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Africasia RMB

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Founder: The Republic of New Melita

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Africasia (AFK) is a multi-player ROLEPLAY region set in the 1920s. It is located on Earth 1 of the Baas Multiverse.


REGION GEOGRAPHY: - Africa and the Middle East. -- (not all land claims are available)

NEW NATIONS: - To request a land claim in order to roleplay in this region, please move to Alternate Earth and follow the instructions.


Africasia History Timeline | Roleplay Resource List | Roleplay Calendar | LinkRegion Forum & Museum


Region directed by Jon / Tessen. (See: LinkOfficial Blog) -- (Region Established: 11-1-2015)


REGIONS: - TransPacific | American Union | TransAtlantic | West Europa | Africasia | Russena | Chindia | Alternate Earth



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    AFK: Claimed Land = Africa

    BulletinPolicy by New Melita . 243 reads.

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    AFK: Claimed Land = Middle East

    BulletinPolicy by New Melita . 483 reads.

Embassies: TransPacific, American Union, TransAtlantic, Chindia, West Europa, Russena, and Alternate Earth.

Tags: Social, Minuscule, Role Player, Past Tech, and Password.

Africasia is home to a single nation.

Today's World Census Report

The Fattest Citizens in Africasia

World Census takers tracked the sale of Cheetos and Twinkies to ascertain which nations most enjoyed the "kind bud."

As a region, Africasia is ranked 8,420th in the world for Fattest Citizens.

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Africasia Regional Message Board

Soviet tripoli

I am beginning to suspect that these regions will never be set up.

It's time for the Nearly Finnish presidential elections! I was feeling a bit like not doing this, since I don't think the region is very representative of the population of my country, but I like having all the information about the candidates being considered and evaluated, and not knowing who will win. So here we go! The new primaries are finally over, and we have five major candidates. Thanks to the nonpartisan process, their political party really is more of a side note now. So if you haven't done this before, here's how it works. Read the candidate descriptions, either below or in my 1926 federal election dispatch with the exact same information. Then reply to my post saying which candidate you would vote for, roleplaying slightly as a Nearly Finnish voter. I add my one vote, and then I add them all up when this ends. You can write in someone you made up, but you have to include the basic character description that these have, and they can't be citizens of another nation in the region. You can't vote with a puppet nation, and you don't need a land claim to vote. Obviously, you don't have to participate, it would be nice though. So, without further ado, here they are, in firstname alphabetical order.

Dell Hadley
From: Los Angeles, California
Short Desc: Somewhat of a prodigy, analytical, kind, attentive
Age: 20
Relevant career: He's held several local government offices, is the youngest Member of Parliament, and created a charity instrumental in the European aid programme.
Significant issues:
-Improve security so something like the terrorist attack on Sacramento never happens again
-People shouldn't have to feel insecure because they don't meet society's criteria of normal
-More individualized teaching method, rather than some schools' method of "trying to make students fit a mold"
-Work with law enforcement to crack down on child abuse and kidnapping issues
-Identify which industries are in the most trouble, and foster economic recovery through targeted funding
-Rehabilitation-oriented prison system
-Maintain European aid programme, but put more vested interest into stability of nations so things do not get worse, and make foreign aid a more continuous system
-Keep highly professional, well-equipped, but smaller armed forces
Party: Leaf party

Haven Belcher
From: Phoenix, Arizona
Short Desc: Cynical, humorous, often prides self in acting strangely
Age: 47
Relevant career: former governor of Arizona
Significant issues:
-Abolish both welfare and business welfare
-Privatize secondary education
-Aid programme was with good intentions, but gets us caught up in too much international conflict
-Government should foster competition for technological advancement in industry
-Military should have even more restrictions on under what circumstances it can engage in war
-National government should leave more decisions up to province and local governments, like education and emergency services
-Reduce size of standing army in favour of SDF national guard
-Vows to make at least one inconsequencial but random decision a day
Party: Libertarian

Lionel Corbyn
From: Newark, New Jersey (USA)
Short Desc: Reserved, reputable, and dedicated
Age: 58
Relevant career: Criminal Defense Lawyer, National Attorney-general, boxer, member of parliament
Significant issues:
-Improve law enforcement and justice system
-Income-proportional fines
-Improve public coverage of addiction recovery, and psychological issues, more funding for NDC researcg
-Put some funds back into welfare programs
-Work on establishing friendly ties with other nations
-Prevent depletion of timber and game by establishing more protected areas and setting quotas
-Never use military outside of defense unless part of international effort
-Provide business subsidies based on jobs created
Party: Social Democratic Party

Peter Rangell
From: Las Cruces, New Mexico
Short Desc: Serious, adamant, slightly pious
Age: 40
Relevant career: formerly in Mexican army, former deputy governor of New Mexico, former attorney-general of Nearly Finland
Significant issues:
-Restore business subsidies, loss of those did more damage to economy than the outbreak
-NDC should dedicate itself to research, freeing up the rest of the medical field for the private sector
-Abolish most protected wild areas, restore mining sector
-Teach Christian values and beliefs in public school
-Continue to increase armed forces
-Police should be better-funded and be controlled more locally
-Oppose spread of Soviet Union's influence internationally
-Prioritizing the court system is all well and good, but prison is punishment, for deterrence to work, it should feel more that way.
Party: Market Party

Rio Wicleah
From: Bakersfield, California
Short Desc: Energetic, jokester, intelligent
Age: 28
Relevant career: Educator, comedian, California minister of education
Significant issues:
-Students should have more time for their personal lives, instead of having knowledge crammed into them
-Establish incredibly tacky dress codes for political office
-Nature is synonymous to the country, protect natural areas for people to enjoy
-Work to set up international exchange program with countries all over the world
-Foster growth of arts and culture through education, not just technology
-Spread international trade and interactions, break down barriers
-Use funds not only to help industries, but also areas of cultural significance, like theatre
-Individual workers should be protected by law from a broader range of unfair treatment, lessening the need for strikes which hurt business
Party: Florid party (minor party)

My one vote goes out to Dell, although I'm more of an Apple person. Voting closes either 48 hours after this post, or after I get ten more votes, whichever happens first. Thanks for participating, assuming you do, and if you don't, thanks for taking the time to read this!

Soviet tripoli wrote:I am beginning to suspect that these regions will never be set up.


I understand. Tessen's incredibly busy, and tries to do a lot at once, so it will definitely still be a while. Wish I could do something to help.

Spanish africana

Nearly Finland wrote:It's time for the Nearly Finnish presidential elections! I was feeling a bit like not doing this, since I don't think the region is very representative of the population of my country, but I like having all the information about the candidates being considered and evaluated, and not knowing who will win. So here we go! The new primaries are finally over, and we have five major candidates. Thanks to the nonpartisan process, their political party really is more of a side note now. So if you haven't done this before, here's how it works. Read the candidate descriptions, either below or in my 1926 federal election dispatch with the exact same information. Then reply to my post saying which candidate you would vote for, roleplaying slightly as a Nearly Finnish voter. I add my one vote, and then I add them all up when this ends. You can write in someone you made up, but you have to include the basic character description that these have, and they can't be citizens of another nation in the region. You can't vote with a puppet nation, and you don't need a land claim to vote. Obviously, you don't have to participate, it would be nice though. So, without further ado, here they are, in firstname alphabetical order.
Dell Hadley
From: Los Angeles, California
Short Desc: Somewhat of a prodigy, analytical, kind, attentive
Age: 20
Relevant career: He's held several local government offices, is the youngest Member of Parliament, and created a charity instrumental in the European aid programme.
Significant issues:
-Improve security so something like the terrorist attack on Sacramento never happens again
-People shouldn't have to feel insecure because they don't meet society's criteria of normal
-More individualized teaching method, rather than some schools' method of "trying to make students fit a mold"
-Work with law enforcement to crack down on child abuse and kidnapping issues
-Identify which industries are in the most trouble, and foster economic recovery through targeted funding
-Rehabilitation-oriented prison system
-Maintain European aid programme, but put more vested interest into stability of nations so things do not get worse, and make foreign aid a more continuous system
-Keep highly professional, well-equipped, but smaller armed forces
Party: Leaf party
Haven Belcher
From: Phoenix, Arizona
Short Desc: Cynical, humorous, often prides self in acting strangely
Age: 47
Relevant career: former governor of Arizona
Significant issues:
-Abolish both welfare and business welfare
-Privatize secondary education
-Aid programme was with good intentions, but gets us caught up in too much international conflict
-Government should foster competition for technological advancement in industry
-Military should have even more restrictions on under what circumstances it can engage in war
-National government should leave more decisions up to province and local governments, like education and emergency services
-Reduce size of standing army in favour of SDF national guard
-Vows to make at least one inconsequencial but random decision a day
Party: Libertarian
Lionel Corbyn
From: Newark, New Jersey (USA)
Short Desc: Reserved, reputable, and dedicated
Age: 58
Relevant career: Criminal Defense Lawyer, National Attorney-general, boxer, member of parliament
Significant issues:
-Improve law enforcement and justice system
-Income-proportional fines
-Improve public coverage of addiction recovery, and psychological issues, more funding for NDC researcg
-Put some funds back into welfare programs
-Work on establishing friendly ties with other nations
-Prevent depletion of timber and game by establishing more protected areas and setting quotas
-Never use military outside of defense unless part of international effort
-Provide business subsidies based on jobs created
Party: Social Democratic Party
Peter Rangell
From: Las Cruces, New Mexico
Short Desc: Serious, adamant, slightly pious
Age: 40
Relevant career: formerly in Mexican army, former deputy governor of New Mexico, former attorney-general of Nearly Finland
Significant issues:
-Restore business subsidies, loss of those did more damage to economy than the outbreak
-NDC should dedicate itself to research, freeing up the rest of the medical field for the private sector
-Abolish most protected wild areas, restore mining sector
-Teach Christian values and beliefs in public school
-Continue to increase armed forces
-Police should be better-funded and be controlled more locally
-Oppose spread of Soviet Union's influence internationally
-Prioritizing the court system is all well and good, but prison is punishment, for deterrence to work, it should feel more that way.
Party: Market Party
Rio Wicleah
From: Bakersfield, California
Short Desc: Energetic, jokester, intelligent
Age: 28
Relevant career: Educator, comedian, California minister of education
Significant issues:
-Students should have more time for their personal lives, instead of having knowledge crammed into them
-Establish incredibly tacky dress codes for political office
-Nature is synonymous to the country, protect natural areas for people to enjoy
-Work to set up international exchange program with countries all over the world
-Foster growth of arts and culture through education, not just technology
-Spread international trade and interactions, break down barriers
-Use funds not only to help industries, but also areas of cultural significance, like theatre
-Individual workers should be protected by law from a broader range of unfair treatment, lessening the need for strikes which hurt business
Party: Florid party (minor party)
My one vote goes out to Dell, although I'm more of an Apple person. Voting closes either 48 hours after this post, or after I get ten more votes, whichever happens first. Thanks for participating, assuming you do, and if you don't, thanks for taking the time to read this!

Nobody here but us puppets! :D

Whoops. I thought the caliphate wasn't.

Nearly Finland wrote:Whoops. I thought the caliphate wasn't.

I believe they're Cascadia's puppet.

Soviet tripoli wrote:I am beginning to suspect that these regions will never be set up.

Hang in there. I have to get a number of AU templates taken care of before I can breeze through set-up in our other regions. We're almost there. Almost.

Soviet tripoli

Soviet tripoli

Tessen wrote:Hang in there. I have to get a number of AU templates taken care of before I can breeze through set-up in our other regions. We're almost there. Almost.

Let's hope. Otherwise the world isn't going to have any rubber. :)

New Melita

Soviet tripoli wrote:Let's hope. Otherwise the world isn't going to have any rubber. :)

Brazil has plenty of rubber. ;)

Soviet tripoli

Tessen wrote:Brazil has plenty of rubber. ;)

But no one has Brazil. And I'm maxed out on powerful puppets.

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