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  • Districts

    The Seattle Sprawl: city in the shadows, the crazy, mixed-up, fucked-up place that has been and continues to be one of the great havens for shadowrunners and edge societies in the world. [[File:579768 | class=media-item-align-none | divider.png]] < …

  • Redmond

    [[File:580132 | class=media-item-align-center | Barrens_Strip_Club.jpg]] Redmond is a barrens, nearly lawless, nearly penniless, nearly always dangerous. It is home to gangs, squatters, and the desperate. Don’t count on seeing a street light, or a …

  • Puyallup

    [[File:580169 | class=media-item-align-center | Puyallup.jpg]] Puyallup is barrens, but for a different reason than Redmond's. When the Great Ghost Dance rebelled against the US government after the Awakening, the Pacific Northwest’s volcanoes erupted …

  • Fort Lewis

    [[File:580186 | class=media-item-align-center | Fort_Lewis.jpg]] Although treated as just another district of the greater Seattle Metroplex, Fort Lewis is a UCAS Military Reservation. The Seattle Metroplex Guard, McChord Airfield, and the UCAS Army …

  • Downtown

    [[File:580187 | class=media-item-align-center | Downtown.jpg]] Downtown Seattle, also known as Seattle City, is the heart of the metroplex. The main business district is filled with businesses, shops, parks, theaters, museums, hotels, and restaurants, …

  • Tacoma

    [[File:580205 | class=media-item-align-center | Tacoma.png]] Tacoma’s docks and heavy industry are the main reason for the jokes about the “Tacoma aroma.” The district has busy docks, corporate business centers, and a “charming” turn-of-the-century …

  • Everett

    [[File:580360 | class=media-item-align-center | Everett.jpg]] The northernmost district of Seattle has long been known for “ships, planes, and stormy weather,” as Everett is located along the northern part of Puget Sound. It is famous as the home of …

  • Renton

    [[File:580361 | class=media-item-align-center | Renton.jpg]] Renton has a reputation as a sleepy bedroom suburb of the metroplex. Low and middling rent homes, plenty of apartment complexes, and the odd concrete park for the kids. The communities of …

  • Auburn

    [[File:580362 | class=media-item-align-center | Auburn.jpg]] Auburn is Seattle’s industrial heart, home to many of the metroplex’s factories, refineries, and other manufacturing plants. It’s a blue-collar district, home to the district’s urban brawl …

  • Bellevue

    [[File:580369 | class=media-item-align-center | Bellevue.JPG]] Located across Lake Washington from the Downtown district, Bellevue is the favorite retreat for Seattle’s well-to-do white-collar community. It’s filled with manicured parks and …

  • Snohomish

    [[File:580371 | class=media-item-align-center | Snohomish.jpg]] Snohomish is the metroplex’s breadbasket, with numerous aquaculture and agribusiness farms along the Snohomish River and in the surrounding countryside Seattle still imports the vast …

  • Outremer

    [[File:580373 | class=media-item-align-center | Outremer.JPG]] Outremer is the name given to the five major islands in the Puget Sound that are still considered part of the Seattle Metroplex. All of them are actually easier to reach from Salish-Shidhe …

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