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Embassies: A Lazarene Card Farm, The North Pacific, The East Pacific, the South Pacific, the West Pacific, Osiris, Balder, the Rejected Realms, Gay, One big Island, Hell, Caer Sidi, Thalassia, 10000 Islands, The Free Nations Region, Warzone Asia, and 5 others.Warzone Airspace, Warzone Africa, Grace of Gaia, Anteria, and LazCorp.

Tags: Anti-Fascist, Casual, Featured, Founderless, Gargantuan, National Sovereigntist, Neutral, Offsite Chat, Offsite Forums, Regional Government, Role Player, and Sinker.

Regional Power: Extremely High

Lazarus contains 8,525 nations, the 4th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Pacifist in Lazarus

Nations ranked highly pursue diplomatic solutions rather than military ones in the international arena, have small or nonexistent militaries, and peace-loving citizens.

As a region, Lazarus is ranked 14,348th in the world for Most Pacifist.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Benevolent Queendom of Divine CervineDemocratic Socialists Ordinary Caring Intelligent World Citizens“Where the deer’s swift leap startles the wild bee”
2.The Environmental Protectorate of SteeniaScandinavian Liberal Paradise Normal“What the hell just hit my head?”
3.The Equal Opportunity Nation of MoftanDemocratic Socialists Ordinary Caring Intelligent World Citizens“Come to never leave.”
4.The Empire of GunfreakDemocratic Socialists Ordinary Caring Intelligent World Citizens“All you're base are belong to us”
5.The Socialist Republic of Iechyd DaDemocratic Socialists Ordinary Caring Intelligent World Citizens“'Mochel dan yr ambarel a cherdded fel brenhines”
6.The Fair State of LariniaLiberal Democratic Socialists Open-Minded Education State“Verzyelet es aldulzát”
7.The Cobalt Skies of TiltpaLeft-wing Utopia Utopia“Everyone is insane to a degree.”
8.The People's Republic of SeralukaDemocratic Socialists Ordinary Caring Intelligent World Citizens“All is One, One is All”
9.The Republic of Future CascadiaDemocratic Socialists Ordinary Caring Intelligent World Citizens“We Succeed United”
10.The Republic of AbarastanLiberal Democratic Socialists Open-Minded Education State“Salus populi suprema lex esto!”
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French Roman Republic wrote:are saying is I can post as many posts as I want?

The acceptable limit is 3. I don't think you'll be banjected for 4, unless you do it to spite, but please do not do it, it's bad.

French Roman Republic wrote:are saying is I can post as many posts as I want?

Taking advantage of the system may constitute as spam, so don't do that.

Post self-deleted by Arclandia.

Would you buy this car?

In 1954, Stevens Automotive launched the start of the most prolific sports-supercar nameplate of all time: The Grand Touring. Created as a competitor to foreign sports cars that were gaining popularity in Sword Island, the first generation Grand Touring was not a worthy adversary to the powerful and sleek sports cars of the '50s and early '60s. Its wimpy 3-speed automatic transmission woefully cut down the potential of its 250 horsepower MK.I engine, and its design was outdated to say the least. So when in 1964 Stevens announced the second generation of the GT, fans had a fragile hope that this car would be better. And in the middle of the 1965 model year, Stevens delivered, introducing the Mark II platform, Gone was the boxy steel bodywork, replaced by a sleeker, more streamlined fiberglass body. The engine received a much-needed tune as the MK.I was replaced by the infinitely more capable SL1, which produced 340 horsepower and 266 pounds per foot of torque at 6700 RPM. The car also went through one other significant change: the car was lowered from being 6 inches off the ground to a mere 2 inches. That small change of a few inches is what gave this car its hyper-sporty feel. The transmission also helped bring the feeling of sportiness to the GT as the despised 3-speed automatic was replaced by a much better received 7-speed manual. The tires went from 15 inches in diameter to beefy 18-inch racing slicks from the factory. In fact, if you ever blew a tire you had to order a new one from the dealership itself. This car's preposition for speed and large engine bay made it a hit with amateur racers, that is if they could afford it because the Mark II did not come cheap. At around 11,640 dollars or about 96,000 adjusted for inflation, it was out of the price range of most. But if you could afford it, it was a driving experience like no other. The car wanted, no needed to go fast, every corner pulled you out of your seat and forcefully pushed you into it again as you accelerated. This car was the quintessential sports car. Speed, handling, power, looks, it was all there in spades.

Up until now if you wanted to get your hands on one of these original masterpieces you would have had to track one done and pay anywhere from 190,000 to 530,000 dollars depending on the condition of the car. Now with the new continuation model, all you have to have is 80 thousand dollars. The base model is true to the original, the engine, brakes, bodywork, and suspension all built to the exact specifications of the Mark II. As a fan of the GT, this is a must-have.

TL;DR: It's a Corvette C2 basically with some added flair from me

Mzeusia wrote:Taking advantage of the system may constitute as spam, so don't do that.

Yep, usually I'll just suppress them, and after that if it keeps going on that is when stronger measures are considered.

New Rogernomics wrote:Yep, usually I'll just suppress them, and after that if it keeps going on that is when stronger measures are considered.

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I shall return after school

New Rogernomics wrote:Yep, usually I'll just suppress them, and after that if it keeps going on that is when stronger measures are considered.

His Immensity might sit on the offender.

Tonight finds Tubbius and Mrs. Tubbius resting in the hot tub together at the palace in Piggy Cliff, waiting on First Supper and lazily rubbing each other's tummies. His gurgles with the remnants of His many lunches just recently finished. Hers does the same but also experiences the somewhat frequent kicks associated with the children She divinely helps Tubbian mothers all around Treadwellia carry. A particularly hefty bump sees widened eyes from His Rotundity, but Her Maternity assures Him that it is just because one of the palace cleaning maids is merely a day from beginning labor and is not a surprise of Their own about to come into the world.

NordicLand84 wrote:QUADRUPLE POSTING!?!?!??

why was this suppressed?

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