Concerning the Rakwiktrab Language
Hello. My name is Kuri Kabanov, Chancellor of Renasia. I'm very interested in constructed languages, and came across the page of yours. Do you have any more information (grammar, vocabulary, translations with glosses, etc) on the language than is present on the page? If so, please send it to me. Thank you very much. --Gishabrun (talk) 16:19, 24 June 2014 (BST)
Concerning Interference with Aynvaul Imperial Government
Greetings, I am Impire Gordon III of the Aynvaul Imperial Government. I have taken note of your interference with my updates to my page. Yes I am aware I'm using a different account, this is because it wont allow me to login to my real account AynvaulImperialGovernment. What I don't understand is how you obtained the ability to screw around with my edits. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org concerning this issue.
- All right, that's what I thought. I wasn't sure if that applied on this site or not, but now I know.
The mentioned spelling and grammar issues are too numerous to list individually. To list a few, "Commonly", the fourth word in, should not be capitalised - neither should "Oldest" or "Successor", the second word in of both the Bermania and Simlia paragraphs. There are various instances of "it's" being used instead of "its", most of the dates are in the incorrect stylistic format. If you read through the article, you'll see there are plenty of small mistakes, especially incorrect capitalisation.
The reason your article has been marked Dubious is because it does not control "the U.S. Counties of Pinellas and Hillsborough, as well as a small portion of Lee County", or have a population of over two million. Sorry, but that's just a fact. You'd have had at least a small mention in the news if your micronation had even come close to establishing some sort of control over such a wide area.
In future, please do not nominate an article just to see what needs improving. If you know it's bad, don't be surprised if you get a lot of criticism on there. The Good Articles process is for *good articles*, it's not a "how can this be improved?" section. If you want to ask about how to improve an article, please just message an administrator. Thanks. Austenasia (talk) 08:11, 1 July 2014 (BST)
As you may have seen, I have founded a new alliance, MNTO, and I am reaching out to all of the nations that I have relations with.
I know what you're thinking: I don't want to be in an alliance. Too complicated. It's just going to go YAMO.
Here are the important points of that really long policy:
But this is where MNTO is different. When you go to war, we will align with you to defeat your enemies, but mostly it will be 'war' (i.e. online debates, not really war but can be very cruel and harsh). Essentially, if you are declared war on by another nation, you just have to go the Skype group and ask all the active members (more on that later). Then, you will receive a whole lot of help and essentially a debate team to help you defeat the troll. With everyone seeing they argument, MNTO will be able to identify all of the mistakes that MNTO can exploit. the opponent and fully beat them and their argument.
If someone is seriously harassing you, and I mean SERIOUSLY, then if you request us to intervene, we will send them multiple warning messages. If they don't stop after that, then it is considered a state of open war.
However, you don't have to participate in wars of other nations who request help from MNTO. In fact, you don't have to do anything at all in the MNTO community until you're in trouble or in need of assistance. This is what I call the No Pressure Policy. Being an inactive member is very encouraged if you feel that you have lost interest, don't have time, or otherwise. Then, you have to pay no attention to it at all, and it will not affect anything, and you won't have to think about it at all until it actually matters. If you choose to become active and participate on Skype (i.e. voting and discussing applications) and participating in wars, if you feel like you can't anymore, you can just become inactive. It doesn't matter.
MNTO also doesn't affect any other alliances you're in. We don't care.
We also don't declare war ourselves, so you'll never be dragged into some stupid skirmish by us. Again, you don't even have to participate in wars if you don't want to.
If you declare war, though, MNTO won't do anything to help you, because that is an act of hostility committed by a member, which would go against the not-dragging-people-into-useless-skirmishes category.
If you wish to apply, just send a message to me confirming. Give me your website and wiki page links if you have them, and we will discuss on the group from there on your application. If you are accepted, I will get back to you on your talk page you back a day or two later and ask you for your Skype username so I can add you to the group (Even if they are inactive, everyone has to be in the group technically so that you can ask for help if needed). If you are not, I will leave a message on your talk page telling you the news and thanking you for applying - although I haven't had to do that so far. So that's good :).
Alright, I'll discuss it with Liam.
Do you happen to have a website as well as a wiki page?
Skype request sent (Happened to be on the wiki as soon as you replied)
Alright, I sent a request to your Skype.
When you accept, I'll add you to the group.
And thanks for choosing to become active! :D
A lot's happened, too much for me to explain.
Do you want to join the Micronational Cooperation Group?
By the way, you're in the Flagon :P.
Btw, the Flagon is the Skype chat I run, I forgot to say.