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Great Asian Alliance

The Great Asian Union (大亜細亜連合 Dai Ajia Rengou (abbr. 大亜連合 Dai A Rengou), lit. The Great Union of Asia) is a sovereign nation in the Mahouka Koukou No Rettousei universe.


The Great Asian Union is made up of territories consisting of modern day China, Dahan, the Korean peninsula, the north of Burma, Vietnam, and Laos. [1] Taiwan managed to stay an independent nation. [citation needed]


Okinawa Defense Naval Battle (2092)

Due in part to the loss of strength by the New Soviet Union in the Far East after The Arctic Hidden War, their military presence declined significantly over several years. Thus momentarily the threat of the New Soviet Union in the north began fading away, which opened up the opportunity for the Great Asian Union to gain motivation to invade Okinawa, culminating in the Okinawa Defense Navel Battle. [2]

Yokohama Incident (2095)

The Yokohama Incident is a battle that took place in Yokohama, between Japan and the Great Asian Union on October 30th from 3:30 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. The Great Asian Union launched a surprise attack on the Yokohama Bay area, however Japan was able repel their attack.

Scorched Halloween

Scorched Halloween refers to the explosion that took place at Zhènhai Naval Port and the offshore Geojedo Base, destroying it in seconds and wiping out an entire fleet stationed there on October 31st.

Southern Sea Conflict (2097)

Renegade forces from the Great Asian Union, backed by Australia and William McCloud attempted to sabotage a new seabed extraction facility on the Japanese artificial island.[3]

Gulf of Guinea Conflict (2097)

During the last World War, Africa struggled to find resources. And the few underground resources that were found have been the cause of many small-scale conflicts. The conflicts have continued for more than 30 years, and in this particular region, two forces competed with each other over these resources. With one side being backed by France and the other side being backed by the Great Asian Union. The forces backed by France had begun to tip the scales in their favor, and they speculated that the Strategic-Class Magic Thunderclap Tower was aimed at restraining France’s support.[4]

War with New Soviet Union (2097)

On June 28st, the Great Asian Union invaded along the Lake Khanka border where they started advancing south towards Ussuriysk. The New Soviet Union mobilized the military in the Far East that's stationed in Vladivostok. They collided 30 kilometers from Ussuriysk and the battle still continues. The aim of the Great Asian Union is to capture the southern most part of the Primorsky Krai Region. The region, especially Vladivostok is geopolitical meaningful to them. Thus allowing them to remove the threat of a knife at their throat paving the safe removal of the threat to the Goryeo Autonomous Region.[5]


  • The Great Asian Union is the country with the most Magicians. [citation needed] Though their Magic Technology lacks due to the loss of the Kunlunfang Institute, which was once their nexus of magical knowledge. [6]
  • They emphasize the restoration of old magics over the advancement of modern magic. [7]
  • After the Yokohama Incident and the Scorched Halloween Incident, it was stated that the Great Asian Union had lost a third of their total fleet. [9]
  • The Great Asian Union doesn't recognize that Liú Yúndé was killed in war. [10]
  • The Great Asian Union reached a cease-fire accord with Japan in December of AD 2095, but then concluded tensions with a peace treaty that both sides signed in March of AD 2096. The South-East Asian League acted as mediator between the two sides during the negotiations. The remunerations Japan got in turn from the conflict were modest due to the devastation suffered by the Great Asian Union at the hands of Japan. [11]


  1. Volume 8, Background
  2. Beautiful Girl Magic Guardian Plasma Lina
  3. Volume 20, Chapter 1
  4. Volume 23, Chapter 1
  5. Volume 26, Chapter 6
  6. Volume 8, Untouchable - The Nightmare of 2062
  7. Volume 6, Chapter 4
  8. Volume 13, Chapter 2
  9. Volume 13, Chapter 3
  10. Volume 20, Chapter 1
  11. Volume 20, Chapter 2