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Institución de Normalidad Centroamericana

Institution of Central American Normalcy



ILNCA: The moniker for the faction of INCA that broke off during the Banana Wars in 1899. Stands for Institución Liberada de la Normalidad Centroamericana. For the short time they existed, they undertook extensive campaigns against Americans in Central America, using guerilla tactics and their knowledge of the area to deal with them. However, in 1900 and 1901, INCA reports haven taken strong actions against ILNCA, dismantling the group and extinguishing their movement. Despite this, there have been recent events of INCA members and property getting attacked by individuals claiming allegiance to ILNCA. To add to this, the facilities and peculiarities ILNCA took were never recovered.

INCA: The official acronym for the Institution. The original INCA can be seen as existing from 1823 until 1899, with the splitting off of ILNCA. A form of it still exists today but is no longer the complete organization.

Council of Capataces: The Council of Capataces are the second-in-command within INCA and only listen to the Institutional Director. While on paper they only serve as an advisory body to the Director, they also have administrative purposes, helping the Director lead INCA and its many members. Each Capataz comes from one of the seven countries of Central America (Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama) and Chile, to ensure that no country is overrepresented. In the past, Capataces were always high-ranking members of that nation's government, but that practice has fizzled, with the last Capataz filling this role being Costa Rican President Saturnino Lizano Gutiérrez in 1882.

Institutional Director: The name for the leader of INCA. The Director is supported by a council of 8 Capataces, who also vote on a Director to appoint. Directors serve for life and usually take on the mantle around the age of 30. In the history of INCA, there have been a total of 15 Directors, with only two being assassinated.


Peculiarity: The term INCA uses to describe anomalies, aberrations, the paranormal, the occult, or otherwise unusual.

Principal: Principal is the name for INCA's centre of operations, located on the largest island of the Galápagos. Principal is only accessible by boat, as to remove suspicion. Some of the most important peculiarities to INCA are contained within Principal, along with digital, physical, and vinyl copies of their databases.

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