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Kjanostan wrote:Okay, so, fun fact, my country's name was originally supposed to be Kîanõstan ['kʲa.nõs.tan], which I had to change due to Nationstates not allowing diacritics, and it comes from Kîanõ, which means "Warrior" in Joban, and -istan, "land of", though the i gets dropped due to vowels not being allowed to cluster. (No, î doesn't count because it doesn't represent a vowel; Rather, it is part of a digraph representing a labialized consonant)

Doesn’t matter! Welcome to NationStates!

Ok I may have good news.
I'm all in to do that hoi4 mod but will initially feature some not all nations of SR ofc.

I Got Your Distress Call And Came Here As Soon As I Wanted To.

The jar tribe

hail to jar jar!

Aerilia wrote:I Got Your Distress Call And Came Here As Soon As I Wanted To.

Oh, great, now he’s come to finish ‘em off!

The jar tribe wrote:hail to jar jar!

no

xd

The jar tribe wrote:hail to jar jar!

No.

The jar tribe

Esthe wrote:No.

why

Esthe wrote:No.

Is that Claire? D:

The jar tribe wrote:why

He’s pathetic.

New Celoveniortan wrote:Is that Claire? D:

Yes.

Esthe wrote:Yes.

I'm really sorry, Esthe :(

The jar tribe

Esthe wrote:He’s pathetic.Yes.

ok... then me and the rest of da jar jar army will coem for you! usia jar jar binks!

The jar tribe wrote:ok... then me and the rest of da jar jar army will coem for you! usia jar jar binks!

🤦‍♂️

The jar tribe

Esthe wrote:🤦‍♂️

lol i joking 👌

Esthe wrote:Oh, great, now he’s come to finish ‘em off!

Finish what off?

Cake?

Ooh is there cake? :D

The jar tribe wrote:lol i joking 👌

Wait, you are, *uncovers eyes*?

The jar tribe wrote:ok... then me and the rest of da jar jar army will coem for you! usia jar jar binks!

I just realised you are new.
Have a look at this:


The North Pacific Handbook


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And here is a welcome spoiler:

Hi there! Welcome to NationStates and The North Pacific!
We have a forum here: https://forum.thenorthpacific.org/
You should join the World Assembly (page=un) and endorse Delegate Francois Isidore and Vicedelegate Cretox State, as well as all of the Security Council to become a Keeper of the North and strengthen our Region! Here is the Security Council:

Note: This handbook covers The North Pacific?s Security Council, the body charged with the region?s security. If you?re looking for information on the World Assembly?s Security Council, start with this subforum instead.

Introduction to the Security Council

The Security Council exists to serve The North Pacific, and to ensure that democracy will always reign in the region. The Security Council consists of trusted members of The North Pacific, with high endorsement counts and high regional influence levels. These nations protect the region against external threats, secure the WA Delegate position in periods of instability, and will enforce a recall of the delegate should such a vote be successful. The Security Council is chaired by the Vice Delegate, a position elected for 4-month terms.

To support regional security, we ask that all WA nations please endorse the following nations:


Security Council of The North Pacific

Cretox State (Vice Delegate)

Pallaith

Siwale

Great Bights Mum

Former English Colony

Sil Dorsett

El Fiji Grande

Cretox State

Dreadton

Ethnon

Frances Francis the First of France

Xagill

Kranostav

Responsibilities of the Security Council

Members of the Security Council are responsible for maintaining high endorsement and influence counts. However, protecting regional security can seem like quite a nebulous mandate, so here are some more specific responsibilities of the Security Council.

~ Stabilizing the region in times of crisis.
This is the primary responsibility of the Security Council, along with preventing crisis situations before they occur. During a Delegate emergency, attack, or other regional security crisis, the Security Council is responsible for securing the region and ensuring the continuation of democracy.
~ Maintaining the ingame Delegate position.
The Security Council is charged with overseeing Delegate transitions, enforcing Delegate recalls, and assuming a leadership role in the event of a rogue Delegacy.
~ Monitoring regional endorsement levels.
To protect the Delegacy from rogue elements and accidental changes, the Security Council works with Vice Delegate Cretox State to monitor regional endorsement levels and ensure that no unauthorized nation strays too close to taking the ingame Delegate position. If a nation does stray too close, the Security Council will contact them regarding their endorsement count and steps to take to address the issue. As of writing, nations can exceed roughly 900 endorsements before being contacted by the Security Council.
~ Monitoring for potential security threats.
The Security Council works alongside the Vice Delegate to identify potential threats to the region's stability, and to ensure that such threats are appropriately handled. Potential security risks can be internal or foreign in nature, and are typically discussed with the Delegate as well.
~ Advising the Vice Delegate regarding citizenship applicants.
The Vice Delegate is responsible for evaluating citizenship applicants on security grounds. Citizenship applicants with potentially problematic backgrounds are discussed with the Security Council, and may end up being rejected on security grounds. The Security Council may also pass standing recommendations regarding specific individuals.
~ Managing the World Assembly Development Program.
The Security Council oversees the region?s WADP, implements improvements, and hosts endorsement-related events. For more information on the WADP, consult this dispatch.

Vice Delegate Mentoring

In addition to evaluating citizenship applicants on security grounds, Vice Delegate Cretox State contacts all citizenship applicants who pass the Vice Delegate's citizenship check with information regarding the Executive Staff, the North Pacific Army, and specific advancement opportunities in the region. This initiative serves as a more targeted complement to the Ministry of Home Affairs' own mentoring program.

Weekly Updates

To keep the region informed on what the Security Council has been doing, Vice Delegate Cretox State provides a weekly update every Sunday. The update is posted on both the regional message board and the Linkregional forum, and is an excellent opportunity for all nations to ask their questions about the Security Council.

Below is a list of all the weekly updates published so far.

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-7-12

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-7-10

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-05-11

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-05-11

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-05-11

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-05-03

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-04-05

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-03-17

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-03-08

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-02-28

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-02-21

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-02-16

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-02-07

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-01-31

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-01-26

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-01-18

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-01-10

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-01-03

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-12-27

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-12-20

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-12-13

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-12-06

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-11-29

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-11-22

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-11-15

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-11-08

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-11-01

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-10-25

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-10-18

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-10-12

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-10-4

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-09-27

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-09-20

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-09-13

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-09-06

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-08-30

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-08-16

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-08-09

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-08-02

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-07-19

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-07-12

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-07-05

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-06-28

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 21 June 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 14 June 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 7 June 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 25 May 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 19 May 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 11 May 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 3 May 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 26 April 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 19 April 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 12 April 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 5 April 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, March 29th, 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, March 22nd, 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, March 1st, 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, February 23rd, 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, February 16th, 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, February 2nd, 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, January 26th, 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, January 19th, 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, January 5th, 2020

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, December 29th, 2019

Weekly Update from the Vice Delegate for Week 13


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Jointly sponsored by the Delegate and Security Council of The North Pacific.

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Useful as well:

If you found the WADP helpful, please upvote this dispatch to help others find it!
TL;DR: Empower your nation and make our region safer!
~ If you are not already a member, join the World Assembly.
~ If (or once) you are a World Assembly member, become a Keeper of the North.
~ After you have become a Keeper, continue exchanging endorsements.
~ While you are a World Assembly member, vote on World Assembly resolutions.

What is this?

The North Pacific WA Development Program (WADP) is a campaign to increase awareness among nations in The North Pacific of the benefits of World Assembly (WA) membership, maintaining high endorsement counts, and voting on WA resolutions. We hope that this campaign will result in a significant increase in the number of WA members, the number of endorsements exchanged, and the number of WA votes cast within The North Pacific. If these objectives are achieved, The North Pacific will become a much more influential and secure region.

Who is running this campaign?

This campaign is organized and coordinated jointly by the Delegate and the Security Council of The North Pacific. The regional security aspects are managed by the Security Council of the North Pacific and the voting aspects are managed by the World Assembly Delegate.

I am interested in helping. What can I do?

First of all, you should make sure to do what is mentioned in the TL;DR box above: first join the World Assembly if you are not already a member, continue to become a Keeper of the North, then continue exchanging endorsements, and finally make sure to vote on World Assembly resolutions.

If you want to go above and beyond, you can help promote this campaign in the following ways:

~ Approve ("upvote") this dispatch.
~ Send telegrams to nations in The North Pacific pointing them to this dispatch, or directly encouraging them to join the World Assembly, become Keepers, and exchange endorsements.
~ Advertise the campaign in materials you publish by using the campaign logo (shown below with code) and linking to this dispatch.
[url=/page=dispatch/id=338370][img]https://forum.thenorthpacific.org/images/wadp_general/tnp_wa_development.png[/img][/url]

How can I keep track of how well we are doing?

Take a look at the reports tab above, which includes many statistics informative of the progress of the campaign.

What do I gain from all this?

First, as mentioned above, by participating in this campaign, you help make our region safer and more influential. This is good for all nations in The North Pacific, including you!

Second, if you do decide to join the World Assembly member, become a Keeper of the North, actively exchange endorsements, and consistently vote on World Assembly resolutions, your nation and your game experience overall will improve in several important ways, described in detail in the three previous links.

Third, if you show that you are actively exchanging endorsements, we will promote your nation so that you can gain endorsements even faster!

Fourth, we will be handing out a generous amount of participation awards and achievements. That's right, there will be a lot of bling you can use to show off. We will also be maintaining special regional censuses, to highlight the most active and consistent endorsers in the region. You can find out more by looking at the benefits tab above.

Last but not least, every day we give away free legendary cards through the card lottery. By participating in this campaign, you can expand your collection to include some of the most valuable cards in the game.

I have some thoughts on improving the WADP, whom do I contact?

Thanks! We greatly appreciate all constructive feedback. Please contact Vice Delegate Cretox State with any comments or questions you may have. The Security Council runs regular surveys regarding the WADP and other areas. No survey is currently open. This page will be updated with ongoing surveys.

This dispatch is updated automatically on a daily basis. Please do not edit manually.



Jointly sponsored by the Delegate and Security Council of The North Pacific.

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And these are our RMB Rules!


The North Pacific Handbook


Before posting on the RMB, you should read the One Stop Rules Shop and this dispatch.

Guidelines

- When engaging in a conversation, please use the quote button to notify the other user you have responded.
- When writing long paragraphs of conversation, please use spoilers.
- Do not spam, flame, or harass other players on the RMB.
- Keep all posts PG-13.
- Do not speak on behalf of the community unless it is your duty to do so.
- Please translate to english any posts in other language that you write.
- Do not quote spam or offensive posts. If a post you quote gets suppressed, please proceed to delete your post or to edit out the suppressed quote. Otherwise, your post will be suppressed as well.
- Try not to post multiple times in a row. If you have more to say, you can edit your original post. Multiple messages may be removed.
- Recruitment posts are prohibited.
- Do not engage with players who break the rules. If you see rule-breaking, report it to the Gameside Advocates.
- Always listen to Regional Officers and Gameside Advocates.

Failure to adhere to these guidelines may result in the suppression of posts without warning.

Posting Tutorials

Hit the 'Quote' button:
The system will code the text then bring you down to the text entry box. Reply in here:

When the message is done, hit the 'Lodge Message' button:

And now, your message is lodged:

Hit the 'Edit' button:
Edit the message as you want:
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This dispatch is updated automatically on a daily basis. Please do not edit manually.

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Any questions? Shoot Francois Isidore, New Celoveniortan (me!), or any of the Gameside Advocates and Mentors with a telegram.

Want to RP?
Here is our two main Regional Message Board RolePlay maps:
STRANGEREAL

Friently is not a cartographer, do not ask him for cartography related things. Bothering him anyway will result in the immediate and swift rodding of offending nation, thank you


Strangereal Roleplay Map


Very important points:

1. If you would like to stake a claim in for some land on the map then TG New Trisone, Waupun Island, Minuda, Illusia and Neverendia, British Bayonet.
2. If you make a post on the RMB asking to be put on the map, or put it in a factbook or dispatch, you will be ignored, please refrain from doing so.
3. Try your best to find out in advance WHERE you would like to claim, not just "can i join the map pls" or a vague "this rough area pls" *points at an entire continent* Get yourself Linkpaint.net, make a thing, show where you want it. Or at the very absolute least try to put in words exactly where, it's not that hard.
4. When you know where you want to be, stay there, don't ask carto if you can move. "B-b-but that spot is nicer and-" Should have thought of that in advance.

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Claims must be:
1. Reasonable enough to be put onto the map. No beginner nation will be the size of Friently, or higher, for their claim. If you want more accurate claims and you have Paint.net, beginner claims have a limit of 30k pixels. Your secondary nation will have to be at 15k pixels or less. However a secondary cannot be claimed immediately upon joining the map.
2. Picky is good. Feel free to request changes to borders if you aren't happy with them.
3. This map's planet is the same size as Earth, so we won't be making the map any bigger. If Earth can fit 200 nations, so can this.
4. We are not changing or adding new territory to the map. Use the existing land more efficiently and we won't need any more.
5. Not on any body of water.
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Map removal will occur when:
1. AFRP, or Away From RP (not RPing for 30 days, 20 days in the case of people on other RMB maps)
2. RMB RP Ban (if one clause states "therefore, the RMB Cartography Staff shall remove <nation> from the map")
3. Cease to Exist (when the nation dies in the 28th day. Exceptions apply.)
4. Moderator Sanctioned
5. RP posts are not up to standard (refrain from making posts that are just one sentence)

Maps


Map Version: 288 motw: gacha rng is cruel and mudt be hated :(

Reminder: The alliance map is not handled by the carto team but by independent people who only work on it when they feel like it, this may cause the alliance map to be outdated, do not ask for it to be updated, it will be when a new version is finished.

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PEGASIA

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Pegasia

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Map 57

Overview

Welcome to the Pegasia, a new world as you may say that houses many ideologies and is home to two resident superpowers; the Imperial Federation(ping AGU and Tonga) and the Republic of Yingguo(Ping Krustevland). With the technology year being 1975, it is currently the cold war period presently being butted between the nations of what Yingguo considers as the "Free World" and the Imperial "Monarchist League" with many inbetweens such as Gayogohono/Overhadamine and Verisaw.

In this world, you decide how your nation acts, reacts and conducts itself on the world stage, so long as it follows our rules on the discord. The cold war rages on by the day, and the nuclear clock continues to roll as the few sit ontop of the many with their masses of power and strength. Come join us today, we need you to fight on the good fight - or your own fight, if you may.

STANDARDS OF REALISM
- No technology beyond 1976, anything beyond that has to be researched with every in real life day representing 3 months of roleplay research to the "First Flight" year.
- No utilizing weapons of mass destruction such as nuclear weapons. Chemical and biological warfare is allowed in defensive conditions(Offensive only if the other player agrees).
- No edgy roleplay posts, maintain the basic rules of the RMB. This would mean no genocides, no things such as re-enacting the holocaust and graphic purges.
- No loopholing, loopholing will be determined by the executives(Ping ESL, Me (AGU), Krustevland and Tonga) and if caught doing so will face OOC and potentially IC reparations
- No joke nations and godmoddy nations. This means you can't have your terrain entirely depend on hard to traverse land and you can only use 3-5% of your population in military.
- No instant defeat military posts. You have to roleplay the movement of your forces and them engaging the enemy before actually attacking or "defeating" them. Always ping opponents.

If you are interested in submitting a claim, be sure to contact the following nations:

-Truavania (For Pegasia)
-Noflag[/nation] (For Hollow Earth)
-The Islands of Tonga[/font]

map 10

*nations in either one of these types of alliances, can be in the other type of alliance, ie, a nation in a defence alliance can be in a economic alliance.
*Unions count as one nation, so if a defence/military alliance has a union that breaks up and there are more than 8 members(nations) in the alliance, its ok, as long as they dont bring in more people after the break up. note, if this is being exploited, removal of alliance and ban on joining alliances may occur.
*you can not be in an alliance of the same kind, ie, defence/military and economic


Defence/Military alliances

*Alliance member limit is 15 members


OMAN
page=dispatch/id=1345045
The Pact page=dispatch/id=1353474
Monarchist League page=dispatch/id=1372706
The Internationale nation=tolyakovo/detail=factbook/id=1382745


Economic alliances
*the limit doesnt apply to these


Economic & Military/Defence alliances
*limit applies

AMEA
page=dispatch/id=1365437



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Original maker is Kronica

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And this is our Forum RP:
https://forum.thenorthpacific.org/forum/3024521/

Aerilia wrote:Finish what off?

Cake?

Ooh is there cake? :D

You… don’t notice the person on the floor there?

The jar tribe

New Celoveniortan wrote:I just realised you are new.
Have a look at this:

The North Pacific Handbook


Before posting on the RMB, you should read the One Stop Rules Shop and this dispatch.

Guidelines

- When engaging in a conversation, please use the quote button to notify the other user you have responded.
- When writing long paragraphs of conversation, please use spoilers.
- Do not spam, flame, or harass other players on the RMB.
- Keep all posts PG-13.
- Do not speak on behalf of the community unless it is your duty to do so.
- Please translate to english any posts in other language that you write.
- Do not quote spam or offensive posts. If a post you quote gets suppressed, please proceed to delete your post or to edit out the suppressed quote. Otherwise, your post will be suppressed as well.
- Try not to post multiple times in a row. If you have more to say, you can edit your original post. Multiple messages may be removed.
- Recruitment posts are prohibited.
- Do not engage with players who break the rules. If you see rule-breaking, report it to the Gameside Advocates.
- Always listen to Regional Officers and Gameside Advocates.

Failure to adhere to these guidelines may result in the suppression of posts without warning.

Posting Tutorials

Hit the 'Quote' button:
The system will code the text then bring you down to the text entry box. Reply in here:

When the message is done, hit the 'Lodge Message' button:

And now, your message is lodged:

Hit the 'Edit' button:
Edit the message as you want:
Hit the 'Lodge Changes' button to fully edit the message:

Hit the 'Delete' button:
Hit 'OK' when the popup appears:

When the message deletes, this will appear in its place:

If you have any questions, please contact the Gameside Advocates.

This dispatch is updated automatically on a daily basis. Please do not edit manually.

Read dispatch


And here is a welcome spoiler:

Hi there! Welcome to NationStates and The North Pacific!
We have a forum here: https://forum.thenorthpacific.org/
You should join the World Assembly (page=un) and endorse Delegate Francois Isidore and Vicedelegate Cretox State, as well as all of the Security Council to become a Keeper of the North and strengthen our Region! Here is the Security Council:

Note: This handbook covers The North Pacific?s Security Council, the body charged with the region?s security. If you?re looking for information on the World Assembly?s Security Council, start with this subforum instead.

Introduction to the Security Council

The Security Council exists to serve The North Pacific, and to ensure that democracy will always reign in the region. The Security Council consists of trusted members of The North Pacific, with high endorsement counts and high regional influence levels. These nations protect the region against external threats, secure the WA Delegate position in periods of instability, and will enforce a recall of the delegate should such a vote be successful. The Security Council is chaired by the Vice Delegate, a position elected for 4-month terms.

To support regional security, we ask that all WA nations please endorse the following nations:


Security Council of The North Pacific

Cretox State (Vice Delegate)

Pallaith

Siwale

Great Bights Mum

Former English Colony

Sil Dorsett

El Fiji Grande

Cretox State

Dreadton

Ethnon

Frances Francis the First of France

Xagill

Kranostav

Responsibilities of the Security Council

Members of the Security Council are responsible for maintaining high endorsement and influence counts. However, protecting regional security can seem like quite a nebulous mandate, so here are some more specific responsibilities of the Security Council.

~ Stabilizing the region in times of crisis.
This is the primary responsibility of the Security Council, along with preventing crisis situations before they occur. During a Delegate emergency, attack, or other regional security crisis, the Security Council is responsible for securing the region and ensuring the continuation of democracy.
~ Maintaining the ingame Delegate position.
The Security Council is charged with overseeing Delegate transitions, enforcing Delegate recalls, and assuming a leadership role in the event of a rogue Delegacy.
~ Monitoring regional endorsement levels.
To protect the Delegacy from rogue elements and accidental changes, the Security Council works with Vice Delegate Cretox State to monitor regional endorsement levels and ensure that no unauthorized nation strays too close to taking the ingame Delegate position. If a nation does stray too close, the Security Council will contact them regarding their endorsement count and steps to take to address the issue. As of writing, nations can exceed roughly 900 endorsements before being contacted by the Security Council.
~ Monitoring for potential security threats.
The Security Council works alongside the Vice Delegate to identify potential threats to the region's stability, and to ensure that such threats are appropriately handled. Potential security risks can be internal or foreign in nature, and are typically discussed with the Delegate as well.
~ Advising the Vice Delegate regarding citizenship applicants.
The Vice Delegate is responsible for evaluating citizenship applicants on security grounds. Citizenship applicants with potentially problematic backgrounds are discussed with the Security Council, and may end up being rejected on security grounds. The Security Council may also pass standing recommendations regarding specific individuals.
~ Managing the World Assembly Development Program.
The Security Council oversees the region?s WADP, implements improvements, and hosts endorsement-related events. For more information on the WADP, consult this dispatch.

Vice Delegate Mentoring

In addition to evaluating citizenship applicants on security grounds, Vice Delegate Cretox State contacts all citizenship applicants who pass the Vice Delegate's citizenship check with information regarding the Executive Staff, the North Pacific Army, and specific advancement opportunities in the region. This initiative serves as a more targeted complement to the Ministry of Home Affairs' own mentoring program.

Weekly Updates

To keep the region informed on what the Security Council has been doing, Vice Delegate Cretox State provides a weekly update every Sunday. The update is posted on both the regional message board and the Linkregional forum, and is an excellent opportunity for all nations to ask their questions about the Security Council.

Below is a list of all the weekly updates published so far.

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-7-12

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-7-10

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-05-11

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-05-11

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-05-11

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-05-03

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-04-05

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-03-17

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-03-08

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-02-28

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-02-21

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-02-16

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-02-07

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-01-31

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-01-26

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-01-18

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-01-10

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2021-01-03

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-12-27

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-12-20

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-12-13

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-12-06

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-11-29

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-11-22

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-11-15

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-11-08

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-11-01

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-10-25

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-10-18

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-10-12

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-10-4

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-09-27

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-09-20

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-09-13

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-09-06

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-08-30

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-08-16

The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-08-09

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Weekly Update from the Vice Delegate for Week 13


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Jointly sponsored by the Delegate and Security Council of The North Pacific.

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Useful as well:

If you found the WADP helpful, please upvote this dispatch to help others find it!
TL;DR: Empower your nation and make our region safer!
~ If you are not already a member, join the World Assembly.
~ If (or once) you are a World Assembly member, become a Keeper of the North.
~ After you have become a Keeper, continue exchanging endorsements.
~ While you are a World Assembly member, vote on World Assembly resolutions.

What is this?

The North Pacific WA Development Program (WADP) is a campaign to increase awareness among nations in The North Pacific of the benefits of World Assembly (WA) membership, maintaining high endorsement counts, and voting on WA resolutions. We hope that this campaign will result in a significant increase in the number of WA members, the number of endorsements exchanged, and the number of WA votes cast within The North Pacific. If these objectives are achieved, The North Pacific will become a much more influential and secure region.

Who is running this campaign?

This campaign is organized and coordinated jointly by the Delegate and the Security Council of The North Pacific. The regional security aspects are managed by the Security Council of the North Pacific and the voting aspects are managed by the World Assembly Delegate.

I am interested in helping. What can I do?

First of all, you should make sure to do what is mentioned in the TL;DR box above: first join the World Assembly if you are not already a member, continue to become a Keeper of the North, then continue exchanging endorsements, and finally make sure to vote on World Assembly resolutions.

If you want to go above and beyond, you can help promote this campaign in the following ways:

~ Approve ("upvote") this dispatch.
~ Send telegrams to nations in The North Pacific pointing them to this dispatch, or directly encouraging them to join the World Assembly, become Keepers, and exchange endorsements.
~ Advertise the campaign in materials you publish by using the campaign logo (shown below with code) and linking to this dispatch.
[url=/page=dispatch/id=338370][img]https://forum.thenorthpacific.org/images/wadp_general/tnp_wa_development.png[/img][/url]

How can I keep track of how well we are doing?

Take a look at the reports tab above, which includes many statistics informative of the progress of the campaign.

What do I gain from all this?

First, as mentioned above, by participating in this campaign, you help make our region safer and more influential. This is good for all nations in The North Pacific, including you!

Second, if you do decide to join the World Assembly member, become a Keeper of the North, actively exchange endorsements, and consistently vote on World Assembly resolutions, your nation and your game experience overall will improve in several important ways, described in detail in the three previous links.

Third, if you show that you are actively exchanging endorsements, we will promote your nation so that you can gain endorsements even faster!

Fourth, we will be handing out a generous amount of participation awards and achievements. That's right, there will be a lot of bling you can use to show off. We will also be maintaining special regional censuses, to highlight the most active and consistent endorsers in the region. You can find out more by looking at the benefits tab above.

Last but not least, every day we give away free legendary cards through the card lottery. By participating in this campaign, you can expand your collection to include some of the most valuable cards in the game.

I have some thoughts on improving the WADP, whom do I contact?

Thanks! We greatly appreciate all constructive feedback. Please contact Vice Delegate Cretox State with any comments or questions you may have. The Security Council runs regular surveys regarding the WADP and other areas. No survey is currently open. This page will be updated with ongoing surveys.

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And these are our RMB Rules!


The North Pacific Handbook


Before posting on the RMB, you should read the One Stop Rules Shop and this dispatch.

Guidelines

- When engaging in a conversation, please use the quote button to notify the other user you have responded.
- When writing long paragraphs of conversation, please use spoilers.
- Do not spam, flame, or harass other players on the RMB.
- Keep all posts PG-13.
- Do not speak on behalf of the community unless it is your duty to do so.
- Please translate to english any posts in other language that you write.
- Do not quote spam or offensive posts. If a post you quote gets suppressed, please proceed to delete your post or to edit out the suppressed quote. Otherwise, your post will be suppressed as well.
- Try not to post multiple times in a row. If you have more to say, you can edit your original post. Multiple messages may be removed.
- Recruitment posts are prohibited.
- Do not engage with players who break the rules. If you see rule-breaking, report it to the Gameside Advocates.
- Always listen to Regional Officers and Gameside Advocates.

Failure to adhere to these guidelines may result in the suppression of posts without warning.

Posting Tutorials

Hit the 'Quote' button:
The system will code the text then bring you down to the text entry box. Reply in here:

When the message is done, hit the 'Lodge Message' button:

And now, your message is lodged:

Hit the 'Edit' button:
Edit the message as you want:
Hit the 'Lodge Changes' button to fully edit the message:

Hit the 'Delete' button:
Hit 'OK' when the popup appears:

When the message deletes, this will appear in its place:

If you have any questions, please contact the Gameside Advocates.

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Any questions? Shoot Francois Isidore, New Celoveniortan (me!), or any of the Gameside Advocates and Mentors with a telegram.

Want to RP?
Here is our two main Regional Message Board RolePlay maps:
STRANGEREAL

Friently is not a cartographer, do not ask him for cartography related things. Bothering him anyway will result in the immediate and swift rodding of offending nation, thank you


Strangereal Roleplay Map


Very important points:

1. If you would like to stake a claim in for some land on the map then TG New Trisone, Waupun Island, Minuda, Illusia and Neverendia, British Bayonet.
2. If you make a post on the RMB asking to be put on the map, or put it in a factbook or dispatch, you will be ignored, please refrain from doing so.
3. Try your best to find out in advance WHERE you would like to claim, not just "can i join the map pls" or a vague "this rough area pls" *points at an entire continent* Get yourself Linkpaint.net, make a thing, show where you want it. Or at the very absolute least try to put in words exactly where, it's not that hard.
4. When you know where you want to be, stay there, don't ask carto if you can move. "B-b-but that spot is nicer and-" Should have thought of that in advance.

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Claims must be:
1. Reasonable enough to be put onto the map. No beginner nation will be the size of Friently, or higher, for their claim. If you want more accurate claims and you have Paint.net, beginner claims have a limit of 30k pixels. Your secondary nation will have to be at 15k pixels or less. However a secondary cannot be claimed immediately upon joining the map.
2. Picky is good. Feel free to request changes to borders if you aren't happy with them.
3. This map's planet is the same size as Earth, so we won't be making the map any bigger. If Earth can fit 200 nations, so can this.
4. We are not changing or adding new territory to the map. Use the existing land more efficiently and we won't need any more.
5. Not on any body of water.
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Map removal will occur when:
1. AFRP, or Away From RP (not RPing for 30 days, 20 days in the case of people on other RMB maps)
2. RMB RP Ban (if one clause states "therefore, the RMB Cartography Staff shall remove <nation> from the map")
3. Cease to Exist (when the nation dies in the 28th day. Exceptions apply.)
4. Moderator Sanctioned
5. RP posts are not up to standard (refrain from making posts that are just one sentence)

Maps


Map Version: 288 motw: gacha rng is cruel and mudt be hated :(

Reminder: The alliance map is not handled by the carto team but by independent people who only work on it when they feel like it, this may cause the alliance map to be outdated, do not ask for it to be updated, it will be when a new version is finished.

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PEGASIA

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Pegasia

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Map 57

Overview

Welcome to the Pegasia, a new world as you may say that houses many ideologies and is home to two resident superpowers; the Imperial Federation(ping AGU and Tonga) and the Republic of Yingguo(Ping Krustevland). With the technology year being 1975, it is currently the cold war period presently being butted between the nations of what Yingguo considers as the "Free World" and the Imperial "Monarchist League" with many inbetweens such as Gayogohono/Overhadamine and Verisaw.

In this world, you decide how your nation acts, reacts and conducts itself on the world stage, so long as it follows our rules on the discord. The cold war rages on by the day, and the nuclear clock continues to roll as the few sit ontop of the many with their masses of power and strength. Come join us today, we need you to fight on the good fight - or your own fight, if you may.

STANDARDS OF REALISM
- No technology beyond 1976, anything beyond that has to be researched with every in real life day representing 3 months of roleplay research to the "First Flight" year.
- No utilizing weapons of mass destruction such as nuclear weapons. Chemical and biological warfare is allowed in defensive conditions(Offensive only if the other player agrees).
- No edgy roleplay posts, maintain the basic rules of the RMB. This would mean no genocides, no things such as re-enacting the holocaust and graphic purges.
- No loopholing, loopholing will be determined by the executives(Ping ESL, Me (AGU), Krustevland and Tonga) and if caught doing so will face OOC and potentially IC reparations
- No joke nations and godmoddy nations. This means you can't have your terrain entirely depend on hard to traverse land and you can only use 3-5% of your population in military.
- No instant defeat military posts. You have to roleplay the movement of your forces and them engaging the enemy before actually attacking or "defeating" them. Always ping opponents.

If you are interested in submitting a claim, be sure to contact the following nations:

-Truavania (For Pegasia)
-Noflag[/nation] (For Hollow Earth)
-The Islands of Tonga[/font]

map 10

*nations in either one of these types of alliances, can be in the other type of alliance, ie, a nation in a defence alliance can be in a economic alliance.
*Unions count as one nation, so if a defence/military alliance has a union that breaks up and there are more than 8 members(nations) in the alliance, its ok, as long as they dont bring in more people after the break up. note, if this is being exploited, removal of alliance and ban on joining alliances may occur.
*you can not be in an alliance of the same kind, ie, defence/military and economic


Defence/Military alliances

*Alliance member limit is 15 members


OMAN
page=dispatch/id=1345045
The Pact page=dispatch/id=1353474
Monarchist League page=dispatch/id=1372706
The Internationale nation=tolyakovo/detail=factbook/id=1382745


Economic alliances
*the limit doesnt apply to these


Economic & Military/Defence alliances
*limit applies

AMEA
page=dispatch/id=1365437



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Original maker is Kronica

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And this is our Forum RP:
https://forum.thenorthpacific.org/forum/3024521/

thank you!

Esthe wrote:Wait, you are, *uncovers eyes*?

*yeets spear in the head and doesn't miss!*

The jar tribe wrote:ok... then me and the rest of da jar jar army will coem for you! usia jar jar binks!

Ja ja ding dong 😂

The jar tribe wrote:thank you!
*yeets spear in the head and doesn't miss!*

*dies*

Updated that same heraldry dispatch with some descriptions now. I should go back making more...

The jar tribe

Republica Guilleana wrote:Ja ja ding dong 😂

yes...
*yeets othere spea in head of Republica Guilleana and doesn't miss*

Esthe wrote:*dies*

ha ha! lol misa stronk! also yeet

The jar tribe wrote:ok... then me and the rest of da jar jar army will coem for you! usia jar jar binks!

Republica Guilleana wrote:Ja ja ding dong 😂

The world of internet communication is infinitely perplexing and confusing.

Tringapore, New Celoveniortan, and Kjanostan

Esthe wrote:You… don’t notice the person on the floor there?

The dead person or the one sleeping?

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