“Why am I the only human here?!”
|Motto: "Lwly yywlw wywlw wylwyw"|
|Anthem: Baa baa black sheep|
|National Hero(es)||They're holding out for one|
|Religion||The Holy Church of our wooly saviours|
|Population||Unknown (some claim negative)|
|Population density||Well, there's some very dense fog...|
|National animal||Sheep, of course|
|Favourite pastime||Being 'friendly' to sheep|
|Opening hours||The third Monday of every month|
Wales (or Old South Wales) (or Whales) (or Wails) (Welsh: Llandwllllwgwynylwyl Ddwllaircwnllwllwllllwwl Caerllswlldvdd) is that thing, next to England. You know, the one that's not England? But it's right next to England, I'm telling you! Seriously, it's like someone saw England and then smushed Wales into the side of it. Honestly, we've not made it up.
Historically Wales was a suburb of Atlantis that was founded by illiterate whale worshippers, wanting to name their new land after these giants of the sea, but failing thanks to their own incompetence.
Wales was once a small collection of about 18 smaller states, the two most important being Dadlau and Rhyfel. These two states were joined together in the year 486. Since its creation the denizens of Wales have evolved from worshipping Whales to worshipping Goblins and, eventually, sheep.