Blixian Peninsula


349,376,000 (2014)




699 people/km2

Largest settlements

-South Blix (UBA)

-Sienfield (disp.)(PCS)

-East Blix (UBA)

-Staed (UBA)

-New Calgary (UBA)

-Ferry Hills (UBA-VB)

-New Blix (UBA)

-Nouvelle Montréal Sud (RNM)

-Jala (UBA)

Major Localities

-Urban Blix Area

-Kota Fushinee

-Province of the City of Sienfield (disp.)

-Région Nouvelle Montréal

-Greater Coasttown

-Greater Clifton

Primary industries


-Media & Entertainment







-Agriculture (almost exclusively in the rural west)

The Blixian Peninsula is the most heavily urbanized region in the world spanning from the small town of Jeanville in the north to South Blix in the south. The region has been known to humans since the 13th century, and has been home to permanent settlements since the early 14th century. It expierence several renaissances: the Post-War and First Settlement Boom of 1814-1864, the Post-WWI Boom from 1905-1934, and the Blixian Renaissance from 1999 to the present day. As of 2013, the region has supported over 308 million people in four provinces (or three provinces, one nation). It contains 64% of the national population on less than a fifth of the land. Current projections show that over one billion people will live on the peninsula before 2020. 

Currently the region has a remarkable density of 514 people/km2. 

Although the islands surronding the peninsula are not technically a part of the peninsula, they are always included as a part of the region.

Region and Geography

The region encompasses all of Quad-Blix and the Province of the City of Sienfield, and the southern portions of Vue Baie and Las Forstain. 

The region is known for its hills and its long flat plains. South Blix, for instance, has an abnormally high altitude, but is very flat. The entire UBA and the RNM are surronded by mountains of the small Blixian Mountain Range. The region was intially settled because of its remarkable land quality, which is excellent for agricultural use. Agriculture is still one of the primary industries of the western half of the peninsula which is very rural and sparse. Almost all of the major settlements on the peninsula are on the East coast facing the Ryan Bight.