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Area27,892,902 km2 (10,769,510 sq mi)
Population2,300,561,144 (2023, 3rd)
Population density56.2/km2 (146/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)$118.2 trillion (2031)
GDP (nominal)$118.2 trillion (2031)
Countries11 countries
LanguagesList of languages
Time zonesUTC−6 to UTC±2
Internet TLDSarpedonian TLD
Largest citiesList of urban areas

Sarpedon is a continent and geographic region located near the equator and prime meridian. It is bound by the Odoneru Ocean to the north, by the Sea of Istroya and Sea of Canete to the east, the Absurian Ocean to the south, and the Ocean of Cathay via the Polynesian Sea to the west. Sarpedon also includes Vallos, a physiographical region and subcontinent to its east.

Sarpedon covers an area of about 27,892,902 km2 (10,769,510 sq mi), about 22.1% of the world's land area and about 3.3% of its total surface. It is the third largest continent by area, following Crona and Alshar, and the third by population after Alshar and Levantia. Politically, Sarpedon is divided into approximately eleven sovereign states - of which Caphiria is the largest and most populous, spanning xx% of the continent and comprising xx% of its population. Sarpedon has a total population of about 2.301 billion (about x% of the world population) in 2031. Because the most extensive part of the continent is in the tropic zone, the Sarpedonian climate is relatively stable and there is little temperature change throughout the year, though there may be dramatic differences in rainfall and humidity. As a result, most of the continent features highly productive agricultural regions. Important factors in the determination of climates are sea currents, and the distribution of rainfall is related to the regime of winds and air masses. Lowlands around the equator generally have a tropical rainforest climate, also known as an equatorial climate, though cold ocean currents cause some regions to have tropical monsoon climates with a dry season in the middle of the year while some areas may also feature mediterranean climate zones due to weather and geographic phenomena.

Sarpedon is considered a "crucible of civilizations" as the continent has served as the geographical root of several civilizations: the northern portion of the continent saw the birth of the Adonerii civilization, which birthed ancient Latin and Romance cultures; the eastern part of the continent saw the birth and rise of Ancient Istroya, the southern part of Sarpedon remained isolated and the indigenous Sarpic civilization was able to evolve; and to the far east on Vallos, a fusion of influences developed into the polynesian culture. Much of the northern half of Sarpedon has been directly influenced by Caphiria which had dominated and controlled the region up until the 17th century, which means most modern northern and western Sarpedonians states are of Romance influence and modern central and eastern Sarpedonian states are of Latin influence. During the golden age of colonialism, other Occidental countries - primarily from Levantia - colonized various parts of the southern half of Sarpedon and microregions of the north, and influenced the development of the region.




Countries, territories, and dependencies

Country / Territory Area Population
Capital Name(s) in official language(s) GDP
 Aciria 0 km2
(0 sq mi)
369,257,381 0/km2
(0/sq mi)
Trossera Aciria $20.632 trillion
 Lucrecia 13,986 km2
(5,400 sq mi)
2,103,636 150.8/km2
(391/sq mi)
Kleftopolis Lucrecia; Athíva; Αθήβα $33.6 billion
 Takatta Loa 658,764 km2
(254,350 sq mi)
118,272,733 179.5/km2
(465/sq mi)
Ninao Takatta Loa; Ta Kata Loa $2.489 trillion
 Caphiria 6,025,558 km2
(2,326,481 sq mi)
816,558,972 14.3/km2
(37/sq mi)
Venceia Caphiria; Caphirias $56.102 trillion
 Cartadania 4,122,251 km2
(1,591,610 sq mi)
375,983,914 91.2/km2
(236/sq mi)
Alahuela Cartadania $28.213 trillion
 Herciana 3,056 km2
(1,180 sq mi)
290,501 95.1/km2
(246/sq mi)
Messisoria Herciana TBD
 Krasoa Islands 7,252 km2
(2,800 sq mi)
0 14.3/km2
(37/sq mi)
Ankólisar Lucrecia; Athíva; Αθήβα TBD
 Melian Islands 8,757 km2
(3,381 sq mi)
9,724,599 1,110.5/km2
(2,876/sq mi)
Thucydia Takatta Loa; Ta Kata Loa TBD
 Patraja 1,850,961 km2
(714,660 sq mi)
38,000,000 20.5/km2
(53/sq mi)
Karneja Patraja; Patraska TBD
 Pelaxia 1,527,989 km2
(589,960 sq mi)
219,610,000 143/km2
(370/sq mi)
Albalitor Pelaxia $6.073 trillion
 Pribraltar 0 km2
(0 sq mi)
450,000 0/km2
(0/sq mi)
Hāverma Pribraltar TBD
 Puertego 1,002,931 km2
(387,234 sq mi)
120,045,000 119.6/km2
(310/sq mi)
San Lina Puertego $1.410 billion
 Qustantistan 25,019 km2
(9,660 sq mi)
75,276,926 3,008.8/km2
(7,793/sq mi)
Qustantiniyyah Qustantistan; aq-Qustantiniyyah TBD
 Rumahoki 1,409,057 km2
(544,040 sq mi)
52,328,520 37.14/km2
(96.2/sq mi)
Santa Maria Rumahociae; Rumajoqui; Roumahauki $2.474 trillion
 Saint Kennera 0 km2
(0 sq mi)
365,000 0/km2
(0/sq mi)
Port St. Kennera Saint Kennera; Kennera; Nív-Kennera TBD
 Sydona Islands 9,031 km2
(3,487 sq mi)
23,528,230 2,605.3/km2
(6,748/sq mi)
Destransar Sydona Islands; Sydona; Zajdunska TBD
 Ventotene 397 km2
(153 sq mi)
26,501 66.8/km2
(173/sq mi)
Ateleta Ventotene TBD
 Volonia 987,511 km2
(381,280 sq mi)
45,591,221 46.2/km2
(120/sq mi)
Caradej Volonia $1.345 trillion
 Zeshinava 1,184,531 km2
(457,350 sq mi)
85,476,530 72.2/km2
(187/sq mi)
Kronzciny Zeshinava; Zeжcihnωva $1.901 trillion
Total 27,892,902 km2
(10,769,510 sq mi)
2.301 billion 82.5/km2
(214/sq mi)
$118.2 trillion


Natural history

Natural characteristics







Sarpedon is very diverse when it comes to religions. Although the region doesn't boast the founding of any large religions, it has been the founding place of many sects since ancient times. Forms of Catholicism is the largest present religion. Christians, in general, represent a massive majority of Sarpedon's population. There are also other important minority religions like the Kapuhenasa in Loa Republic.


Cultural groups