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Coca is a state in Hampodia. It is home to Hampodia City, and it was established in 1859.


In 1785, plans started to make states (called as "the Regions of Hampodia"). The Political Decisions of Regional Papers Presidential National Hampodian Agency, or the P.D.O.R.P.P.N.H. Agency aka the Regional Hampodian Agency was established in 1789. The Regional Hampodian Agency constructed a building starting in 1790, and in 1797, construction was finished. On July 26, 1799, the scheduled date of the opening of the building, a thunderstorm happened, one striking the building and fully damaging it.[1] In 1807, the second construction was finished. On March 20, 1811, it finally opened, and in 1814 it was officially declared as the Regional Hampodian Agency's headquarters. When it was, the local newspaper made it popular and famous by mentioning the building, and visitors came the next day.[1] Again, another thunderstorm happened on March 27, 1815, and one striking the building again, with more damage. The result was it exploding with a powerful blast to be heard by 50,000 people. Another 20,000 people came. It was later written by a famous poet, who witnessed the explosion. The explosion had worldwide fame, and one time a person said "I saw the building explode, and I was surprised that my favourite poet wrote about it". Later, they decided the states' names: Coca, Podiano, Axado, and Striker. Striker was renamed to Thunder, then to Electrici; it was renamed again, to Bolfu. Striker later became the name of a city in Coca. Podiano was split into two states: Padorpan, and Dorpiano. On May 16, 1815, a new headquarters was planned, and in 1821, construction was finished, and on November 27, 1828, it opened.[2]

References (fictional)

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Declaration of Opening History, 1839 for the 50th anniversary of the Regional Hampodian Agency.
  2. "New HQ, a New Place to Work In!", 1829, says "Having the potiential and minerals to build our Newest and Honoured Building, also known as our Honoured Headquarters, our third Attempt of Plans of our Regional Building since 1790, we hope to develop Generations of Regions using this Honour.