Krupingrad was a small settlement at the mouth of the Potomac River in Virginia, consisting of several former KGB Russian spies and their descendants. Named for agent Alexander Krupin.
The settlement remained very isolationist through most of its history, avoiding contact with locals who may resent communism, as well as the AGC. The community's leaders actually hid the outside world from the people entirely, but this illusion was impossible to maintain. In 2040, the town opened contact with other settlements along the Potomac River. Internal issues after this point led to the state's downfall, along with growing conflict in the region between the AGC and Order of the Dust, both militant anti-communist organizations.