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Paayaka States
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Founded: Nov 29, 2022
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Postby Paayaka States » Tue Nov 29, 2022 5:35 pm

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How can we submit proposals for resolutions
How do we defend if others raid
how do we attract people of join our region

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Kenmoria
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Postby Kenmoria » Wed Nov 30, 2022 3:15 am

(OOC: Welcome to the General Assembly. On a technical level, you need to be in the WA and have two WA endorsements: which can be found by scrolling to the bottom of your nation’s homepage, to submit a proposal. You can see and submit your proposal from here. On a more legislative level, you can improve your proposal by posting it to this forum, where other experienced players can give feedback on it.

The General Assembly is usually IC: in-character, so none of its proposals addressing raiding and defending. Indeed, per the rules for proposals, doing so makes a proposal illegal. In terms of defending a region and increasing its size, I recommend looking at the Gameplay forum, which is better suited to what you want to know.)
My pronouns are he/him. I am from the United Kingdom. I enjoy linguistics, law, and LARPing. The fact all three of those begin with the same letter is a coincidence and not a fascination with that grapheme.
Kenmoria is a corporate semi-dystopia where the mechanism of government has been privatised. It nominally has a Parliament, but it exercises no real power. Although the nation has helped to passed six GA resolutions, and been commended by the WA, nobody in Kenmoria knows of the WA’s existence, apart from a select few.

For more information, read the factbook here, though it is slightly inaccurate.

Sir James Lewitt is my character in the General Assembly. He was fired from employment as ambassador by the Kenmorian Government, but still turns up anyway.


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