The BSFL arose after the Russish Overthrowing, an outcome from the unfolkly wartime decay and economic hardship coming from World War One. The ruling family was shifted from their grip on Russland and later killed. Because there were misagreements over mootish ideas, a war between two guilds — the Reds and the Whites — was undertaken. The Reds won, allowing them to build sharedom in the new rike.
Their first leader was Vladimir Lenin, who was followed by the harsher Josef Stalin, who led the BSFL through World War Two and the beginning of the Cold War.
In the 1980s, an uprising began as an outcome of the edstightings put forth by Mikhail S. Gorbachev. The BSFL fell asunder in 1991, and from it arose 15 selfstanding rikes. From there, a makeover in the mootish ideas led to a new framework of folkship.