North West of England
The North West of England, or informally The North West, is a region of the United Kingdom comprised of five ceremonial, English counties – Cumbria, Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside, and Cheshire.
This provides a 20% boost to weapon and weapon raw material production in the country which controls it, provided the region is connected to the nation's capital region and they do not already have access to another of the same resource.
The North West of England was formerly run by Manchester Council, its purpose was to divide up the responsibilities of Government between Politicians and Congressmen from the region.
The North West of England is located in moving zone A3.
North West of England is neighbored by following regions:
- France, East Midlands
- Argentina, North East of England
- Argentina, Scotland
- Argentina, Wales
- Argentina, West Midlands
- Argentina, Yorkshire & Humberside
Prior to the move into V1 and the abolishment of the Mayoral system, the region was known as Liverpool. Since then it has been renamed as the North West of England.
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