Denver or the Front Range Free Zone is a sovereign state and the domain of the great dragon Ghostwalker.
The Denver Metroplex consists of Boulder to the north, down to Colorado Springs to the south.
Following the Treaty of Denver, the city is divided between the USA and four members of the NAN: Aztlan, Pueblo, Sioux, and Ute. Denver and the surrounding territory became the Front Range Free Zone, a technically sovereign state governed by the Council of Denver.
In 2025, the Broncomania Stadium was completed in the UCAS sector of Denver.
There is a maglev running north to south connecting the metroplex ran by Front Range Transit International. While there is a subway system that runs east to west that runs through only the Denver area. The subway has fallen in to disrepair with only one line still running and many unfinished tunnels.
On April 25, 2018, the Treaty of Denver is signed after three months of negotiations. The Native American Nations, the United States, Canada, and Aztlan were apart of the signing. The treaty recognized the sovereignty of the NAN and gave them control over most of the western United States. The treaty also divided Denver in to districts for the United States, Aztlan, Sioux, Pueblo, and Ute nations.
In 2037 the Denver Data Haven goes online.
The Blizzard of 2038 hits Denver.
December 24, 2061, Ghostwalker emerges from the Watergate Rift in Washington F.D.C. That same day he finds his body and begins an attack on Denver. He focuses on the Azlan district and destroys the Aztlan teocalli.
Ground broken for a Temple of the Dragon 
2072, the Winter Olympics are held in Denver. Aztlan athletes are prohibited from entering the city.
In the fall of 2074 a conflict between Ghostwalker and the immortal elf Harlequin came to head and plunged Denver into a civil war like state with underworld groups fighting and regular terrorist attacks. Aztechnology used the opportunity to take again control of parts of the city in the name of Aztlan.
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 because 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 situation forces 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.
Sports are practically a religion in Denver (some would argue that it is a religion). After the Treaty of Denver, Mile High Statium fell into the hands of the Ute Sector. Since the NFL is still considered all American (and the Utes wouldn't let any anglos in to their sector anyway), the owners quickly started plans to build the new Broncomania Stadium, which was completed in 2025. Which also housed the Nuggets, and probably all other local sports teams.
- Broncos – Football
- Nuggets – Basketball
- Thunderheads – Urban Brawl
Aztechnology(removed by Ghostwalker in the 2060s)
- Pueblo Corporate Council
- Saeder-Krupp 
- Warpdrive Systems 
several major smuggling routes run through Denver 
Mafia influence in Denver: The Casquilho Family in the UCAS Sector and the Chavez Family (originating from DFW) in the CAS Sector. The Koshari dominate the Underworld of the Pueblo Sector. Also there are at least two Triads and two different Kumi of the Yakuza in the city. Five rivaling Vory groups followed the Evo Corporation to Denver, but none of these controls more than a small slice of the its underworld, and in 2073 the first of them ceased to exist.
This page forked from Wordman's The Sixth World: A geographical index to the world of Shadowrun
- ↑ Shadowrun Third Edition p. 25
- ↑ Year of the Comet p. 46
- ↑ Corporate Download p. 90
- ↑ Portfolio of a Dragon: Dunkelzahn's Secrets p. 71
- ↑ Denver: The City of Shadows pp. 70-84
- ↑ Target: Matrix pp. 26-34
- ↑ Target: Smuggler Havens pp. 79-88
- ↑ Underworld Sourcebook p. 36
- Artifacts Unbound
- Conspiracy Theories
- Dawn of the Artifacts: Midnight
- Denver: The City of Shadows
- Denver Adventures
- Dirty Tricks
- Dragons of the Sixth World
- Hazard Pay
- Jet Set
- Loose Alliances
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- Portfolio of a Dragon: Dunkelzahn's Secrets, 29, 40-41, 70, 71, 95, 98, 99
- Runner's Companion, 4, 29, 32
- Running Wild
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- Sixth World Almanac, 178-9
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