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WA Delegate: The Mad King of Hell of The Stalker (elected 85 days ago)

Founder: Satan

World Factbook Entry

Welcome to Hell, We are the Demons that haunt your dreams and feed on your soul.
When the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil and Satan,
He who deceiveth the whole world, he was cast out into the earth,
And his angels were cast out with him...

The Fallen
LinkLucifer: The Stalker
LinkBelial: Big Jim P
LinkLeviathan: Freddland
LinkBeelzebub: Cynical Alcoholics
LinkRatsmodee: Sabana Santa
LinkMalingee: Boolaroo

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The History of Hell

Hell Radio: LinkHe's Evil

All nations are encouraged to join the WA and endorse the LinkKing of Hell The Stalker.


Nations seeking to join Hell must first Linktravel to the Underworld, and undergo The Trials to earn their passage.


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    The Kingdom of Hell

    FactbookOverview by The Stalker 49 days ago. 169 reads.

Embassies: Underworld, The Red Empire of the Toad, Hells Gate, and Atheist Empire.

Tags: Large, Surreal, Featured, Password, Snarky, and Founderless.

Regional Power: High

Hell contains 57 nations, the 222nd most in the world.

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The Least Corrupt Governments in Hell

World Census officials visited a range of government departments and recorded how frequently bribes were required to complete simple administrative requests.

As a region, Hell is ranked 14,680th in the world for Least Corrupt Governments.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Republic of The Hulk Peter SaganLiberal Democratic Socialists“Tis Koers”
2.The Ghost nation of OngorInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Onwards, ever onwards!”
3.The Sultanate of ZoosCapitalizt“Animalz rule.”
4.The Fires of GandafDemocratic Socialists“De gustibus et coloribus non disputandum est”
5.The Archangel Guardian of GabrielLiberal Democratic Socialists“Fear not, for thy prayer is heard”
6.The Federation of Satan ClausInoffensive Centrist Democracy“I get letters from dyslectics”
7.The Holy Empire of IriakyLiberal Democratic Socialists“Raise above yourself!”
8.The Biologist's Socialist States of Invading RevolutionariesDemocratic Socialists“Communism, Education, Democracy, Environmentalism”
9.The Jingoistic States of KlasovNew York Times Democracy“For power and energy”
10.The Oppressed Peoples of GiruCapitalist Paradise“Hell's frozen over”
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lol, I probably spent nearly 7 to 8 hours in the Natural Gallery alone. But i'm a painter, and took a sh*t ton of art history classes throughout college. Seeing paintings in person I had learned about was really cool.

Sorry for the absence. BB and I started a new job and its been keeping us super busy.

Oh my. I love London. When I went as did all kinds of things. Shopping in Picadilly, Tower of London, Windsor Castle. I also went to Oxford and saw the college, Stratford and saw Shakspears grave and home among other things. York was beautiful too, and I went to Edinbourgh where I saw the castle, visited The Elephant House where J.K. wrote the Harry Potter books (because I'm a nerd fangirl about all that. It has leaked in to my adulthood :/). Saw a lot, bought so much I went in to debt when I got back in to the states, met some cool people. Couldn't even tell you about everything. It was fun and a great experience.

Please tell me you went and saw the British Museum? I didn't have enough tie to walk through the whole place sadly, but I have a sh*t ton of pictures from it. It was absolutely beautiful. If you did, do they still have the odd sculpture hanging from the ceiling where it's got skeletons riding various mythical creatures around the earth? They're all dressed oddly, like one has a wizard hat. If you've never been or didn't notice it you'll have no idea what I'm talking about. I have a picture still haha.

That's pretty cool. I only got to go for a long weekend, so I defiantly would have loved the chance to stay longer and see more. Half the trips was Kinks related activities, and the other half focused on paintings museums, I spent a lot of time in the national gallery, the Wallace collection, and the Somerset House.

We did manage to squeeze in an hour of the British Museum, I didn't see the skeletons though, but I probably saw less of the museum than you did. We spent most of the time there looking at the Egyptian section and various Greek / Roman sculptures. I saw the Rosetta stone which was pretty cool, another thing I studied in my art history classes.

The Mad King of Hell of The Stalker wrote:
We did manage to squeeze in an hour of the British Museum, I didn't see the skeletons though, but I probably saw less of the museum than you did. We spent most of the time there looking at the Egyptian section and various Greek / Roman sculptures. I saw the Rosetta stone which was pretty cool, another thing I studied in my art history classes.


When I was there in 1984, not only did I see it, but I broke the rules, leaving over and touching the Rosetta Stone! };-)>>

Why is it so DAMN FROSTY in this region today? *opens newspaper, which doesn't even catch on fire* OH MY SATAN, South Carolina just celebrated its first legal gay wedding today!

I'm from Arkansas, spent my childhood in Northcarolina till I was 13. Sorry guys, Queens and my new job has us doing longer hours, and I was a bit callous after Halloween.

And now it's all chill, I just have a bad knee injury, possible infection, torn ligament, possible fracture. No idea how it happened, just awoke one day in pain.

But that's how you get chest hair in hell, pain and sulphur!!! Promise I'm back to daily activity again.

If your ever in Jersey for some unforgivable reason, drop by the Princeton museum of fine art on campus, it's amazing, especially if your into Greek/Roman art or dark sculptures. It's quite lovely and amazing, I couldn't take enough pictures on the sh!tty cingular razor I had back when that was a legit thing.

Also Princeton Universities dorms and gargoyles art as a campus is as gothic art as you can get. I just couldn't do the summer weather when I was staying in those dorms. In every room everyone from the beginning has signed in a carving into that beautiful wood/ fireplace in those ancient dorms. 100s of generations of Princeton alumni, most beautiful Ivy League camp, way better than Harvard aside from the cathedral and Bostons city overall history/architecture/ everything original since the colonies.

No worries about the activity slump, we all have them. Sucks to hear about your knee man, I fell last year in February on the ice and blooded up my knee, got a scare and still hurts time to time. I also got a bad leg, so I got a few issues there. >_<

Princeton sounds nice, i've never been. I'll have to check out there collection if I ever get the chance.

The Holy Empire of Buer the Demon wrote:When I was there in 1984, not only did I see it, but I broke the rules, leaving over and touching the Rosetta Stone! };-)>>

Why is it so DAMN FROSTY in this region today? *opens newspaper, which doesn't even catch on fire* OH MY SATAN, South Carolina just celebrated its first legal gay wedding today!


I thought saw Buer was here carved into the Rosetta Stone! ;) That's cool about South Carolina, about time.

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