List of fictional American countries

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

Caribbean[edit]

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.
  • Puerto Guavo: Latin American police state in the Joe 90 episode "Big Fish"
  • 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 is an autocratic, ultra-reactionary, utilitarian slaver army founded in 2247 by Edward Sallow (Who later called now simply as Caesar) and Joshua Graham. It is largely inspired and partially based on the ancient Roman Empire, though it isn't the Roman Empire, the Roman Republic or even its military, the Legion. It is a slave army with trappings of foreign-conscripted Roman legionaries during the late empire. All military, no civilian, and with none of the supporting civilian culture. It appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.
  • The New California Republic (NCR) is a federal presidential republic founded in New California by Aradesh also formerly leader of Shady Sands, comprising five contiguous states and additional territories and holdings in pre-War regions in Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, and parts of Mexico.
The Republic dedicates itself to the values of the old world: Democracy, liberty, the rule of law, all in order to make the wasteland a better place. However, its policies resulted in difficulties in recent years. It was founded in 2186, is mentioned in Fallout 3 and Fallout 4, and appears in Fallout 2 & Fallout: New Vegas.
  • The Enclave is a nation state established after the Great War, formed by members of the pre-War United States government and military industrial complex. It claims authority over the territory of the United States of America, considering itself the legal continuation of the U.S. government and styling itself as such. First appearing in Fallout 2, then later in Fallout 3, its add on Broken Steel, and is mentioned from its few remaining survivors appears in Fallout: New Vegas with former soldier who now follower for Children of Atom in Fallout 4's add on Far Harbor.
  • Shi (Fictional Nation) is a post-apocalyptic nation that is against all post-great war politics. It was founded by survived Chinese spies that established most areas from ruins of San Francisco as City State, and uses some elements 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.
  • 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.
  • The Free Economic Zone of New Vegas is a neoliberal autocratic faction led by Pre-Great War survivor Robert House in Fallout: New Vegas. Although it is formally founded if House establishes sovereignty over the Mojave region, in practice, it exists in a practical capacity throughout Mr House's rule in New Vegas.
  • 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.
  • Monroe Republic, was ruled by Sebastian Monroe and his government was a neo-feudal republic dictatorship controlling the former Northeastern United States including 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 use the Flag of the United States. The capital of the Monroe Republic is Philadelphia with the Independence Hall serving as the capitol building, However in end of Season 1 the Monroe Republic's capital was destroyed by Nuclear Missile, along with Georgia Federation's capital as well thus rendering the two nations scattered until the self-proclaimed 'Original American Government', a paramilitary group named 'The Patriots' take the former nations into their territories, until the Patriots were wiped out by Texas in the comic series.
  • The Patriots are semi-Paramiltiary/Political group formed from the pre-blackout American government. Their "capital" was Guantánamo Bay before returning to Washington D.C. They first appear in season 1 finale to destroy both the Monroe Republic and Georgia Federation capitals in order to take the territories rather quickly. It was later revealed that the Patriots are actually planning to start Neo-fascist totalitarian dictatorship and rule America. However, they were later wiped out by Texas in the comic series.
  • Georgia Federation is a nation-state with a government largely modeled after pre-blackout america located in the former 'Dixie' states. They have a high population and standard of living; even using steam-powered vehicle to fuel public and private transportation. This technology and others also bolsters their immense military, similar to that of the former U.S as well, though more oriented towards border patrol rather than invasive war-making.
  • Plains Nation, is dominated by Native Americans-like tribes after blackout, whom circulate a specified territory in the midwest. There are also many scattered settlements, though they are largely self-governed.
  • Texas A nation located in the former US state of Texas, as well as former Mexican Territory, this nation's governance is mostly like that of pre-blackout america, and a high standard of living is enjoyed. While not as advanced as the Georgia Federation, it is stated to be more militarily capable, and the 'Texas Rangers' are served as the main military force. Whilst military and farming technology here is mundane, Texans show great architectural skill, and even have networked newspapers, most notably the 'Austin Star Times'.
  • California Commonwealth A nation formed from the previous states of California, Oregon and Washington. Not much is known about them, though as evidenced in the show, embassies sent by the Monroe republic tend to disappear, and the Californians appear to have rough relations with the Monroe Republic as well. The head of state is revealed to be woman, named Governor Affleck.
  • Wasteland An area shown on a map of the Former continental U.S., it is likely that this area is a lawless region, rather than a political entity.

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South America[edit]

References[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 1-57457-150-8. 
  2. ^ "Check out a map of North America 15 years after the blackout". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved October 17, 2012. 


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