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This is a comprehensive listing that highlights '''significant achievements and milestones of [[Dime Micronationalist of the Month]]'''.
 
This is a comprehensive listing that highlights '''significant achievements and milestones of [[Dime Micronationalist of the Month]]'''.
 
==Millstones==
 
==Millstones==
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*Person who received the most votes: [[Jayden Lycon]] (15)
 
*Person who received the most votes: [[Jayden Lycon]] (15)
 
*Person who received the most nomination votes: [[Dan Morris]] (18)
 
*Person who received the most nomination votes: [[Dan Morris]] (18)
*Most nominations: [[Zed I, Prince of New Eiffel|Prince Zed I]], [[Suzuki Leōcor|Violette "Suzuki" Clingersmith]] (both with 2)
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*Most nominations: [[Zed I, Prince of New Eiffel|Prince Zed I]], Violette "Suzuki" Clingersmith (both with 2)
 
*Oldest winner: [[HRH Prince Leonard]] (won in honour of him after he died aged 93)
 
*Oldest winner: [[HRH Prince Leonard]] (won in honour of him after he died aged 93)
 
*Youngest winner: [[Lord Admiral Joseph Kennedy]] (aged 20)
 
*Youngest winner: [[Lord Admiral Joseph Kennedy]] (aged 20)
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==Firsts==
 
==Firsts==
 
*First non-human winner: [[MicroWiki@Discord#Administration|MicroWiki@Discord Administers]]  
 
*First non-human winner: [[MicroWiki@Discord#Administration|MicroWiki@Discord Administers]]  
*First female winner: [[Suzuki Leōcor|Violette "Suzuki" Clingersmith]]
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*First female winner: Violette "Suzuki" Clingersmith
  
 
[[Category:Dime Micronationalist of the Month]]
 
[[Category:Dime Micronationalist of the Month]]

Latest revision as of 18:41, 1 July 2020

This is a comprehensive listing that highlights significant achievements and milestones of Dime Micronationalist of the Month.

Millstones

Nominations and winners

Voting

Firsts