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|Motto: "..because twelve billion morons can't be wrong!"|
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|Official Language(s)||English, Gaelic|
|Population||Officially 12bn, now nearer 600|
|Currency||The Quid (£)|
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In its heyday, Audioslavia was one of the world's most gigantic nations. Particularly lethal and radioactive civil war robbed it of its status a century or more ago - the exact records are not clear. The remaining wasteland lay dormant for fifty years until the dawn of the second civilisation.
Before the war, Audioslavia's gargantuan landmass was divided into eight sectors, dominated by its oldest regions; Machingardia to the north and Soundgardia to the south.
Cathair (simply 'City' in the local dialect) is Audioslavia's capital and largest urban area. It was initially built from the not-too-irradiated remains from other cities. It has a population of around 200,000 (with a further 100,000 or so in surrounding areas) and is situated in almost the very centre of Audioslavia. By default it is the economic and political capital.
The prominently Hispanic and Auskal-speaking Sierra was protected from much of the horrors of civil war by its mountainous landscape. Sierra Herradura has a population of around 60,000
Kjeligsted is an island in Atlantian Oceania and is the cause of Audioslavia's claim to be an 'AO' nation. Population of around 85,000
Silexhera was, formerly, a nation in its own right, being settled shortly after the war in a reasonably unaffected, yet barren, part of western Audioslavia. Population of around 35,000
Throughout its history, Audioslavia had no official religion, although pre-war Audioslavia contained a large proportion of Catholics. Currently there is no religion amongst the country's survivors, a trait shared by its borderland Silexhera.
Football was the only sport played to a professional level in the country. The Audioslavian national football team had a rich history in the sport, entering World Cup 4 and every subsequent tournament until WC29, where an Audioslavia on the brink of the civil war lost their fourth final to Casari.
Audioslavia made their return to international football in time for World Cup 59. The 'Bulls' won the Baptism of Fire tournament in the run up to the qualifiers and also reached an unexpected AOCAF final, before failing to impress in the qualifiers. They did however, four years later, win their first senior title with victory in AOCAF 35.