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    American Samoaball

    American Samoaball is a territoryball of USA-icon.png USAball located in the Pacific Ocean, south of the equator.

    History

    American Samoaball was born as a 7-icon.png 7ball in the XI century. Only in 1722, Dutch-icon.png United Kingdom of Netherlandsball discovered him, being part of the Tonga Empire-icon.png Tu'i Tongan Empire at the time being. In 1899, German Empire-icon.png German Empireball and USA-icon.png USAball adopted him its with his its brothers. Disputes between the two Samoa's almost caused a massive naval conflict between USA-icon.pngUSAball and German Empire-icon.pngGerman Empireball however before any shots could be fired a massive typhoon struck the islands causing the warships of each side to be damaged and the impending battle to be resolved with an armistice. Nowadays, he's she's part of USA-icon.png USAball, with its independent friend Samoa-icon.png Samoaball. In 2001, he it became enemy with Australia-icon.pngAustraliaball when he it defeated him in football (soccer) by 31-0.

    If ever he it becomes independent (even if USAball granted him), he it would probably change its name to "Samoa La'oso", whereas "la'oso" means "the rising sun".

    he it likes Michael Bloomberg.

    How to draw

    Draw American Samoaball is almost easy.

    1. Draw the basic circle shape and draw inside it two red diagonal lines that starts from half-left border.
    2. Color the upper and the downer part of this blue
    3. Draw in the white part the eagle using this brown and this yellow
    4. Draw the eyes and you've finished

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