Union of Zvezdovist Republics
The Empire of Renaria
Her Majesty Silver Garden
The Ranger Order of the Grey
The Bureaucratic Stratocracy of Vernic
8. Rhyme and Reason¹
The Federation of Jaedonstan
9. Ethos Sholia
The Alveinian Empire
Federative People's States of Astorvia
The Monarchy of Lohaar
The Federation of Adia Xemcar
How do I stake a claim?
Head on over to our forum and follow the instructions there. Click here.
¹ Nations that helped to found the Nation RP will always retain their claims unless personally renounced, even if they cease to exist or leave the region.
To be updated soon
How do I get on these extra maps?
To get on our Culture Map, you are required to have been a part of the Nation RP for 65 days. This is not 65 days in the region, but 65 days in the Nation RP. The Culture Map lists areas according to the umbrella culture occupying areas (for example, if this were a map of Earth, Russian, Ukrainian, and Serbian cultures, would all simply be listed as "Slavic" under this type of map, and would not be distinguished. Further, regions/states/general areas are not specifically broken down. Whatever is the majority, is what stands. So, using real life as an example, if "EXAMPLE STATE" had a population that was 10% Slavic, 44.1% Germanic, and 45.9% Turkic, it would be mapped as "Turkic".
To get on our Time Zone Map, you are also required to have been a part of the Nation RP for 65 days. Once eligible, you may have your nation(s) territories mapped according to the time zones you wish them to use. You may use one Time Zone for the entire nation if you so wish.
The Latitude and Longitude Map will periodically be updated with the most recent version of the main map, so you don't have to worry about waiting any longer than the Cartographer's convenience to get on it.
Like the Culture and Time Zone Maps, it will take 65 days to be eligible for participation on the Continents and Oceans map. Once eligible, you may name any unnamed seas which you border. However, once a name has been published in a map update, it is permanent, so choose wisely about what you wish to name. Two people sharing a common sea area will be expected to agree upon a name, and no name shall be published without the approval of both.
And an important note. Even once this requirement has been met, it may take some time to get on them, as these require significantly more effort than the Main Map, and the Cartographer's schedule may not allow immediate or quick admission to the maps.