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    Caveballs, also called billiard balls, non-standard balls, or poolballs, are countryball entities that represent ancient civilizations, or sometimes just different races or tribes without actual flags (i.e. the Cherokee Nation).

    Usually a specific caveball is depicted by replacing the number (i.e. 1) with the name of the civilization, race, tribe, etc.


    • On Reddit, due to skin color logic, the only allowed caveballs are:
      • 1ball, depicting Sino-Tibetan, Altaic (Turkic, Mongolic, Tungusic, Korean, Japanese), Hmong-Mien, Tai-Kadai, Austroasiatic, Dené-Yeniseian, and Paleosiberian speaking people
      • 6ball, depicting aliens
      • 7ball, depicting Dravidian, Austronesian, Carribbean and Native American people
      • 8ball, depicting Nilo-Saharan, Niger-Congo, Cushitic and Khoisan people
    • And due to flags:


    • The 1ball, can be used to depict Sino-Tibetan, Altaic (Turkic, Mongolic, Tungusic, Korean, Japanese), Hmong-Mien, Austroasiatic, Tai-Kadai, Dené-Yeniseian, Uralic (except Finno-Ugric), and Paleosiberian (Chukotko-Kamchatkan, Nivkh, Yukaghir, Eskimo-Aleut, and Ainuic)-speaking peoples. It often has a rice hat and slanted eyes. On the flag of the Olympic Games, the yellow color represents Asia.
    • 2ball, can be used to depict Indo-European (Romance, Germanic, Slavic, Iranian, etc.), Finno-Ugric, and Kartvelian-speaking peoples.
    • The 3ball, can be used to depict Native Americans who speak indigenous languages of the Americas (excluding Dene-Yeniseian and Eskimo-Aleut).
      • The Inuitball can be used to depict the Inuits.
    • The 4ball, can be used to represent prehistoric people.
      • A Middle Eastern 4ball can be used to depict Afroasiatic speakers (Except Cushitic, Chadic and Omotic) and Middle Easterners in general.
    • The 5ball, describes Papuan (non-Austronesian) people. It also represents Aboriginal Australians before their flag's adoption in 1971.
    • The 6ball, depicting Aliens or extraterrestrials.
    • The 7ball, depicts Dravidian, Andamanese and Austronesian people. As the green color is already used to represent 6ball, the brown color has been chosen to represent Oceania in Polandball, due to skin color logic.
    • The 8ball, depicting Sub-Saharan African (Nilo-Saharan, Niger-Congo, Cushitic, Chadic, Omotic and Khoisan) people. On the flag of the Olympic Games, the black color represents Africa.

    Russian (Orthodoxy)

    • According to the Russian Polandball wiki, the Russian-speaking Polandball communities call "Caveballs", "non-standard balls". While the Russian-speaking communities use the main 8 caveballs listed above, attempts were repeatedly made to create their own canons. Also in the Russian-speaking space, several new non-standard balls were proposed, which are also not popular/not used at the moment, despite the attempt to popularize them by the large public “Commonwealth Countryballs” on the social network VKontakte:
      • The 0ball is normally used to depict Angels and Adam or Eve (that is, the first people according to Christianity).
        • A Purple 0ball can depict Adam and Eve.
        • A Blue 0ball can depict just Adam.
        • A Pink 0ball can depict just Eve.
        • And a white 0ball can depict an angel.
      • The 9ball is normally used to refer to zombies or any other mutants.
      • The -8ball, depicted as a white ball with a cone on the top of its head, is normally used to symbolize racists, especially members of the Ku Klux Klan.
      • Ancient Greeceball, which refers to Ancient Greeks, is included as a non-standard ball or as a sub-species of a non-standard ball.
      • Germaniaball, Sentineleseball, Eskimosball, and others are also included as a sub-species of a non-standard ball.
      • Political parties and organizations involved in conspiracy theories are depicted as a cube.
      • In rare cases, ideologies were also depicted as balls. It's also important to note that these ideologyballs were used before Polcompball ever existed.



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