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New Franshire wrote:My economy is going down a bit

Oh,That's bad But not my problem :)

Bonvisana wrote:Wdym cool?
Hmmm sus.. -,-

I just don't get why your embarrassed that people know you have a sibling on here

The Republic of Western Sol wrote:I just don't get why your embarrassed that people know you have a sibling on here

Maybe he don't like it ?

The Republic of Western Sol wrote:I just don't get why your embarrassed that people know you have a sibling on here

That's uhhh serious Problem.

Bonvisana wrote:That's uhhh serious Problem.

What so serious bro,Oscar is a bad new's---

New ronavia wrote:What so serious bro,Oscar is a bad new's---

Oscar?,Wait,Hey You just mentioned Oscar..He's one of our family members, SECRET OPERATOR!

Bonvisana wrote:Oscar?,Wait,Hey You just mentioned Oscar..He's one of our family members, SECRET OPERATOR!

Sorry bro...I don't mean to do it ;(

New ronavia wrote:Sorry bro...I don't mean to do it ;(


Osc wrote:Yup She is stupid... :)



That's easy New ronavia,Ask me to get here so Let's solve some problem here..!

Osc wrote:That's easy New ronavia,Ask me to get here so Let's solve some problem here..!

Why you two Ruin my life!!!

Bonvisana wrote:Why you two Ruin my life!!!

Oh?,I just gave you a lot of candy today!, you don't seem grateful -,-

Osc wrote:U-U

New ronavia wrote:Oh?,I just gave you a lot of candy today!, you don't seem grateful -,-

Ok ok,I'm sorry >->

Is there any way to increase your card deck capacity?

Lower Lorwitz Navilia wrote:Is there any way to increase your card deck capacity?

Yes, after you have below 10 capacity, it allows you to upgrade it, but you need to pay bank.

Dinarium's value have been increasing, alongside DogeCoin and Valesium (Other Cryptocurrency that is officially one of the nation's Currency)

And yes, Dinarium is a Cryptocurrency

Indochina and oceania

10000 Islands: Sibling Shenanigans Edition

History of the Formosan Republic
16th Century

  • 1544 - Portuguese sailors first jot down in a ship's log the name of the island: Ilha Formosa, meaning "Beautiful Island". From this point on, the island becomes widely known as Formosa.

  • 1550 - Small pockets of immigrants from nearby China begin popping up across the southwestern part of Formosa.

  • 1582 - Survivors of a Portuguese shipwreck spend ten weeks battling malaria and aborigines before returning to Macau on a raft.

17th Century

  • 1622 - The Gouden Leeuw, a ship from the Netherlands, wrecks off of the southwest coast of Formosa at Lamey. The survivors are slaughtered by the native inhabitants of the region.

  • 1624 - The Dutch East India Company (VOC) arrives in the southwest coast of Formosa to not only establish trade with the Chinese and Japanese, but to interdict the trade and colonial efforts of Spain in East Asia.

      ||The Dutch begin construction of a defensive fort, known as Fort Zeelandia, on the sandy peninsula of Tayouan to act as a base of operations.

  • 1626 - The Spanish Empire establishes a colony, Santisima Trinidad, on the northeast coast of Formosa in Keelung to contest the presence of the Dutch, beginning and finishing construction on Fort San Salvador.

      ||The Spanish begin construction of a second defensive fort, Fort San Domingo, in a coastal location known to the local aboriginal population as Hoba, referred to by the Spanish as Casidor.

      ||The Dutch begin a punitive expedition to punish any and all aboriginal villages that violently opposed the Dutch and unite aborigines in allegiance with the VOC.

  • 1628 - The Spanish finish construction of Fort Santo Domingo.

  • 1634 - The Dutch finish construction of Fort Zeelandia.

  • 1636 - The Dutch "pacification" campaign comes to an end. Villages stretching from Longkiau in the south to Favorlang in central Formosa swear their allegiance to the VOC.

  • 1641 - The Dutch launch an assault on the Spanish-controlled regions of Formosa, but are unable to breach the defenses of their forts. Having failed in their mission, they are forced to return to Fort Zeelandia.

  • 1642 - The Spanish Governor of Manila, Sebastian Hurtado de Corcuera, recalls most his Formosa troops for an expedition in the Philippines.

      ||Taking advantage of their opponents' actions, the Dutch return to Keelung with a larger invasion force. After six days of battle, the Spanish are forced to surrender and return to Manila in defeat.

      ||With the Spanish colonists driven from Formosa, the Dutch begin building Fort Antonio (named after Anthony van Diemen, Governor-General of the VOC) on the site of the destroyed Fort San Domingo.

      ||The Dutch re-shape, reduce the size of, and rename Fort San Salvador to Fort Noort-Holland.

  • 1643 - The Dutch set about bringing the northern villages under their banner, allowing them to administer the island and its predominantly aboriginal population (with small pockets of Chinese immigrants existing on the island as well).

  • 1645 - The Dutch establish a tax system, schools to teach romanized script of aboriginal languages, and begin evangelizing Christianity.

  • 1650 - Large-scale Han immigration from China is encouraged. Most of the arriving immigrants are merchants and traders seeking to purchase hunting licenses from the Dutch.

      ||The Dutch begin hunting the deer that roam along the alluvial plains of Formosa's western regions, selling their hides to the Japanese and other body parts to Han and Orsonian traders in China for profit.

  • 1652 - Fueled by anger over punitive taxes and corrupt officials, peasant Chinese farmers begin to revolt. The rebellion is swiftly put down, with 25% of the participants being killed over a period of a couple of weeks.

      ||At around the same time as the Guo Huaiyi Rebellion, multiple aboriginal villages rebel against the Dutch due to oppression.

  • 1653 - The Dutch finish construction of Fort Provintia on the mainland, adjacent of Fort Zeelandia, in a site known to the local aboriginal population as Sakam.

      ||The rebelling aboriginal villages are forced to sue for peace due to a Dutch embargo of salt and iron.

  • 1661 - A sizable group of immigrants descending from a small Kongsi Republic within Orsonian-controlled China arrives in Formosa to live new lives.

      ||Seeing the violence and oppression that was brought upon the natives, the Kongsi immigrants, with support from aboriginal tribes, carry out a nine-month siege against the VOC.

  • 1662 - The Kongsi and aboriginal tribes successfully capture Zeelandia, forcing the VOC to sign a peace treaty that relinquishes their control over the colony and expels them from the island.

      ||The Kongsi begin the long and arduous process of uniting the aboriginal tribes of Formosa under a single banner.

  • 1698 - The aboriginal tribes begin utilizing their warriors to establish Tribal Militias to serve as a standing army for the Formosan nation-to-be.

      ||The aboriginal tribes, with support from the Kongsi, establish the Formosan Union. The new government is led by the Grand Council, which consists of various Kongsi settlers and select members from the member tribes.

      ||The Grand Council begins the creation of a national language that can be used and taught to future generations through a new education system (utilizing a mix of both Chinese and Dutch teachings).

      ||The Kongsi begin constructing cities and towns on native lands, leaving culturally and historically important sites untouched for preservation.

18th Century

  • 1700 - January 1st: The Grand Council, influenced heavily by the Kongsi, begins to keep a record of important and notable dates and events in Formosan history, starting with the beginning of a new century.

      ||October 20th: The Formosan Language is created using various aspects from the indigenous languages of the land, making it easier for the island's inhabitants to communicate with one another than ever before.

  • 1701 - February 18th: The Grand Council formally proclaims Anping the capital of the Union and institutes a policy in which large portions of the population must serve as farmers to combat food shortages.

      ||March 1st: A series of land and taxation policies are established to encourage the expansion and cultivation of fertile lands for increased food production.

  • 1702 - August 23rd: Formosan ambassadors travel to Qing-controlled China to enlist the aid of scholar Chen Yong-hua in developing the nation.

      ||September 5th: Yong-hua contributes heavily to the establishment of many developmental policies for Formosa in education, agriculture, trade, industry and finance, in addition to a better tax system.

  • 1705 - June 2nd–30th: The Union establishes trade with Great Britain (in a limited capacity), the Netherlands, China (both Orsonian- and Qing-controlled), and Japan.

  • 1710 - October 13th: The Union begins selecting various citizens to train for the creation of a formal military, a process made difficult due to the lack of experienced soldiers to oversee and manage the operation.

  • 1720 - July 14th: The spread of Chinese social-cultural aspects within Formosa initiates a blend of Formosan lifestyles with those of the Chinese, establishing a bond between the two nations.

      ||August 10th: Yong-hua's introduction of new agricultural techniques, such as water-storage for annual dry periods, the cultivation of sugar cane, and mass salt drying leads to the nation becoming more economically self-sufficient.

      ||September 11th: The Tribal Militias of Formosa demobilize upon the creation of the Formosan National Army.

  • 1728 - December 30th: Development begins in the lands connecting Formosan settlements in the south and north through the western coast, leading to the formation of local councils to serve under the central government in Anping.

  • 1730 - January 1st: Various aspects of Mandarin are implemented into the Formosan language, not only to make it easier to converse with foreigners from the mainland, but to translate it into other languages.

      ||January 2nd: The original Formosan dialect takes on the name of Traditional Formosan, while the Mandarin-inspired dialect takes on the name of Simplified Formosan.

  • 1788 - July 16th: The Formosan Navy is established, with the nation's first warships being based on those used by Western nations.

19th Century

  • 1800 - August 9th: Formosa is declared an administrative province of the Formosan Union, known as the Taiwan Province, and subsequently divided into four prefectures (Taipeh, Taiwan, Anping, and Taitung).

      ||August 10th: Due to its role as the Provincial Capital, Anping is renamed Taiwanfu (a contraction of Taiwan fucheng, meaning "Prefectural City of Taiwan").

  • 1867 - March 12th: The Rover Incident. The American merchant ship Rover strikes a coral reef near Oluanpi and drifts into the Kenting area, where local aborigines kill fourteen members of the ship's crew (including the captain).

      ||March 13–20th: In a controversial move, the Union takes control over the tribe responsible for the Rover Incident and turns its people over to the American government as a means of apologizing and to prevent a conflict.

  • 1871 - December 12th–19th: The Mudan Incident. Four tributary ships from Okinawa, bound for Miyako and Yaeyama, are blown off course by a typhoon.

        December 12th: One of the tributary ships from Okinawa shipwrecks off of the Southeastern coast of Formosa near Bayao Bay.

        December 17th: Of the 69 sailors on the shipwrecked vessel, only 66 survive the trip to shore. They are warned by Formosan men against traveling inland for fear of encountering the Paiwan people.

        December 18th: The surviving sailors travel westward and eventually encounter the Paiwan people, who feed and shelter them. When attempting to leave, the aborigines kill all of the sailors except for 12 that escaped.

        December 19th: The survivors are discovered by citizens from a nearby Formosan township and taken care of.

  • 1872 - January 28th: The survivors of the Mudan Incident are returned to Okinawa with a payment of indemnity.

  • 1885 - February 2nd: Liu Mingchuan arrives from China and supervises a massive modernization program that develops transportation, taxation, farming, public security, commercial enterprises, financial affairs, and education.

      ||August 6th: The national capital is moved from Taiwanfu to Toatun.

      ||August 7th: Anping Prefecture is renamed Tainan Prefecture, and Taiwanfu, having lost its position as Provincial Capital, is renamed Tainanfu.

  • 1886 - July 4th: Under the support of German military engineer Max E. Hecht, the Union begins constructing nine modern forts (in addition to purchasing modern artillery and rifles) to improve the defensive capabilities of Formosa.

  • 1887 - January 15th: Formosa sees its earliest nighttime electrical illumination when the walled prefecture city of Taipei is lightened up with street lamps.

      ||February 10th–June 23rd: Mingchuan promotes a series of Western-style architectural developments, including the headquarters of Formosa's Telegraphy, Taipei Machinery Car Repair Factory, an iron bridge, and western schools.

  • 1890 - April 1st: English becomes a popular second language across the nation and replaces the Traditional Formosan dialect as the most widely taught language outside of Simplified (or Modern) Formosan.

      ||April 29th–December 25th: Mingchuan helps reorganize the administrative divisions of the Union by dividing it into eleven counties. Additionally, he helps develop relations with the remaining aborigines to allow for future expansion.

  • 1893 - April 21st: Construction work on the nation's first railway is completed, utilizing European-made steam locomotives for travel between the cities of Keelung and Taipei.

      ||December 25th: The Formosan Union ratifies a Constitution to establish the legal basis of the nation and how it is governed.

  • 1895 - May 23rd–June 4th: The Formosan Constitution goes into effect, turning the nation into a proper Democracy.

        May 23rd: The Formosan Union formally reorganizes into the Republic of Formosa.

        May 26th: The capital is moved from Toatun (which undergoes a name change to Taichung) to Taipei.

        May 30th: The Grand Council of the former Union is divided into three centers/branches (Yuan) of government - Executive, Judicial, and Legislative.

        June 4th: The Offices of the President (Head of State) and Prime Minister (Head of Government), as well as the Ministerial Cabinet, are established and quickly filled.

  • 1897 - March 30th: The Legislative Yuan passes the Bank Act, authorizing the establishment of a national bank.

  • 1899 - November 10th: The Bank of Formosa is established as Formosa's central bank.

20th Century

  • 1900 - September 21st: Construction begins on a railroad system connecting the modernizing cities of Keelung and Kaohsiung.

  • 1905 - April 20th: Electric power is supplied to Formosa via hydro-power through Sun-Moon Lake.

      ||June 10th: Formosa becomes financially self-sufficient.

  • 1908 - November 2nd: Exports and food production increase fourfold (with sugar cane production increasing 15-fold) as 55% of the nation's agricultural lands are covered by dam-supported irrigation systems.

  • 1910 - January 7th: A modernized health care system is established, increasing the average lifespan of Formosan residents.

      ||March 21st: The Republic begins expanding into the eastern lands of Formosa, assimilating the aboriginal populations into Formosan society and formally beginning the development of infrastructure in the area.

  • 1914 - June 16th: The Formosan Military Police is established.

      ||December 15th: The Formosan Marine Corps is established.

  • 1920 - February 22nd: The Formosan Air Force is established.

  • 1928 - May 7th: The Constitution is expanded upon, granting more power to the federal government while also providing more freedoms to the people.

  • 1940 - January 5th: The island of Formosa is invaded by Orsonian-controlled China, bringing the Republic of Formosa into the Second World War.

      ||January 28th: After less than a month of fighting, the Republic of Formosa is forced to surrender to the Orsonians. Formosa becomes a staging ground for the Axis in the Pacific Theater.

  • 1943 - November 25th: To weaken Formosa's air defenses, the United States deploys 30 bombers to destroy the air strip in Hsinchu.

  • 1944 - October 12th–16th: A sizable fleet from the United States and the Wagain Empire engages the combined Orsonian-Japanese defenses of Formosa in preparation for the liberation of the Philippines.

      ||October 17th: Following the events of October 12th–16th (later known as the Formosa Air Battle), the Allies initiate a bombing campaign on the island nation.

  • 1945 - January 15th: The Orsonians abandon Formosa in order to support their forces on the mainland, hoping to prevent a military defeat at the hands of the Allies and losing their control over southern China.

      ||May 31st: The United States focuses its efforts on striking key locations that are important to the Japanese, starting with the capital. The bombing of the capital would later be known as the Taipei Air Raid.

      ||August 10th: The Allied bombing campaign in Formosa comes to an end. Since October 12th, 5,582 lives have been lost and nearly 9,000 have been wounded. Additionally, over 45,000 buildings have been damaged or destroyed.

      ||September 2nd: The Japanese Empire surrenders to the Allies. All remaining Japanese forces in Formosa depart from the island as per their terms of surrender.

  • 1946 - April 26th: According to the National Census, the Republic of Formosa has reached a population of over 6 Million.

  • 1947 - December 25th: The modern framework for the Formosan military is established, placing the Formosan Armed Forces under civilian control.

  • 1949 - December 7th: The island of Formosa officially undergoes a name change to Taiwan, taken from the Taiwan Province.

  • 1951 - May 21st: Foshing Airlines, Taiwan's first private commercial airline, is founded.

  • 1954 - December 9th: The 37.5% Arable Rent Reduction Act is amended, alleviating the tax burden on peasants, redistributing land among small farmers, and compensating large landowners with commodities, certificates, and stock.

  • 1967 - July 1st: Taipei City, the capital of the Republic of Formosa, is declared the nation's first Special Municipality. Various townships in the surrounding vicinity are absorbed as part of the administrative division.

  • 1979 - July 1st: Kaohsiung City, the nation's second largest provincial city, joins Taipei as a Special Municipality.

  • 1980 - February 9th: Daniel Carrington brings his company, Carrington Industries, to Taiwan from Scotland with support from his cousin Allistair Carrington.

  • 1985 - October 10th: Daniel Carrington establishes the Carrington Institute as a new R&D branch of Carrington Industries.

  • 1988 - January 13th: Lee Teng-hui (Formosan Nationalist Party) becomes President of the Republic of Formosa following the death of President Chiang Ching-kuo.

  • 1991 - June 18th: The Republic of Formosa reorganizes into the Democratic Republic of Taiwan following the ratification of a new Constitution. The responsibilities of the Prime Minister now falls upon the President.

      ||July 30th: President Teng-hui orders for a nationwide contest that will see the replacement of the National Flag; a decision that was made primarily to reflect the changes made to the national government.

  • 1992 - January 8th: Foshing Airlines launches international routes and undergoes a name change to TransAsia Airways.

      ||June 12th: The flag designed by Kaohsiung artist Xiao Min, nicknamed Meifeng, is formally adopted as the National Flag of the Democratic Republic of Taiwan, making it the flag's fourth iteration.

      ||August 7th:The Republic Navy purchases a series of Knox Class and Oliver Hazard Perry Class Frigates from the United States as part of a fleet modernization program.

  • 1993 - May 3rd: The National Anthem Act of 1993 is passed within Parliament, making Taiwan the Green the new national anthem of Taiwan.

  • 1995 - February 20th: The Progressive Economics Alliance (進步經濟學聯盟) is established as a conservative offshoot of the more socially liberal Democratic Progressive Party.

  • 1996 - May 18th: The Republic Navy purchases a series of La Fayette Class Frigates from France as part of its fleet modernization program.

      ||October 25th: The Democratic Republic of Taiwan formally joins the United Council of Peoples (UCP).

      ||December 7th: Zhang Li brings his company, the dataDyne Corporation, to Taiwan.

  • 1997 - July 18th: In accordance with the 4th constitutional amendment passed by parliament, the Control Yuan is removed from the legislative body.

  • 1999 - August 5th: The Carrington Institute reveals an experimental Null-G Technology, a form of anti-gravity technology, which is expected to be fully utilized in a matter of decades.

      ||July 31st: Construction begins on the Taipei World Financial Center, more famously known as Taipei 101, in the Formosan capital of Taipei.

      ||September 21st: The 1999 Jiji Earthquake. A magnitude 7.3 earthquake strikes within the Jiji township of Nantou County, killing 2,415 people, injuring 11,305, and dealing NT$300 Billion worth of damage.

21st Century

  • 2000 - January 1st: President Teng-hui announces his resignation and plans to step down from office on May 20.

      ||January 2nd–May 19th: President Teng-hui begins establishing formal relations between the Democratic Republic of Taiwan and the rest of the world.

        March 15th: Chen Shui-bian (Democratic Progressive Party) wins the impromptu Presidential Election, becoming the only President in Formosan history to be elected with less than three months spent on campaigning.

        May 5th: Huang Chun, a native of Hualien County, takes office as the 7th Secretary-General of the United Council of Peoples.

      ||May 20th: Chen Shui-bian is inaugurated and takes the Presidential Office.

  • 2004 - May 20th: Chen Shui-bian is inaugurated for his second term.

      ||December 31st: A formal opening ceremony is held for Taipei 101; at 508 meters tall, it is the largest building within the Formosan Republic and among the tallest in the world.

  • 2005 - June 7th: In accordance with the 5th constitutional amendment passed by parliament, the National Assembly is abolished and power is transferred over to the Legislative Yuan.

      ||June 10th: With the 5th constitutional amendment going into effect, future constitutional amendments are to be proposed in the Legislative Yuan and ratified by public referendum.

  • 2006 - November 2nd: Daniel Carrington approachs the dataDyne Corporation with the intention of collaborating on computer research. Negotiations begin, but ends shortly thereafter at Zhang Li's request.

  • 2007 - February 15th: Unbeknownst to the rest of the world, the dataDyne Corporation is contracted by Emperor Turner Jackson to design a new mass surveillance and social credit system for the Orsonian Empire.

  • 2008 - May 20th: Ma Ying-jeou (Formosan Nationalist Party) is inaugurated and takes the Presidential Office.

  • 2010 - May 7th: UCP Secretary-General Huang Chun's second term comes to an end. She is succeeded by Oscar Prochaska from Czechia.

      ||June 6th: Construction begins on an observation tower known as the dataDyne Spire in New Taipei; upon completion, the Spire will reach a height of 340 meters, making it the tallest of its kind in Taiwan.

      ||July 4th: Following the completion of a quantum computer mainframe 25 km north of the Orsonian capital in Australia, dataDyne announces the development of quantum computing.

  • 2012 - May 20th: Ma Ying-jeou is inaugurated for his second term.

      ||August 2nd: The Progressive Economics Alliance formally reorganizes into the Formosan Coalition for Progressive Economics (FCPE) after nearly a decade of changing ideologies within the party.

  • 2013 - April 21st: The dataDyne Spire opens to the public, immediately becoming a popular tourist destination within New Taipei.

      ||September 7th: Taiwan wins the bid to host the 2020 Summer Olympic Games.

  • 2014 - July 31st - A series of gas explosions occur in the Cianjhen and Lingya districts of Kaohsiung following reports of gas leaks. Thirty-two people are killed and 321 people are injured.

  • 2015 - June 27th: A dust fire occurs at Formosa Fun Coast, a water park in New Taipei City. The fire lasts 40 seconds and burns 508 people, killing 15 and leaving 199 in critical condition.

      ||November 16th: After years of research and development, dataDyne creates an AI for the quantum computer in Australia, now known as the Monolith.

      ||November 20th: Days after creating the Monolith AI, dataDyne finishes the creation of an AI for use in its Trinity Research Platform.

  • 2016 - January 3rd: While under the employment of pharmaDyne, Doctor Thaddeus K. Rose releases a new and unique strain of the Influenza virus (Influenza A subtype H22N17) upon the population of Taiwan.

      ||March 15th: Doctor Friedrich R. Murray of pharmaDyne develops a vaccine for Influenza A subtype H22N17. Reportedly over 15,000 victims have died by the time of its release.

      ||May 20th: Tsai Ing-wen (Democratic Progressive Party) is inaugurated and takes the Presidential Office.

      ||November 22nd: TransAsia Airways suspends its operations and shuts down indefinitely.

  • 2017 - August 30th: The Carrington Institute begins collaborating with various companies within the Formosan Automotive Industry to implement Null-G Tech in cars.

      ||September 23rd: dataDyne subsidiary DataFlow unveils AirFlow.Net, an automated flight program developed by Cassandra V. De Vries to prevent accidents involving Null-G vehicles.

  • 2018 - January 1st: Trent Easton is named Director-General of the National Security Bureau.

  • 2019 - April 9th: Under majority vote, the Formosan Coalition for Progressive Economics formally reorganizes into the Economic Progressive Party (EPP), returning to its more conservative roots.

  • 2020 - January 3rd: While under the employment of dataDyne as part of a project involving linguistics and code-breaking, independent researcher Nathan Ziegler goes missing. dataDyne begins to search for him.

      ||January 21st: Taiwan reports its first case of Covid-19.

      ||January 28th: The Carrington Institute hires a bail enforcement agency to hunt down and retrieve Nathan Ziegler before dataDyne.

      ||March 10th–13th: A Corporate War is fought cautiously between dataDyne and the Carrington Institute across Formosa. dataDyne CEO Zhang Li is assassinated, but the world believes he's a victim of Covid.

      ||March 24th: The International Olympic Committee votes to postpone the 2020 Summer Olympics by a year.

      ||May 20th: Joshua Clanton II (Economic Progressive Party) is inaugurated and takes the Presidential Office as the first Formosan President to be of African descent.

      ||September 26th: The dataDyne Board of Directors convene with the Chief Executive Officers of dataDyne's largest subsidiaries to begin preparations for the selection of a new CEO for the parent company.

      ||October 14th–15th: Various corporations assault the corporate medical facility in which Dr. Thaddeus Rose is residing, hoping to use his extraction to gain publicity for bringing him to light.

      ||October 16th: While under the custody of the Carrington Institute, Dr. Thaddeus Rose is convinced to commit suicide by DataFlow CEO Cassandra De Vries, whom later kills the CEO of pharmaDyne, Friedrich R. Murray.

      ||October 22nd: Cassandra De Vries is named CEO and Director of the dataDyne Corporation by the Board of Directors.

  • 2021 - January 17th: The CEO of Zentek, Georg Bricker, is assassinated within the forests of Taiwan. With his death, the failing company is free to be preyed upon by larger corporations.

      ||January 22nd: Following the mysterious death of Beck-Yama InterNational CFO Shin Matsuo during a trip to Tokyo, Japan, all major corporations within the Republic enter a state of emergency.

      ||January 30th: DataFlow postpones the implementation of AirFlow.Net 2.0 due to a minor programming error detected within the system's signal-processing apparatus.

      ||June 1st–22nd: Taiwan hosts the 2021 Summer Olympics.

      ||November 17th: DataFlow activates AirFlow.Net 2.0, using a newly created AI, designated Arthur, to monitor and maintain the safe, efficient, and speedy flow of all Null-G traffic.

  • 2024 - May 20th: Joshua Clanton II is inaugurated for his second term.

  • 2028 - May 20th: Alistair Carrington (Party for Civic Unity) is inaugurated and takes the Presidential Office as the first Formosan President to be of European descent.

  • 2041 - March 1st: Hyuuga Manufacturing finishes the development of the Wave Motion Engine, an advanced engine-generator system that allows Formosan warships to utilize energy weapons and shields.

22nd Century
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I know that this is pretty bare bones right now, but I'd like to have some feedback on the formatting for this factbook that I've made for my oldest nation. Depending on how the experience goes, I might go out of my way to make something similar for this one...though it will probably be a bit more complicated since I haven't fleshed out the lore of this nation as much as that one.

Indochina and oceania wrote:10000 Islands: Sibling Shenanigans Edition


Indochina and oceania wrote:10000 Islands: Sibling Shenanigans Edition

Hahah,Not really..-,-

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