Welcome to the Particracy Wiki!
The official wiki for the online game Particracy Classic.
The Particracy Wiki contains many articles intended to add some background to the nations in the world of Terra, the parties striving for power in the nations and the interesting characters their various histories have allowed to come to the fore. In addition, pages about the players behind the parties and articles are also here. There are many ways in which you can contribute to the project.
Particrapedia currently contains 12,951 articles. That's more than the entire Māori Wikipedia.

General Information

Particracy Classic

Particracy Classic is a political simulation game where the player takes on the role of a political party in a fictional nation. Players propose and vote on legislation, form cabinets, determine economic policy and join international treaties as they compete for votes with other political parties in their nation. The opinions of voters in each nation is measured on a wide variety of opinions, meaning every region and every nation is unique, and constantly changing.

Particracy Wiki

The Particracy Wiki enables players to further develop the Particracy Classic game world. For new players, we recommend reading the Manual of Style which provides an overview of the standards expected on the Particracy Wiki. In addition, the Community Portal is a resource for facilitating collaboration and large-scale improvement on the Wiki. Finally, there are short tutorials for players who wish to create a page for their political party and for their nation (though we recommend checking to see if one already exists first).

Guides and lists

To know more about the Particracy world, visit these resources:

Featured article

Zahiri Symbol

Zahirism (Majatran: ظاهرية Ẓāhirīyyah) is a heterodox offshoot of Abadi Ahmadism emerging in 37th century Wantuni in response to the rise of the contested Razamid Caliphate. Zahiris are distinguished from Abadis by their belief in the office of the Imam (lit. "Leader"), the spiritual and political successor to Prophet Ahmad. More specifically Zahiris accept Zahir al-Muntadhir, a 37th century Majatran from Wantuni, as the rightful Imam in opposition to the usurper Caliph Khalid I, and they believe that al-Muntadhir is still alive and his return will herald the end of the world.

Other featured articles: Great Majatran War - First Narik War

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