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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Royal Federation of United Dependencies (elected )

Founder: The Queen's State of Tarheel

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Most Influential: 573rd Most Nations: 835th Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 852nd+3
Largest Populations: 1,392nd Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,477th Most Armed: 1,879th
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The region for the residents of North Carolina interested in casually playing NationStates.

    The North Carolina Toast:

    Here's to the land of the long leaf pine,
    The summer land where the sun doth shine,
    Where the weak grow strong and the strong grow great,
    Here's to "Down Home," the Old North State!

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Regional Power: Moderate

North Carolina contains 16 nations, the 835th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Politically Free in North Carolina

These nations allow citizens the greatest amount of freedom to select their own government.

As a region, North Carolina is ranked 7,847th in the world for Most Politically Free.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Queen's State of AlgAnarchy“State”
2.The Republic of High MeadowsAnarchy“The Top of the World”
3.The Agribusiness Corporation of Frisbeeteria PrimeAnarchy“We also serve who stand and wait”
4.The OystersRockefellerRepublican of The Oyster Po-BoyNew York Times Democracy“How you like dem erstas?”
5.The Queen's State of Melanie LongLeft-wing Utopia“Pleasant Yellow Sun Rise”
6.The Queen's State of TarheelCapitalist Paradise“First in Flight”
7.The Happy Little Dictatorship of LuxenermyInoffensive Centrist Democracy“We want to remain what we are”
8.The Confederacy of Isles of the NeuseMoralistic Democracy“You ain't from around here”
9.The Unfathomable Power of SteamhammerCapitalist Paradise“The power of Steam”
10.The Megalopolis of ManletCapitalist Paradise“Mankind Redefined”

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Before the revolution is likely ten generations ago. My family moved from Baltimore to Pittsburgh, then to Chicago about eight generations ago, and that was in early 1800. I, personally, was from Seattle but because of the military, moved around a lot, including a few months in NC.

United Dependencies, Mountain Man of Appalachia, and Isles of the Neuse

The United States of Toatilnae wrote:Anyone here from NC? :D

Asheville native here, now living in the Triangle.

United Dependencies

The Queen's State of Melanie Long wrote:Before the revolution is likely ten generations ago. My family moved from Baltimore to Pittsburgh, then to Chicago about eight generations ago, and that was in early 1800. I, personally, was from Seattle but because of the military, moved around a lot, including a few months in NC.

Not necessarily, my family has been in NC since 1756 and because of the ages of the men when they became fathers, I am only 7th generation.

United Dependencies

True. Generations can be almost anything from over 15 years apart, or if the father remarries a younger woman, which happens, as high as 60 years. I cannot see it being higher than that.

How is everyone doing after the storm?

The Royal Federation of United Dependencies wrote:How is everyone doing after the storm?

Moved my hurricane related nation here.. That storm sounds like a whopper.. Watching the devastation from it on tv all the way over here in Arkansas.

We had a new lake in our backyard for several days during and after the hurricane

Did okay in southwest Wake. Lotsa of flooding in the low areas, but my neighborhood was at least higher up than most. I was more worried about pine trees coming down on the house than flooding.

I had business out of town, so I missed the storm. Hope everyone is safe.

It didn't storm up in the mountains, it was just cloudy.

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