day month, the first and fourth weeks have five working days, and the second, third, fifth, and sixth weeks have four working days. In a 37-day month, the first, fourth, and sixth week have five working days, the others all have four working days. Most weekends therefore last two days, yet some last only one day.
The native calendar starts on the shortest day, 21 December.
- Christmas (25 Dec)
- New Years' Day (1 Jan)
(- Grekha (29 Feb))
- Razhukha (3 Mar)
- Atlantian Oceania Day (28 Mar)
- Day of History (27 Apr)
- Dorakha (15 May)
- Day of Nature (22 May)
- Day of Shadows (3 Jul)
- Girikha (27 Jul)
- Day of Museums (26 Sep)
- Jarakha (8 Oct)
- Dragonfly Day (26 Nov) - the main national holiday
- Zedhhakha (20 Dec)
The 10 months are named as follows (in Gehrennan, followed by its English equivalent):
- Kidignir (Lightwake) 21 Dec-25 Jan
- Razhuditla (Frostreign) 26 Jan-3 Mar
- Pithelelash (Newgrowth) 4 Mar-8 Apr
- Dorapi (Greentide) 9 Apr-15 May
- Tobtoren (Brightcrest) 16 May-20 Jun
- Girizedh (Daywane) 21 Jun-27 Jul
- Selpernim (Sweltersky) 28 Jul-1 Sep
- Jaranethan (Ambercrown) 2 Sep-8 Oct
- Tharathju (Harvestreach) 9 Oct-13 Nov
- Zedhasim (Witherhelm) 14 Nov-20 Dec
All six days of the week are named, and the nights separating the days are named as well:
- 0th night: Kuhrathu (Quietude)
- 1st day: Rensohn (Wrensong)
- 1st night: Rendahrap (Raindrop)
- 2nd day: Bandahr (Wanderall)
- 2nd night: Paturidh (Feathereve)
- 3rd day: Lathajul (Latherwell)
- 3rd night: Paturakh (Petrichor)
- 4th day: Kaladar (Cloudrift)
- 4th night: Tharkob (Starcurve)
- 5th day: Shirobodh (Citronbread)
- 5th night: Bathepas (Waterflask)
- 6th day: Kinthaj (Kinstay)
- (0th night of the following week): Kuhrathu (Quietude)
Schools and Curriculums
There are three levels to education in Ko-oren:
- Elementary school
- High school
- Tertiary education
Year 1: Learning to read & write, basic maths, physical education, art
Year 2: Reading, writing, maths, PhysEd, art, music, biology
Year 3: Language, maths, PhysEd, art, music, biology, geography
Year 4: Language, second language, maths, PhysEd, art, music, biology, geography, history
Year 5: Language, second language, maths, PhysEd, art, music, biology, geography, history
Year 6: Language, second language, maths, PhysEd, art, music, biology, geography, history, traffic, science
Year 7: Language, second language, maths, PhysEd, art, music, biology, geography, history, traffic, religion, science, IT
Year 8: Linguistics, literature studies, second language, third language, maths, PhysEd, art, music, biology, geography, history, physics, IT
Year 9: Linguistics, literature studies, second language, third language, fourth language, maths, PhysEd, art, music, biology, geography, history, physics, economics, IT
Year 10: Linguistics, literature studies, second language, third language, fourth language, maths, PhysEd, art, music, biology, geography, history, physics, philosophy, economics, IT
Year 11: Linguistics, literature studies, second language, third language, fourth language, maths, PhysEd, art, music, biology, geography, history, physics, social studies, economics, IT, chemistry
Year 12: Linguistics, literature studies, second language, third language, maths, PhysEd, art/music, geography, history, economics, IT, philosophy of science
PLUS 3-7 of the following: advanced maths, fourth language, music/art, advanced history, advanced geography, advanced economics, philosophy, social studies, biology, classical language, physics, chemistry
Year 13: Linguistics, literature studies, second language, third language, maths, PhysEd, art/music, geography, history, economics, IT, physics, final project
PLUS 3-7 of the following: advanced second language, advanced maths, fourth language, music/art, advanced history, advanced geography, advanced economics, philosophy, social studies, biology, classical language, physics, chemistry
In the final 2 years, students have the opportunity to pick subjects according to their wants and needs, preparing them for tertiary education. In many cases, tertiary education majors require a student to have completed a certain high school subject.
Year 12's philosophy of science includes some history of science, astronomy, navigation, etc.
Year 13's final project is typically a largish project, involving literature studies and a presentation.
Year 13 ends with a central exam in each of the subjects a student has followed during their 6 years of high school, excluding PhysEd.
Tertiary education in Ko-oren is offered by Universities across the country. Despite Ko-oren's population being about 27 million, there seem to be very many institutions per capita (which, in most nations, is about 1 million people per university). This is because tertiary education institutions are often arranged by faculty, grouping similar degrees together in one institution. Nowadays, students often enrol in a single degree at a single institution, but may follow subjects at nearby institutions as elective subjects (which are a mandatory part of any degree). In this way, students finish their degree while having a broader understanding covering multiple sciences. There are 48 institutions in all.
Greencaster Business University
Greencaster Technical University
Surbourneshire Medical University
Legal Institute of Greencaster
Willowbourne Institute of Humanities
Willowbourne Technological Academy
National University of Willowbourne
Université de la Côte Austral
Université des Arts d'Aminey
Université d'Économie Côtienne
Academie de Droit d'Aminey
Universiteit van Intermare
Katashi Yoshima Daigaku
Katashi Keizai Daigaku
Katashi Ika Daigaku
Maethoru National University
Maethoru School of Economics
École de l'homme et de la Société
Technische Universiteit Sterrenwolde
Medical Institute of the Capitals
Escola Naval de Santa Teresa
Universidade de Finisterre
Academia de Belas-Artes
Gehrenna National University
Linguistic Institute of Senoren
IT Institute of Mawrystwyth
Furune Geijutsu Daigaku
Cirelbourne Faculty of Medicine
Economical University of Maynard
Social Science Institute of Amandine
Aevanna Ecologiske Universitet
Université de l'Amandine
West Strand Riding University
West Strand Riding
Institute of the Eleanor
West Strand Riding
Universiteit van Rozenvoorde
Uni of A&E of Grain- and Leeshire
University of Humanities in Marinwood
With so many languages, television can look messy and inefficient from a foreign point of view. Within Ko-oren, however, the patchwork of channels, languages etcetera works alright. For the largest channels, subtitle packages in various languages are available from Teletext, via Smart TV, and various other applications and web services.
Number. Name: Language, Purpose (Broadcasting company)
1. TV1: All languages, news. Cycles through news and weather, one language at a time, in 15-20 minute broadcasts per language. Often, the different languages focus on slightly different stories, though all national stories are the same (owned by RFT-K/KVM)
2. TV2: All languages (depending on area), info(tainment), culture, education, talk shows. The primary channel for infotainment, talk shows, investigative journalism, cultural programming, and education, focusing on native content. Every language has its own schedule, and is broadcast in a different area. All 11 channels are also available at channels 20-30 (owned by RFT-K/KVM)
3. TV3: All languages (depending on area), sports, music, popular culture, children's TV, series. The primary channel for popular culture, most of it from Ko-orenite soil. 75% of programming is the same nationwide. The remaining 25% is local programming, aimed at that area's language. (owned by RFT-K/KVM)
4. Diamond: English. Live sports, live music, game shows, entertainment. Aimed at the country's southwest, this channel has the rights to some primetime rugby union, cricket, gridiron, as well as some concerts and festivals. For the rest, it airs game shows, panel shows, some news backgrounds, and entertainment.
5. Poolster: Dutch. Live sports, entertainment, game shows, talk shows. Aimed at the country's north, this channel has the rights to some primetime soccer, gridiron, ice hockey, and more. For the rest, it's the primary Dutch-language entertainment/talk/game show channel, and is known to air locally made, often artsy, series as well.
6. L'Hexa: French. Live sports, entertainment, music, culture, talk shows. Aimed at the country's central-south, this channel has the rights to some primetime soccer, gridiron, rugby league, and baseball. For the rest, it's the primary Francophone channel for entertainment/talk/game shows, music and culture. Tends to show movies on nights when there are no live sports they can air.
7. NaruNana: Japanese. Live sports, entertainment, children's TV, etc. Aimed at the country's east, this channel has the rights to some primetime soccer, rugby league, and baseball. For the rest, this channel is watched by children nationwide, and it's the primary Japanese-language channel for other entertainment, games, and series.
8. YouHana: Japanese and other languages. Children's TV, animation. The main children's TV channel, of which a good part is in Japanese.
9. The Nona: Travel shows, slow TV, sports. All languages. Mostly used for slow TV, travel shows, and other slow-paced television, this channel is also used as an extra sports channel when needed.
10. GKW: All languages, arts and culture. Live music, concerts, showcases, interviews, documentaries. Lots of nature documentaries as well.
11. Wings: English/French/Dutch/Gehrennan, children's TV, game shows, comedy. Children's TV by day, locally produced game shows and comedy after 21:00.
12. TV Orenini: Gehrennan. Live sports, entertainment, politics. Aimed at the country's central-north and northwest, this channel has the rights to some primetime soccer and gridiron. This area of the country is also the political centre, so politics feature heavily on the channel as well.
13. Calight: All languages (mostly English). Popular shows, popular foreign tv shows. This channel features a lot of foreign shows. A few cooking shows, lots of long-running entertainment shows. Lots of reruns.
14: Calumière: All languages (mostly French/Dutch). Much like 13.
15: Kalumi: All languages (mostly Gehrennan, English). Politics, business, economy news, documentaries. The main documentary channel.
20-30. See 2. The channel languages in order: Gehrennan (20), English (21), French (22), Dutch (23), Finisterran (24), Mawry (25), Aviansolan (26), Aerellen (27), Tarrashall (28), Nordoren (29), Japanese (30). Owned by RFT-K/KVM.
Prominent Written Media
Nearly every city has its own local newspaper, filled with anything between municipal legislation to local events going on, and from obituaries to uplifting neighbourhood news. For cities upwards of 250,000 inhabitants, there are usually multiple local newspapers, each covering one part of the city (but with plenty of overlap).
In Ko-oren, as much as in other nations, internet has made the role of printed media much smaller.
Wrensong Weekly (English, in-depth journalism)
Waterflask Weekly (English, news backgrounds)
Interquirer (English, French, Dutch, Gehrennan, international news)
Aurora (all major languages, daily)
nova.gov.kor (multilingual, official)
ma.mun.kor (multilingual, local news)
quac.kor (twitter-like website, powered by twii.tur)
Every number starts with a 0.
The second and third numbers correspond to the census area, of which there are 48 in Ko-oren. The second and third number are simply the number of the census area, though areas with a number under 10 will have 50 added to them. Simply said, the second and third numbers range from 10 to 48 and from 51 to 59.
The fourth through to the tenth number are free for that census area to give out. Usually, the fourth number cannot be a 0. Usually, if it is a 1, it is a protected service (governmental, educational, medical, police, etc).
056-059 and 010-012
West Strand Riding
National companies and government services
000-009 and 049-050 and 080-089
As an example, a number starting with 0361 will be an official service from (the eastern rural) census area in Intermare.
.kor is the top level domain for the country.
Second level domains
.gov.kor is reserved for official government websites.
.org.kor is reserved for (non-profit) organisations.
.edu.kor is reserved for any kind of educational institution.
.com.kor is reserved for commercial entities, companies, etc.
.nom.kor is reserved for private (personal) websites.
.net.kor is reserved for entities that keep our internet running.
.web.kor is reserved for general-use websites, commercial or not.
.ngo.kor is reserved for NGOs.
.int.kor is reserved for international agencies, embassies, etc.
.mun.kor is reserved for municipalities.
may, cau, sur, geh, inm, sud, nor, aer, wsr, maw, fin, yos are reserved for our 12 subdivisions.
ge, ne, fr, en, ae, fi, jp, av, ta, ma are reserved for language-specific purposes (but are rarely used).
The correct format of an address is as follows:
- House number, Building, Street
- Neighbourhood, Town/City, Subdivision
- Nation (if sent from abroad)
27 Hummingbird, Avenue of Senoren
Northbank, Idyllwild, Gehrenna
Which can be abbreviated as:
27 Hummingbird, Ave / Senoren
Northbank, IDYL, GEH
For cities, four letter abbreviations are often used. Most of the time, these are the first four letters of the city: WILL (Willowbourne), GREE (Greencaster), KATA (Katashi), etc.
For subdivisions, three letter abbreviations are used: MAW, WSR, GEH, SUR, MAY, INT, NOO, SUD, AER, CA(U), FIN, YOS. The Department of Cote Austral may be abbreviated as CA as well.
Street names are almost always named [Street/Avenue/etc] of [something]. The 'of' is often replaced with a slash /. The last part is always written in full. The first part is often abbreviated as well.
Not everyone lives in a larger building, property or around a (court)yard. In this case, the building name is dropped.
Last names may be abbreviated as well. In case of Gehrennan (Classical) Ko-orenite names, the suffixes are often shortened. -Ingun -> -Ing', -erinthen -> -Eth', -inden -> 'Ind', etc.
Airports and harbours
International travel to Ko-oren is facilitated through the following airports and harbours:
- Willowbourne International Airport: Ko-oren's largest airport with excellent connections to the largest, second largest, and third largest cities (Greencaster, Willowbourne, and Aminey), as well as the capital region of Mayara.
- Sterrenwolde International Airport: Located just outside Sterrenwolde, this airport is connected to the major urban areas of the northeast: Schemerdrecht and the Intermare hinterland, and the cities of Sudaefjoll.
- Katashi International Airport: This airport serves the island of Leleia, which contains the last member of the 5 largest cities: Katashi. Furthermore, travel to the other islands of Yoshima is possible fro here.
- Llandy Airport: Located in the southwest, this airport is close to Mawryshire and southern West Strand Riding, and also offers a good connection with Greencaster. This airport is mostly used for cargo.
- Ferrovente Airport: Located in the southeastern peninsula, this airport serves Finisterre and the region of Amadine, well out of reach of Willowbourne.
- Aevanna Airport: Located in the far northeast, this airport serves Aerellen.
- Launott Airport: One of the country's smallest, this airport serves the remote area of Poolrugge.
- Nyashawill Airport: The country's smallest airport serves Nyashawill, northern Intermare and offers a connection to the other half of West Strand Riding.
- Alara Airport,
- Etena Airport,
- Selesi Airport: these three airports serve their respective islands in the prefecture of Yoshima.
- Greencaster Seaport: Ko-oren's largest seaport, handles cargo and passengers from all over Atlantian Oceania to Ko-oren. It has excellent connections with Willowbourne International Airport, as well as most urban areas of Ko-oren.
- Katashi Seaport: This seaport serves Katashi and its island of Leleia.
- Santa Teresa Harbour: This port serves Finisterre and the Ko-orenite navy.
- Aevanna Harbour: This port serves the northeastern state of Aerellen.
- Alara Harbour,
- Etena Harbour,
- Selesi Harbour: these three harbours serve their respective islands in the prefecture of Yoshima.
Lastly, the inside of the Bay of Ko-oren is lined with smaller harbours, primarily for trade within the country, but also plenty of cargo coming in from abroad/cargo shipped out to abroad: Étouille, Amillon, Aminey, Mayara, Maethoru, Rozenvoorde, Laringen, Schemerdrecht, Sterrenwolde, and Straudum.
Companies and (retail) chain stores
(* denotes companies based in foreign countries)
Greenjay - Ko-orenite flagship airline connecting domestic airports with Atlantian Oceanian destinations and beyond. Based in Willowbourne.
Manavis - connects all domestic airports and some Atlantian Oceanian destinations. Based in Mayara.
RFT-K/KVM - Publicly owned television and radio station that focuses on all languages.
BayTV - Privately owned television station that broadcasts in Gehrennan, Dutch, French, and English, all to a national audience.
Nanaba - Privately owned television station that mostly broadcasts in Japanese, to a national audience.
WingsTV - Privately owned televisions station specialised in children's tv, comedy, and online content.
Hollywood Video - Online service providing movies and series.
Senoren Bank - Mostly found around the Bay (Mayara, Intermare, Cote Austral, Gehrenna, Mawryshire)
Grens/Frontierbank - Mostly found in the northern periphery (Intermare, Sudaefjoll, Aerellen, West Strand Riding, Yoshima)
Finisterre Financing - Mostly found in the south (Finisterre, Surbourneshire, Mawryshire, Cote Austral, Yoshima)
Excalibus - long distance bus connections
Chossey-Hakansson - Urban public transport management
International Parcel Express @ WIL, KAT, GRE
*Paladin Cinemas, found in Surbourneshire and Mawryshire
*Pine Grove Restaurants & Bars, found in Finisterre, eastern Cote Austral, Sudaefjoll
*Contactor Café, found in Mayara, West Strand Riding, northern Intermare
Goliaeth Sports Bars, found nationwide but far more prevalent in the northeast
*Pizza Zone, found in Gehrenna and Cote Austral
Loro Language Schools
Jarongi Sports Statistics
Galbécran - Specialised in manufacturing & designing visual components: screens, lamps, cameras, LED technology, (medical) imaging, etc.
Adrahna-Bohakem - Networking, connectivity, and telephony equipment
Quac.kor (powered by twii.tur) message service
Dream Games 200 stores all over the country
Insurance & Financial services
Fordham & Primrose Insurance
Equinox (Internet & Mobile)
Dawson (Internet & Mobile)
Dahrgem-Fandar (Internet & Mobile)
World Cellular - 10-20% market share
Retail & Supermarkets
Tehlegen (Supermarkets), mostly in northern Ko-oren, including Mayara, Intermare, and West Strand Riding.
Viola (Supermarkets), mostly in Cote Austral and Finisterre.
Kyandar (Supermarkets), mostly in Yoshima, and various locations in the rest of the nation.
Go Green (Supermarkets), mostly in Gehrenna, Surbourneshire, and Mawryshire.
Van Messing Metaalwerken (Straudum) partnered with Albion Locomotive Works
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Ko-oren's government is made up of one national government, supported by 12 ministries. These 12 ministries are further supported by 12 secretariats. These 24 entities are considered the 'national government' or 'federal government' or something to that effect. The National Government is further supported by a myriad of local, regional, municipal, subdivisional (provincial), and even national agencies. These are as follows:
For every subdivision, there is one subdivisional government:
Shire of Surbourne / Oren of Gehrenna (Orenim Gehrennini) / 四島県 (Orena Joshimani) / Département Côte Australienne / Provincie Intermare / Orenim Maorenini / Communidade Finisterrense / Sir Mawry / Aorion Aerelleni / Regio Sudaefjoll / Regio Poolrugge (Regio Noordoren) / Riding of West Strand (Yorni West Strand)
Subdivisions are further divided into Ma (cities) and Oren (rural regions: lit. 'Country'). Ma are comprised of single cities, a collection of separate cities/towns/settlements that are built next to one another, or even a group of towns/villages near one another. Ma must have at least one settlement of over 10,000, or must combine to a population of at least 25,000. Oren are generally large regions that do not meet the above requirements. While Ma are generally quite small in area, Oren range from tiny to huge.
Regional agencies are not tied to subdivisions, Ma, or Oren, but rather fulfill a certain need to regions made up of one or multiple subdivisions, Ma, or Oren. These range from environmental protection and education in the Amandine (a region encompassing parts of three different subdivisions), to water management in the bay of Ko-oren (not technically part of any subdivision), to sports in a single city. Agencies are generally tied to one Ministry or Secretariat. Sometimes, the agency is directly dependent on the ministry/secretariat. Other times, the agency is a completely separate entity whose goals are not set by a ministry/secretariat.
Tourism & Culture
Amandine Tourism Board - for the tri-subdivision area southeast, covering eastern Surbourneshire, Gehrenna, and Cote Austral.
The Great Northeast - for Sudaefjoll, Nordoren, and Aerellen.
Explore the Bay! - for western Cote Austral, eastern Mayara, and southern Intermare.
West Strand Riding Tourism Board - for West Strand Riding and northern Intermare.
Mayara-Oren Tourism Board - for western Mayara.
River and City Tourism Board - for western Gehrenna and Surbourneshire.
Education & Science
Salamantic Universities - a body set up by nearly all institutes of higher learning in the country to share information on their programmes, set up joint studies, and to form one central voice towards politicians, the media, etc.
Nihongo no Iinkai
Comissao Lingua Finisterrense
OCKor - Olympic Committee of Ko-oren
KFA - Ko-orenite Football Association - oversees all soccer activities in the nation, from the national team, to professional clubs, down to the lowest amateur level.
KCB - Ko-orenite Cricket Board - oversees all cricket activities in the nation, from the national team, to the six major cricketing regions, down to their lowest levels, and cricket activities outside of the six major regions.
Crycet Sir Mawr - Cricket in Mawryshire, overseeing its representative team in national competitions and its pyramid.
Willowburnian Cricket Board - Cricket in Willowbourne, overseeing its representative team in national competitions and its pyramid.
Greencastrian Cricket Board - Cricket in Greencaster, overseeing its representative team in national competitions and its pyramid.
Ansonville Cricket Club - Cricket in West Surbourneshire, overseeing its representative team in national competitions and its pyramid.
Cirelbourne Cricket Club - Cricket in West Surbourneshire, overseeing its representative team in national competitions and its pyramid.
Leeshire Cricket Association - Cricket in Leeshire, overseeing its representative team in national competitions and its pyramid.
KGFL - Ko-orenite Gridiron Football League
KRL - Ko-orenite Rugby League
KRU - Ko-orenite Rugby Union
KBA - Ko-orenite Baseball Association
Transport, energy, and environment
Railway Authority - agency that oversees rail use
Ko-oren Railways - agency that operates passenger rail as well as most cargo
Willowbourne Metro, Greencaster Metro, 潟市圏内交通鉄道, Capital Railway, Métro Aminey, SSS (Spoortwegen Schemerdrecht-Sterrenwolde) - agencies that operate metro systems for single cities or metropolitan areas
... countless agencies that operate local bus and tram services, or one-line metro systems for smaller cities
RANP - Road Authority Number Plates - concerned with registration of vehicles
RAM - Road Authority Maintenance - concerned with maintenance of all roads
Koranuc - Ko-orenite agency for Nuclear energy
Tradenkor - Traditional energy agency (oil, gas, coal)
Novenkor - Renewable energy agency
Economy & Trade
OKN - Organisation Ko-orenienne de Normalisation - Ko-orenite Bureau of Standards
Rangers (see section on Rangers)
The Rangers are an organisation that has operated throughout Ko-oren's history in various roles, from border guards, to local defence forces, to trusted government officials as witnesses during the signing of important documents.
Apart from their modern day tasks, there are some legacy tasks and organisations that still exist: