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|1.||The Empire of Bistrostan||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Big things come in small packages”|
- 93 days ago: The Puppet master of New Crazy131 of the region Chris puppet storage proposed constructing embassies.
- 93 days ago: The Ancient Lands of Tacitae Populus of the region Skaal proposed constructing embassies.
- 287 days ago: Rraopigest tried to enter the region but did not know the password.
- 1 year 20 days ago: Ixi tried to enter the region but did not know the password.
- 1 year 189 days ago: Kaiko tried to enter the region but did not know the password.
- 2 years 7 days ago: Trukso of the region International anti wa nations proposed constructing embassies.
- 2 years 78 days ago: Umstead monor throw of the region The humble followers of the umstead proposed constructing embassies.
- 2 years 129 days ago: The Free Land of Holykol of the region Himalia proposed constructing embassies.
- 2 years 284 days ago: The imperial realm of cyrodil of the region The bountiful empire of tempter proposed constructing embassies.
- 2 years 351 days ago: Government tried to enter the region but did not know the password.
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And then there were 2. Long live the Empire of Bistrostan!
And now only I survive!
So... no-one plays this anymore then.
I kinda still do
Just the two of us then. It's good, I finally have some weight. I'm a big fish in a small pond. w00t!
In a manner of speaking :P
I have a bigger defence force? Mine's non-existent.
So's mine . . . I think.
Hooray for having a population of 6 billion
Your citizens don't seem very happy, Bistrostan. Why not throw them a party?