جمهورية مصر العربية
Republic of Egypt
Timeline: Hartmann's Youkai World
Flag of United Arab Republic
Flag of Egypt
Egypt location (Hartmann's Youkai World)
Location in Red
Capital: Cairo
Language: Old Egyptian
Religion: Sikhism
Type of government: Parliamentary democracy
President: Mohamed Morsi
Currency: Egyptian Pound

The Republic of Egypt is a nation in the Middle East.


Egypt was ruled by Pharaohs until 710, when Yuyuko Saigyouji became Queen, because she wanted to.

After Yuyuko Saigyouji became Queen, she ordered for more Vegetation and Harvesting disregard the fact that Egypt doesn't really have much gardens in the first place. Due to this, she grew bit more hungry by each year because of the lack of food that was grown, and eating lots of fish didn't help.

Sometime in the 950s Yuyuko Saigyouji decided to invade the Mediterranean for a swim, but she drowned thanks to a Venice boat running into her. With no leader, Egypt was defenceless and thus the Arabian Knights managed to invade the country in 1000 and became part of their Empire. After Egypt fell, Yuyuko Saigyouji (who is now a ghost) decided to go back to Gensokyo.

In 1500, the previous Pharaoh before Yuyuko took over rose back from the dead and became the new leader of Egypt. The Undead Pharaoh then fought for independence by throwing Pyramid missiles at the Arabians. Soon by 1503 Egypt was given independence and in celebration more Pyramids were built.

By 1850, the Undead Pharaoh died for good this time, and Egypt turned into a Republic.

In 1914, Egypt invaded Israel because of their disrespect for Pyramids, and managed to win the war by fully annexing their lands. After the victory, many more Pyramids were built in former Israel.

By 1955, Egypt had more than over 9000 Pyramids established, and by 1975 Egypt had 95,000 Pyramids.

In 1980, Egypt decided to stop building Pyramids because it grew old. By 1990, Egypt decided to build some large Cones instead, but that stopped in 1995 when they realised that they were building Circular Pyramids.

While the building of Pyramids is no longer tolerated, the current standing Pyramids remain a popular tourist attraction.

Egypt is the only neutral country remaining in the world, after Switzerland was invaded and annexed by the faux European Union back in 2002.