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NATIONSNAME’s New Year’s Resolution: Lose Fewer Limbs

The CITIZEN New Year has arrived again and citizens across the nation are setting off fireworks that light up the sky in a beautiful and awe-inspiring display. Lighting up NATIONSNAME’s roads, however, are the sirens of emergency vehicles tending to the injuries and fires caused by the explosive revelries. Your Minister of Safety has twisted your arm to personally investigate the situation, so you’ve reluctantly left your own New Year’s party to venture to the local hospital.


I’ve encountered with 3 choice

1. A frazzled ER doctor, Leia Silk, begins lecturing you while distractedly stitching a patient. “I can’t take it any more! Every New Year, the number of patients in the burn ward explodes, and need for stitches skyrockets! Fireworks are clearly too dangerous for the untrained public to play with. We need to ban possession and use of fireworks without proper training. To keep the tradition of CITIZEN New Year alive, the government can sanction shows and hire licensed professionals for the celebration. And hey, if I weren’t suddenly getting so many emergency calls on the New Year, maybe I’d actually have time to watch the show.”

2. “That’s not going far enough,” interjects a local bird watcher Rory Bender, who is standing by the window, binoculars trained on a vulture by the hospital morgue. “It’s not a celebration for the birds whose sky we’re shooting into! Animals don’t understand what’s going on when unnatural flashes and scary noises suddenly start bursting all around them. If they dodge the explosions, noxious smoke is sure to drive birds out of the sky, while remains of spent fireworks littering the streets pose a swallowing hazard for scavengers. Licensing fireworks operators won’t change this. We need to ban all fireworks, and find less inconsiderate ways to entertain ourselves.”

3. “That’s ridiculous,” retorts Akira Grossweiner – Chief Technical Officer of Have a Blast, Inc. – who is visiting the burns ward to hand out free sparklers to the injured. “Thunderstorms happen all the time in nature, and animals survive those. Fireworks are fabulous fun! If some drunken idiots can’t read the clear safety instructions we supply with all our products, then, well, that’s natural selection doing our species a favor. In fact, we should legalize use of fireworks all year round. Then we can celebrate anything, anytime, not just the New Year.”

4. Dismiss the issue


Option 1. sounds nice so I choose it.

The result saids ‘Banning party poppers has been a real party pooper.’


In result, my nation get a boost of this qualities.


Bananas Ingested Per Day 1.2%

Ideological Radicality

Paul-Nader Subjective Decentrality Index 0.55%

Income Equality

Marx-Engels Emancipation Scale 0.39%


Dolphin Recycling Awareness Index 0.20%

Public Transport

Societal Mobility Rating 0.20%


Safety Net Mesh Density Rating 0.20%

Industry: Cheese Exports

Mozzarella Productivity Index 0.20%

Foreign Aid

Clooney Contribution Index 0.20%

Public Education

Edu-tellignce® Test Score 0.20%

Business Subsidization

Gilded Widget Scale 0.20%

Public Healthcare

Theresa-Nightingale Rating 0.20%

Sector: Manufacturing

Gooback-Jerbs Productivity Index 0.20%


Years 0.07%

Government Size

Bureaucratic Comprehensiveness Rating Scale Index 0.06%


Effective Tax Rate 0.06%


And decline in this qualities


Tourists Per Hour 0.09%

Economic Output


Average Income



Obesity Rate 0.22%

Wealth Gaps

Rich To Poor Income Ratio 0.28%

Economic Freedom

Rand Index 0.36%


Percentage Of Water Glasses Perceived Half-Full 0.92%


Average Smiles Per Day 1.9%

Industry: Retail

Shrinkwrap Consignment Productivity Index 12.4%


This choice is ok.


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