X-I's 100 Hetalia Head-Canons1. All nations can inherently understand each other when they're talking, regardless of what languages are being spoken at the time. Despite this, most, if not all nations are at least bilingual, because while they might be able to understand one another, they can't understand humans unless they can actually speak their languages.X-I's 100 Hetalia Head-Canons3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
2. Colonies, states, territories, and provinces are literally part of the nation that owns them. They're inexorably linked to it by invisible ties, and it takes great strength of will to forcibly break free of that bond once it is in place. If something happens to a colony/state/territory/province/etc., the nation will feel it, and if the nation is in danger or in trouble, the protectorates of that nation will instinctively band together to defend it.
3. There are two types of civil wars, and also how the nations are affected by them. The first type is when there is a clash of ideals in the government and a certain percentage of the people, and those peopl
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Yolngu and Makassar are my favorite pairing in Maaf. They are basically the character of Australia and Indonesia in the sub-ethnic versions of the respective countries.
Broadly, Yolngu and Makassar stories include friendship-angst genre. And I want you to be able to lift the feel of the genre in this contest!
Who would not be sad when you losing your best friend? Who would not hurt when your best friend left you?
Draw Yolngu and Makassar with the theme of "lost"
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