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{{Nation_Infobox|title1 = Egypt|image1 = Eg.png|nation = Egypt|capital = Alexandria|language = English, Egyptian, Arabic|largest_city = Alexandria|capital_and_largest_city = Alexandria|/n_list_page = Who even knows|area = Upper nile|population = ~3|leader = Gamder|army_size = 0|established_on = Early 2019|oldest_town = Alexandria|past_leaders = Gamder}}
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{{Nation_Infobox|title1 = Egypt|image1 = Eg.png|nation = Egypt|capital = Alexandria|language = English, Egyptian, Arabic|largest_city = Selima|capital_and_largest_city = Selima|/n_list_page = 2|area = Middle East|population = 126|leader = Cencius|established_on = Early 2019|oldest_town = Alexandria|past_leaders = Gamder}}
   
== Rebellion from the GRE ==
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== History ==
It rebelled, It7s probably never gonna rejoin
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Egypt was established on January 30th 2019. It was originally called Nile Delta, as the name Egypt was taken. The nation contained the towns of Alexandria, Cairo and Suez. The Egyptian region at this time was empty, with very little towns setting up. In addition, in-activity among the three Egyptian towns led to a lack of progress in the nation. With Cairo and Suez falling, and Alexandria becoming a one man town.
   
== Diplomacy ==
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Has good ties with it’s neighbor, Aegyptus.[[Category:Nations]]
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On August 1st 2020, Cencius bought Egypt from its previous leader Gamder, with a goal of rebuilding Egypt into a dominant player in the Middle East.
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Revision as of 17:32, August 2, 2020


History

Egypt was established on January 30th 2019. It was originally called Nile Delta, as the name Egypt was taken. The nation contained the towns of Alexandria, Cairo and Suez. The Egyptian region at this time was empty, with very little towns setting up. In addition, in-activity among the three Egyptian towns led to a lack of progress in the nation. With Cairo and Suez falling, and Alexandria becoming a one man town.


On August 1st 2020, Cencius bought Egypt from its previous leader Gamder, with a goal of rebuilding Egypt into a dominant player in the Middle East.

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