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  • Seattle Metroplex

    The Seattle Metroplex is an urban sprawl that covers most of what are currently the cities of Seattle, Tacoma, Ft. Lewis, Pullyap, Redmond, Snohomish, Everett, Outremer, and Auburn. It is a state in the UCAS (United Canadian and American States), a …

  • Ganger

    [[File:333296 | class=media-item-align-left | ganger_girl.jpg]]One of the more ubiquitous groups in Seattle, the Ganger is, as her name implies, a member of an organized gang. Showing up in the poorer neighborhoods of the city, Gangers run the gamut of …

  • Federated Boeing

    [[File:341090 | class=media-item-align-left | boeing.jpg]]Federated Boeing, headquartered in Seattle Downtown, Seattle State, UCAS, is the third largest aerospace company in the world, behind Ares Macrotechnology and Saeder-Krupp. It's the largest …

  • Renraku

    [[File:341083 | class=media-item-align-left | Renraku__Farbe_.png]]Renraku Computer Systems, headquartered in Chiba, Japan, is the fifth largest corporation in the world, and the third largest corporation in Japan. As the name implies, its business core …

  • Auburn

    Auburn is an industrial district of smoke-belching factories and blue-collar (read: downtrodden) workers. [[File:337098 | class=media-item-align-center | Everett-_The_Rats_Nest.jpg]] Auburn is bordered by Renton in the north, Tacoma in the west, …

  • Bellevue

    Bellevue is one of the "better" neighbourhood in Seattle, housing high-payed white-collar elite, living in walled, gated and guarded communities. [[File:337079 | class=media-item-align-center | Bellevue_Interior.jpg]] Bellevue is bordered by Lake …

  • Seattle Downtown

    Seattle Downtown is a major cultural center of the town. Its full of shops, hotels, cinemas, and such. Formerly the city Seattle, USA. Now located in Seattle State, UCAS. [[File:337113 | class=media-item-align-center | Bellevue_nights.jpg]] Downtown …

  • Everett

    Everett is the northern district of the Seattle Metroplex. The Everett Naval Ship Yards are located there. [[File:337099 | class=media-item-align-center | Mob_run_district.jpg]] Everett is similar to its “sister city,” Tacoma. Both are important ports …

  • Fort Lewis

    Fort Lewis or Fort Lewis Military Reservation houses the Seattle Metroplex Guard, McChord Airfield and UCAS Army Pacific Command. It's a major UCAS training base, and houses many military and military related personel, projects and affiliates. [[File: …

  • Redmond Barrens

    The Redmond district of Seattle, UCAS is more commonly known as The Redmond Barrens. Well known for its run-down metahuman ghettos/projects. [[File:337103 | class=media-item-align-center | Redmond_vista.jpg]] At the end of the 20th century Redmond was …

  • Renton

    Renton is one of the most "average" districts in Seattle - which isn't saying much. It's primarily a middle-low class residential neighborhood. [[File:337106 | class=media-item-align-center | middle_class_neighborhood.jpg]] Renton’s problems are less …

  • Snohomish

    Snohomish has large tracts of mountains, hills and woodlands, along with developed land controlled by agribusiness. It is a far cry from the steel towers and plastcrete canyons of the rest of Seattle. [[File:337096 | class=media-item-align-center | …

  • Tacoma

    Tacoma is the main dock district of Seattle. It also has a noticeable industrial presence, both in forms of large factories, and in local microfactories. A notable part of the neighborhood is the "Little Asia" neighborhood. [[File:336342 | class= …

  • Council Island

    Council Island is an extraterritorial district of Seattle, where the Salish-Shidhe Council maintains a diplomatic mission. Visitor visas are required for foreigners. [[File:337124 | class=media-item-align-center | Council_Island_View.jpg]] Parts of the …

  • Outremer

    [[File:336346 | class=media-item-align-left | Outremer.png]]Outremer refers to the islands on the Puget Sound, still under UCAS control, and part of the Seattle Metropolitan Area. They are a steadily growing suburb of Seattle. Major islands include: …

  • 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, …

  • Districts of Seattle Metroplex

    The Ten Official Districts of the Seattle Metroplex [[Auburn]] [[Bellevue]] [[Seattle Downtown]] [[Everett]] [[Fort Lewis]] [[Puyallup Barrens]] [[Redmond Barrens]] [[Renton]] [[Snohomish]] [[Tacoma]] The Three Unofficial Districts [[Council …

  • University of Washington

    University of Washington, often referred to as U-Dub, was one of the oldest public universities on the West Coast and a premier university in Seattle. It is located in the slightly north of center-west of Seattle Downtown, just north of the Union Bay. …

  • UCAS

    The United Canadian and American States, also referred to as the UCAS, is a federal republic in eastern North America, stretching from the Atlantic in the east to the beginning of the Rocky Mountains. It is the successor state to both the United States of …

  • Transportation

    Getting around Seattle Metroplex is easier than it was in the 20th century, but less homogeneous in terms of type of transportation. The Metro is very expansive through most of [[Downtown | Seattle Downtown]] and the middle class districts (no real …

  • Puyallup Barrens

    Puyallup also known as Puyallup Barrens is a district of Seattle, devastated by the Mount Rainier eruption decades ago. It is a poor and unsafe district. [[File:337109 | class=media-item-align-center | Puyallup_Barrens.jpg]] Where Redmond is a …

  • Bremerton

    [[File:337060 | class=media-item-align-center | Bremerton.png]] Bremerton started as a sleepy shipping town across Puget Sound from Seattle. As the 6th world dawned, it became increasingly less residential, with massive shipyards and docks covering …

  • Vice

    One thing to keep in mind in Seattle 2077 is that basically nothing is illegal in concept. You can legally acquire all manner of drugs, weapons, prostitutes or chances to gamble. The government regulates none of these things (though it reserves the right …

  • Corporations of Seattle Metroplex

    The following corporations have a presence in the [[Seattle Metroplex | Seattle Metroplex]]: [[Ares Macrotechnology | Ares Macrotechnology]] [[Aztechnology | Aztechnology]] [[Evo | Evo]] [[Federated Boeing | Federated Boeing]] [[Hatsuishi Robotics | …

  • Renraku Arcology

    The Renraku Arcology — formerly known as the Self-Contained Industrial-Residential Environment (SCIRE), and now sometimes known as Arcology Commercial and Housing Enclave (ACHE) — was (and possibly still is) the ninth largest building in the world, and is …

  • Seattle Metroplex Guard

    The Seattle Metroplex Guard is a government run, all-volunteer military dedicated to keeping the peace within the borders of the[[Seattle Metroplex | Metroplex]]. It mostly exists to keep ambitious gangs and other manageable threats from spilling over …

  • LoneStar

    [[File:344448 | class=media-item-align-left | 150px-Lonestar.jpg]]Lone Star Security Services (or LSSS), headquartered in Austin, Texas, CAS, is one of the more prominent public security companies in North America. It has contracts of municipal policing …

  • Bianca Helman

    Bianca was born in Toronto in 2010, to a middle-class family. She moved to Seattle to attend the [[University of Washington | University of Washington]] earning a bachelors degree in political science and moving on to a degree in corporate law afterwards. …

  • Jackson Holloway

    Jackson Holloway (b. 2032) is the newscaster for Horizon's Seattle local news affiliated Seattle Nightly News. He became the first UCAS-based news anchor of Orkish descent five years ago, when his investigative journalism for Horizon-Googleplex's …

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