Here is Part Two of the European countries. This time, it's the Austria-Hungary couple! (Husband and wife)
Nation's name: Republik Osterreich (The Republic of Austria)
Birthday: October 26th, 476 A.D.
National flower: Edelweiss (same as Switzerland's)
Human name: Roderich Edelstein
Age: Do the math XD
A super power with an elegance that was born of the Habsburg family and prides himself on glorious days that once were.
Gets along poorly with France because he is always being poked and taken lightly by him.
His personality is a bit more optimistic and quiet than Germany's, but because he is a bit stubborn, he has been left behind by the times.
Is the type who loves art, music, and the food culture of his own country. He gives priority to his hobbies rather than to work.
Compared to Germany, he is also more well-spoken, and it feels almost as though he was raised as a young master of some rich household.
Nation's name: Magyar Koztarsasag (The Republic of Hungary)
Wedding Anniversary: June 8th, 1867 (This refers to the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867, when she married Austria)
National flower: Geranium and tulips
Human name: Elizabeth Héderváry
A long time ago, Hungary was a nomadic nation that chased horses on the plains.
After settling down, became a pitiful nation that was constantly invaded by other nations.
Because other nations aren't really nice to her, she loves Austria because he was a bit kinder to her.
The Monarchy of Austria-Hungry had a compromise that said they would support each other in a fight...though it was more like asking Austria for help.
Even though it was for a short time, Hungary is proud of the union she had with Austria.
Her personality is introverted, but she works hard behind the scenes.
Sometimes her tongue slips and her potty mouth from her days as a horse-riding nomad would rear its ugly head.
Doesn't get along with Romanians to the point she'd use Romanian names to name her dogs.
Also, for those who are wondering about scanlations, they will come after all the nation's profiles are done. Translating is not that easy, if not completely time-consuming. Please be patient.