Mississippiball is a USA-icon USAball state. As of June 30, 2020, he is currently the only US state to have no official state flag, due to the former flag being fairly similar to a hypothetical CSA-icon Confederate colony of Kingdom of Yugoslavia-icon Yugoslavia, although he will get a new flag soon.

Like many Southern USAball states Mississipiball is one of the states with the highest number of 8-icon 8balls, these 8balls are descendants of slaves that came from from countryballs like Angola-icon Angolaball, Congo-icon Congoball, Guinea-icon Guineaball, DR Congo-icon Democratic Republic of Congoball, Togo-icon Togoball, Nigeria-icon Nigeriaball, Senegal-icon Senegalball, Gambia-icon Gambiaball, Benin-icon Beninball, Cameroon-icon Cameroonball, Ivory Coast-icon Ivory Coastball, Ghana-icon Ghanaball, etc.


Mississippiball born as a 3-icon 3ball, adopted by USA-icon USAball. During Secession War, he went to CSA-icon CSAball, but returned to USA-icon USAball after the defeat.

People wanted to change his flag due to his, well, CSA-icon obvious resemblance making it controversial. Yet nothing has happened until now when a bill was made to replace his flag, making it the last US state to remove their confederate symbol.. DON’T YOU DARE DISRESPECT THE CONFEDERATE BATTLE FLAG

He is currently coming up with a new flag as a replacement, one that doesn't come with a Confederate symbol. Even with this big change, citizens are not prohibited to fly the former Mississippi flag on their own property.


How to draw

Draw Mississippiball is simple:

  1. Draw the basic circle shape
  2. Draw a red up-left quarter, with a blue X cross frimbriated of white and with some white stars
  3. Divide the rest into three horizontal stripes, blue, white and red
  4. Draw the eyes and you've finished.

That flag is not official anymore. You can, however, temporarily draw Mississippiball as a sunglassless USAball with "Mississippi" written on.


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