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Most Influential: 294th Most Nations: 628th Most Cultured: 756th+32
Largest Black Market: 814th Highest Economic Output: 942nd Most World Assembly Endorsements: 999th Largest Publishing Industry: 1,090th Healthiest Citizens: 1,104th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,131st Best Weather: 1,219th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,310th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,316th Smartest Citizens: 1,317th Most Advanced Public Transport: 1,386th Highest Food Quality: 1,393rd Nicest Citizens: 1,412th Lowest Crime Rates: 1,417th Most Corrupt Governments: 1,433rd Largest Governments: 1,548th Highest Average Incomes: 1,626th Most Scientifically Advanced: 1,688th Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 1,705th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,817th Largest Information Technology Sector: 1,819th Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,882nd Most Subsidized Industry: 1,903rd Highest Poor Incomes: 1,931st Most Compassionate Citizens: 1,938th Highest Wealthy Incomes: 2,043rd Most Inclusive: 2,161st Most Developed: 2,190th Largest Retail Industry: 2,206th Most Secular: 2,282nd Most Advanced Law Enforcement: 2,424th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 2,498th
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And there, in the fading light, lay Albion.


Embassies: the South Pacific, the West Pacific, The Communist Bloc, Equilism, The Western Isles, The Commonwealth of Crowns, Equinox, The Beach, Unknown, Bailiwick of New Jersey, Pax Britannia, and Elcor.

Tags: Fantasy Tech, Featured, Founderless, Game Player, Independent, Magical, Map, Medium, Mercenary, Monarchist, Multi-Species, Neutral, and 6 others.Offsite Chat, Offsite Forums, Password, Past Tech, Regional Government, and Role Player.

Regional Power: Moderate

Albion contains 27 nations, the 628th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Pizza Delivery Sector in Albion

World Census staff spent many nights answering the front door in order to measure which nations have the biggest Pizza Delivery industries.

As a region, Albion is ranked 11,217th in the world for Largest Pizza Delivery Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Kingdom of East OceaniaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“For Konge og Fedreland”
2.The Duchy of Grand EnwikCorporate Police State“Rule Gloriana”
3.The Arling of CalabekNew York Times Democracy“Be Always Vigilant”
4.The Federation of Prince DodongoAnarchy“It's Dangerous To Go Alone”
5.The Queendom of RinneInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Dirty Majesty”
6.The Theocracy of CuldiCapitalist Paradise“In Ministerium Dei et Regis”
7.The Free Land of Memories of BrightwallTyranny by Majority“We remember”
8.The Arcanum Imperium of EldraharFather Knows Best State“Magick is life.”
9.The Crusaders of Cross Crosslet FitcheeFather Knows Best State“England Rules the Waves but the French Waive the Rules”
10.The Borough of BatterseaMoralistic Democracy“Non mihi, non tibi, sed nobis.”
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Happy St. Patrick's Day, Albion!

Alitonia, Moly, Shvarcvald, Culdi, and 1 otherRinne

sets out tea, coffee, and cakes

Hello. I was just wondering:does anyone know how to do the colourful gradient writing/fonts like in the WFE? 😀🌈Thanks a lot!!

Zoronoa wrote:Hello. I was just wondering:does anyone know how to do the colourful gradient writing/fonts like in the WFE? 😀🌈Thanks a lot!!

It's an individual colour tag for each letter.

Happy Pride Month!

Are we going to have a new poll anytime soon? Also, what do people think on heriditary titles? Our monarchy has them automatically but other countries don't...

In her interview earlier this week, , Maëllba Princess of Oldwick said that when she was pregnant, there were conversations about her future child’s status, including what title he or she should receive.

“They were saying they didn’t want him to be a prince or princess, not knowing what the gender would be, which would be different from protocol,” she said.

(above) Princess Maëllba of Oldwick before her pregnancy in 2019

What does royal protocol say?

The rules about who gets to be a prince and also be referred to as his royal highness (HRH) come from a scroll patent issued by King Antönyas Pantaléon XIV (the ruler of Grandia Sebastia, now present-day Ultra Grandia Sebastia) in November 1122.

Scrolls patent are legal instruments which may take the form of an open letter from the monarch. They may be used for royal declarations or the granting of titles such as peerages.

In the 1122 letter, Antönyas Pantaléon XIV declared that the great-grandchildren of the monarch would no longer be princes or princesses, except for the eldest son of the eldest son of the Prince of Brocklehurst.

In our current situation, that means that Ugly Prince Rupert, the eldest son of Prince Guillaume , automatically became a prince, but not Aristote, even though they are both great-grandsons of the Seated Monarch.
Under this protocol, Ugly Prince Rupert’s siblings – Margotte and Vuitton – would not have received the title either.

But in December 2012, the Seated Monarch also issued a letter patent which said that all of Prince Guillaume ’s children would be entitled to be princes or princesses and get the HRH title.

Also, being a prince or princess only goes through the male line, which means that the children of Crown Princess Nuna did not get those titles despite being the Seated Monarch’s grandchildren.

(above) Prince Henrioux of Oldwick in regal attire, 2019

What about Aristote’s title?

According to the 1122 letter, Aristote is entitled to become a prince – but not yet.

The children of Henriroux and Maëllba, the Prince and Princess of Oldwick, would have to wait until Crown Prince Ceorl, the heir to the throne, became king, at which point they would be the grandchildren of the monarch and hence entitled to be princes or princesses.

That is why Prince Waldren’s daughters – Lattice and Yujin – were princesses from birth, for example.

The Princess of Oldwick, who is originally from Paperino, was clearly aware of the protocol. She referred in the interview to a “Antönyas Pantaléon XIV or Ye Olde Grandia Sebastia convention” that would mean her son Aristote would become a prince “when Henriroux’s dad becomes king”.

But she went on to say that she had been told when she was pregnant that “they want to change the convention for Aristote” so he would not become a prince.

She did not give any more details about this and Lewisham Castle has not commented on her claims.

“I saw that Maëllba mentioned that there were plans to narrow eligibility and I imagine that this is a reference to the Prince of Brocklehurst’s stated view that the size of the royal family needs to be reduced,” said Maurice Robber from the Constitution Unit at LinkSOAS.

“However, he has not so far as I know given details of how it should be accomplished.”

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New poll, idiots!

As you should well know, there are far too many excellent films with queer characters, themes, and plots. However, these are a few gems both under and overrated, spanning genres and decades, united only by their depiction of love and identity in fascinating and often impactful ways. If you have seen any of these, which is your favourite? If you have not, I suggest you look for one and try watching. Beware, several of these are not suitable for young audiences and some portray scenes that may be difficult for some viewers. Do your own research to see if a particular film is suitable for you.

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Are there any films you wish had been included in this list? Let me know! I will ignore you and continue to do whatever I well please, but the option is still there.

3 days 8 hours ago: Regional Founder The king of albion ceased to exist.

Alas. I was once a CTE'd founder of Albion. I think that was around 2005. Good to see the region is password protected.

Auphelia wrote:New poll, idiots!

As you should well know, there are far too many excellent films with queer characters, themes, and plots. However, these are a few gems both under and overrated, spanning genres and decades, united only by their depiction of love and identity in fascinating and often impactful ways. If you have seen any of these, which is your favourite? If you have not, I suggest you look for one and try watching. Beware, several of these are not suitable for young audiences and some portray scenes that may be difficult for some viewers. Do your own research to see if a particular film is suitable for you.

page=poll/p=174954

Are there any films you wish had been included in this list? Let me know! I will ignore you and continue to do whatever I well please, but the option is still there.

what?

Westwind Armed Forces wrote:3 days 8 hours ago: Regional Founder The king of albion ceased to exist.

Alas. I was once a CTE'd founder of Albion. I think that was around 2005. Good to see the region is password protected.

The King has resurrected! Long live the King!

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