Yucatánball is a state of Mexico-iconMexicoball.

He is very calm, and hardly ever gets angry.

Although he speaks Spanish-icon Spanish, he uses many Maya-icon Mayan phrases, so many of his brothers do not understand much what he says. He is considered the cradle of Mayan culture (due to holding Chichén-Itzaball on its clay), and that is very annoying to Guatemala-icon Guatemalaball.

He also has Hoyo Negro, a large underwater pit full of bones from the ice age, including one of a young girl named Naia.


65 million years ago, dinosaurs ruled the earth. A 6 mile wide asteroid then hit Yucatánball's clay and wiped them all out. He was inhabited as a 3-icon 3balls that later evolved into Maya-icon Mayaball. He was colonized by Spanish-Empire-icon Spanish Empireball (within Spanish-icon New Spainball) in the 1500s. It is said that Yucatánball got its name from the natives telling the Spanish explorers they couldn't understand what they spoke.

As part of an independent Mexicoball, he was part of First Mexican Empire-iconFirst Mexican Empireball. After the Texas Revolution happened, it separated and became Republic of Yucatánball, only to rejoin after the Mexican-American War was over.

The original territory of Yucatánball was later split into the three different states that exist today in Mexico-icon Mexicoball, with Campeche-icon Campecheball becoming independent during the Caste War, and Quintana Roo-icon Quintana Rooball becoming independent during the Porfiriato.

Nowadays, Yucatánball prides itself in being the safest state in Mexicoball. Some of the separatist inclinations of old still remain in Yucatánball, as the geographical separation from the rest of the country allowed it to form a semi-separate identity and culture.


If Nuevo León-icon Nuevo Leónball is the Mexican counterpart of Texas-icon Texasball, then Yucatánball is the Mexican counterpart to Florida-icon Floridaball. Like Floridaball, Yucatánball is a peninsula with very warm and humid tropical weather. Unlike other parts of Mexicoball, Yucatánball is almost entirely flat due to the asteroid strike. Common in the Yucatánball's clay are underground cenotes.

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