History[edytuj | edytuj kod]
Welcome to Denver, also known as the Front Range Free Zone. It's a simmering cauldron of barely contained chaos. The City's six political sectors coexist only becuase they have no other choice. The sector's laws and economics conflict enough to make legal trade between them virtually nonexistent. Denver's shadow economy alone sustains the city; without the black and gray markets, no one could afford food and the other necessities of life.
This situationforces Denver's residents to ignore as well as they can the borders between the sectors. People and products must cross sector borders daily, and only the governments try to track the dangers and opportunities that cross at the same time. Denver's free-for-all, Wild West attitude attracts powerful players, and that makes Denver a dangerous place even for the most experienced shadowrunners.
This is the city where the great treaty of Denver was signed. The area is divided into six sectors. Each sector corresponds to a different nation. The six sectors are the Aztlan sector, CAS sector, Pueblo sector, Sioux Sector, UCAS Sector, and Ute Sector.
Polityka[edytuj | edytuj kod]
Geography[edytuj | edytuj kod]
Following the Treaty of Denver, the town is divided between the US and four members of the NAN: Aztlan, Pueblo, Sioux, and Ute. Denver and the surrounding territory becomes the Front Range Free Zone, a technically sovereign state goverened by the Council of Denver.
Economy[edytuj | edytuj kod]
References[edytuj | edytuj kod]
27 stycznia 2012: Dunkelzahn pojawia się w pobliżu Cherry Creek Lake (sr3.25)
Klika ważnych szlaków przemytniczych przebiega przez Denver (tsh.79-88).
Ground broken for a Temple of the Dragon (yotc.46).
The novel Night's Pawn is partially set in Denver (s 85-196).
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This page forked from Wordman's The Sixth World: A geographical index to the world of Shadowrun