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  • The Order of Divine Revelations

    The Order of Divine Revelations, often refereed to as the _Visionaries_, is the fake Mendicant order created by [[:fryer | Fryer]], to go along with his motif. His various thugs and dealers are considered part of the order, and refereed to as such. …

  • Breeze's Crime Syndicate

    More "official" and business oriented than his [[:fryer | rival]], [[:mr-breeze | Mr. Breeze]] runs a criminal syndicate to help get his drugs and weapons through the city. With his Cartel supplied arsenal, Breeze is a force to be reckoned with in the …

  • Places

    h2. [[Seattle | Seattle]] "Map of Seattle":https://www.seattle.gov/neighborhoodcouncil/documents/CURRENTdistrictandNSCmap.pdf h3. [[Ballard]] h5. -[[:harold-sinclair | Harold's]] Haven h3. [[Central Area]] h5. -[[Seattle's Tremere Chantry]] …

  • The Emerald Court

    "The Emerald Court" is the name given to the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture by the kindred. It serves as the meeting place of the city's Primogen. There doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason to why the museum was chosen as the meeting …

  • The Space Needle

    The internationally known symbol of Seattle, the Space Needle, and observation tower built in 1962 for the World's Fair. [[File:633535 | class=media-item-align-none | 420px-Space_Needle_5.jpg]]

  • Chinatown International District

    h3. Camarilla & Anarch Thoughts: Stay out of Chinatown! h3. Objective Info: Seattle Chinatown-International District, a neighborhood in [[Seattle]] the is the center of the city's Asian-American community. No Kindred dare wander into Chinatown, …

  • Seattle's Tremere Chantry

    Camarilla Thoughts: bq). Our last bastion of Camarilla presence in the city. It stands as a monument to the incompetence of the new rule. - [[:arthur-groos | Arthur Groos]] Anarch Thoughts: bq). I don't know what the fuck is wrong with that …

  • Port of Seattle

    The seaport in Seattle's port district. The people in charge of the dock are as corrupt as everyone has come to expect, with God knows what coming through the port. One of the warehouses is used for underground fighting during the cover of night ( …

  • Anarch Main Page

    h2. Seattle Has Been Liberated Once an oppressive Camarilla city, slaughtering Caitiff for their ancient superstitions, [[Seattle | Seattle]] was [[Caitiff Rebellion | liberated]] by the Caitiff masses, lead by [[:james-elwyn-1 | James Elwyn]]. The …

  • Camarilla Main Page

    h2. Seattle Has Fallen Once a proud Camarilla city, [[Seattle | Seattle]] has [[Caitiff Rebellion | fallen]] to the the Caitiff, Clanless Thin-Bloods, lead by their new "Baron" [[:james-elwyn-1 | James Elwyn]] and his [[The Court of Goodwill | Court of …

  • Seattle Police Department

    The Seattle PD, responsible for preventing crime in the city (though that is much easier said than done). It is well known that most of the police in the city are corrupt or incompetent; those who weren't either left, were forced out, or ended up dead. …

  • Seattle's Harpies

    Like their Camarilla counter-parts, the Harpies of Seattle are the opinion leaders of the Cainites, they are the trend-setters. Camarilla Harpies spend most of their time socializing in Elysiums, but as no such place exists in Seattle (besides the [[The …

  • Magnolia-Queen Anne

    Population:~58,000 Business disctrict in Magnolia known as "the Village", home many many top restaurants in Seattle, as while as marine/industrial services.

  • Greater Duwamish

    Population:~10,000 A now largely abandoned district, Greater Duwamish is home to overgrown plants, the homeless, and crime. It used to be home to an area called "The Jungle", but that term refers to the entire district in these Final Nights. Due to …

  • Downtown

    Population:~18,000 Despite its low population, this is where the Cainites thrive, due to the abundance of nightclubs and other activities keeping the kine out a little too late.

  • Ballard

    Population:~45,000 Light industry and housing for many of the dock workers, though the decrease in fishing work has left many of them unemployed.

  • David Clark

    Mayor Clark isn't known for his high approval rating or the love of his constituents. In fact most people don't like him, and know he is only using his job for the benefits it brings him. Despite this, people keep voting him in year after year. Better the …