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Homestuck RMB

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Founder: The Blue Holy Zombie Community of Cimpl

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World Factbook Entry

Your name is HOMESTUCK. As was previously mentioned it is your BIRTHDAY. You have a variety of INTERESTS. You have a passion for OBSCURE REFERENCES. You like to make jokes but you are NOT VERY GOOD AT IT. You have a particular fondness for a CERTAIN WEBCOMIC, and are an aspiring RULER OF NATIONS.

What will you do?
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LinkHomestuck status: Complete
Epilogue: Complete
LinkParadox Space status: Paused
LinkHomestuck Official YT status: Updating?
Hiveswap: Act 1 Released
Friendsim: is an awesome thing
PesterQuest: exists
LinkHomestuck^2 status: Updating
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Embassies: Undertale, The Embassy, Natan Region, The Bar on the corner of every region, Avadam Inn, Turkic Union, Archdymia, Dauiland, The Great Universe, Solid Kingdom, The New Mappers Union, Yarnia, Gypsy Lands, Union of Nationalists, Hollow Point, Lardyland, and 7 others.Zero Zero Zero Zero, Fredonia, Pravda, Codex Ylvus, The International Airport, Regionless, and Click Here.

Tags: Anime, Casual, Fandom, Serious, Silly, Small, Snarky, Sports, and Video Game.

Homestuck contains 10 nations, the 1,456th most in the world.

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Today's World Census Report

The Longest Average Lifespans in Homestuck

Nations ranked highly have lower rates of preventable death, with their citizens enjoying longer average lifespans.

As a region, Homestuck is ranked 4,577th in the world for Longest Average Lifespans.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Holy Federation of Arma EmpitesterInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Wait for it”
2.The Blue Holy Zombie Community of CimplLeft-Leaning College State“Optime volo, ut nemo umquam”
3.The Clear Blue Skies of LakanilaLiberal Democratic Socialists“There's no place like home.”
4.The Protectorate of D4V3 1S TH1S YOUInoffensive Centrist Democracy“WH4T NOW??”
5.The Mansion of Doc ScratchCorrupt Dictatorship“I am an excellent host.”
6.The Community of The Army of WVNew York Times Democracy“We hate kings.”
7.The Republic of Outer AnteroloScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Yeet”
8.The Republic of Derse And ProspitAuthoritarian Democracy“Peace For Our Home, Enduring”
9.The Armed Republic of John EgbertLiberal Democratic Socialists“Swoop!”
10.The Empire of 4lt3rn14Iron Fist Consumerists“NationStates”

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Homestuck Regional Message Board

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Tipsorp and esred wrote:Happy 4/13! Your copy of the Homestuck beta should arrive shortly. Have fun and please don't give the new universe cancer!

I'm surprised you didn't try this username! -Z

Your inbox pings at the arrival of a DIPLOMATIC CABLE.

The Ambassadors Reception wrote:Your inbox pings at the arrival of a DIPLOMATIC CABLE.

DP: Thank you AR!
[DP has stopped pestering AR]

TIL "Nation States" is a valid troll name.

Sup fellow Homestuck fans! I never really gotten into Homestuck, there's just way too much to read. What got you into Homestuck and really encouraged you to finish the entire webcomic?

I first got into Homestuck thanks to a friend who always wanted me to get into it. I didn't find it interesting but I one day decided to give it a shot.
The beginning is slow but it sets up the classic Hussie humor. And as the comic progressed, I got hooked on the various characters, the story, the animations, the music, and everything around the comic! And honestly, I can only recommend reading it. It's time-consuming, but it is really rewarding to finally finish Homestuck!

Pagan Horde wrote:Sup fellow Homestuck fans! I never really gotten into Homestuck, there's just way too much to read. What got you into Homestuck and really encouraged you to finish the entire webcomic?

I couldn't stop laughing at zoosmell and most of the jokes in the first few panels, so by the time they started with the data structure references, I was hooked (being a Computer Engineering student/nerd at the time).
The fact that it gets better from there just kept me reading. (Also, it helped that there were more computer jokes)

Just finished the epilogues. Wow. I find a lot of it just depressing, but it was worth it just for the end of candy.

John Egbert wrote:Just finished the epilogues. Wow. I find a lot of it just depressing, but it was worth it just for the end of candy.

I couldn't read them all. So long and so complicated, even for me... I just read a condensed version of it and moved onwards to Homestuck^2.

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