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The Baas Multiverse

The Baas Multiverse is a collection of alternate reality Earths associated with the American Union roleplay region. These Multiverse Earths are comprised of NationStates regions that have agreed to operate within the same shared Rules of Roleplay. They have the same roleplay year, the same real-world focus, and the same desire to tell a fascinating new world story.

Some regions are connected by unexplained natural "worm-hole-like" phenomena known as "Gateways". These Gateways allow limited travel between each connected Earth. Other Earths lack this connection, but are still considered to be part of the Baas Multiverse.

All current (approved) alternate Earths are listed below.

Please contact Jon (Tessen) if you wish to establish an alternate Earth within the Baas Multiverse.



Earth 1 / "Earth Prime" :: 1920s
An alternate Earth in which France never sold French Louisiana to the United States, the Confederate States won their independence in the American Civil War, Germany never unified, and WWI never happened.

Earth 1 Regions:
--- American Union
--- TransPacific
--- TransAtlantic
--- West Europa
--- Africasia
--- Russena
--- Chindia

Known Gateways:
--- None at this time.

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Earth 2 :: 1920s
An alternate Earth in which France never sold French Louisiana to the United States, the Confederate States won their independence in the American Civil War, and a bloody WWI ravaged across Europe -- although, without interference from the United States. The United States, Dixie, Michigan and Tessen remained neutral during WWI.

Earth 2 Regions:
--- American Union 2

Known Gateways:
--- None at this time.

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Earth 3 :: 1920s
An enigmatic alternate Earth in which modern Democracy was never born, and all nations in North, Central and South America are monarchies (or territories of monarchies). Borders remain inexplicably similar to those on Earth 1.

Earth 3 Regions:
--- American Union 3

Known Gateways:
--- None at this time.

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The following land areas are claimed by the American Union nations located in Canada.

Please select only ONE available "unclaimed nation" land claim to start.

Send a telegram to Jon at The Republic of Tessen to request an available land claim.



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The Democratic States of Cascadia and Columbia -- ("British Columbia"):
--- Satellite Nation of United kingdom au
--- Nation Data:
------- Founded: = 1920 -- (granted satellite status by United Kingdom)
----------- Territory of Great Britain :: 1793-1801 -- (British constitutional monarchy)
----------- Territory of United Kingdom :: 1801-1920 -- (British constitutional monarchy)
----------- Cascadia and Columbia :: 1920-present -- (British satellite / democracy)
------- Capital City: = Vancouver
------- National Ideology: = Liberal
------- Imperial Ideology: = Liberal
------- Head of State: = local elected official
------- Head of Government: = local elected official
------- Legislative Branch: = Parliament
------- National Population: = 1,050,000 --- (men= 263,000)
------- Cultures: = Metis= 436,000, Cree= 277,000, Anglo-Canadian= 152,000, Aleutian= 96,000,
------- Cultures: = British= 73,000, Russian= 7,000, Yue= 3,000, Hakka= 3,000, South Chinese= 3,000
------- Dominant Language: = Native Languages
------- Other Languages: = English, Russian, Chinese
------- Dominant Faith: = Native Religions
------- Other Faiths: = Catholic, Protestant
------- Tech Group: = Canada
------- Current Tech Year: -- 1918
------- Current Culture Year: -- 1910
------- Coastal Nation: = YES
------- Foreign Diplomacy: = NO -- (satellites may not sign treaties or declare war on foreign nations)
--- Vital Resources:*
------- FOREST: = Timber
------- WATER: = Fish
------- MINES: = Gold
------- FARM: = Cattle, Sheep, Raspberries, Apples, Grapes, Wheat
---------- (*Negative NS Timber Industry = cannot use Forest resources)
---------- (*Negative NS Fishing Industry = cannot use Water resources)
---------- (*Negative NS Mining Industry = cannot use Mine resources)
---------- (*Negative NS Agricultural Sector = cannot use Farm resources)
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--- British Columbia -- (includes Alaskan panhandle; minus Vancouver Island)
-------- (Resources: = Timber, Gold, Fish)
-------- (Terrain: = Mountains-Forest)
-------- (Province Capital: = Vancouver)
-------- (Infrastructure: = Towns= 85%, Fishing Villages= 15%)
-------- (Railroads: = Iron Railroad)
-------- (Airports: = --)
-------- (Military: = --)
-------- (Sports: = --)
-------- (Attractions: = --)
-------- (Factories: = NO -- (cities not present))
-------- (Seaports: = NO -- (cities not present))
-------- (POPULATION: = 485,000 --- (men= 121,000 = (25% of population))
-------- (Culture: = Anglo-Canadian= 152,000, Cree= 116,000, Aleutian= 96,000,)
-------- (Culture: = Metis= 58,000, British= 47,000, Russian= 7,000,)
-------- (Culture: = Yue= 3,000, Hakka= 3,000, South Chinese= 3,000)
-------- (Dominant Faith: = Native Religions= 44%, Protestant= 41%)
-------- (Minority Faiths: = Catholic= 12%, Buddhism= 2%, Orthodox= 1%)
--- Vancouver Island
-------- (Resources: = Timber, Fish)
-------- (Terrain: = Mountains-Forest)
-------- (Province Capital: = Victoria)
-------- (Infrastructure: = Towns= 70%, Fishing Villages= 30%)
-------- (Railroads: = --)
-------- (Airports: = --)
-------- (Military: = --)
-------- (Sports: = --)
-------- (Attractions: = --)
-------- (Factories: = NO -- (cities not present))
-------- (Seaports: = NO -- (cities not present))
-------- (POPULATION: = 378,000 --- (men= 95,000 = (25% of population))
-------- (Culture: = Metis= 378,000)
-------- (Dominant Faith: = Catholic= 100%)
-------- (Minority Faiths: = --)
--- Washington
-------- (Resources: = Timber, Raspberries, Apples, Grapes)
-------- (Terrain: = Hills-Clear, Mountains-Forest)
-------- (Province Capital: = New Market -- (RL=Olympia))
-------- (Infrastructure: = Towns= 80%, Orchards= 10%, Vineyards= 7%, Farms= 3%)
-------- (Railroads: = --)
-------- (Airports: = --)
-------- (Military: = --)
-------- (Sports: = --)
-------- (Attractions: = --)
-------- (Factories: = NO -- (cities not present))
-------- (Seaports: = NO -- (cities not present))
-------- (POPULATION: = 48,000 --- (men= 12,000 = (25% of population))
-------- (Culture: = Cree= 41,000, British= 7,000)
-------- (Dominant Faith: = Native Religions= 86%)
-------- (Minority Faiths: = Protestant= 14%)
--- Oregon
-------- (Resources: = Fish, Timber, Grapes)
-------- (Terrain: = Hills-Woodland, Mountains-Woodland, Mountains-Forest)
-------- (Province Capital: = Oregon City)
-------- (Infrastructure: = Towns= 67%, Fishing Villages= 28%, Vineyards= 5%)
-------- (Railroads: = --)
-------- (Airports: = --)
-------- (Military: = --)
-------- (Sports: = --)
-------- (Attractions: = --)
-------- (Factories: = NO -- (cities not present))
-------- (Seaports: = NO -- (cities not present))
-------- (POPULATION: = 93,000 --- (men= 23,000 = (25% of population))
-------- (Culture: = Cree= 80,000, British= 13,000)
-------- (Dominant Faith: = Native Religions= 86%)
-------- (Minority Faiths: = Protestant= 14%)
--- Idaho
-------- (Resources: = Sheep, Cattle, Timber, Wheat)
-------- (Resources: = Gold, Silver, Copper)
-------- (Terrain: = Hills-Woodland, Hills-Forest)
-------- (Province Capital: = Boise)
-------- (Infrastructure: = Towns= 59%, Ranches= 31%, Farms= 10%)
-------- (Railroads: = --)
-------- (Airports: = --)
-------- (Military: = --)
-------- (Sports: = --)
-------- (Attractions: = --)
-------- (Factories: = NO -- (cities not present))
-------- (Seaports: = not allowed; inland province)
-------- (POPULATION: = 46,000 --- (men= 12,000 = (25% of population))
-------- (Culture: = Cree= 40,000, British= 6,000)
-------- (Dominant Faith: = Native Religions= 83%)
-------- (Minority Faiths: = Protestant= 17%)
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St. Marys Falls Canal -- (built by Tessen in 1895):
--- Owned by The Republic of Tessen
-------- Located within Wisconsin, Tessen.
-------- Allows large ships to travel from Lake Huron to Lake Superior.
-------- Max ship size: 270 ft long / 45 feet wide / 14 ft draft.
-------- Contains one shipping lock.
-------- Canal is closed in winter due to ice. Closed December 20 through March 20.
-------- A toll is required of each ship passing through the canal.

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(Send a telegram to Jon at The Republic of Tessen to request an available land claim.)



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