List of fictional American countries

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This is a list of fictional countries supposedly located in North, Central, or South America.


Central America[edit]

"Latin America"[edit]

  • Baracas: Latin American country set in CSI:Miami TV show. Is considered more important for support the torture teams of the U.S. forces in the regional area.
  • Cortuguay: Latin American country beset by revolutions in the film and Harold Robbins novel The Adventurers
  • Curuguay: a generic Latin American banana republic seen in The A-Team
  • Parador: Latin American country from the film Moon Over Parador.
  • Paragonia: Latin American country in the film The Americano
  • Republica de los Cocos: a Latin American state in Su Excelencia starring Mario Moreno (commonly known as Cantinflas)
  • San Cordova: a democracy in Latin America from the Mission: Impossible TV episode "The Elixir"
  • San Cristobal: a Latin American democracy in the Mission: Impossible TV episode "The Code"
  • San Marcos: Latin American republic in Woody Allen's comedy Bananas
  • San Miguel: small South/Central American dictatorship in the film Deal of the Century
  • San Nicasio: a small country from the TV miniseries Persons Unknown
  • San Pascal: a Latin American country in the Mission: Impossible TV episode "The Catafalque"
  • Santales: a small Latin American democracy, from the Mission: Impossible episode "Trek"
  • Sapogonia: imaginary country, located somewhere to the south of Mexico, where all mestizos come from, in the novel Sapogonia by Ana Castillo

North America[edit]

  • Caesar's Legion (Fallout: New Vegas): A post-apocalyptic, Autocratic, Ultra-reactionary, Utilitarian slaver national society based on that of the old Roman Empire. It was founded in 2247. It only appears in Fallout: New Vegas
  • The New California Republic is a post-apocalyptic nation based on values of the Pre-war United States, such as Democracy, liberty, and the rule of law. It was founded in 2186, and appears in Fallout 2 & Fallout: New Vegas.
  • The Enclave was a secretive part of the United States Government, until the Great War destroyed most of the world. It then became one of the only recognizable pre-war government organizations encountered in the series. It was first encountered on the West Coast (Fallout 2, then later on the East Coast in and around what was left of Washington, D.C. (Fallout 3), with Raven Rock Mountain Complex and the fictional Adams Air Force Base (likely based on Andrews Air Force Base) as its largest installations. After that only small remnants of it remained.
  • Shi (Fictional Nation) is a post-apocalyptic nation that is against post-war politics, and uses some of the Chinese culture, such as their ancestors' customs, clothing, language and demeanor. The younger generations, however, seem to rely more on the surviving popular culture interpretations of Chinese culture (such as kung-fu holovideos), rather than actual cultural traditions. It appears in Fallout 2.
  • The Commonwealth: Is a post-apocalyptic nation was what is left of the pre-War American state of Massachusetts in New England. It appears or is mentioned in Fallout 3 and in its add-ons as well.
  • Republic of Dave (also formerly called Kingdom of Tom, Kingdom of Larry, the Republic of Stevie-Ray, Billsylvania, and the New Republic of Stevie-Ray) is a small farming settlement in the far northeast corner of the Capital Wasteland (Fallout 3) that is considered by its close-knit inhabitants to be a sovereign nation-state. This nation is actually closer to a Micronation, because since on-off monarchies and republics with an only family control it, and they only had one citizen working as a teacher or merchant (optional) during the game. This "Nation" only appears in Fallout 3.
  • "City-state of New Vegas" is a self-described authoritarian-technocracy and oligarchic city-state rule technically by a lost last surviving pre-war survivor which have plans to revive civilization and founded in 2274, then discovered by NCR during first battle of hoover dam. It appears in Titular-video game.
  • Allied States of America: A country in the television series Jericho that forms after nuclear weapons are detonated in many of the United States' major cities. Its capital is Cheyenne, Wyoming, and it controls all of the states west of the Mississippi River, with the exception of Texas.
  • United States of America: A country in the television series Jericho. It is only a fictional country because it only rules over the states east of the Mississippi River. Its capital is Columbus, Ohio.
  • Republic of Texas: A country that was formerly the state of Texas, but has the same borders. Its capital is San Antonio because Dallas and Houston were destroyed.
  • the Monroe Republic, ruled by Sebastian Monroe and his government - a neo-feudal republic dictatorship controlling the former Northeastern United States, Michigan, Wisconsin, most of Virginia, New Jersey, as well as a small part of Canada. The Republic's military, the Monroe Militia, enforces strict laws against citizens owning firearms, which are often punished by death. Also, the Monroe Militia hunts down rebels, who uses the Flag of the United States. The capital of the Monroe Republic is Philadelphia with the Independence Hall serving as the capitol building.
  • the Republic of Texas
  • the Georgia Federation
  • the Plains Nation, is dominated by Native Americans-like tribes.
  • the California Commonwealth
  • the Wasteland[2]

South America[edit]


  1. ^ Siembieda, K.; Bellaire, C.; Therrien, S.; Ward, T. & Wujcik, E. (August 2005). Rifts Role-Playing Game, Ultimate Edition. Taylor, MI: Palladium Books. pp. 24–31. ISBN 1-57457-150-9 Check |isbn= value (help). 
  2. ^ "Check out a map of North America 15 years after the blackout". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved October 17, 2012. 
  3. ^ map provided at beginning of book

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