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The Republic of Paname is a nation led by Président Eclipse on the continent of Africa. The Republic of Paname's government is a Democracy with very libertarian social policies. Economically, The Republic of Paname favors left wing policies. The official currency of The Republic of Paname is the Franc. At 1,003 days old, The Republic of Paname is an ancient nation. The Republic of Paname has a population of 5,195,686 and a land area of 31,000.00 sq. miles. This gives it a national average population density of 167.60. Pollution in the nation is a disaster. The citizens' faith in the government is completely depleted with an approval rating of 0%.


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Black Knights

Member January 2019 - July 2019

 

The Knights Radiant

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Member 6th April 2020 - Present

TKR Head of Oathkeeping July 2020 - September 2020

TKR Mentor June 2020 - Present

Lightweavers First Knight 31st July 2021 - Present

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Radiant Design Co.

  Member 3rd May 2020 - September 2020

Manager 26th June - September 2020

Owner 26th June 2020 - 24th July 2020

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FIRST NUKE EATEN: 1st November 2020

FIRST NUKE LAUNCHED: 1st November 2020

 


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National Factbook
Flag:National Flag
Nation Name:Paname
Leader Name:Eclipse
Currency: Currency Image
Franc
History:The Parisii, a sub-tribe of the Celtic Senones, inhabited the Paname area from around the middle of the 3rd century BC. One of the area's major north–south trade routes crossed the Seine on the île de la Cité; this meeting place of land and water trade routes gradually became an important trading centre. The Parisii traded with many river towns (some as far away as the Iberian Peninsula) and minted their own coins for that purpose. As the Frankish domination of Gaul began, there was a gradual immigration by the Franks to Paname. Fortification of the Île de la Cité failed to avert sacking by Vikings in 845, but Paname's strategic importance—with its bridges preventing ships from passing—was established by successful defence in the Siege of Paname (885–86). By the end of the 12th century, Paname had become the political, economic, religious, and cultural capital of France. The Palais de la Cité, the royal residence, was located at the western end of the Île de la Cité. In 1163, during the reign of Louis VII, Maurice de Sully, bishop of Paname, undertook the construction of the Notre Dame Cathedral at its eastern extremity. During the 17th century, Cardinal Richelieu, chief minister of Louis XIII, was determined to make Paname the most beautiful country in the world. He built five new bridges, a new chapel for the College of Sorbonne, and a palace for himself, the Palais-Cardinal, which he bequeathed to Louis XIII. After Richelieu's death in 1642, it was renamed the Palais-Royal. Paname grew in population from about 400,000 in 1640 to 650,000 in 1780. Paname was the centre of an explosion of philosophic and scientific activity known as the Age of Enlightenment. Diderot and d'Alembert published their Encyclopédie in 1751, and the Montgolfier Brothers launched the first manned flight in a hot-air balloon on 21 November 1783, from the gardens of the Château de la Muette. Paname was the financial capital of continental Europe, the primary European centre of book publishing and fashion and the manufacture of fine furniture and luxury goods. In the summer of 1789, Paname became the centre stage of the Revolution. On 14 July, a mob seized the arsenal at the Invalides, acquiring thousands of guns, and stormed the Bastille, a symbol of royal authority. The first independent Paname Commune, or city council, met in the Hôtel de Ville and, on 15 July, elected a Mayor, the astronomer Jean Sylvain Bailly. Late in the 19th century, Paname hosted major international expositions: the 1889 Universal Exposition, was held to mark the centennial of the French Revolution and featured the new Eiffel Tower. After both World Wars of the 1900s Paname became an independent country, hoping to one day grow to encompass the entirety of France. On Christmas day 2018 Eclipse began his first term as president.
Geography
Continent:Africa
Land Area:49,889.54 sq. km
Terrain:The outer parts of the Paname remain largely rural. Agriculture land, forest and natural spaces occupy 78.9 percent of the nation. Twenty-eight percent of the region's land is in urban usage, while the remaining 24 percent is rivers, forests, woods, and ponds.

The River Seine flows through the middle of the nation, and the region is criss-crossed by its tributaries and sub-tributaries, including the Rivers Marne, Oise and Epte. The River Eure does not cross the region, but receives water from several rivers in the Ile-de-France, including the Drouette and the Vesgre. The major rivers are navigable, and, because of the modest variations of altitude in the region (between 10 and 200 meters), they have a tendency to meander and curve. They also create many lakes and ponds, some of which have been transformed into recreation areas. (Moisson-Mousseaux, Cergy-Neuville, Villeneuve-Saint-Georges, etc.).
Highest Peak:Montmartre, 130 meters
Lowest Valley:Seine River, 24 meters
Climate:Paname has a typical Western European oceanic climate, which is affected by the North Atlantic Current. The overall climate throughout the year is mild and moderately wet. Summer days are usually warm and pleasant with average temperatures between 15 and 25 °C, and a fair amount of sunshine. Each year, however, there are a few days when the temperature rises above 32 °C. Longer periods of more intense heat sometimes occur, such as the heat wave of 2003 when temperatures exceeded 30 °C for weeks, reached 40 °C on some days and rarely cooled down at night. Spring and autumn have, on average, mild days and fresh nights but are changing and unstable. Surprisingly warm or cool weather occurs frequently in both seasons. In winter, sunshine is scarce; days are cool, and nights are cold but generally above freezing with low temperatures around 3 °C. Light night frosts are however quite common, but the temperature will dip below −5 °C for only a few days a year. Snow falls every year, but rarely stays on the ground. The country sometimes sees light snow or flurries with or without accumulation.

Paname has an average annual precipitation of 641 mm (25.2 in), and experiences light rainfall distributed evenly throughout the year. However the country is known for intermittent abrupt heavy showers. The highest recorded temperature is 42.6 °C on 25 July 2019, and the lowest is −23.9 °C on 10 December 1879.
People & Society
Population:5,195,686 people
Demonym:Parigot
Demonym Plural:Parigots
Ethnic Groups:French - 94.7%
African - 2.5%
Asian - 0.9%
Languages:French - 98.0%
Arabic - 1.4%
Breton - 0.2%
Religions:Zizou - 94.3%
Christianity - 3.0%
Islam - 1.3%
Health
Life Expectancy:87 years
Obesity:0%
Alcohol Users:97.5%
Tobacco Users:99.9%
Cannabis Users:8%
Hard Drug Users:0.2%
Economy
Description:The economy of Paname is based largely on services and commerce; of the 390,480 enterprises in the city, 80.6 percent are engaged in commerce, transportation, and diverse services, 6.5 percent in construction, and just 3.8 percent in industry.
Average Yearly Income:$199.72
Gross Domestic Product (GDP):$8,025,789,941.00
GDP per Capita:$1,544.70
Gross National Income (GNI):$5,444,602,800.00
Industries:Tourism: According to the Paname Convention and Visitors Bureau, 393,008 workers in the country, or 12.4% of the total workforce, are engaged in tourism-related sectors such as hotels, catering, transport, and leisure.
Military
History:The military history of Paname encompasses an immense panorama of conflicts and struggles extending for more than 2,000 years across areas including modern Paname, greater Europe, and territorial possessions overseas. According to British historian Niall Ferguson, Paname participated in 50 of the 125 major European wars that have been fought since 1495; more than any other european state. They are followed by the Austrians who fought in 47 of them, the Spanish in 44 and the English (and later British) who were involved in 43. In addition, out of all recorded conflicts which occurred since the year 387 BC, Paname has fought in 168 of them, won 109, lost 49 and drawn 10; thus making Paname the most successful military power in European history. After the World Wars, Paname became independent. They later alligned themselves with The Knights Radiant, fighting with them when wars broke out.
Soldiers:0
Tanks:5,888
Aircraft:990
Ships:34
Missiles:0
Nuclear Weapons:0
Last Updated: 08/09/2021 10:19 am