- Wāhakea, an Ingerland overseas territory, comparable is size between Bermuda and the Isle of Man. One big island, which can be counted as three islands separated by long and narrow channels (cf. Guadeloupe), one minor islands off shore. here
- Moonshine Islands Federation, an Ingerland overseas territory, comparable to the West Indies Federation. Some scattered islands in the archipelago. Probably locally grouped together to form subdivisions. Located in the center and the south of the archipelago, to justify them being an overseas territory of their own and not part of NI.
- islands belonging to New Ingerland. These islands are located in the north of the archipelago, to justify them being part of NI and not an overseas territory of their own.
- islands belonging Aorangēa. These islands may be anywhere in the archipelago.
The entire archipelago, that means the islands not including the mainlands of Aorangēa and New Ingerland, nevertheless forms one purple collaborative territory. This is the case despite the overview map) showing them in different colours.
Things you can do at anytime without asking. But be aware that concurrent editing without coordination may result in conflicts. Make sure to know how to resolve them.
Things everybody wants to do, but we don't need too many of them or we need coordination. Remember it is not a blue territory
Things we just wont allow even if you ask us. Exceptions may still be possible in certain circumstances with a very good reason.
Most of the islands are part of the Ingerish Commonwealth. One common language will therefore be English/Ingerish. The other languages are variations of a Polynesian sounding fictitious language family. If you want to use that language for place names, stick to the following letters, A,E,I,K,M,N,Ng,O,P,R,T,U,W,Wh, and don't use consonant clusters. Also check the internet to avoid incidentially using an offending word. For now, street names stay in english.
between Aorangēa and New Ingerland
The land border (here) between Aorangēa and New Ingerland is relatively open. Visa policy is separate, while any visa (or lawful entry without visa) for either territory serves as tourist visa for the other. No regular checks on persons at the border. Crossing the border without a vehicle is allowed at any point. Vehicle crossings are only allowed at official crossings. The crossings may be permanently or temporarily manned or unmanned at all. Vehicles with customs-wise relevant cargo must report, non-reporting vehicles may be randomly checked.
For mapping this means: There are only a small number of road border crossings. Crossing footways or cycleways are fine. Any other road crossing the border must be fenced off, making passage with vehicles impossible. Every official crossing has some amount of customs facilities. This may range from a customs office with vehicle check facilities for the busiest crossings to a telephone booth for less busy crossings. Roads may criss-cross the border for short stretches if it is impossibe to enter the other territory permanently.
between any other territories in the region
There are no other land borders in the region. Applies to ferry and flight connections. Again immigrationwise these connections are treated as domestic, as everyone present in one territory may at least stay as a tourist in any other. Nevertheless custom checks apply.
Mappingwise this has not much effect, but it is needed to make the whole border issue coherent. Make sure a port has a customs office if necessary.
All territories mentioned here form a common market to some extent. For now, this means the currencies are all pegged to each other and are sometimes accepted throuout the region. There will also be a parliament with yet unknown powers. (Not important mappingwise but might be a nice playground for electoral systems.)
between territories in the region and worldwide
The mainland of the continent is not yet open and any relationship will be decided once they are open. All regional territories except Aorangēa are part of the Ingerish Commonwealth. They may or may not take part in any Commonwealth institution as long as it does not contravene anything said above. That means, there must be no other currency unions or open borders for passengers or goods between the region and outside the region.
List of Islands
| New Ingerland
Islands to be named
|(unnamed island)||Aorangēa||(relation 126899)|
|(unnamed island)||Aorangēa||(relation 126900)|
|(unnamed island)||Wāhakea||(relation 126902)|
|(unnamed island)||Wāhakea||(relation 126903)|
|(unnamed island)||Wāhakea||(relation 126904)|
|(unnamed island)||(Scattered Islands)||(relation 126919)|
|(unnamed island)||New Ingerland||(relation 126921)|
|(unnamed island)||New Ingerland||(relation 126922)|
|(unnamed island)||New Ingerland||(relation 126923)|
|(Unnamed Island)||New Ingerland||(relation 126924)|
|(unnamed island)||Aorangēa||(relation 126925)|
|(unnamed island)||Aorangēa||(relation 126926)|
|(unnamed island)||Aorangēa||(relation 126927)|
|(unnamed island)||Aorangēa||(relation 126928)|
|(unnamed island)||Aorangēa||(relation 126929)|
|(unnamed island)||Aorangēa||(relation 126930)|
|(unnamed island)||Aorangēa||(relation 126931)|
|Oruaiwi||New Ingerland & Aorangēa||(relation 126932)|
|(Unnamed Island)||New Ingerland||(relation 126933)|
|(Unnamed Island)||New Ingerland||(relation 126934)|
|(unnamed island)||Aorangēa||(relation 126937)|
|(unnamed island)||Aorangēa||(relation 126938)|
|Tāwhaite Island||Aorangēa||(relation 127109)|