South America RMB

WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The Region of South-America

World Factbook Entry

Welcome to South America!

Check out the Linkregional forum, it's where most of the action happens.

Tags: Medium.

Regional Power: Moderate

South America contains 38 nations, the 306th most in the world.

ActivityHistoryAdministration

Today's World Census Report

The Most Extreme in South America

The World Census developed the following ranking based on a rather vague survey of nations to uncover 'odd or fundamentalist social, economic, or political systems'.

As a region, South America is ranked 8,033rd in the world for Most Extreme.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Federal Republic of NeraguaAnarchy“Libertad y Unión”
2.The Dominion of ParaguayPsychotic Dictatorship“Cuidado!”
3.The Republic of Costa FierroPsychotic Dictatorship“Libere Para la Gracia de Dios”
4.The Republic of InsigriaLeft-wing Utopia“Inculta e Bela”
5.The Corporative State of QuintanillaIron Fist Consumerists“Todo para la patria”
6.The Republic of New CataloniaScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Llibertat, Igualtat, Humanitat”
7.The United States of InteriorrCorporate Police State“Terra de Caipiras”
8.The Dominion of EssekwiboCorporate Bordello“Freedom in diversity”
9.The Empire of Rio CanaIron Fist Consumerists“We Liberate”
10.The Consular Republic of AdamantinaCivil Rights Lovefest“Dignidad, fidelidad y libertad”
Page:  «  1  2  3  4  »

Last poll: “Your country's "national sport"?”

Regional Happenings

More...

South America Regional Message Board

Rugby is big in Argentina?

In Argentina Rugby, Hockey, Football are really big, and Basketball is also quite big.

For example, Luciana Aymar (hockey player) is a star as big as Messi in Argentina. Los Pumas (Rugby) are very popular and the whole nation supports them actively. Football is massive: when Argentina plays a match there is literally nobody on the streets, life stops for 90 minutes. And Basketball is also really popular but still less popular than the other three.

The Republic of New Catalonia wrote:And today is Dia de la Independència in New Catalonia! Viva la república!

Felicitaciones! :D

No surprise which is the national sport of Áurea! =P

Post self-deleted by Insigria.

Interesting, I guess Rugby surprised me because it seems like such an Anglophone sport. Then again I guess it's big in Italy and France too. Basketball is understandable.

Th

The Republic of Insigria wrote:Interesting, I guess Rugby surprised me because it seems like such an Anglophone sport. Then again I guess it's big in Italy and France too. Basketball is understandable.

Was brought over by Anglo railway workers if I remember correctly? Also set up most of the football teams in Argentina! :P

But just saying the Argentine rugby team is pretty poor.

The Banana Republic of Val-Verde wrote:But just saying the Argentine rugby team is pretty poor.

Argentina's strength doesn't lie in Rugby. Or invading islands that aren't theirs. But football... That's another matter!

The next poll should include a "second sport" option because a lot of nations IRL have two highly watched sports (like football and cricket in Jamaica). It's rare one sport only dominates a nation.

Not here.... If you don't follow football you're not Brazilian!!

Forum View

by Max Barry

Latest Forum Topics