Holy Roman Empire = Germany. Now that you know that...
By the way, here's the link to my account if you're curious.
For those of you who hang out around the Hetalia section, yes I was the one who wrote "Holy Roman Empire".
Well, for the most part, I have recently become a Hetalia fan since the end of August and have now fully intergrated it in my life. I like to think of myself as the sadistic American human hanging around a country-ridden guild...I don't know why, but I just wanted to say that.
Yes, I do believe the theory (Germany = Holy Roman Empire). If you say otherwise, I will just like to say that there is geographical and historical proof that they are the same and there is nothing you can say about it biggrin
For those of you who think I'm talking about the fanfic called "Holy Roman Empire", I'll just humor you here. Jump down the profile if you're not curious. I won't blame you. I wanted to talk about it anyway, since it's the most popular fic on my account to date and I had a freakishly fun time with it.
The idea came up around early September after I read a three-way Germany x Italy x Holy Rome fanfic. Odd enough, this idea would later end up being Chapter 5. Originally, Germany and Italy were supposed to be the only ones with superpowers. But around Chapter 3, I realized that America (and hypothetically England) had powers as well. I decided that I was going to be generous and just handed it around.
The country that I had the most fun choosing an ability for (besides Italy, of course) was Belarus. Sure, she didn't do much, but admit it: if she could travel through shadows, Russia would be universally screwed xd
The hardest one was either Switzerland or Lietchenstein. Personally, the ones I gave them were probabaly the worst that I could've ever given them. I think i jipped them sweatdrop but fortunately, I found something that Liet can do.
Truth of the matter, it was supposed to end at Ch. 21, but then I got depressed at just thinking about it around Chapter 9. After that, the people demanded an epilouge and I answered.