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StockNES

Discussion in 'Never Ending Stories' started by J.K. Stockholme, Jun 5, 2014.

  1. J.K. Stockholme

    J.K. Stockholme Architect

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    Next Order Deadline: Wednesday evening, 10 PM PST, September 24th. EXTENDED: Thursday 10 PM PST.


    Updates:
    Spoiler :
    Update 0 - 2200 - Part 1
    Update 1 - 2201 - Part 1, Part 2
    Update 2 - 2202 - Part 1, Part 2


    Introduction


    Hello to you, and welcome to StockNES, a country NES about the post-collapse world of the 23rd century, which has finally found its grip in a wholly new global scenario than it started over a hundred years previous. Before I proceed, I’d like to credit EQandcivfanatic and TheLizardKing for various ideas of theirs I’ve brutally robbed. I’m sure I inadvertently owe gratitude to other NESers for ideas I’ve taken as well, so thanks in advance to them too.

    For players totally new to NESing, send me a message either in-thread or by PM, or read this fabulous introduction to NESing.

    Typical Stats


    Country Name (Player Name): Capital
    Government Type: Leadership (Ideology)
    Industrial Points: IP Banked (IP per turn)
    Economic Points: EP Banked/Debt/Principal Accrued (EP per turn)
    Credit Rating: #%
    Stability: 0 - 10
    Army: [various units]
    Navy: [various units]
    Air Force: [various units]
    Military Grade: #/#/#
    Projects: Project Name (EP Invested/EP Needed)​

    Setting


    Spoiler :
    The new century dawns with a new age, the Second Modern Era, a time in history that bears many features in common with different parts of the past. This world has recovered from industrial and agricultural devastation, with a global population of about two billion people, and growing international trade bringing food to even isolated locations. Economies are being incorporated into regional trading systems, while some governments have sanctioned efforts to take trade around entire continents and across whole oceans - feats considered too difficult not long ago. The urban population of the world lives largely in the kind of poverty and inequity that was last experienced in the industrial revolution, with many sprawling industrial centres possessing semi-class conscious proletariat - though the cheaper technologies of the later twentieth century partially mute the discomfort, such as television, radio, and so forth. For the upper classes life can be positively modern, with most of the consumer conveniences of the past, sans those which necessitate specialized infrastructure, such as the internet and cellular telecommunications.

    In rural life things become substantially less modernized, with the more distant regions of many countries still without even basic or partial electricity and plumbing. There farming has become less labour intensive, and a slow migration towards the cities has been a common theme across the planet again, producing unemployment and slums. Governments, despite persistent effort over the past century, still have work ahead of them to fully centralize themselves, as for example rural communities tend to see the central administration of their state as their protector to which they owe taxation, not as having the responsibility to bring about economic growth or improve general welfare. The military is the primary object of the state, and though fledgling administrations in some countries begin to toy with large development projects and social programs, they are few and remain experimental.


    Economic and industrial development itself is fairly advanced, with synthetic production of a great many highly advanced products being possible, though the basics - steel, vehicles, cement, and other building blocks of nations - are the primary products of manufacturing. Much of the world relies on the dirty fuels of the past, oil, coal and natural gas, though more remote places use expensive renewable sources to fund their industries. Logging has pushed back the forests which the last hundred years saw expansively grow, fishing has yet to deplete immediate coastlines but is increasing coastal traffic, while other natural resource extraction operations are happening mostly by private actors in the market, though more left-leaning governments are directly planning the extraction of resources for their economies.

    Finally, what do the people of the twenty-third century think and believe? Far too many things, would be the appropriate answer. Various projects of modernity, modernisms of all kinds, proliferate the planet, from liberal and socialist democracies to communist, fascist or military states, to countries run by the academia, to countries run by a corporate board of directors. And besides all of these various visions of society, there then stand the counter-modernists, whom reject all of these projections of ideology in favour of a sustainable societies - whether that is based on tradition or reformist organicism or green environmentalism what have you.

    It’s a dangerous and uncertain world out there, one which will struggle with all those problems of the past modern era; militarism, arms races, culture wars, revolution, ethnic, religious and ideological conflict; as well as experience the past’s trends, industrialization, development, international finance, and the changing role of the state. And beyond all of this, there are also new horizons within grasp, as outer space is re-explored, new technologies open up new avenues for cultural and technical development, or new weapons of mass destruction.


    Governments


    The type of government a country possess relies on two primary attributes, functional mechanisms and structure. Functional mechanisms are specific aspects of government which require ongoing tracking, such as elections in republics, hereditary succession in monarchies, or power struggles within one party states. The dominant institutions of government, whether the military, academia or civilian legislatures, and the overall administrative system describes the structure. Combined, these two attributes have a large effect on how internal dissent and stability are modelled within countries, however, the leadership of a country, regardless of the form of government, determines the in-character diplomacy and goals they choose. Players are encouraged to develop unique ideologies, and to detail their countries’ leaders, create party names and what not, which I can add to the stats.

    Arranged by structural type and then by functions, the government types:

    Spoiler :
    Absolute Monarchy, the monarch inherits the country by dynastic succession, and can administer it however they desire, from enlightened despotism to regal tyranny.

    Constitutional Monarchy, publicly upheld and defined limits are put on the monarch, which can range from the election of a minimally empowered parliament, to effectively a republic, with the monarch as a figurehead.

    Liberal Republic, a democratic-capitalist system which adheres to conceptually liberal principles, with regular elections mandated by the constitution.

    Socialist Republic, a democratic system which runs an explicitly socialist economy, usually tolerating only low economic freedom, with regular elections mandated by the constitution.

    Theocratic Republic, for the most part, a theocracy, but there are pseudo-democratic elections of pre-approved candidates, where representation can range from meaningless to substantial.

    Corporate Republic, usually this means effectively a cartel of companies running largely pre-determined elections, though it can include broader democratic possibilities within a corporate government structure.

    Military Dictatorship, generals run the country, sometimes formally as a presidential republic in a permanent state of emergency, though public participation in government is minor.

    Corporate Dictatorship, a corporation or a collection of corporations run the country, and even if there are election processes among the elite, the public must follow the central board of directors.

    Technocratic Dictatorship, the academia organize government, with a heavy emphasis on meritocratic systems for the appointment of leaders and scientific administration.

    Communist Dictatorship, a dictatorship of the proletariat, this is a one party state run like those of the twentieth century.

    Fascist Dictatorship, a great leader, appealing to the universality of the state, runs the country, and all functions of government are directed towards internal and external militarism.

    Liberal Dictatorship, the military doesn’t run the country, an unofficial dynastic plutocracy dictates the future of these countries.

    Theocratic Dictatorship, the clerical caste runs the government, and society is structured around religious organizational principles and tenets.


    The exception to the above categories are strongly federal systems (countries which are technically federations, but have a strong central government won't be recognized as such), which have domestic caveats that make categorizing them less simple. In such cases, whatever the country's dominant structure is will be combined with the term Federation. This is the most flexible government type, as there are separate powers for different internal actors. You'll have to consult me or the player in question about the specific functions each country has, as the above titles won't fully convey all of the domestic drama of these countries.

    Industrial Points and Population


    Industrial points are used up in the construction of military units and are an indicator of the amount of modern industrial equipment in a country. It can be viewed as similar in function to manpower for other NESes. Unlike in former eras, unless you adequately equip your soldiers with modern equipment, they can’t perform basic military actions against even nomads. This means countries with massive populations are entirely defenceless without industrial points, despite having plenty of able bodied men ready to fight. Also, unlike in the past century when ability to recruit troops was the limiting factor of most armies, now it’s the ability to arm those troops. In this way, Industrial Points can be thought of as a combination of manpower to machine-power. Whereas Economic Points represent underlying economic and commercial activity, Industrial Points are far more tangible and are therefore affected by any movement of human or physical capital. Migrations, plagues, sudden capital flights or natural disasters will directly remove banked IP, and usually diminish IP per turn or EP per turn, so it’s inadvisable you spend all of your banked IP in a single turn.

    IP that is banked, because it’s not in use by the military, contributes to your EP per turn and general commercial competitiveness. When you’re not equipping soldiers or making war vehicles IP is used in production and commercial ventures. Countries are allowed to send IP to one another on a whim, though remember that, unless an immediate security threat warrants the rapid export of your equipment stockpiles, investors and domestic producers will be displeased that the government is moving out useful productive capital.


    Economy and Projects


    Economic Points act as they do in any other nation-NES, they are used to do just about everything, from construction projects, to creating armies, to social policies. They represent economic output, commercial activity (especially trade) and productivity, and are not derived from taxation, though domestic policies, including tax policies, may factor into overall economic, commercial and productive activity, and thereby EP per turn. EPs are subject to all the forces of the economy: resources, human and physical capital, and technology. The control of particular resources, like oil, can have geopolitical impact, and I will allow players to threaten to cut off supplies to particular nations. Remember though that this world has, in a pinch, the ability to create just about anything synthetically, so even if a country is embargoed by every petroleum producing country on the planet they can still produce vehicles and aircraft, though at an expense to their EP or IP per turn or with a combat inhibition.

    Projects in this NES should also be familiar to most NESers; they are specific ideas, from huge development plans to individual buildings to government programs, which I can provide a specific cost and tailored benefits for countries that undertake them. EP cannot purchase IP directly, however projects that require or result in the production of new capital may create IP or IP per turn, as I wish to encourage creative projects.

    Credit


    This NES will feature an experimental market for loanable funds, into which each country can put EP that it isn’t using and wishes to see returns on. For each geographic region the sum of EP that lender countries choose to loan out will be the pool from which potential debtor countries can borrow from at the interest rate assigned to their country. The interest rate will be based on the risk of the investment, so stability and financial history. The interest rate will be 6 (the starting number) plus every stability point your country is away from 10, plus every stability point (positive or negative) your country is away from 6, finally modified by other factors I can personally explain given the country.

    6 + (10 - stability) + (6 - stability) + other modifiers​

    A typical turn’s financial transactions might happen like follows: some countries wish to be lenders in a given geographic market, and each order a specific sum of EP to be put on the market for that turn. Several other countries wish to borrow and are from that same geographic market, and each request a specific sum of EP for that turn. The borrowers will receive as much as the lenders are willing to provide, with EP being distributed based on how the countries in the market desired to invest. Players should indicate the risk they are willing to undertake, or the countries they wish to invest in. The update will then display which countries have investments where in a financial report, and the debtor countries will have that much EP added to their Banked EP and their Debt.

    Debtor countries are expected to pay the interest accrued on all their loans at the beginning and in the middle of every decade (every 5 years) or face default, however the principal needn’t ever be paid back (though it’s advisable to do so eventually). The precise value of the interest accrued will be fractional, but when making a payment the number will be rounded up to the nearest full number, and the difference will be recorded in the update's financial report. It will be deducted from the subsequent payment if it will reduce the payment by 1 EP.

    Similarly, for lender countries, their payments will likely be received as fractions, and each lender will only receive full EP, with the remainder listed in the financial report as a return in waiting.

    All countries begin with the default credit rating that is computed by the calculation without additional changes – so if you see a discrepancy it isn’t because of hidden additional information. All additions to the cost of borrowing will be listed publicly in updates so people know when and why things went up or down.

    All transactions of EP through loans must take place after an update; do not make purchases based on expected loans, nor from expected returns on investments.

    Stability


    Stability is ranked from 0-10, each level being relatively self-evident. At a stability of 10, we are talking about largely peaceful countries with healthy populations that are satisfied enough not to disrespect the government. Rallies, calls to action, and intellectual debates may still rage, but no one will question your authority except the most fringe elements.

    Beginning at stability 9 protests will become possible though they will be largely peaceful affairs. At 8 you reach the level where riots are a possibility, and protests are also more likely. Unlike a protest, a riot can get out of hand, and may, within the course of a single turn, devolve a country to a lower stability level and then cause a lower level event.


    At stability 6 you have the possibility of coups, which could lead to factionalized conflict. Local revolts are also possible around level 6, and if not controlled by the military, could develop into a playable faction, essentially meaning a civil war. At 5 or lower, people begin to question seriously the very mode of government on a large scale. This means that protests, revolts, and coups which change the government type (and not merely who is in power) of a country will be more likely to happen. At 4 or lower the government is openly disrespected, and nation-wide rebellion becomes distinctly possible – people are now seriously questioning if your nation should exist at all (regardless of government type). Rebel groups will probably be too common or too expansive to fully eliminate, and limited sectarian or factionalized violence will be daily business.

    Level 2 or lower means the government is crumbling and violence is very common, and at level 0, the state ceases to exist. Reaching a stability of 0 in effect is therefore one of the only two ways for a player to lose the game (the other being annexation by another country), as that whole country no longer exists as it once was, with various factions, whether ideological or secessionist, taking over the now open territory.

    Technology


    There will be no tech tree. I do not want to handle one and I’d much rather generalize about the technological and scientific state of the world. That said, specific technological developments can be proposed by PM to me, and I might give the go ahead for a secret project - particularly futuristic WMD ideas. These could turn into new technologies which change the course of a war, be mild benefits, or turn into utter duds. I may also give you a project if I think your scientists would be demanding state funds for it, though again, it may be nothing, so don’t assume because I provided a project it means it’ll be useful or successful.

    For informational purposes, the technological level (though not the infrastructural level) of this world is about that of perhaps roughly the twenty-oughts. The consumer, industrial and military hardware and software of about that level is what the upper classes of advanced societies would be fairly familiar with, but the existing amount of such technologies starts out extremely limited. Cell phones, the internet, and satellite technology are known and understood among the scientific community, but as of 2200, none of the above currently exist except as relics or schematics. As time goes on, I might allow more speculative technologies to be developed outside of WMDs.


    Weapons of Mass Destruction


    For the purposes of this game nuclear weapons are a relic of the past. If there is one thing which everyone in this world agrees on - especially the scientific community - it’s that nuclear weapons should never be built again. I won’t stop a player if they are hell-bent on building them, but it will cost you, and the news will probably make a lot of your people and your neighbours very mad. The reason is I’d prefer players be creative with their weapons, using other ideas instead, so that we have a more interesting experience - and because nukes are kind of a game breaker when actually used. I’m not currently sure how I will record WMD stockpiles, but we’ll handle that when players start creating them through secret projects detailed in the Technology section. Be creative, be a little speculative, and expect me to be a little pseudo-scientific.

    Outer Space


    Satellites are understood by the scientific community, and manned missions aren’t too far beyond reach. If players want a cool space program, I’ve several pre-determined costs for such adventures, just remember this NES is not focused on space, so your benefits will mostly be felt by people on the ground in the form of prestige and pride. Satellites will be the only real tangibly beneficial space-related expenses, as they can provide imagery of foreign territory, telecommunications coverage and other nice things. Below is a list of basic costs for such hardware:

    Founding a Space Agency - 20 EP at least, but more EP means a better agency.
    Satellites - 5 EP per hunk of metal, with extra cost based on satellite’s purpose. Requires a Space Agency.
    Manned Vessel - 30 EP for the ship, 1 extra EP for each crew member; extra costs based on purpose. Requires having launched a satellite.
    Moon-Landing Vessel - 50 EP, plus 2 EP for each crew member. Requires having done a manned mission previously.​

    Rovers, Space Stations and other stuff will be negotiated later. Costs will go down globally as more countries conduct space missions.
     
  2. J.K. Stockholme

    J.K. Stockholme Architect

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    Stories


    I encourage creative and historical writing wherever players are happy to go. Ideological treatises, speeches, short stories about characters, are all lovely, and I will give direct bonuses to the nations of the players who write stories at the end of each update. 1 bonus per update per nation will be given out, so writing in bulk will not mean more bonuses, but it can still contribute to world history. Stories are the best ways of quickly changing the social structure or political order of your society, and, after consulting with me if it’s possible in the update, I recommend writing a story about any sudden or big social or domestically political shifts in your society you want to see happen.

    Orders and Updates


    Please submit all orders to me with the following title: StockNES - [country name] - [year]. At the top of every orderset put the stats, followed immediately by the expenditures of EP. Do orders however you like, you can organize it categorically or by particular order - just make sure I know what bits are orders and what are explanations or analysis and keep it clear and concise.

    I would very much prefer people avoid inquests into when an update will come out - it'll get done when I have time, and I don't always have that, so patience is appreciated.


    Warfare


    Combat will be handled by a broad range of inputs, from supply lines, morale, unit types, terrain, to who is defender or attacker, and players will probably have to experience combat to get a feel for it. As this is my first time moderating a NES, warfare is the big experiment, and I expect the mechanics to change as well as the costs of both units and various other aspects of war over time. Below are the costs of various units in EP and IP, below that is then an explanation of the military grade system.

    Divisions

    Infantry Division: 1 EP, 5 IP. Infantry are the most basic units of an army, and are required to occupy territory.
    Cavalry Division: 2 EP, 5 IP. Without a global fuel economy, cavalry find themselves very useful for their fast movement compared to artillery and infantry.
    Artillery Division: 3 EP, 10 IP. Artillery suppress enemy movement and capture strategic points. Requires at least army grade 1.
    Armour Division: 6 EP, 20 IP. Armoured divisions are the most expensive in any army, but can be decisive in driving home a victory, or accompanying other forces on the defensive. Requires at least army grade 3.​

    Ships

    Submarine - 4 EP, 40 IP. While a bit equipment heavy, submarines are quite effective when hidden. Requires at least navy grade 3
    Destroyer - 5 EP, 20 IP. The basic naval unit. Requires at least navy grade 2.
    Battleship - 8 EP, 50 IP. These are massive ships which carry large guns but can be put at a tactical disadvantage if not accompanied by other ships. Requires at least navy level 5.
    Aircraft Carrier - 15 EP, 100 IP. The most potentially powerful ship in any navy, carriers can be decisive not just in a single battle but for an overall war. Requires at least navy level 7.​

    Squadrons

    Fighter Squadron - 4 EP, 20 IP. Designed for air-to-air combat, and to establish air superiority. Requires at least air grade 1.
    Bomber Squadron - 5 EP, 30 IP. After establishing air superiority, bombers can harass enemy armies and provide bonuses in battle. Requires at least air grade 3.
    Gunship Squadron – 4 EP, 15 IP. Attack helicopters provide infantry and light vehicle support, and can harass other infantry more persistently than planes.​

    Military Grades


    The military grade stat has three numbers, the first being army grade, the second navy grade, and the third air force grade. The higher any grade is, the more sophisticated and cultured any particular branch of the military becomes. Theoretically there is no limit to how thoroughly advanced combat techniques are in any field, but there will appear to be a kind of cap around grade 10, beyond which the law of diminishing marginal returns reduces the increase in effectiveness dramatically. Also note that some secret projects require high military grades, and some even require military grades beyond 10. Increasing a military grade can happen through spending on military-related projects (such as, for the navy, a national coast guard), or experiencing combat.

    Countries which invested into the navy, and have a naval grade of 1, but do not have any large ships do still have a navy; it is composed of gunboats or smaller vessels not a part of the stats.

    --

    All the rules are subject to change without warning. Keep that in mind.
     
  3. J.K. Stockholme

    J.K. Stockholme Architect

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    Stats are arranged geographically rather than alphabetically, from west to east and north to south.

    North America

    Spoiler :
    Cascadia: Vancouver
    Liberal Republic: President Bryant Halidy (Conservative)
    Industrial Points: 31 (+3)
    Economic Points: 0/0/0 (+3)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 5 Infantry Divisions, 2 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 1/1/0
    Projects: Arctic Drilling (6/6)

    Prairies: Saskatoon
    Liberal Dictatorship: Dynastic Elite (Conservative)
    Industrial Points: 45 (+5)
    Economic Points: 10/0/0 (+4)
    Credit Rating: 6%
    Stability: 8
    Army: 7 Infantry Divisions, 5 Cavalry Divisions, 3 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 4/0/0

    Canada: Quebec City
    Constitutional Monarchy: King Stephen I (Liberal)
    Industrial Points: 37 (+6)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+5)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 5 Infantry Divisions, 1 Cavalry Division, 3 Artillery Divisions
    Air Force: 5 Fighter Squadrons, 1 Gunship Squadron
    Military Grade: 2/1/2
    Projects: Electric Grid (4/4), Hydro Dams (8/8)

    United Commons of America (Immaculate): Washington
    Corporate Federation: Executive Board (Post-Nationalist)
    Industrial Points: 28 (+8)
    Economic Points: 4/0/0 (+8)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 8 Infantry Divisions, 2 Cavalry Divisions, 5 Artillery Divisions
    Navy: 4 Destroyers
    Air Force: 4 Fighter Squadron, 1 Bomber Squadron, 2 Gunship Squadrons
    Military Grade: 6/3/3

    Mississippi: Little Rock
    Theocratic Dictatorship: Mormon Clerics (Religious)
    Industrial Points: 13 (+2)
    Economic Points: 8/0/0 (+5)
    Credit Rating: 6%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 8 Infantry Divisions, 2 Cavalry Divisions, 2 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 2/0/1
    Projects: Telecommunications Lines (4/4)

    Mormon State: Salt Lake City
    Theocratic Dictatorship: Baptist Clerics (Religious)
    Industrial Points: 14 (+2)
    Economic Points: 6/0/0 (+4)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 7 Infantry Divisions, 5 Cavalry Divisions
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 2/0/2

    California (Cadellon): Sacramento
    Liberal Republic: Governor Ashley Shepard/Social Democratic Party (Liberal)
    Industrial Points: 74 (+10)
    Economic Points: 1/0/0 (+8)
    Credit Rating: 4%
    Stability: 8
    Army: 6 Infantry Divisions, 2 Cavalry Divisions
    Air Force: 5 Fighter Squadrons, 1 Bomber Squadron, 1 Gunship Squadron
    Military Grade: 1/2/2
    Projects: Port Rehab (2/2), Railroad Expansion (4/4), Hoover Dam (2/8), Mining and Metallurgy Facility (6/6)

    Mexico (Frozen In Ice): Mexico City
    Liberal Republic: Liberals
    Industrial Points: 36 (+6)
    Economic Points: 0/0/0 (+6)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 14 Infantry Divisions, 6 Cavalry Divisions, 5 Artillery Divisions
    Navy: 4 Destroyers
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 4/2/1
    Projects: Port Expansion (7/9)


    South America

    Spoiler :
    Venezuela: Caracas
    Socialist Republic: President Antoine Bernardo (Socialist)
    Industrial Points: 0 (+2)
    Economic Points: 0/0/0 (+3)
    Credit Rating: 12%
    Stability: 5
    Army: 7 Infantry Divisions, 3 Artillery Divisions
    Navy: 2 Destroyers, 3 Submarines
    Air Force: 3 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 2/4/2
    Projects: Maracaibo Harbour (1/5), Refinery Expansion (2/12)

    United States of South America (ChineseWarlord): Lima
    Military Dictatorship: Corporate Dictator (Conservative)
    Industrial Points: 72 (+9)
    Economic Points: 6/0/0 (+5)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 10 Infantry Divisions, 2 Cavalry Divisions, 3 Artillery Divisions
    Navy: 3 Destroyers
    Military Grade: 3/2/1

    Brazil (Golden1Knight): Recife
    Corporate Republic: Executive Board (Liberal)
    Industrial Points: 45 (+5)
    Economic Points: 8/0/0 (+6)
    Credit Rating: 6%
    Stability: 8
    Army: 14 Infantry Divisions, 5 Cavalry Divisions, 7 Artillery Divisions
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 2/1/1
    Projects: Small Arms Factories (4/10)

    Gaucho Republic (Scarlet_King): Santa Cruz
    Liberal Republic: Gaucho Liberals
    Industrial Points: 16 (+2)
    Economic Points: 8/0/0 (+3)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 6 Infantry Divisions, 6 Cavalry Divisions, 1 Artillery Division
    Military Grade: 5/0/0

    Workers’ Federation of Sao Paulo (JoanK): Sao Paulo
    Communist Federation: Communists
    Industrial Points: 30 (+7)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+4)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 8
    Army: 11 Infantry Divisions, 5 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 6/0/0

    La Plata (christos200): Buenos Aires
    Military Dictatorship: Marshal Ferdinand Romano (Communist)
    Industrial Points: 67 (+8)
    Economic Points: 8/0/0 (+6)
    Credit Rating: 12%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 9 Infantry Divisions, 1 Cavalry Divisions, 5 Artillery Divisions, 2 Armoured Divisions
    Air Force: 5 Fighter Squadrons, 2 Bomber Squadrons, 3 Gunship Squadrons
    Military Grade: 4/0/4


    Europe

    Spoiler :
    Celtic Union: Glasgow
    Constitutional Monarchy: Liberals
    Industrial Points: 24 (+3)
    Economic Points: 5/0/0 (+3)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability 6
    Army: 5 Infantry Divisions, 1 Cavalry Divisions, 2 Artillery Divisions
    Navy: 6 Destroyers, 1 Submarine
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 1/2/1
    Projects: Offshore Oil Drilling (8/8)

    English Trade Federation (Ophorian): London
    Liberal Republic: Imperial Board (Conservative)
    Industrial Points: 55 (+6)
    Economic Points: 1/0/0 (+6)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 5 Infantry Divisions, 2 Cavalry Division, 3 Artillery Divisions
    Navy: 15 Destroyers, 4 Submarines, 1 Battleship
    Military Grade: 3/5/0

    Norway: Oslo
    Military Dictatorship: Counter-Modernists
    Industrial Points: 21 (+2)
    Economic Points: 0/0/0 (+2)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 5 Infantry Divisions, 1 Cavalry
    Navy: 2 Destroyers
    Military Grade: 0/2/0
    Projects: Offshore Oil Drilling (3/8)

    Sweden (Belgarion95): Stockholm
    Technocratic Dictatorship: Chancellor Lothbrok (Technocratic)
    Industrial Points: 68 (+10)
    Economic Points: 2/0/0 (+6)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 6 Infantry Divisions, 4 Artillery Divisions
    Navy: 5 Destroyers
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 1/2/1
    Projects: Cargo Shipyard (7/7), Lapland Mines (4/4)

    Republic of Germany (TaylorFlame): Berlin
    Liberal Republic: Liberals
    Industrial Points: 28 (+5)
    Economic Points: 1/0/0 (+4)
    Credit Rating: 4%
    Stability: 9
    Army: 4 Infantry Divisions, 1 Cavalry Division, 4 Artillery Divisions
    Air Force: 5 Fighter Squadrons, 2 Bomber Squadron, 3 Gunship Squadrons
    Military Grade: 2/1/3
    Projects: Hamburg Naval Base (6/6)

    Czechia (Mr. Lothar): Prague
    Absolute Monarchy: King Vaclav I (Counter-Modernist)
    Industrial Points: 46 (+6)
    Economic Points: 1/0/0 (+5)
    Credit Rating: 2%
    Stability: 10
    Army: 3 Infantry, 4 Cavalry, 2 Artillery Brigades
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 2/0/2
    Projects: Telecommunications Networks (4/4), Railway Expansion (4/4)

    South German Confederation (Shadowbound): Munich
    Technocratic Dictatorship: Bundeskanzler (Technocratic)
    Industrial Points: 77 (+9)
    Economic Points: 0/0/0 (+8)
    Credit Rating: 4%
    Stability: 9
    Army: 6 Infantry Divisions, 6 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 3/0/0
    Projects: Telecommunications Networks (3/6)

    Belgium: Brussels
    Technocratic Dictatorship: Technocrats
    Industrial Points: 13 (+1)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 3 Infantry Divisions, 1 Cavalry Divisions
    Military Grade: 1/0/0

    France: Paris
    Military Dictatorship: Nationalists
    Industrial Points: 0 (+1)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 18%
    Stability: 5
    Army: 3 Infantry Divisions, 1 Cavalry Divisions, 1 Artillery Divisions
    Air Force: 3 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 4/0/3

    Underground
    Military Dictatorship: Rebel Leaders
    Industrial Points: 5 (+2)
    Economic Points: 0/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 6%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 3 Infantry Divisions, 2 Artillery Division
    Military Grade: 3/0/0

    Revolutionary Assembly of National Order (Azale)
    Military Dictatorship: Blanquist and Louvre Factions
    Industrial Points: 4 (+1)
    Economic Points: 0/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 8
    Army: 4 Infantry Divisions, 1 Artillery Division

    Spain: Madrid
    Constitutional Monarchy: Counter-Modernists
    Industrial Points: 16 (+1)
    Economic Points: 6/0/0 (+2)
    Credit Rating: 2%
    Stability: 10
    Army: 4 Infantry Divisions, 3 Cavalry Divisions
    Military Grade: 1/0/0

    Catalonia: Barcelona
    Liberal Republic: Counter-Modernists
    Industrial Points: 14 (+2)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 6%
    Stability: 8
    Army: 4 Infantry Divisions, 2 Cavalry Divisions, 1 Artillery Division
    Navy: 3 Destroyers
    Military Grade: 2/2/0

    Lombardy (m.t.cicero): Milan
    Technocratic Dictatorship: Technocrats
    Industrial Points: 38 (+4)
    Economic Points: 0/0/0 (+6)
    Credit Rating: 12%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 11 Infantry Divisions, 3 Cavalry Divisions, 2 Artillery Divisions
    Navy: 7 Destroyers
    Air Force: 3 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 4/2/1
    Projects: Port Expansion (10/15)

    Italy: Naples
    Constitutional Monarchy: Monarch (Liberal)
    Industrial Points: 13 (+1)
    Economic Points: 5/0/0 (+2)
    Credit Rating: 6%
    Stability: 8
    Army: 7 Infantry Divisions, 3 Cavalry Divisions
    Air Force: 1 Fighter Squadron
    Military Grade: 1/0/1

    Serbia: Belgrade
    Fascist Dictatorship: Dictator (Fascist)
    Industrial Points: 24 (+2)
    Economic Points: 6/0/0 (+2)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 8 Infantry, 3 Cavalry, 4 Artillery
    Military Grade: 2/0/0

    Hungary: Budapest
    Socialist Federation: Socialists
    Industrial Points: 31 (+2)
    Economic Points: 14/0/0 (+7)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 16 Infantry, 7 Cavalry, 4 Artillery
    Military Grade: 2/0/0
    Projects: Gdansk Line (4/18)

    Lower Danube: Bucharest
    Theocratic Dictatorship: Orthodox Clerics (Religious)
    Industrial Points: 8 (+1)
    Economic Points: 6/0/0 (+2)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 3 Infantry Divisions, 1 Cavalry Division
    Military Grade: 0/0/0

    Kiev: Kiev
    Theocratic Republic: Orthodox Clerics (Religious)
    Industrial Points: 19 (+3)
    Economic Points: 6/0/0 (+2)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 6 Infantry Divisions, 2 Cavalry Divisions
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadron
    Military Grade: 0/0/1

    White Russia: Minsk
    Communist Dictatorship: Communists
    Industrial Points: 18 (+1)
    Economic Points: 6/0/0 (+2)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 6 Infantry Divisions, 4 Cavalry Divisions, 3 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 1/0/0

    Russia: Moscow
    Theocratic Republic: Mikhail Alkaev/Orthodox Party (Religious)
    Industrial Points: 45 (+7)
    Economic Points: 0/0/0 (+7)
    Credit Rating: 9%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 19 Infantry Divisions, 9 Cavalry Divisions, 8 Artillery Divisions, 1 Armoured Division
    Military Grade: 5/0/0
    Projects: Industrial Parks (10/18)
     
  4. J.K. Stockholme

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    Algeria (Sir Parker II): Algiers
    Constitutional Monarchy: Monarch (Liberal)
    Industrial Points: 36 (+3)
    Economic Points: 5/0/0 (+3)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 4 Infantry Divisions, 11 Cavalry Divisions, 4 Artillery Divisions
    Navy: 6 Destroyers, 3 Submarines
    Military Grade: 4/3/0
    Projects: Plantation Expansion (1/7), Textile Factories (1/9)

    Mali: Bamako
    Communist Dictatorship: Communists
    Industrial Points: 21 (+2)
    Economic Points: 6/0/0 (+5)
    Credit Rating: 6%
    Stability: 8
    Army: 10 Infantry Divisions, 2 Cavalry Divisions, 5 Artillery Divisions
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 5/0/0

    Burkina Faso: Ouagadougou
    Military Dictatorship: Conservatives
    Industrial Points: 13 (+1)
    Economic Points: 5/0/0 (+2)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 6 Infantry, 2 Cavalry Divisions, 1 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 1/0/0

    Nigeria: Lagos
    Theocratic Dictatorship: Muslim Clerics (Religious)
    Industrial Points: 42 (+4)
    Economic Points: 8/0/0 (+4)
    Credit Rating: 12%
    Stability: 5
    Army: 8 Infantry Divisions, 3 Cavalry Divisions, 2 Artillery Divisions
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 2/0/1

    Egypt: Cairo
    Socialist Republic: Counter-Modernists
    Industrial Points: 16 (+2)
    Economic Points: 9/0/0 (+3)
    Credit Rating: 4%
    Stability: 9
    Army: 6 Infantry Divisions, 3 Cavalry Divisions, 5 Artillery Divisions
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 3/0/2

    Ethiopia: Neo-Addis Abeba
    Fascist Dictatorship: Monarch and Co. (Conservative)
    Industrial Points: 50 (+5)
    Economic Points: 10/0/0 (+6)
    Credit Rating: 12%
    Stability: 5
    Army: 11 Infantry Divisions, 5 Cavalry Divisions, 6 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 3/1/0

    Swahililand: Nairobi
    Absolute Monarchy: Monarch (Conservative)
    Industrial Points: 50 (+5)
    Economic Points: 8/0/0 (+4)
    Credit Rating: 6%
    Stability: 8
    Army: 19 Infantry Divisions, 7 Cavalry Divisions, 9 Artillery Divisions, 3 Armoured Divisions
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 5/0/1

    Tanzania: Dodoma
    Liberal Republic: Liberal Party
    Industrial Points: 50 (+5)
    Economic Points: 4/0/0 (+4)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 16 Infantry Divisions, 8 Cavalry Divisions, 9 Artillery Divisions, 3 Armoured Divisions
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 5/0/1

    Congo (spaceman98): Kinshasa-Brazzaville
    Military Dictatorship: Presidential Dictator (Nationalist)
    Industrial Points: 18 (+1)
    Economic Points: 2/0/0 (+2)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 6 Infantry Divisions, 2 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 2/0/0
    Projects: Mining Expansion (1/5), Railway Expansion (1/6), Medical Centres (1/4)

    Katanga: Lubumbashi
    Communist Dictatorship: Leftist Dictator (Communist)
    Industrial Points: 21 (+2)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+2)
    Credit Rating: 6%
    Stability: 8
    Army: 5 Infantry Divisions, 1 Artillery Division
    Military Grade: 2/0/0

    Zambia: Lusaka
    Absolute Monarchy: Conservatives
    Industrial Points: 3 (+1)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 4 Infantry Divisions, 1 Cavalry Division
    Military Grade: 0/0/0

    Botswana: Gaborone
    Liberal Republic: Counter-Modernists
    Industrial Points: 44 (+3)
    Economic Points: 4/0/0 (+5)
    Credit Rating: 2%
    Stability: 10
    Army: 8 Infantry Divisions, 7 Cavalry Divisions
    Military Grade: 1/0/0
    Projects: National Highways (5/7)

    South Africa (Everblack): Pretoria
    Liberal Republic: Bongani Nel/Liberal Party
    Industrial Points: 55 (+6)
    Economic Points: 1/0/0 (+7)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 14 Infantry Divisions, 7 Cavalry Divisions, 6 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 2/1/0
    Projects: Green Skies Project (11/11)

    Madagascar: Antananarivo
    Absolute Monarchy: Conservatives
    Industrial Points: 13 (+1)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 4 Infantry Brigades
    Military Grade: 0/0/0


    Asia

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    Liberal Republic: Liberals
    Industrial Points: 58 (+6)
    Economic Points: 12/0/0 (+4)
    Credit Rating: 14%
    Stability: 4
    Army: 6 Infantry Divisions, 1 Cavalry Division, 3 Artillery Divisions
    Navy: 6 Destroyers
    Military Grade: 4/3/0

    Caucasian Union: Tbilisi
    Liberal Federation: Counter-Modernists
    Industrial Points: 16 (+2)
    Economic Points: 6/0/0 (+2)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 5 Infantry Divisions, 5 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 2/0/0

    Iraq (Bair_the_Normal): Baghdad
    Military Dictatorship: Presidential Dictator (Conservative)
    Industrial Points: 45 (+5)
    Economic Points: 6/0/0 (+6)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 11 Infantry Divisions, 6 Cavalry Divisions, 4 Artillery Divisions
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 6/0/2
    Projects: Suez Fortifications (5/5)

    Arab Sultanates: Sana’a
    Absolute Monarchy: Council of Sultans (Liberal)
    Industrial Points: 30 (+5)
    Economic Points: 8/0/0 (+7)
    Credit Rating: 2%
    Stability: 10
    Army: 5 Infantry Divisions, 3 Cavalry Divisions
    Navy: 12 Destroyers, 3 Submarines, 1 Battleship
    Military Grade: 0/4/0
    Projects: Skyscrapers (6/14)

    Iran: Isfahan
    Absolute Monarchy: Monarch (Conservative)
    Industrial Points: 33 (+4)
    Economic Points: 9/0/0 (+6)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 15 Infantry Divisions, 3 Cavalry Divisions, 9 Artillery Divisions, 1 Armoured Divisions
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons, 1 Bomber Squadron
    Military Grade: 6/0/2
    Projects: Telecomm Lines (8/8)

    Afghanistan: Kabul
    Absolute Monarchy: Tribal Council (Counter-Modernist)
    Industrial Points: 3 (+1)
    Economic Points: 0/0/0 (+2)
    Credit Rating: 6%
    Stability: 8
    Army: 4 Infantry Divisions, 4 Cavalry Divisions
    Military Grade: 1/0/0
    Projects: Mining Expansion (5/7)

    Pakistan: Karachi
    Socialist Republic: Labour Unions (Socialist)
    Industrial Points: 36 (+2)
    Economic Points: 8/0/0 (+3)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 6 Infantry Divisions, 2 Artillery Divisions, 1 Armoured Division
    Air Force: 1 Fighter Squadron
    Military Grade: 6/2/2

    Kashmir: Islamabad
    Communist Dictatorship: Communists
    Industrial Points: 8 (+1)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 4%
    Stability: 9
    Army: 5 Infantry Divisions, 2 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 2/0/0

    Ganges: Delhi
    Communist Dictatorship: Maoists (Communist)
    Industrial Points: 21 (+2)
    Economic Points: 0/0/0 (+5)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 15 Infantry Divisions
    Military Grade: 4/0/1
    Projects: Electrification (2/9), Energy Expansion (5/13)

    Maharashtra: Mumbai
    Liberal Republic: Counter-Modernists
    Industrial Points: 13 (+1)
    Economic Points: 7/0/0 (+3)
    Credit Rating: 4%
    Stability: 9
    Army: 6 Infantry Divisions, 3 Cavalry Divisions, 3 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 2/0/0

    Hyderabad: Hyderabad
    Constitutional Monarchy: Liberals
    Industrial Points: 35 (+5)
    Economic Points: 8/0/0 (+7)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 12 Infantry Divisions, 6 Cavalry Divisions, 6 Artillery Divisions
    Air Force: 3 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 3/1/1

    Sri Lanka: Colombo
    Socialist Republic: Leftist Coalition (Socialist)
    Industrial Points: 3 (+1)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 6%
    Stability: 8
    Army: 3 Infantry Divisions
    Military Grade: 0/0/0

    Odisha: Bhubaneswar
    Corporate Dictatorship: National Executive (Conservative)
    Industrial Points: 16 (+2)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 12%
    Stability: 5
    Army: 6 Infantry Divisions, 4 Cavalry Divisions, 5 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 1/0/0

    Assam: Dhaka
    Absolute Monarchy: Monarch (Conservative)
    Industrial Points: 13 (+1)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 3 Infantry Divisions, 3 Cavalry Divisions, 1 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 0/0/0

    Tibet: Lhasa
    Theocratic Dictatorship: Buddhist Clerics (Religious)
    Industrial Points: 3 (+1)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 6%
    Stability: 8
    Army: 4 Infantry Divisions
    Military Grade: 0/0/0

    Kashgaria: Kashgar
    Theocratic Dictatorship: Muslim Clerics (Religious)
    Industrial Points: 21 (+2)
    Economic Points: 8/0/0 (+3)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 8 Infantry Divisions, 3 Cavalry Divisions
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 2/0/1

    Far Eastern Republic: Vladivostok
    Liberal Republic: Liberals
    Industrial Points: 42 (+4)
    Economic Points: 5/0/0 (+4)
    Credit Rating: 4%
    Stability: 9
    Army: 19 Infantry Divisions, 9 Cavalry Divisions, 8 Artillery Divisions
    Air Force: 2 Fighter Squadrons
    Military Grade: 6/0/2

    Japan (Arrow Gamer): Tokyo
    Military Dictatorship: Dictator (Conservative)
    Industrial Points: 47 (+5)
    Economic Points: 0/0/0 (+5)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 12 Infantry Divisions, 2 Cavalry Divisions, 8 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 5/2/0
    Projects: Wind and Solar Power Facilities (11/11)

    Tohoku: Sendai
    Military Dictatorship: Japanese Puppet (Conservative)
    Industrial Points: 13 (+1)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 6 Infantry Divisions, 2 Cavalry Divisions, 2 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 4/0/2

    People’s Republic of China (Grandkhan): Guangzhou
    Communist Dictatorship: Communist Party
    Industrial Points: 59 (+7)
    Economic Points: 0/0/0 (+7)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 16 Infantry Divisions, 7 Cavalry Divisions, 9 Artillery Divisions, 3 Armoured Divisions
    Air Force: 4 Fighter Squadrons, 2 Bomber Squadrons
    Military Grade: 5/0/3
    Projects: Energy Expansion (11/17), Shipyard Expansion (6/12)

    Vietnam: Saigon
    Corporate Dictatorship: National Companies (Conservative)
    Industrial Points: 13 (+1)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 5 Infantry Divisions, 2 Cavalry Divisions, 2 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 0/0/0

    Thailand: Bangkok
    Theocratic Dictatorship: Buddhist Clerics (Religious)
    Industrial Points: 3 (+1)
    Economic Points: 3/0/0 (+1)
    Credit Rating: 6%
    Stability: 8
    Army: 5 Infantry Divisions, 1 Artillery Divisions
    Military Grade: 0/0/0


    Oceania

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    Theocratic Dictatorship: Caliph (Religious)
    Industrial Points: 56 (+3)
    Economic Points: 2/0/0 (+6)
    Credit Rating: 10%
    Stability: 6
    Army: 5 Infantry Divisions
    Navy: 9 Destroyers, 1 Submarines
    Military Grade: 0/3/0
    Projects: Undersea Cables (14/14)

    Australia (Amesjay): Canberra
    Corporate Dictatorship: Corporate Executives (Conservative)
    Industrial Points: 53 (+5)
    Economic Points: 0/0/0 (+5)
    Credit Rating: 8%
    Stability: 7
    Army: 4 Infantry Divisions
    Military Grade: 0/1/0
    Projects: Western Port Expansion (6/6), Renewable Energy (2/6)

    New Zealand: Wellington
    Liberal Republic: Liberals
    Industrial Points: 21 (+2)
    Economic Points: 12/0/0 (+5)
    Credit Rating: 2%
    Stability: 10
    Army: 1 Infantry Division
    Navy: 1 Destroyer
    Military Grade: 0/2/0
     
  5. J.K. Stockholme

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    French Civil War 2201 -
    Underground, Revolutionary Assembly of the National Order, England, Republic of Germany, Lombardy vs. France, Catalonia, Spain

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    United Commons of America, Mexico, Brazil vs. Venezuela

    Sao Paulo Civil War 2195 - 2202
    Workers' Federation of Sao Paulo vs. Kingdom of Sao Paulo

    Second American Civil War 2200 - 2202
    United Commons of America vs. Western Union

    Alliances:

    English-German Alliance: English Trade Federation, Republic of Germany
    Swedish-White Russian Alliance: Sweden, White Russia
    Swedish-Norwegian Alliance: Sweden, Norway
    Russian-Kievan Alliance: Russia, Kiev
    Technocratic Alliance: South German Confederation, Lombardy, Sweden

    Treaties and Agreements:

    Treaty of Oakland, 2200: California, Cascadia
    West Coast Non-Aggression Pact, 2200: California, Cascadia, Mormon State
    Democratic Non-Aggression Pact, 2201: England, Republic of Germany, Italy, Celtic Union
    Treaty of Palo Alto, 2202: California, South German Confederation
    Treaty of La Pas de California, 2202: California, Mexico

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    J.K. Stockholme Architect

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    Fog Maps
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  8. Ophorian

    Ophorian Holy Britannian Emperor

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    The English Trade Federation is reporting for duty.
     
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    Ethiopa is here. Put stock in stocknes.
     
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    Up, La Plata!
     
  11. Shadowbound

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    Mississippi is run by Mormon Clerics and the Mormon State is run by Baptist Clerics.

    Priest Swap: America's #1 Reality TV show!

    Bayern uber alles
     
  12. Arrow Gamer

    Arrow Gamer America's Dictator

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    Japan checking in.
     
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    Lombardy ready to party.
     
  14. thomas.berubeg

    thomas.berubeg Wandering the World

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    Canada here to get back... at... cha?
     
  15. Amesjay

    Amesjay Chieftain

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    Would I be able to join as Australia?
     
  16. Grandkhan

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  17. J.K. Stockholme

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    @Shadowbound: Priests Swap sadly didn't make it past the pilot.

    @Amsjay: I've recognized you as sole proprietor of Australia.
     
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  20. Immaculate

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    Beyond access to new units, does military grades affect the efficacy with which the unit fights? Does a military grade 1 infantry lose to a military grade 2 one (all other issues being equal)?
     

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