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    The Docks: The Circus

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    The Docks: The Circus

    Post  Victor on Fri Jul 18, 2014 2:19 pm

    Controlled by: Lady Westminster

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    13. Teletex Circus (Media Sector)

    Post  Victor on Fri Jul 18, 2014 2:20 pm

    Description:
    New Oskana became a "new media" city a few years after it became a "telecom city," just over a decade ago. Almost overnight, the boutique design houses and new media solutions consultants took over part of ailing downtown, taking advantage of (then) cheap rents and build-out loft space that could cheaply accommodate rooms full of computer networks. In the intervening time, the neighborhood has become one of daytime productivity and single nightlife. Teletex Circus has everything one might find in a neighborhood devoted to media: coffee shops, an Apple store, art galleries, patio bistros and bars with brushed steel appointments where graphic designers and video editors with no kids and disposable income spend $70 a night on vodka tonics.

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    St. Michaels Church:
    This church has seen more use than a cheap prostitute over the years. As of late it has been known for the Priest going absolutely mad with grief over nothing. There was also a wholesale slaughter that took place inside of here. As a side note the Priest felt nothing about that and acted as if everything was normal afterwards. There are also several rumors that in the basement there are tunnels that monsters crawl out of at night in order to worship Satan.
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    21. Felix Plaza (City Courts)

    Post  Victor on Fri Jul 18, 2014 2:20 pm

    Description:
    An imposing cluster of official and court-related buildings designed by I.M. Pei, Felix Plaza is as interesting as it can be, given that the people who visit it often don’t want to be there. The courtyards surrounding the plaza each have an impressive view of the courts, which makes some people feel that the full power of the law looms over them. They’re not too far off the mark — despite the city bank accounts that never quite seem full, the courts are backlogged with cases and people, many of whom will be writing checks to the city to account for their fees and fines. Felix Plaza has a bit of an Orwellian feel, suggesting that if one has to be in attendance at the courthouse, the battle is already lost. There’s little room for the individual inside the machine of civic justice.
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    22. Drovers Park (Residential)

    Post  Victor on Fri Jul 18, 2014 2:21 pm

    Description:
    The oldest neighborhood in New Oskana, the most economically diverse, the most culturally integrated, Drover’s Park is what most people think of when they think of New Oskana. The eldest of the homes still bear the signature style of the region, and only a mile away, affordable apartments offer the urban New Oskana experience without crippling leases. Drover’s Park falls short of idyllic only because the neighbors don’t trust each other. The wealthy resent the poor compromising their property values, and the less financially independent resent the upper classes trying to gentrify them out of the neighborhood. The blacks resent the Hispanics, who clash with the Asians, who can’t relate to the Jews. Drover’s Park is everything a city has to offer in a two-mile-diameter microcosm. It’s residential comfort, commercial availability, a homeowner’s bad dream and businessman’s albatross. It’s great when it’s not terrible, but it’s always both.

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