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Claven wrote:One step closer to a psychotic dictatorship eh?

It seems so

Greetings from The Glorious Queendom of Zanzatar!

Greetings from the Protectorate of Pfaltz-Saar! Unlike our name suggests, We only occupy the former territories of a Palatinate, not the ideas and traditions that might accompany one.

Nice to meet a fellow Taijitian even if our...methods are different.

Hello hello

Hello.

Terran obrana

The Federation of Terran Obrana welcomes all visitors! Just... ignore the tanks.

The true democracy of america

The nation of rapture wrote:Sanders 2016.
Vote pirate party.

Pirate Party?! Vote DDP (Direct Democracy Party)!

(Oh, and Sanders is a Democrat. Hope you knew that, lol)

The true democracy of america

Oh, and #14 for Most Compassionate? Hell yes.

XD

Claven

Oh, and is there a map?

Zanzatar wrote:Oh, and is there a map?

Yes there is. On the regional forums 😄

Okay. Thank you.

Welsh corgis puppy

Aargh, I'll sell ya'z a map.

Welsh corgis puppy wrote:Aargh, I'll sell ya'z a map.

Does it lead to da booty

13th out of 400+? I'll take it.
My citizens don't need to live long anyway~

Claven

422 out of 446 😄

And whoa that's a lot of new nations

20th out of 400+. Not as bad as Patagoniae at least. Sorry there buddy.
P.S. Vote Vermin Supreme 2016!

Claven

231 out of 400+
Meh I'll roll with it

Cathorcea wrote:20th out of 400+. Not as bad as Patagoniae at least. Sorry there buddy.
P.S. Vote Vermin Supreme 2016!

No, no. It's better than you think. This way, they're still young when they die, and their meat is thus juicier and higher-quality. It makes for excellent cost-saving in food preparation.

Patagoniae wrote:No, no. It's better than you think. This way, they're still young when they die, and their meat is thus juicier and higher-quality. It makes for excellent cost-saving in food preparation.

😱😱😱😱😱

Cannibals vs cannabis

Patagoniae wrote:No, no. It's better than you think. This way, they're still young when they die, and their meat is thus juicier and higher-quality. It makes for excellent cost-saving in food preparation.

May I suggest Johnathon Swift's "A modest proposal" for guidance on running your country f that's your attitude :)

Patagoniae

Claven wrote:😱😱😱😱😱

Cannibals vs cannabis

To be fair, we don't need cannabis here. The drinking water's enough to get people sky-high ^u^

Feniquyar

Patagoniae wrote:To be fair, we don't need cannabis here. The drinking water's enough to get people sky-high ^u^

Perhaps I should visit. Any major attractions?

Claven wrote:Perhaps I should visit. Any major attractions?

There's a quite wonderful amusement park built off our shore. It's famous for its signature food, fried sea gull with a smattering of crude oil.
We also have the state-run prison factories, where you can see inmates making cheap baubles. Poking at them with sticks and throwing them peanuts requires an extra fee.
And finally, we have the pyramid altar in our capital. They say that, on a holy day, the steps run red with blood, and it's no exaggeration. It's all worth it, though, since it's in worship of the divine leader!

So, yes. As you can tell, we have thriving opportunities for tourists. Patagoniae is certainly an excellent place to visit!

😂😂😂

What if the food? What are the hot dogs made out of?

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