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Welcome to The Rejected Realms: NationStates' only ejection-free zone!

Please endorse our Delegate, A Leaf on the Wind.


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Embassies: Rejected Realms Army, The East Pacific, The North Pacific, the South Pacific, Independent Order, 10000 Islands, Forest, Renegade Islands Alliance, Mordor, Spiritus, The Order of the Grey Wardens, belgium, Canada, Gay, Nasicournia, Nederland, and 39 others.the West Pacific, Lazarus, Osiris, The Moon, Warzone Sandbox, Warzone Asia, Caer Sidi, Right to Life, Hell, One big Island, Equilism, Space Sector RPRA, Texas, Yggdrasil, Equinox, Taijitu, The Skeleton Army, Europe, Global Right Alliance, Atlantis, Force, Portugal, Australia, Hippy Haven, The Cuckoos Egg, The Hole To Hide In, The Union of Democratic States, The Well, United Kingdom, Wintreath, Capitalist Paradise, The NewsStand, Warzone Africa, Philippines, Kyorgia puppet storage, Jethnea, European Union, The Free Nations Region, and The Potato Alliance.

Tags: Defender, Democratic, Egalitarian, Featured, Founderless, Game Player, Gargantuan, LGBT, Multi-Species, Offsite Chat, Offsite Forums, Regional Government, and 3 others.Security Council, Sinker, and World Assembly.

Regional Power: Very High

The Rejected Realms contains 6,343 nations, the 9th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Soda Pop Sector in the Rejected Realms

The World Census recorded sales of fizzy syrup water in order to determine which nations have the largest beverage industries.

As a region, the Rejected Realms is ranked 7,673rd in the world for Largest Soda Pop Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Free Land of Chris HallIron Fist Consumerists“Pay me or DIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ”
2.The Commonwealth of MonianoliCapitalist Paradise“In Money we trust”
3.The Free Land of The Objectivist CommonwealthAnarchy“Man is an end in himself.”
4.The Christmas Planes of Eternal Dam NationCorporate Bordello“EternalDamNation!!!!!!11!1!?one1!!!”
5.The Former UwU's republic of OwOistanCapitalist Paradise“OwO What's this?”
6.The Republic of YsargaAnarchy“Sic Semper Tyrannis”
7.The Democratic Republic of Anar landAnarchy“Freedom”
8.The Incorporated States of Pepsi CoCompulsory Consumerist State“For those that think young.”
9.The Oceanic Empire of GhojinglesInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Welcome to the Future!”
10.The Dictatorship of Brotherhood of nodCorporate Police State“Peace through Power”
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Regional Poll • Nday is coming...What will you do?

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The Rejected Realms Regional Message Board

Hoffania wrote:Do we have to join the potato alliance region?

i don't think we need to move regions, just join the faction

Zim-topia wrote:i don't think we need to move regions, just join the faction

Correct. We can stay in RR. Factions are completely separate you can join whichever but I suggest potato alliance!

Hoffania wrote:Do we have to join the potato alliance region?

No, you only need to join the faction.

R of H Recruiter I wrote:Donít join potatos join Roleplay of History!

Bruhhhh

Ok, thanks all

Hoffania wrote:Ok, thanks all

I want to opt out of the 'all' you are thanking.

My man rhythmic Mike is at it again on my roof. Smh

An icon. A legend. A champion for equality and justice, using practical, measurable goals to advance feminist equality through the gradual creation of actionable precedent in key cases that have had a profound effect on United States jurisprudence ever since their original argumentation.

Who else could I speak of but Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Notorious RBG, one of the greatest and most powerful feminists of her generation and an unexpected pop culture icon. In the wake of her death, now is the perfect time to look back on the career of this truly awe-inspiring woman. There is no better place to start than her cases argued before the United States Supreme Court, the most powerful court in one of the most powerful countries in the world. But of the six she argued, which one do you think is most important? What are your opinions on the questions argued in these cases? How do you think her tendency to argue in cases extending rights to men previously only given to women impacted how the Supreme Court ruled on key cases that broke barriers around gender inequality? Are there areas of the law you feel need a separation around how men and women are treated?

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ARE YOU READY FOR SOME POTATOES, REJECTS? LET'S GO!!!!

Hour 'till potato time 💜

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