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For as long as she can remember, Austria has been Liechtenstein’s ‘father’. He raised her, took care of her, and supported her and her country. Up until the end of WWI, Liechtenstein referred to him as her ‘vati’, and although his piano lessons annoyed her, she loved him more than anything in the world. Things got rather strange after the war, but the two are still very close. Their relationship may never truly be the same, but Austria will always be a huge part of Liechtenstein’s life. He will always be her father.
Growing up, Liechtenstein and Germany were close in age, and because of that, they got along very well. Not only were they the youngest members of the germanic family, but also similar in both appearance. Germany, although younger than Liechtenstein, grew, however, while Liechtenstein stayed the same, giving him the appearance of being much older than her. Germany acts like a father figure to Liechtenstein these days, which Liechtenstein appreciates although finds a little confusing. All in all, though, the two are very fond of each other, and she remains as loyal to him as she did during the days of the German Confederation.
Hungary played the part of Liechtenstein’s mother from her marriage to Austria up until the end of WWI. Although things were definitely weird for Liechtenstein after the war, the two eventually picked up where they left off, and their relationship has become much more like that of equals than of a parent and her child, although there are times when Hungary still treats her as such.
When Liechtenstein was young and dependent on Austria, Prussia’s boss had blamed her for the Austro-Prussian war. Despite that, she has always loved Prussia, likening him to an older brother or perhaps an exciting uncle. The two are cousins though, and Prussia is rather protective of her. In return, Liechtenstein is always spoiling him with gifts and thinks the world of him, which she has for as long as she’s known him.
There is no one in the world that Liechtenstein loves quite the same as the way she loves Switzerland. It’s not a romantic love, no - though she must admit there was one time where she had a crush on him, and probably still does harbor slight feelings for him - but rather a deep familial adoration. Switzerland saved her from death, and he will always be her hero. She’d die for him.
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