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Location: the South Pacific



The West Valley Mountains

The Federal Republic of The West Valley Mountains


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*Includes unrecognized territorial claims

Population: 65,000,000

Capital (and largest city): Leadership City

Official Language: English

National Language: txting

Demonym: West Valley Mountaineer

Government: representative democracy
- President: C. E. Krett
- Vice President: Paul E. Ticks
- Speaker of the House: Stan Dupp
- Chief Justice: Anne R. Key

Establishment: from various colonial empires
Independence: March 18

Land Area: 150,000 km≤
Water Area: 100,000 pools≤

Highest Point:+1000 ft.
Lowest Point:+1000 ft.

GDP (nominal): 54.3 trillion monies
GDP (nominal)per capita: 88,588 monies

Human Development Index (NS Version): 75.91

Currency: money

Time Zone: -10

Drives on the:left

Calling code:+00

Internet TLD: .wvm

Federal Republic of The West Valley Mountains

The Federal Republic of The West Valley Mountains, often called The West Valley Mountains (abbreviated T.W.V.M.), is a federal republic and a representative democracy in the South Pacific. It is an island nation that is bordered entirely by the waters of the South Pacific Ocean. The West Valley Mountains covers more than 180,000 square kilometers and has an estimated population of 65 million people. The West Valley Mountains is a federation that is made up of 9 states, 2 autonomous regions, 1 federal district, and 1 territory.


The terrain of The West Valley Mountains has many towering mountains and wide valleys. This geography inspired the first explorers who landed on the island to give the land the name of The West Valley Mountains.

The standard way to refer to a citizen of The West Valley Mountains is as a "West Valley Mountaineer."


Early inhabitants of The West Valley Mountains most likely came to the island on small rafts thousands of years ago. The tribes adapted to The West Valley Mountains, and farmed plants in the islandís fertile dirt. Many powerful foreign empires later arrived to colonize The West Valley Mountains. When explorers first landed on the islands, they found two powerful and advanced tribes, known as the Third and Fourth Great Tribes. It was believed that they were preceded by even larger tribes. Much of the land where the Great Tribes lived was thick forest, which the colonists couldnít survive in. As a result, most colonies were established on the coastline, with some trading between the colonists and the tribes. Eventually, the colonists rebelled against the empire and gained independence, which resulted in the establishment of the Federal Republic of The West Valley Mountains.

At first, The West Valley Mountains was not a very advanced country, and the government attempted to develop the nation. Large cities, railroads, and highways were built across the nation, and new inventions from all across the world were introduced into the nation. Many houses had access to electricity and clean water. Currently, The West Valley Mountains pursues more scientific advancement. The nation launched its first artificial satellite into space, which was later followed by its first space station. The introduction of the Internet into The West Valley Mountains allowed for instant communication between West Valley Mountaineers and the rest of the world.


The West Valley Mountains stretches across two islands, Flying Penguin Island and the much larger mainland. Flying Penguin Island is a cold, barren tundra, because warm ocean currents flowing towards it are blocked by the mainland. The only parts of the island that are warm enough to sustain large populations of species are the many geothermal features and the coastline. During the winter, flocks of flying penguins migrate to the island for warmth. The mainland is divided across its center by a chain of towering mountains and deep valleys. These mountains are tall enough to affect the movement of air, creating two separate zones of climate. The land south of the mountains is hot and humid, allowing massive tropical rainforests to grow. This region also receives heavy rainfall for most of the year. The hot and humid air is prevented from reaching the north because of the mountains, and thus the north has a cold and dry climate. It has cool summers and is mostly covered by forests of evergreen trees. The largest river in The West Valley Mountains is known as the Great Gorge River. It originates from small springs high in the mountains and flows all the way to the ocean. Along the way, the river cuts through layers of hard rock, creating a large gorge with steep cliffs and waterfalls.


As of now, more than 65 million people call The West Valley Mountains their home. (Actual population: here, because Iím too lazy to keep updating it) Many of them are immigrants from other nations. Immigration to The West Valley Mountains has slowly increased, in part due to the Immigration House Sharing program launched by the government. This program provides a small tax break to any West Valley Mountaineers who are willing to provide temporary housing for immigrants to stay in while they complete their resident or citizenship process and search for permanent housing. There is no clear majority in The West Valley Mountains, with citizens from Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Oceania. Native West Valley Mountaineers also make up a significant portion of the population.

The West Valley Mountains has two main languages, English and Txt. The English language is very old and spoken by many other countries around the world. Txt is a new language that is similar to English, but words are shortened as much as possible and sometimes replaced with numbers, symbols, and emojis. When Txt language is spoken, it sounds exactly like English, and it is most frequently used when typing on digital devices in informal conversations.

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Leadership City


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State 6




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State 2




State 1




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State 7




State 4




State 5


The West Valley Mountains is divided into various administrative divisions. A state consists of a democratic government that can pass its own laws, as long as they comply with national laws. States also send elected representatives to the federal government. The Third and Fourth Great Tribes are autonomous regions, which are governed by traditional methods used by the tribes. Great Gorge National Park, the nationís only national park, is governed by the Great Gorge Park Authority, which passes and enforces laws for visitors entering the park. Flying Penguin Island is a territory that has no government of its own, and is governed by the national government. Citizens of any of these zones in The West Valley Mountains can vote in federal elections. Cities and towns can pass laws of their own as well, as long as they comply with national laws. All elected representatives can only serve for a limited number of terms before they must leave office. The government meets in the capital of Leadership City.

There is a well-known conspiracy theory about the government, which says that the nation is being controlled by a random person from their computer on an online gaming website called Of course, this theory is completely false and it is not known why anyone would believe that.

Foreign Relations and Military

The West Valley Mountains is a member of the World Assembly and the region of the South Pacific. The nation maintains good relations with countries that have endorsed it.

To protect itself from foreign aggression, The West Valley Mountains has developed a device known as the Electric Bomb. Although the Electric Bomb does not directly kill civilians and causes almost no physical destruction, its effects can severely damage a nationís infrastructure. The Electric Bomb is designed to detonate in the upper atmosphere, where it causes an electromagnetic burst. This burst can damage the power grid of a target nation, causing widespread blackouts across major cities within it. Phones, and other electronic devices would be damaged. The West Valley Mountains keeps the number of Electric Bombs it owns top secret, as well as their storage locations.


The West Valley Mountains has a free market economic system, although its large welfare program and policy of state-provided healthcare are considered by some to be aspects of socialism. More than half of the nationís economy is fueled by the private sector, although government industries also make up a significant amount. The largest industry in The West Valley Mountains is information technology. Tourism is also a major part of the economy. Natural resources found in the nation include coal, gas, petroleum, gold, platinum, rare earth elements, uranium, and fertile soil. These resources are important to the economy of The West Valley Mountains.

Science and Technology

The nationís first artificial satellite launched was named West Valley Mountaineer 1, which was a major success. The West Valley Mountainsí first space station was the Starhunter 1 Space Station. The Starhunter 1 Space Station currently has three astronauts onboard, who conduct various research projects. Other scientific projects in The West Valley Mountains include research into a nuclear fusion reactor, which scientists hope will be able to solve the nationís energy needs.


Most West Valley Mountaineers are immigrants or descendants of immigrants. Thus, the nationís culture consists of a mixture of cultures from other countries. Many West Valley Mountaineers also like natural scenes more than artificial scenes, which is why most cities in the country are filled with flowers and other plants. Some national holidays in The West Valley Mountains include The West Valley Mountains Day (March 18), the day that The West Valley Mountains was founded, and Pi Day (March 14).


The diverse culture of The West Valley Mountains means that there are many types of food eaten within the nation. Restaurants that serve food from a specific country or nation are very popular. Cheese is a very common food in the nation, and can be found in most meals, including cheese pizza and cheesecake. The most popular drink is watermelon water, which is water squeezed from a watermelon. Dessert is eaten at almost every meal, although the type of dessert can vary. Some West Valley Mountaineers dislike extremely sweet food, while others crave it.


The road system of The West Valley Mountains is not very extensive, due to the fact that public transportation is preferred. Less than half of West Valley Mountaineers have their own personal automobiles. A large network of railroads, as well as buses and subways in urban areas, make it possible to travel to almost anywhere in the nation without a car. In more rural regions, which have less developed infrastructure, vehicle ownership is more common, about one per family. Speed limits have been completely abolished on the West Valley Mountainous highways.

Air travel is not popular within The West Valley Mountainsí borders, but it is the most common, and only, method of transportation for international travel into and out of the nation. Most major cities in The West Valley Mountains have international airports, which serve airlines from around the world.


The West Valley Mountainsí main source of energy comes from nuclear power. Nuclear power is mostly provided by fission power plants, and scientist are working on building safer and more efficient types of power plants. Wind power is the second largest energy source in The West Valley Mountains. Offshore wind turbines have been built in coastal regions to harness powerful ocean winds.


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