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Embassies: The North Pacific, The East Pacific, the South Pacific, the West Pacific, Osiris, Balder, the Rejected Realms, Gay, One big Island, Hell, Caer Sidi, The Oasis, Thalassia, 10000 Islands, Warzone Sandbox, and The Free Nations Region.

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 6,225 nations, the 7th most in the world.

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The Largest Mining Sector in Lazarus

World Census experts measured the volume of stuff removed from the ground to determine which nations have the largest mining industries.

As a region, Lazarus is ranked 6,666th in the world for Largest Mining Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Nexus of KakoFather Knows Best State“Don't think.”
2.The Holy Yellow Generalit of Nadir DystopiaCorporate Police State“Gloom Over Dominated”
3.The Hell Hole of TerriansCorporate Police State“DEATH TO HUMANS !”
4.The Foxy Truckin' Theocracy of FunktopiaCorporate Police State“Willing Slaves to the Great Groovemaster in the Sky.”
5.The Almighty Holy Empire of BrandonedoistsIron Fist Consumerists“Kneel to your Emperor, or you will be knelt!”
6.The Grand Duchy of NilthriasFather Knows Best State“For sovereignty!”
7.The Democratic Republic of FarminaMoralistic Democracy“One People, One Ideal, One God”
8.The Galactic Empire of FlarbiniaIron Fist Consumerists“Give Me Glorious Victory Or Give Me Honorable Death”
9.The Grand Republic of VersailCorrupt Dictatorship“For the glory of the Republic!”
10.The Armed Republic of GreaterEastasiaPsychotic Dictatorship“Freedom is the Reward of Service”
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Regional Poll • Poll Diplomacy

The Questionable Existence of Your Imaginary Friend wrote:When embassy applications to Laz from other regions are being considered, should a poll be held in order to gauge the general sentiment of the people on them?

Voting opened 4 days ago and will close . Open to all nations. You cannot vote as you are not logged in.

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Your Imaginary Friend wrote:xD Not the lotto! Dude have you ever been to that diner right on the GA/AL line where there's this giant "biggest lotto prizes in the south east" sign up? It's precious. Are y'all not allowed to do fireworks either or is that somewhere else?

Nah I dont think I've ever seen a diner like that. But I have been to a Gas Station just past the line that had photos of winners plastered all over the walls. They said they had more lottery winners there than anywhere else in Georgia. Fireworks is thankfully legal tho. I think california are the ones that illegalized them, which honestly kinda make's since with the whole drought and wildfires and all that goin on out there.

New vedan wrote:Nah I dont think I've ever seen a diner like that. But I have been to a Gas Station just past the line that had photos of winners plastered all over the walls. They said they had more lottery winners there than anywhere else in Georgia. Fireworks is thankfully legal tho. I think california are the ones that illegalized them, which honestly kinda make's since with the whole drought and wildfires and all that goin on out there.

Ah yeah that makes sense. Do you like Alabama? :)

Auphelia wrote:Hello, my darlings. As I've promised, the exhibition of some of my favourite jewels from my vaults across the world have been flown into Sofia, Bulgaria, for a week for public access. The teeming masses will be allowed into my Bulgarian residence under strict supervision, and be allowed to gaze upon over 450 pieces of jewellery and unmounted jewels. From the opal mines of Australia to the necks of Egyptian princesses, these fine works are now yours to enjoy.

For those of you who receive private invitations, you will be invited into the interior vaults below the palace itself to revel in choice pieces not available to the public, many of which have not been seen by outside eyes in centuries.

You are welcome, world.

Treadwellia, I think there is a particularly long natural pearl necklace once owned by Anne of Cleves that would look wonderful spilling across your wobbling, wiggling belly.

T H E  E X H I B I T I O N

Timeless elegance.

Boundless class.

That certain mystique, an air of grace that shows the teeming masses that you are not only better than them, but so much more sophisticated than they could ever dream of being.

This is what the Auphelian Jewel Exhibition brings to you. The Auphelian Royal Vault Estate contains the largest and most valuable collection of jewellery in the world in the Auphelian Jewel Collection. In this carefully curated exhibition, combining jewels from various Auphelian storage and display vaults from Vancouver to Jakarta, these stunning gems and pieces of jewellery are available for the viewing pleasure of the masses. The exclusive view of the seldom seen masterpieces by the likes of Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Boivin, along with several never-before-seen jewels promises to be the experience of a lifetime.

Hosted in the exterior vaults and halls of the Palace of Heavenly Pleasures, owned by the Sultana of Auphelia, the public collection will be available through tours that can be scheduled in advance at the exhibition's website. All tour times are set in Sofia, Bulgaria's local time. Several select works of art and antiquities from the palace will also be available for public viewing.

A private exhibition will also be hosted during this event, where invited guests of the Sultana will be escorted into the interior vaults for a personal tour by the Sultana and a series of fittings to wear some of the world's greatest jewels. Valid identification must be provided to the Royal Guard and invitations are extended to named guests only, unless otherwise stated. Additional guests not provided official clearance in advance are forbidden.





T H E  P U B L I C C O L L E C T I O N

Below are several examples of the 472 pieces that will be on display during the exhibition.

T H E  P R I Z E C O L L E C T I O N

These are among the most valuable pieces shown in the public collection for the duration of the exhibition. Access may be limited as circumstances change.





The Heart of Auphelia Diamond, necklace setting by Tiffany & Co., 1936
Acquisition: 1428
Stone Estimated Value: £59.7 million
Complete Estimated Value: £61.9 million








World's largest fancy vivid orange diamond
Acquisition: 2016
Estimated Value: £37.6 million








Belle Époque diamond Devant de Corsage brooch, Cartier
Acquisition: 2018
Estimated Value: £19.7 million








Diamond and Enamel Aigrette, Mellerio dits Meller, 1820-40's
Acquisition: 1952
Estimated Value: £1.3 million








Carved emerald with interchangeable mounting, Cartier, 1890's
Acquisition: 1999
Estimated Value: £1.1 million








Antique diamond riviere necklace, Creator Unknown
Acquisition: 1889
Estimated Value: £2.9 million








Emerald and diamond necklace, Van Cleef & Arpels, 1929
Acquisition: 2000
Estimated Value: £9.6 million








La Peragrina, Cartier, 1960's
Acquisition: 2008
Estimated Value: £11.9 million




T H E  G E N E R A L C O L L E C T I O N

Diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and sapphires shine bright in this collection from the world's best minds. The public collection is available for all to view.


Art Nouveau sapphire, enamel and diamond ring by Rene Lalique, circa 1900
Acquisition: 1943
Estimated Value: £83,800

Tourmaline and smokey quartz ring by Rene Boivin, 1930s
Acquisition: 1987
Estimated Value: £37,000

Sapphire and diamond ring by Bulgari, 2010
Acquisition: 2017
Estimated Value: £615,000

Art Deco diamond and lacquer brooch by Raymond Templier, 1929
Acquisition: 1929
Estimated Value: £71,300

Two tone gold emerald ring, 1989
Acquisition: 2001
Estimated Value: £296,500

Art Nouveau enamel and emerald dragonfly ring by Lucien Gaillard, circa 1900
Acquired: 1954
Estimated Value: £15,700

Gold, sapphire, diamond, and peridot necklace, Bulgari, 1934
Acquired: 1941
Estimated Value: £252,900

Art Deco coral, diamond and enamel fibula brooch by Janesich, 1930s
Acquisition: 1977
Estimated Value: £19,600

Fire of Shiraz Ruby
Acquired: 1834
Estimated Value: £89,000

Heart shaped fancy vivid yellow diamond
Acquired: 2011
Estimated Value: £49,000

Fancy brownish red diamond
Acquired: 1801
Estimated Value: £345,000

Art Nouveau aquamarine and enamel thistle devant-de-corsage by René Lalique, circa 1899
Acquisition: 1902
Estimated Value: £223,100

Art Nouveau diamond, enamel and glass Hawthorn brooch by Rene Lalique, 1899 - 1901
Acquired: 2013
Estimated Value: £111,100

Platinum, moonstone, lapis lazuli, and diamond necklace, Tiffany & Co., 1915
Acquisition: 1929
Estimated Value: £106,000

Emerald, onyx and diamond pendant necklace by Georges Fouquet, 1925
Acquisition: 2004
Estimated Value: £948,600

Rothschild Canary Diamond
Acquired: 1989
Estimated Value: £105,000

Gold, sapphire, and diamond pendant, necklace, and ear clip set, Van Cleef & Arpels, 1937
Acquisition: 1961
Estimated Value: £195,000

The Virgil Emerald
Acquisition: 1876
Estimated Value: £29,100

Ivory, sapphire, lapis lazuli, diamond brooch, Cartier, 1981
Acquisition: 1981
Estimated Value: £39,000

Untitled Sapphire
Acquisition: 1745
Estimated Value: £43,500

Art Nouveau opal, enamel and pearl pendant necklace by Georges Fouquet, circa 1900
Acquired: 1911
Estimated Value: £788,000

Ivory, coral, and onyx pendant, Cartier, 1960's
Acquired: 1975
Estimated Value: £92,900

Art Deco platinum, emerald, and diamond bracelet, Cartier, 1930's
Acquisition: 1945
Estimated Value: £299,300

Gold, moulded glass, and enamel ring, Rene Lalique and Tiffany, turn of 20th Century
Acquisition: 1903
Estimated Value: £370,600

Art Nouveau enamel, chrysoprase and pearl brooch by Rene Lalique, circa 1898 - 1899
Acquired: 1900
Estimated Value: £139,000



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Tubbius the Fat wonders if said necklace is meant to be a gift to Him or to Her Maternity, Mrs. Tubbius.

Treadwellia wrote:Tubbius the Fat wonders if said necklace is meant to be a gift to Him or to Her Maternity, Mrs. Tubbius.

Oh, it's a gift to your entire family to decide what to do with. Really, the Inverness vault is entirely too overly full after I bid a bit too readily at that Sotheby's Queen Elizabeth auction. Besides, I have at least two other Anne of Cleves pieces in London and another in Buenos Aires. You'd be doing me a favour.

If it helps, I also have a lovely aquamarine and lapis lazuli brooch from Van Cleef & Arpels. No one famous has worn it, mostly because I bought it as soon as the last stone was set. It would look lovely on either one of you.

Your Imaginary Friend wrote:Ah yeah that makes sense. Do you like Alabama? :)

Kind of, This state has always been home to me but we have some serious deeply entrenched problems with government corruption. Everyone here k ow that the "General Fund" goes straight into politicians pockets and they keep trying to expand its budget at every turn. For instance they just implemented a 10 cent gas last spring. "that will go towards fixing our roads" which do desperately need to fixed, unfortunately that gas tax went straight into the general fund and only a fraction of it went towards repairing the roads. And even then the company's hired to pave the roads are owned by the politicians and there buddy's and do a very cheap subpar job for a nice big paycheck from the Taxpayers pocket. They also just recently made the left lane of the interstate (aka the fast lane) a "Passing Lane" meaning you can only go a short distance without passing someone until you have to get over into the other lane or get a ticket. Thankfully tho the cops dont really enforce that law...if you have a Alabama tag. If your from out of state tho then you better make sure you stay in that right lane the whole time your here.

Tubbius is about to go to bed once He wraps up in a comfy robe.

Hey if anyone is intrested in some of my cards I'm starting to hit my limit on this puppet and need to make room. I have a pretty decent collection tho and its all for sale or trade.

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OOC : Just to check, it's impossible to resize a picture in Nationstates ? You can't put a size attribute in a img tag ?

World Assembly members of Lazarus, currently a World Assembly resolution is at vote entitled Ban on the involuntary administration of drugs.

The wording of the resolution makes it clear that the authors have no medical training or expertise (a surgeon does not administer sedatives, for example, that is the pejorative of the anaesthesist). More importantly, they did not consider cases of major depression or psychosis were the in involuntary admission of drugs may be medically necessary for the protection of the individual in question and/or other persons around them.

In summary, a vote AGAINST is strongly recommend.

Leonism wrote:World Assembly members of Lazarus, currently a World Assembly resolution is at vote entitled Ban on the involuntary administration of drugs.

The wording of the resolution makes it clear that the authors have no medical training or expertise (a surgeon does not administer sedatives, for example, that is the pejorative of the anaesthesist). More importantly, they did not consider cases of major depression or psychosis were the in involuntary admission of drugs may be medically necessary for the protection of the individual in question and/or other persons around them.

In summary, a vote AGAINST is strongly recommend.

Greetings,

Fluffiness has currently voted in favour of this proposition, the major argument being that this will restrict the use of sedative or hallocinogen for torture or some law-enforcement procedures. This part is quite important for a nation such as ours, which holds human right dear. Having a framework concerning the use of at least some drugs seem important to us.

However, we note that there are flaws in the current resolution. We thought that the surgeon part meant that the surgeon, as responsible for a surgery, would be the one to allow the use of the sedative, and that the omission of the anaesthesist was merely a simplification mistake. But as you point out, it is likely that people drafting this resolution have poor medical knowledge. We, politicians, are indeed in charge of making such proposal, but we always must be reminded that on technical questions, experts are much needed in the process.

Thus I will forward your suggestion to the Assembly of Fluffiness, where further talks will be held. There is a good chance that we move our vote from "For" to "Against" after this process.

Thank you deeply for your input.

Diana Taeto,
Member of the Assembly
In charge of relations with Leonism

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