Nowy Jork jest miastem w UCAS

Nowy York ucierpiał przez wielkie trzęsienie ziemi w 2005 r. Po trzęsieniu, korporacje odbudowały wyspę Manhattan.

Wyspa Manhattan ma w tej chwili najcięższe korporacyjne zabezpieczenia w UCAS, a może nawet w całej Północnej Ameryce. Dostęp na wyspę zastrzeżony jest nie tylko dla SIN-owców, ale także przez różnego rodzaju przepustki o różnym statusie w zależności od statusu:

  • mieszkaniec,
  • pracownik socjalny,
  • gość,
  • urzędnik,
  • VIP
  • etc.

Przepustki są wyrywkowo sprawdzane i osoby bez ważnych przepustek są natychmiast karane.

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New York — officially named City of New York and often called New York City to distinguish it from the state of New York is known affectionately as the "Big Apple" and recognized as one of several "world cities". In the heyday of the city's self-designation as "capital of the world", the United Nations headquarters was located in New York, and the city was home of the East Coast Stock Exchange, back when it was known as the New York Stock Exchange. The city was heavily damaged during a major earthquake and never fully recovered.

After the earthquake, the corps rebuilt the island of Manhattan, the city's center, with a series of skyrakers and arcologies tearing into the skyline. Manhattan island also features possibly the heaviest corporate security in the UCAS, and perhaps even North America. The island is restricted not only by SIN-carrying citizens but also by a series of color-coded pass-cards, issued by the municpal government dependent on status as a resident, commuting worker, vistor, government official, VIP, etc. Black pass-cards are issued to convicted criminals and ex-cons. The pass-cards are constantly cross-checked and the penalties are downright brutal if an individual does not present and/or possess a pass-card or, in the case of former convicts, possess a pass-card other than the black card.

Manhattan's city government is not only handled by an elected mayor and city council, but also by corporate council know as Manhattan, Inc. Consortium, shares of which are owned by major megacorporations, and while exact membership has been classified, the Big 10 such as Mitsuhama, Novatech, and Renraku are believed to have seats on the Consortium. Police contracts for NYC are handled by three security contractors, Lone Star, Winter Systems, and NYPD, Inc..

Vital Statistics (unofficial) Edytuj

(This population and demographic Vital Statistics data includes the entire New York City Megaplex: Manhattan Island [which, by itself, numbers about 9,000,000], The Counties, Long Island, Northern New Jersey, SW Connecticut, and SE NY State)

Population: 23,829,498 
  Human: 63%
  Elf: 14%
  Dwarf: 4%
  Ork: 15%
  Troll: 4%
  Other: 1%
White: 46%
  Jewish: 40%
  Irish: 8%
  Italian: 20%
  English: 2%
  German: 4%
  Azanian: 1%
  Polish: 5%
  Russian: 5%
  Arab: 1%
  West Indian: 12%
Black: 26%
Hispanic: 21%
  Puerto Rican: 50%
  Aztlaner: 9%
  Dominican: 19%
  Columbian: 5%
  Ecuadorian: 5%
  Cuban: 3%
Asian: 7%
  Chinese: 47%
  Vietnamese: 2%
  Asian Indian: 17%
  Japanese: 3%
  Filipino: 9%
  Korean: 14%
Amerindian: 0%


The most beguiling megasprawl in the world, New York is an adrenaline-charged, history-laden place that holds immense romantic appeal for visitors. Wandering the streets here, you'll cut between buildings that are icons to the modern age – and whether gazing at the flickering lights and holovid ads of the midtown skyrakers as you speed across the Queensboro bridge, experiencing the 4am half-life downtown, or just wasting the morning on the Staten Island ferry, you really would have to be made of ferrocrete not to be moved by it all. There's no place quite like it.

You could spend weeks in New York and still barely scratch the surface, but there are some key attractions – and some pleasures – that you won't want to miss. There are the different ethnic neighborhoods, like lower Manhattan's Chinatown and the traditionally Jewish Lower East Side (not so much anymore); and the more artsy concentrations of SoHo, TriBeCa (Southside), and The Village. Of course, there is the celebrated architecture of megacorporate Manhattan, with the skyscrapers in downtown and the skyrakers in midtown forming the most indelible images. There are the museums, not just the Metropolitan and MoMA, but countless other smaller collections that afford weeks of happy wandering. In between sights, you can eat just about anything, at any time, cooked in any style; you can drink in any kind of company; and sit through any number of obscure simsense. The more established arts – dance, theater, music – are still superbly catered for; and New York's clubs are as varied and exciting as you might expect. And for the avid consumer, the choice of shops is vast, almost numbingly exhaustive in this heartland of the great capitalist dream.

Long Island Edytuj

Long Island Communities and their Security Ratings (Nassau and Suffolk Counties) Many of these communities were severely damaged by the Quake of 2005. The megacorporations have rebuilt some of them, but, like the Seattle Barrens, others like Baldwin Harbor and Bohemia (though once-fine enclaves) were left to the street drek. Many of the good little corporate drones who work in Manhattan, Inc. come from out here and many of them live in such corporate enclaves as Brentwood, Atlantic Beach, and Deer Park. The poorer run-down communities are generally nothing more than metahuman housing projects for Orks and Trolls who can't afford Manhattan, or The Counties, and find New Jersey or Connecticut too far away from the NYC MegaSprawl. Elves tend to live in marginal places Rated B on the Lone Star and Knight Errant security schedules. You'll find Dwarves in C-D Rating places, and mostly Orks and Trolls in D-Z Rating places. Race doesn't matter as much here, so if you're an Elf or a Human, try befriending some of the Ork and Troll families; give them a break, pay a bill for them, or give them a Thanksgiving dinner. They'll love you.The AAA-A Rating places are Humans-only, Corporate-only enclaves, except for the A-Rated places where the only metahumans you'll find might be a handfull of Elf families.

Nassau County, is probably more anti-metahuman than Suffolk. No idea why. If I had a guess, it might be the congress-things out there are trying to beat back the urban blight creeping in from parts of The Counties. Unfortunately, they seem to equate metahumans with blight. In Suffolk County, many of the B-C Rated places are also home to Street Witches and Shamans. these places are also rife with Wiz-Kid gangs.

Population: 11,420,344
Human: 92%
Elf: 1%
Dwarf: 5%
Ork: 1%
Troll: 1%
Other: 0%
Atlantic Beach: AAA
Baldwin: AA
Baldwin Harbor: D
Barnum Island: A
Baxter Estates: A
Bayville: A
Bellmore: AAA
Bethpage (This hamlet is shared with the Town of Oyster Bay.): C
Brookville: AA
Cedarhurst: B
Centre Island: A
Cove Neck: AA
East Hills (This village is shared with the Town of Oyster Bay.): AAA
East Massapequa: AA
East Meadow: A
East Norwich: Z
East Rockaway: C
East Williston: AAA
Elmont: AA
Farmingdale: B
Floral Park (This village is shared with the Town of North Hempstead.): B
Flower Hill: E
Franklin Square: Z
Freeport: D
Garden City (This village is shared with the Town of North Hempstead.): E
Garden City South: E
Glen Head: AA
Glenwood Landing (part): C
Great Neck: B
Great Neck Estates: D
Great Neck Plaza: D
Greenvale (part): D
Hempstead (village): AA
Hewlett Bay Park: AAA
Hewlett Harbor: AAA
Hewlett Neck: E
Hicksville: Z
Island Park: B
Jericho: E
Kensington: B
Kings Point: AA
Lake Success: AAA
Lakeview: AA
Lattingtown: Z
Laurel Hollow: AAA
Lawrence: D
Levittown: B
Lido Beach: AAA
Locust Valley: A
Lynbrook: B
Malverne: Z
Malverne Park Oaks: A
Manhasset: B
Manorhaven: D
Massapequa: C
Massapequa Park: E
Matinecock: Z
Merrick: B
Mill Neck: E
Mineola (This village is shared with the Town of North Hempstead.): B
Munsey Park: E
Muttontown: Z
New Hyde Park (This village is shared with the Town of North Hempstead.): B
North Bellmore: Z
North Hills: B
North Massapequa: AAA
North Merrick: Z
Oceanside: Z
Old Bethpage: B
Old Brookville: E
Old Westbury (This village is shared with the Town of Oyster Bay.): Z
Oyster Bay: C
Oyster Bay Cove: AAA
Plainedge: AA
Plainview: B
Plandome: B
Plandome Heights: E
Plandome Manor: E
Point Lookout: E
Port Washington: A
Port Washington North: AA
Rockville Centre: A
Roosevelt: A
Roslyn: D
Roslyn Estates: C
Roslyn Harbor (This village is shared with the Town of North Hempstead.): Z
Russell Gardens: AAA
Saddle Rock: AAA
Salisbury: C
Sands Point: AA
Sea Cliff: AAA
Seaford: AA
South Farmingdale: C
South Floral Park: Z
South Hempstead: A
Stewart Manor: D
Syosset: E
Thomaston: AA
Uniondale: E
Upper Brookville: Z
Valley Stream: C
Wantagh: A
West Hempstead: Z
Westbury: A
Williston Park: D
Woodbury: AAA
Woodmere: D
Woodsburgh: AAA

Population: 16,252,002
Human: 56%
Elf: 20%
Dwarf: 15%
Ork: 5%
Troll: 3%
Other: 1%
Amagansett: AAA
Amityville: E
Aquebogue: C
Asharoken: AAA
Babylon: B
Baiting Hollow: AAA
Bay Shore: AAA
Bayport: B
Baywood: Z
Belle Terre: A
Bellport: AAA
Blue Point: D
Bohemia: Z
Brentwood: AAA
Bridgehampton: A
Brightwaters: AA
Brookhaven: C
Calverton: AA
Center Moriches: E
Centereach: D
Centerport: C
Central Islip: C
Cherry Grove (a.k.a. Fire Island): A
Cold Spring Harbor: D
Commack: E
Copiague: Z
Copiague Harbor: E
Coram: A
Cutchogue: AA
Deer Park: AAA
Dering Harbor: C
Dix Hills: AA
East Farmingdale: AA
East Hampton: AAA
East Islip: Z
East Marion: AAA
East Moriches: A
East Northport: E
East Patchogue: E
East Quogue: Z
East Setauket: D
East Shoreham: AAA
Eastport: D
Eatons Neck: C
Elwood: D
Farmingville: C
Fire Island Pines: D
Fishers Island: AA
Flanders: Z
Fort Salonga: E
Gilgo-Oak Beach-Captree: D
Gordon Heights: D
Great River: Z
Greenlawn: D
Greenport: E
Greenport West: E
Halesite: E
Hampton Bays: AAA
Hauppauge: C
Head of the Harbor: Z
Holbrook: Z
Holtsville: B
Huntington: D
Huntington Bay: E
Huntington Station: D
Islandia: E
Islip: Z
Islip Terrace: D
Jamesport: AA
Kings Park: AA
Lake Grove: E
Lake Ronkonkoma: C
Laurel: AA
Lindenhurst: E
Lloyd Harbor: A
Manorville: AAA
Mastic: A
Mastic Beach: B
Mattituck: Z
Medford: C
Melville: E
Middle Island: C
Miller Place: Z
Montauk: AA
Moriches: C
Mount Sinai: C
Napeague: C
Nesconset: Z
New Suffolk: AAA
Nissequogue: B
North Amityville: E
North Babylon: Z
North Bay Shore: E
North Bellport: D
North Great River: Z
North Haven: C
North Lindenhurst: D
North Patchogue: AAA
North Sea: AA
Northampton: Z
Northport: B
Northville: Z
Northwest Harbor: C
Noyack (Noyac): D
Oakdale: D
Ocean Beach: D
Old Field: E
Orient: AA
Patchogue: C
Peconic: C
Poquott: E
Port Jefferson: C
Port Jefferson Station: Z
Quioque (Quiogue): D
Quogue: E
Remsenburg: AAA
Ridge: C
Riverhead: A
Riverside: C
Rocky Point: Z
Ronkonkoma: AA
Sag Harbor: A
Sagaponack: C
Saltaire: AAA
Sayville: AA
Selden: C
Setauket: AA
Shelter Island: B
Shelter Island Heights: AAA
Shinnecock Hills: E
Shirley: AAA
Shoreham: AAA
Smithtown: C
Southampton: B
Southold (town): B
Sound Beach: C
South Huntington: D
Speonk: AA
Springs: D
St. James: D
Stony Brook: A
Terryville: AAA
Tuckahoe: C
Village of the Branch: AA
Wading River: Z
Wainscott: Z
Water Mill (Watermill): A
West Babylon: AAA
West Bay Shore: E
West Gilgo Beach: A
West Hampton Dunes (Westhampton Dunes): D
West Hills: D
West Islip: AA
West Sayville: AAA
Westhampton: C
Westhampton Beach: E
Wheatley Heights: Z
Wyandanch: D
Yaphank: D


New York City (sna s.173-174), NAGNA s.115-127

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