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Agora RMB

WA Delegate: The Patrimonium of Saint Olav (elected )

Founder: Nemonicus

Last WA Update:

Board Activity History Admin Rank

Most World Assembly Endorsements: 218th Most Influential: 395th Most Inclusive: 467th+31
Most Cultured: 489th Most Valuable International Artwork: 585th Most Cheerful Citizens: 606th Most Rebellious Youth: 610th Most Compassionate Citizens: 662nd Nicest Citizens: 674th Most Beautiful Environments: 764th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 871st Best Weather: 897th Largest Publishing Industry: 927th Most Nations: 1,032nd Smartest Citizens: 1,033rd Healthiest Citizens: 1,041st Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,063rd Most Advanced Public Education: 1,116th Largest Welfare Programs: 1,243rd Most Advanced Public Transport: 1,287th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,306th Most Scientifically Advanced: 1,341st Largest Information Technology Sector: 1,379th Highest Poor Incomes: 1,381st Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 1,507th Largest Governments: 1,727th Most Developed: 1,842nd Most Subsidized Industry: 1,901st Largest Black Market: 1,942nd Highest Economic Output: 1,980th Highest Average Incomes: 1,980th Most Secular: 2,139th Lowest Crime Rates: 2,341st Longest Average Lifespans: 2,382nd
World Factbook Entry

• AGORA • Founded April 1, 2016 — Today is Flamethrower (February) 28, Year 5 of Agora. Happy Day of Chaos!

"Deepness mumbles,
Hums,
Let It go forth"

Unofficial Regional Motto: "We're seriously silly, and silly about our seriousness"
Immigration for the region is through Customs of Agora. Newly-arrived nations are asked to introduce themselves in the common chat.

Embassy requests should be accompanied by a letter of introduction.

• Please, no un-solicited advertisements on the RMB.


"There is more power in unity than division"



  1. 15

    Agora: A Regional Overview

    FactbookOverview by Agora Protergatis . 1,030 reads.

  2. 9

    The Ideology of Agoranism

    FactbookCulture by Iescech . 176 reads.

  3. 10

    Agoran Calendar and Holidays

    FactbookInternational by Iescech . 435 reads.

  4. 12

    Immigration Control of Agora

    FactbookLegislation by Iescech . 474 reads.

  5. 4

    The Agoran Album

    FactbookCulture by Iescech . 50 reads.

  6. 9

    Cursus Agorarum

    FactbookOverview by Gettenfeld . 208 reads.

  7. 6

    Voting Record of the Senate

    FactbookLegislation by New dukaine . 85 reads.

  8. 5

    Agora-Novapax Terms of Agreement of Mutuality (ANTAM)

    FactbookLegislation by Iescech . 56 reads.

  9. 170

    The Reference Library

    MetaReference by All wild things . 2,707 reads.

  10. 730

    The NewsStand

    BulletinNews by All wild things . 10,507 reads.

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Embassies: Queens Coming Into Our Own, The Bar on the corner of every region, Zhaucauozian Friendship, Novapax, The Doxford, Wintreath, The United Caribbean Island Alliance, Customs of Agora, Underworld, Order of the Southern North, The Sands, The Peaceful Coffee Shop In Chicago, Avadam Inn, Gypsy Lands, Hollow Point, Bus Stop, and 16 others.Yarnia, Nordur, Novo Brasil, Vanet, Straw Hat Pirates, Christmas, POLATION, Rogue CONclave, Thanksgiving, The Straw Hat Pirates, The Dumpster Behind the Coffee Shop, The Library, Weeks Auto Repair, The Local Supermarket, The House at Pooh Corner, and Niflheim.

Tags: Casual, Founderless, Medium, Neutral, Password, Serious, Silly, and Social.

Regional Power: Moderate

Agora contains 16 nations, the 1,032nd most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Advanced Public Education in Agora

Fresh-faced World Census agents infiltrated schools with varying degrees of success in order to determine which nations had the most widespread, well-funded, and advanced public education programs.

As a region, Agora is ranked 1,116th in the world for Most Advanced Public Education.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Socialist Democracy of MagloireLeft-wing Utopia“Infinite diversity, one union”
2.The Imperial Union of IescechNew York Times Democracy“Not for revolution, for progress”
3.The Socialist Republic of ColoranNew York Times Democracy“Προς ειρήνη, ευημερία και ένα καλύτερο αύριο”
4.The Castles in the Skies of Gates of Horn and IvoryCivil Rights Lovefest“Two gates the silent house of Sleep adorn”
5.The Patrimonium of Saint OlavLeft-Leaning College State“Slaughter is the only means to a new beginning”
6.The Completely Ridiculous Nation of Estranged ConfusionInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Wait, what?”
7.The Working Class Warlock of John ConstantineScandinavian Liberal Paradise“I'm a nasty piece of work... Ask anybody!”
8.The Empire of LakotisNew York Times Democracy“Only then can you be a true man”
9.The Reconstruction of GettenfeldLeft-Leaning College State“Avanti Corsinia!”
10.The Constitutional Monarchy of SparsiaNew York Times Democracy“God is supreme ”
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Agora Regional Message Board

So about seven thousand languages are spoken on Earth today. Yay! I thought I was good knowing one (English) "pretty well," and another (German) "so embarrassingly and perhaps insultingly poorly that I should probably claim that I don't know it at all." You'd think most people would be at least semi-impressed that I know more than one.

But nope! Maybe I could become the first to know them all?

Oh, sure, it's not like anyone else speaks all seven thousand languages either. But ... maybe I could become the first? Quick!--To the language school!

Wait--What I'd be trying to do is impossible. I'd bet money that any people claiming to speak just twenty languages are padding their numbers a bit. One might say I'd never speak all seven thousand licenses. But never say never.

Or, as they say in Basque ...

*Sigh* Never mind. This whole day has worked to establish that I have no idea how to finish that sentence.

As they say in Basque, do as I say, not as I do.

Greetings. Former resident of Agora here, requesting the password to return to the region.

Magloire wrote:As they say in Basque, do as I say, not as I do.

Well I sure do love to Basque in the sunlight

Bill from Accounting wrote:Greetings all!

Hello, óla, guten tag, komdu sæl! and all that

Bonjour et salut, etc., etc.

Good morning, all! I've woken up at 6am today to finish homework I gave up on at 10pm last night...sleep comes first!

Iescech wrote:Good morning, all! I've woken up at 6am today to finish homework I gave up on at 10pm last night...sleep comes first!

Agreed, I have a bit of a rule to always study as early as possible and to never study late in the evening

Bill from Accounting wrote:Greetings all!

Oh good, you're just in time for the upcoming tax season, here in the States.

*drops a load of paperwork on the desk*

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