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Grace of Gaia RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Voiceless Wilderness of Arudis (elected )

Founder: The Most Graceful of Guardian of Gaia

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 19th Most Nations: 107th Most Valuable International Artwork: 2,343rd
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Welcome, to the Grace of Gaia!

We are a community based on the distant isle known as Gaia, a land ruled as an Absolute Triarchy by the three Royal Houses of Ordek, Neraka, and Aether. We are a cozy, laid back region where you can kick back and relax, enjoy some RP, maybe a debate or two, and generally just have fun!


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    Grace of Gaia - WASP - 4th of July, 2020

    MetaGameplay by Guardian of Gaia . 34 reads.

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    Get Started in the Grace of Gaia

    MetaGameplay by Guardian of Gaia . 257 reads.

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    Grace of Gaia World Assembly Endorsement Program - WASP

    MetaGameplay by Guardian of Gaia . 131 reads.

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    House of Ordek

    MetaGameplay by D V . 252 reads.

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    House of Neraka

    MetaReference by Club Lux . 257 reads.

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    House of Aether

    MetaReference by Arudis . 261 reads.

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    The Shanty Town of O'Hana

    MetaGameplay by Meadina . 101 reads.

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Embassies: Caer Sidi, 21st Century Rome, Lazarus, Geopolity, and Hartfelden.

Tags: Casual, Eco-Friendly, Egalitarian, Enormous, Magical, Map, Monarchist, Multi-Species, Neutral, Offsite Chat, Offsite Forums, Role Player, and 1 other.Social.

Regional Power: High

Grace of Gaia contains 153 nations, the 107th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Pro-Market in Grace of Gaia

This data was compiled by surveying a random sample of businesses with the question, "Do you believe the government is committed to free market policies?"

As a region, Grace of Gaia is ranked 16,541st in the world for Most Pro-Market.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Community of MeadinaBenevolent Dictatorship“Wine Lakes, Meat Forests”
2.The Empire of Soviet society1Capitalist Paradise“Lie or be lied”
3.The Holy Empire of EvityreCorporate Police State“Pride and Prosperity”
4.The Rogue Nation of Outer StuxCapitalist Paradise“Stux to be you”
5.The Federal Republic of The Greater-American-RepublicCompulsory Consumerist State“Out of Many one”
6.The Dictatorship of Faschist TomgirlsCorporate Police State“Might Makes Right”
7.The One God's Glorious Nation of Soldiersend ArchiveRight-wing Utopia“God Only Knows”
8.The Federation of KerchhCompulsory Consumerist State“Greed bows to me. It is my servant and my lever.”
9.The Lucifer Morningstar of Club LuxCapitalizt“Desire, Thought, Freedom”
10.The Most Serene Republic of The Zeven Verenigde NederlandenFree-Market Paradise“We go where the spices go”
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Recent polls: “Minimum wage?”“Should the government be vulnerable to impeachments, and by whom?”

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Grace of Gaia Regional Message Board

The Greater-American-Republic wrote:3 day work weeks in the middle of the week mess with you.

The Greater-American-Republic wrote:https://youtu.be/mS5WYp5xmvI

Sorry to suppress your posts, but please do not double post on our RMB. Instead, use the edit button conveniently located in the bottom right of your posts to add things.

According to most modern economic theories, minimum wage should hurt the economy. But we learned in high school and college economics that despite that fact, the minimum wage actually ended up helping the economy. So my theory is that there is a tipping point somewhere between having a good minimum wage that helps the economy and a large minimum wage that breaks the economy.
Considering almost everything near me lays more than minimum wage, even fast food jobs, I'd say we are NOWHERE NEAR that here in Texas or the USA.

Guardian of Gaia wrote:Question of the Day: What do you miss most about being a kid?

Being The rascal :P

Post by The Global Defence Council suppressed by Arudis.

Club Lux wrote:According to most modern economic theories, minimum wage should hurt the economy. But we learned in high school and college economics that despite that fact, the minimum wage actually ended up helping the economy. So my theory is that there is a tipping point somewhere between having a good minimum wage that helps the economy and a large minimum wage that breaks the economy.
Considering almost everything near me lays more than minimum wage, even fast food jobs, I'd say we are NOWHERE NEAR that here in Texas or the USA.

Your in Texas? Mate I'm here In North Wales.

The Global Defence Council wrote:Your in Texas? Mate I'm here In North Wales.

Arudis wrote:Sorry to suppress your posts, but please do not double post on our RMB. Instead, use the edit button conveniently located in the bottom right of your posts to add things.

Please read the above message.

Club Lux wrote:According to most modern economic theories, minimum wage should hurt the economy. But we learned in high school and college economics that despite that fact, the minimum wage actually ended up helping the economy. So my theory is that there is a tipping point somewhere between having a good minimum wage that helps the economy and a large minimum wage that breaks the economy.
Considering almost everything near me lays more than minimum wage, even fast food jobs, I'd say we are NOWHERE NEAR that here in Texas or the USA.

Oh yeah Collages are known for rejecting everyone with communist sympathys

Club Lux wrote:According to most modern economic theories, minimum wage should hurt the economy. But we learned in high school and college economics that despite that fact, the minimum wage actually ended up helping the economy. So my theory is that there is a tipping point somewhere between having a good minimum wage that helps the economy and a large minimum wage that breaks the economy.
Considering almost everything near me lays more than minimum wage, even fast food jobs, I'd say we are NOWHERE NEAR that here in Texas or the USA.

Meanwhile, I'd say California's wage is well on and above what can be paid by people. Maybe in South Cal people can afford this outrageously high minimum wage (which from all I've heard, seems not even they can afford it), but up here? RIP.

The Greater-American-Republic wrote:Oh yeah Collages are known for rejecting everyone with communist sympathys

What does that have to do with literally anything? Also I live in one of the most conservative states so your argument is invalid lol

(Sorry to double post but it has been much longer than the time allowed in the laws and I don't see the point in editing this in after almost 6 hours.)

D V wrote:Meanwhile, I'd say California's wage is well on and above what can be paid by people. Maybe in South Cal people can afford this outrageously high minimum wage (which from all I've heard, seems not even they can afford it), but up here? RIP.

Considering how expensive things are in Southern California, I would assume that kind of minimum wage is basically a necessity. I know the minimum wage here (the effective minimum of $8-10 an hour, not the real minimum of $7.25 or even lower if you get tips) you can only survive on if you share an apartment and have no kids or old parents to take care of. And even then it depends on how many hours you can get of course

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