The New Inquisition RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Free Scientific Paradise of The Emerald World (elected )

Founder: The Novel Questioners of The New Inquisitors

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Most Nations: 111th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 119th Most Influential: 540th+10
Largest Black Market: 975th Most Advanced Defense Forces: 1,503rd Largest Information Technology Sector: 1,564th Highest Poor Incomes: 1,661st Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 1,704th Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 1,801st Highest Average Incomes: 1,808th Largest Manufacturing Sector: 1,840th Lowest Crime Rates: 1,905th Most Scientifically Advanced: 2,054th
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Welcome to The New Inquisition, the region that conquered the Rejected Realms!

With over eight years of history, TNI is one of the oldest active player-made regions on NationStates.

Be a part of our history by joining our new off-site forum Linkhere!



WA Nations: Don't forget to endorse our regional delegate, The Free Scientific Paradise of The Emerald World. The more endorsements the WAD gets, the greater our region's say in the WA!



Send your land claims to our regional cartographer Saskisdi to stake your claim on the RMB map!



Embassies: The Land of Kings and Emperors, Albion, Balder, Unknown, Mazeria, Ainur, Great Britain and Ireland, Empires of Earth, and Lone Wolves United.

Tags: Enormous, FT: FTL, Capitalist, Game Player, Monarchist, Independent, Map, Featured, Role Player, and Post-Modern Tech.

Regional Power: Very High

The New Inquisition contains 117 nations, the 111th most in the world.

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The Longest Average Lifespans in The New Inquisition

Nations ranked highly have lower rates of preventable death, with their citizens enjoying longer average lifespans.

As a region, The New Inquisition is ranked 8,495th in the world for Longest Average Lifespans.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Grand Duchy of GothlandiaDemocratic Socialists“Viridi Sanguinem Vertuntur”
2.The Theocracy of ViseryaDemocratic Socialists“Righteous light shalt shine upon all mankind.”
3.The Empire of KratistoliesPsychotic Dictatorship“Heaven cannot brook two suns, nor Earth two masters”
4.The Democratic Republic of WarvariaDemocratic Socialists“Don't Tempt Me”
5.The Most Serene Federal Republic of RastraniaLiberal Democratic Socialists“For our Republic, our Sons, and our Fathers!”
6.The Holy Empire of Rattengift EmpirePsychotic Dictatorship“Haeresis maxima est opera maleficarum non credere!!!”
7.The United Kingdom of British WhiskumDemocratic Socialists“One man's wage rise is another man's price increase”
8.The Most Serene Republic of WozmaniaLiberal Democratic Socialists“We shall make this the greatest nation on NationStates”
9.The Kingdom of ThervingiaCorrupt Dictatorship“Wodans unsis waldai”
10.The Democratic Republic of DokBarInoffensive Centrist Democracy“In Dok we Bar”
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Regional Poll • Which map is better?

The Free Scientific Paradise of The Emerald World wrote:Vid's or Sask's?

Voting opened 2 days 5 hours ago and will close . Open to residents. You cannot vote as you are not logged in.

Last poll: “Octopi or geese (or mantids)?”

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The New Inquisition Regional Message Board

The Free Scientific Paradise of The Emerald World wrote:Apple OS is Unix-based.


"another"
"ie linux"

Man my job was literally with computers...

The Grand Kingdom of The Lechites wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nq_J2C6Hrz0
*Starsian music*


Just replace the polandballs with Stars' and Darath, pretty much :P

Newer Anatolia and The Lechites

The Holy Android Empire of PrussiaV2 wrote:>is dumb....
I was going to sign it...

I signed nuclear clause. The test never got answered.

The Rogue Nation of Bellatorium wrote:I signed nuclear clause. The rest never got answered.

The Elder Empire of The Iron Stars wrote:"another"
"ie linux"
Man my job was literally with computers...

Well it doesn't pay to be figurative with computers (though as a Linux user you GNU that anyway)

The Emerald World and Newer Anatolia

The Elder Empire of The Iron Stars wrote:Just replace the polandballs with Stars' and Darath, pretty much :P

"Your doom is already within sight when your daughter is learning politics."
~Grox'ez

Newer Anatolia and Bellatorium

>Defends freedom of press
>Lowers civil rights
Ns_kys.exe

Newer Anatolia and The Lechites

The Elder Empire of The Iron Stars wrote:Starsians canonically dont forgive people, and you did go to war.
this is why Darath being reformed is kinda a big deal (IC he should be wiped, but OOC I dont want him to gooo)

"Hate to watch him leave but love to watch him go"? :P

Newer Anatolia and Bellatorium

The Grand Kingdom of The Lechites wrote:Alba does deal with both you know.

I was just saying that he's not active enough to do either continuously, so we each do our parts while he's gone.

The Grand Kingdom of The Lechites wrote:The grand king has ONE job.
Just throw those troublemakers 'that want to change history' in the dungeon.

Lucas just usually prevents them from traveling to another universe in the first place. Eliminate their mode of transportation (occasionally requiring mind-wiping if it's an inventor), neutralize the threat.

The Grand Kingdom of The Lechites wrote:With enough willpower, one can even create entire worlds from this place. However these worlds may be quite small, and dull, with only one colour.

With entire universes, just willpower isn't enough. It's about belief. Thought. The combined 'will', if you will, of the masses can create whole realities, but on another plane. Ideally, none of them ever intersect, and it's Lucas and company's job to keep it that way.

The Grand Kingdom of The Lechites wrote:Guys, i think my brain just went fully numb.

(Oh, believe me, trying to come up with a canonical reason that fictional beings can pose a threat to the real world is like trying to find a solution to Xeno's Paradox that doesn't assume a finite infinity. Since any "real world" I write is still written, you can't really have any pressure, since it's still a fictional "real world".
I finally decided on that the FF "shields" the real world and its Authors, but I'm not fully behind it.)

Newer Anatolia and Bellatorium

The Übershielded Complex of Saskisdi wrote:I was just saying that he's not active enough to do either continuously, so we each do our parts while he's gone.
Lucas just usually prevents them from traveling to another universe in the first place. Eliminate their mode of transportation (occasionally requiring mind-wiping if it's an inventor), neutralize the threat.
With entire universes, just willpower isn't enough. It's about belief. Thought. The combined 'will', if you will, of the masses can create whole realities, but on another plane. Ideally, none of them ever intersect, and it's Lucas and company's job to keep it that way.
(Oh, believe me, trying to come up with a canonical reason that fictional beings can pose a threat to the real world is like trying to find a solution to Xeno's Paradox that doesn't assume a finite infinity. Since any "real world" I write is still written, you can't really have any pressure, since it's still a fictional "real world".
I finally decided on that the FF "shields" the real world and its Authors, but I'm not fully behind it.)


Okay. Just wondering: How on earth is this relevant?

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