|State of West Massodeya |
Capital: Caldwell City
Population: 3,456,789 (estimated) (2021)
Motto: "United and Free"
West Massodeya is a state located in the East Central Region of the Federal States. The state is defined by is fertile prairies and river valleys. The Alormen River marks the western boundary with Tejoma, Osaquoya, and Mennowa (from north to south). The Jericho and Thinis metropolitan areas spill over into West Massodeya across this river. The southern border is marked by the Massodeya River, separating it from Gnaerey. Reeseport is the second largest city in West Massodeya and the largest on this river between Massodeya City and the confluence with the Alormen River. To the east is East Massodeya, and Alormen borders the state to the north. The capital and largest city is Caldwell City.
West Massodeya was a historical crossroads for western expansion from the mid-Ardentic states to the northwest. West Massodeya was originally settled in the last half of the 18th century and early part of the 19th century. Settlers, primarily from the eastern states, arrived in the Massodeya River valley and eventually spread through the region. The Massodeya Territory was established, and ultimately split into two states upon statehood. Later, a branch of the transcontinental railroad network from Huntington to Sierra was constructed through the state. Its culture is still largely dominated by the historical agriculture and transportation along the rivers, motorways, and railroads.
West Massodeya is administratively divided into 32 counties.
|Name||Abbrev.||Map||Largest City||Estimated population||Area (km²)||Area (mi²)|
|County Bastelle||BA||Map∈⊾||Caldwell City||500,000||2763.70||1067.07|
|County Caldwell||CA||Map∈⊾||Caldwell's Crossing||105,000||3992.02||1541.33|
|County Clark||CL||Map∈⊾||Clark Center||40,000||4796.14||1851.80|
|County Girard||GI||Map∈⊾||Cookeville or Richards||30,000||2766.75||1068.25|
|County Hambleton||HA||Map∈⊾||Boggs City||25,000||3020.29||1166.14|
|County Huntington||HU||Map∈⊾||Fort Graham||100,000||4208.26||1624.82|
|County Larkin||LA||Map∈⊾||Oil Plains||30,000||3472.99||1340.93|
|County Platt||PL||Map∈⊾||New Burton||75,000||3863.02||1491.52|
|County Two Rivers||TR||Map∈⊾||60,000||3691.44||1425.27|
West Massodeya has its own state highway system∈⊾ and a collection of Federal States motorways. The national motorways in the state are FS-1, FS-50, and FS-55.
- Federal States Highway 50: A transcontinental motorway that skirts the northern edges of the Massodeya River between Massodeya City and Thinis. It provides access to Reeseport and Fort Graham.
- Federal States Highway 55: A north–south motorway that roughly parallels the Alormen River.
- Federal States Highway 160: This short auxiliary route is that serves as an extension of FS-60 in Jericho and connects to FS-55.
- Federal States Highway 45: This highway is not presently mapped but has been allotted to West Massodeya, Gnaerey, and other central states as a north-south corridor to connect Caldwell City, Reeseport, and points south. Collaboration with neighboring states will determine if this route will be mapped.
|States||Alcortez · Alormen(c) · Apawiland · Astrantia · Atascadera · Clamash · Cosperica(c) · East Massodeya · Elway · Eustacia(c) · Fellshire · Gnaerey · Hyde · Iroquesia · Laine · Makaska · Mennowa · Michisaukee(c) · Minnonigan · New Carnaby(c) · Ogdalen · Ossasitan · Penquisset · Riopoderos · Ruppacke · Seneppi · Sierra · Tauhon · Tempache · Tennewa · Wauseka · West Massodeya(c) · Whitestone · Wilthamshire · Wisecota · Wychelle · Zakahigan|
|Overseas Territories||Arecales(c) · Hartford Islands · Nahuwa Atoll|