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    The Docks: The Banks

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    The Docks: The Banks

    Post  Victor on Wed Jul 16, 2014 2:59 pm

    Controlled by Shamus Blackcrow
    Director of Natural Resources: Ranald Radko
    Taxes Owed: 80,000


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    10. Morgan Reservoir (Sewer)

    Post  Victor on Thu Jul 17, 2014 3:30 pm

    Description:
    The area around Morgan Reservoir is nice enough, but its proximity to the slums of Lockham keep the reservoir neighborhood ever teetering on the brink of overt unpleasantness. Despite that nice enough façade, something’s wrong in the reservoir neighborhood, as an uncomfortable number of cases of syphilis have been traced back to the families living in the neighborhood. It hasn’t yet been declared an epidemic, but the "Morgan Mono" is a stigma currently attached to people from the neighborhood even if they don’t have the disease. Nobody knows what’s causing it or who first carried it in, but the rest of the city considers the reservoir neighborhood a bit of a joke - a haven for hicks, a den of swingers, a district of exceptionally horny and unclean teenagers — and all the derision does is shame the afflicted from treating their condition.

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    Steel Mill Park:
    The history of this park could fill a small book or possibly a large one. Though it is most often known as one of the places in the city where trouble always seems to occur. In the last twenty years there have been no less than three riots at the location, though not all of them were reported in the media. On the other hand the place has been a wellspring of talent in the local tattoo scene. There are still at least four tattoo shops operating in the area and this has led to the increase in the areas popularity for the artistic community.
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    11. Hoyt & Cross (financial sector)

    Post  Victor on Thu Jul 17, 2014 3:31 pm

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    New Oskana’s analogue to Wall Street, Hoyt & Cross, named for the intersection where almost all of the city’s banks have their headquarters, is a mecca for those who have money and want to turn it into more. Banks, investment firms, venture capital companies and finance analysts all have their offices here, in the penthouse offices far above the homeless lunatics and junkies on the street. It’s a curious collision of the financially blessed and the utterly down and out, where bums panhandle for spare change out front of $50-a-plate-lunch restaurants, where the air smells like avocado oil, roasted garlic and inescapable body odor.
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    12. Three Corners (Diamond ,Street, Butcher's Row, Printer's Corner; Mercantile Sector)

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    Everything happens at Three Corners. That is, practically any service a city might conceivably provide happens along the strip of commercial zoning named after the three most prominent streets that intersect it. The city’s merchandise mart is here, as are innumerable office buildings, street-side cafes, upscale bars, fancy hotels and even a restored movie theater that now serves as a small civic center annex. The neighborhood abounds with vintage architecture, both restored and au-naturel, which gives the area a charming sense of anachronism. The small cloisters of residential space in Three Corners speak to their owners’ genteel sophistication.

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