|State of Wychelle |
Population: 1,560,000 (2020)
Motto: "Per Deum, Bene valemus" ("Through God, we are well")
Wychelle, officially the State of Wychelle, is a state of the Federal States. Bounded on the east by the Akogama River, the state is known for its prairie landscape. The state borders Tennewa to the east, Clamash to the west, Riopoderos to the north, and AR120-47 to the south. Wychelle is over 17,500 square miles in area with a population of over 1.5 million. The capital is Cheviot, located 70 kilometers from the largest city, Nenova.
The state capital Cheviot is a mid-sized city that sits on the Esbon River in southwestern Namara County. It houses the state's governmental institutes and the Wychelle Air Guard at George Benning Airport.
Nenova, the largest city, is located in the far southeastern corner of the state, sitting across the river from Barstone. Many of the city's infrastructure is shared between neighbouring Barstone including the airport.
Kosahee, a small town, is home to the state university, the University of Wychelle.
Other important population centers include Geoghan, Edenglassie, Topinder, and Gelder.
List of counties
Wychelle is divided into 26 counties.
|County Name||County Seat||Population||Area (km²)||Area (mi²)||Number of townships|
|Manaho County||Paquin Springs||1,743.48||673.16|
|Short Cedar County||Elkridge Springs||1,769.61||683.25|
List of muncipalities
The rock band Chelle was formed in the state capitol of Cheviot, the hometown of all the band members
Ben Hurston, singer for the rock band Mondura, was born in Nenova
The state anthem, "Prairie Bells" was written by Percy O'Sullivan in 1905.