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What is this enclave wonderland?

Posted by Proud_Bandiaterran on 2 November 2017 in English (English)

I've noticed there's a bizarre region of enclaves and general complicationmanatics west of Latania. I can't find any information on the wiki. What is this monster? Is it still being updated?

Location: E 4 planowana, Kurenia, KureĊ„ska Republika Ludowa

Comment from zhenkang on 2 November 2017 at 03:19

I think someone vandalised there. I wonder what the admins think.

Check the edit history around the place.

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Comment from Litvania on 2 November 2017 at 06:44

No one ever vandalised there, thats Karamsk, a bery finely mapped nation of an enigmatic mapper, who dosent edit on the wiki, and never introduced himself.

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Comment from Hmaps5678 on 2 November 2017 at 17:43

It looks incredible

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Comment from Yuanls on 2 November 2017 at 22:22

Being Karamsk's (Sort of active) neighbour, I'm quite unsure. Karamsk is a greatly mapped country and yes, this amazing place has all been made by (also sort of active user) Seeraof. He has said (though PMs) that he doesn't have a detailed plan of his country's history yet, although it has been established that Agarderia has been at war with Karamsk twice in the last century.

I'd imagine that this (his only diary entry) forms the basis for what we know. It was occupied by the Glastian Empire during the 1300s. Its more recent history has been altered, and I suspect it was communist at some point up to the 80s. I'm unsure of what he plans to do with his country in the future, as he appears to have split it into so-called 'border gore' areas that remind me of the Holy Roman Empire or Bosnia in 1995.

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Comment from zhenkang on 3 November 2017 at 04:54

Speaking of enigmatic mappers, they kept rather to themselves, did not like go to user diaries or wiki, but stays mainly on the mapping or editing sites only, creating who knows what. My neighbour of Wintania is slightly like that (but creates what is 'typical'). I sometimes have to PM him when discussing relations between my country and his.

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