Seattle

At A Glance.
Downtown Seattle is where things are happening. The hub of the metroplex, this district is the home of many of the major corporations and government factions likely to employ shadowrunners. Downtown also has the plex’s trendiest nightclubs and places to see and be seen.
  • LTG Codes: 206/2206
  • Size: 468 sq. km
  • Population 545,000 – Human 63%, Elf 13%, Dwarf 2%, Ork 19%, Troll 2%, Other 1%
  • Hospital and clinics: 12
  • Major Corp Facilites: Aztechnology, Dassurn Serurities and Investments, Federated-Boeing, Ingersoll & Berkley, Mitsuhama Computer Technologies, Novatech, Renraku Computer Systems, Wuxing
  • Major Gangs: Bloody Screamers, Disassemblers, First Nations, Halloweeners, Troll Killers
Lone Star Security Ratings
North Downtown
  • AAA: Mathews Beach
  • AA: Inverness, North Beach, Richmond Highlands
  • A: Aurora Village, Greenwood (some sections), Loyal Heights, Northgate (some sections)
  • B: Greenwood (some sections), Northgate (some sections), Riverton (some sections),
  • C: Bitter Lake, Riverton (some sections)
Central Downtown
  • AAA: Alki, Fauntleroy, Madison Park, Madrona Park, Magnolia Bluf, Upper Queen Anne Hill
  • AA: Ballard, First Hill, Montlake, Mount Baker, Lower Queen Anne Hill, West Seattle, Windermere
  • A: Beacon Hill, Central (some sections), Elven District, Georgetown, Interbay (some sections), International District, Rainier Valley, University District, Westwood
  • B: Central (some sections), Capitol Hill, Columbia (some sections), Interbay (some sections), Laurel Hurst, Van Asselt (some sections)
  • C: Columbia (some sections), Ravenna, Van Asselt (some sections)
South Downtown
  • AAA: Bryn Mawr, Sea-Tac (Sea-Tac rating for Metroplex Guard and UCAS military)
  • AA: Arbor Heights, Normandy Park
  • A: Des Moines, Kent, White Center
  • B: Sea-Tac (for the area outside the airport proper, patrolled by Lone Star only)
  • C: Tukwila

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