Ravenmont, a fictional U.S. state
Location: West coast, Pacific Midwest
Population: 24 million
Largest city: Duskim (technology center)
Second largest city: Ridgewood (college town)
Third largest city: Freetown (entertainment industry)
Neighboring states: California (to the west), Washington (to the north)
In the 1840s, a merchant ship carried cholera disease into a trading town in the Pacific Midwest. The plague led to the quarantine of several frontier settlements. People from inside and outside the quarantine began calling it Ravenmont, due to the large population of the bird in the area, as well as the mountain ridge that ran diagonally through the region. After the plague died down, the area was reopened and granted statehood in 1852.
Ravenmont is the fastest developing state in the country, gaining the title of “the ever-changing state”. It thrives on tourism and innovative technology, owning one national park, countless museums, and historical sites.
The Ravenmont Museum of Uncommon History is a leading facility in the curation and studies of uncommon related subjects. The University of Ravenmont in Ridgewood (URR) and Duskim University, public and private respectively, are among the top colleges of the nation.
The state symbol is, expectedly, raven. The blackbird is seen on the flag, the car license plate, and in the sky. The bird-beaked Plague Doctor is also a famous mascot and tourism souvenir.
Known as a modern, solar-efficient state, Ravenmont is not without natural attractions.
Thousand Shrouds National Park attracts millions of outdoor ethusiasts every year because of its ancient forests, usually foggy at the high altitudes.
In Ravenmont you would see common humans and uncommon humans living in harmony.