Sparta RMB

WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The Empire of A New Sparta

World Factbook Entry

This region is dedicated to the memory of the glorious city-state of Sparta. We try to uphold Spartan values of strength, austerity and self-sacrifice here, in order to emulate the greatest state that ever existed.

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Noogie Noggins
Kathmandu Island
Spartan Messenia
Spartan Philidelphia

If any active nation is interested in an ephorate position, please apply on the "Ephorate" thread on the forums.

To regions requesting embassies, please contact the Founder.

Featured: May 29, 2010, July 15, 2010, August 22, 2010

Embassies: The Kingdom of Sparta and Atlantis.

Tags: Independent, Small, National Sovereigntist, and Neutral.

Regional Power: Moderate

Sparta contains 8 nations, the 1,435th most in the world.


Today's World Census Report

The Largest Furniture Restoration Industry in Sparta

As a region, Sparta is ranked 3,208th in the world for Largest Furniture Restoration Industry.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Noodleheaded Nobodies of Noogie NogginsMoralistic Democracy“Never a noogie nor a noggin!”
2.The Republic of LaconophiliaCivil Rights Lovefest“I have heard the Nightingale herself.”
3.The Squirrely Spartan State of Camiono Palmero IslandIron Fist Consumerists“Thou Shall Not Eat my Cookies!”
4.The Shining Lamp of SmmerslnInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The brightest light is the one that burns within you”
5.The Spartan Ephor Territory of Kathmandu IslandInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Fear not Spartans, for Tonight, We fight Spammers!!!”
6.The Empire of A New SpartaCorrupt Dictatorship“Begin with your own family.”
7.The Placeholder of The White FleetsIron Fist Consumerists“Not By You.”
8.The Capital City-State of Spartan PhilidelphiaWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Corrupta, Insana, Lacedaemonia (:D)”

Regional Happenings


Sparta Regional Message Board

I'm typing this from my college dorm. That's fun, isn't it?

Dorms are for newbs.


I'm sure a real college student bikes to all his classes, uphill both ways in simultaneous sweltering heat and blinding snow.

Swerving to miss the spike strips placed there by unsympathetic cops, who have a grudge against people hoping to become smarter than them.

Sounds about right.

Most definitely.

Job hunting is dreadful.

So is trying to retire.

So good luck with either.

The trouble with retirement it comes at a point in life when one cannot do that for which one desires to retire.

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