Quarter 75 - Autumn 2008

The affairs of state of Ermalodia, formerly Colombia, were taken over by the regent EvMagio in Winter 1990. Observers classify the mid-size state as progressive social liberal party-democracy, known for its high net income and the low crime rate.

Most of the moderately educated and reasonable citizens are happy with the circumstances. They have a reputation to be artistic and fair. Further they enjoy an outstanding infrastructure. Compared with other countries, the most distinctive difference is the Saving ratio.

The regent managed to improve his influence in comparison to previous year.

Ermalodia is not a member of an alliance.



The Republic of Ermalodia was born as a compromise. After decades of division, crime and inequality, popular dissent turned into riots by the lower classes. The government, elected through a system that, though democratic, was liable to the influence of the extremely wealthy, had lost the support of the middle classes. Tens of thousands of radicals and proggressives joined forces and formed a revolutionary front that managed to gain control of the countryside, with a significant number of low-ranking soldiers defecting to its cause. A civil war ensued. The revolutionaries were dramatically successfull, due to support from the rural population and the defectors from the army. While the leading council members were mostly radicals, soon some moderate voices began to grow, espesially as the number of supporters increased. After almost a year of bloody conflict, the capital city of Ermalod was besieged, with the leaders of the old regime trapped inside. To avoid the death of tens, if not hundreds, of thousands, the two sides entered into negotiations. The result was a compromise that left both the status quo, and the revolutionaries, unhappy. Electoral reform would take place, to reduce the influence of the extremelly rich and make the country more democratic. The upper classes would keep their properties intact and there would be no redistribution of wealth. The revolutionary army would disband, but its members would keep their equipment and war material for the next four years. No revolutionaries would be prosecuted and the leaders of the state armed forces and police would resign. The government would step down, but no members would face trial for any crimes or corruption. The country would change its name, a symbol of the old regime, to Ermalodia. Finally, a new government would be formed, in which no revolutionary leader could serve. Instead, the head of government would be a progressive moderate that joined forces with the radicals, and the ministries would be taken by moderates that remained loyal to the government. The new regime began unstable, in the mercy of both the status quo and the radicals, and faced a plethora of issues to solve. Through this crisis, both opportunity and disaster lingered.


Economy 17% Military 8% Safety 4% Reputation 2%
Health 5% Progress 2% Environment 1% Civil rights -5%
Happy Content Uncontent


Currency: Phoenix
Heraldic animal / symbol The Phoenix
Capital city Ermalod
Religion Christianity
Flag (not selectable for world states) Flag
Anthem Through the Ash, the Phoenix is reborn.
Foundation 27.10.2020
Highest Happiness 64.3
Visitors 279
Link https://www.ars-regendi.com/state/218562-republic-ermalodia

Key data

Indicators Ermalodia Average state (1380)
Gross domestic product per capita 11,840 € -90,336 €
Annual average of inflation 4.91 % 5.11 %
Annual average of population growth 1.09 % 0.75 %
Annual average of economy growth 5.59 % 3.25 %
Social benefits ratio 7.06 % 7.26 %
Public spending ratio 21.06 % 22.18 %
Tax rate 21.88 % 20.55 %
Debt rate 0.66 % 353.14 %


Happiness 4.
Duration of regency 9.


Ermalodia Average state
Currencies 1.41 $ / € 13,667.57 $ / € Sold currencies: 0 Buy
Ground 41.30 €/m² 36.62 €/m² Sold ground: 0 Buy
Shares 7,167 9,459 Sold shares: 0 Buy


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