Population 134,220,400
SINless Population (est.) 7%
Per Capita Income 15,400,000 pesos
Below Poverty Level 21%
Megacorporate Affiliation 57%
GED 33%
4 year degree 42%
Masters or higher 13%
Major Language Aztlaner Spanish,
13 minor languages
Currency Peso (500p = 1 =Y=)
Capital Tenochtitlan

Aztlan. The way they are spoken about in the shadows, you'd think there was a perpetual dark cloud and rain over the entire country, with demons and bats and spooky things around every corner.

Aztlan is a a nation of contrasts: staggering wealth and crushing poverty. sophisticated technology and rampant superstition, magic and mayhem.

Aztlan is a country covering all of Central America, between Rio Bravo and Nueces River and the Andes. Aztlan borders the Confederation of American States, the Pueblo Corporate Council, and the California Free State to the north. The border runs from just north of San Diego eastward, north of Tuscon and Odessa, and passes directly through to the city of Austin before looping southward. It passes 75 km east of San Antonio, TX, before striking the Gulf coast between Brownsville, CAS and Matamoros, Aztlan.

Aztlan also contains the Central American countries formerly known as Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Panama (with the exception of the Panama Canal Zone, which is owned by the Corporate Court). The border against the nation of Amazonia to the south sweeps down from the southern tip of Lake Maracaibo (once Venezuela), runs south of Bucaramanga (Colombia), and passes just north of Bogotá. At that point, the border moves west, passing 50 km south of Cali to strike the Pacific Coast on the Bahia Choco. The border is such that Aztlan occupies a small portion of Venezuela and about half of what used to be Colombia (including Cartagena, Medellin).

Both Austin and Bogotá are disputed territory, and are divided between Aztlan and the bordering nations.

  • 2007 - The ORO Corporation is formed from the Ortega, Ramos, and Oriz cartels. It will eventually become Aztechnology.
  • 2010 - A large fire wipes out a large portion of Tenochtitlán.
  • 2012 - The ORO Corporation joins the Inter-Corporate Council, shortly after its formation.
  • 2013 - Keruba and ORO engage in a corporate war, which ends in a stalemate when they both expend their resources.
  • 2015 - May 15, Aztlan uses the first Matrix-based electoral system for direct elections. The Azatlán party assumes power.
  • 2017 - Aztlan joins the Native American Nation.
  • 2022 - The ORO Corporation renames itself into Aztechnology Corporation, and proceeds to insinuate itself into every aspect of Aztlan's government.
  • 2027 - Aztlan revokes the Roman Catholic Church's tax-free status. In the following years, a detailed audit leveled charges of tax evasion and outright fraud against important church figures, including the Most Reverend Jésus de la Torrez, Tenochtitlán's archbishop.
  • 2034 - Aztlan secedes from the Sovereign Tribal Council and the Native American Nation.
  • 2035 - Shortly after the secession of the CAS, Aztlan moves northward to claim some of Texas, including San Antonio and parts of Austin.
  • 2041 - An executive order from the President's office officially rescinds the Roman Catholic Church's right to function in Aztlan. The church becomes an underground illegal organization.
  • 2044 - The Aztlan government nationalized all holdings belonging to corporations save for Aztechnology.
  • 2045 to 2047 - The nations of Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua were accepted (some say annexed) as member states of Aztlan.
  • 2048 - Panama petitions for membership in Aztlan and is accepted.
  • 2048 - The Corporate Court retaliates with Operation RECIPROCITY against Aztechnology holdings. This is followed by the Veracruz Settlement.
  • 2048 - Aztlan cedes control of the Panama Canal Zone to the Corporate Court. It becomes known as the "Pan-Corporate Zone".
  • 2049 - Amazonia and Aztlan annex much of Venezuela and Colombia. Both nations make allegations that the other nation was being the aggressor and the nations were annexed for their own protection.
  • 2056 - Aztlan hosts the 2056 World Cup International football (soccer) competition.
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