Renton (as of 2072)
Population: 218,000
Humans: 65%
Elves: 10%
Dwarves: 2%
Orks: 20%
Trolls: 1%
Other: 2%
Size: 259 square km
Population Density: 840/km2
Per Capita Income: 90,000¥
Below Poverty Level: 19%
On Fortune's Active Traders List: 1%
Corporate-Affiliated: 68%
Felonious Crime Rate: Unknown
Less Than 12 Years: 19%
High School Equivalency: 43%
College Degrees: 26%
Advanced Degrees: 12%
Hospitals: 13
Local Telecomm Grid Access No: Local Telecomm Grid Access: 16206
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Renton is one of the most "average" districts in Seattle - which isn't saying much. It's primarily a middle-low class residential neighborhood.

Renton’s problems are less serious than those of the Redmond Barrens, but the district has definitely seen better days. Renton has more gangs than any other area in Seattle except Redmond and is also a hotbed of Humanis Policlub activity, making anti-metahuman sentiment all too common.

Geography[edit | edit source]

Renton is surrounded by Bellevue and Redmond in the north, Downtown Seattle and Tacoma in the west, Auburn in the south, and Salish-Shidhe Council lands in the east.

Demographics[edit | edit source]

About 35% of Renton's population is metahuman.

Politics[edit | edit source]

The 2048 elections saw the rise of mayor Carl B. Vandersalm for his third term.

Humanis Policlub Seattle headquarters are located here.

2052-2072: Samuel “Smilin’ Sam” Usinski is one of the senior mayors of the metroplex, having served as Mayor of Renton for twenty years now, replacing old Carl Vanderslam. Usinski’s terms in office have focused heavily on “safeguarding” Renton from a variety of dangers, ranging from gangs and chips to corporate conflicts and the second computer Crash. Every election, Renton’s attitude seems to be “better the devil you know.” Usinski is also a major Brackhaven supporter, so the governor is sure to throw a little extra Renton’s way to shore up the mayor’s polling numbers and keep him right where he is.

2076: Renton is seeing a number of conflicts as the demographics change. Transplants from the east and south, many of them metahumans, mean that the racism remains but is becoming more subtle. With an ork and dwarf now on the council, policing principles may change.

The Apep Consortium library was recently completed near Cougar Mountain. Newly elected Mayor Jeremy Lucas seems intent on challenging the bunker mentality of the locals.

Economy[edit | edit source]

Renton's features many of Seattle's commercial shops aiming at middle and low class customers.

It is also notable for a number of security industry and software industry facilities.

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Lone Star Security Ratings[edit | edit source]

  • AAA: Lake Young
  • AA: Four Lakes, Maple Valley, Renton, Spring Lake
  • A: Issaquath (some areas), Thomas (some areas)
  • B: Issaquath (some areas), Meredith (some areas), Thomas (some areas)
  • C: Christopher, Meredith (some areas)

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Crime[edit | edit source]

Mafia and Yakuza are highly active here.

Major gangs include the Blood Mountain Boys (go-gang) and the Night Hunters (thrill gang).

Comments[edit | edit source]

  • Vital statistics were unchanged from 2050 to 2072 or were not reported more than once. Infoboxes for specific decades can be found in on the first page of relevant sourcebooks (see sources).
  • 2072 book did not provide an update on any topics but places of interest

Index[edit | edit source]

Shadowtalk[edit | edit source]

  • numerous shadowtalk comments have been offered on this topic throughout available sources:
    • 2050 (Seattle Sourcebook):
    • 2060 (New Seattle):
    • 2072 (Seattle 2072):

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