— Noah. Artist: もや紙 (removed from Pixiv).
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He can never bring himself to truly hate anyone. Not even England (during the American Revolution) or Russia (during the Cold War).
He simply hates their actions. (He isn’t above disliking someone, however.) — Anonymous
Their family relationship is very dysfunctional. They (particularly Arthur and Francis, and Alfred and Arthur) bicker a lot, tease each other, throw a punch here and there, and generally get under each others’ skin. But when it comes down to it, they’re still a family, and they know that they all love each other despite what they say or do. And if one of them gets hurt, the other three are guaranteed to come help in whatever way they can. It’s just how they roll.
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“Info: At the end of the War of the Spanish Succession, the Treaty of Utrect (1713) forced Spain to give up its European territories, with the Kingdom of Naples and Sicily (the two territories that Romano represents) eventually going to Austria. Both Naples and Sicily were later conquered again by the Spanish, and Austria officially renounced both territories to Spain in 1738.” — Anonymous
While most nations that used to belong to the Soviet Union forgave Russia, Czech still hate calls him a “Communist monster.”
“This is based on my trip to Europe last year. I toured Hungary, a bit of Slovakia and the Czech Republic, all of which use to be part of the Soviet Union. Of thouse three countries, I found that Czech was the one that didn’t fully recover. My tour guild in Paruge would refer to both the Communists and Russia as the ‘Communist monster.’” — rueraven
England is the only one from Europe to completely break down when he lost his colony. Sometimes, he wonders whether it’s because he’s the only one who’s ever really loved. Mostly, he just thinks there’s something seriously wrong with him.
“Uh, I’d just like to say this confession is from England’s perspective. So it’s not to say France and Spain and Netherlands and everyone else didn’t care about their colonies.
Just that England reacted the most dramatically, and that he’s always felt vaguely isolated from the rest of Europe, and that he’s never had the highest opinion of them either. So when he looked around and saw everyone calmly going on with their lives after their colonies’ revolts (or at least not publicly breaking down like he did), he couldn’t help but think that he’s the only one who really cared - and isn’t it sad that friendless, touchy England is the only one to love his little brother so much it broke his heart? Doesn’t it mean that he has massive issues, to get so attached? At least, that’s what England thinks.
And that’s my headcanon.” — indighost