Forest RMB

WA Delegate: The United Mangrove Archipelago of Ransium (elected )

Founder: The Rainforest Communities of Errinundera

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Forest welcomes all nations, especially those concerned with the environment.

“The clearest way into the universe is through a forest wilderness.”
~John Muir

Regional Cabinet:
Minister of Foreign Affairs - Open
Minister of Cartography - The Most Serene Republic of Bruination
Regional Historian - The Eco-Republic of Mozworld
Regional Newspaper Editor - The Most Serene Republic of Frieden-und Freudenland

LinkForum *Most regional activity occurs on the regional message board, which is on the bottom of this screen.
A new map is currently pending!
For our regional newspaper install NS++ or go here LinkNewspaper

Embassies: Philosophy 115, California, Hippy Haven, Yggdrasil, Eladen, Ecotopia, The Hill, Groland, Futaba Aoi, International Democratic Union, Antarctica, Winterfell, Sunalaya, Antarctic Oasis, and Texas.

Tags: Casual, Large, Map, Eco-friendly, Featured, Pacifist, Multi-Species, and World Assembly.

Regional Power: High

Forest contains 95 nations, the 119th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Primitive in Forest

Nations were ranked by World Census officials based on the number of natural phenomena attributed solely to the unknowable will of the gods.

As a region, Forest is ranked 14,993rd in the world for Most Primitive.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Ancestral Throwback of AtavisticaCorporate Police State“Reverting to Type”
2.The Colony of AgrosTyranny by Majority“Agrian by choice”
3.The Lost Utopia of Santa JoannaWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“Trust can be so easily broken”
4.The Dictatorship of The MutantsCorporate Police State“Bow to the supreme leader”
5.The Empire of MurfloniaLiberal Democratic Socialists“If it's not dead, don't steal it's watch”
6.The Theocracy of The Mirshism CultLiberal Democratic Socialists“Nature Always First”
7.The Royal Isles of ShalotteLiberal Democratic Socialists“For community”
8.The Forest Paradise of DiplocaulusDemocratic Socialists“Little-known prehistoric amphibians shall rise!”
9.The Loving Taskmasters of Tempo AmoreCorporate Bordello“Patience.”
10.The Community of VenhovaLeft-wing Utopia“Yan, Yan, Yom.”
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Regional Happenings


Forest Regional Message Board

Thanks, Errinundera, for the telegram and the feedback. I am open to the idea of replacing CTE'd nations with unoccupied land. Water is a form of wilderness, after all, so I think it could go either way -- land OR water. I would, however, like to hear a few more opinions on this. Do you recall how others felt when you brought this up to SJ in the past?

As an alternative, I may simply have to 'compress' the timeline of the oldest parts of Forest every once in a while, as it is the area that becomes most sparse and snake-like in the long run. And it will never improve unless I do compress it. This would allow for the return of Errinundera to a more remotely landlocked piece of land as it originally was. The east tends to be a cluster of several-times-landlocked countries, unless I were to intentionally make it snake-like with lots of coast. And I would like to see a more balanced look between the oldest and newest nations. I can really compress and slide apart any particular part of the region to create that balance.

Because of how much has changed in the past year, I can only use the latest of SJ's maps as a base very loosely. It will really be more of a guide in shaping individual nations, as I feel the overall shape of the land is pretty much secondary to that. I will probably opt to create a more solid landmass to begin with, to be more in line with SJ's first map from 2012.

Errinundera and Frieden-und Freudenland

I think compression and some flexibility in the rules is likely to be a good think. Both make your life easier and make the map more accurate. And lack of compression makes the map very sensitive to the exact time period the first map was created which is an arbitrary point anyway.

Frieden-und Freudenland and Bruination

I remember the water issue made it likely the regions map would begin to appear disjointed, especially when larger nations CTEd. The wilderness idea has merit, Imo.

Lompe Steen HAHA, Frieden-und Freudenland, and Bruination

Hey, and we are 3rd from last in the census for largest automobile industry!

Yay for public transport!

Ouch. I'm killing your guys rankings. I'm done dropping off all the eco-wares from this round. Be good and keep it green.

I was paid to say that last part. ;)

Esterild, Frieden-und Freudenland, and Bruination

Calling all NS++ users...

Has anyone else had trouble with the NS++ browser add-on breaking significant parts of the site, or having features that don't work at all? For instance, when I have it enabled, I'm unable to post on Forest's RMB from the main page. I click "Lodge Message" and nothing happens. And many of its settings don't work.

There's an ongoing discussion here on the forum about the problems with NS++ (the last 10 pages or so really highlight them), and it sounds like it's simply outdated/not maintaned and becoming more and more obsolete.

I'm still enabling it once in a while to check on my puppets, since it's a convenient way to do that. But I notice NS++ is mentioned in Forest's WFE now, so I brought this to Ransium's attention. Since he doesn't use NS++, he suggested I post here about it.

I'm trying to gauge how widespread the problems are, in case it's a bad idea to encourage new members to use it and potentially cause them to be unable to post to the RMB.

2 issues - I can only post from forum view (a pain) and it doesn't like some browsers.

Frieden-und Freudenland

The Most Serene Republic of Frieden-und Freudenland wrote:Welcome, The Republic of The Yogic Nation of Muchkarmanow!!!

Thank you for your kind welcome, the people of Muchkarmanow are celebrating in the streets now that we have finally found a region of like-minded people. We hope to help as much as we can to make Forest an example to all other regions of how to build a future that puts people, the environment and freedom at the forefront of their concerns. We will continue to grow as a nation and participate in any way we can, thanks again.

Esterild, Frieden-und Freudenland, and Bruination

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