Absolute location: +50.513427 -27.773438
Area: 303,955 km2
Comparative area: Philippines, Poland
Coastline length: 0 km (landlocked)
Terrain: Grasslands, forests, swamps and deserts
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Highest elevation: 1,567 meters
Natural resources: None (destroyed by nuclear bombs and radiation)
Enviromental issues: Nuclear radiation (especially largely present in the northern area of the country)
People and Population
Median age: 28 years
Population growth rate: 0.1%
Net migration rate: Negative
Life expectancy at birth: 34 years
Ethnic groups: 93% Garrystanian, 7% Other
Religions: 99% Atheism, 1% Other
Languages: 75% English, 6% Spanish, 6% Russian, 5% French, 8% Other
The amount of children is almost zero, because of men and women being separated by barbaric police forces. In fact, the whole country only has 5 schools in total.
The papers of how the nation became independent were lost, but papers on when the nation became still exist. Latin was originally spoken in the area, and the original name of it was Gratusterra. The nation had a system similar to the roman empire. Democracy was introduced in 1922.
1961: Coup d'état and Garry as the ruler
In 1961, a man known as Garry (his real name is unknown, as it has been hidden from the public since) leads a Coup d'état against the government. Garry holds complete power, all democracy is removed, and the nation is renamed to "Garrystan".
1964: Rebels revolt
Citizens begin to kill government officials and police. 300,000 lives are lost, and the fight continues until 1968 when Garry bombs to southern part of the country with nuclear bombs. Garry's rule continues.
2003: Rebels revolt again
The citizens begin to fight in a similar fashion like before. The fight continues until 2006, when Garry bombs the northern part of the country.
An abandoned settlement touched by the nuclear bombs (City 8 ).
Gross domestic product: $102.736 million
GDP per capita: $92
Population below poverty line: 98%
Unemployment rate: 79%
Income tax rate: 11%
Inflation rate: 52%
Most Garrystanians can't afford a house, so the average citizen moves into houses without paying for them (and they move out again as soon as police forces patrol the area).
There is, however, a small amount of rich people. They are usually part of the media industry.
Garrynians being poor might tarnish the classic image of poor people as beggars on the street, having dirty and worn out clothers, et cetera - however, this is far from the truth. The average citizen simply steal until they have what they need. Their quality of life is likely the same as a middle-class person, despite them being listed as 'poor' in the statistics.
Government and Political Structure
Country name (short form): Garrystan
Country name (common reference): Garrystan
Government: Dictatorship / Autocracy
Capital city: Bigcity
Garrystan is divided into 13 districts.
1. Bigcity - Population: 1,145,677
2. Evocity - Population: 10,450
3. Oviscity - Population: 8,203
4. Sunvale - Population: 1,742
5. Downtown - Population: 1,190
Bigcity, the capital of the nation.
Constitution: None - the original constitution was eliminated when Garry came into power, and there has not been written another one
Legal system: A set of rules that exist in the country are to be followed by the citizens, or else they will be arrested. Other than that, police officers have permission to arrest citizens for any reason they have. Capital punishment exists, and it is done mostly by shooting or hanging, but any method of death can legally be used. Citizens are not allowed to kill each other, but they are however allowed to kill anyone that breaks into their home without getting arrested.
There is also very few major roads in the country; in fact, it has no highways and it has few train tracks. No roads go out of the country, as citizens are not allowed to leave it.
All major roads and train tracks in the country.
Gallery - Sights in Garrystan
Vox, the biggest train station in the country.
Ditto. "Train" is misspelled here as "Tren", demonstrating the often poor literacy of Garrynians.
Sunvale, a northern town that has year-round fog.
Robynsville, a forested area that is the subject location of the film 'Bodies of Robynsville'.
One of the many constructed freshwater lakes. They are often a stable source of water for many people.
A strangely occuring butte in the water.
At the same location, there is a cliff.
There was once a mental institution in the country, but it was closed in 1993 because of poor revenue.
Excess Island, a constructed island.
A bridge that is subject to a massive car crash in 1966 that caused 7 deaths. The place is now rumored to be haunted.