Caer Sidi RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Offers that can't be refused of LollerLand (elected )

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Most Nations: 145th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 320th Largest Black Market: 1,795th+3
Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,945th Most Cultured: 2,285th Most Inclusive: 2,448th
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Caer Sidi is an extremely friendly and growing community full of inspired lore crafters, role players, gamers, and game players. Our focus is to build a home for those who need one and to build a relaxed but engaging region. What are your interests? Whether you prefer the thrill of debate, the excitement of a well told story, or just day to day interactions with friends, there is something here for everyone who enters.

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Embassies: Leucippus, Europeia, Karma, Hartfelden, Lazarus, the West Pacific, the Rejected Realms, Arda en Estel, Equinox, Greater Dienstad, Conch Kingdom, The Sasquatch Republic, Glitter, Christmas, Anteria, Grace of Gaia, and 25 others.The Britannic Kingdom, Thalassia, The Democratic Union, The Union of Democratic States, Niamark, Warzone Sandbox, Warzone Asia, 21st Century Rome, Confederacy of Allied States, NationStates Today, Geopolity, Social Technocratic Union, the South Pacific, ravana, Fylkirvegr, Edlhus, The East Pacific, Thegye, Cyrannus Star System, Lorania, Res Publica, Hell, Kaer Solas, Sky Haven, and Venice.

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Regional Power: Moderate

Caer Sidi contains 148 nations, the 145th most in the world.

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The Most Primitive in Caer Sidi

Nations were ranked by World Census officials based on the number of natural phenomena attributed to the unknowable will of animal-based spirit gods.

As a region, Caer Sidi is ranked 21,212th in the world for Most Primitive.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Divine Imperial State of Kresh NagarIron Fist Consumerists“The divine flame consumes all”
2.The Wildlands of Golden EnclaveDemocratic Socialists“The stars will be my eyes and the wind will be my hands”
3.The Kingdom of EastshadeLibertarian Police State“Beauty and Splendor”
4.The Queendom of DellmereLeft-wing Utopia“from the grass we come, to the grass we return”
5.The Free Land of VoffonPsychotic Dictatorship“Cleansing, Tradition, Beautification, Protection”
6.The Empire of Badger IInoffensive Centrist Democracy“This Motto Space For Sale”
7.The One Moment of Perfect Beauty of Silver EnclaveLiberal Democratic Socialists“Bring the Light”
8.The Queendom of BoubastisIron Fist Consumerists“🦡🐈🐲🦉🦊🤖🌌🌳🧁🔑🪓⚗️🌮”
9.The Holy Empire of USANatziIron Fist Consumerists“I need drugs”
10.The Royal Stewardship of Minas TyrrithInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Not all that glitters is gold”
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The Question of the Week!

What is your favourite civilisation/period in history and why?

My favourite one probably around 1620 America with the Puritans. I love their style of writing and the idea of being in an entirely new land, so far from home, with all of the emotions they were going through is fascinating to me.

Mzeusia wrote:The Question of the Week!

What is your favourite civilisation/period in history and why?

I have always been fascinated by the Harappan Civilization which roughly existed from 3300 BC to 1300 BC. While we haven't been able to decipher texts yet, archaeological evidences shows that were a very advanced civilization and their people enjoyed a great quality of life. The reason for their demise is still disputed, some say its because of a droughts and a succession of major earth quakes, others it is due to an invasion of Aryan tribes. I do hope we can decipher their language and understand their texts.

LollerLand wrote:I have always been fascinated by the Harappan Civilization which roughly existed from 3300 BC to 1300 BC. While we haven't been able to decipher texts yet, archaeological evidences shows that were a very advanced civilization and their people enjoyed a great quality of life. The reason for their demise is still disputed, some say its because of a droughts and a succession of major earth quakes, others it is due to an invasion of Aryan tribes. I do hope we can decipher their language and understand their texts.

Undeciphered languages are so cool.

Mzeusia wrote:The Question of the Week!

What is your favourite civilisation/period in history and why?

Hmm, probably the ancient Greeks from around the Peloponnesian wars because of how interesting that period was to me

Mzeusia wrote:The Question of the Week!

What is your favourite civilisation/period in history and why?

i don't particularly research history just for fun, however i'm partial to the greek and roman eras simply because of their mythology.

Mzeusia wrote:The Question of the Week!

What is your favourite civilisation/period in history and why?

Byzantine ftw. Especially during the reigns of Constantine I (roughly 320's-330's) and Justinian I (roughly 530's-560's). Constantine because of the sheer amount of change and reorganization that happened and his religious fluctuations really intrigue me. The entire story of Justinian and Theodora captivated me from the moment I first learned about it, and tbh, both Justinian and Theodora were just badass from top to bottom, fite me.

On top of those things, it's my most favouritist period in art history, ever, period. The elaborate mosaics, illuminated manuscripts, lavishly decorated church interiors as well as the veering away from the more 'classical' techniques yet not quite abstract fascinates me. Admittedly, it's been a while since I've hardcore studied Byzantium/Eastern Roman Empire or it's art, and quite a bit has faded from memory, but I'm always happy to dive back into it and refresh myself because I just find it so interesting.

Mzeusia wrote:The Question of the Week!

What is your favourite civilisation/period in history and why?

My favourite one probably around 1620 America with the Puritans. I love their style of writing and the idea of being in an entirely new land, so far from home, with all of the emotions they were going through is fascinating to me.

This is a really interesting question, especially since I admire many different cultures and eras, but I shall try my best to find some that I particulary like: The Etruscan civilisation; The Kingdom of Greco-Bactria and the Indo-Greek Kingdom; The Mionian Civilisation; The White Huns; The Ashikaga Shogunate; The Andean and Amazonian Civilisations; The North American Plain, Forest, Desert and Swamp tribes; The Chinese Civilisation in general (especially the Warring States Era); The Khmer Empire and Celtic Culture in general. I would really like to put the Avar Khanagate; The Onogour Tribe Alliance; The Kingdom of Dacia; The Kingdom of Ethiopia or Aksum; The Nubian Empire; The Philisteans; The Phoenicians; The Median Empire; The Nabateans; Korean Civilisation in general; The Boer Republic; The Dutch Empire; Burgundy; The Kieavian Rus; The Bulgar Empire; The Voldga Bulgarians; The Swedish Empire; The Khanaate of Kazan; The Arminian Empire; The Ottoman Empire; Al-Andalus or The Emirate of Cordoba; The Republic of Florence; The Most Serene Republic of Venice; The Kingdom of Macedon/ The Macedonian Empire and the Diadochi; Classical Hellenistic Culture; The Mezo-American Civilisations; The Ocean Peoples; Maori; Tonga; The Papuans; The Kingdom of Georgia; The Scandinavian Tribes; The Germanic Tribes (From the Ancient and Early Medieval Era); The Slavic Tribes (From the Ancient and Early Medieval Era); The italic Tribes; The Tyrannian Peoples; The Ligurians; The Kingdom of Pontos; The Kingdom of Epiros; The (Pagan) Kingdom of Lithuania; The Republic of Novgorod; The Hanza League in general; The Levantine League in general; The Cossacks; The Indus Valley Civilisation; The Yellow River Civilisation; The Republic of Carthage; The Roman Republic/ Empire; The Kingdom of Dai Viet; The Kingdom of Siem; Bengal; The Tamal Kings; The Holy Roman Empire; The Empire of Greater Moravia; The Kingdom of Hungary; The Kingdom of Croatia; The Grand Duchy of Transylvania; The Kingdom of Serbia; The Teutonic Order; The Mughal Empire; The Timurid Emoire; The Seljuk Empire; The Kingdom of Poland; Turik Culture in general; The Manchus; The Yamato Empire; The Empire of Japan (modern era); The Thirteen Colonies; Greater Zimbabwe; Empire of Mali; The Kingdom of Kongo; Numidia; The Sarmatians; The Scythians; The Carribian "Natives"; Stone Age Civilisations; The Zulu; The Hunnic Empire, The Xioughou Confederacy and The Mongolian Empire on the list as well, but I feel like it is already overstertched... And if I really had to pick a single favourite I would probably pick The Etruscans.

Apologies for the not-so-proper response!

Aerlys wrote:This is a really interesting question, especially since I admire many different cultures and eras, but I shall try my best to find some that I particulary like: The Etruscan civilisation; The Kingdom of Greco-Bactria and the Indo-Greek Kingdom; The Mionian Civilisation; The White Huns; The Ashikaga Shogunate; The Andean and Amazonian Civilisations; The North American Plain, Forest, Desert and Swamp tribes; The Chinese Civilisation in general (especially the Warring States Era); The Khmer Empire and Celtic Culture in general. I would really like to put the Avar Khanagate; The Onogour Tribe Alliance; The Kingdom of Dacia; The Kingdom of Ethiopia or Aksum; The Nubian Empire; The Philisteans; The Phoenicians; The Median Empire; The Nabateans; Korean Civilisation in general; The Boer Republic; The Dutch Empire; Burgundy; The Kieavian Rus; The Bulgar Empire; The Voldga Bulgarians; The Swedish Empire; The Khanaate of Kazan; The Arminian Empire; The Ottoman Empire; Al-Andalus or The Emirate of Cordoba; The Republic of Florence; The Most Serene Republic of Venice; The Kingdom of Macedon/ The Macedonian Empire and the Diadochi; Classical Hellenistic Culture; The Mezo-American Civilisations; The Ocean Peoples; Maori; Tonga; The Papuans; The Kingdom of Georgia; The Scandinavian Tribes; The Germanic Tribes (From the Ancient and Early Medieval Era); The Slavic Tribes (From the Ancient and Early Medieval Era); The italic Tribes; The Tyrannian Peoples; The Ligurians; The Kingdom of Pontos; The Kingdom of Epiros; The (Pagan) Kingdom of Lithuania; The Republic of Novgorod; The Hanza League in general; The Levantine League in general; The Cossacks; The Indus Valley Civilisation; The Yellow River Civilisation; The Republic of Carthage; The Roman Republic/ Empire; The Kingdom of Dai Viet; The Kingdom of Siem; Bengal; The Tamal Kings; The Holy Roman Empire; The Empire of Greater Moravia; The Kingdom of Hungary; The Kingdom of Croatia; The Grand Duchy of Transylvania; The Kingdom of Serbia; The Teutonic Order; The Mughal Empire; The Timurid Emoire; The Seljuk Empire; The Kingdom of Poland; Turik Culture in general; The Manchus; The Yamato Empire; The Empire of Japan (modern era); The Thirteen Colonies; Greater Zimbabwe; Empire of Mali; The Kingdom of Kongo; Numidia; The Sarmatians; The Scythians; The Carribian "Natives"; Stone Age Civilisations; The Zulu; The Hunnic Empire, The Xioughou Confederacy and The Mongolian Empire on the list as well, but I feel like it is already overstertched... And if I really had to pick a single favourite I would probably pick The Etruscans.

Apologies for the not-so-proper response!

Wow, that's a lot. I don't know much about the Etruscans except that they were in Northern Italy and so got conquered pretty early on in the life of the Roman Empire.

Mzeusia wrote:The Question of the Week!

What is your favourite civilisation/period in history and why?

My favourite one probably around 1620 America with the Puritans. I love their style of writing and the idea of being in an entirely new land, so far from home, with all of the emotions they were going through is fascinating to me.

mine has to be 1900s russia. mosin nagant rifle, russia, 1900s, all those good things!

Soveiniesberg wrote:mine has to be 1900s russia. mosin nagant rifle, russia, 1900s, all those good things!

Whenever someone says 1900s Russia, the first name that comes to my mind is Rasputin XD

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