The League of Nations was a competition that existed from 1919 to 1946, comprised of countries that take part in the game of War. Winning a war scores points for their team. In the event of a draw, the country with the most kills wins, or in case of a further tie, whoever firebombed the most schools. (See also: World domination high scores list)
The League of Nations was formed in 1919 in order to keep the score on which countries were most successful in military conquests, or just to prove what rubbish the French are.
There were 63 countries involved in the League of Nations by 1946, although some sissy countries were not involved. Each country is allowed as many soldiers, tanks, battleships and aeroplanes as they can afford during the season. However, this could irritate the other countries as they might feel threatened by the other team's power, increasing their chance of being on the offensive.
Most of the major countries in the world were a part of the League of Nations at one point, with the exception of its founder, the United States The reason for this was that they didn't want to get involved with European affairs and wanted to isolate themselves from the rest of the world. However, in the last battles of World War Two, they decided that they wanted to be a part of the competition and take credit for winning it. (more...)