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WA Delegate: The Kingdom of Treadwellia (elected )

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Most Nations: 7th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 85th Largest Black Market: 1,464th
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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, Pacifica, The Oasis, and Europe.

The embassy with Europe is being withdrawn. Closure expected .

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 5,652 nations, the 7th most in the world.

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The Largest Pizza Delivery Sector in Lazarus

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As a region, Lazarus is ranked 9,562nd in the world for Largest Pizza Delivery Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Kingdom of TreadwelliaIron Fist Consumerists“Mmph mmph!”
2.The Modern Portfolio Theory of Daedra1aCorporate Bordello“DULCE ET DECORUM EST PRO PATRIA MORI”
3.The Ur-Quan Masters of HesperonisCapitalist Paradise“Hold what you do is wrong! Why do you do this thing?”
4.The Holy People's Republic of Old BasingCorporate Police State“Invaluerit Unitas Unitati In Fide”
5.The Pepperoni People of Possessed GiraffesCapitalizt“Outsourcing Oppression Since 2011”
6.The Holy Blue Empire of Nadir DystopiaIron Fist Consumerists“Gloom Over Dominated”
7.The Empire of Aegis-5Iron Fist Consumerists“For the Empire!”
8.The Hellish Reality of SchlueterCapitalizt“Plan for the worst, hope for the best.”
9.The Free Trade Commonwealth of Amytha redCorporate Bordello“Stop being poor”
10.The Free Land of VolnostiCapitalizt“Liberty or Death”
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How is everyone today?

Loftegen 2 wrote:How is everyone today?

Tubbius is something like brain mush today. Doggy Tubbius is about to drive His Rotundity up a wall. The Portly Puppy is being excessively yippy and yappy today.

Treadwellia wrote:Tubbius is something like brain mush today. Doggy Tubbius is about to drive His Rotundity up a wall. The Portly Puppy is being excessively yippy and yappy today.

Lady Zaharra slyly suggests that perhaps Tubbius should take Doggy Tubbius for a walk! (Yes, she has no heart. :))

Loftegen 2 wrote:Lady Zaharra slyly suggests that perhaps Tubbius should take Doggy Tubbius for a walk! (Yes, she has no heart. :))

Maybe a waddle. A full-blown walk. . . .

MMPH.

Factbook entry number ten!

Psychologists, psyciatrists, and neurologists in Loftegen 2 have long amused themselves by speculating on why people react to Lady Zaharra's eyes in the way, and to the degree, that they do. Many theories have been put forward, but none can be objectively studied. The one researcher who suggested to the Lady that she particpate in some experiments got a look from her that literally turned his hair white overnight.

The most popular theory, and the one that seems to best fit the body of empirical evidence, posits that there is a roughly linear coorelation between raw intelligence, life experience (wisdom, if you will), emotional sensitivity (empathy), and the intensity of the reaction.

Interestingly, photographs and videos of the Lady don't provoke any reaction at all (beyond surprise at her black irises), even when her eyes are clearly visible, in people who have never seen her in person. There is a reaction in people who have seen them, but it's much weaker that what would happen in the Lady's actual presence, and probably a case of visual stimuli triggering emotions associated with memories.

Young children are apparently unaffected as well: a visit by the Lady to a pediatric hosptial triggered responses only in children aged two (approximately) and up, the intensity increasing with age from almost nothing (a vague feeling of unease) at two, to full effects at age thirteen. As a side note, newborns actually seem to find the Lady's presence soothing, a phenomenon which defies explanation at this time.

Generally speaking, the more intelligent, wise, and/or emotionally sensitive a person is, the stronger their reaction. People who score highly in only one trait don't react as strongly as those who score highly in two of the traits, and heaven help those who score highly in all three. The only adults that are more or less immune are people with severe anti-social personality disorder, a.k.a. psychopaths.

Finally, whatever causes the reaction is not sight dependent, as blind people are affected in the same way as their sighted counterparts.

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Loftegen 2 wrote:Factbook entry number ten!
Psychologists, psyciatrists, and neurologists in Loftegen 2 have long amused themselves by speculating on why people react to Lady Zaharra's eyes in the way, and to the degree, that they do. Many theories have been put forward, but none can be objectively studied. The one researcher who suggested to the Lady that she particpate in some experiments got a look from her that literally turned his hair white overnight.

The most popular theory, and the one that seems to best fit the body of empirical evidence, posits that there is a roughly linear coorelation between raw intelligence, life experience (wisdom, if you will), emotional sensitivity (empathy), and the intensity of the reaction.

Interestingly, photographs and videos of the Lady don't provoke any reaction at all (beyond surprise at her black irises), even when her eyes are clearly visible, in people who have never seen her in person. There is a reaction in people who have seen them, but it's much weaker that what would happen in the Lady's actual presence, and probably a case of visual stimuli triggering emotions associated with memories.

Young children are apparently unaffected as well: a visit by the Lady to a pediatric hosptial triggered responses only in children aged two (approximately) and up, the intensity increasing with age from almost nothing (a vague feeling of unease) at two, to full effects at age thirteen. As a side note, newborns actually seem to find the Lady's presence soothing, a phenomenon which defies explanation at this time.

Generally speaking, the more intelligent, wise, and/or emotionally sensitive a person is, the stronger their reaction. People who score highly in only one trait don't react as strongly as those who score highly in two of the traits, and heaven help those who score highly in all three. The only adults that are more or less immune are people with severe anti-social personality disorder, a.k.a. psychopaths.

Finally, whatever causes the reaction is not sight dependent, as blind people are affected in the same way as their sighted counterparts.

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Interestingly with a hinted lovecraftian overtone.

Good

Loftegen 2 wrote:Factbook entry number ten!
Psychologists, psyciatrists, and neurologists in Loftegen 2 have long amused themselves by speculating on why people react to Lady Zaharra's eyes in the way, and to the degree, that they do. Many theories have been put forward, but none can be objectively studied. The one researcher who suggested to the Lady that she particpate in some experiments got a look from her that literally turned his hair white overnight.

The most popular theory, and the one that seems to best fit the body of empirical evidence, posits that there is a roughly linear coorelation between raw intelligence, life experience (wisdom, if you will), emotional sensitivity (empathy), and the intensity of the reaction.

Interestingly, photographs and videos of the Lady don't provoke any reaction at all (beyond surprise at her black irises), even when her eyes are clearly visible, in people who have never seen her in person. There is a reaction in people who have seen them, but it's much weaker that what would happen in the Lady's actual presence, and probably a case of visual stimuli triggering emotions associated with memories.

Young children are apparently unaffected as well: a visit by the Lady to a pediatric hosptial triggered responses only in children aged two (approximately) and up, the intensity increasing with age from almost nothing (a vague feeling of unease) at two, to full effects at age thirteen. As a side note, newborns actually seem to find the Lady's presence soothing, a phenomenon which defies explanation at this time.

Generally speaking, the more intelligent, wise, and/or emotionally sensitive a person is, the stronger their reaction. People who score highly in only one trait don't react as strongly as those who score highly in two of the traits, and heaven help those who score highly in all three. The only adults that are more or less immune are people with severe anti-social personality disorder, a.k.a. psychopaths.

Finally, whatever causes the reaction is not sight dependent, as blind people are affected in the same way as their sighted counterparts.

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M. Senator Drax believes that The Lady is either a witch, an SCP, or really good at staring contests.

Hycronesia wrote:M. Senator Drax believes that The Lady is either a witch, an SCP, or really good at staring contests.

You read the SCP Series too, eh? Keter class FTW, baby!

For those who don't know what we're talking about: http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-series

Full of weird, strange, creepy, and/or disturbing stories.

Loftegen 2 wrote:You read the SCP Series too, eh? Keter class FTW, baby!

For those who don't know what we're talking about: http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-series

Full of weird, strange, creepy, and/or disturbing stories.

I've read some of your other Factbooks, (your factbooks are really good by the way) is the one about the lady inspired by the O5 council members description by any chance?

Hycronesia wrote:I've read some of your other Factbooks, (your factbooks are really good by the way) is the one about the lady inspired by the O5 council members description by any chance?

Thank you! I created Lady Zaharra a long time ago, well before I stumbled onto the SPC series, so no; I would say, though, that my style of writing has been influenced by the series, and that might be what you're picking up on.

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