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  • Stranger in Seattle

    Kuldr still recalls his life in the forests, his Grandfather teaching him the old ways of Magic. He was extremely adapt and his Grandfather hinted that his bloodline has the potential to be the strongest of all the Eleven Mystics. His family pushed him …

  • An Assassain and an Ork walk into a bar

    On the outskirts of Denver, Kiseki finally has a moment to collect her thoughts. While the Ork was certainly talented and his assistance was helpful. She likely could of escaped on her own. She did an inventory of her supplies. She was luckily able to …

  • Aidos, Mother Fraggers!!

    "That couldn't have gone worse." Volke grumbled to himself as he efficiently navigated the alleyways leading away from Denver, the mishap freshly behind him. "Can't reach the halfstack. Grr...and that fraggin' elf...." he let out a heavy sign as he …

  • Safe House

    "Well, at least I can say I know what it feels like to be hit by a ton of bricks," Tala thought to herself sourly. She finally felt as though she had put enough distance between herself and Lonestar and decided to take a moment to try compose her thoughts …

  • Auburn

    Auburn is the manufacturing center of Seattle, constantly grumbling with the “Auburn Hum”—noise pollution from the twenty-four-hour factories, metal refineries, petrochem plants, and similar industrial sites. The Crash 2.0 struck a major blow to hundreds …

  • Bellevue

    Bellevue is where the princes of Emerald City and their chosen supporters dwell. The white-collar elite live out their days in gated neighborhoods that are testaments to paranoia. Lone Star patrols the long, lonely border with Redmond, where the poor …

  • Council Island

    Council Island (formerly Mercer Island) hosts Seattle’s embassies with the nations of North America, part of a complicated political debacle involving the drafting of the Second Treaty of Denver and the section of the Seattle Metroplex Constitution that …

  • Downtown

    Downtown is the brain, heart, and soul of Seattle. It houses the seat of the Metroplex Government, as well as the infamous Arcology Commercial and Housing Enclave (formerly the Renraku Arcology) and the bustling SeaTac Airport. The departments of the UCAS …

  • Everett

    A boomtown gone bust, Everett’s economy has been in the toilet for years. A hit on the Seattle City Records during the Crash of ’64 erased major segments of land ownership records for the district, creating a bureaucratic nightmare that is still being …

  • Fort Lewis

    The Fort Lewis Military Reservation houses the Seattle Metroplex Guard, McChord Airfield, and the UCAS Army Pacific Command under the auspices of Joint Task Force Seattle, commanded by Brigadier General Ethan Darcy. Fort Lewis serves as a major training …

  • Outremer

    Outremer is a cute little nickname some news feed gave to the outlying islands that are part of the Seattle Metroplex. Outremer has become hot property recently, with many foreign investments from the Middle East and the Indian Union. A number of AA corps …

  • Puyallup Barrens

    Something like fifty years ago, Mount Rainier erupted and buried Puyallup in tons of ash and lava. Shortly after that the district was occupied by refugees fleeing the new NAN states. The greater part of the district is a wasteland spotted with abandoned …

  • Redmond Barrens

    Redmond is the physical embodiment of urban decay. A partial meltdown of the Trojan-Satsop power plant in southeast Redmond back in 2013 contaminated Beaver Lake and other areas for kilometers around (now known as Glow City), spurring many Redmond …

  • Renton

    Renton is known as a quiet district of residential sectors, malls, golf courses, private parks, and country clubs. Traditionally conservative, Renton houses the Metroplex headquarters of both the Humanis Policlub and the People of the Book. The district’s …

  • Snohomish

    Snohomish is Seattle’s breadbasket. The last independent farm in Snohomish folded shortly after the recent Crash, and now most of the district belongs to agribusiness and aquaculture corps. The landscape is awash with high-yield genetically modified crops …

  • Tacoma

    Most of Tacoma is given over to its extensive docks and the businesses that support them, but the Nicaraguan Canal in Aztlan stole a chunk of Tacoma’s port traffic and business isn’t what it used to be. A number of large factories continue to sustain the …

  • The Ork Underground

    Ork Underground refers to what was known as Seattle Underground. A network of underground passageways and basements that was ground level at the city's origin in the mid 19th century, these spaces eventually fell into disuse as the streets were elevated, …

  • Seattle

    Seattle is a state of the UCAS on the Pacific Coast separated from the rest of the country by the Native American Nations. Seattle itself is located in the middle of Salish-Shidhe, its access to the Pacific Ocean passing through Salish-Shidhe waters in …

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