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WA Delegate: The United Utopia of Untspah (elected )

Founder: Makrtopia

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Board Activity History Admin Rank

Most Nations: 171st Most Influential: 313th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 689th+5
Largest Black Market: 1,434th Most Cultured: 1,588th Most Rebellious Youth: 1,748th Best Weather: 2,098th Most Beautiful Environments: 2,112th
World Factbook Entry

It's a laptop, not a snacktop.

A blossoming empire full of various Equestrian nations, this friendly region seeks peace and acceptance. Originally founded by Makrtopia, and currently managed by Untspah as well as The Shenanigans of Dragoria, Equestria invites and welcomes with open arms anyone wanting a new home or second chance.

To new nations: Please be certain to join the World Assembly, and once you have, don't forget to endorse The United Utopia of Untspah, our regional WA delegate. Not only does this help strengthen them, it helps prevent hostile takeovers and invasions, which we unfortunately have a sordid history with. We don't want any more of those to happen again, do we?

Our new offsite forum is Linkhere.

Embassies: The Black Hawks, The Bar on the corner of every region, The Galactic Federacy, Nationalist Commonwealth of Free Regions, Hollow Point, Krillin, The Order of the Grey Wardens, Avadam Inn, The Bunny Fire, My Little Pony Equestria, Polls Center with drinks, Freedom and Justice Alliance, Pony Lands, International Debating Area, Oatland, The Straw Hat Pirates, and 8 others.Canterlot, The Empire of Friendship, Kingdoms of Abisa, The Republican Story Vault, The Alliance of The Golden Phoenix, The Delegation of Gallifrey, The Dunes, and Equestrian States.

Tags: Fandom, Founderless, Casual, Social, Featured, Magical, Offsite Forums, Large, Multi-Species, and Silly.

Regional Power: High

Equestria contains 85 nations, the 171st most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Scientifically Advanced in Equestria

World Census researchers quantified national scientific advancement by quizzing random citizens about quantum chromodynamics, space-time curvature and stem cell rejuvenation therapies. Responses based on Star Trek were discarded.

As a region, Equestria is ranked 4,335th in the world for Most Scientifically Advanced.

NationWA CategoryMotto
11.The Wanderers' Confederation of LyssetInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Not all who wander are lost.”
12.The Ocean Queendom of ParthDemocratic Socialists“e mare ad astra”
13.The Former Republic of CherdoskieInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Once the seat of an Empire.”
14.The Empire of MochadiaLibertarian Police State“Sekura, egala, kaj justa.”
15.The Matriarchy of Gin RummyNew York Times Democracy“Security saves ponies.”
16.The Community of ChimayoAnarchy“Weavers are Best”
17.The Democratic Republic of BreezewindDemocratic Socialists“May the wind flow where your heart desires.”
18.The Union of Equestrian HarmonyLiberal Democratic Socialists“Why can't we change our nation name?”
19.The Incorporated States of PralgradCapitalist Paradise“Caithim an cáis. Ní caitheann sé me.”
20.The Republic of LunarieCorrupt Dictatorship“Luna Nobis Custodit”
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Regional Happenings


Equestria Regional Message Board

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Darjockul wrote:Happy hearthswarming have a thesaurus


Hello everyone! Signups for the Oatland Winter Games are open. Full details are in the dispatch. Could an officer with the appropriate authority pin it please? Don't want people to miss out.

Oatland Regional Games

The Oatland Regional Games are an international sporting event held in Oatland. Its purpose is to promote sporting excellence and international brotherhood. The games are biannual, with winter games held in February and summer games held in June. Each game consists of numerous events in which athletes compete for the gold, silver and bronze metal. This years winter game has seven events: Figure Skating, Cross Country Skiing, Ice Hockey, Freestyle Skiing, the Biathlon, Alpine Skiing and a new event: Curling.

Example roster:

Figure Skating - Angèle Dior, Lionel Genet
Cross Country Skiing - Marc Gérald, Céline Berlioz
Ice Hockey - Yes
Freestyle Skiing - Philippe Jauffret, Gérald Pretre
the Biathlon - Christine Girard, Olivia Gaudreau, Jean-Yves Bachelot
Alpine Skiing - René Pascal, Marinette Derocles, Nathan Carré
Curling - Sara Lafaille

The games are open to all nations that are residents of Oatland, all nations that are Residents of a region that has an Embassy with Oatland and all nations have previously competed in the games.

How to participate
In order to compete nations should telegram a list of competing athletes to Aclion, the event organizer.
This list should contain the full name of each competing athlete as well as the event they will competing in.
Nations are currently limited to fourteen athletes total and are allowed to allocate up to five to each event. If an athlete is competing in more then one event then each entry is counted separately towards the nations total athlete pool.
The exception is the ice hockey event, in this event nations may only allocate one "competitor". This entry represents the nations hockey team so will just be named after that nation(unless you want to give a team name I guess)

The exact system used for scoring is secret. However, nations should note that having a high heath stat will give them a small advantage in the games, nations can also gain an advantage by shrewd allocation of their athletes.
Nations can also take advantage of various bonuses, which are added to their athletes scores. Nations can earn team-wide bonuses by publishing team logos, uniform designs and anthems. Additionally nations that publish short biographies of competitors can earn a bonus for that competitor. Nations can also earn a bonus in a specific sport simply by electing to have it. Please be sure to submit all material for by the sign-up deadline if you wish it to count towards your score.

Additionally athletes which earned medals in the previous winter games will automatically receive a bonus if they return to compete in the same event.

Schedule of events
Feb 1st: Signup deadline
Feb 4rd: Opening Ceremonies
Feb 7th: Figure Skating
Feb 9th: Cross Country Skiing
Feb 12th: Ice Hockey
Feb 15th: Freestyle Skiing
Feb 19th: Biathlon
Feb 22nd: Alpine Skiing
Feb 25th: Curling
Feb 28th: Closing Ceremonies


The Peoples Place of Living
The Ascended Transhumanist Sociocracy
Kia Gree
The Democratic Commonwealth:
Revolutionary Equestria
The Bunny Fire:
The Onigiri Enclave
Mr moneys fortress:
Earthbound immortal squad - Flag, anthem and biographies


Figure Skating

Cross Country Skiing

Ice Hockey

Freestyle Skiing


Alpine Skiing


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Also happy new year from Oatland. 🥂

It's still barely new years here, so it's not late, right?

Starting next week I'll be dropping to three days a week at work, so I might be online a bit more after that. We'll see.

I'm in 5 AP classes and have the amount of homework that comes with it, so that's why I'm not online very often.

Our Town Restored wrote:I'm in 5 AP classes and have the amount of homework that comes with it, so that's why I'm not online very often.

Ah, the joys of High School. I took... 5 or 6? APs in my senior year, but had great teachers that knew most kids were overloading on APs and were lenient on homework. Good luck with yours!

So it turns out if everyone says that the combination of classes you're taking is "extremely challenging," it's not a compliment towards your work ethic, it's a warning.

In other news, hi.

Our Town Restored wrote:I'm in 5 AP classes and have the amount of homework that comes with it, so that's why I'm not online very often.

Oh geez, I did the same thing. Just try to find one that you can sleep in and you'll be ok.

Only been online briefly here and there lately. Been dealing with some health issues again, along with the medical bills that come with it.

Whew, what a crazy week. It'll be good to have some down time after that.

Zachtia wrote:Only been online briefly here and there lately. Been dealing with some health issues again, along with the medical bills that come with it.

Oh no, I thought things were finally settling down a bit?

Dragoria wrote:Oh no, I thought things were finally settling down a bit?

I thought so as well. Seems like every time it starts to calm down, something else develops. Had a couple surgeries in the last couple months, and I've been managing to get back to work a little bit and manage symptoms and stuff. With that in mind though, I'm just hanging in there, knowing I haven supportive friends and family to help me through things.

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