The World Assembly (WA) is the world's governing body, and membership of a nation is voluntary. All member nations of the WA must obey all legislations. It's 4 major sections includes the WA Archives, World Cenus, General Assembly, and Security Council.


Since the rise of the World Assembly from the ashes of its predecessor, the Bureaucracy That Cannot Be Named, WA member nations have worked tirelessly to improve the standard of the world. That, or tried to force other nations to be more like them. But that's just semantics.

It was founded on April 1, 2004, after the fall of The Bureaucracy That Must Not Be Named. They served as the succesor of the Bureaucracy, and current world government. The first sections of the WA were the Archives, and World Cenus. The first legislative body came into power around the time of it's founding. This legislative body is the General Assembly. The newest section is the Security Council, which was founded a few years after the founding of the WA. The founding nation was Peskite, which appointed the WA as world government.

World Assembly Archives

The archives of the WA are carefully preserved record of the most notable World Assembly debates. They contain famous legislations, proposals, and debates. It also is for discussing long-overdue overhauls of the Assembly's legislative protocols.

World Cenus

The World Cenus's job is to collect data for official WA reports. They pile up data to track nation stats and officially classify national governments. All data is released onto the daily offical reports.

General Assembly

See General Assembly.

Security Council

See Security Council.


Delegate Nations



Member Nations


  • Peskite

The World Assembly's meeting room


Robert Jacob: Robert is on friendly terms with The World Assembly. He has accepted an adventure to Mars in order to complete their alliance.