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The Missouri Confederation





Motto: All A Man Has Is His Word

Anthem: 'Harvest Moon Hanging' [Composed by Maylene and the Sons of Disaster]


We have all been cursed by the dark horse

Second chances few and far between

There's no halo hanging up above me

The ministry is equal to the disease

(Let's go down into the water)

Hear the choir on the shoreline sing

(The Mississippi ain't the river Jordan)

It won't wash me clean

Harvest moon hanging in the night sky

Medicine is flowing through my veins

(Take that anyway you want to)

I would consider it some sage advice

(There's a devil sitting on my shoulder)

He's speaking to me tonight

There is a struggle inside me, salvation keeps pulling me

I go back and forth and back again

A thousand pills won't cure my bad luck

I think this is who I was born to be

Another day standing at the crossroads

The holy ghost creeping up on me

(Let's go down into the water)

Hear the choir on the shoreline sing

(The Mississippi ain't the river Jordan)

It won't wash me clean

There is a struggle inside me, salvation keeps pulling me

I go back and forth and back again

(There's a revelation when you come undone and your

whole world comes unwound)

I'm unwound it keeps coming

(Every shadow comes from the sun)

So let the sun shine down upon me

Salvation keeps pulling me

I go back and forth and back again

Let the circle be unbroken swing low sweet chariot

Stuck in this broken life trying to be divine in the eyes of God]

[Link to Anthem: Harvest Moon Hanging

Capital: St. Louis

Languages: English

Government: Confederate Republic

President: Sonny Perdue

Vice President:

Population: 17,763,357

Land Area: 334,466 mi2

Demonym: Mississippian [Missourian; Arkansan, Louisianian, Nebraskan, Kansan]

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The States

The Mississippi Confederation has 3 states; Missouri, Arkansas and Louisiana. They are all culturally tied to an extent, but also each have a cultural identity all their own. The State level of government Hierarchy is very important in the Mississippi Confederation. While the central government has absolute control over war, foreign policy and things of that nature, the state is able to dictate most of its own internal affairs and laws.


Nickname(s): The Show-Me State (unofficial)

Motto(s): Salus populi suprema lex esto (Latin)


Official language(s): English

Demonym: Missourian

Capital: Jefferson City

Largest city: Kansas City

Largest metro area: Greater St Louis Area


- Total 69,704 sq mi

(180,533 km²)

- Width 240 miles (385 km)

- Length 300 miles (480 km)

- % water 1.17

- Latitude 36° N to 40° 37′ N

- Longitude 89° 6′ W to 95° 46′ W


- Total 5,911,605 (2008 est.)[2]

5,595,211 (2000)

- Density 85.3/sq mi (32.95/km²)

- Median income $45,114 (37st)


- Highest point Taum Sauk Mountain

1,772 ft (540 m)

- Mean 800 ft (240 m)

- Lowest point St. Francis River

230 ft (70 m)

Governor: Jim Jacobs

Lieutenant Governor:


Time zone: Central : UTC-6/-5

Abbreviations: MO

Website: www.mo.gov



Nickname(s): The Natural State

Motto(s): Regnat populus (Latin)


Official language(s): English

Demonym: Arkansan

Capital: Little Rock

Largest city: Little Rock

Largest metro area: Little Rock Metropolitan Area


- Total 53,179 sq mi

(137,002 km²)

- Width 239 miles (385 km)

- Length 261 miles (420 km)

- % water 2.09

- Latitude 33° 00′ N to 36° 30′ N

- Longitude 89° 39′ W to 94° 37′ W


- Total 2,855,390 (2008 est.)

2,673,400 (2000)

- Density 51.34/sq mi (19.82/km²)


- Highest point Mount Magazine

2,753 ft (840 m)

- Mean 650 ft (198 m)

- Lowest point Ouachita River

55 ft (17 m)

Governor: John Jacobs

Lieutenant Governor:


Time zone Central: UTC-6/DST-5

Abbreviations: AR

Website: www.arkansas.gov



Nickname(s): Bayou State • Child of the Mississippi

Creole State • Pelican State (official) • Sportsman's Paradise • Sugar State

Motto(s): Union, Justice, and Confidence

Union, justice, et confiance (French)

Lunyon, justis, et confyans (Louisiana Creole)


Official language(s): De jure: None; De facto: English and French

Demonym: Louisianian, Louisianais (French)

Capital: Baton Rouge

Largest city: New Orleans

Largest metro area: New Orleans metro area


- Total 51,885 sq mi

(135,382 km²)

- Width 130 miles (210 km)

- Length 379 miles (610 km)

- % water 16

- Latitude 28° 56′ N to 33° 01′ N

- Longitude 88° 49′ W to 94° 03′ W

Population: Ranked 25th in the US

- Total 4,410,796 (2008 est.)

4,468,976 (2000)

- Density 102.59/sq mi (39.61/km²)


- Highest point Driskill Mountain

535 ft (163 m)

- Mean 98 ft (30 m)

- Lowest point New Orleans

-9 ft (-2 m)

Governor: Tom Harper

Lieutenant Governor:


Time zone: Central: UTC-6/-5

Abbreviations: LA

Website: www.louisiana.gov


The Territories

The Mississippi Confederation has 2 territories, Nebraska and Kansas. Much like the states they are very similar, but they also have individual identities. They are also similar to the states in that they run their own affairs for the most part, relying on the Central Government almost exclusively for economic support and military defense.


Nickname(s): Cornhusker State

Motto(s): Equality Before the Law


Official language(s): English

Demonym: Nebraskan

Capital: Lincoln

Largest city: Omaha

Largest metro area Omaha-Council Bluffs

Area :

- Total 77,421 sq mi

(200,520 km²)

- Width 210 miles (340 km)

- Length 430 miles (690 km)

- % water 0.7

- Latitude 40° N to 43° N

- Longitude 95° 19' W to 104° 03' W


- Total 1,783,432 (2008 est.).)

- Density 23.1/sq mi (8.91/km²)

- Median income $44,623


- Highest point Panorama Point

5,424 ft (1,653 m)

- Mean 2,592 ft (790 m)

- Lowest point Missouri River

840 ft (256 m)

Governor: Dave Heineman

Lieutenant Governor: Rick Sheehy


Time zones:

- most of state Central: UTC-6/-5

- panhandle Mountain: UTC-7/-6

Abbreviations: NE

Website: www.nebraska.gov


Nickname(s): The Sunflower State (official nickname) or The Wheat State

Motto(s): Ad astra per aspera


Official language(s) English

Demonym Kansan

Capital: Topeka

Largest city: Wichita

Largest metro area: Kansas City Metropolitan Area


- Total 82,277 sq mi

(213,096 km²)

- Width 211 miles (340 km)

- Length 417 miles (645 km)

- % water 0.56

- Latitude 37° N to 40° N

- Longitude 94° 35′ W to 102° 3′ W


- Total 2,802,134 (2008 est.)[2]

2,688,418 (2000)

- Density 32.9/sq mi (12.7/km²)


- Highest point Mount Sunflower

4,039 ft (1,232 m)

- Mean 2,000 ft (600 m)

- Lowest point Verdigris River

679 ft (207 m)

Governor: Mark Parkinson

Lieutenant Governor: Troy Findley


Time zones:

- most of state Central: UTC-6/-5

- 4 western counties Mountain: UTC-7/-6

Abbreviations: KS

Website: www.kansas.gov

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The Confederated Ground Forces

The Confederated Ground Forces operate as the main Ground Force and Military Response for the Mississippi Confederation. Upon formation, it was agreed that the central government would have sole control over the entirety of the military. This was to avoid the slowing effect of organizing three seperate militaries into one effective response.


Standard Infantry Tactical Body Armor


Standard Infantry Tactical Body Armor affords prtection of all vital areas. These include the head, neck, chest, abdomen, groin, thighs, shins, deltoids, forearms, elbows and knees. Hardened communications gear are standard with each unit. The visors also include multiple vision modes. All units also protect against biological attacks and agents, as well as moderately protect against nuclear radiation. [i.e. This means that a soldier wearing Standard Infantry Tactical Body Armor can fight in an irradiated area for several hours before having to evacuate.]

There are also many styles of camoflague. Pictureed above is the standard Urban camoflague design. Others are Desert, Jungle, Forest, Tundra and Winter.

Standard Secret Service Tactical Body Armor


The only difference between Standard Secret Service Tactical Body Armor and Standard Infantry Tactical Body Armor is that it has a different color scheme and thicker armor on the chest and abdomen. Secret Service are tasked not only with guarding high-profile government officials, but also with guarding important government sites.

Standard Infantry Rifle- C36 + C36S [Carbine]


The C36 is a clone of the famous G36 rifle, save for its cartridge. In order to gain superior stopping power without significantly sacrificing muzzle velocity or accuracy. The answer was to chamber the 6.8mm round, a compromise between the popular 5.56x45mm round and the 7.62x39mm round used by the AK-47. The result was a rifle with surprising versatility and flexibility. The C36 also has a carbine variant, the C36S [short].


Weight 3.63 kg (8 lb) (C36)

3.30 kg (7.3 lb) (C36S)

Length 999 mm (39.3 in) stock extracted / 758 mm (29.8 in) stock folded (G36)

860 mm (33.9 in) stock extended / 615 mm (24.2 in) stock folded (C36S)

Barrel length: 480 mm (18.9 in) (C36)

318 mm (12.5 in) (C36S)

Width: 64 mm (2.5 in)

Height: 320 mm (12.6 in) (C36, C36S)

Cartridge: 6.8mm

Action: Gas-operated, rotating bolt

Rate of fire: 750 rounds/min cyclic

Muzzle velocity: 920 m/s (3,018 ft/s) (C36)

850 m/s (2,788.7 ft/s) (C36S)

Effective range: 200 to 800 m sight adjustment

Feed system: 30-round detachable box magazine or 100-round C-Mag drum magazine

Sights: Reflex sight with 1x magnification, telescopic sight with 3x magnification and back-up fixed notch sight

Standard Infantry Sidearm- CP80


Weight: 2.437 lb (1,105 g) empty, w/ magazine (FM 23–35, 1940)

Length: 8.25 in (210 mm)[2]

Barrel length: 5.03 in (127 mm)

Cartridge: .45 ACP

Action: Recoil-operated, closed bolt

Rate of fire: Semi-automatic

Muzzle velocity: 830 ft/s (244 m/s)

Effective range: 50 meters

Feed system: 7 rounds (standard-capacity magazine), +1 in chamber


Main Infantry Fighting Vehicle/APC- Mark 90 [M190] Behemoth



Weight: 20.9 tonnes

Length: 7.64 m

Width: 3.20 m

Height: 2.98 m

Crew: 3 (+9 passengers)

Armor: Classified

Primary Armament: 30mm Shipunov 2A42 cannon (500 rounds)

Secondary Armament: 7.62mm PKT machine gun (2000 rounds), AT-5 Spandrel ATGM, one 30 mm automatic grenade launcher (400 rounds).

Engine: Turbocharged Diesel; 510 hp (380 kW)

Power/weight: 24 hp/tonne

Suspension: Wheeled 8×8

Operational Range: 800 km

Speed: 100 km/h, swim 9 km/h

Main Battle Tank- C5A Leopard



Weight: 62.3 tonnes

Length: 9.97 m (393 in) (gun forward)

Width: 3.75 m (148 in)

Height: 3.0 m (120 in)

Crew: 4

Armour: 3rd Generation composite; including high-hardness steel, tungsten and plastic filler with ceramic component.

Primary Armament: 1 x 120 mm Rheinmetall L55 smoothbore gun

Secondary Armament: 2 x 7.62 mm MG3A1

Engine: MTU MB 873 Ka-501 12-cylinder diesel; 1,500 PS (1,479 hp, 1,103 kW) at 2600 rpm

Power/Weight: 24.1 PS/t (17.7 kW/t)

Transmission: Renk HSWL 354

Suspension: Torsion-bar

Operational Range: 550 km (340 mi) (internal fuel) [1]

Speed: 72 km/h (45 mph) [1]

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The Confederated Air Force


C-22 Raptor


Role: Stealth Air Superiority Fighter

Classified- Number of Squadrons: 30[300 Planes]

C-47 Wraith


Role: Interceptor

Classified- Number of Squadrons: 10[100 Planes]

*Note- The Forward swept wing design allows for extreme maneuverability at sub-sonic speeds and the retention of more maneuverability at supersonic speeds

C-35 Locust


Role: Stealth Strike Fighter

Classified- Number of Squadrons: 10[100 Planes]

OOC Note- This is not intended to be a straight up F-35. It has had some of the 'Jack of All Trades' technology stripped and is intended to largely fill the role of Strike Fighter, therefore allowing for more specialization and efficiency.


C-160 Archangel


Role: Strategic Heavy Bomber

Classified- Number of Squadrons: 8[80 Planes]

C-180 Seraphim


Role: Stealth Heavy Bomber

Classified- Number of Squadrons: 2[20 Planes]

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National Wonders and Important National Improvements

National Wonders

New Orleans Stock Exchange


The Kansas City Stock Exchange is the pinnacle of the Confederate economy. Almost as much of a symbol of accomplishment as it is of economic success, the Kansas City Stock Exchange is the central hub for all trading in the Confederacy. It has helped transform Kansas City into the financial capital of the Confederacy and has attracted much international business to the country.

Important National Improvements


There are 5 major banks within the Confederacy: Great Southern, Mississippi National Bank, Harper and Howell Banking, Guarantee Bank and Liberty Bank.

Hospitals (Clinics)

There are 5 major hospital organizations in the Mississippi Confederation. They are Cox Health, St. John's Hospital, Hoffenburg Health, Nebraska Health Organization and St. James Medical.

National Hospital (Hospital)


The largest and most advanced hospital in the Confederacy is the North Kansas City Hospital, in Kansas City East, MO. It boasts the latest in Confederate health and medical technology. It is also home to the lab where most of the advancements are born.

Cameron Drydock

Cameron Drydock is a naval base in Cameron, LA.

Classified- North Island, Marsh Island and Mandeville Shipyards


The shipyards at North Island, Marsh Island and Mandeville, LA are the sites of building and docking of the most advanced ships in the Confederate Navy.

New Orleans Harbor


New Orleans Harbor by far the largest harbor in the Confederacy. It handles large percentages of imports and exports from the nation, being at the mouth of the Mississippi and the entrance to the Gulf of Mexico.

Embassy Row (Foreign Ministry)

Embassy Row is located in downtown St. Louis and is of course home to the housing and relations complexes of foreign diplomats to the Confederation.

Department of Overwatch Field Offices (Intelligence Agencies)


The Department of Overwatch has two field offices, one in St. Louis and another in Little Rock. The Department of Overwatch can be likened to the CIA or other intelligence departments in other nations.

American Football Stadiums


As of now, there are five American Football stadiums in the Mississippi Confederation. The following is a list of stadium locations and teams; Kansas City Chiefs, St. Louis Rams, New Orleans Saints, Omaha Prowlers and the Little Rock Bulls.

State Universities (Schools)


Because of the structure of the nation as a confederacy, there are two levels of universities, State level and National level. State schools are equivalent to state schools in other nations while National schools are equivalent to Ivy League schools and other especially prestigious universities.

The five State Universities are the University of Nebraska, the University of Kansas, Missouri State University, the University of Arkansas and Louisiana State University.

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