Nomads in Southeast Asia
By 40 AD, the Domes arrived around modern-day Laos or Thailand. For 30 years, they fought tough local barbarians and scurried for food.
In 70 AD, the Domes exterminated a local country in south-central Thailand. The Domes then settled a new city, Zere, and crowned a new casarche.
The Domes constantly gained and lost territory to India, Annam, and China throughout the next several hundred years.
Exhile in Nepal
After the fall of Zere, the Domes lived in Nepal in horrible camps where disease and starvation took thousands upon thousands of lives.
In 701, the Domes moved into Baluchistan. There they established the Casare of Balluc. However, it fell in 759, after Muslim armies overran the country's defenses. Following that, the Domes fled to Nepal once again.
During the Sican Reconquest, the Domes conquered much of India, Persia, Arabia, and East Africa. However, by the 1200s, the kingdoms they established were too overwhelmingly large.