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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Republic of The Akasha Colony (elected )

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Comrades, we have done it! We have vanquished the zombie hordes not once, but twice!

Congratulations are in order, my brothers, for we have vanquished the undead menace in only 6 hours and 44 minutes! Huzzah!

Embassies: Intergalactic Federacy, Aels, and Necron Empire.

Tags: FT: FTL, FT: FTLi, Role Player, Medium, and Post-Modern Tech.

Regional Power: Moderate

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1.The Colony of IshCongCompulsory Consumerist State“But it was *a* beginning...”
2.The Imperial Dominion of AmigosaCorporate Police State“Bow down”
3.The Space Commune of The Second Brotherhood of PlanetsCivil Rights Lovefest“Imagine all the people... Living life in peace.”
4.The Nomadic Peoples of Agua del FeugoFather Knows Best State“Non nobis solum”
5.The Psychic Type's territory of SquareDisc CityInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Prediction is better than cure.”
6.The Most Serene and Holy Empire of EstruiaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Primum non nocere”
7.The Housemates of Great Houses of XieWA MemberCivil Rights Lovefest“The art of war is of vital importance to the state”
8.The Empire of Neroth Sig CentrianIron Fist Consumerists“Strength Through Unity”
9.The Colonial Republic of Greater CapricaLeft-Leaning College State“Tradition, Liberty, Honour”
10.The Colony of Redemption-AmericaCorrupt Dictatorship“E Pluribus Unum”
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The Republic of Czechanada wrote:Guess who just found out that they were accepted to a PhD program this morning.
You guys were there when this all started: when I first began playing Nations at the beginning of my undergrad, so I guess you guys deserve some of the credit!

Congratulations soon to be Doctor Jones. Now you can get a Barbie Girl. No more hanging out with Cartoon Heroes.

The Saulteaux Republics continue to face economic hardship, as the Saulteaux economy shed over two-thirds of its worth overnight. The few Saulteaux who managed to become wealthy during the Republics' short-lived time of growth were hit hardest. They have lost everything, and have been punished by the Ministry of Finance for what has been called, "dangerous manipulation of the Saulteaux economy." Several were exiled to nearby countries, while those who remained have been jailed indefinitely pending a Ministry investigation.

Despite the setbacks, the Saulteaux Republics remain strong, their people are fed and its leaders ever-fearless in their valiant fight against Capitalism and Consumerism.

The Confederacy of The Saulteaux Republics wrote:The Saulteaux Republics continue to face economic hardship, as the Saulteaux economy shed over two-thirds of its worth overnight. The few Saulteaux who managed to become wealthy during the Republics' short-lived time of growth were hit hardest. They have lost everything, and have been punished by the Ministry of Finance for what has been called, "dangerous manipulation of the Saulteaux economy." Several were exiled to nearby countries, while those who remained have been jailed indefinitely pending a Ministry investigation.
Despite the setbacks, the Saulteaux Republics remain strong, their people are fed and its leaders ever-fearless in their valiant fight against Capitalism and Consumerism.


Perhaps the Confederacy should utilize whatever currency/resources are left to invest into public transit, agriculture, or manufacturing? If most of the population is low-income, public transit is crucial infrastructure as it allows them to travel across the nation or at least across a region, depending on how well-developed and convenient the transit system is. The Brotherhood would be honored to assist in this noble endeavor.

The Saulteaux Republics may also want to consider emphasizing in agriculture to help preserve its own self-reliance or provide resources that can be the foundation for its place in the international market. Industry may also be a good choice, if only to develop technology or allow your population to uphold some luxuries.

EARTH ORBIT, SEVERAL HUNDRED KILOMETRES ABOVE CZECHANADA

The son of Eman Nasralvhrnec, Vasil Nasralvrnec, stands aboard the bridge of the battlecruiser Palacinka

"At last, we're ready to send off to Jakku! All ships are on standby and ready to jump to our first node of the journey. Send a message to Parliament and the other nations that we are proceeding as planned."

"Aye, aye, admiral!"

Vasil turns back towards the viewing screen as one crewman counts down: "3... 2... 1..."

A series of blue fields appears in front of the ragtag fleet of a battlecruiser, an infantry carrier, a colonist carrier, a couple of frigates, and some private civilian ships (a few of which have been clumsily outfitted with pirate flags, sails, and makeshift weaponry.) The blue fields slowly envelope the wayward vessels as they begin to disappear into the vacuum of space...

PRAHOTTAWA

The Prime Minister watches the proceedings with a nervous grin on his face. "Well, there goes our entire fleet!"

The Second Brotherhood of Planets

Post self-deleted by New Frankia.

Bork bork.

The Dominion of Capius wrote:Bork bork.


Get outta here, Sweden has no culture.

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The United Communist Regions of The Azerothian Union wrote:Get outta here, Sweden has no culture.

Who said I was Swedish?

Sweden loves trout.

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Remove from premesis.

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