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The West Pacific RMB

WA Delegate: The Christmas Gift Giver of The Holy Principality of Saint Mark (elected )

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Most Nations: 6th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 72nd
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✽✽✽✽✽✽✽✽✽✽ WELCOME TO THE WEST PACIFIC ! ! ! ✽✽✽✽✽✽✽✽✽✽

🌟 PLEASE ENDORSE THE DELEGATE: The Holy Principality of Saint Mark

⭐ GUARDIANS: Kawaii Schoolgirl Arkadia Universalis Chervil Dalimbar Yy4u Mediobogdum


Endorsement Cap Policy - 150/10CODE OF CONDUCT

Recruiters from other regions: Don't even think about it!

NationState's Survival Guide (a guide for newbies, a reference for the rest of us)
The West Pacific's Rules and Information (learn about our wonderful region and how to get along with everyone)
Basic RMB Rules (read this before posting for the first time)

🍫 All your chocolate belongs to Darkesia 🍫
✨ Neenee is our Glittery Goddess ✨

Embassies: Osiris, Balder, The East Pacific, Lazarus, The North Pacific, the Rejected Realms, Karma, Europeia, Europe, Equilism, One big Island, The Land of Kings and Emperors, Wintreath, NationStates, The New Meritocracy, Monkey Island, and 24 others.The Cuckoos Egg, The Moon, The Commonwealth of Crowns, Mordor, Hippy Haven, Albion, Unknown, New Warsaw Pact, Lone Wolves United, Ile de France, Atlantic, Spiritus, Nasicournia, Equinox, The New Inquisition, Gay, The Glorious Nations of Iwaku, Eientei Gensokyo, Hell, Kawaii, Doll Guldur, US Military, Caer Sidi, and The Beech Beach House.

The embassy with Kawaii is being withdrawn. Closure expected .

Construction of embassies with The Hall of The Red Rose has commenced. Completion expected .

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Regional Power: Extremely High

The West Pacific contains 6,849 nations, the 6th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Safest in the West Pacific

World Census agents tested the sharpness of household objects, the softness of children's play equipment, and the survival rate of people taking late walks to determine how safe each nation is to visit.

As a region, the West Pacific is ranked 10,239th in the world for Safest.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The People's Socialist Republic of UrgabahScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Struggle, Solidarity, and Socialism!”
2.The Republic of Fallen ApplesLiberal Democratic Socialists“Never try and you will never fail.”
3.The Durian Empire of Un Er Tac SihPsychotic Dictatorship“I have a grenade, I have a pineapple”
4.The United States of ColiderRight-wing Utopia“Freedom through politic's and peace through strength.”
5.The Commonwealth of Blue Ocean on BeachLeft-wing Utopia“Earth Sea and Sky Indeterminate ”
6.The Kingdom of AndyrDemocratic Socialists“Cognitionem Prudention Lucem Quaere”
7.The United Socialist Cities of ElvardenLiberal Democratic Socialists“Everything for everybody”
8.The Republic of CedenDemocratic Socialists“For the Republic!”
9.The Treehugger Imprisoning State of That Called the VlaghIron Fist Consumerists“Why Not Be Evil?”
10.The Dictatorship of MajuriaDemocratic Socialists“Alive or dead. Be good instead.”
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Regional Poll • Santa's Favorite Reindeer

The Queendom of Ghost Queen wrote:Rudolph has always been a family favorite and the classic tale makes him come out on top at the end, but with opportunity, would he still win? Let's find out who the favorite really is!

Voting opened 6 days ago and will close . Open to all nations. You cannot vote as you are not logged in.

Last poll: “The West Pacific's Favorite Winter Drink”

Regional Happenings


The West Pacific Regional Message Board

Cro Magnon wrote:*coffee*



*sips eggnog with bourbon*

The Holy Principality of Saint Mark wrote:*sips eggnog with bourbon*

I prefer rum in mine.

Big Bad Badger wrote:I prefer rum in mine.


Big Bad Badger wrote:I prefer rum in mine.

Rum is great in eggnog too ... and would be a more TWP combination!

Eggnog is yum. Heavy on the nutmeg and bourbon for me please.

Darkesia wrote:Eggnog is yum. Heavy on the nutmeg and bourbon for me please.


Darkesia wrote:I missed the announcement of what day it is! I do know it is Thank You Thursday.
Thank you Davelands for bringing us fun things to know and do every day!

My apologies. Left for a client at 7:30am and forgot to post to the RMB.


Violin Day - The violin is easily the most popular bowed string instrument across the world, and weíre really not all that surprised to see that the violin does in fact have a day dedicated to its existence. After all, everything from Western and Indian classical music to bluegrass and jazz would be unimaginable today without the violin. Itís quite possibly the most versatile instrument in the world in terms of repertoire, and thatís why thereís a Violin Day to celebrate it!

The violin itself evolved from medieval fiddles, and came into a distinct form by the 15th century (most violins today are copies of models made by either Stradivarius or Amati, the latter being active as a violinmaker in the 16th century), becoming the most popular virtuoso instrument in Europe by the 1660s.

Today, the violin not only remains an indispensable feature of western classical music, but has found its way into various forms of classical and folk music around the world as well as various other genres. There are a lot of violinists and fiddle players throughout the world today, so it we can see why Violin Day caught on.

I play the violin, well not currently, but I know how to play one.


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