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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Republic of The Akasha Colony (elected )

Founder: The United States of Seismic doings

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Most Cultured: 413th Highest Average Incomes: 601st Highest Economic Output: 605th+31
Most Scientifically Advanced: 617th Largest Information Technology Sector: 667th Smartest Citizens: 680th Most Nations: 705th Largest Publishing Industry: 717th Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 724th Largest Manufacturing Sector: 730th Largest Black Market: 732nd Most Advanced Defense Forces: 754th Highest Poor Incomes: 779th Largest Governments: 868th Largest Furniture Restoration Industry: 958th Highest Wealthy Incomes: 1,163rd Most Influential: 1,187th Most Corrupt Governments: 1,267th Largest Basket Weaving Sector: 1,268th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,275th Largest Retail Industry: 1,357th Healthiest Citizens: 1,410th Largest Mining Sector: 1,450th Most Avoided: 1,468th Lowest Crime Rates: 1,478th Most Devout: 1,496th Largest Timber Woodchipping Industry: 1,657th Fattest Citizens: 1,674th Most Subsidized Industry: 1,687th Most Developed: 1,689th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,696th Most Rebellious Youth: 1,774th Largest Agricultural Sector: 1,990th Largest Soda Pop Sector: 1,994th
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Raiders go pls.

Embassies: Aels and Union of Multiversal States.

Tags: FT: FTLi, Featured, Password, Role Player, FT: FTL, Medium, and Post-Modern Tech.

Regional Power: Moderate

Facebook nations contains 22 nations, the 705th most in the world.

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Nations ranked highly are considered by many to be the most inhospitable, charmless, and ghastly places to spend a vacation, or, indeed, any time at all.

As a region, facebook nations is ranked 1,468th in the world for Most Avoided.

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On a totally different note, EU IV has such a great soundtrack. I'm listening to it and I'm not even playing the game.

Royal Frankia

The Psychic Type's territory of SquareDisc City wrote:On a totally different note, EU IV has such a great soundtrack. I'm listening to it and I'm not even playing the game.

The Sabaton dlc is a must as Sweden.

The Dread Kingdom of Royal Frankia wrote:The Sabaton dlc is a must as Sweden.

Forget the DLC, just play Sabaton.
Doesn't matter what nation you're playing.

The Second Brotherhood of Planets and Royal Frankia

Time to go to *DEFCON Fiiiive*

United States 0f America

Meanwhile, SES-10 launch in about 10 minutes, HYPE!

For those out of the loop, this is a big one. The first time SpaceX are actually reusing one of their reusable rockets.

Amigosa and Aruela

Damn, whose nation has been around the longest? I had various nations back in '09, but they never lasted longer than a fortnight. Frankia has been around since 2012 if I recall in one form or another.

My current account dates to Apr 2010, but it's not my first. I created one on NS well before I even joined FBN but this was before the forums existed so there wasn't anything to do but answer issues periodically and it's now been completely deleted.

The forum shows both SquareDisc City and my other account as Founded: Jul 02, 2004. And I suspect they're actually older, because I know I made SquareDisc City somewhat after my other one. Much like Akasha, I didn't get involved in the forums back then.

Never mind Facebook Nations, my Nationstates accounts probably predate Facebook itself.

I started with Tasmani probably around 2008 or 2009 on FB Nations. I remember joining Laptev with only ~70,000 population. Eventually evolved into North Regnium, then Regnium towards the end of FBN. Took a long hiatus to Worldbuilding when it died before starting Aruela as a descendant nation/spiritual successor to Regnium.

Royal Frankia

*Correction, I actually started on Nations on Myspace. Nothing was happening there at the time though and I soon switched to FB where I discovered the Nations app there.

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