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Hello all! This year, the Eurth staff is debuting a brand-new month long event for the community. Every day of December, there will be a themed prompt that deals with some aspect of your nations. The prompts will all be posted on Discord and replies can be made using Discord or directly to the thread on the forums. In either case, our hope is to compile as many replies as possible into this thread, so it would be helpful to make a post even if it's not on the same day. Without further ado, our prompt for December 1st is... Weekends! How do the people of your nation spend the days when the
The ever-interesting Worldbuilding Magazine has updated their useful worldbuilding checklist for the new year. It contains 192 writing prompts for anyone to use. Some examples: Dangerous travel locations Social opinions toward different languages Appearance and layout of typical shops/markets Political parties or factions within government You can download the PDF for free on their website. https://www.worldbuildingmagazine.com/2020/02/worldbuilders-checklist2/
So, I had a great idea a while back, people loved it, etc. but I became busy and thus, I never got to executing it. Now, however, is as great a time to try it out as any. Speed Date 1: Immigrants Also known as 'The Test Run' Next to being the start of an amazing Eurth tradition, this will also be a test run to see how we all like it. For that reason, I'll also PM people some questions afterwards to ask about their experience in general, their experience with their partner, how long everything took, etc. From the original thread about the speed date idea: It all seems clear en
Idea Going through the main NS forums, I came across this topic by the people of Rushmore. It describes their setup for electing a "capital of culture". https://forum.nationstates.net/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=287463 And here are some other, RL examples as well. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital_of_Culture Question I am sure we could institute something similar. Who here is interested? While a monthly update seems perhaps too much for our region, perhaps 2-3 months is a better rhythm?