Archas (Arkas) is a nation-state in the Aegean Islands. It was founded around 369 BC after having won its independence from Achinia. It was ruled by a council of militarymen, although one commander, presently Marcus Philippos, is the head of the council. Archas is noted for having the largest navy in the region. Their currency, the Archaic Stater, is a very commonly-used currency in the region. Archas is noted for its large and successful olive platations, used to make olive oil.
Archas' patron god is Mars, the god of war.