Atlanta is the capital of Georgia and the Confederation of American States. It has a population of 6 million.

Atlanta is the third largest metropolitan area in the CAS, behind Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston in Texas.

Geography[edit | edit source]

Neighbourhoods[edit | edit source]

  • Downtown
    • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Buckhead
  • Decatur
  • Douglasville
  • Marietta
  • Norcross
  • Southtown
    • Fulton Stadium/The Dome

Demographics[edit | edit source]

According to data of year 2050, Atlanta has a population of 6 millions inhabitants, with a density above 180 inhabitants per square kilometer. The racial makeup was Humans 68% (~4.08M), Elves 3% (~180,000), Dwarves 2% (~120,000), Orks 23% (~1.38M), Trolls 3% (~180,000).

The average income was ¥26,500. 26% of the population were below the poverty line. 56% of the population was affiliated to a megacorporation.

Economics[edit | edit source]

The administration directly employs 5% of Atlanta population. Major megacorporations headquartered in Atlanta are Hisato-Turner Broadcasting, Cord Mutual, DocWagon, Coca-Cola, Shaw Textiles, Global Business Computers and the Atlantean Foundation. A lot of foreign corporations also install their CAS division HQ in Atlanta.

Also the Center of Disease Control (CDC) is located in Atlanta as well as the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), a School, which has magical faculty of renown.

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