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German Fomee wrote:And I am that one dude who nobody cares about but they exist

On the bright side your allies with two very strong Nations...

Balaslandia wrote:ohhhh

Anyway, a man just died in your nation and noone knows he is going to turn into one of the undead a while later. Go ahead and rp it?
Ashkenzic wakes up, his head is pounding and bleeding from a scratch over his forehead. His gun is on the ground and his sword almost slipping from its hilt. He grabs the sword and cuts himself from the tree landing in the water below. He realizes that he is in a piece of Bala Mantre were people havent built things yet and only squatters and others live out there.

Join the coolguys

Empire of coolguy wrote:If it’s not rejected realms it’s not very cool

Welcome to our RMB!

Empire of coolguy wrote:Join the coolguys

No thanks, bro.

Third Soviet Union wrote:On the bright side your allies with two very strong Nations...

Did i mention
Schwarzbier!
the best beer ever!

Empire of coolguy wrote:Join the coolguys

We are already cool. Join us and you will be cooler

Leaves rmb because it’s not rejected realms

Remembering Isobanian WBC Failure; 2-1 Championship Loss to Yuno

Aaron Rooks, SNN • Published 22nd May 2020

Editor's Note: Aaron is an Angshiri author. Born and raised in Anglia, he attended the Academy of Art. He graduated from Sports Photography in 2017 and took a job as a Scientist. He currently works as the editor of SNN and Box Office News, two world-class newspapers that reach millions of readers a year, while working with sports photography.

(Bellview Ballpark - Freetown, African Strand) - The stage is set. The best of the best had been going for around a month, and now, the classic was down to two; the Isobanians, and the Yuno. They started their road with a 4-2 win in the qualifier over Lapathiya. Yuno had shocked the world to even get past Group D. However, they went 3-0 in that group to move onto Valoria. They had a combined ERA of 1.75, they scored 21 runs, and they gave up a mere 7 runs. They defeated Lungha 6-2 in Game 1, the Block 10-5 in Game 2, and Aerilia 5-2 in Game 3. Then, they continued to surpass expectations when they won Group B by going 3-0 with a combined ERA of 2.33, scoring 13 runs, and only allowing 7 runs in the group. They defeated Isobania in Game 1 2-1, they defeated Dellonland in Game 2 3-1, and then they defeated a fierce Lunghan team 9-5 in a back-and-forth affair of a rematch. Then, they pulled up into Freetown and took down the host, African Strand 2-0 behind a stellar pitching performance.

Isobania had been ranked #1 in the country for years. Very fitting that they were one of the co-hosts of the tournament. They were drawn into a group with Dellonland, Western Vapia, and their biggest rival, Miruma. They swept that group going with a 2.50 ERA and outscoring opponents 25-10. They bested Miruma 8-5 in Game 1, Dellonland 7-4 in Game 2, and Vapia 10-1 in Game 3. Then, they moved onto Group B in the next stage. There, they lost Game 1 to Yuno 2-1. Then, they took out Lungha and Dellonland 14-1 and 9-2 respectively. Because of this, the reached second place in Group B with an ERA of 1.67, allowing 5 runs, and scoring 24. Then, in their semifinal game against Asthea, they mixed strong pitching with dominating hitting to assert their dominance over the Astheans.

So, that set up this ballgame. And right out of the gate, Yuno shocked all 25,000 in the stadium in Freetown as well as billions all over the world. A lead-off solo home run from the captain brought many to their feet and gave Yuno a 1-0 lead. As soon as Yuno grabbed that lead, they refused to let it go. Strong pitching from both the Yuno ace and the Isobanian ace, Stephen Thorne, kept both offenses at bay. However, in the top of the fourth, Ryan Virtudes was able to tie the ballgame up at 1-1 with a solo home run. And with that, the defense and the pitching seemed to increase.

1-2-3, good morning-good afternoon-good night, innings continued to roll. Then, in the top of the eighth, Yuno had two on. And a clutch single up the middle gave them a 2-1 lead. And they held that score. With the final strikeout over Jason Stewart, Yuno had the right to hold the trophy high.

Yuno defied all odds to win a championship, but the Isobanians, the heavily favored, choked. For this reason, this makes the list at #11.

Read dispatch

SNN Newsbooth wrote:

Remembering Isobanian WBC Failure; 2-1 Championship Loss to Yuno

Aaron Rooks, SNN • Published 22nd May 2020

Editor's Note: Aaron is an Angshiri author. Born and raised in Anglia, he attended the Academy of Art. He graduated from Sports Photography in 2017 and took a job as a Scientist. He currently works as the editor of SNN and Box Office News, two world-class newspapers that reach millions of readers a year, while working with sports photography.

(Bellview Ballpark - Freetown, African Strand) - The stage is set. The best of the best had been going for around a month, and now, the classic was down to two; the Isobanians, and the Yuno. They started their road with a 4-2 win in the qualifier over Lapathiya. Yuno had shocked the world to even get past Group D. However, they went 3-0 in that group to move onto Valoria. They had a combined ERA of 1.75, they scored 21 runs, and they gave up a mere 7 runs. They defeated Lungha 6-2 in Game 1, the Block 10-5 in Game 2, and Aerilia 5-2 in Game 3. Then, they continued to surpass expectations when they won Group B by going 3-0 with a combined ERA of 2.33, scoring 13 runs, and only allowing 7 runs in the group. They defeated Isobania in Game 1 2-1, they defeated Dellonland in Game 2 3-1, and then they defeated a fierce Lunghan team 9-5 in a back-and-forth affair of a rematch. Then, they pulled up into Freetown and took down the host, African Strand 2-0 behind a stellar pitching performance.

Isobania had been ranked #1 in the country for years. Very fitting that they were one of the co-hosts of the tournament. They were drawn into a group with Dellonland, Western Vapia, and their biggest rival, Miruma. They swept that group going with a 2.50 ERA and outscoring opponents 25-10. They bested Miruma 8-5 in Game 1, Dellonland 7-4 in Game 2, and Vapia 10-1 in Game 3. Then, they moved onto Group B in the next stage. There, they lost Game 1 to Yuno 2-1. Then, they took out Lungha and Dellonland 14-1 and 9-2 respectively. Because of this, the reached second place in Group B with an ERA of 1.67, allowing 5 runs, and scoring 24. Then, in their semifinal game against Asthea, they mixed strong pitching with dominating hitting to assert their dominance over the Astheans.

So, that set up this ballgame. And right out of the gate, Yuno shocked all 25,000 in the stadium in Freetown as well as billions all over the world. A lead-off solo home run from the captain brought many to their feet and gave Yuno a 1-0 lead. As soon as Yuno grabbed that lead, they refused to let it go. Strong pitching from both the Yuno ace and the Isobanian ace, Stephen Thorne, kept both offenses at bay. However, in the top of the fourth, Ryan Virtudes was able to tie the ballgame up at 1-1 with a solo home run. And with that, the defense and the pitching seemed to increase.

1-2-3, good morning-good afternoon-good night, innings continued to roll. Then, in the top of the eighth, Yuno had two on. And a clutch single up the middle gave them a 2-1 lead. And they held that score. With the final strikeout over Jason Stewart, Yuno had the right to hold the trophy high.

Yuno defied all odds to win a championship, but the Isobanians, the heavily favored, choked. For this reason, this makes the list at #11.

Read dispatch

I'm going to do a military parade soon just so you know

Santamar wrote:It was more of an explanation of why nobody has invaded you.

I don’t believe you. I think everybody likes me so much that they don’t want to invade me. Well, apart from you and Accipitridia.

Kingdom Of Casetaria wrote:I am in pegasia

*Looks at map* Oh you’re there!

SNN Newsbooth wrote:

Remembering Isobanian WBC Failure; 2-1 Championship Loss to Yuno

Aaron Rooks, SNN • Published 22nd May 2020

Editor's Note: Aaron is an Angshiri author. Born and raised in Anglia, he attended the Academy of Art. He graduated from Sports Photography in 2017 and took a job as a Scientist. He currently works as the editor of SNN and Box Office News, two world-class newspapers that reach millions of readers a year, while working with sports photography.

(Bellview Ballpark - Freetown, African Strand) - The stage is set. The best of the best had been going for around a month, and now, the classic was down to two; the Isobanians, and the Yuno. They started their road with a 4-2 win in the qualifier over Lapathiya. Yuno had shocked the world to even get past Group D. However, they went 3-0 in that group to move onto Valoria. They had a combined ERA of 1.75, they scored 21 runs, and they gave up a mere 7 runs. They defeated Lungha 6-2 in Game 1, the Block 10-5 in Game 2, and Aerilia 5-2 in Game 3. Then, they continued to surpass expectations when they won Group B by going 3-0 with a combined ERA of 2.33, scoring 13 runs, and only allowing 7 runs in the group. They defeated Isobania in Game 1 2-1, they defeated Dellonland in Game 2 3-1, and then they defeated a fierce Lunghan team 9-5 in a back-and-forth affair of a rematch. Then, they pulled up into Freetown and took down the host, African Strand 2-0 behind a stellar pitching performance.

Isobania had been ranked #1 in the country for years. Very fitting that they were one of the co-hosts of the tournament. They were drawn into a group with Dellonland, Western Vapia, and their biggest rival, Miruma. They swept that group going with a 2.50 ERA and outscoring opponents 25-10. They bested Miruma 8-5 in Game 1, Dellonland 7-4 in Game 2, and Vapia 10-1 in Game 3. Then, they moved onto Group B in the next stage. There, they lost Game 1 to Yuno 2-1. Then, they took out Lungha and Dellonland 14-1 and 9-2 respectively. Because of this, the reached second place in Group B with an ERA of 1.67, allowing 5 runs, and scoring 24. Then, in their semifinal game against Asthea, they mixed strong pitching with dominating hitting to assert their dominance over the Astheans.

So, that set up this ballgame. And right out of the gate, Yuno shocked all 25,000 in the stadium in Freetown as well as billions all over the world. A lead-off solo home run from the captain brought many to their feet and gave Yuno a 1-0 lead. As soon as Yuno grabbed that lead, they refused to let it go. Strong pitching from both the Yuno ace and the Isobanian ace, Stephen Thorne, kept both offenses at bay. However, in the top of the fourth, Ryan Virtudes was able to tie the ballgame up at 1-1 with a solo home run. And with that, the defense and the pitching seemed to increase.

1-2-3, good morning-good afternoon-good night, innings continued to roll. Then, in the top of the eighth, Yuno had two on. And a clutch single up the middle gave them a 2-1 lead. And they held that score. With the final strikeout over Jason Stewart, Yuno had the right to hold the trophy high.

Yuno defied all odds to win a championship, but the Isobanians, the heavily favored, choked. For this reason, this makes the list at #11.

Read dispatch

Chokes.
Like Nats fan choking to Manfred cuz the astros didn't have a punishment

Third Soviet Union wrote:I'm going to do a military parade soon just so you know

Can I send a Carterite war nautilus?

Cooper the scottish terrier

*Drinks coffee*

Cartero wrote:Can I send a Carterite war nautilus?

I'm sorry what?

Post self-deleted by Cartero.

Third Soviet Union wrote:I'm sorry what?

Nothing!

Third Soviet Union wrote:I'm sorry what?

Two of those bad bois can take down a tank

Third Soviet Union wrote:I'm sorry what?

Drinks some Schwarzbier
Vod-okda?
never heard of it...

Balaslandia wrote:Chokes.
Like Nats fan choking to Manfred cuz the astros didn't have a punishment

Look at the post I quoted you in

Balaslandia wrote:Chokes.
Like Nats fan choking to Manfred cuz the astros didn't have a punishment

The Astros should've had a punishment lol

SNN Newsbooth wrote:The Astros should've had a punishment lol

And Manfred didn't give them one
but being in houston means I root for them, lol

Drinks coolguy

Hello lovely people <3

Following rising tensions in the Rook Islands, The Korolkian Military is mobilized to take down the Indonesian militia's there

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