Riopoderos

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Riopoderos is a mountainous state in the Federal States of Archanta, bordered by Clamash to the west, Osaquoya to the east, and Tejoma to the northeast.

Etymology

"Riopoderos" is a direct translation from the Castellanese language meaning "the powerful rivers", a reference to the Unnamed and Unnamed Rivers straddling the state's borders in the southwest and northeast, and the Unnamed River that runs along the southern area of the state.

History

Indigenous peoples

Castellanese exploration

Ingerish exploration

Development and Recession

FSA period

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Rivers and Lakes

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Energy

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Water

Politics

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