GLARA stands for Greater Los Angeles Regional Authority. This land covers an area that is currently in the following California counties: Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, and Orange.

GLARA was originally created as a territory of the State of California in the troubled times after the Year of Two Quakes (2052), when California was forced to sell off large sections of the state to Mexico in an attempt to avoid a statewide bankruptcy. The state reorganized its remaining territory into regions, abolishing counties.

Eventually, GLARA rose to become an independent country, with its own military and thriving economy. It annexed the territory of EssDee, which had originally been part of the “Sold Lands” that Mexico purchased then abandoned during the Depression of 2080s.




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