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Zurich-Orbital
Capital Unknown
Government Corporate Court
Leaders
Population Unknown
Land area has no land area
(space station)
GDP (total) Unknown
(per capita)
Major Ethnic Groups
Major Languages Spoken
Major Religions
Currency Nuyen (¥)

Zurich-Orbital

History[]

Formerly the space station Freedom owned by Ares (purchased from NASA in 2016),[1] the space station was sold to the Corporate Court in 2023.[2] It was renamed to its current name, Zurich-Orbital, in the late 2020s.[3] The Corporate Court installed itself into the space station soon afterwards, and the Zurich-Orbital Gemeinschaft Bank established its primary offices in the station in 2033.

Economy[]

Ability to exchange corpscrip [4]

Corporate Presence[]

Current and Past Residents[]

Primary Residents (permanent)

Secondary Residents (temporary)

  • Corporate Court Justices
    • Yves Aquillon (Cross)
    • Alexander Belczyk (S-K)
    • Neil Benson (Renraku)
    • Raphael Colemno (MCT)
    • Li Feng (Wuxing)
    • Paul Graves (Ares)
    • Yoshiko Hino (Yamatetsu)
    • Octavia Laux (Ares)
    • Steven Nishimura (Shiawase) - Only went to the habitat once, and was sent back down due to space phobia
    • Lynn Osborne (Novatech) - Soon to be replaced by Benjie Hackett
    • Jean-Claude Priault (S-K) - The oldest justice, and the unofficial "head" of the group
    • Anna Villalobos (Aztechnology)
    • Leonard Yang (Mitsuhama)

Former residents

Magic[]

Within a mana warp of level 8 or 9 [5]

Matrix[]

Matrix Host [6]

References[]

This page forked from Wordman's The Sixth World: A geographical index to the world of Shadowrun

  1. o03317300Target: Wastelands p.68
  2. o79645619Corporate Download p.18
  3. o39057206Corporate Shadowfiles p.89
  4. o79645619Corporate Download p.14
  5. o04858358Magic in the Shadows p.86
  6. o57280352Target: Matrix p.74-76

Index[]

writing variants[]

  • Zürich Orbital - SOE
  • Zurich-O - THR

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