Division H – Ilea Famiglia

Romania, home of famous Dracula, Castle in the Carpathians and the Ilea’s Famiglia. The name of the country comes from the Latin word “Romanus” which means “citizen of the Roman Empire.” This brings a lot of power and responsibility to the people and they accept it. The national currency is Leu, which means lion (English). What a self-confidence.

Since the Ilea’s land is such a magic place, there is a special tax for witchcraft, sorcery, fortune tellers and all the occult practitioners. Part of the money goes to famiglia, however, if the mages join Ilea’s, they do not need to pay at all. They even get a reward if they succeed with their KPI. Famiglia has a lot of resources since Romania is Europe’s richest country in gold resources. To protect it all the Ilea hired thousands of bears, and they are everywhere and no one wants to mess up with them. For that great plan Ilea got the nickname Cezar.

The capital is Bucharest and from 1900 – 1930 it was considered to be one of the most beautiful and modern European cities. It was very similar to Paris in terms of architecture and lifestyle. And now? Just go and see what the absence of Ilea has done. The only primacy is Palace of the Parliament as the heaviest building on the planet – 1,100 rooms. Maybe you think it’s cool, well would you like to pay six million dollars every year for heating? The other thing is criminality. Cats vs. dogs war end up with dogs domination, so now dogs keep fighting people. The result is 64,000 stray dogs roam the streets and 10 thousand bites every year. Now you probably understand why Capo lives in Timisoara, the city which comes up with an idea of horse-drawn trams and as a second city in the world after NY implemented electrical street lighting.
Ilea’s is also slowly increasing their influence in Bulgaria which plays an important role. It’s the third country in the world with people living past the age of 100. The secret is Bulgarian yoghurt – it contains bacteria called Bulgaricus which only exists and survives in Bulgaria. If someone wants to get the bacteria and live longer, he or she needs to pay a lot to Ilea’s or join the crew. And since Bulgarians has a lot of time, it’s not a surprise, that the first subway station in Sofia took 30 years to build.
Warning: Do you have Facebook? All the data on Facebook goes to the Cezar Famiglia since Mark Zuckerberg has a Bulgarian origin.

Cities under control: Bucharest, Sofia, Timisoara, Oradea, Arad, Cluj-Napoca, Brasov, Satur Mare, Sibiu, Iasi, Chișinău, Suceava, Botosani, Rădăuți, Constanta, Chișinău, Brăila, Plovdiv (Bulgaria)