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Ardonii wrote:Nope, your nation's tiny.

i meant by the design

Nagolinia wrote: if you saw my flag during a war would you be scared?
(be honest)

My flag would want to make you surrender, given all the included peace time benefits.

Tweetfur wrote:My flag would want to make you surrender, given all the included peace time benefits.

i can see why .

Tweetfur wrote:Are ya dancing in the rain or shine?

Shine.

I'm awake at 4am for an unknown reason. Probably because I can't sleep.

Vons lo wrote:#issue 165 wedlock worries that the one

Thanks for the warning then

Nagolinia wrote: if you saw my flag during a war would you be scared?
(be honest)

In war, we'd usually know who we're fighting against, so it would probably depend on your country's military capabilities.

Ardonii wrote:Nope, your nation is tiny.

Is the box in your overview supposed to stretch the entire screen's width?

Nagolinia wrote: if you saw my flag during a war would you be scared?
(be honest)

Nope. Your flag reminds me of bees.

Nagolinia wrote:i meant by the design

Oh, well kinda...your star symbol kinda reminds me of a warring nation, don't know why.

Nusapasim wrote:In war, we'd usually know who we're fighting against, so it would probably depend on your country's military capabilities.

Is the box in your overview supposed to stretch the entire screen's width?

i was talking about the design not my country's strength

[quote=communist_beijing_must_be_china;47689627]Hello there! What brings you to this region?

Nothing much just happened to spawn here and liked being here
Wow the quote failed

Nusapasim wrote:In war, we'd usually know who we're fighting against, so it would probably depend on your country's military capabilities.

Is the box in your overview supposed to stretch the entire screen's width?

One question, are you viewing it on desktop?

Nagolinia wrote:i can see why .

Still, you might want a scarier flag.

Communist Beijing Must be China wrote:Shine.

I'm awake at 4am for an unknown reason. Probably because I can't sleep.

I'm a late night bird, no pun intended and yes pun also intended. I lack the sleep I need sometimes.

Nagolinia wrote:i can see why .

Its freaking cringy

Ardonii wrote:One question, are you viewing it on desktop?

Yes.

Oh, so it's meant to be for mobile viewers only, or?

Tweetfur wrote:I'm a late night bird, no pun intended and yes pun also intended. I lack the sleep I need sometimes.

I've still got a bit of jet lag from India. It's supposed to be 8am there.

Nusapasim wrote:Yes.

Oh, so it's meant to be for mobile viewers only, or?

That would explain it, I have worked on NS only via mobile so never really thought about desktop users before.

I will try to edit my factbooks so it's for both mobile and desktop users.

Hiyzis wrote:Break time!

breaks a cup

It's break time.

So if North Jus Intius' children can "legally" identify as dinosaurs, does that mean parents tell their children that they'll be changed into dinosaurs and locked away in the dinosaur parks if they're bad? Sounds kinda fun to be a child here. 😉

Communist Beijing Must be China wrote:breaks a cup

It's break time.

Not like that! Takes the broken cup and stabs your eye with it
I mean that I'll do it later

Hiyzis wrote:Not like that! Takes the broken cup and stabs your eye with it
I mean that I'll do it later

Ow.

takes another broken cup and smashes both in your eye

who wants to help me with my war with beligum

Hello TNPers!

This is your reminder to endorse Delegate Pallaith, Vice Delegate Kastonvia, and the Security Council!

By endorsing all of them you can become a Keeper of the North!

During the WADP awards Keepers of the North get a free epic card!

By actively exchanging endorsements, you are participating in what’s known as the North Pacific World Assembly Development Program (or WADP for short). When you do that, you’re not only making our region a safer place for nations just like you to grow but you’re also becoming eligible to receive certain benefits that you otherwise wouldn’t have an opportunity at like cards and other rewards!

If you found the WADP helpful, please upvote this dispatch to help others find it!
TL;DR: Empower your nation and make our region safer!
~ If you are not already a member, join the World Assembly.
~ If (or once) you are a World Assembly member, become a Keeper of the North.
~ After you have become a Keeper, continue exchanging endorsements.
~ While you are a World Assembly member, vote on World Assembly resolutions.

What is this?

The North Pacific WA Development Program (WADP) is a campaign to increase awareness among nations in The North Pacific of the benefits of World Assembly (WA) membership, maintaining high endorsement counts, and voting on WA resolutions. We hope that this campaign will result in a significant increase in the number of WA members, the number of endorsements exchanged, and the number of WA votes cast within The North Pacific. If these objectives are achieved, The North Pacific will become a much more influential and secure region.

Who is running this campaign?

This campaign is organized and coordinated jointly by the Delegate and the Security Council of The North Pacific. The regional security aspects are managed by the Security Council of the North Pacific and the voting aspects are managed by the World Assembly Delegate.

I am interested in helping. What can I do?

First of all, you should make sure to do what is mentioned in the TL;DR box above: first join the World Assembly if you are not already a member, continue to become a Keeper of the North, then continue exchanging endorsements, and finally make sure to vote on World Assembly resolutions.

If you want to go above and beyond, you can help promote this campaign in the following ways:

~ Approve ("upvote") this dispatch.
~ Send telegrams to nations in The North Pacific pointing them to this dispatch, or directly encouraging them to join the World Assembly, become Keepers, and exchange endorsements.
~ Advertise the campaign in materials you publish by using the campaign logo (shown below with code) and linking to this dispatch.
[url=/page=dispatch/id=338370][img]https://forum.thenorthpacific.org/images/wadp_general/tnp_wa_development.png[/img][/url]

How can I keep track of how well we are doing?

Take a look at the reports tab above, which includes many statistics informative of the progress of the campaign.

What do I gain from all this?

First, as mentioned above, by participating in this campaign, you help make our region safer and more influential. This is good for all nations in The North Pacific, including you!

Second, if you do decide to join the World Assembly member, become a Keeper of the North, actively exchange endorsements, and consistently vote on World Assembly resolutions, your nation and your game experience overall will improve in several important ways, described in detail in the three previous links.

Third, if you show that you are actively exchanging endorsements, we will promote your nation so that you can gain endorsements even faster!

Fourth, we will be handing out a generous amount of participation awards and achievements. That's right, there will be a lot of bling you can use to show off. We will also be maintaining special regional censuses, to highlight the most active and consistent endorsers in the region. You can find out more by looking at the benefits tab above.

Last but not least, every day we give away free legendary cards through the card lottery. By participating in this campaign, you can expand your collection to include some of the most valuable cards in the game.

I have some thoughts on improving the WADP, whom do I contact?

Thanks! We greatly appreciate all constructive feedback. Please contact Vice Delegate Kastonvia with any comments or questions you may have. The Security Council runs regular surveys regarding the WADP and other areas. No survey is currently open. This page will be updated with ongoing surveys.

This dispatch is updated automatically on a daily basis. Please do not edit manually.



Jointly sponsored by the Delegate and Security Council of The North Pacific.

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Dang, the images in my factbooks would have appearing too big for desktop users all this time.

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