FreeStater's Blog

All public blogs written by JetPunk user FreeStater.
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Hey everyone. We're taking a brief break from the normal iceberg to look at some forbidden knowledge. These are the countries that they don't want you to know.

Welcome back to the Countries Iceberg, featuring nearly every political entity that currently exists. In this blog, we will cover tiers eleven and twelve.

We're so back.

Hello everyone. If you've read my old prediction for the 2024 election, you'll know it was bad. Very bad. I've decided to do a little more analysis this time, and now I've produced a result that I believe to be fairly realistic.

Welcome back to the Countries Iceberg, featuring nearly every political entity that currently exists. In this blog, we will cover tiers seven and eight.

As I'm sure you know, money is tight these days. Inflation and whatnot. To try and raise a stake, I've launched my newest bit of genius: a quizzing subscription pass.

Welcome back to the Countries Iceberg, featuring nearly every political entity that currently exists. In this blog, we will cover tiers five and six.

Welcome back to the Countries Iceberg, featuring nearly every political entity that currently exists. In this blog, we will cover tiers three and four.

Welcome to the Countries Iceberg, featuring nearly every political entity that currently exists. In this blog, we will cover tiers one and two.

Can JetPunk make a good chess variant?

Well, it's been a week since voting began for the JetPunk Legislative Election, and thus it is time to review the results. Thanks to all who participated.

Quite a while ago I released a blog, "Songs of the Civil War, Part 1: Northern Songs." Obviously, it would be amiss to neglect a second entry; however, I was lazy for too many months. Now, I have bigger blogging projects I want to work on, but first I'll wrap up my old series. Anyways, these are the songs of the south. Do enjoy.

Well, it's been a week since the introduction blog, so I reckon it's time to start the voting. It was really cool to see people actually invested in a blog I made out of boredom. Thanks, y'all! :D

I thought it would be fun to hold an election for the newly-invented JetPunk Legislature. The position holds no power, of course, but I imagine it would be fun to run. Here's how it works.

Who doesn't love a good game of chess? But there's a problem — there's no real change. You have the same pieces every time, and they make the same moves every time. However, we don't have to play like that. Fairy pieces, pieces that are not found in standard chess, bring a lot of variety to the table. Let's take a look at some of them.

Well, it's 2023, and you know what that means. Time to start speculating on next year's election. I've decided to jump aboard and try my hand at it, myself.

Who doesn't love the JetPunk Empires. You can command your own country, engage with other countries, and generally have fun. But have you ever thought about the lives of common citizens in the empires? Let's take a look at why their lives would be pretty terrible...

The American Civil War is a very fascinating part of history, but it is sadly underrepresented on JetPunk (as least as far as featured quizzes go). Thus, I figure why not make an unofficial Civil War badge? Try your hand at it.

The Civil War – it was the deadliest conflict in American history, claiming more than one million lives over a span of four years, and it has left a tremendous impact on not only the nation, but the entire world. Now, just as with all important events, dozens upon dozens of songs were written about the war; and here are some of the famous and consistently popular.

If you're even partially active on the blog scene you've likely heard of "Dawn of the JetPunk Empires." What a fine series it is; I even went and requested my own nation. And guess, guess, the request was granted. Now then, an empire popping up out of nowhere is bound to cause a little confusion, so I made this blog in order to present basic information about the country.