Index:States of the Federal States

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The states of the Federal States are a constituent political entity within the country and shares sovereignty with the federal government. As the country expanded and grew, new states were added to the union. This page provides a snapshot overview of some of the states.

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Alormen Flag.jpg Alormen
Region: AlormenCapital: AlamarPopulation: 17,500,000 (2020)
Statehood: 1809
Etymology: Purported to derive from Mare Calermenones, loosely rendered as "the sea that appears to be warm"
Postal code: AL
State motto: Go big or go home
Largest city: Andreapolis
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: WM flag.png West Massodeya
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Flag of Apawiland.png Apawiland
Region: The WestCapital: SilverdalePopulation: 362,486 (2020)
Etymology: Rakhoda 'aŋpawi' (sun) and English '-land' (Land of the Sun)
Demonym: Apawilander, Apawi (controversial)
Postal code: AW
State motto: "Deus in omnibus." ("God in All of Us.")
Largest city: Silverdale
Other population centers: Gainesboro
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: New Riopoderos flag.png Riopoderos, Flag of Sierra (front).png Sierra
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ClamashFlag.png Clamash
Region: The WestCapital: CliffordPopulation: 2,059,342 (2020)
Statehood: 1866
Etymology: Clamash River
Demonym: Clamashegian
Postal code: CL
State motto: Your Next Adventure
Largest city: Wahanta
Other population centers: Cook Springs, Dunlap, Gantiac, Saunebago
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: Illuvia Flag V2.svg Illuvia, New Riopoderos flag.png Riopoderos, Flag of Sierra (front).png Sierra, Tauhon, WY State flag.svg Wychelle
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Illuvia Flag V2.svg Illuvia
Region: West LakesCapital: ArmotPopulation: (2,750,000)? (2020)
Statehood: 1834/1842
Etymology: Mixing of soils
Demonym: Illuvi
Postal code: IL
State motto: The Everything State
State song: Illuvia my Home
Largest city: Armot
Other population centers: Spencer, Micksbourough, Crinxton, Dos Rios, Ingram
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: ClamashFlag.png Clamash, Flag of Iroquesia.png Iroquesia, Minnonigan Flag.png Minnonigan, FlagTennewa.png Tennewa, WY State flag.svg Wychelle
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Luciano Flag Makaska 01.png Makaska
Region: HeartlandCapital: MarksvillePopulation: 4,732,580 (2020)
Etymology: Rakhoda phrase "maka ska" ("white earth")Postal code: MK
State motto: "Au sein des eaux claires et neiges blanches, prospérité." ("Amidst clear waters and white snows, prosperity.")
Largest city: Ohunkagan
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: Sennepi, WisecotaFlag.png Wisecota, Minara-Flag.png Zakahigan
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Mennowa Flag revised.svg Mennowa
Region: HeartlandCapital: Fort ConstablePopulation: 7,894,321 (2021)
Statehood: 1811
Etymology: Mennowee peoples
Demonym: Mennowan
Postal code: ME
State motto: "Fortiter et fideliter" ("Bravely and faithfully")
State song: "On the Rivers of that Beautiful Prairie"
Largest city: Minneuka
Other population centers: Des Nonnes, New Harmony, and Prairie City
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: Gnaerey, FlagTennewa.png Tennewa, Wauseka, WM flag.png West Massodeya, Minara-Flag.png Zakahigan
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Unknown Flag.png Michisaukee
Region: MassodeyasCapital: DarsonsPopulation: ~4,500,000
Statehood: ~1800
Etymology: Open Land
Demonym: Michikeener
Postal code: MC
State motto: From the river to the hills
Largest city: Massodeya City
Other population centers: Darsons, Manakato, Genutec
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: East Massodeya, Gnaerey, Ogdalenflag.png Ogdalen
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Minnonigan Flag.png Minnonigan
Region: West LakesCapital: ThomasfordPopulation: 6,038,442 (2020)
Statehood: 1818
Etymology: "mino" (pleasant) + "onigam" (portage)
Demonym: Minnonigonian
Postal code: MN
State motto: "Great places, open spaces, and smiling faces"
Largest city: Lake City
Other population centers: Ondassagam, Barre Harbor, Brenton, Gleason
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: Illuvia Flag V2.svg Illuvia, Flag of Iroquesia.png Iroquesia
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Ogdalenflag.png Ogdalen
Region: NortheastCapital: AdamsvillePopulation: 3,500,000
Statehood: 1773
Etymology: The name of a Cherokee Village which meant "Mountain"
Demonym: Ogdalenite
Postal code: OG
State motto: "Libertas Maxime" (Liberty Above All)
State song: Ogdalen, Our Home
Largest city: Adamsville
Other population centers: Graggville, Morganton, Casper
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: Connesee, Eustacia, Michisaukee
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New-flag-opelika.png Opelika
Region: NortheastCapital: CumberlandPopulation: 2,439,051 (2020)
Etymology: the Creek word for "large swamp"
Demonym: Opelikan
Postal code: OP
State motto: "Dignus Erit Accipere" (The Deserving Will Receive)
State song: O, Opelika
Largest city: Richardsport
Other population centers: Holmes, Montegoss
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: Ponquin, 4 FSA OrangeCoast.png Orange Coast
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Penquisset Flag.jpg Penquisset
Region: SoutheastCapital: WarwickPopulation: 6,524,249 (2020)
Statehood: 1810 (Split from Ruppacke)
Etymology: From indigenous population, Pinqiset. Likely derived from the word Pinqi, meaning "Sea", and "Et", meaning "Village". Often translated as "Village by the Sea" or "The Village graced by Navigation".
Demonym: Penquot
Postal code: PQ
State motto: Venture origin
State song: Incandescence
Largest city: Warwick
Other population centers: Duxbury, Woodhaven, Beacon, Newburyport
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: New Carnaby, Ruppacke
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New Riopoderos flag.png Riopoderos
Region: The WestCapital: ColuronaPopulation: 2,874,000 (2021)
Statehood: 1822
Etymology: Poa'ku'iwo peoples
Demonym: Riopoderan
Postal code: RS
State motto: "Across the mountains and plain, we find ourselves."
State song: "Across The Mountains and Plain"
Largest city: Swansonville
Other population centers: Las Animas, Porte Springs
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: Flag of Apawiland.png Apawiland, ClamashFlag.png Clamash, Flag of Sierra (front).png Sierra, FlagTennewa.png Tennewa, WY State flag.svg Wychelle
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Flag of Sierra (front).png Sierra
Region: The WestCapital: ElviraPopulation: ~2,500,000
Statehood: 1872
Etymology: Mountain range, Castellanese
Demonym: Sierran
Postal code: SR
State motto: Totum Mundi (a whole new world)
State song: "From the Mountains to the Seas, Sierra Tis of Thee" (1912), "Mi Sierra Bonita" (trad.)
Largest city: Dennison
Other population centers: Lola, Chapman
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF map (no relation defined)Neighboring states: Alcortez, Flag of Apawiland.png Apawiland, Template:Atascadera, ClamashFlag.png Clamash, New Riopoderos flag.png Riopoderos, Template:Tauhon
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Tempache flag.png Tempache
Region: NorthwestCapital: San PabloPopulation: 6,796,240 (2020)
Etymology: Unknown
Demonym: Tempachian
Postal code: TM
State motto: "Omnes Nos Can Operor Illud" ("We All Can Do It")
Largest city: Los Reyes
Other population centers: Asperic Beach, Dula, Tesoro
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: Alcortez, Template:Atascadera, Cosperica
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WM flag.png West Massodeya
Region: MassodeyasCapital: Caldwell CityPopulation: 3,456,987 (2021)
Statehood: 1805
Etymology: Massodeya River
Demonym: (West) Massodeyan
Postal code: WM
State motto: "United and Free"
State song: "Under Open Skies"
Largest city: Caldwell City
Other population centers: Reeseport, Fort Graham
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: Alormen Flag.jpg Alormen, East Massodeya, Gnaerey, Mennowa Flag revised.svg Mennowa
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WisecotaFlag.png Wisecota
Region: East LakesCapital: Juniper BayPopulation: 3,000,000 (2022)
Statehood: 1799
Etymology: Unknown
Demonym: Wisecotan
Postal code: WI
State motto: La prospérité se forge sur le dos de l'endurance
Largest city: Saigeohn
Other population centers: Juniper Bay, Seewachewa, Cambacere, Lakes Crossing
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: Luciano Flag Makaska 01.png Makaska, Wauseka
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WY State flag.svg Wychelle
Region: West LakesCapital: CheviotPopulation: 960,026 (2020)
Statehood: 1835
Etymology: Derived from Old Ingerish "wych", meaning pliable and supple wood.
Postal code: WY
State motto: "Per Deum, Bene valemus" ("Through God, we are well")
State song: Prairie Bells
Largest city: Nenova
Other population centers: Geoghan
OGFmapicon.png View on the OGF mapNeighboring states: ClamashFlag.png Clamash, Illuvia Flag V2.svg Illuvia, New Riopoderos flag.png Riopoderos, FlagTennewa.png Tennewa
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