Flag of Vermont
General Information
Location:United States of America
Establishment:March 4, 1791
Disestablishment:October 23rd, 2077
Population:*700,000 (pre-war)
  • 90,000 (post-war)

Vermont, the Green Mountain State, was the 14th state to be admitted into the United States of America. It is bordered by Massachusetts to the south, New Hampshire to the east, New York to the west, and Canada to the north. Its capital was Montpeilier.

Geographical Regions

Vermont Valley

Due to the remote area of Vermont Valley, most of its structures such as farms and small neighborhoods are intact and abandoned.

Sites and settlements

Chittenden County

One of the more radioactive areas of Vermont, there are not many settlements are here, and the area is mainly occupied by raiders. The ruins of Burlington are situated here.

Sites and settlements

Washington County

Washington County is the main base of New Vermont. The former capital of Montpelier has emerged relatively unscathed from the war due to its small size.

Sites and settlements

Bennington County

Bennington County is the main base of the Green Mountain Boys. The village of New Bennington is one of the most popular trade locations in Vermont, let alone in the New England Commonwealth.

Sites and settlements


"Vermont is a state I love. I could not look upon the peaks of Ascutney, Killington and Mansfield without being moved in a way that no other scene could move me. It was here that I first saw the light of day, here that I received my bride. Here my dead lie buried, pillowed among the everlasting hills. I love Vermont because of her hills and valleys, her scenery and invigorating climate, but most of all, I love her because of her indomitable people. They are a race of pioneers who almost impoverished themselves for love of others. If ever the spirit of liberty should vanish from the rest of the Union, it could be restored by the generous share held by the people in this brave little State of Vermont."
―Calvin Coolidge
New England Commonwealth