When I started I wanted a big country that is hard to attack, easy to defend and of course rich on resources. A capitalistic democracy and therefore I picked the greatest American president Abraham Lincoln, an experienced leader during war, created the emancipation proclamation and signed the Morrill act.
With all the oil in US John D. Rockefeller was an obvious pick, created one of the most successful companies of its time, with inflation counted he is one of the richest man ever and he will be very useful as an economic adviser.
With technology being so important I picked Thomas Edison and Steve Jobs, two of the greatest innovators. Mark Zuckerberg might sound like a dumb pick but controlling Facebook is huge only for the fact that so many people are registered and shares everything there. Alexander the Great is my military leader, maybe the greatest commander ever, never lost a battle despite being outnumbered in numerous battles and with all the countries having equal population Alex would eat y'all for breakfast, his men was always loyal to him they loved him his enemies feared him.
Princess Diana is my Secretary of State one of the most loved woman of all time, Mexico ain't got shit on her with Oprah. Gloria Steinem is my equality minister.
Greatest writer of all time William Shakespeare will have the job as education minister, education is important and is obligatory through High School.
As a Christian country Jesus was my pick, will get a lot of tourism because it will replace the Vatican.
a free-market capitalistic country that borders to Mexico and Canada who I should get along with, beautiful country with diverse weather we gots the sun and the snow so we will get a lot of tourism. Natural resources like coal, copper, phosphates, uranium, bauxite, gold, iron, silver, mercury, oil, natural gas, 13th place in oil reserve
And please Blablabla tell your people to stay on their side of the border.
I got my scores, and I'm gonna post them as I did them first touch. I felt if I reviewed it, I would never get right and I could never choose the clear winner, so I just did it without looking, and what comes - up comes up. Did them in the random order, and without a break to prevent bias (up to the point) and just didn't go too deep into it. I wanted to use top 100 influential list by one guy, but ended up not doing it. Number 1 is Muhammad by the way, shitheads. I would penalise you -1 point for that, -2 for not picking neither Jean Calvin (? spelling) or Zorge (spy), but chose to only hurt AntiHero with it. These were my dark horse picks. Other than that, I felt very much like choosing races to play Warhammer 4000. Some teams were just like that!.. Especially with Embersync doing space shuttles, launching rockets straight from the oil rigs, and AntiHero with his zerg (in Warhammer, orc) tactics of just spreading the tumour, and with some participats being all happy friendly sissies proud of their CULTURE. I thought I should have added the military scale on it, too, but let it be as it is. I think the next step would be to play RPG with the teams that you've created, put them on the map, get the action figures and just see how the countries interact with eachother. That would be crazy, and maybe the best way to evaluate teams correctly. The thing is, I don't know how much of interactive understanding of the draft have been emphasised, so maybe doing community live show wouldn't be 100% correct.
Don't be mad at me, you can challenge your points, see if I added them up right, I am blessed to do this for you and I want to thank everybody for the effort. Nice going, guys!