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Tags: Password, Social, Founderless, Offsite Forums, Minuscule, and Video Game.

Regional Power: Moderate

GTA Forums contains 5 nations, the 3,318th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Primitive in GTA Forums

Nations were ranked by World Census officials based on the number of natural phenomena attributed to the unknowable will of animal-based spirit gods.

As a region, GTA Forums is ranked 21,694th in the world for Most Primitive.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Geniocracy of ZyoniaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Wisdom outweighs any wealth”
2.The United Kingdom of Santos CastillosNew York Times Democracy“Speak loudly, and swing your big stick”
3.The Most Serene Republic of RaavistyaLiberal Democratic Socialists“United in Excellence”
4.The Aquatic Weasels of The Otter ArchipelagoCivil Rights Lovefest“When in Doubt, Swim”
5.The Technocratic Autocracy of SubteranniaDemocratic Socialists“Obedience Through Suffering”

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oh thank god we weren't invaded (again)

So, we're kinda shrinking, hey

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The Otter Archipelago wrote:So, we're kinda shrinking, hey

methinks most people simply forget to log in and their nation gets automatically binned.
some of them are asking for the password again lol. because it kicks you from the region if your nation goes on 'vacation.'

After a big event like a raid or some such; there is interest for maybe a week before the activity starts to dip again. You'd need some kind of sustained element of competition or something along those lines that keeps the thread on the forum active, and people coming back on here.



yeah but how do you think most people 'play' this game?
I login every day. but it's only because, when I open my browser, NationStates is one of several tabs that are setup to load in my list of favorites. then I can browse through them (or not, close em' all) and see everything at a glance. like my email and work drive and facebook and all these things load at once if I click through my favorite bookmarks/tabs. I don't see them all at once but they're loaded behind each other. same setup on my laptop as my desktop at home.

so it would take a real emergency for something to happen to Dudeville ;)


A real emergency or the slow march of time

Post self-deleted by The Otter Archipelago.

Post self-deleted by The Otter Archipelago.

Dear region: what have we become?

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