Free City of Fort Anfree
Fort Anfree is the largest city in Gagium, having been founded in 1633
by the explorer Salmon Bradley's expedition. Widely seen as the
trade capital of Gagium, Fort Anfree is home to the Gagiumish
Stock Exchange and numerous large businesses and corporations.
Agen was founded in 1598 by fur traders and colonial settlers.
Agen is home to numerous factories and industrial centers, and was
a major producer of steel during the 20th century.
Lochen, having been founded in 1724, quickly developed into a
regional commerce and trade hub. Today, the city is known for its
colonial architecture and textile industry.
Free City of Chatrois
Chatrois (f. 1785) is home to a booming tourism industry and
numerous shopping centers due to its subtropical location and
Allen, founded in 1849 in the midst of the industrial era, quickly
became a booming railroad junction. It now is home to several oil
and natural gas companies.
Laurillac was founded in 1812 as Fort Laurillac, and became the
capital of a young Gagium in 1823. It is still the capital today,
and is home to most confederal government institutions.
New Vitre was founded in 1650 by colonists, though soon
became embroiled in a struggle against natives. Today it is regarded
as the scientific capital of the nation, and is home to numerous
Fort Crowsea was founded in 1853 by Gagiumishes seeking a new life.
It grew into a massive industrial center, and today is home to oil
industries and several factories.