Cupertino Guide/Territory

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After thinking why you want to start your micronation, then you need territory to rule. The general consensus is to be humble. Claim your house, some property you own, maybe a public uninhabited park. Do, not claim whole cities or commonly claimed places listed below. It is also recommended that you go a territory that you intend to claim and place your flag (which we will talk next) to solidify your claim.

Bad Examples

  • Claiming Bir Tawil
    • Reason: Overclaimed + I doubt that you ever been there
  • Claiming Antarctica
    • Reason: Overclaimed + I doubt that you ever been there
  • Claming all of Toronto
    • Reason: Too big of a claim
  • Claming all of Sweden
    • Reason: Too big of a claim
  • Claming a small rock in the Atlantic Ocean
    • Reason: I doubt that you ever been there
  • An ant
    • Reason: Too small of a claim but it's better than all of those above

Good Examples

Austenasia

The flag of Austenasia in the Territory of Green Gate.

A majority of Austenasia claims are homes which citizens of the micronation live in and are represented by a Representative. These can include Wrythe, Theodosiopolis, and Palasia. Some are also in parks or public areas. Again, these can include Corinium Terentium, Green Gate, and Aurora.