WA Delegate (non-executive): The Holy Empire of Augustus Telcontar (elected 154 days ago)
Embassies: Glass Gallows, The New Galactic Empire, British Isles, Kantrias, The Alliance of Queens, SPACE, Normandy, The New Inquisition, Europeia, The Graveyard, The Caucasus, A Blank Canvas, Kingdom of Ireland, Aura Hyperia, Caliba, and Grand Central.
Regional Power: High
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The Lowest Overall Tax Burden in Ainur
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|1.||The Stench in the Holy Nostrils of The Hunnish Nations||Anarchy||“Hunny! I'm ho-ome!”|
|2.||The Free Republic of Ponderosa||Capitalizt||“Live Free”|
|3.||The Marches of Green Forester||Capitalizt||“Look on my works, Ye Mighty, and despair!”|
|4.||The Kingdom of Cutters Hollow||Left-Leaning College State||“Liberty above all else”|
|5.||The Alte Kunst of Krieg||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Krieg”|
|6.||The Principality of Kirsanov||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Anarchy governs while romanticism presides.”|
|7.||The Holy Empire of Augustus Telcontar||Capitalist Paradise||“Don't Tread on Me”|
|8.||The People's Republic of Lucian land||Corporate Bordello||“Lets all get drunk and play ping-pong”|
|9.||The Republic of STenCent||Capitalist Paradise||“better dead then red”|
|10.||The Community of Khartoum||Iron Fist Consumerists||“Capital of Sudan”|
- 5 hours ago: The Protectorate of Hranland arrived from The Pacific.
- 12 hours ago: The Federation of Volantus arrived from The West Pacific.
- 12 hours ago: The Empire of Everything Ever arrived from The North Pacific.
- 12 hours ago: The Soaring Heights of Alpina departed this region for New Ainur.
- 14 hours ago: The Dictatorship of Susistan departed this region for The Luxan Empire.
- 15 hours ago: The Dominion of Ruckaali departed this region for The Black Riders.
- 15 hours ago: The Dictatorship of Susistan arrived from The Black Riders.
- 16 hours ago: The Republic of North Klopstock arrived from The West Pacific.
- 18 hours ago: The Republic of Gerfagiklestan departed this region for Imperial Conglomerate.
- 18 hours ago: The Republic of Gerfagiklestan arrived from 10000 Islands.
Ainur Regional Message Board
*checks her weapons and ammunition for the impending crisis*
Bermudan: Paranoid or not, it was the only strategic input besides kill them all or cure them that's been offered. Constructive criticism would go a lot farther toward developing a plan than labeling my input. So, yeah, we have a week. Does that mean we are going to wait until the apocalypse is upon us before we discuss it?
If you research the cure a lot and then move to a new region, do the bonuses like reduced infection rate carry over?
mild annoyance at no 'edit' function
I've previously offered the solution of simply locking down our regional borders. So there was that to fall back on.
I've never done this either, but I'm of the belief that if everyone just avoids the vicious 'let's spread the zombie love!' sort of actions, we should get out of it mostly okay.
On the other hand, there's always the possibility that someone who went through the Zombocalypse last year is around, and knows the course of action we should generally be taking.
Moreover, I'm not saying your idea is bad; merely that it seems more like the sort of plan you go to when the nukes are about to start flying. So let's keep it on hand and discuss other protocols first.
We want to maximize survival the survival rate. If we assume that each NS will get a touch of the plague and how it deals with it (I don't know if you can change your course of action midstream, but assume you can) determines their infection rate and consequently, the infection rate of others in the region. If there is an element of systematic randomness that you cannot control for, so be it. But if not, then the exterminate or research option is better. Which one cannot be known in advance but, we could segregate the community into to sequestered camps so that the inferior strategy doesn't bring down the nations that chose the other.
I think the extermination and research options are predicated on the nation's overall degree of militarization or scientific advancement, specifically. If everyone picks the option that best suits their nation, as opposed to having a regionwide strategy, then we should be in much better shape, simply because we wouldn't expect a pacifist nation to be very good at extermination, for example.
should i kill all zombies or research a cure? if i research does this mean i kill no zombies?
Basically, yeah. However, it slows down your infection rates, as well as your region's overall infection rate