The current trend of what to do with trash is to bury it to make it go away. But like information on the Matrix, it doesn't always stay buried.
The _gomi-nezumi_ (trash-rats) live and work from the trash dumps of [[The Rat's Nest | The Rat's Nest]], …
A group of toxic shaman who follow the dragon Kalanyr. The dragon has taken an interest in Redmond and has been buying cheap land stretching from Glow City to the Salish-Shidhe border. The Isotopes work for Kalanyr in exchange for gifts, not the least of …
A magical society that makes its headquarters in the Barrens, and lucky for you, they aren’t picky about who joins. Most gangs don’t have the resources to train their magically inclined members, so Mana has stepped in to fill that void.
Started by a …
The Halloweeners are a gang that scares even some gangs, especially lately, when their fascination with macabre, over-the-top Halloween imagry seems to have gone to some pretty nasty places.
The current leader of the gang is a mysterious figure called …
Red Hot Nukes
An all-dwarf go-gang, the Red Hot Nukes have claimed Route 202 since the ’50s. Their logo, a mushroom cloud, speaks to their passion for explosives—and their fiery tempers. They scam, terrorize, smuggle, and assassinate wherever their bikes take them. …
The Spiders became one of Redmond’s largest gangs in the 2060s, following the Universal Brotherhood’s downfall. The aftermath of the Brotherhood’s attempted takeover left a trail of damaged, bitter people. Widow, a Spider shaman, brought them together and …
The Ancients are one of the largest gangs in North America. Originally an elf go-gang based in Seattle and formed from political outcasts of Tir Tairngire, the Ancients have members in Boston, New York, New Jersey, Baltimore, Milwaukee, Chicago, Los …
The Crimson Crush are one of the oldest gangs in Seattle. An all-ork gang emerging from the Night of Rage in 2039, the Crimson Crush defend their territory against any threats, especially human, whether it’s from law enforcement or racist groups like …