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Head Administrator and Marshal of the Empire of Andrew: Socialist Republic of Andrew
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Empire of Andrew contains 10 nations, the 1,558th most in the world.

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NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Empire of Socialist Republic of AndrewInoffensive Centrist Democracy Fascists“Per fortitudinem ferro, victoriam propter fratrum”
2.The Infinite Empire of Cybus1Father Knows Best State Suspiciously Conservative Democracy“Nos autem vitam et mortem.”
3.The Imperio Constitucional of Novo WagondiaCivil Rights Lovefest Brave Progressives“Slavery is the Daughter of Darkness”
4.The EPCOT and Conch Republic of Timmy CityNew York Times Democracy Corporate-Dominated Sham Democracy“It started with a windbird”
5.The State of The Orson EmpireLeft-wing Utopia Utopia“Victory for Orson”
6.The Democratic Union of Felucian Planetary RepublicCivil Rights Lovefest Brave Progressives“Da pacem Domine sperantibus.”
7.The Democratic Republic of The Unified Nations of FeluciaCivil Rights Lovefest Brave Progressives“Many hearts beating as one.”
8.The Empire of Santa LucijaCapitalist Paradise Corporate Slave State“Qua Patet Orbis”
9.The Commonwealth of United Kingdom of PolandCivil Rights Lovefest Brave Progressives“Live and Let live”
10.The Constitutional Principality of OcearaInoffensive Centrist Democracy Fascists“People, Country, Wealth.”

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Novo Wagondia wrote:Something of a random question, but what local/regional food chains do y'all appreciate the most about where you live? This question is always on my mind around this time of year, near when I'm planning to return home and re-acquaint myself with the finest parts of Texas cuisine.

Crown Burgers has the best burgers in Utah, Their signature Crown Burger is a cheeseburger with hot pastrami and is one of the most beloved burgers in the state. Like many places in Utah, it has Fry Sauce as a condiment that's popular here. They also cook the food in full view of the customer as the entire kitchen is one row of equipment along the back wall behind the counter.

If you'd ever end up in Utah and want to try it out, I'd warn you unless you have a particularly large appetite to consider getting the Jr Crown Burger because they are extremely filling.

There's also Arctic Circle, which popularized Fry Sauce in the United States. If you're unfamiliar with Fry Sauce it's a mixture of Ketchup and Mayo.

Novo Wagondia wrote:Something of a random question, but what local/regional food chains do y'all appreciate the most about where you live? This question is always on my mind around this time of year, near when I'm planning to return home and re-acquaint myself with the finest parts of Texas cuisine.

Personally, I have always loved Chick-fil-A, despite their unfortunate politics from time to time. It's probably the most reliably excellent fast food chain in the south, and though it can (mostly) be found across the US now, it always reminds me of childhood and being home. Whataburger is, of course, another regional favorite, as is Raising Cane's. The Austin-San Antonio area in particular is home to the excellent Torchy's Tacos and Bill Miller Bar-B-Q, which Andrew might have run into in Houston.

This is a hard one.

Our best to go food is probably a fresh made sandwich from the Publix deli, specifically the chicken tender sub. Publix is a grocery store only found in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, the Carolinas, and Virginia. So the only people besides myself who know of it are probably Cybus and Fel.

Chick-Fil-A is always solid. Other good ones are Pollo Tropical (only found in Florida) and Checkers, if you go there get their fries.

Timmy City wrote:This is a hard one.

Our best to go food is probably a fresh made sandwich from the Publix deli, specifically the chicken tender sub. Publix is a grocery store only found in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, the Carolinas, and Virginia. So the only people besides myself who know of it are probably Cybus and Fel.

Chick-Fil-A is always solid. Other good ones are Pollo Tropical (only found in Florida) and Checkers, if you go there get their fries.

How is the Cuban food in Tampa area (I think you mentioned long ago that's where you're from)? I visited Miami and the Keys once, and loved the pork sandwiches and ceviche there, but have never visited central Florida.

Novo Wagondia wrote:How is the Cuban food in Tampa area (I think you mentioned long ago that's where you're from)? I visited Miami and the Keys once, and loved the pork sandwiches and ceviche there, but have never visited central Florida.

I want to say I’m from all over. Cuban food in Tampa is pretty similar to Miami with one glaring exception, the Cubano also known the Cuban sandwich. Miami’s Cuban sandwiches don’t have salami and tomatoes and Tampa’s version does.

Oceara wrote:Crown Burgers has the best burgers in Utah, Their signature Crown Burger is a cheeseburger with hot pastrami and is one of the most beloved burgers in the state. Like many places in Utah, it has Fry Sauce as a condiment that's popular here. They also cook the food in full view of the customer as the entire kitchen is one row of equipment along the back wall behind the counter.

If you'd ever end up in Utah and want to try it out, I'd warn you unless you have a particularly large appetite to consider getting the Jr Crown Burger because they are extremely filling.

There's also Arctic Circle, which popularized Fry Sauce in the United States. If you're unfamiliar with Fry Sauce it's a mixture of Ketchup and Mayo.

Cook-Out is fantastic and cheap. I especially love their spicy crispy chicken sandwich with cheese, and I get it with fries and a chicken quesadilla.
Biscuitville has great Southern breakfast food. I especially like their spicy honey chicken biscuit and their cheese grits. To my delight, they once had a shirt that read “The North has bagels. We have biscuits. The South wins.” I found that hilarious, accurate, and it appealed to my sense of Southern pride. On the breakfast topic, Waffle House hashbrowns are fantastic, especially when ordered with cheese and onions.
There’s a fantastic South American chain called Viva Chicken. I think it’s regional. I really really love their arroz chaufa, Peruvian fried rice with rotisserie chicken. They also have an incredible augas freaschas (the delightful beverages that you sometimes refer to) in the form of a fantastic and refreshing drink called Chica Morada; it’s made from purple corn and has lots of great spices and it’s awesome.
Chick-Fil-A is quite good, but I’m also a big fan of Bojangles! I love their seasoned fries and cajun chicken and their biscuits are also quite good. Popeyes has excellent “blackened” grilled chicken tenders, but I don’t care for their “cajun” fries or biscuits. Zaxby’s has good fluffy crinkle fries with seasoning and pretty good chicken.
The Charlotte region also has a great series of French cafes, Amelie’s French Bakery. I adore their macaroons and the simple but delicious croque monsieur with ham, cheese, bechamel sauce, and Dijon on a crossiant. Sadly, the Uptown Charlotte location closed and because I don’t have my car on campus, I have no way to get to the other locations.
And finally, Showmars has good chicken. The fries leave something to be desired though.
Oh, and Cast Iron Waffles has AMAZING Belgian waffles with caramel mixed into the batter to sweeten them. I like to get the cinnamon bun waffle; the basic waffle dusted with cinnamon and brown sugar, and drizzle of icing. I believe they’re a local chain.

As Timmy pointed out, Publix is a regional grocery chain. I’ve never got actual prepared food from there; but when we go to the beach, we get sandwich making supplies from the local Publix and they have excellent deli counter meats; I’m especially fond of their sliced buffalo chicken, and honey turkey.

Sorry, rambling.

Oh! Since we are on the topic:
There was a coffee shop in uptown Charlotte I adored. Subsecreto, right by the light rail, which meant I had easy access from campus. An enigmatic, mysterious, rather odd little coffeeshop that was magic themed, had such strange objects for decor (such as a phrenology head, an authentic Turkish fez, huge comfy leather chairs, a book to anonymously write secrets in, a painting of a witches sabbath, and more) and (I kid you not!) a bookshelf door that slid open to the bathroom and a workshop which held a fashion company where the company founder helped designed a new armored backpack for the military (which he showed to me, along with various prototypes of it, and there were several veterans who came in at times to try it on). The owner claimed to be a former Blackwater operative. The barista made an utterly amazing variety of coffee and teas; such as “The Crucible” (a chai latte), “A Cold Day In Hell” (iced coffee, but flavored with something that I think involved chili peppers? It was fantastic!), among others. Their secret was a huge, fancy, brass-covered espresso machine. When I first started school at UNCC the barista and I became pals, and he recommended restaurants and patiently listened to my rambling about the things I learned or books I read.
Fittingly, and true to its theme, the place mysteriously vanished in the summer of 2019 and the owner vanished from all social media. It was utterly bizzare; there was absolutely zero indication they were closing, they were there one day and then, literally the next day, there was no trace they had ever been there! I miss it so much! I yearn for their amazing coffees and the eccentric owner and the friendly barista.

Cybus1 wrote:Cook-Out is fantastic and cheap. I especially love their spicy crispy chicken sandwich with cheese, and I get it with fries and a chicken quesadilla.
Biscuitville has great Southern breakfast food. I especially like their spicy honey chicken biscuit and their cheese grits. To my delight, they once had a shirt that read “The North has bagels. We have biscuits. The South wins.” I found that hilarious, accurate, and it appealed to my sense of Southern pride. On the breakfast topic, Waffle House hashbrowns are fantastic, especially when ordered with cheese and onions.
There’s a fantastic South American chain called Viva Chicken. I think it’s regional. I really really love their arroz chaufa, Peruvian fried rice with rotisserie chicken. They also have an incredible augas freaschas (the delightful beverages that you sometimes refer to) in the form of a fantastic and refreshing drink called Chica Morada; it’s made from purple corn and has lots of great spices and it’s awesome.
Chick-Fil-A is quite good, but I’m also a big fan of Bojangles! I love their seasoned fries and cajun chicken and their biscuits are also quite good. Popeyes has excellent “blackened” grilled chicken tenders, but I don’t care for their “cajun” fries or biscuits. Zaxby’s has good fluffy crinkle fries with seasoning and pretty good chicken.
The Charlotte region also has a great series of French cafes, Amelie’s French Bakery. I adore their macaroons and the simple but delicious croque monsieur with ham, cheese, bechamel sauce, and Dijon on a crossiant. Sadly, the Uptown Charlotte location closed and because I don’t have my car on campus, I have no way to get to the other locations.
And finally, Showmars has good chicken. The fries leave something to be desired though.
Oh, and Cast Iron Waffles has AMAZING Belgian waffles with caramel mixed into the batter to sweeten them. I like to get the cinnamon bun waffle; the basic waffle dusted with cinnamon and brown sugar, and drizzle of icing. I believe they’re a local chain.

As Timmy pointed out, Publix is a regional grocery chain. I’ve never got actual prepared food from there; but when we go to the beach, we get sandwich making supplies from the local Publix and they have excellent deli counter meats; I’m especially fond of their sliced buffalo chicken, and honey turkey.

Sorry, rambling.

Oh! Since we are on the topic:
There was a coffee shop in uptown Charlotte I adored. Subsecreto, right by the light rail, which meant I had easy access from campus. An enigmatic, mysterious, rather odd little coffeeshop that was magic themed, had such strange objects for decor (such as a phrenology head, an authentic Turkish fez, huge comfy leather chairs, a book to anonymously write secrets in, a painting of a witches sabbath, and more) and (I kid you not!) a bookshelf door that slid open to the bathroom and a workshop which held a fashion company where the company founder helped designed a new armored backpack for the military (which he showed to me, along with various prototypes of it, and there were several veterans who came in at times to try it on). The owner claimed to be a former Blackwater operative. The barista made an utterly amazing variety of coffee and teas; such as “The Crucible” (a chai latte), “A Cold Day In Hell” (iced coffee, but flavored with something that I think involved chili peppers? It was fantastic!), among others. Their secret was a huge, fancy, brass-covered espresso machine. When I first started school at UNCC the barista and I became pals, and he recommended restaurants and patiently listened to my rambling about the things I learned or books I read.
Fittingly, and true to its theme, the place mysteriously vanished in the summer of 2019 and the owner vanished from all social media. It was utterly bizzare; there was absolutely zero indication they were closing, they were there one day and then, literally the next day, there was no trace they had ever been there! I miss it so much! I yearn for their amazing coffees and the eccentric owner and the friendly barista.

I've never been much of a coffeeshop regular myself (though I do enjoy coffee), but it sounds like it would be hard to stay away from Subsecreto. Here in the UK, a popular coffeeshop drink is London Fog, or earl grey tea with steamed milk and vanilla syrup, though I'm pretty sure it was invented in Canada. Either way, that drink alone is certainly worth a visit.

I actually went to my first Cook-Out when I was last at the beach in North Carolina, and thought it was superb. I was more excited about the watermelon milkshake than anything, and it did not disappoint.

Forgot to add Bojangles. Literally a Southern staple.

Novo Wagondia wrote:Something of a random question, but what local/regional food chains do y'all appreciate the most about where you live? This question is always on my mind around this time of year, near when I'm planning to return home and re-acquaint myself with the finest parts of Texas cuisine.

Personally, I have always loved Chick-fil-A, despite their unfortunate politics from time to time. It's probably the most reliably excellent fast food chain in the south, and though it can (mostly) be found across the US now, it always reminds me of childhood and being home. Whataburger is, of course, another regional favorite, as is Raising Cane's. The Austin-San Antonio area in particular is home to the excellent Torchy's Tacos and Bill Miller Bar-B-Q, which Andrew might have run into in Houston.

My family used to go to the local Cook-Out once a week for food and milkshakes (I typically ordered a cheeseburger with fries and a chicken quesadilla on the side, as well as a caramel cheesecake milkshake for dessert), and even though we don't go there as often nowadays I must say it is definitely a nice place to visit. Additionally, I'd have to say Waffle House and Chick-Fil-A are nice places (even though I haven't been to them in quite some time), and I definitely cannot forget about Bojangles (I really love their seasoned fries, which are some of the best I've ever had)...Interestingly enough, ever since the pandemic started, my family doesn't go out to these restaurant chains as much anymore. Instead, we've either stayed home and cooked whatever we have at our place or we go to a local family-owned Mexican restaurant that is very close to our home.

Timmy City wrote:This is a hard one.

Our best to go food is probably a fresh made sandwich from the Publix deli, specifically the chicken tender sub. Publix is a grocery store only found in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, the Carolinas, and Virginia. So the only people besides myself who know of it are probably Cybus and Fel.

Chick-Fil-A is always solid. Other good ones are Pollo Tropical (only found in Florida) and Checkers, if you go there get their fries.

I've passed some Publix grocery stores before in the past (maybe even a few times while vacationing in Florida, though I've more than likely never noticed them when I was there), but I've never actually gone to them. I know for a fact that there's one not too far from where I live, and I'm pretty sure that my mom goes there for groceries nowadays since she stopped going to WalMart.

The Holy Temple (built in approximately 4700 BCE) was a religious complex located a few miles north of what would become Imperial City (the historical capital of the Skedorian nations), and was notable for being primarily built underground. It was separated into two primary sections: the Temple Courtyard and the Inner Sanctum. The Courtyard consisted of multiple pathways connecting landing pads and other entrance points to the Temple interior, with various pillars and obelisks serving as not only decor, but as housing units for parts of a functional shielding generator in later years. The Inner Sanctum, on the other hand, had a complex layout consisting of multiple rooms and hallways, with various hidden tunnel systems (known as the Temple Catacombs) leading to a plethora of facilities and escape routes, the most notable of which connected to Imperial City in case the Temple were to be attacked and its shielding generators failed. At one point in time, bridges had to be constructed to connect the Courtyard to the Inner Sanctum as a powerful earthquake opened up a large fissure in the ground where the two sections of the complex connected, causing massive damage to the surrounding area in the process. At the far end of the Temple's upper levels one could find the Grand Shrine, which served as the holiest part of the Temple itself as it was where Grand Priest Kuh'Jaal consecrated the planet of Skedoria as sacred land. Additionally, it was here that the Grand Priest's tomb was placed after his passing in honor of all that he had done for the species, with the generations of High Priests after him often praying to the gods in front of the tomb and paying respects to their predecessors. When the Skedorian Empire reorganized into the Holy Skedar Empire, the Holy Temple became the de facto capital under the command of King Ise'Vihr, with the Grand Shrine being converted into the Battle Shrine and serving as the place from which the God of War would be praised and the Imperial Royal Guard (also known as the Acolytes of War) would plan their operations. In 2023 CE, during the final stages of the Maian-Skedar War, the Temple and its once hidden sections were destroyed by the Maian Federation in their quest to bring an end to the tyrannical government and its fanatical members, leaving the site in ruins for the civilian populace to rebuild in any way they wanted. Following the establishment of the Sironian Republic, during a cleanup operation of the surrounding area, the government arranged for the removal of the Grand Priest's remains from the ruins in order to bury him in the capital alongside his family. Additionally, the remains of King Qin'Ocheq and his Royal Guard, who fell while defending the Temple from the Maian invasion, were also taken off-site and buried within unmarked graves so as to avoid any of the negative attention their presence would garner.

An excerpt from my factbook on the Skedar that goes over the Holy Temple, which served as the center of Jaalism (the primary religion worshiped by the Skedorian nations for countless generations). I'm getting a bit stuck on the religion section of the factbook, but since I've finished this little part of it, I've decided to share it with all of you.

The Unified Nations of Felucia wrote:
The Holy Temple (built in approximately 4700 BCE) was a religious complex located a few miles north of what would become Imperial City (the historical capital of the Skedorian nations), and was notable for being primarily built underground. It was separated into two primary sections: the Temple Courtyard and the Inner Sanctum. The Courtyard consisted of multiple pathways connecting landing pads and other entrance points to the Temple interior, with various pillars and obelisks serving as not only decor, but as housing units for parts of a functional shielding generator in later years. The Inner Sanctum, on the other hand, had a complex layout consisting of multiple rooms and hallways, with various hidden tunnel systems (known as the Temple Catacombs) leading to a plethora of facilities and escape routes, the most notable of which connected to Imperial City in case the Temple were to be attacked and its shielding generators failed. At one point in time, bridges had to be constructed to connect the Courtyard to the Inner Sanctum as a powerful earthquake opened up a large fissure in the ground where the two sections of the complex connected, causing massive damage to the surrounding area in the process. At the far end of the Temple's upper levels one could find the Grand Shrine, which served as the holiest part of the Temple itself as it was where Grand Priest Kuh'Jaal consecrated the planet of Skedoria as sacred land. Additionally, it was here that the Grand Priest's tomb was placed after his passing in honor of all that he had done for the species, with the generations of High Priests after him often praying to the gods in front of the tomb and paying respects to their predecessors. When the Skedorian Empire reorganized into the Holy Skedar Empire, the Holy Temple became the de facto capital under the command of King Ise'Vihr, with the Grand Shrine being converted into the Battle Shrine and serving as the place from which the God of War would be praised and the Imperial Royal Guard (also known as the Acolytes of War) would plan their operations. In 2023 CE, during the final stages of the Maian-Skedar War, the Temple and its once hidden sections were destroyed by the Maian Federation in their quest to bring an end to the tyrannical government and its fanatical members, leaving the site in ruins for the civilian populace to rebuild in any way they wanted. Following the establishment of the Sironian Republic, during a cleanup operation of the surrounding area, the government arranged for the removal of the Grand Priest's remains from the ruins in order to bury him in the capital alongside his family. Additionally, the remains of King Qin'Ocheq and his Royal Guard, who fell while defending the Temple from the Maian invasion, were also taken off-site and buried within unmarked graves so as to avoid any of the negative attention their presence would garner.

Great work Fel! Glad to see some development on the Skedar's religion.

Cybus1 wrote:The Early Cybusian Empire...

Excellent work Cybus- this is a crucial bit of new lore. The exact details of what happened during the early Cybusian Empire have been undefined for years, and several big questions are now answered (such aa the origin of the word "Cybusian" itself); also, I had never considered the existence of "proto-Evolved", which was a fascinating revelation. I appreciate the Russian influence- the conflicts between the boyars reminded me of Ivan the Terrible and his insane reign. The evolution of your nation and Cybusian culture feels far more natural than before; instead of Alex simply creating the Evolved and having them immediately start off with advanced technology, Arcadia seems to have advanced in time like Earth, with the Cyb and proto-Evolved originating as tribes and taking centuries to establish off-world colonies. Another great revelation is that the Cybusians were not always xenophobic, genocidal, or religious extremists, instead it was rather nuanced, with the Rakovsky family being exceptionally liberal for the time (save for slavery).

Overall, I believe that this casts Alex in much more negative light, even within the Empire. Alex reversed Nikolai Rakovsky's reforms, promoted a hardline and fundamentalist version of Mercerism, began massive wars of conquests that saw the worst atrocities in the EOA universe be committee (such as the extinction of entire sapient species and the desolation of whole star systems), and created then enslaved the Orsonians for this dirty work. Alex's reign was so extreme that his slaves finally broke their chains and rose up (only possible because of his own incompetence and arrogance), starting a 1,000 year long war that nearly destroyed the Cybusian Empire, devastated billions upon billions of worlds (including Arcadia itself), and led to his own death at the hands of a slave. In the previous version of your history, there was at least no precedent of a previous ruler before Alex. Now, it really just looks like he totally botched everything.

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