It is going to be slightly stricter than the already strict Polandball subreddit. It is going to enforce some things that aren't really enforced on r/polandball. They are: countries and territories that are commonly depicted with asian eyes must always be drawn that way (lines for eyes unless they are surprised or very frightened), countries with emblems on the side must be eyepatches, it is mandatory for the USA to mix up names or use nicknames, both Chinas and both Koreas always mix up L's and R's, and Japan always pronounces L's as R's. Chile is always a worm, and it is mandatory for the correct colors to be used.
Also there are few new rules. There is a gender rule where grammatically masculine countries must be referred as he (él) and grammatically feminine countries must be referred to as she (ella). Also, the feminine part is taken literally as in they must have a short eyelash on each eyes (do not make them longer or add more, draw the eyes like a magnifying glass with a short handle) and sometimes they have a bow, or hijab for muslim countries (the hijab is mandatory for muslim feminine countries). This is to make fun of the funny Spanish grammar rule.
All non-Spanish speaking countries speak grammatically broken with often random conjugation of verbs as well as sometimes forgetting accents and RR's. Paraguay also doesn't speak perfect Spanish because of the joke that Paraguayans speak two languages, both terribly. The USA speaks very broken Spanish often pronouncing words like English words such as "Me lamo Yu-Es-Ai". Poland's Spanish is broken in a way that it sounds extra cutesy.
One final new rule is Argentina has a swastika on the sun instead of a face because of the Nazi immigrants.