The Holy Papal Empire of Catholic EuropeEdit
The Holy Papal Empire of Catholic Europe is a massive, environmentally stunning nation, renowned for its complete lack of prisons. Its compassionate, cynical population are ruled without fear or favor by a psychotic dictator, who outlaws just about everything and refers to the populace as "my little playthings."
It is difficult to tell where the omnipresent, corrupt, moralistic, socially-minded government stops and the rest of society begins, but it is mainly concerned with Religion & Spirituality, although Defense and Law & Order are on the agenda. The private sector is almost wholly made up of enterprising fourteen-year-old boys selling lemonade on the sidewalk, although the government is looking at stamping this out.
Crime -- especially youth-related -- is totally unknown, thanks to the all-pervasive police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare. Catholic Europe's national animal is the tiger, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests, and its currency is the RC Euro.
History of the Papal EmpireEdit
The history of the Papal Empire of Catholic Europe is a rich and long history, one which spans hundreds of thousands of years and can be told best through the royal papal line.
- For a complete history of Catholic Europe and the royal Papacy, see History of the Papacy of Catholic Europe
The Holy Papal Empire of Catholic Europe is a very large nation situated from the peninsula of Italy, over to the Crimea of Ukraine, down to the Turkish heartland; the capital city is Genesis City. Other important areas include the port city of Yaren on the Island of Rhodes, the northern city of Kingston and the religious city of Luisville.
The climate is normally divided up into four areas for Catholic Europe. The first is the north – here it is warm in the summer, but not for long, and has terribly cold winters. The second is the Italian climate - it is hot in the summer and mild in the winter. The third is the west – it is hot in the summer but can get very cold in the winter, also there is little rain. The fourth is the Crimea climate – it is cold all year round basically. Terrain:
There is a diverse amount of terrain throughout Catholic Europe. Our highest points are the Alps at the north of Italy, whilst our lowest points are the Islands of Greece. There are many live volcanoes throughout Catholic Europe; the most well known being Mount Etna. There are also many areas, which are susceptible to severe earthquakes (especially in the Turkish parts of Catholic Europe).
System of GovernmentEdit
Ruled by the Pope of the Catholic Church, Catholic Europe is in a way a dictatorship. It's positions are those of midieval times.