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Laguna Republic

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Laguna Republic is a nation led by Governor Ramil Hernandez on the continent of Asia. Laguna Republic's government is a Parliamentary Republic with very liberal social policies. Economically, Laguna Republic favors far right wing policies. The official currency of Laguna Republic is the Philippine Peso. At 216 days old, Laguna Republic is an old nation. Laguna Republic has a population of 3,620,818 and a land area of 22,900.00 sq. miles. This gives it a national average population density of 158.11. Pollution in the nation is almost non-existent. The citizens' faith in the government is at an all-time high with an approval rating of 100%.

Location of Laguna in Philippine Map 


Laguna Map 


National seal



Government- Governor Ramil Hernandez

Vice Governor - Katherine Agapay

Legislature - Laguna Provincial Board.


Laguna is notable as the birthplace of José Rizal, the country's de facto national hero. It has numerous natural and cultural attractions such as Pagsanjan Falls, the University of the Philippines Los Baños and the University of the Philippines Open University in Los Baños, the hot spring resorts of Calamba on the slopes of Mount Makiling, Pila historic town plaza, Taytay Falls in Majayjay, the wood carvings and papier-mâché created by the people of Paete, the annual Sampaguita Festival in San Pedro, the turumba of Pakil, the tsinelas footwear from Liliw, the Pandan Festival of Luisiana, the Seven Lakes of San Pablo, and the Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery in Nagcarlan.



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Pre-Hispanic settlement in the area can be dated to prehistoric times, as evidenced in the names of towns such as Pila, Laguna, whose name can be traced to the straight mounds of dirt that form the boundaries of the rice paddy, or Pilapil. The written history of the province of Laguna, (Lagoon in Spanish) and that of the Southern Tagalog region, dates to 900 AD. The Laguna Copperplate Inscription is the oldest known written document found in the Philippines. It notes that its subject was released from a debt to the King of Tondo.

A prominent figure during the time of pre-Hispanic contact is Gat Pangil, a chieftain in the area. The towns of Bay, Pangil and Pakil were reputed to have once been a part of his domain, although accounts vary about his identity.


16th century:

The Province of Laguna, which was formerly called La Laguna and La Provincia de la Laguna de Bay, was named after Laguna de Bay, the body of water that forms its northern boundary. Laguna de Bay, in turn, was named after the town of Bay, the first provincial capital. Captain Juan de Salcedo with a band of one hundred Spanish-Mexican soldiers conquered the province and its surrounding regions for Spain in 1571. The province of La Laguna comprised the modern province of Laguna, as well as parts of what are now known as Rizal and Quezon provinces.

In 1577, Spanish Franciscan missionaries arrived in Manila, and in 1578 they started evangelizing Laguna, Morong (now Rizal), Tayabas (now Quezon) and the Bicol Peninsula as part of the colonizing effort. Juan de Plasencia and Diego de Oropesa were the earliest Franciscans sent to these places. From 1580, the towns of Bay, Caliraya, Majayjay, Nagcarlan, Liliw, Pila, Santa Cruz, Lumban, Pangil and Siniloan were founded. During the time of Governor-General Gómez Pérez Dasmariñas, the province of La Laguna was divided into the following encomiendas:


Mirabago - Currently the areas surrounding, Liliw, and Nagcarlan.

Tabuco - Currently the areas surrounding San Pedro, Biñan, Santa Rosa, Cabuyao, and Calamba.

Taitay - Currently Taytay, Rizal.

Bay - The area surrounding Bay, Laguna, and Los Baños, Laguna.

Pila - The area that is now Pila, Victoria, Pililla, Rizal, and Jala-Jala, Rizal

Mahaihai - Currently the area around Majayjay, Magdalena, and Luisiana

Tayaval - Tayabas, now known as Quezon.

Panguil - Now Pangil, Laguna.

Sinaloa - The area surrounding Siniloan, Famy and Mabitac.

Moron - Currently the areas surrounding Morong, including the town of Santa Maria, formerly known as Caboan.

Nayun - Nayum, currently Tiaong, Quezon.


By 1591, there were approximately 48,400 people living in the province


17th and 18th century:

Laguna was the site of multiple engagements during the Sangley Rebellion, made up of Chinese-Filipino mestizos. In 1603, Antonio de Morga relates how the Chinese rebels scattered to three divisions, one of which went to the mountains of San Pablo. Captain Don Luys de Velasco, aided by Spanish and Filipino forces, was successful in pursuing the rebels. Eventually the Chinese were able to kill Luys de Velasco and ten of his men, before securing themselves in San Pablo while waiting for reinforcement from the mainland. On the 20th of October, 1603, Governor-General Pedro Bravo de Acuña then sent Captain Cristoval de Axqueta Menchaca to pursue and crush the rebellion and was successful after twenty days of fighting.

Around this time the hot springs of Los Baños and San Pablo were known to the Spanish, and a hospital was built in the area. By 1622, the hospital was notable enough to be mentioned by the Archbishop of Manila at the time, Miguel García Serrano in his letter to King Philip IV.

In 1639, a second rebellion involving the Chinese occurred, and the rebels fortified themselves in the highlands of Cavinti and Lumban before surrendering in Pagsanjan a year later.


In 1670, a delimitation of borders were made between Lucban, Majayjay and Cavite. The most populous town at that time, Bay, was capital of the province until 1688, when the seat of the provincial government was moved to Pagsanján. Pagsanján would be the provincial seat until 1858 when it was moved once again to Santa Cruz. In 1754, the Province of Laguna and Tayabas were divided, with the Malinao River separating the towns of Majayjay and Lucban.

In 1678, Fray Hernando Cabrera founded San Pablo de los Montes (now San Pablo City) and built a wooden church and convent considered as the best and finest in the province.

Fighting extended to Laguna during the British occupation of Manila between the years of 1762–64. A detachment of British troops under Captain Thomas Backhouse entered the province in search of the silver cargo of the galleon Filipina while Francisco de San Juan led a band of volunteers that fought them in several engagements in and around the then provincial capital of Pagsanjan. Backhouse plundered the town and burned its newly reconstructed church but San Juan succeeded in escaping with the precious hoard to Pampanga where the treasure greatly bolstered the defense effort of Governor-General Simón de Anda y Salazar. For his actions, San Juan was made a brigade commander and alcalde mayor of Tayabas (now Quezon) province.


19th century:

A major event in Laguna occurred in 1840, when religious intolerance led the people of Majayjay, Nagcarlan, Bay, and Biñan to join the revolt of Hermano Pule (Apolinario de la Cruz) of Lucban, Tayabas. This revolt was eventually crushed by Governor-General Marcelino de Oraá Lecumberri.

As part of political restructuring during the 19th century, the municipalities of Morong, Pililla, Tanay, Baras, Binangonan, Jalajala, Angono and Cardona were separated from Laguna and re-organized to the province Politico-Militar Distrito de Morong. In 1858, the provincial capital was once again moved from Pagsanjan to Santa Cruz, where it stands until today.

In 1861, José Rizal was born in Calamba to Francisco Mercado and Teodora Alonso. Rizal would become one of the leading members of the Propaganda Movement, who advocated political reforms for the colony. Rizal would go on to write two novels, Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo, which in part fueled additional anti-colonial sentiment, contributing to the eventual Philippine Revolution. In 1896, thousands of inhabitants, especially of Bay, Los Baños, Nagcarlan, Magdalena, Santa Cruz, and Pagsanjan had joined the revolutionary Katipunan. Rizal was executed on December 30, 1896, on charges of rebellion. Today, Rizal is recognized as a national hero of the Philippines.

Laguna was one of the eight provinces to rise in revolt against the Spanish misrule led by Generals Paciano Rizal in Calamba, Severino Taiño in Pagsanjan, Agueda Kahabagan in Calauan, and Miguel Malvar in Batangas. One of the early engagements of the revolution was the Battle of Sambat, in Pagsanjan. Katipuneros from Laguna, led by Severino Taiño, took the city of Pagsanjan and attempted to use it as a starting point towards the liberation of the province, but was quelled by forces led by Basilio Augustin.

The defeat in Sambat meant the end of large-scale organized revolt in Laguna, the Malungingnging chapter of the Katipunan failing to replicate the relative success of the revolution in Cavite. The revolutionaries resorted to hit-and-run and guerrilla tactics against the Spanish, lasting until the Pact of Biak-na-Bato on December 14 to 15, 1897. It was only after the execution of Jose Rizal that the revolution flared up again, culminating in the Battle of Calamba in May 1898, and the surrender of the last Spanish garrison in Laguna in Santa Cruz, on August 31 of the same year.

Laguna actively supported the First Philippine Republic proclaimed at Malolos on January 23, 1899. Its two delegates to the Malolos Congress were Don Higino Benítez and Don Graciano Cordero, both natives of Pagsanján.


Philippine-American War:

Upon the outbreak of the Philippine–American War, Generals Juan Cailles and Paciano Rizal led the defense of Laguna during the war's early stages. The Battle of Mabitac was fought in defense of the town of Mabitac and was won by Filipino forces. However, forces led by Henry W. Lawton fought and won in Santa Cruz, Pagsanjan, and Paete, effectively securing the province for American forces. Resistance still occurred during this time. One of the province's folk hero during the continuing engagements was Teodoro Asedillo, who was considered a bandit by American forces.


American Occupation:

By the end of the war, the entire country was occupied by American forces and was taken as a colony. The Taft Commission was established to govern the Philippines during the interim period, which appointed Juan Cailles as the provincial governor of Laguna. Act No. 83, or the Provincial Government Act, established a civilian government under American occupation. During this time, roads were built, schools were established, and in 1917, the Manila Railroad Company extended its line to Laguna as far as Pagsanjan.

In 1903, the town of Muntinlupa became part of La Laguna and was annexed to the town of Biñan, but was later returned to the province of Rizal in 1905


World war ll:

During the Japanese occupation of the Philippines (1942–1945), Laguna was a center of Filipino resistance despite the presence of Makapili collaborators.

The establishment of the military general headquarters and military camp bases of the Philippine Commonwealth Army and the Philippine Constabulary is a military unit organization was founded on January 3, 1942, to June 30, 1946, in the province of Laguna, and aided of the local military regular units of the Philippine Commonwealth Army 4th and 42nd Infantry Division and the Philippine Constabulary 4th Constabulary Regiment. Started the engagements of the Anti-Japanese Military Operations in Southern Luzon, Mindoro and Palawan from 1942 to 1945 against the Japanese Imperial forces.

Beginning in 1945, attacks by the Filipino soldiers of the 4th, 42nd, 43rd, 45th, 46th and 47th Infantry Division of the Philippine Commonwealth Army, 4th Constabulary Regiment of the Philippine Constabulary and the recognized guerrillas against Japanese forces in Laguna increased in anticipation of the Liberation of the Philippines by joint Filipino & American forces.



Laguna covers a total area of 1,917.85 km2 (740.49 sq mi) occupying the north‑central section of the Calabarzon region in Luzon. The province is situated southeast of Metro Manila, south of Rizal, west of Quezon, north of Batangas and east of Cavite. Laguna is the third largest province in the Calabarzon region and the 63rd largest in the entire country. The municipalities of Cavinti and the city of San Pablo have the largest land areas with 203.58 km2 (78.60 sq mi) and 197.56 km2 (76.28 sq mi), respectively. The municipality of Victoria has the smallest land area with 57.46 km2 (22.19 sq mi).

Laguna lies on the southern shores of Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the country. The land near Laguna de Bay can be considered to be narrow and flat, while become more rugged going further inland towards the mountainous areas of Sierra Madre, Mount Makiling, and Mount Banahaw.

Laguna is home to 24 mountains, most of which are inactive volcanoes. The highest peak in Laguna is Mt. Banahaw, with an elevation of 2,170 m (7,120 ft). Banahaw, unlike most other volcanoes in Laguna, is an active complex stratovolcano, which last erupted in 1843. Banahaw is located in the boundary of Laguna and Quezon and is home to multiple hot springs. Laguna is also home to the Laguna Volcanic Field, which can be found near San Pablo. The Laguna Volcanic Field is composed of over 200 dormant and monogenetic maars, crater lakes, scoria cones and stratovolcanoes, the tallest of which is Mount Makiling at 1,090 m (3,580 ft) in elevation.

San Pablo itself is known for its seven crater lakes, the largest of which is Lake Sampaloc. Apart from the Laguna de Bay and the Seven Lakes of San Pablo, there are also two reservoir lakes that can be found in Laguna, the Lake Caliraya and Lumot Lake. These two man-made lakes were formed by the creation of the Caliraya Dam and the Lumot Dam.

Due to its proximity to Laguna de Bay, Laguna is home to a large number of its tributaries. One of the most famous rivers in Laguna is the Bumbungan River, also known as the Pagsanjan River, named after the town of Pagsanjan and its falls. The Pagsanjan Falls lie at the end of the river. The Pagsanjan Falls are a three-drop waterfall with a longest drop of 120 m (390 ft).

Laguna has 60,624 ha (606.24 km2) of alienable and disposable agricultural land, mostly found near the low-lying areas. Around 41,253 ha (412.53 km2), or 23.44% of Laguna's total land area is forest land, situated near Mount Makiling and further south towards Quezon. Laguna has an estimated 16,205 ha (162.05 km2) of forest cover, ranking it third in the region.



The province is relatively dry from November to April and wet during the rest of the year for a small portion near the southern boundary. The other parts, west of Santa Cruz municipality, experience a dry season from November to April and rainy season during the rest of the year. The eastern and southernmost portions do not have distinct season, with rainfall more evenly distributed throughout the year. Laguna is classified under the Köppen climate classification as predominantly having a Tropical monsoon climate, mostly centered around the areas of Calamba to Calauan. The area stretching from Biñan to Cabuyao is classified as having a Tropical savanna climate, while the area from Luisiana to Pangil has a Tropical rainforest climate.


Administrative Divisions:


Laguna comprises 24 municipalities and 6 cities. The provincial capital of Laguna is Santa Cruz. As of the 2020 census, there are 3,382,193 people in the province.






Basic Information
Nation Name: Laguna Republic VIP
Leader Name: Ramil Hernandez
Nation ID: 470439
Founded: 08/17/2022 (216 Days Old)
Last Activity: Active 6 hours ago
Discord Username:Ramil Hernandez#6010
Unique ID: f4016b933904cc2ef27da23da
International Relations
Alliance: Serpentis Alliance Flag
Serpen Worshiper
Alliance Seniority:49 days
Color Trade Bloc: Purple is Legion
Commendations: 25
Denouncements: 3
Nation Page Visits: 3,860
Recent Visitors: VIP Only 1 nations from 1 alliances in past 24 hours
Population: 3,620,818
Infrastructure: 27,000.00
Land Area: 22,900 sq. miles
Avg Pop Density: 158.11 people/sq. mi
GDP: $3,061,938,966.00
GDP per Capita: $845.65
GNI: $1,302,211,595.00
Economic Policies: Far Right
Currency: Currency Image Philippine Peso
Government Type: Parliamentary Republic Govt Icon
Domestic Policy: Manifest Destiny Manifest Destiny Icon
Social Policies: Liberal
State Religion: Catholicism Catholicism
National Animal: National Animal ImagePhilippine Eagle
Approval Rating: 100% (234.98)
Pollution Index: 40 points
Radiation Index: 113.63 R (Global: 96.96 R)
OBL Team: Laguna team
Nation Rank: #1,963 of 34,052 Nations (5.76%)
Nation Score: More Information 3,097.25
War Policy: Help Pirate Pirate Icon
Spies: Unknown
Nuclear Weapons:
Nation Stats
Infrastructure Destroyed: 295,926.45
Infrastructure Lost: 16,708.00
Money Looted: $1,309,775,227.39
Wars Won: 182
Wars Lost: 0

There are no posted bounties on this nation.

15 Cities [M]
Nation Activity
03/19 03:58 am - Laguna Republic has publicly commended the nation of Confederation of Hong Kong led by Brandon Lei.
03/18 03:45 pm - Brandon Lei of Confederation of Hong Kong has publicly commended the nation of Laguna Republic.
03/18 07:33 am - Laguna Republic declared war on West Esung for the reason of "Raid for money/Peace offer is accepted when online.".
03/17 02:54 pm - Laguna Republic declared war on The real Prussian Empire for the reason of "Inactive raid, DM for peace".
03/17 12:32 am - Laguna Republic declared war on Land of the Shinkansen for the reason of "Serpentis counter!!!!".
03/11 04:07 pm - Laguna Republic declared war on New Mandalore for the reason of "FOR AURORA!!!".
03/11 04:05 pm - Laguna Republic declared war on BlueBottle Confederation for the reason of "FOR AURORA!!!".
03/11 04:03 pm - Laguna Republic declared war on Valyria for the reason of "FOR AURORA!!!".
03/10 04:04 pm - Ramil Hernandez built a new project: Propaganda Bureau
03/09 07:59 am - Laguna Republic declared war on PikaLand for the reason of "Hive counter!!".
03/08 02:02 am - Laguna Republic declared war on Galway for the reason of "FOR SERPENTIS!!!".
03/01 12:40 am - Laguna Republic declared war on Goods for the reason of "AURORA COUNTER!!!!".
02/25 11:14 am - founded a new city, Kalayaan.
02/25 10:51 am - Morbius of Morbius Empire has publicly commended the nation of Laguna Republic.
02/20 12:22 am - Laguna Republic declared war on Kingdom of Alba for the reason of "AURORA COUNTER!!!!".
02/19 09:01 am - Laguna Republic declared war on The Puryan Order for the reason of "Raid due to inactivity/money".
02/18 02:13 pm - Laguna Republic declared war on Northwest American Republic for the reason of "Raid due to inactivity/money".
02/17 02:56 pm - Laguna Republic declared war on Pandorica for the reason of "Raid for money 😀".
02/17 01:04 pm - Engineer Carlo of Philippines Greater Empire has publicly commended the nation of Laguna Republic.
02/17 01:03 pm - Engineer Carlo of Philippines Greater Empire has publicly denounced the nation of Laguna Republic.
02/13 01:19 am - Laguna Republic declared war on Republic of Anglo for the reason of "Serpentis counter!!!!".
02/04 12:04 pm - Laguna Republic declared war on The Lebanese republic for the reason of "Serpentis counter!!!!".
02/04 12:02 pm - Laguna Republic has publicly commended the nation of Duluth led by Rocky Lin.
02/03 10:22 pm - Rocky Lin of Duluth has publicly commended the nation of Laguna Republic.
01/31 02:44 pm - Laguna Republic changed their Color Trade Bloc from Green to Purple.
01/31 02:42 pm - Franz Steiger changed the alliance position of Ramil Hernandez from applicant to Serpen Worshiper.
01/31 02:42 pm - Laguna Republic applied to join the alliance Serpentis.
01/31 02:42 pm - Laguna Republic left the alliance Aurora.
01/24 01:01 am - Laguna Republic declared war on Japan for the reason of "AURORA COUNTER!!!!".
01/19 11:52 pm - Laguna Republic declared war on Republic of Anglo for the reason of "Serpentis counter!".
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7 National Projects
Activity Center
Activity Center increases the daily login bonus for nations with 15 or fewer cities.
Intelligence Agency
Intelligence Agency is a national project that allows you to do two espionage operations per day instead of one and train up to 60 spies.
Iron Dome
Iron Dome is a national project that gives you a 50% chance of shooting down enemy missiles.
Missile Launch Pad
Missile Launch Pad is a national project that allows you to build Missiles.
Nuclear Research Facility
Nuclear Research Facility is a national project that allows you to build Nuclear Weapons.
Propaganda Bureau
Propaganda Bureau is a national project that increases your military unit recruitment rate.
Uranium Enrichment Program
Uranium Enrichment Program is a national project that doubles Uranium production in your nation.