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    Gotlandball is an achievement in Crusader Kings 2 that requires you to start as the holder of Gotland and hold the empire of Scandinavia is an island countryball in the Baltic Sea. It is a countyball and provinceball of  Swedenball. It is a sheep shagger.

    History

    Gotlandball was born as an iced  2ball. It was discovered and at the same time adopted in 1658 by  Swedenball.

    How to draw

    That's how to draw Gotlandball:

    1. Color the basic circle shape of this yellow
    2. Draw a green nordic cross (-|--)
    3. Draw the eyes and you've finished.

    Gallery

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    Kingdom of Sweden: The Börk, Heir Of Swedish, And The First EDM In Sweden (Avicii)
    Historical provinces Götalandball Svealandball ( Stockholmball) • Norrlandball
    Sweden
    Provinces Ångermanlandball Blekingeball Bohuslänball Dalarnaball Dalslandball Gotlandball Gästriklandball Hallandball Hälsinglandball Härjedalenball Jämtlandball Lapplandball Medelpadball Norrbottenball Närkeball Ölandball Östergötlandball Skåneball Smålandball Södermanlandball Upplandball Värmlandball Västmanlandball Västerbottenball Västergötlandball
    Former entities Migrants from the South (Prehistoric Europeans) Kingdom of Svearball Kingdom of Götarball Medieval Swedenball Kalmar Unionball Swedish Empireball Sweden-Norwayball
    Can you hear me? S.O.S., Help me put my mind to rest.. - Aloe Blacc
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    BLANDA UPP!!! Nordics STRONK! Long Live Kalmar!
    Countries Denmarkball ( Faroeball Greenlandball) • Estoniaball Finlandball ( Ålandball)• Icelandball Norwayball ( Svalbardball) • Swedenball • ( Gotlandball Ladoniaball) • ( Orkneyball Shetlandball)
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    Historic entities Kalmar Unionball Sweden-Norwayball Denmark-Norwayball
    Cannot into Nordic Estoniaball Latviaball Lithuaniaball
    _ There is no evidence that Vikings wore horns on their helmets; this would have been highly impractical in battle. In fact, the image of Vikings wearing horned helmets stems from the scenography of an 1876 production of the Der Ring des Nibelungen opera cycle by Richard Wagner.
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