Difference between revisions of "Ateria"

From OpenGeofiction
Jump to navigation Jump to search
(Add regions)
 
(One intermediate revision by the same user not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
[[File:Mount Garibaldi and The Table.jpg|300px|right|thumb|The dormant volcano in Ateria]]Ateria is the fifth province in Deodeca. It's codename is AR060-05. It is the "southwestern" province in Deodeca as a whole. It has a population of 5.5 million people.  
+
=== VISIT  WEBSITE:  [http://enderbyteprograms.ddnsfree.com:10223/ateria.gov/ HERE] ===
 +
[[File:Mount Garibaldi and The Table.jpg|300px|right|thumb|The dormant volcano in Ateria]]Ateria is the fifth province in Deodeca. It's codename is AR060-05. It is the "southwestern" province in Deodeca as a whole. It has a population of 5.5 million people. It borders [PRESENTLY UNCLAIMED] to the Northwest and Oachanuntakan to the East. It borders Ardencia with one crossing (Highway 17). It also borders Ambroisie to the West and has five crossings (TDH-2, 27, 87, 61, 81)
  
 
=== Pre-Ulethan History ===
 
=== Pre-Ulethan History ===
Line 16: Line 17:
 
=== Climate ===
 
=== Climate ===
 
Being surrounded by mountains,  Ateria experiences significantly more precipitation in the south than neighbouring provinces due to trapped moisture. The north of the province has a CSB to BSH Koppen classification while the south (Midway and S) has a DFB (cool, no dry season, warm summers). However, the same can not be said about the north which is rather dry and has a Semiarid classification.
 
Being surrounded by mountains,  Ateria experiences significantly more precipitation in the south than neighbouring provinces due to trapped moisture. The north of the province has a CSB to BSH Koppen classification while the south (Midway and S) has a DFB (cool, no dry season, warm summers). However, the same can not be said about the north which is rather dry and has a Semiarid classification.
 +
 +
== Government Database ==
 +
Everything is logged by the Government of Ateria. Buildings are logged by the last six of seven digits of their postal code. Citizens are given an integer value from C-00000001 to C-99999999. C-codes are for citizens. R-Codes are for permanent residents and may be assigned a value from 0 to 100 million. After a person is deceased their number is NOT freed up
  
 
== Regions, Districts, and Post ==
 
== Regions, Districts, and Post ==
Ateria uses a dual-hierarchial system for subdenominations of land use.
+
Ateria uses a dual-hierarchial system for subdenominations of land use. Province -> Region (ABCDEF) Region -> District (Region letter plus a number from 0-99) These are used for electoral boundaries, post service and provincial/national matters. Towns and cities are independent but in most cases follow district boundaries.
 
 
Province -> Region (ABCDEF)
 
 
 
Region -> District (Region letter plus a number from 0-99)
 
 
 
These are used for electoral boundaries, post service and provincial/national matters.
 
  
Towns and cities are independent but in most cases follow district boundaries.
+
Post system follows lnlnln format, like Canada. This is divided in to [Province][District-subdist (2 chars)][Code(3chars)] followed by a letter descriptor. There are 12 million possible unique postal codes. The last 6 characters of a buildings postal code (including the descriptor) are used for the SystemBuildingCode.  
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
 
|+
 
|+
Line 32: Line 30:
 
!Name
 
!Name
 
!Population
 
!Population
 +
!Postal Code
 
!Notes
 
!Notes
 
|-
 
|-
Line 37: Line 36:
 
|Region of Glenburn
 
|Region of Glenburn
 
|4,080,000
 
|4,080,000
 +
|J0A0A0-A -> J6Z9Z9-Z
 
|Encompasses the city and surrounding suburbs.
 
|Encompasses the city and surrounding suburbs.
 
Includes Ambrosia Island and New Renwick
 
Includes Ambrosia Island and New Renwick
Line 43: Line 43:
 
|Region of Winding River
 
|Region of Winding River
 
|958,000
 
|958,000
 +
|J7A0A0-A -> J8Z9Z9-Z
 
|Pascal inlet, Winding River Valley, Rockfield, Rockdale, etc
 
|Pascal inlet, Winding River Valley, Rockfield, Rockdale, etc
 
|-
 
|-
Line 49: Line 50:
 
Région de Sud et Massif
 
Région de Sud et Massif
 
|254,000
 
|254,000
 +
|J9A0A0-A -> J9M9Z9-Z
 
|Massif Southill, Proxima (contains a majority of the Franquese population)
 
|Massif Southill, Proxima (contains a majority of the Franquese population)
 
|-
 
|-
 
|D
 
|D
 
|Region of the Western Plains
 
|Region of the Western Plains
 +
Région de le ouest prairie
 
|87,000
 
|87,000
 +
|J9N0A0-A -> J9N4A0-A
 
|Springwood Valley, Border with Ambroise, contains franquese population in west
 
|Springwood Valley, Border with Ambroise, contains franquese population in west
 
|-
 
|-
Line 59: Line 63:
 
|Region of Hanapila
 
|Region of Hanapila
 
|183,000
 
|183,000
 +
|J9N40A0-B -> J9Y9Z9-Z
 
|Contains Hanapila and not much else
 
|Contains Hanapila and not much else
 
|-
 
|-
Line 64: Line 69:
 
|Region of the North-east
 
|Region of the North-east
 
|25,000
 
|25,000
 +
|J9Z0A0-A -> J9Z9Z9-Z
 
|Barely populated, driest climate
 
|Barely populated, driest climate
 
|}
 
|}
Line 122: Line 128:
 
|-
 
|-
 
|10a
 
|10a
|University Street
+
|Vestea Highway
 
|New Wilford
 
|New Wilford
|Central street in Downtown Glenburn
+
|The Airport
 +
|
 +
|Primary
 +
|-
 +
|10b
 +
|Main Street
 +
|New Renwick
 +
|New Renwick
 
|
 
|
|Trunk; Primary
+
|Primary
 
|-
 
|-
 
|12
 
|12
Line 239: Line 252:
 
|50
 
|50
 
|Primary
 
|Primary
 +
|-
 +
|62
 +
|University Street
 +
|
 +
|
 +
|
 +
|
 
|-
 
|-
 
|76
 
|76
Line 431: Line 451:
 
|1970
 
|1970
 
|Local train,  technically not LR
 
|Local train,  technically not LR
 +
|}
 +
 +
=== Bridges ===
 +
{| class="wikitable"
 +
|+
 +
!Name
 +
!Length
 +
!Highway
 +
!Notes
 +
|-
 +
|Bridge of Sorority
 +
|7,000 m
 +
|Highway 27
 +
|Riversend -> Armmouth
 +
|-
 +
|Mason Bridge
 +
|
 +
|TDH-2
 +
|Chelenston -> Glenburn
 +
|-
 +
|Alexis Rowe Bridge
 +
|
 +
|Highway 88
 +
|
 +
|-
 +
|Doyle Bridge
 +
|
 +
|Highway 62
 +
|
 
|}
 
|}
  

Latest revision as of 02:14, 27 May 2023

VISIT WEBSITE: HERE

The dormant volcano in Ateria

Ateria is the fifth province in Deodeca. It's codename is AR060-05. It is the "southwestern" province in Deodeca as a whole. It has a population of 5.5 million people. It borders [PRESENTLY UNCLAIMED] to the Northwest and Oachanuntakan to the East. It borders Ardencia with one crossing (Highway 17). It also borders Ambroisie to the West and has five crossings (TDH-2, 27, 87, 61, 81)

Pre-Ulethan History

Lusher Boreal forests in the wetter south

Ingerish colonizers as opposed to franquese ones...

[TODO]!

Modern History

The semiarid grasslands of Northern Ateria

[TODO]!

Landscape

Ateria is one of the five landlocked provinces. That said, it does contain a portion of the largest lake: Lake Oachanuntakan (OA). This lake is fed mostly by the Ateria River and Winding River, the former of which is an amalgamation of the Ateria, Ruby, and Kelekel Rivers.

Climate

Being surrounded by mountains, Ateria experiences significantly more precipitation in the south than neighbouring provinces due to trapped moisture. The north of the province has a CSB to BSH Koppen classification while the south (Midway and S) has a DFB (cool, no dry season, warm summers). However, the same can not be said about the north which is rather dry and has a Semiarid classification.

Government Database

Everything is logged by the Government of Ateria. Buildings are logged by the last six of seven digits of their postal code. Citizens are given an integer value from C-00000001 to C-99999999. C-codes are for citizens. R-Codes are for permanent residents and may be assigned a value from 0 to 100 million. After a person is deceased their number is NOT freed up

Regions, Districts, and Post

Ateria uses a dual-hierarchial system for subdenominations of land use. Province -> Region (ABCDEF) Region -> District (Region letter plus a number from 0-99) These are used for electoral boundaries, post service and provincial/national matters. Towns and cities are independent but in most cases follow district boundaries.

Post system follows lnlnln format, like Canada. This is divided in to [Province][District-subdist (2 chars)][Code(3chars)] followed by a letter descriptor. There are 12 million possible unique postal codes. The last 6 characters of a buildings postal code (including the descriptor) are used for the SystemBuildingCode.

Code Name Population Postal Code Notes
A Region of Glenburn 4,080,000 J0A0A0-A -> J6Z9Z9-Z Encompasses the city and surrounding suburbs.

Includes Ambrosia Island and New Renwick

B Region of Winding River 958,000 J7A0A0-A -> J8Z9Z9-Z Pascal inlet, Winding River Valley, Rockfield, Rockdale, etc
C Region of Massif

Région de Sud et Massif

254,000 J9A0A0-A -> J9M9Z9-Z Massif Southill, Proxima (contains a majority of the Franquese population)
D Region of the Western Plains

Région de le ouest prairie

87,000 J9N0A0-A -> J9N4A0-A Springwood Valley, Border with Ambroise, contains franquese population in west
E Region of Hanapila 183,000 J9N40A0-B -> J9Y9Z9-Z Contains Hanapila and not much else
F Region of the North-east 25,000 J9Z0A0-A -> J9Z9Z9-Z Barely populated, driest climate

Infrastructure

Highways

Number Name(s) Start (W/S) End (E/N) Length (km) Type
1 Trans-Deodeca Highway, Highway 1 Royal Bay Ferry Terminal -04 border, Boundary pass ~200 Motorway, Trunk
2 Trans-Deodeca Highway 2, Ateria City Highway Lowlands Ambroise Border ~250 Motorway, Trunk
3 Central Street The docks Downtown Carli Hill Trunk
4 Grand Boulevard AT-18 at Riverside Jct Central Street in Eldereach Motorway, Primary
5 Hanapila Highway AT-16 near Hanapila AT-81 near Lac Toumas Primary; Secondary
10 Mayor Jimmy H. Makintyre Freeway New Wilford AT-1 @ New Sprawlinston Motorway
10a Vestea Highway New Wilford The Airport Primary
10b Main Street New Renwick New Renwick Primary
12 Ambroise Border Carleton 10 Secondary Road
13 TDH2 at Massif 27 at Harnsbury 50 Secondary Road
14 Exit 201 TDH 2 @ Massif 82 @ Cullfield 30 Primary Road
15 Grahmston Hawanas Valley Secondary Road
16 Buckenstadt Rellanton Primary; Secondary
17 Ardencia Pass Highway Ardencia Border Massif ?? Primary Road
27 Highway 27 Ambroise Border near Springwood TDH2 at Riversend [Construction extension to H81] 70 Primary; Trunk
33 Lake Coast Freeway, Highway 33 East Lowlands Junction Rockfield Junction !?? Motorway
33a Marine Way; Lake Coast Highway Highway 81 near Marine Highway 86 in Rockfield 50 Primary Road, Trunk
33b Old Lake Coast Highway 33a near Downtown Winding River 33 near Bench 20 Secondary Road
38 Crannat Connector Edge of GB suburbs AT-1 in suburbia Motorway
41 AT-81 near Armmouth AT-81 Secondary
59 Glenburn Carli Hill 40 Motorway; Trunk
60 Menningsbrink Springwood Secondary
60a Menningsbrink Carl Pass Secondary
61 Horace Valley Highway Menningsbrink Makari 50 Primary
62 University Street
76 Ateria City Highway TDH2 @ Glenburn AT1 @ Eldereach 10 Motorway
81 Lake Coast Highway; Trans-Ateria Highway Lac Toumas OA Border near Natrum City 300-400?? Primary Road
81c Sasquatch Valley Road Sasquatch Valley Oatchan Valley Tertiary
82 TDH2 Exit 175 (Cullfield) OA-D3 Border 30?? Primary Road
83 TDH2 @ Junction City Northwest Hanapila 100-200 Primary Road
86 Highway 86 Highway 81 ?? Border 100 Motorway, Trunk
86a Rockfield Bypass;Winding River Highway; Kringle Highway Marine Way (33a) 86 @ Elphinstone jct 10 Trunk
86b Harundell Road 86 @ Exit 53 (Rockfield) 86 @ Westridge 30 Secondary
86c Queen Amyia Highway 86 @ Amyia Town Holanora 40 Primary
87 Ambroise Border Loch Lake 100 Primary
87a Orogamok Farmsville Secondary
88 Water Street AT-1 @ Royal Bay TDH-2 @ Exit 60 ?? Primary; Secondary; Tertiary
88a River Road West 88 @ Highlands Not Yet Implemented Primary

Airports

Name Cities served Runways Gates COde Notes
Glenburn International Airport Glenburn and suburbs 4 148 DGL
Castleton-Midway Regional Airport Castleton, Midway 1 5 DCM Sometimes considered proxy airport to Glenburn
Southill regional airport Southill 1 3 DSH Very minimally used
Proxima Island Airfield Proxima Island 1 1 DPX
Winding River-Rockfield International Airport Winding River, Rockfield 2 49 DWR
Massif Airport Massif 3 15 DMS Based off an AirportCEO Airport
Hanapila Nicene Airport Hanapila, Nicene 3 8 DXH
An image of the 2022/2023 Glenburn Metro map

Subway/Light Rail

Both Massif and Glenburn have light-rail systems. Massif is mainly at-grade but Glenburn functions as more of a traditional underground/elevated train. In the map shown here, a double line is a train whereas the single line is a subway.

Glenburn
Line Name Stops Year built Notes
Bennett Line (Formerly Green line) 13 1985 (extended 2000 and 2015) Stops 9-13 are currently NYB
Blue Line 15 1978 (extended 1999) Topsham - Downtown
Orange Line 11 1992 (extended 2015) Stops 8-11 are currently NYB
Purple Line 10 1978 (extended 2008 and 2022) One of the two original lines
Red Local Train 5 1964 (modernized 2015) Local train, technically not LR
River Local Train 5 1970 Local train, technically not LR

Bridges

Name Length Highway Notes
Bridge of Sorority 7,000 m Highway 27 Riversend -> Armmouth
Mason Bridge TDH-2 Chelenston -> Glenburn
Alexis Rowe Bridge Highway 88
Doyle Bridge Highway 62

Demographics

Religion

Christic: 27%

Amyian: 32%

Sienist: 5%

Unaffiliated: 35%

Other: <1%