Space Sector RPRA RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Defensive Pacifist Nation of Sneaky Bastards (elected )

Founder: The Immortal Shogunate and Affiliated Territories of Reploid Productions

BoardActivity History Admin Rank

Most Influential: 477th Largest Information Technology Sector: 512th Highest Economic Output: 572nd+12
Most Nations: 667th Most Cheerful Citizens: 740th Largest Populations: 800th Largest Publishing Industry: 876th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 880th Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 942nd Most Scientifically Advanced: 1,172nd Most Rebellious Youth: 1,298th Smartest Citizens: 1,359th Healthiest Citizens: 1,807th Best Weather: 1,855th Highest Poor Incomes: 1,905th
World Factbook Entry

The Sector sits in the middle of a unique time-space flux, creating an unusual cross-dimensional crossroads. People, technology, and cultures from dozens of independent realities have come together here, primarily under the flag of the Reploid Productions Revolutionary Army. Mostly, they just hang around.

Interested in embassies?: Contact The Immortal Shogunate and Affiliated Territories of Reploid Productions explaining why you would like to establish one, and it will be considered. Embassy requests without any prior communication will be rejected.

The Pinktastic Coffee Loving Grand Dutchy Queendom of the Most Magnificent Moddess of Crazy girl jacked the delegacy on April 7, 2011.


Embassies: Space Fortress RPRA, The Moon, The Cuckoos Egg, Testregionia, Anime, Peoples Federation of Qandaristan, Titan, The Local Cluster, Alliance of Puppet Nations, Federation of Planets Headquarters, Global Federation, the Rejected Realms, Superiorem Merionem Region, City Ankh Morpork, and The Great NS Expedition Headquarters.

Tags: Medium, Snarky, Video Game, Anime, Isolationist, Silly, Casual, and Social.

Regional Power: Moderate

Space Sector RPRA contains 19 nations, the 667th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Mining Sector in Space Sector RPRA

World Census experts measured the volume of stuff removed from the ground to determine which nations have the largest mining industries.

As a region, Space Sector RPRA is ranked 2,259th in the world for Largest Mining Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Metropolitan Desert of KhrrckCivil Rights Lovefest“We Remember.”
2.The People's Federation of GMC Military ArmsLibertarian Police State“An object at rest cannot be stopped!”
3.The Noble Experimental Community of NadjilysiaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Breaking the windows of small businesses!”
4.The Fluffy QB-fied World of SolontCorrupt Dictatorship“We must carry on. Together.”
5.The Allied Forces of Pseudo-MusopiaCorrupt Dictatorship“Enhance your station by taking from others.”
6.The Not At All A Reploid Productions Puppet Nation of RPRA TechcorpNew York Times Democracy“Moving the nation forward, one project at a time!”
7.The Tiny Pocket Snuggler of Mini VandoosaIron Fist Consumerists“Surely some revelation is at hand”
8.The Dandiest Guy in Space of Space DandyAnarchy“a dandy guy in space”
9.The Cybernetic Perfection of Heidi KlumbotAnarchy“All Glory To Klumbot!”
10.The Holy Red Southern Empire of Hong-NanLeft-wing Utopia“The legend begins once the first page is turned.”
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Space Sector RPRA Regional Message Board

There's a difference between mere "wind" and a Santa Ana wind condition. ;) Wind is okay. Santa Anas... let's just say that there are many very good reasons that said condition is also nicknamed things like the "devil wind." :P Depending on the local topography, you can easily get hurricane force conditions with a really bad Santa Ana. (For instance, the last time I had to evacuate due to a brushfire, we had sustained winds between 50-60mph with frequent gusts in excess of 90mph that night!) Coming home tonight I was dodging fallen tree debris and other wind-driven hazards all over the road. x_x

I love the cold and wet, I am currently hiding in fear of the Aussie summer that is coming soon!

The Immortal Shogunate and Affiliated Territories of Reploid Productions wrote:There's a difference between mere "wind" and a Santa Ana wind condition. ;) Wind is okay. Santa Anas... let's just say that there are many very good reasons that said condition is also nicknamed things like the "devil wind." :P Depending on the local topography, you can easily get hurricane force conditions with a really bad Santa Ana. (For instance, the last time I had to evacuate due to a brushfire, we had sustained winds between 50-60mph with frequent gusts in excess of 90mph that night!) Coming home tonight I was dodging fallen tree debris and other wind-driven hazards all over the road. x_x


Damn.. and I thought Arkansas spring winds on a sunny day where bad reach 50 mph.. only time we see hurricane force winds in during a strong line of thunderstorms..

The Nomadic Peoples of Aynempa wrote:I love the cold and wet, I am currently hiding in fear of the Aussie summer that is coming soon!


Maybe I mail you snow if we actual get any this year! Arkansas is weird.. Nice warm day in May.. 82F then a couple inches of snow that night and back to 80's again.. http://imgur.com/a/DQAxK

I'll trade some bipolar weather and tornadoes for some of Reppy's 90 mph Santa Ana winds so long as I get heavy snow with it.. I've only seen one blizzard in my lifetime.. back in 1993!

The last time it snowed here was February 1989! :P

What is this thing called 'snow'?

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I think it is like hail but softer?

The Immortal Shogunate and Affiliated Territories of Reploid Productions wrote:The last time it snowed here was February 1989! :P


That was so long ago.. I was really small then!

The Nomadic Peoples of Aynempa wrote:What is this thing called 'snow'?

The Mighty Paws of Kleinekatzen wrote:I think it is like hail but softer?


There is mini hail actually.. we just call it sleet.. it forms differently then hail from thunderstorms..

The Tiny Pocket Snuggler of Mini Vandoosa wrote:
I'll trade some bipolar weather and tornadoes for some of Reppy's 90 mph Santa Ana winds so long as I get heavy snow with it.. I've only seen one blizzard in my lifetime.. back in 1993!

I get blizzards yearly. :P

The Incorporated States of Romnomnom wrote:I get blizzards yearly. :P


Lucky.. I'd like at least one significant snow event a year..

We got some snow last year, but odds are low this year. :( Might go driving in search of it later.

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