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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Pony Principality of Princess Luna (elected 1 year 46 days ago)

Founder: The Pony Principality of Magical Equestria

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We've got ponies, therefore your argument is invalid.

Welcome to NationStates' original My Little Pony-themed region. Anyone wishing to RP a nation based on any part of the MLP franchise is welcome to set up shop here.

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Embassies: Equestria, New Lunar Republic, Orbital Friendship Cannon HQ, Tareldanore, The Commonwealth Of Furry Peoples, Angels of Derp, Trojans, Mystria, Avalanchia, The Empire of Friendship, Vissella, Caballete Equus, Alaran peri quan preciad, Unified Skaian Syndicate of Rulers, The Epic Pony Region, Eladen, and 29 others.Sacrum Romanum Imperium, Farkistan, The Mictlan System, Strategos Prime, Glorious Nations of Iwaku, The Federal Islands 2nd Gen, NationStates Sesquipedalian Countries, League of Christian Nations, Armagedox, Freedom and Justice Alliance, The Darwin Allied Republics, The Discord Dominion, The Derpy Dominion, Yerushalem VI, Louisiana Alliance x Alliance Louisiane, One big Island, Ivory Tower, New Industria, The Military Commonwealth, The Illuminati, Brannack, Pirate warriors, Eientei, the Realm of Discord, My Little Pony Equestria, The Everfree Forest, Kotturheim, The Confederation, and Valhalla.

Tags: Enormous, Featured, Fantasy Tech, Multi-Species, Magical, and Monarchist.

Regional Power: Very High

Pony Lands contains 436 nations, the 20th most in the world.

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The Most Scientifically Advanced in Pony Lands

World Census researchers quantified national scientific advancement by quizzing random citizens about quantum chromodynamics, space-time curvature and stem cell rejuvenation therapies. Responses based on Star Trek were discarded.

As a region, Pony Lands is ranked 6,562nd in the world for Most Scientifically Advanced.

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1.The Armed Asylum of SehvekahFather Knows Best State“Scientia est potentia”
2.The Laser-Wielding Commune of Intergalactic PenguinsCivil Rights Lovefest“Fish, squid and hyperspace transport for all!”
3.The Principality of TrotterdamLeft-Leaning College State“The Indivisible Many”
4.The Nuclear-Armed State of New NukehavistanCorporate Police State“We just might have nuclear weapons.”
5.The Furry Dictatorship of Inari KitsuneFather Knows Best State“World Domination, One City at a Time”
6.The Armed Republic of TehUnitedStatesNew York Times Democracy“Dictatorships and Tyrannical Regimes, Beware...”
7.The Equine Empire of SwedesiaDemocratic Socialists“Unity in Tolerance, Valor in Duty, Honour in Friendship”
8.The Elemental Lands of MotaviansDemocratic Socialists“Through love and tolerance, We shall provail.”
9.The Free Land of Port MyrealWA MemberCivil Rights Lovefest“Loosen up a bit, be positive, have some fun”
10.The Scrapyard of Unfitting DoorsInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Y U NO FIT?!”
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Who likes my new flag?

The Best Girl of Urmanian wrote:I could buy the Equestrian government being corrupt. After all Celestia and Luna apparently run relatively little themselves. There is a lot of stuck-up nobles around. I could totally see the likes of Blueblood being corrupt and nepotistic.


That is sort of what I've been going at with Magical Equestria's government here. While Celestia and the other Princesses are responsible for the overall protection and safety of the realm, the actual day-to-day operations are run by Her Divine Majesty's Government in Canterlot. And from what we've seen of Canterlot in the show, it's not hard to picture them as a bunch of inept comic-opera petty tyrants.

I will plead guilty to the "Trollestia" charge, but I'm going to plead extenuating circumstances. Remember, this is a show for little kids, and so the characters, even the adult ones, are pretty childish so that the audience can relate to them. Celestia, on the other hoof, is the designated "mother figure" in the show. And to small children, parents are totally and maddeningly inexplicable, and often seem to be trolling them.

Personally I imagine the Canterlot "nobility" as having little to no real power beyond a fancy title, and so they consequently act all snobby in order to make themselves seem more important than they are.

Probably they had more power in the past, but it gradually eroded until becoming a mere formality, leaving empty titles as a courtesy to appease them while reassigning the real work to be done by less corrupt ponies.

The Ioltian Empire of Bulkan wrote:Who likes my new flag?

IMO, the horse thing is too hard to spot against that dark background. Otherwise it looks pretty good.

...It's a horse thing? I thought it was a griffon thing.

On closer inspection, that does look like a horse's face. Maybe it's a hippogriff.

The Protectorate of The Vines wrote:IMO, the horse thing is too hard to spot against that dark background. Otherwise it looks pretty good.

Personally, I don't like the design. It seems too long and the colours used aren't adequate.

The Ioltian Empire of Bulkan wrote:Who likes my new flag?

Poor choice of colors; It is a bit difficult to see a dark symbol against a background also dark..

The Principality of Trotterdam wrote:...It's a horse thing? I thought it was a griffon thing.

On closer inspection, that does look like a horse's face. Maybe it's a hippogriff.


Definitely a griffon for me..

issue: 3. "Hold on there, hold on people!" says Clint de Vries of the Tempra Broadcasting company, "We don't have to take either extreme, all we have to do is make a TV game show out of it! We put deadly obstacles on the border and monitor it with television cameras! Those that make it across win freedom and citizenship, and those who don't, well, let's just say that our buzzards won't starve. We could call it 'Who Wants to be an Immigrant?'!"

This man was later imprisoned for putting a Brutix battleship on the border.

The Gallente Federation of Tempra wrote:issue: 3. "Hold on there, hold on people!" says Clint de Vries of the Tempra Broadcasting company, "We don't have to take either extreme, all we have to do is make a TV game show out of it! We put deadly obstacles on the border and monitor it with television cameras! Those that make it across win freedom and citizenship, and those who don't, well, let's just say that our buzzards won't starve. We could call it 'Who Wants to be an Immigrant?'!"

This man was later imprisoned for putting a Brutix battleship on the border.


A battleship? Brutal TV game shows are brutal..

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