by Max Barry

Latest Forum Topics


The Kingdom of Britain and Ireland Administration


The Kingdom of Britain and Ireland has an executive Founder and a non-executive unfilled Delegate position. (?)

Executive Can appoint/dismiss Officers and set their authority. Founders with Executive authority can modify the authority of the Delegate, but Delegates cannot modify Founders. If the Founder is absent from the region, the Delegate gains Executive authority automatically ("by circumstance").
World Assembly Can vote on World Assembly proposals and resolutions.
Appearance Can modify the World Factbook Entry, Flag, and Tags, and pin Dispatches.
Border Control By spending Regional Influence, can eject/ban/unban nations and set/modify/remove the region password.
Communications Can send region-wide telegrams without stamps, compose Welcome telegrams, suppress & unsuppress posts on the Regional Message Board, and control who can recruit for the region.
Embassies Can open/close embassies with other regions and extend embassy posting privileges.
Polls Can create polls.
The United Kingdom of The British-Isles Founder Executive Appearance Border Control Communications Embassies Polls
WA Delegate World Assembly

Border Control

  • Nations do not require a password to enter The Kingdom of Britain and Ireland.

  • No nations are banned.


Regional embassies signal that formal diplomatic relations exist between regions.

1. Kingdom of Britain and Scotland
2. British Overseas Territory
3. Federation of Malaysia
4. The Imperial Dominion
5. Kingdom of Britain
6. French Empire
7. United Regions
8. Kingdom of England
9. The British Commonwealth
10. Monarchist League
11. British Empire

Invitations Received

Invitation Received FromViaReceived
Pecan SandiesThe Theocracy of Samadian Republic

The Kingdom of Britain and Ireland Message Board

Nations in embassy regions are not permitted to post on the The Kingdom of Britain and Ireland Regional Message Board.


Welcome Telegram: None.

Recruitment: All residents may send recruitment telegrams.