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Agora RMB

WA Delegate: The Archduchy of Saint Olav (elected )

Founder: The Naked Nomads of Nemonicus

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 53rd Most Nations: 455th Most Cultured: 949th+6
Most Rebellious Youth: 1,014th Most Influential: 1,036th Largest Publishing Industry: 1,232nd Most Inclusive: 1,340th Smartest Citizens: 1,577th Most Secular: 1,982nd
World Factbook Entry

Founded April 1, 2016 --- Today is Zefe (July) 22, Year of Gettenfeld.


"We're seriously silly, and silly about our seriousness"

Agora is a fun, eccentric region where we like to have fun and frolic about in the Confluence. We pride ourselves in our inclusiveness, openness to new ideas, the diversity of nations we have from around the world, and our beacon for bacon!

If you would like to join us, please move your nation to the Customs of Agora to have your papers processed for immigration. Please look at the Immigration factbook located below for more information. After Customs, please introduce yourself on the RMB here. We would love to get to know you.



Embassies: Zhaucauozian Friendship, The Bar on the corner of every region, Novapax, The Doxford, Queens Coming Into Our Own, Norrland, Wintreath, The United Caribbean Island Alliance, Customs of Agora, 21st Century Rome, Agoran Imperial Army Headquarters, West Side of Agora, The Embassy, The Honorary Allied Nation States, The Commonwealth Times, Underworld, and 1 other.Regionless.

Tags: Silly, Social, Password, Medium, Neutral, Role Player, Casual, and Serious.

Regional Power: Moderate

Agora contains 28 nations, the 455th most in the world.

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Today's World Census Report

The Most Authoritarian in Agora

World Census staff loitered innocuously in various public areas and recorded the length of time that passed before they were approached by dark-suited officials.

As a region, Agora is ranked 12,067th in the world for Most Authoritarian.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Democratic Republic of KatipunzenAuthoritarian Democracy“We live by the Decalogue of the Children of the People!”
2.The People's Republic of SjwedenFather Knows Best State“Everyone is equal, some more than others”
3.The Democratorship of JanisportMoralistic Democracy“Tomorrow's country”
4.The Stray Dog of RuberFather Knows Best State“I see a Bad Moon rising”
5.The Private investigator of Janis HolmesInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The Ace Detective”
6.The Holy Empire of Lucius Licinius GryllusCorporate Police State“Morituri te salutamus!”
7.The Nothing is raining down of LakotisInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Live long and prosper”
8.The Republic of Agora ProtergatisScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Στο πνεύμα της Καλοσύνης”
9.The Archduchy of Saint OlavFather Knows Best State“Slaughter is the only means to a new beginning ”
10.The Grand Duchy of SaurisaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Paperclips and Potatoes”
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Last poll: “Do you like learning?”

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Agora Regional Message Board

I got a 79, and also a big F for cost of living. Apparently, the weather is nice, which is arguable. It's nothing special.

Gettenfeld and Lakotis

The Rubik's Cube Enthusiasts of New Dukaine wrote:My neighborhood got a 77, and had a huge F for cost of living, 27% over the rest of the Springs. Weather was an A- which I completely disagree with because of monsoon thunderstorms and blizzards. Crime was an A. That's good I guess.

You're in a good, well-behaved community. Military families have that effect on the towns they inhabit. The only ill-affect of that security is the higher cost of living, lol, being a more desirable place to live.

77, huh? That's probably pretty good.

Gettenfeld

Okay, I ran a few communities through that particular calculator and my critique is that it's none to accurate. It only makes its ruling from one, very white point of view. Diversity, according to the site, equates to crime, which is total bull-puckey, in my opinion.

If anyone finds a better measure of communities, please share.

Gettenfeld and New Dukaine

The Holy Empire of Lucius Licinius Gryllus wrote:Thank you, kindly. It's the Sabbath: no meat before midday.


Wait--people wake up before midday? That doesn't bode well. Nothing good ever happened on a day that began before the crack of noon.

Iescech

The Imperial Union of Iescech wrote:And good morning to everyone on this side of the world, well, I guess on the OTHER side of the world too.


Which side is this side and which is the other? Are we now differentiating between the inside and the outside.

Iescech

The Completely Ridiculous Nation of Estranged Confusion wrote:It should be noted that, although I haven't been much of a fan of math, I do tend to enjoy it to a degree because I have a good grasp of it.


And I enjoy a good grasp of my enemies' throats. Although, according to that pesky judge, doing so is considered illegal, apparently because of some technicality or other called "murder."

The Holy Empire of Lucius Licinius Gryllus wrote:Yes. I've been given a year to live, according to my surgeons


Which year would that be? I understand 1914 was fraught with political excitement. If your surgeons let you choose, pick that one.

The Rubik's Cube Enthusiasts of New Dukaine wrote:Weather was an A- which I completely disagree with because of monsoon thunderstorms and blizzards.


Was one of the judges a moose? That sounds like moose weather, which might account for the higher ranking. Not that I'm spreading conspiracy theories or anything ...

The Smash Hit Movie Version of Brocklandia wrote:Which side is this side and which is the other? Are we now differentiating between the inside and the outside.

Well if you think of it, is there really such a thing as a "side"? Or are there merely points which make up this so called, "side", but really the amount of those points may differ between you and I. So are we really talking about the same thing here?

The Naked Nomads of Nemonicus wrote:Perhaps when you're older you'll understand how to play with others without forcing your own personal need to the top of priorities.


Uhm, hello!--Isn't pushing personal needs to the top of the priorities the entire reason we have an RMB in the first place?

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