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Fyxoom Federation
Að Eegoþlu Fyxoom   (Eevo)
The national flag of the Federation
Largest cityTlum Ger
Official languagesnone; de facto Eevo
GovernmentDirect democracy (sortition)
• Prime Minister
Arcol Riþcmo

Fyxoom (English: fə-SHOME; Eevo: /fəˈʃɔʊm/), officially the Fyxoom Federation (Eevo: að Eegoþlu Fyxoom /əð ɛɪˈgɔθʟy fəˈʃɔʊm/), is the largest Eevophone country on the planet Tricin. It is mainly inspired by the United States.

Its current prime minister is Arcol Riþcmo of the All Sentience Party, who is trained as a psychologist.


Fyxoom allows the formation of local communities with local laws to an extent, which people can exit freely. There is a public education system so that parents can't indoctrinate their children within the communities.

Regional stereotypes:

  • Western Fyxoom: cultural rebels
  • Cnollta: rural and backward
  • Eastern Fyxoom: old elites
  • Sirahda area: neurotic
  • Lleeband: exuberant Silicon Valley culture

Tigol, Windermere and Tseezh place names


The name Fyxoom (Windermere: Fəșoəm /fəˈʃoəm/) was originally a Windermere-style acronym from Fylníaj, Xool, as Mypzóor (Windermere: Fəlniəy, Șoəl, te Məpłoər - Fylniaj, Xool, and Mypzoor), which are the names of the original three states.


The national anthem is written in 31-equal tuning, but utilizes an unusual subset of it that allows the anthem to be played in 13-equal tuning. It was written by Inþar Crwbah as an absurdist national anthem during the Skellan Revolution, but became popular enough to gain official status in the Republic of Skella.


The first settlers

The first Fyxoomian settlers were from Txapoalli.


Founded fT 2000~2100 by mainly Skellan, Anbirese and Windermere settlers.

Later immigration

Historically, many immigrants were Anbirese, Qazhrian, Swuntsim, Shumian, Clofabian or Dodellian. Also Txapoallian immigrants, especially Naquian, Crockarit, and Hetmic.


Major regions


  • Fylniaj
  • Xool
  • Mypzoor
  • Vahgo
  • Hñawd
  • Zynun
  • Cnollta
  • Jyrjon
  • Lleeband (Lleeband Special Autonomous Region)


Major cities

Todo: 2-word city names

  • Sagyrn
  • Ercłis Serñ
  • Hedarðøø
  • Cøøve
  • Uþoh
  • Iŋa's Moh
  • Rrawdr
  • Snohñve
  • Vøøhi
  • Daloor
  • Tlum Ger
  • Caþr Serñ
  • Gyðam Sre
  • Llahar Sre
  • Llumprad

Physical geography

Political divisions


Historical population
Census Pop.
1890 ~9,820,000
1930 23,977,259 244.2%
1940 28,844,642 20.3%
1950 33,402,095 15.8%
1960 40,683,752 21.8%
1970 41,538,111 2.1%
1980 39,419,668 −5.1%
1990 42,336,724 7.4%
2000 49,152,936 16.1%
2010 55,247,900 12.4%
2015 58,182,131 5.3%


  • Anvirese (16%)
  • Skellans (15%)
  • Qenians (10%)
  • Skellans (8%)
  • Qazhrians (6%)
  • Swuntsim (1%)








See Verse:Tricin/Fyxoom/Music.


The Fyxoomian literary tradition did not always develop in a single stream; often it had multiple competing traditions.



These Fyxoomian writers looked back on the cultural heritage of their Talman forebears, drawing upon and recombining and newly creating myths. Neoclassicism was mainly popular among the elites of society.

Fyxoomian Llyméer Saiñ codified the Eetøøm accent of Skellan during this period, which serves a similar role to the Bühnendeutsch pronunciation standard in German.

Popular Modernism


"Postmodernist" (not quite the same as Earth postmodernism) literature took a bitter, sarcastic, ironic turn, following culture at large. Postmodernism reflects the aftermath of the Great Recession of 943dd (1347), a dark period in Fyxoomian history.

New Optimism

This movement started in Lleeband by ___ but has since been somewhat adapted for more mainstream tastes.

Pop culture

  • ???: a moderately well-known sci-fi series about a sentient race with a biological caste system that determines one's occupation. This series is more popular in Sowaárp'í, where it is interpreted as a commentary on the Sowaár class system. There is also an opera adaptation by Segin Þwhgad.


Early issues


As Fyxoom experienced waves of more diverse immigrants, immigration became a heated issue. Some favored open borders, but some favored "vetting" and a loud minority was explicitly xenophobic.

Some representative writers during this period:


Modern issues

Climate change

Climate change has caused an uptick in immigration from tropical areas, especially from low-lying areas in Northern Txapoalli (some areas of Naquiz and Shalia) and Southern Dodellia.

Much like the Great Calamities at the end of Talman antiquity, the climate crisis has also caused many to question their values and encouraged them to engage with the "spiritual" part of their minds. Most people just became more religiously fervent in their current religion. But there also arose new spiritualities, mostly centered around getting people to reduce their environmental impact, help others most affected by climate-related disasters, and promoting activism.

Some of the new spiritualities that arose are:

  • Effective Spirituality, a "meta-spirituality" inspired by effective altruist principles that aims to use spirituality to help the follower lead an "action-oriented life": to do the most utilitarian good possible
  • Some Yunyalīlta-semblant religion that teaches that disharmony with nature and living beyond one's means are sins; "sin is real and we must act as if sin is real"


Emerging technology

Animal rights

Politics and government

Use sortition


The currency is the xoom, and one cmen is 1/144 xoom.

Some notable figures

  • Smrehtaið Awvliam - Mathematician and music theorist
  • Mavor Tswcyn - essayist
  • Upyð Ftso - Swuntsim-Fyxoomian poet
  • Ilsála Ñooganin - Fyxoomian actor and director
  • Rewhd Glarys (Rjokt Glareus) - Anbirese-Fyxoomian actress
  • Hna Col-i (Schnab Kön-Ig) - Hlou-Fyxoomian physicist?
  • Txyc Noris - conlanger who creates weird and unnaturalistic languages
  • Tro Bolryñ et al. - invented a process for producing vegan gelatin and vegan leather (used e.g. for hide glue for violins) from genetically engineered yeast
  • Intar Zdüvosjicw (Zduvoxicł) - inventor of the Zdüvosjicw keyboard layout