Unity of Green Pastures RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Plains of Dioxin (elected 1 year 191 days ago)

Founder: The Plains of Dioxin

World Factbook Entry

The Unity of Green Pastures is a region where green values hold sway. Recycle, Reuse and Reduce is our mantra.

Restore the environment: do not print this webpage.

It is also a haven of peace and prosperity, where elder nations, wearied by the sturm und drang of capitalist consumeristic politics may finally enjoy their pacific existence without care or concern.

The UGP offers tranquility, relaxation and an unlimited bar tab.

All who seek peace and a place without care - are welcome here.

Warning! Biohazard

Infection Rate: 96.3% (10.42 billion infected, 402 million survivors)

Cure Status: Distributing to infected

Infection Status: -18.4 Relatively Safe

Zombie Border Control: Borders Closed

Tags: Free Trade, Democratic, and Minuscule.

Unity of Green Pastures contains 4 nations.


Today's World Census Report

The Largest Manufacturing Sector in Unity of Green Pastures

As a region, Unity of Green Pastures is ranked 15,931st in the world for Largest Manufacturing Sector.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Dictatorship of New ReserkaCompulsory Consumerist State“We are not as we were once”
2.The Commonhive of BeezylandWA MemberLeft-wing Utopia“Long Live the Hive”
3.The Dominion of MultiariaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Old was fallen, new has risen”
4.The Plains of DioxinWA MemberNew York Times Democracy“This Too Shall Pass”

Regional Happenings


Unity of Green Pastures Regional Message Board

Oh dear. Looks like KNL ceased to be.

Interesting when you consider the amount of time spent looking around for a place to reside and then allowing the nation to die without a care.


No staying-power, these young'ns. Gratification, if not instant, is either sought elsewhere or immediately deemed worthless of effort. I find that philosophy to be odd, but then, I was born into a world where gratification had little to do with time.

~ Melbourne

It seems there is to be a Zombie Apocalypse in 8 days.

Conutoo, Reserkian Sea
The winds of the ocean wip through the city of Conutoo through the alleys and the rooftops of the grayish-orange three story clay buildings. In a large golden roofed, mosque like building, which in fact is the City-hall a Recorder telegrams to the world they're message 'Greetings for the islands of Reserka, I speak for the Reserkian City-State of Conutoo (con-uh-too) to send a peaceful message to the people of the Green Pastures. We wish to have good relations with everyone in the region, and if it bothers you. We are not hugely into capitalism though, it happens does happen under are noses. Also would Dioxin like a Declaration of Friendship between are nations.'

OOC: Just so you know I play as more then one city-state, think of it like ancient Greece with Sparta and Athens

Just saw a zombie attack in progress in another region. What would you like to do this time around?


Greetings to All -

A zombie attack is imminent. Should we fight, flee or fix it?

~ Dioxin

More on the Zombies:

What You Need to Know

The zombie apocalypse will begin in 2 days 13 hours.

It will run for 36 hours, ending in 4 days.

As before, we will have three options: attempt to exterminate zombies with military force, try to research a cure, or join forces with the zombies.

Extermination quickly converts our zombies into dead citizens, posing no further risk to the uninfected.

Researching a cure slowly reduces our region's infection rate, and can even convert zombies into survivors.

Embracing the zombie hordes quickly increases your region's infection rate, as infection rates are region-based: if a region contains many nations with high numbers of zombies, all resident nations will become infected quicker.

The extermination and research options are more effective the more survivors we have, becoming ineffective if we wait until your military and scientific experts have mostly been eaten.

During the zombie apocalypse, Founders and Delegates can close the region's borders at no Influence cost. A special Z-Day Border Control feature will be available to facilitate this.

I suggest we close the borders at the very least.

~ Dioxin

What an interesting time we live in. While we get ready to fight the zombie apocalypse in Nation States, here in the States I hear a cry from some politicians that would have you believe an Ebola apocalypse is about to happen. While I'm in favor of closing the borders to UGP as part of an exercise I'm startled to hear some of the reasons to close our borders with most of Africa. If I could only open the eyes of my fellow countrymen to the fact that influenza kills many more people every year. Oh well, perhaps the planet just needs to get rid of a hairball called overpopulation.


Alrighty then.

Regional borders are now closed. Dioxin has also instituted research into a cure, though each nation must meet the problem in their own way and in their own time.

As to the media-inspired panic-mode that appears to have overtaken parts of the Western world, all I can say is that Capitalism has a great deal to answer for.

Good luck, All!

~ Dioxin

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