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  |Population is around 2,500,000 and most of the population is situated near the river or on valleys approximately 100 miles away from the river.
 
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Revision as of 13:49, 19 April 2020

Note: if you own an FSA state and have not completed the questionnaire, or if you'd prefer to answer directly in this table, feel free to edit this table with information about your state.

Occupied; owner completed questionnaire
Occupied; owner has not completed questionnaire
Occupied; collaborative territory
Occupied but marked for removal
Vacated (previously owned with moderate or significant mapping)
Vacant (no current owner and little or no previous mapping)
Capital Region
Territory Name Owner Theme & analogs First non-native settlement Statehood Year Population density & cities
AR120-01 Huntington Collaborative Washington, DC
Southeast Region
Territory Name Owner Theme & analogs First non-native settlement Statehood Year Population density & cities
AR120-03 Oakhill histor New England 1545 F. Gumryn / 1588 G'vlle Founder-state - or short time later low density
AR120-04 Newlynn PColumbus73 South Carolina 1650-1750
AR120-05 Vacated
AR120-06 Whitestone Z11 Northeast with some Midwestern and Mid-Atlantic influences c. 1610 Shortly after independence, was one of the first states. High density overall, but largely concentrated in metro Lafayette.
AR120-07 Arghenna Fluffr_Nuttr Virginia/Mid Atlantic 1610-1620 or so Likely one of the first states in the union, since it's on the east coast. Maybe a few months after the nation's founding?
AR120-08 Gilliad JarrodCamo North Eastern USA 2015
AR120-09 Penquisset Zytik New England states Same time as New Carnaby (Stanton), whenever that be, probably 1500-1650 Due to emphasis on a country growing from SE to NW, probably an originally incorporated state (I have no idea when the FSA is supposed to have been canonically institutionalized)
AR120-11 New Carnaby Collaborative New York
AR120-12 Culpepper whateversusan Connecticut! Also New Jersey a little. ~1600s Likely a founding member
AR120-13 Oakley mstr
AR120-14 Fermont JayPlaysBeamNG
AR120-15 Vacated
AR120-16 Trinity Island Mapping Expert Rhode Island and Massachusetts 1652 Founding state, one of the first to join the union. It is a state with a medium density. The majority of the population is in New Atwick, with around 1.6 million inhabitants.
AR120-17 Astrantia Marcello New England (Connecticut, Rhode Island, little bit of Massachusetts, Maine) about 1600, 1650 founder state medium density, pop. about 2,5 - 3,5 million, mainly along coast and in Passaqua River valley, largest settlement Hope Harbor, about 250.000 - 350.000
AR120-18 Fellshire yoyo21 Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, western Massachusetts anywhere from 1643-1658 Founding state low population density, total population a little under 1 million
AR120-19 Aidlenaide GregoryLoss
Northeast Region
Territory Name Owner Theme & analogs First non-native settlement Statehood Year Population density & cities
AR120-21 Vacated
AR120-22 Boscainifornio TBMap North Carolina/Virginia 1689 (Catlino Islands) and 1700 (Mainland) FSA Independence
AR120-23 Arlington Pancake Killer Central/Western North Carolina, parts of upstate New York 1803 1810
AR120-24 Laine ifgus
AR120-25 Vacant
AR120-26 Vacant
AR120-27 Caroline Abdy Central-western North Carolina, parts of Tennessee 1740-1760 ~2-3 years after nation's founding
AR120-28 Vacated
AR120-29 Vacated
East Central Region
Territory Name Owner Theme & analogs First non-native settlement Statehood Year Population density & cities
AR120-31 Vacant
AR120-32 East Massodeya Collaborative More information on the Massodeyas can be found at OGF:Federal States/Collaborative States/Massodeya.
AR120-33 West Massodeya Collaborative
AR120-34 Vacant
AR120-35 Washaukee jbobinman East Coast, Appalachia, Southern Ontario 1811 Approx. 15 yrs after FS Founding Lower Density as you travel East, Exception of (planned) Confluence and Brimsville.
AR120-36 Nipewa plainoldbread Ontario 1840 10-15 years after Independence High Density at the Eastern Part of Nipewa
AR120-37 Taviani ZyrellfromJB
West Central Region
Territory Name Owner Theme & analogs First non-native settlement Statehood Year Population density & cities
AR120-42 Osaquoya Poston Oklahoma / North Texas 1830s-1840s along the Alormen River (maybe Thinis?) 1855-1865 St. Joseph, Thinis, Choctamuskee
AR120-43 Mennowa Collaborative
AR120-44 Manara Rhiney boi Midwest, rural Ohio with cities scattered about (realistically!) 1692 1825 One of the less populated regions
AR120-45 Vacant
AR120-46 Aquilia Infrarrojo Nebraska (especially), South Dakota, East Wyoming, a prairie state with some mountain foothills in the north 1810s 1860 Very sparse with only 25 people per square mile, comparable to Nebraska and Nevada. One metro area, less than 300k people, comparable to Lincoln, Sioux Falls, and Topeka, and only 3 towns of 30k people or more. Other than that, the state is composed of rural farmland with sparse pockets of villages along rivers.
AR120-47 Vacant
AR120-48 Suenugan matteditfict
Lakes Region
Territory Name Owner Theme & analogs First non-native settlement Statehood Year Population density & cities
AR120-51 Midesapa theruler
AR120-52 Oronotia Myrcia Wisconsin or Minnesota but much smaller 1760-1790 1820-1840
AR120-53 Walkegan oof boi
AR120-54 Seneppi Ernestpcosby NE Illinois, SE Wisconsin, Michigan 1600-1700? 1827 Northeast/Wallawaukee area with highest population, with Franklinsburgh (originally a Franquese settlement) anchoring southern population and Gramercy in the west part of the state. Rest of central Seneppi is smaller towns, northwest is mostly rural and farms
AR120-55 Minnonigan TheMayor Illinois 1780s 1810-1820 Total population of 7-8mil, heavily concentrated in southern portion of the state with scattered mini-metro areas of 100k-300k in central and northern parts of the state
AR120-57 Insumah Dimitrij
AR120-58 Makaska Luciano Minnesota / Wisconsin / Dakotas 1790-1820 1845
AR120-59 Vacated
AR120-61 Arbenon mattko West Coast / Wisconsin / Michigan 1746 1861 Population concentrated in the coast portion between Matford and Steagall City, New Burback, and the southern Franquese city of Soiseau. Contains ~65% of population. Rural counties to the west.
Mountain Region
Territory Name Owner Theme & analogs First non-native settlement Statehood Year Population density & cities
AR120-71 Vacated
AR120-72 Apawiland iiEarth Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. Some influences from Central California. 1802. (in Saint Adrían). 32+ Tejoma, previously a territory for 'Native Archantans.' Population is around 2,500,000 and most of the population is situated near the river or on valleys approximately 100 miles away from the river.
AR120-73 Tierra Alta Rustem Pasha Arizona, southern California for coastal area 1750s-1760s 1872 Population about 4 to 5 millions, xonccentrated in Playa Gomez and El Rayo.
AR120-74 Vacant
AR120-75 Sierra Brunanter Colorado, Wyoming, Rockies 1830s-1840s 1872 Pop of approx. 4 million, mostly centered around the main river; sparse(r) elsewhere
AR120-76 Vacated
Far Northwest Region
Territory Name Owner Theme & analogs First non-native settlement Statehood Year Population density & cities
AR120-81 Tauhon htx California 1790s 1875 Total population 12 million; mostly concentrated in Jundah Metro Area
AR120-82 Vacant
AR120-83 Belirias (name change soon.) Johnny Northern California + Oregon/Washington Mix Mid-1880's High southern coastal density, very minimal inland, Pop ranges 13M ~ 18M
AR120-84 Cosperica Collaborative Southern California and south-western USA High coastal population density, very low internal. Pop 30M
AR120-85 Vacant
AR120-86 Tempache infinatious Arizona & Southern California 1890 Population 5-7M Most of it is along the coasts. Very rural inland.
AR120-87 Costa Dorada GeoKyle
North Central Region
Territory Name Owner Theme & analogs First non-native settlement Statehood Year Population density & cities
AR120-91 Alormen Collaborative Texas/Louisiana
AR120-92 Tejoma elindio23