Verified Types of Micronations

Micronation type Characteristics Nature Also known as Typology Description
Sixth World nation Exercises a strong influence over other real world or tangible micronations, or over clans, bands, family businesses, or unincorporated organisations. Has developed at least a significant bond with another family or micronation. Like a clan or band New or infant group Family-friendly micronations Young micronations recognised only by other micronations.
Fifth World nation Exercises a fair to strong influence over real world or tangible parishes, nations (without states), tribes, alternative IGOs¹, small businesses, or local non-profits. Exercises a weak influence over First World media (mainstream media). Has developed up to four recognised national institutions or standards (StRD+PM+5WC+CCh). The nation is usually not mentioned yet in any university thesis, dissertation, article and/or book. Like a parish, nation or tribe Social identity or irredentist group Media-friendly micronations Ludic micronations largely recognised by non-academic media, or publishers of coffee-table books.
Fourth World nation Exercises a fair to strong influence over real world or tangible villages or burghs, (de facto) states, confederations, nation or people IGOs², national companies or NGOs. Exercises a fair influence over First World media (mainstream media). Has developed up to twelve additional recognised national institutions or standards (...+Et cetera ³). The nation(s) is(are) mentioned in up to ten university theses, dissertations, articles and/or books, and these may be in up to six languages. National institution may enjoy de facto recognition by exalted private body. National team, language, ethnicity, or particular tribe or confederation of tribes, may enjoy de facto recognition through alternative association football federation, authoritative cultural organisation, or UN member state government agency involved with regulating news and granting publication licences. Language variations may begin to be developed if new and distinct languages were not developed. Like a village, state, or confederation of tribes Self-determination or secessionist group NGO-friendly micronations Serious micronations recognised by multiple academic institutions and/or publishers, and by other kinds of NGOs or IGOs. Societal nations may gain the acceptance of quasi-government or exalted bodies. Town, country, or regional offices may be accepted, and weather services may be provided by developers for towns.
Third World nation(s) Exercises a strong influence over First World media (mainstream media), and/or runs its own professional, periodical media. Has developed up to four additional recognised national institutions or standards (...+8ed+AQB+MN+Claw). The nation(s) or party(ies) may be recognised by UN member state government bodies, and/or multinational companies. May develop linguistic or language variation bodies in parallel with its own professional media. Like a town or country State-like or sovereignty group Institutional micronations Complex micronations or multinations largely unrecognised by internationally-recognised peers, but nation(s) or party(ies) may be recognised by UN member state government bodies, and/or multinational companies.
Second World entity Group of micronations and/or microstates is usually ignored by mainstream media, since most non-academic, and even academic media or media groups, exist or profit primarily within single countries, languages, regions, and/or "spheres of influence". After developing its own professional, periodical media, new region is forced to redefine the scope of its own mainstream media — may begin to develop an international and societal media, from an intermicronational and political one. Micronations and/or microstates within new regional group which were previously ignored, may be attacked by other micronations and/or microstates. New region begins to naturally build societal, rather than dysfunctional political bridges with similar-minded organisations, micronations and nations. Like a city or region Country-like or regional group Political micronations Group of micronations and/or microstates establish new regional group when a new legal system or paradigm is accepted by all micronations and/or microstates, and/or when one societal nation becomes a societal state (according to Kingmaker tool). Development to this stage may be possible within a single person's lifetime only when political parties are deliberately disbanded (they are artificial or forced societies anyway), and Pythagorean, rather than Aristotelian politics, is naturally allowed to fully develop, without the oligarchic dominance of any single party or state.
The Tallini Second World has been entered.

The newly discovered kingmaker tool suggested that a 6th Kingmaker was required to be fully certain to have entered the Tallini Second World. The Cesidian societal-political ladder requires an ever-increasing number of kingmaker attempts before one is certain of the level of societal-political development. We can now fully confirm that we have entered the Tallini Second World, and this was verified, even fully justified by other factors.

Notes
  1. Non-micronational, yet pretentious or ineffective IGO enjoying little or no real world status.
  2. Self-determination, secessionist, or human rights IGO enjoying some real world status such as the Organization of Emerging African States or Nations Without States. Recognition among Fourth World micronations may also come from alternative association football federations such as CONIFA, or from authoritative cultural organisations such as SIL International.
  3. Et cetera  recognised national institutions or standards: StRDU+SD+Ry+UGV+GEO+WQ+AI+CMT+PDA+OGEL+TTF+IR.

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