Serbia(full name: Republic of Serbia) is a fan made character created by AMBC. He is the eldest brother of Kosovo and Vojvodina, ex-husband of Montenegro, and Bulgaria's arch-rival. His human name is currently unknown, but Kosovo has pointed out that Serbia has one.
Serbia has short, black hair that's a bit spiky and bangs falling over his left eye. Like Italy, Greece and Norway, Serbia possesses a hair curl on the top right side of his head which sticks out in a zig-zag shape. Kosovo and Vojvodina also have this hair curl. He has grey eyes and wears a dark brown jacket over a white shirt and a red tie, blue pants and shoes.
Serbia is said to be lean, but very strong. He is also the same height as France and England.
Serbia was once an empire, who fell under the rule of Turkey, but rebelled against him many times before regaining his independence.
While Serbia means well, he can come off as being hot-headed, prideful, anti-social and stubborn, to the extent of making impulsive decisions. The dissolution of Yugoslavia, his divorce from Montenegro and Kosovo's frequent desire to be recognised has left Serbia bitter and resentful, which contributes to his anti-social nature.
Despite his negative personality, deep down Serbia is actually very protective and family-oriented. His pride hides a selfless heart, who isn't afraid to protect the ones closest to him. According to Sudan, Serbia greatly fears isolation from the rest of the countries, which was partly the reason why the Yugoslav Wars began.
Even with his geeky side and love for science, Serbia is no pushover, especially when he fought many nations during the first millennium.
Serbia loves raspberries and plums, and he likes inventing. He shares Greece's hostility towards Turkey, and he harbours a deep hatred towards Bulgaria. Although they are divorced, it has been made obvious that Serbia and Montenegro still have feelings for each, though Serbia denies this more than Montenegro.
Greece: During their time living with Turkey, Serbia raised the young Greek, becoming a mentor and brother figure to him. He is said to have known Greece's mother when she was Byzantine. Greece often calls Serbia 'adelfós', the Greek word for brother. In modern times, the two countries are still close, with Serbia usually acting as a protective big brother to Greece. Croatia: