General Information
Location:United States of America
Establishment:December 10, 1817
Disestablishment:October 23, 2077
Notable Individuals:Unknown
Factions:Klansmen Confederacy, Brethren of the Shroud
Notable events:Unknown
"Virtute et armis/By Valor And Arms"
―State Motto
Mississippi, the "Magnolia State," derives it's name from the great Mississippi River, which makes up its western boundary. It was the 20th state admitted to the United States of America.

Geographical Regions

Black Prairie

This stretch of overgrown woods and grasslands in the north may seem peaceful, but in fact it was once one of the most despicable war-zones south of the Mason-Dixon. Now it stands more or less serenely, as it once did before the War. This region, taking up most of the northeast portion of the state, even has its own sub-region, the Golden Triangle, which was even more contested than the rest of the region.

Natchez District

The bayous of southwestern Mississippi played host to fabulously wealthy plantations centuries ago. Now it plays host to a new breed of rich whites. The region ambles alongside the Mississippi from the Louisiana border to old Port Gibson in Claiborne County, Mississippi.


Consisting of the former Hancock, Harrison, and Jackson counties, the only counties on the Gulf of Mexico. The coast felt the brunt of the nuclear bombardments in Mississippi because of the Pensacola Shipyards. The region borders Louisiana to the west and Alabama to the east.



"Nothing and nothing could stop Mississippi."
Gwendolyn Brooks
Gulf Commonwealth