City State of Corona

A vibrant metropolis situated on the west coast of Latin America, boasting a rich cultural heritage and a thriving economy. It was one of the first City States established by the Hexium Consortium, a powerful conglomerate that sought to establish a network of independent city-states across the globe.

Despite its relatively small size, the city is a hub of activity, with a bustling port that serves as a gateway to the rest of Atlanto-America and beyond. Its strategic location has made it a key player in regional trade and commerce, with a diverse range of industries that includes agriculture, manufacturing, and technology.

The city is also renowned for its vibrant arts scene, with a thriving community of artists, musicians, and performers that regularly showcase their talents at local galleries and venues. Visitors to the city can explore its many museums and cultural landmarks, which offer a fascinating glimpse into its rich history and heritage.

Despite its many successes, the city faces a number of challenges, including rising crime rates and environmental concerns. However, its residents remain resolute in their commitment to building a brighter future and are working tirelessly to address these issues and ensure that the city continues to thrive for generations to come.


The City State of Corona had always been known for its strong regional economy and thriving corporate sector. However, the government had long been plagued by corruption and inefficiency, leading many citizens to call for a change in the way their city was governed. In response, the leaders of Corona made the bold decision to abolish their government and entrust political power to the city’s corporations.

At first, this new system seemed to work well. The Corporatium, with its vast resources and expertise, was able to make swift decisions and implement effective policies. However, as time went on, it became clear that the corporations were primarily motivated by their own interests rather than the greater good of the city. They began to engage in cutthroat competition and disregard the needs of the less wealthy citizens.

This situation did not escape the notice of the nearby Atlantic Union, a powerful alliance of nations that had long been vying for greater influence in the region. Seeing an opportunity to expand their territory and secure valuable resources, the AU launched a military invasion of Corona. The ensuing war was brutal and protracted, with the local insurgents putting up fierce resistance against the superior firepower of the AU forces.

After thirteen years of fighting, the AU finally emerged victorious. They officially annexed Corona and established a new government, with their own appointed officials at the helm. However, the annexation was met with widespread opposition from the citizens of Corona, who resented the loss of their autonomy and the imposition of foreign rule. Protests, riots, and acts of sabotage were commonplace, making it difficult for the AU to maintain control over the city.

Eventually, the AU realized that their hold on Corona was tenuous at best. They withdrew their forces and relinquished their annexation, leaving the city to once again govern itself. However, the legacy of the annexation lingered on. The scars of war and the bitterness of foreign rule remained fresh in the minds of the people of Corona, and the city would never be the same again.

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