WA Delegate (non-executive): The Technocratic Union of Dys (elected )
Embassies: The Land of Kings and Emperors, Albion, Unknown, Ainur, Great Britain and Ireland, the West Pacific, Lone Wolves United, The World of Remnant, Pax Britannia, Greater Meme, Liberotia, Orkaheim, The Pirate Bay, Region Mexicana Mundial, Imeperio Azteca, Axiom Supercluster, and 3 others.Mazeria, Niama, and The Singular Nation of Algrenery.
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Regional Power: High
Today's World Census Report
The Most Income Equality in The New Inquisition
World Census boffins calculated the difference in incomes between the richest and poorest citizens, where a score of 50 would mean that poor incomes are 50% of rich incomes.
As a region, The New Inquisition is ranked 9,248th in the world for Most Income Equality.
|31.||The Kingdom of Crusaders Heaven||Iron Fist Consumerists||“Deus Vult!”|
|32.||The Federation of The Conclave||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Blood may be thicker than water, but money is thicker.”|
|33.||The Theocracy of The Holy Bacon Lands||Iron Fist Consumerists||“Bacon is Life, Bacon is Love”|
|34.||The Colony of Na h-Alba Nuadh Forces||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Virtute martii”|
|35.||The Elder Empire of The Iron Stars||Iron Fist Consumerists||“Mors Cum Terrore Novo Venit.”|
|36.||The Holy Empire of Sanctus Vult||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Deus Vult”|
|37.||The Conservative Empire of Rax||Iron Fist Consumerists||“Strength through tradition.”|
|38.||The Free Republic of The United Sultanates of Somaliland||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Every Man and Woman is Born Equal”|
|39.||The Free Land of Nerdfighteria Isle||Civil Rights Lovefest||“DFTBA”|
|40.||The Technocratic Union of Dys||Iron Fist Consumerists||“Illustratio per Promotionem”|
Recent polls: “Oxford comma: yay or nay?” • “RP spaceflight”
- : Shilolia ceased to exist.
- : Helcarion ceased to exist.
- : Prussian space trade ceased to exist.
- : Maliswankia ceased to exist.
- : Lechitic borderlands ceased to exist.
- : The north gate ceased to exist.
- : Sornell ceased to exist.
- : Mirell ceased to exist.
- : Pomsenpai ceased to exist.
- : Greater arxtain ceased to exist.
The New Inquisition Regional Message Board
Yea, we do.
"I swear those Lizards eat babies and want to kill us all though."
I assume that in ancient times it was assumed you had the same primordial ancestor in Valrish religion, who is of course a demonic entity. But as the Valrish relationship with religion got murkier through rebels in the Church, Imperial meddling, and new heretical beilefs popping up, that stigma was reduced in scale.
Well, we do have horns, so thats justified.
Horns just radiate with evil.
(In all honesty, any reptillian race will be evil and or 'neutral douche'. There are never good ones.
Even Lechites I would classify as Lawful evil. Or at least: 'Lawful smart')
Also, lets reclassify the D&D alignments shall we?
Lawful good=Lawful Dumb
Neutral good=Lazy and confused
Chaotic good=Im a filthy thief and I probably burned down the last town we were in
Lawful neutral=Bureacrat Neutral
True neutral=Dude weed lmao
Chaotic neutral=ADHD neutral
Lawful evil=Lawful smart
Neutral evil=Get away from my shekels goyim
Chaotic evil=I eat babies and burn orphanages
Even for a pathetic nerd like me, I can't get over the social stigma of D&D before. Which is weird because I've roleplayed before, but just not D&D or anything tabletop, for some reason that's the line I'm not crossing.
My military went up a rank! 5th!!!!
Tabletops are amazing. I got into them through two routes: Warhammer was super popular when I was like 12, and I was doing a lot of art so painting miniatures was the step before playing with them. At the same time, playing CRPGs like Baldurs Gate and Icewind Dale; same system, but this time with actual people who I like to mess around with rather than a computer deciding everything. Also way less restrictive.
It would be hard for anything to hurt the credibility of Faux News.
Reminds me however of the old Usenet Soc.History.What-if which used to regularly comment on RL events as if episodes of "The West Wing" in an alternative timeline - generally mocking the implausibility of events.
A few years ago, UK politician Ed Balls, new to Twitter accidentally tweeted his name "Ed Balls", nothing else, with no explanation. With typical sardonic humour, after various explanations were consider it was taken to be an announcement of Ed Balls Day, and commemorated each year since, helped by the fact that he took it in good part (a rarity for modern politicians).
So basically a in-joke for (mostly) UK Twitter users.