You is of aristocrat!
— Japan about England
I'd rather die free than live a prisoner!
— Boudicca

Englandball is my city one of the four entities of UK-icon UKball and also its main part. It is usually mischanged with this latter. It is more populated and richer than Scotland-icon Scotlandball and Wales-icon Walesball.

He is a part of the island (which is technically an archipelago due to islands like Orkney) of Great Britain (which composes of England-icon Englandball, Scotland-icon Scotlandball and Wales-icon Walesball) as well as the old Roman territory of Britannia or Britian as the landmass is (though most don't know and think that Britain and Great Britain are the same) called (composing of England-icon Englandball and Wales-icon Walesball). Great Britain/Britain are by some mistaken as countries (in particular USA-icon Americaball who doesn't even know the difference between Great Britain, Englandball and UKball) though this isn't true so Great Britainball and Britainball are geographical locationballs (like Siberiaball). He is also in a little known and generically named legal union called England and Wales, which is composed of (surprise surprise) England-icon Englandball and Wales-icon Walesball.

England-icon Englandball has been the long suffering neighbour of Scotland-icon ScotlandballIreland-icon Irelandball and France-icon Franceball while Wales-icon Walesball is his plaything for when he gets tired of playing with the others.

While Scotland-icon Scottish independence is dying an independence movement in England-icon England is rising due to his frustration of lacking a parliament. In reality he would rather stay in UK-icon UKball but very much wants a parliament.

Like how Scotland has William Wallace, England also has his own Celtic hero named Boudicca.


Before 927, England wasn't a united entity but instead a mix of different Anglo and Saxon petty kingdoms. After 866 there was a period of Denmark-icon Danish vassalization called Danelaw. In 1066, Duchy of Normandyball conquered the Kingdom of England-icon Kingdom of Englandball and Installed A New Leader.

England got involved in the religious wars between the protestants and the catholics. In 1547, Henry VIII passed away which eventually lead to Bloody Mary come on the throne. She slaughtered protestants. This made the people unhappy and Elizabeth I came to the throne where she killed a few catholics because they were causing problems. She had a few wars against Spanish Empireball. In those wars, Spain's armada was destroyed by a heavy storm but then she launched her own armada which also failed. She executed mary, queen of scots in 1587 which made Spanish Empireball even more unhappy. Then, she founded the East India company in 1600, just before she died in 1603. As she never married and had no biological children, she left the throne to the king of Scotland, James, who became James VI of Scotland and James I of England. In the following years, England secures his grip on North America, which would lead to future conflicts with rival empires.

The moment when England became a region is in 1707, with the Acts of Union, where Kingdom of Scotland-icon Kingdom of Scotlandball and Kingdom of England-icon Kingdom of Englandball joined into UK-icon UKball, signed by Queen Anne. actually is of Kingdom of Great Britain but... oh shut up.

During the Brexit referendum, may people in him and Wales didn't really know what the EU was and were lied to about the affects of leaving it. While Scotland an d Northern Ireland knew more about what the EU was and were safe from these lies, poor England and Wales fell for them. Both then regretted it after doing research but now that the EU is going to ruin the internet, all four of them are contemplating leaving. That is at least until this is sorted out.


England is filled with so many counties that it almost seems like people like their counties more than the whole union (such as Cornwall, Yorkshire, Norfolk, and the scum Suffolk) this is their parallels of European nations:


  • UK-icon UKball - Why no good bloody parliament thief! Give me my independence! Or just a parliament and I'll be fine.
  • Scotland-icon Scotlandball - Brother. You don't I get a parliament like you?
  • Ireland-icon Irelandball - Thinks starving him was my intention. Relies on me very much though.
  • Sealand-icon Sealandball - YOU DONT HAVE ANY LAND, IT TAKES A FEW HELICOPTERS AND BOATS JUST TO “INVADE” YOU! But don’t tell anyone that I recognize you, it will be embarrassing if you will.
  • Spain-icon Spainball - 1588 BEST YEAR OF MY LIFE, YOUR ARMADA SUX. Now instead of being rivals as empires, she is my enemy on soccer football. But now we kind of get along. I think she and dad are together.
  • France-icon Franceball - STOP INSULTING ME. But we were allies in WW2 so we ok.
  • Wales-icon Walesball - My Brother

How to draw

Draw Englandball is very simple:

  1. Draw the basic circle shape
  2. Draw a red+ cross
  3. Draw the eyes and you've finished.
  4. Optional: bowler hat, umbrella, monacle


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Constituent countries and province England-icon Englandball (London-icon Londonball) • Wales-icon Walesball (Cardiff-icon Cardiffball) • Scotland-icon Scotlandball (Edinburgh-icon Edinburghball) • Northern Ireland-icon Northern Irelandball (Belfast-icon Belfastball)
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British Empire-icon God Save the Queen! British Empire-icon
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