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The fanciest shops and malls can be found in the downtown, the center of the city’s consumerism. You can find just about anything here if you have the time to look for it. Clothes, food, technology, even weapons if you know where to look. The city park is also located here, boasting the largest concentration of greenery in the city.
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In: Angelic Gears
By: Mimitaro
No New Posts Midas Square
The Financial District is the center of white collar life in the City and the collective employer of a large portion of the its population. The banks and corporations that call the City home stake their claims here, proudly displaying their ownership over the tallest and most impressive skyscrapers on the skyline. It is some of the most expensive real estate in the City, and owning one of those high-flying condos is considered a point of pride amongst the wealthy.
10 244 Apr 17 2018, 09:23 AM
In: Alone In The Dark
By: JustCallMeNick
No New Posts Toytown
Clubs, arcades, and other such facilities line the main street of Toytown, offering all sorts of distractions for the people of the city. For those looking for less… “wholesome” entertainment, the alleys and back roads are home to the seedier bars and other less-than-legal facilities. The waterfront is considered a part of Toytown, hosting some of the district’s more expensive restaurants and access to the City’s only public beach.
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In: An Argument Against Child S...
By: DoubleXXCross
No New Posts Capitol Hill
The oldest buildings in the city can be found in Capitol Hill, though newer buildings can be seen mixed in with the old. The city’s government is centered here, along with the headquarters for the City’s various municipal services. The city’s jail and hospital are both located here, each surrounded by related businesses that determine the nature of much of the district.
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In: Paint the City Red
By: Raelyn Sentinal
No New Posts Industrial District
The industrial district is sprawling and utilitarian, a stark contrast from the bright neon and dense construction of the rest of the city. Factories and warehouses make up most of the district, along with some outlet stores and shops catering towards the people employed here. Along the coastal edge are the docks, where container ships and fishing boats make their daily stops before going back out into the wide ocean.
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In: A Splinter In Reality
By: Chanlye Alexina
No New Posts The Sprawl
The many residential neighborhoods collectively making up the Sprawl vary greatly in wealth, style, and density. Those who can afford it cluster in walled communities and high rises near the central areas of the City, while the rest live in the apartments and rowhouses further from the center. Some of the poorest parts of the city are located in the Sprawl, though most people try to avoid those areas if they’re able.
12 298 Apr 21 2018, 04:42 PM
In: First Step.
By: Chanlye Alexina
 

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