Mr. Awesome

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Mr. Awesome

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Nationality Flag-Australia.jpg Australian
Date of birth December 20, 2008
Residence New South Wales
Sex Male
Wiki Manager of Australian National Party
January 15, 2009 – March 15, 2009
Deputy Minister of Heritage & the Arts of Australia
February 5, 2009 – March 5, 2009
Preceded by Mouj
Succeeded by Mouj
Minister of Heritage & the Arts of Australia
March 5, 2009 – April 5, 2009
Preceded by Derek Apollyon
Succeeded by Derek Apollyon
Vice President of Australian National Party
March 15, 2009 – April 15, 2009
Preceded by calibur
Succeeded by Gercon Bonn
President of Australian National Party
April 15, 2009 – May 15, 2009
Preceded by Alte Altus
Succeeded by Iwarrior1
Senator of New South Wales
February 25, 2009 – May 25, 2009
President of Liberal Party of Australia
May 23, 2009 – June 23, 2009
Succeeded by Svastik
Deputy Minister of Information of Australia
August 17, 2009 – Present
President of Liberal Party of Australia
July 15, 2009 – Present
Preceded by Svastik
Military rank Icon rank Captain.png Captain
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Mr. Awesome is a citizen living in New South Wales, Australia. While Mr. Awesome was born in Yukon, Canada, he only stayed there long enough before he could move to New South Wales, Australia where he resides today. Upon reaching level 7, he joined the Australian National Party, lead at the time by Calibur. In January of 2009, he created his newspaper. Starting in January 2009 he began campaigning for congress. He failed in January but gained a large number of votes in the February election, taking second place overall and first for the ANP. After being appointed Vice Party President of the ANP, he also gained a seat in the March elections. In the April Party President elections, he won for the ANP with 23 votes compared to Gercon Bonn's 9. On May 23, 2009 Mr. Awesome created the Liberal Party of Australia, a centrist, short-lived party.

Mr. Awesome left the game in September 2009, but returned in April 2010. He is now a member of the Australian Independents.