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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from Bran Astor in RE: GORD   
    As a Brit, we do not cook our goose, or turkey, until Christmas! 
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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from Bran Astor in RE: GORD   
    So, his goose has been cooked, then?
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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from Zoran in RE: GORD   
    So, his goose has been cooked, then?
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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from Zoran in RE: GORD   
    As a Brit, we do not cook our goose, or turkey, until Christmas! 
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    Mediobogdum reacted to Dilber in RE: GORD   
    For days I have been ruminating on the legislation sent to me concerning Gord.  On this date, 11/25/2021, I've received your mixed-vote petition, and have come to a decision concerning Gord.  Gord is hereby pardoned for all crimes in the West Pacific, and shall be set free.
    Unfortunately, it turns out that we don't have any sort of treaties with the entity known as "Canada", and he has not been pardoned for his crimes of being delicious there.  Also, it turns out their petition date was like a month ago and I'm pretty sure his goose has been cooked.
     
    Rest assured, your delegate is doing everything in his power to repatriate his delicious remains, preferably by about 4 PM today.
     
    Dilber, Platypus Delegate of the West.
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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from United Adaikes in TWP Chooses..#6   
    A desert island as long as I had plenty of Pimms No 1 Cup plus accessories like a gorgeous girl!
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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from Giovanniland in TWP Chooses..#5   
    Fluent in all languages so I can tell the NSVerse "TWP is the best!"
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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from United Adaikes in TWP Chooses..#5   
    Fluent in all languages so I can tell the NSVerse "TWP is the best!"
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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from Giovanniland in TWP Chooses..#4   
    As the saying goes, the present is the key to the past.
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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from Chris in TWP Chooses..#4   
    As the saying goes, the present is the key to the past.
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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from United Adaikes in TWP Chooses..#4   
    As the saying goes, the present is the key to the past.
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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from United Adaikes in TWP Chooses..#2   
    I would love to answer the poll, but I dislike both varieties of life forms!  Cats eat birds and dogs are mobile pooping machines
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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from Av Libertas Vindex in Special Statement of The Crimson Order: 3/12/2020   
    Wise words indeed but washes hands of the whole affair. 
    People are already in a state of panic due to the crass reporting of the fake news empire which has caught severe case of TDS. 
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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from Eli in Random Poll #15   
    I also choose Batman because of a BBC program in the series called Only Fools and Horses where in one episode the two main characters dress up as Batman and Robin.  Will never forget the scene where they run across an empty parking lot!
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    Mediobogdum reacted to Fhaengshia in [Factbook] The Most Gilt Republic of Fhaengshia   
    Auoraeng Ghomhoeria ae Fhaengshia (The Most Gilt Republic of Fhaengshia)
     
    GEOGRAPHY
    Located on the northern coast of Andolia, Fhaengshia covers an area of 462,346 square km (178,513 square miles), including the islands of Caendhai, Imallier, and Liciah. To the north, the marshy tropical coastline of Ahfeginsi is dominated by wetlands bordering the Darkesian Sea, and is separated from the arid plateau dominating a third of the country with the Greater Shihganfean mountain range rising up to 3921m at Mt. Oune. Soil condition in the north is poor being predominantly sandy clay, the eastern coast provides the most fertile land with Binah being the largest of the lakes providing year-round irrigation. West of the mountain range, spring snowmelt from the peaks drain down to seasonal lakes in Enuo and Aneiane on the Aiarn Plateau which primarily provides for subsistence agriculture for most of the plateau region. The lower plains and forests to the south of the plateau are sparsely populated due to inaccessibility as the majority of the population lives along the east coast with the bulk on Caendhai island.
    Climate: Tropical in the north with rainy seasons along the north and east coasts Apr-May and Oct-Dec. Coastal mean annual rainfall of approximately 2400mm; average daily temperature range 22-31ºC (71-88ºF). The plateau interior at an average elevation of 1800m (1.12 miles) experiences cooler conditions with a mean range of 5-20ºC (41-68ºF) with 400mm rainfall. High humidity of over 80% cover most of the coastline in Oct-Dec.
     
    POPULATION
    Total population (November 1420 est.) is 14,566,641, of which 35% live in urban areas. Population density (1420 est.) is 31.5 persons per square km (81.6 persons per square mile). Ethnic composition: Predominantly Fhaengshian with significant Shihganfean, Gheffian, Aiarn and Shenian minorities.
    Birth rate 14/1000. Death rate 6/1000. Rate of population increase .8% (1420 est.). Age distribution under 15 = 19%; over 64 = 7%. Life expectancy female 74; male 70; average 72. Infant mortality 16/1000 live births.
    Major Cities & towns
    Fhaendhaw (Capital) 2,420,000 Ganfa 809,000 Gheffa 780,000 Finsi 415,000 Religion: Predominantly Shih, 48% of the population are Reformed-Shih (reformed in 940 AF). A mixture of other faiths comprise a further 17% minority.
    Language: Fhaeng is the official language of government and is spoken as a first language to roughly 45% of the population. Ganfa is an official regional language with three major dialects (Northern, Aiarn and Shenian) being the first language to roughly 55% of the population. Common is frequently spoken in the trading ports of Fhaendhaw, Gheffa and Finsi and a basic level is taught in most schools.
     
    CONSTITUTION & GOVERNMENT
    Executive & Legislature: The Consuls are the head of state with executive authority, by convention following advice from a cabinet. The bicameral legislature is composed of the Grand Assembly and the Grand Council. The first Consul is elected for life with the second Consul elected by the Senior Councillors to a single, non-renewable 5 year term. The current constitution was written in 1356. Justices of the Supreme Courts and top military officials sit alongside elected members in the Grand Council. Last elections were held in January 1420.
    Present Government: Consuls Aedilina Ahliero & Riennhalia Piadhae. Chief Justices Iktraehna Leiluo & Oderms Hengauld. Senior Councillors Fhiabert Aneihl, Kielho Mhaedhe, Oepia Delnnhaw, Rhieklas Anghue, Ueikr Haedstae & Ughierst Kaentolluo.
    Administration: There are 12 territories and one national territory, grouped into 6 clusters, with the Shihganfe cluster comprising Shihganfe and Ahfeginsi, the Aiar cluster comprising Bhaiarch, Trhaiarch, Aneiane and Enuo, the Shenia cluster comprising North Shenia, South Shenia, Central Naegsainh and Central Saegnainh, and the Gheffian cluster comprising Upper Gheffian and Lower Gheffian. The national territory of Fhaengshia is split into the other two clusters with the Fhaendhaw cluster comprising only the island of Caendhai and the Fhaengshian cluster comprising the rest of the national territory.
    Justice: Based on common law, there are magistrate courts and tribunals throughout the nation with district courts in larger population areas. Appeals courts are in the capital for each territory and a civil supreme court and criminal supreme court in the nations capital hearing ultimate appeals.
    National Days: 10 March (Republic Day), 1 May (Labour Day), 30 September (National Day, fall of the Kingdom), 1 October (Constitution Day).
     
    ECONOMY
    Currency: The Fhaengshian szchequinn ∮, divided into 100 oeldhi ⧂; ∮6.5 = $1 (Nov 1420).
    Budget: (1420) revenue $103.9 billion; expenditure $99.8 billion.
    Balance of payments: (current account 1420) was a surplus of $2.4 billion; external debt (1420) $114.7 billion.
    Inflation: (1419) 1.4%
    GDP: (1419) $316.8 billon, per capita $21,753.
    Economically active population: (1418) 10.1m.
    Sector % Workforce % GDP Industry 24 29 Agriculture 37 12 Services 39 59 Energy: Output (1419) crude oil 440,000 barrels per day; natural gas 48.8 billion cubic metres. There are 22 offshore oil and gas fields. Production is carried out by Auoraeng Resources in which the government has a 51% stake.
    Minerals: (1419 in 1000 tonnes) Recycled steel 16,400, copper 360, lead 320, marble 150, granite 3100, gold 15.
    Electricity: (1419) Production 55.2 billion KWh (62% fossil fuel, 22% solar, 16% wind); consumption 52.1 billion KWh.
    Agriculture: 20% of the land is arable. A further 24% is used for meadows and pasture. Tropical, subtropical and temperate crops can be grown and mixed farming is practiced in wetter regions and subsistence agriculture in more arid regions. At high altitudes (up to 2500m or 1.55 miles) tea, sisal and wheat are the main crops while at lower altitudes cacao, cotton, sugar, cashews, dates, bananas and pineapples are mainly grown.
    Crop production: (1419 in 1000 tonnes) sugar cane 11,543, wheat 2120, bananas 731, dates 142, pineapple 133, tea 110, cacao 67.
    Livestock numbers: (1419 in 1000 head) cattle 8786, pigs 6433, sheep 1421.
    Forestry: 16% of the country is forested. Bamboo grows mainly on higher ground and coniferous and broadleaved trees at lower altitudes. Roundwood production (1419 in 1000 cubic metres) 3158.
    Fisheries: Catch (1419) 348,622 tonnes.
    Industry: Small-scale consumer goods (textiles, clothing, electric appliances, furniture), agricultural products, chemicals, fossil fuels, metals, shipbuilding.
    Commerce: (1419) exports (f.o.b.) $36.2 billion including fossil fuels, textiles, agricultural products and electric appliances. Imports (c.i.f.) $33.7 billion including capital goods, metals, machinery & consumer goods.
    Tourism: (1419) arrivals 1.15 million; receipts $600 million.
     
    COMMUNICATIONS
    Railways: 6,800 km (4,230 miles) of which 3,300 km (2,050 miles) are electrified.
    Roads: 45,600 km (28,300 miles) of which 12,700 km (7,900 miles) are surfaced.
    Aviation: There are 84 airports of which 19 have paved runways. The main airports are Capital Ghomhoeria (near Fhaendhaw), Ganfa Intl. and Gheffa Std. Air Fhaengshia provides international services.
    Shipping: The marine ports of Fhaendhaw, Gheffa and Finsi are situated on the Darkesian Sea. There are around 5,600 km (3,500 miles) of inland waterways, of which 1,600 km (1000 miles) are navigable throughout the year. Merchant marine (1000 GRT or over) 61 ships (34 cargo, 15 tanker, 8 passenger and 4 bulk).
    Telecommunications: Most of the populated areas have an adequate modern service, inland regions are still unreliable. There are 6.1 million telephone lines, 13.4 million mobile phones, 7.8 million radios and 12.1 million televisions, with services provided by both private and state-owned companies. There are 45 AM, 127 FM and 3 shortwave radio stations and 22 TV stations. There are 8 ISPs and 11.6 million internet users.
     
    EDUCATION & WELFARE
    Education: The system consists of primary and secondary schools, 17 technical colleges and 5 universities.
    Literacy: 90% (1418). Female 90%, male 91%.
    Health: There are 125 hospitals among many other health clinics and dispensaries under a free national health service for children and adult citizen outpatients. In 1418 there were 191 doctors and 367 nurses per 100,000 persons.
     
    DEFENCE
    Total Armed Forces: 31,700, (1420) Defence budget $4.1b/yr (1.3% of GDP).
    Army: 19,700; 45 main battle tanks, 30 light tanks, 45 APCs, 90 IFVs, 195 towed artillery, 22 SAM batteries, 26 AA gun systems and 4 vehicle-launched bridges. Army bases are near Niebhaw, FH; Finsi, AH; and Shashia, NS. Led by a Brigadier.
    Navy: 4,600; 4 frigates, 12 patrol and coastal vessels, 1 survey vessel, 1 vehicle ferry (600 lane metres), 6 light landing vessels (60 troops, 70 lane metres), and 4 utility helicopters. Navy bases are near Fhaendhaw, FH; and North Gheffa, UG. Led by a Captain.
    Air Force: 3,200; 16 combat aircraft, 12 cargo aircraft, 6 observation aircraft, 12 armed helicopters and 24 utility helicopters. Air Force bases are near Fhaendhaw, FH; and Finsi, AH. Led by a Colonel.
    Paramilitary: 6,000; National Guard; 40 APCs. Based around every major city, led by a Colonel. 3,200; Coast Guard; 25 patrol vessels and 16 search and rescue helicopters. Based around every major coastal city, led by a Captain.

     
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    Mediobogdum reacted to Clarkov in 2nd TWP Rugby World Cup [rosters, roleplays, results]   
    Härtferdsierndeambeu Ragbi Junjen - Matchday 4 - Victory
    Härtferdsierndeambeu Ragbi Junjen 17-3 Reçueçn
    Tries: Nagisa Tsankov (13'), Isaac Moriah (25'), Keiki Hadjiivanova (62')
    Conversions: Takumi Mihailov (63')
    Injuries: Isaac Moriah (36'), Jeremy Clarkson (68')
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    Tonight: Satori does detective work, Britannia stands on a podium with a lion, and Galeem appears different.
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    Matchday 4 Report - Preview: Welcome to this overly late report on matchday 4 against the previous Rugby World Cup hosts Reçueçn, who despite the issues regarding embassy protests last time round had a pleasant match with an overall lack of excessive violence. Obviously there was violence, this is a sport where people ram into each other with body armour on. There were two red cards in our previous match which saw Satori replaced with Nagisa and Kaguya replaced with Takumi. As we'll see, this match was stolen by the first-time players. We did say that the report would come yesterday but it took longer than we thought. Quality over quantity, are we right?
     
    Matchday 4 Report - First Half: Match begins, and was immediately slightly tense. Just kidding, it was actually rather nice for a rugby match. The opposition done well to hold the HRJ back but they couldn't hold on forever and debutant Nagisa, who replaced Satori at the very front of the formation, scored the first try of the match. No conversion, did we really need to point that out, because it's pretty obvious that we wouldn't. Roughly an equal amount of time between the first try and second try as was between kick-off and the first try passed when Isaac slotted a second try to make it 10-0 to the Remnants. Guess what didn't happen. We'll let you figure that out for yourselves. We really aren't the best at symmetry but as the times of our scoring show we can get rather close. The half then turned into a dominant display, by the HRJ of course, as Reçueçn were forced into their own half by the HRJ's aggressive attacking style of play. However at the 36th minute spirits were dampened as Isaac, who we believe has scored 2 tries this tournament, found himself badly injured forced to be carried off on a stretcher. Faust, the manager, made no delay in bringing him off and giving Mamoru Petrovskis his first appearance. Still, even with that loss we still had another superb player replacing him on the pitch and our dominance continued right up until half-time, when only the whistle of the referee gave Reçueçn some room to breathe. Half time score, HRJ 10-0 REC, it's nice to be back to commanding ways at half-time intervals.
     
    Matchday 4 Report - Second Half: The second half begins. Fans of the Remnants will know that we are particularly skilled in taking early leads, especially when it comes to the second half. This match flipped the tried and tested formula on it's head, the HRJ fell behind in the early stages to a penalty warranted by a light foul on one of the opposition players, which thankfully did not result in any card. The referee is on point today it would seem. The scoreline above shows that the ex-hosts did not score any more than those solitary 3 points, meaning the outcome of this match is blatantly clear to all who pay even the slightest bit of attention to rugby. But that does not mean we are done shoving important TWPRWC information down your willing throats, not by a long shot. We bet our dedicated readers and followers want to see how the rest of the match went and we guarantee that this review won't disappoint under any circumstances. A load of light rampaging through the disheveled Reçueçn formation was what fate insisted on happening which was a blessed relief to the HRJ considering the fact that the opposition camp could have easily been spurred on by their penalty. At the minute known as 62, that's just over an hour of play, Keiki managed to make a long-awaited impact by stretching the HRJ's lead to 12 points. She's a sculptor god, so the creation of a try out of absolutely bloody nowhere was bound to occur. Her sculpting arts made miracles yet again immediately afterwards, lo and behold! An actual conversion, that was actually scored. It's probably quite annoying to see this review emphasising the word 'actually' like it was some sort of addictive prescription drug, to which we say that not only did the HRJ score a conversion, it was scored by another debutant, tofu delivery driver and touge racer Takumi Mihailov. Surely you all remember him from his silver medal at the TWP Olympics. His incredible skills have been honed for touge racing despite the obvious lack of mountainous terrain let alone mountains in Hertfordshire and Jammbo. 5 minutes after that and Jeremy had the brilliant idea of trying to ram through the entire Reçueçn team on his lonesome. Sometimes if you listen closely you can actually hear his genius. Armed with tried and tested philosophy of 'Speed and Power!' he plowed through as many players as he could which if executed correctly would have meant a clear run to the try zone for the Remnants. Nope, midway through he was injured by an opposition player. Scratch that, he injured himself because he's a pillock. On the bench Hammond and May were, as ever, right there for him. Cue Hammond and May laughing hysterically at Clarkson's failure. He was brought off for Mina Klebitz. Comedy gold was produced by the HRJ, add that to the list of things we do well. The remainder of the match, 12 minutes to be precise, was pretty lackluster with more effort devoted to laughing at Jeremy than to the actual match. Not that it mattered, as the Remnants had recorded a convincing 17-3 victory against the former Rugby World Cup hosts. Full-time merely confirmed this.
     
    Next Time: The next report will be on matchday 5 and its game against Big Bad Badger. We will not reveal the outcome of that match, partially because we want to keep it a secret so reading our reviews won't seem utterly pointless, and partially because we kind of don't want to reveal the result. We guess you can see where this is going. Either way, presently the HRJ have finished the group in 1st place and move on to the quarter finals. You know that nation that put together that group outcome analysis we praised in an earlier review? Well, we are taking them on next. They're a debutant nation, 1 of 4 representing Polaris, a continent which quite frankly has dominated overall sporting for long enough. United Adaikes is next, we await the match eagerly. The opponents, Reçueçn, finished the group in 4th spot following their loss to the HRJ and an easy victory over Teralyon, whose showing this tournament has just been a complete disaster. Now come on Remnants, you are the last of Andolia's representatives. Bring it home for nation and continent! In other news, Takumi's father Bunta is wondering how his AE86 has been turned into an AE85. What do we think, ladies & gentleman?
     
    Disclaimer: We are definitely not going to make our reports any more flashy or broad. Yes, we were actually asked to do that. Have you people ever heard of understatement? Come on, this is the HRJ writing the reports, we thought this was sorted earlier.

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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from Dalimbar in 2nd TWP Rugby World Cup [rosters, roleplays, results]   
    "We was robbed in the first game against Dalimbar" growled the Mediobogdum Coach,  Ginger (Fingers) Malone.  "The ref would have been more effective if he had been waving a white stick rather than the whistle he had in his hand!  He and his team of touch judges missed numerous blatant knock-ons, ignored at least two high tackles, not to mention half a dozed forward passes.  I will be taking a careful look at the video replays of these incidents and may make a formal complaint against the match officials to the TWP World Rugby Cup Committee."
    As for our second game against Giovanniland, the match officials had it spot on and I would like to congratulate them on their professionalism, good humour, and deft handling of the whole game.  The sportsmanship showed by our opponents in their defeat was exemplary and we enjoyed post-match schooner races in the bar followed by rugby songs that included: Pull'em Down You Zulu Warrior!,  Mule Train!", and Swing Low, Sweet Chariot.

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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from Zoran in 2nd TWP Rugby World Cup [rosters, roleplays, results]   
    "We was robbed in the first game against Dalimbar" growled the Mediobogdum Coach,  Ginger (Fingers) Malone.  "The ref would have been more effective if he had been waving a white stick rather than the whistle he had in his hand!  He and his team of touch judges missed numerous blatant knock-ons, ignored at least two high tackles, not to mention half a dozed forward passes.  I will be taking a careful look at the video replays of these incidents and may make a formal complaint against the match officials to the TWP World Rugby Cup Committee."
    As for our second game against Giovanniland, the match officials had it spot on and I would like to congratulate them on their professionalism, good humour, and deft handling of the whole game.  The sportsmanship showed by our opponents in their defeat was exemplary and we enjoyed post-match schooner races in the bar followed by rugby songs that included: Pull'em Down You Zulu Warrior!,  Mule Train!", and Swing Low, Sweet Chariot.

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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from Saint Mark in 2nd TWP Rugby World Cup [rosters, roleplays, results]   
    "We was robbed in the first game against Dalimbar" growled the Mediobogdum Coach,  Ginger (Fingers) Malone.  "The ref would have been more effective if he had been waving a white stick rather than the whistle he had in his hand!  He and his team of touch judges missed numerous blatant knock-ons, ignored at least two high tackles, not to mention half a dozed forward passes.  I will be taking a careful look at the video replays of these incidents and may make a formal complaint against the match officials to the TWP World Rugby Cup Committee."
    As for our second game against Giovanniland, the match officials had it spot on and I would like to congratulate them on their professionalism, good humour, and deft handling of the whole game.  The sportsmanship showed by our opponents in their defeat was exemplary and we enjoyed post-match schooner races in the bar followed by rugby songs that included: Pull'em Down You Zulu Warrior!,  Mule Train!", and Swing Low, Sweet Chariot.

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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from Fujai in The Omnipotent Questionnaire Thread - Step Three!   
    Nation name:       Mediobogdum
    3-Letter Code:     MED                             2-Letter Code:    MD
    Capital City:         Gariannonum
    Government Type:   Unicameral Republic
     
    The population of my nation is: Below Average / Average / Above average
     
    The GDP per capita of my nation is: Below Average / Average / Above average
     
    Government Spending - Which statement best describes your nation?
      My nation provides moderate social programs, or a small selection of social programs. 
      My nation has an extensive social safety net, or provides multiple programs like universal healthcare, welfare, and free tuition for its citizens 
    X
    My nation does not provide social programs beyond bare necessities and/or high school educations. 
      My nation does not prioritize social spending, but engages in some large-scale government or public spending projects. 
      My nation’s government spending is a vast majority of our GDP, such as having to coordinate our import-dependent economy.
    (this option is subject to Cartography Board approval)
     
    Military Indicator - Which statement best describes your nation?
      My nation has made a commitment to security, and maintains a moderately sized modern armed forces within our means. 
     
    My nation has little incentive or political drive for military spending, but maintains a small-to-moderate modern armed forces. 
    X
     
    My nation has prioritized military spending at the expense of other key areas and may have been criticized for lack of freedom or human rights issues. 
      My nation does not prioritize military spending due to other priorities, the belief we are safe, or we don’t have enough money left over to fund it. 
      My nation is heavily embattled and we believe we face an existential threat.
    (this option is subject to Cartography Board approval) 
     
    Any other inspirations or concepts you want to share:   
    Mediobogdum is a massive, industrially efficient nation, is notable for its frequent executions, enslaved workforce, and rampant corporate plagiarism. This position has been founded on the nation's massive naval military and merchant naval fleets.  The hard-nosed, hard-working, democratic, humorless, devout population hold their civil and political rights very dear, although the wealthy and those in business tend to be viewed with suspicion.  Mediobogdum has a large number of colonies which it has acquired over the past 2,000 years as the results of wars, peace treaties, and subjugation.  The nation's current factbook can be found here: https://www.nationstates.net/nation=mediobogdum/detail=factbook/id=434240
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    Mediobogdum reacted to Bran Astor in Honors of the West Pacific   
    Honors Of The West Pacific
    Granted by His Imperial Majesty
    BRAN ASTOR
    Dragon Emperor of The West Pacific
    on the twenty-sixth day of November in the year two-thousand and nineteen.
    In recognition of those who came before in honorable service to the Sovereign West.
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    First, it is with the greatest pride that I grant
     SAINT MARK
     the titles of
    Emperor Emeritus of the West Pacific
    For his dedicated service as our last Delegate,
    Chancellor of The Hall of Peers
    So that he may continue to serve the region with his wise counsel, and
    Celestial Sage
    As one who appointed the current Delegate.

     
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    Next, I grant
     NEENEE, 
    the title of
    Royal Princess of The West Pacific
    As one who appointed the previous Delegate.  

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Finally, I grant
    BIG BAD BADGER, ELEGARTH, and MEDIOBOGDUM
    the title of
    Grand Duke of the West
    As those who provided examples of leadership for those who followed, and
    For upholding the inviolable bonds of friendship forged with our treaty allies.

     
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    Mediobogdum reacted to Giovanniland in Gratitude thread   
    Firstly, I thank @Saint Mark. I joined NS at the time of Halo's reign as Delegate. He showed me that there was a lot more of NS beyond issues, and encouraged me to become a citizen and join the Discord server and forums. Although the delegate change happened not much time after that, I still remember Halo's delegacy, and I thank him for helping me.
    I also thank @Ark for introducing me to Foreign Affairs, which was the first ministry I decided to join, and I thank @Bran Astor for being an amazing Delegate and helping me with the Speaker position after I was elected, such as giving me ideas on how to start the Regional Commendations.
    Furthermore, I also thank @Reçueçn, @Elegarth, @TUMS and @Mediobogdum for being Trading Cards players that constantly trade cards with me and help keep the TWP Card Channel in Discord active. From all these card farmers, I think I should especially thank @Reçueçn for also encouraging me when I was seeking the last cards for my TWP S1 collection, giving me ideas to contact the players who had these rare cards, and showing me some tools to make card farming faster and less boring.
    It is important to say, though, that those are all individual players. I thank the West Pacific as a whole for being a wonderful region! Without you all, TWP wouldn't be the same.
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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from Saint Mark in Special Statement of The Crimson Order: 3/12/2020   
    Wise words indeed but washes hands of the whole affair. 
    People are already in a state of panic due to the crass reporting of the fake news empire which has caught severe case of TDS. 
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    Mediobogdum got a reaction from N1755L in Special Statement of The Crimson Order: 3/12/2020   
    Wise words indeed but washes hands of the whole affair. 
    People are already in a state of panic due to the crass reporting of the fake news empire which has caught severe case of TDS. 
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