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Nation: The Incorporated States of Cashar


Government Type: Parliamentary republic under a constitutional corporatocracy


Motto: "Productivity, Pursuit of Happiness... Profit!"


Capital City: Protiva


Official Language: Monytalk


Demonym: Cashari


National Animal: Magpie


National Anthem: "Zvyakan'ye Jiljulk"/"By the Country, Cashar the Place to Be" (A Catchy Jingle)


Number of States: Twelve


Executive Head of State: Nakwa Melviska


Leading Industries: Tourism, Movies, Retail, Information Technology, Textile and Fashion

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Brief Cultural Information Overview


How do Cashari citizens see their country? The wealthiest Cashari citizens enjoy life in Cashar. It is a sunny and pleasant paradise with plenty of sights to see and lots of shopping to do. The middle classes tend to be torn between loving their country and being vaguely horrified at what their country has become. Some also bear a lot of worry and compassion for the poor. Some bear disgust and view the poor as criminals.


The poor hold a quiet resentment for the country.


How do Cashari citizens see other countries?


The Cashari have a variety of opinions on other countries. They generally view tourists and other visitors to their country with fondness, but a good portion of Cashari are not too keen on actual immigration in their country. In addition, there tends to be some protest about whether or not Cashar should provide international aid to needy countries, and the current stance and census seems to be that no, no they should not. Nonetheless, they view those they have trade agreements with positively and will generally do what it takes to keep those trade agreements.


What are the arts like in Cashar? The arts in Cashar are very limited. Poets and artists tend to be viewed with suspicion due to the potential for anti-capitalist attitudes. The arts are mainly utilized for marketing and advertising purposes and for making big motion pictures and television, but these are carefully controlled by producers and the businesses sponsoring the picture.


Pop music tends to sound the same all across the board with variations only in the singers used, the instruments used, and what products are being subliminally advertised.


What is the humor like in Cashar? Humor tends to be bland and inoffensive, but occasionally, fun, laugh-out-loud wordplay is used.


How do Cashari citizens relax? What are their favorite pastimes? Active citizens of Cashari might enjoy hiking, cycling, fun in the sun at the beach, and shopping. Less active citizens of Cashari probably spend a lot of time on the internet (and online shopping) and watching television and movies.


What is Cashari social etiquette like? The words please and thank you are absent from Cashari vocabulary in both the literal and metaphorical sense. Smiling is considered an important part of social etiquette as frowning, especially in front of guests or strangers, is considered rude. Cashari table manners are complicated and deal a lot with "presentation." Gesturing while talking is acceptable and sometimes encouraged when trying to get a point across.


How religious are the Cashari? There is no state or official religion in Cashar. The vast majority of Cashari are atheists who understand little about the appeal of religion. A small percentage of Cashari believe in Tabroda, an animistic, nature-worshiping religion, and an even smaller percentage partakes of other religions such as Christianity and Islam.


What do the cities look like?


Cities in Cashar vary in appearance depending on what part of the city is being visited. Most commercial buildings and houses utilize a Streamline Moderne-like architecture style. Very wealthy homeowners may utilize a different architectural-style for their home, usually a style of bizarre architecture with flashy colors used. There are, however, also tall, efficient-looking skyscrapers and factories present in the cities, too.


In the slums of the cities, it is common to find shanty shacks painted in a variety of colors, sometimes by local graffiti artists, sometimes not. The "Urban Painted Districts" of Cashar are sometimes advertised as potential tourist destinations.


The cities are generally free of litter as littering is considered a highly punishable offense. There are usually very few parks within the cities themselves. Malmega has one of the largest shopping malls in the country.



What do the people look like?


A slight majority of Cashari are short and stocky with dark hair, dark eyes, and olive complexions. The rest tend to be of more average height, stocky, fair-skinned with red or auburn hair, and often hazel-colored eyes but a few have green eyes.


Stances On


Abortion: Abortion is legal in Cashar but not funded by government. It is, like most things in Cashar, a small, for-profit industry. It can, many times, be difficult for a poor person to afford an abortion.


Racism: Racism is generally not a problem in Cashar. Historically, during the time it was being conquered, there was a good deal of racism towards red-headed, fair-skinned peoples, but this changed while it was being assimilated into the conquering culture. These days, racism is almost a foreign concept to the Cashari. Really, the only thing that matters is how much money a person has, not the color of their skin.


Drugs: Drugs are definitely legal in Cashar, and part of another for-profit industry. However, it is generally frowned upon to use drugs in the workplace.


Homosexuality: This has never been illegal in Cashar, and again, the very concept of making it illegal is foreign to a Cashari. Homosexuals have just as much capability for success, wealth, and spending that wealth as heterosexuals do. Homosexuals are free to marry, adopt children, run businesses, etc. without discrimination. Big, extravagant weddings are common in Cashar; not to mention, big business. As a result, this will probably never become illegal, either.


Other Religions: There is sometimes mild to moderate tension with the religious due to the ultra-capitalist mindset and extravagant lifestyles of the Cashari. However, people are free to practice religion as they choose. There is no official religion of Cashar.


Animal testing: Legal and unregulated. As a result, it is not uncommon for some sects of Tabrodists to break into facilities and rescue animals from maltreatment.


Human Rights: Most Cashari recognize that humans have certain, inalienable rights. Torture and slavery, for instance, are illegal in Cashar. But beyond that, it can be a bit of a slippery slope.


Genetic Research: This is legal in Cashar but underfunded.


Euthanasia: Euthanasia is legal but very, very expensive.

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