by Max Barry

Latest Forum Topics

American Union RMB

WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The Republic of Tessen

Last WA Update:

Board Activity History Admin Rank

Largest Automobile Manufacturing Sector: 243rd Most Cultured: 379th Highest Disposable Incomes: 426th+23
Largest Information Technology Sector: 534th Most Scientifically Advanced: 609th Largest Retail Industry: 757th Highest Economic Output: 788th Most Devout: 795th Largest Manufacturing Sector: 795th Most Cheerful Citizens: 820th Smartest Citizens: 889th Largest Publishing Industry: 946th Highest Average Incomes: 948th Most Rebellious Youth: 1,001st Most Influential: 1,175th Highest Wealthy Incomes: 1,422nd Largest Cheese Export Sector: 1,473rd Largest Furniture Restoration Industry: 1,476th Most Nations: 1,664th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,695th Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 1,768th Highest Poor Incomes: 1,818th Largest Basket Weaving Sector: 1,848th Lowest Crime Rates: 1,860th Healthiest Citizens: 1,896th Most Developed: 2,004th
World Factbook Entry

The American Union (AU) is a multi-player ROLEPLAY region set in the 1920s. It is located on Earth 1 of the Baas Multiverse.


REGION GEOGRAPHY: - North America, Central America, South America and the Caribbean.

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


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


Region directed by Jon / Tessen. (See: LinkOfficial Blog) -- (Region Established: 9-29-2013)


REGIONS: - TransPacific | American Union | TransAtlantic | Euroba | Libica | Midia | Ruthenia | Chindia | Alternate Earth



Embassies: TransPacific, TransAtlantic, Alternate Earth, Ruthenia, Chindia, Midia, Euroba, and Libica.

Tags: Human-Only, Offsite Forums, Password, Past Tech, Role Player, Serious, and Small.

American Union contains 9 nations, the 1,664th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Trout Fishing Sector in American Union

The World Census conducted frenzied haggling with fishmongers in order to determine which nations have the largest fishing industries.

As a region, American Union is ranked 5,079th in the world for Largest Trout Fishing Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Parliamentary Democracy of British Canada AUCorporate Bordello“-”
2.The Republic of Sandinista NicaraguaCorrupt Dictatorship“En Dios confiamos”
3.The Dominion in Denial of Nearly FinlandCivil Rights Lovefest“UNUS PRO OMNIBUS, OMNES PRO UNO!”
4.The Kingdom of Michigan AUInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Si quaeris peninsulam amoenam circumspice”
5.The Republic of British West Indies AUCorporate Bordello“He hath founded it upon the seas”
6.The Republic of TessenInoffensive Centrist Democracy“In God We Trust”
7.The Republic of New Texas AUCapitalist Paradise“Our Faith is Our Strength”
8.The Democratic States of Cascadia and ColumbiaCivil Rights Lovefest“Free and United We Stand”
9.The United States of America AUInoffensive Centrist Democracy“E Pluribus Unum”

Regional Happenings

More...

American Union Regional Message Board

The land claim for Tessen is complete.

I have also filled out some of the other already-posted land claims with top real-world resources, beyond what this historical simulation noted. This adds a few valuable resources to some nations. I didn't go in depth, but rather just listed a few real world resources for which those land claims are known. This means, Michigan, now has a few agricultural options, etc. Nothing fancy, just adding a little economic flexibility beyond what the simulation listed.

Please don't ask me to add additional resources to your land claims based upon real world resources not listed on those claim. Limits are what we're going for here -- just the major-industry resources, particularly farm, orchard or vineyard related.

Finale
No one particularly paid attention to the gibbet just outside the Royal Palace in Southfield, mainly because the numerous hangings had long since ceased to be a novelty. Occasionally, someone would stop by and look up, to see if there was anybody they recognized - usually, there wasn't. On the rare occasions where notorious criminals would be caught, there might be a small crowd of the curious attending the hanging ceremony, but most of the time the hangings were carried out with little fanfare or procedure.

Today, there was a small crowd. The Royal Police had caught who was supposedly a notorious terrorist that had bombed several railroad depots and had been caught trying to smuggle a bomb into the British embassy. As he mounted the scaffolding, several men jeered, while at least one woman sobbed. The jeers were divided between jeers at the man, and jeers at the officials hanging him.

"Today, we see justice prevail over evil, order prevail over anarchy, law prevail over passion," the judge intoned. "Have you any last words, Mr. Mackenzie?"

"This isn't justice!" Mack's voice rang out, loud and clear over the crowd. "This is a fraud! This whole government is nothing but a puppet of masters over the ocean that don't care for the likes of you and me! This isn't justice; this is tyranny. You see before you a man who was framed, and is hanged injustly. Remember my name, friends of freedom! Remember my name, fellow Michiganders!"

At that last entreaty, the lever was pulled, and the trapdoor fell from underneath him. The executioner had done his job well - Mack's neck broke the instant he hit the rope's limit. "And so justice is served," the executioner intoned.

The crowd dispersed, many of them muttering about the amount of crazy people that existed in Michigan nowadays. Most would go on to forget Mack, the incident passing out of their mind almost as soon as they left the square. But a few remembered, and no more so than the little boy whose father had just danced with the hangman. He stood there, watching the body dangle in the breeze, and he whispered to his father, "I promise, pa. I will remember."

Oh, er... cover thine eyes, child! Nothing to see here! No injustices committed, certainly no violations of the findings of the Royal Commission on Capital Punishment!

Excellent writing, sir.

United Kingdom AU wrote:Oh, er... cover thine eyes, child! Nothing to see here! No injustices committed, certainly no violations of the findings of the Royal Commission on Capital Punishment!

Excellent writing, sir.

Why, thank you.

Though I somehow highly doubt that that sort of British government agency would have any interest in a backwater nation that's not even worth the time to annex to Canada. :D

Oh, speaking of witches, did you want those prize claims now, Tessen?

Michigan AU wrote:Oh, speaking of witches, did you want those prize claims now, Tessen?

I'll request those shortly. It is not my intention to forget about them. ;)

Michigan AU wrote:Oh, speaking of witches, did you want those prize claims now, Tessen?

Wait, what prize claims are you two on about?

OOC: Literally everyone else: We're gonna update our privacy policy across the board to comply with the GRPD.

Facebook: We're gonna create separate privacy policies between Europe and the rest of the world to protect our business model.

And that is why I no longer have a Facebook account. As you were.

*elevator music plays*

Michigan AU wrote:*elevator music plays*

Is it quite soothing, isn't it? ;)

Forum View