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Arizelon; A Grand Experiment in the making

Posted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 15:16
by RyanVJ
The History of Arizelon

Here I will post a comprehensive history of Arizelon, covering from pre colonial history up to modern times, I want it to be comprehensive as possible so prepare for some reading.
Basic Timeline
before the 1500's
Colonial Era (1591-1818)
War of Independence(1815-1818)
Independence and First Confederation(1818-1855)
Civil War(1855-1861)
Caretaker Republic(1861-1863)
Mass Industrialization(1880's-1900's)
The Great War(1916-1918)
Booming 20's(1918-1926)
Economic Stagnation(1926-1936)
Progressive Era(1936-1968)
World War 2(1941-1946)
Post War Peace(1946-present)
Technological Revolution(1950's-present)
Race for Space(1960-present)
Stormy 70's(1969-1979)
Booming 80's(1980-1995)
Declining Confederation(1980-2000)
Constitutional Assembly(2001)
United States(2001-present)

Re: History Of Arizelon

Posted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 15:25
by RyanVJ
Complete list of Presidents of Arizelon
List of Presidents of Arizelon
First Confederation(1818-1861)
1.Manuel Miranda(1818-1826)
2.William Sanders(1826-1834)
3.Harrison Wales(1834-1838)
4.Luther Williams(1838-1842)
5.John Hickory(1842-1850)
6.George Lancaster(1850-1854)
7.John Harrison(1855-1861)
Caretaker Republic(1861-1863)
7.John Harrison(1861-1863
United States(1863-Present)
8.Ryan Washington(1864-1872)
9.Winston Warner(1872-1880)
10.Martin San Juan(1880-1884)
11.Wilseco Andres(1884-1888)
12.Sebastian Arizala(1888-1894)
13.Wilfredo Velez(1894-1900)
14.William Adam Smith(1900-1908)
15.George Harrison Jackson(1908-1912)
16.Jose Santiago Rizal(1912-1917)
17.Augusto Perez(1917-1920)
18.Wilhelmino Pelaez(1920-1928)
19.Andrew Preson(1928-1933)
20.Anthony Velez Delano(1933-1948)
21.Fulton Mendez(1948-1952)
22.Albert Fitzgerald(1952-1960)
23.William Johnson(1960-1968)
24.Nelson Margrin(1968-1978)
25.Ronaldo Belan(1978-1982)
26.Wilfred Vargas(1982-1990)
27.Martin William Sanders(1990-1992)
28.Clint Jefferson(1992-1994)
29.Mark Gabriel Mariner(1994-1998)
30.Malt Aaron Rafael(1998-2000)
31.Matthew Santos(2000-2004)
32.Arnold Vinnick(2004-2012)
33.Ryan Fitzgerald Jaminal(2012-present)(term expires 2020)

Re: History Of Arizelon

Posted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 16:15
by RyanVJ
-First evidence of early humans is found in an excavation site in New Warminster. Dated to be 30 000 years old.
-Before the colonial era, there are multiple native tribes and population, the 3 biggest are the Ardinas, Visalens, and the Mintros tribes.
-The Visalens are mostly situated in the South West, they are deemed as direct descendants of the first human settlers in the country, some 50 000 years ago. They have a kingdom known to historians as the Visalen Empire. They have an emperor, elected by the elders of major tribes of the empire. The empire is mostly based on agriculture and trade, and a religion based on nature and worshiping nature's elements as spirit gods who keep the balance in the Narra or world. The kingdom is said to span 3 000 square kilometers and 200 000 population. Evidence of trading on other tribes have been discovered, and the Visalens have said to made contact with the Ardinas, which is situated in modern day Vallon states which are in the east coast, meaning, coast to coast trade, travel and relations are already present before the colonial era. Already present are a modern system of writing known as Visalenian writing and a Visalenian language. A social structure is already in present. Centers of education is present and extensive tradings with other tribes are evident. There are numerous evidence, suggesting there is a coast to coast trading network that lasted throughout the kingdom's existence which allowed it to become rich and powerful. The kingdom lasted from 1015 to 1551 when disease from the colonizers wiped out a majority of the kingdom's population.
-The Ardinas were located in what is now present day San Francisco as far south as Vallen del sur. Unlike the Visalens, the Ardinas do not have a united kingdom, nor a sense of unity or oneness. Ardinas is divided into multiple ethnic tribes that made it impossible for them to create a kingdom or a society as advance as the Visalens. Historians noted this lack of unity among the Ardinas tribes paved the way for the colonization of their lands, as tribe betray tribe and brother betrayed father, which the colonizers used to their advantage. Most tribes have their own language and writing systems, and each has their own unique social structure, that made it even more harder to interact with their fellow Ardinas. The break up of the said ethnic group is said to be due to the geography of the East coast. The northern Ardinas tribes are mostly friendly to each other due to them being in the same geographic and climate region, the southern tribes however are divided by the Caroline mountains. The mountain Ardinas tribes are also isolated in the western part of the Malbury mountain range wich spans most of the east coast from north to south. Climate is also a factor, with the northern tribes being more of a hunter-gatherer group due to a cold climate, making farming limited. Whilst southern tribes are farm based tribes due to the warm and sub temperate climate.
-Mintros live near the great lakes and the Midwest. They are a hunter gatherer society and does not have a permanent residence for they always move whenever sources of food are depleted in the area they last settled. They are the first in the 3 main groups to domesticate animals such as horses, cows, dogs, etc. Like the Ardinas, they didnt have the chance to create their own kingdom or advanced society due to their nature of hunter gatherer society. But in the later part of the 1400's, they have learned to settle down near the great lakes and the Missini river, creating vast agricultural lands and with this comes small clusters of kingdoms and villages, but the colonizers halted the advance of such civilizations.

Re: History Of Arizelon

Posted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 16:24
by RyanVJ
(So I need a major colonial power to be the colonizer as part of our history, and I am not really keen on making another country in the past since it has a lore on its own and it will complicate things, if you have any suggestions, pls feel free to post)

Re: History Of Arizelon

Posted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 16:24
by TheOracle
((Crotona Empire!))

Re: History Of Arizelon

Posted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 16:51
by JoshuaIND
(The Imporian Kingdom, plz.)

Re: History Of Arizelon

Posted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 18:18
by RyanVJ
Ill add both the Imporian and the Crotonese in the lore, just like how the british and french irl.

Re: History Of Arizelon

Posted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 18:19
by RyanVJ
early pre colonial history tomorrow until the revolution

Re: History Of Arizelon

Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 7:56
by RyanVJ

-March 15,1591- Crotonese Adventurer, Vasico Madama landed on what is now the Madama Bay of San Francisco City. Immidiately, local tribes of Algonquinians established friendly contact with Madama and his team of explorer. Madama travelled across the North Atlantic for 3 months, with him, 4 ships namely Dignity, Treasure, Exploration and Empire. With him, 200 crew and various scientific instruments so they could conduct research in what they believe to be the new world. Madama is the first from the Old world to discover the continent that will be known as the new world.
-Late March,1591- Madama set out on foot along with 50 of his crew and Algonquin natives to lead them and set out to discover and explore the mouth of the land surrounding the bay. There are two rivers emptying into the river and an island between them, now known as Algonquin, a borough of San Francisco City. They set out for 3 days, going inland as far as 50 miles inland, up to what is now known as Point Pleasant which is the widest part of West River, one of the rivers emptying to the Bay.
-Early April, 1591- Madama set out a ship to go back to the old world and tell the news of the discovery and to send more reinforcements to officially claim the lands they have discovered. Meanwhile, Madama set out to convert the natives to Christianity. Some of them resisted the change.
-April 15, 1591- Madama converted 400 Algonquin natives to christianity, but a northern tribe of Algonquinians headed by Chief Lamandatu, translating to "strong one" set out to meet and confront the adventurers.
-April 16, 1591- Madama and Lamandatu met in what is now Midtown San Francisco. A heated argument arose, ending with Lamandatu vowing to repel the invades by calling all of his allies to rid of what they see as an interference to their way of life and the balance of their early society.
-April 18, 1591- Madama and 100 of his men agreed to conduct a night raid against Lamandatu and his tribes in the north. At night, they crept their way near the village and set fire on the houses, half of the village is believed to be dead base on archaeological findings.
-April 20, 1591. Lamandatu and his remaining men set out to repel the invaders, a battle occured in what is now Lower Algonquin Island. Lamandatu was struck down by artilerry whilst most of their force was also defeated. But Madama was badly injured from a poisoned arrow tip and drop dead, a day after.
-Late April-Early May- The remaining 3 ships and a crew of 75 set south to what is now Rellon State. They discovered the Rellon bay and sailed upwards until they reach the mouth of what is now Atlas river. They set out on foot and discovered tribes of Ardinas and set a friendly relations with the tribesmen. They exchanged silver and other metals in exchange for Supplies.
-Late May- The men decided to go back to what is now San Francisco to await the reinforcements they requested.
-May 29,1591- The men set up a colony, approximately 30 miles south of what is now Algonquin Island, they introduced metal works and advanced agriculture to the surrounding Algonquin tribes which earned them allies and friends against the northern Algonquin tribes.
-May-July- The colony began to be a trading hub for various Algonquin and Ardinas tribes. They discovered small amounts of metal in a nearby river, therefore starting first small scale mines near the river, allowing the colony, to be named New Crotona, to flourish.
-August 8, 1591. 10 ships carrying 1000 men and some colonists began to arrive near San Francisco and sailed down to meet with the new colony.
-August, 1591-The colony is officially crowned a colony of the Empire.
-Early September 1591- Wilhelm Andromeda, the appointed governor of the new colonies arrive in the new world. With him, additional colonists and troops to set out and explore more of the region.
-September 19, 1591- Governor Andromeda sent 2 expeditions, one north to what is now Nova Rellon and south to what is now the Vallon states.
-September 22, 1591- Governor Andromeda sent a force of 500 men to conquer the northern Algonquin tribes and establish a colony in what is now San Francisco due to the natural harbor which plays perfect to trans-oceanic shipping to and from the new world.

Re: History Of Arizelon

Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 8:09
by RyanVJ
-October 5, 1591- The forces sent by Governor Andromeda arrived in Algonquin Island and immediately set forth to secure the tip of the island by building what is now known as Fort Caster.
-October 6 1591- The northern Algonquin tribes attacked the forth but failed to take the said fort. Major Andrew Caster immediately set out to once and for all defeat the natives and secure a new colony in the bay.
-October 9 1591- Caster and his army attacked the village of the Northern Algonquin tribes with the help of enemy tribes as well. The Northern Algqonquinians are once and for all defeated and surviving members fled north to what is now known as the Casy Mountains.
-October 25, 1591- The Colony of San Francisco is established around fort Caster.
-October 30, 1591- Another colony is established far inland near the river Cront, which is now known as Hartford.
-November 10, 1591- Missionaries set forth and Christianize the surrounding natives. Many chiefs agreed to become part of the Crown Colony.
-Late October 1591- The southern expedition led by Christopher Molton sets to map the coasts of what is now Rellon state down to Vallon del Norte.
-November 1591- A new colony is founded in the mouth of Rellon bay, the colony is now known as Marldina City.
-November 15, 1591- The explorers set forth to re-discover the mouth of Atlas river and sailed upwards to where the Federal Capital is now situated which was back then, a triving trading village full of native Adinos.
-December 1, 1591-A new colony is founded in the mouth of the River.
-December 15, 1591- Mass christianization of surrounding villages, many village chiefs swore allegiance to the Crotonese crown, the Governor in a letter to the new part of the colony assured their protection and rights as new citizens of the colony.
-Late Deccember, 1591- the voyagers set to explore the coasts of what is now Vallon del Norte and Vallon del Sur.

Re: History Of Arizelon

Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:04
by RyanVJ
-January-March 1592-More colonists began to move to colonies in the south. The Vallon Territories are organized and integrated as part of the colony. The colony now has an approximate 50 000 settlers.
-March 10, 1592-San Francisco Colony is formally designated as the capital of the Crown Colony of Arisel. Named after Wilhelm Augustus Arisel, the leader of the northern expedition that ultimately defeated the northern tribes of Ardinas but died shortly after being hit by an arrow in his chest. As tribute, the colony is named after him as a way of honoring for his works on securing the colony and its northern expansion.
-April-June 1592- A colonial convention is called to discuss how the government structure of the colony is. The colonial representatives from major colonial towns and cities, a total of 52, convened in San Francisco in April 10, 1592. The convention lasted until June 3rd, where the Colonial Act is formally drafted and sent to the Empire for approval. It calls for the colonies to be divided into semi-autonomous provinces, with an appointed governor, approved by the Governor General who is the head of all the crown colony who is then appointed by the Crotonese Monarch.
-June 10, 1592- The Governor General Ernesto Maceda sent the first expeditions inland, past the what is now known as the Maltin Mountain Range. The expedition would last up to 2 years to which they have reached what is now called the MIssisini river which at the time they thought as an inland sea which connects to Asia and ultimately a northwest passage.
-July-October- The Colony experiences food shortages which caused violence between the Indians and the Colonists. A small war eventually broke out which led to the complete ousting of the Algonquinians from the San Francisco Province and the passing of the Indian Removal Laws on the provinces to kick out the indians from the establsished colonies. But indians who are christianized are allowed to stay as long as they remain their allegiance to the Empire.
-1592-1600-Gradual growth of the colonies from 50 000 to 90 000 settlers by 1601. Large plantations are erected in the South and lumber and fur trade flourished in the north. With this, San Francisco became an important city in the trans-oceanic trade between the colonies and the empire.

Re: History Of Arizelon

Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2018 11:39
by RyanVJ
1605- With the discovery of the Missisini River, hundreds of settlers ventured west via horse caravans.
March 22, 1605- The first settlement in the banks of the mighty Missisini, the settlement will later be known as St. Andrew, Missisini state capital.
March 25, 1605- Governor Genera Maceda declared that the new borders of the colony will stretch up to the river Missisini. The governor general approved the creation of 15 local government units, to be known later on as states. The 15 local units will have a defined territory and a set of powers and responsibilities, mainly to keep the peace and collect taxes among their constituents. Each local unit will have a governor who will be appointed by the Governor General.
April 15, 1605- The governor general approved the creation of the Colonial Assembly which is a quasi parliament, each local unit has 2 representatives to be appointed by their respective governors. The powers of the assembly are to pass laws that must abide by the laws set by the imperial parliament across the sea. Taxation is still handled by the imperial parliament.
April 25, 1605- The Governor General inaugurated the new Colonial Assembly and appointed Charles Winfield of San Francisco to head the assembly as its first assembly governor.
April 27, 1605- The Assembly passed its first law, mandating the governor general to send more colonists to settle near the banks of the Missisini river and send more colonial guards to secure the colonists against the Natives who threatened to harm the colonists.
January 1606- Colonial population reaches 115 000 in the first ever colonial census as prescribed in a law by the Colonial Assembly. The 1606 census serves as the colonial governments guide to taxation as it also divides the population via its citizens wealth status and those eligible for military service.
February 1606- The Colonial Assembly names the local units as provinces.
March 1606- The colonial assembly orders the moving of natives in a period of 50 years from the east coast to the west of Missisini river.
April 1606- The city of Alberta is founded in the mouth of the Missisini River. The city serves as the main gateway upriver and the main fishing port for the southern gulf region.
September 1606- The first slaves are brought to the colony.
November 1606- Catholic missionaries arrive in the colony.
December 1606- The pope assigned the first bishop for the colonies, Bishop Samuel Johnson.
January 1609- A second census if made, it shows the colonial population to stand at 165 000.
March 1609- The 5th Colonial regiment fought a battle with the Ardinas tribes near St. Andrew. The battle claimed 450 native lives and 25 colonial guards.
April 19, 1609- The 6th Colonial regiment is sent to St. Andrew to augment the 5th regiment in its fight against the Ardinas tribes. A total of 2500 men are sent.
May 10, 1609- The 6th arrived in St. Andrews.
May 25, 1609- The 5th and 6th regiment surprise attacked 2 villages of the Ardinas, killing 500 natives and capturing their leader, chief Walloe.
May 30, 1609- The battle for St. Andrew begins, 1000 native warriors attacked the city, the 5th and 6th was engaged in a long bitter fighting.
May 30-June 10, 1609- The siege of St. Andrews.
May 10, 1609- The 5th and 6th launched a night raid which decimated the native warriors. The next morning, the city is free of the siege and the natives where forced to relocate west.

Re: History Of Arizelon

Posted: Sat Jul 21, 2018 12:45
by RyanVJ
Continuation tomorrow, I will finish the 1610 to 1650 then post 1650 to 1750 and the grassroots of Arizelon Nationalism

Re: History Of Arizelon

Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2018 15:34
by RyanVJ
Topic to be continued after the UNISPORT games.

Re: Arizelon; An Experiment in the making

Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 3:57
by RyanVJ
-The Rise of Nationalism started in the early 1700's. As the enlightenment came to the shores of the new world from the old, many enlightened academics of the time such as Arthur Winfrey and Mallory Taylor began to publish essays and books on democratic and independent principles.

March 4, 1712- Arthur Winfrey published "essays in the new world". It discussed the ideas of a republican constitution and the merits of a democratic society ruled with an elected council that will represent sectors of society.

July 4, 1712- Mallory Taylor also published his own book, "order of the people". It focused on the merits of democracy on a more personal level and talked about a state that "will gaurantee the equal rights of all men"and "the fundamental and divine right of man to choose for himself for his own and rule on his own devices".

April 17, 1716- The first book that pondered on an independent Arizelon published by Martin Arnold Garner titled "thesis of independence". The book created the idea of Arizelon being independent and forming a "union of regions, each with equal representation, ruled over by a council of 3". It also pushed for a constitutional republic but also noted that not all men are entitled to suffrage and only "men of high intelligence" can hold public offfice or vote. Nonetheless the book is groundbreaking and was spread in the colony before the Colonial Government banned it.

January 1, 1717- Governor General Arthur Aganard issued the "New Year edict" which banned the publication of materials that the colonial government deems "detrimental to the stability and rule of the crown over its rightful subjects in the colonies".

Febuary 1718- plans for an uprising begins in San Francisco. A group of military officials and enlightened thinkers such as Martin Arnold Garner and Mallory Taylor created the "High Society of the New World" with the aim of independence for the colonies. The group isnled by Colonel Andre Dewey of the Colonial Militias. They intend to prepare for a simultaneous uprising at new year 1719 in San Francisco, New Manhattan and Ravellon.

January 1, 1719- The "New Years Rebellion" was initiated. The uprising lasted until January 7 until it was crushed by colonial forces from the south. The rebelliom was a political failure as the rebel militia managed to follow their plans but the leaders of the rebellion failed to coordinate and capitalize on their early successes and failed to reach out to the local leaders who remained loyal to the crown. The 2 authors were captured and executed while Colonel Andre Dewey along with his right hand man, Major Scott Arizala managed to escape.

Re: Arizelon; An Experiment in the making

Posted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 10:54
by RyanVJ
-With the failure of the 1719 revolution, it still made a huge blow to the colonial forces. With this a new empire, Angrypore, decides to sieze the moment and take over the colonies. The Colonial Wars begin.

May 1, 1720: New Manhattan wake up to a flotilla of ships in the Verazanno Bay. A boat landed on the port of lower Algonquin and there Admiral Harry Clinton and 25 of his men stood ground and demanded the Governor of the Colony. Governor Harold Wilson then immidiately went and was given by the admiral a message to the Colonial Gov't that was more of an ultimatum. If the colonies wont surrender, the Angryporean Royal Navy would bombard every major city in the colonial seaboard. The Admiral gave the colonies a month to decide.

May 15:The Colonies refused. Governor General Wilfrey Scott ordered all abled body men to fight in the colonial militia but half of the available men decided not to fight as a direct result of the 1719 uprising.

June 2: The Royal Navy bombarded New Manhattan, Vreemont, Ravellon and landed forces in Vallon to take Quaker City, the capital of the colonial government.

June 5: New Manhattan and Vreemont were captured after 3 days of bombardment. The colonial government amass a force of 15 000 to fend off the invaders.

June 7: The first battle of the war commences just 15km outside of quaker. The battle of Fielding. 3 000 Angryporean and 4 000 Militia forces clashed. The battle was won by the Angryporeans but the militia managed to retreat into a new defensive line just 5km back.

June 15; The battle of Verazano commences as the Colonial Gov't tries to retake New Manhattan with 5 000 militia men. The battle is a decisive win for the Angryporean forces.

July 5: The Battle of Harleigh heights. 6 000 angryporean forces rushed the new defensive line of the Militias. The battle was won by the angryporeans and left Quaker open to the invaders.

July 10: Quaker City fell. The colonial Gov't retreated south to Sanstead on what is now Jefferson.

July 26: The battle of Argone River. The Militia forces try to cross the Argone river to capture Argone, a town north of Quaker. Angryporean forces were defeated and retreated back to the city.

August 3-25: The battle/siege of quaker commences. 5 000 milita men and 6 500 angryporean colonial forces clash for almost a month in what became a siege. Fortunately in the 25th, reinforcements arrived and drove the militia back on the other side of the Argone river.
September 9: Angryporean Royal Forces arrived and landed in Ravellon.

September 10: The march inland to Sanstead begins.

September 18: The battle of Juniper Hill. 3 000 militia men defended juniper hill against 4 000 royal forces. The milita men lose.

October 2: The battle of Gornea. A town just east of Sanstead. The royal forces captured the town.

October 17: November 3: the siege of Sanstead. 4 500 militia men and 8 000 royal forces engaged in half a month of warfare and siege.

November 18: The Colonial Government, after 6 months of fighting officially surrendered. Governor General Wilfrey Scott surrendered to General Geoffrey Mountbatten.

November 20: The Colony of Arizelon is now under the rule of the Empire of Angrypore with its first governor, Arthur Wallace.

Re: Arizelon; An Experiment in the making

Posted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 11:13
by RyanVJ
-With the establishment of a new colonial authority, many in the colonies are fed up and are on the brink of revolution. Throughout the late 1700's, skirmishes and uprisings will become a norm as people clamor for Independence.

July 1736: The Benedictian Phamplet was published. The writer, Winnlow Benedict wrote thr phamplet filled with revolutionary fervor and called for a simultaenous uprising of the colonies to achieve independence. Winnlow Benedict was arrested and hanged but hisast words before his death was " The Bell will toll for liberty". It will become the battlecry for many independence supporters.

November 12, 1736: Colonel Andre Dewey along with his right hand man, Major Scott Arizala established the Liberty Society composed of ordinary men and enlightened thinkers of the time such as Franklin Garner, John Galvard, Arthur Sincey, Martin Gilliband and Troy Alvansen. The group's main objective is Arizelean Independence and the establishment of a Constitutional Federation.

March 13-April 5 1740: The Ravellon farmer's uprising. 300 farmers from Ravellon barriaced themselves in the town of Pittairn to protest the sugar and cotton tax imposed to the colonies by the Imperial government. It ended on a bloody battle and left all 300 dead.

January 5-15 1741: A second farmer's revolt in revenge for the earlier one led to the occupation of the Government center in Quaker, the seat of the new colonial government and the subsequent killing of then Governor Philip Allegheny. The revolt was crushed and all werr dead or executed as a consequence.

July 1, 1741: The Emergency Act was passed by parliament, authorizing the King to "directly manage and control the colonies for the safety of its people and the empire". It allowed for mass arrests of suspected revolutionaries and supporters. It left 3 000 dead as a consequence and paved the way for an uneasy peace lasting up to 1755.

Febuary 1755: The Liberty Society plans major uprisings in the whole colony by next year. The plan includes seizing of vital ports and the siezing of Quaker city and other vital military forts. The plans were leaked by a mole in the group. The group was quickly disbanded and some were arrested and executed including Colonel Andre Dewey. Major Scott Arizala and the remaining survivors escaped to the Allgency mountains.

July 1760- January 1770: The Indian-Arizelean War. The war lasted for 10 years and was fought by the Colonies against the indians in a bid to expand west. The indians recieved help from other rival powers lasting the war for a decade and helped turn many of the colonial population against the empire.

Re: Arizelon; A Grand Experiment in the making

Posted: Sun Apr 28, 2019 15:32
by RyanVJ
Next post due this week

Re: Arizelon; A Grand Experiment in the making

Posted: Fri Jun 07, 2019 14:05
by Dumbery101
I got a roleplay too. but I can help if wanted

Re: Arizelon; A Grand Experiment in the making

Posted: Fri Jun 07, 2019 16:38
by RyanVJ
Dumbery101 wrote:
Fri Jun 07, 2019 14:05
I got a roleplay too. but I can help if wanted
umm no thanks, I do not let anyone do anything to my country rp.