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Out of Character - A place to gamble for a soul to play with, or ask for information. Or just have fun chatting with others.Please be sure to log out when leaving. Do NOT post links or use the Page button.
Story teller room - This room is for story lines, if you are not invited, do not enter.
Residence Room One - For scenes that take place in a residence, or other wise do not have anything to do with any of the other scenes.
Residence Room Two - For scenes that take place in a residence, or other wise do not have anything to do with any of the other scenes.
North Las Vegas - Located in the southern United States in the Mojave Desert, North Las Vegas sits north and east of Las Vegas. According to the United States Census Bureau, North Las Vegas has a total area of 100.4 square miles all of it land. In the Las Vegas Valley, several mountain ranges are nearby. Owing to its location in the Mojave Desert, the climate is hot and arid making it one of the driest places in the United States. Temperature are mild in the winter and hot in the summer. In the summer, the monsoon can reach the area, bringing heavy rain and thunderstorms.
Sunrise Manor - An unincorporated town and part of Las Vegas Township. Its located at the base of Frenchman Mountain, east of Las Vegas. If Sunrise Manor would be incorporated it would be one of the largest cities in Nevada. Its home of the Las Vegas Nevada Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. It is also the home of Eldorado High school and Las Vegas High school, and Sunrise mountain high school. [Four Seasons Inn is found here]
Winchester - Winchester sits in the east-central part of the Las Vegas Valley. To the north it borders Las Vegas, to the west and south is the CDP of Paradise, and to the east is Sunrise Manor [House of Cards is found in this part of town][Aaron Lockes Regency]
Las Vegas - Officially the city of Las Vegas and simply known as Vegas, is the most populous city in the state of Nevada. Vegas is an internationally renowned major resort city known primarily for gambling, shopping, fine dining and the night life [Down town, El Portal Theater, Las Vegas Zoo, Lorenzi Park, Hudsons Gym, Red District, Danse Macabre are found here]
Downtown - Las Vegas - Downtown Las Vegas is the central business district of Las Vegas, Nevada. It is the original townsite and gambling district of Las Vegas, prior to the Strip, and the area still incorporates downtown gaming. As the urban core of the Las Vegas Valley, it features a variety of hotel and business highrises, cultural centers, historical buildings and government institutions, as well as residential and retail developments. Downtown is located in the center of the Las Vegas Valley and just north of the Las Vegas Strip, centered on Fremont Street, the Fremont Street Experience and Fremont East. The city defines the area as bounded by I-15 on the west, Washington Avenue on the north, Maryland Parkway on the east and Sahara Avenue on the south. [Mage: Claimed by the Broken Chain] [Werewolf: Claimed by the Pure]
Lorenzi Park - Las Vegas - Lorenzi Park is one of the first parks in the City of Las Vegas. It was originally a vision of French immigrant, David G. Lorenzi. In 1911 Lorenzi came to the Las Vegas Valley lured by the rumors of artesian wells that would transform the desert to farm land. He purchased 80 acres (32 ha) of property on the outskirts of town, about two miles west current downtown Fremont Street area in 1912. [Mage: Claimed by the Keepers of Silence] [Werewolf: Claimed by the Storm Crows]
Red District - "Warning: The behaviors you've developed, guided by our collective experiences in a world dominated by the warmth of sunlight, will not safeguard your life when you enter: You are leaving the Domain of the Sun" The Brotherhood of the Sun's words are scrawled upon many of the walls of the Red District, as well as numerous pro-vampire words, and numerous vampire hate comments, each scrawled out or painted over by determined artists with the goal of warning or promoting the vampire presence. Security here is one of the best around - both for the people's protection and for the protection of the vampires from the world outside. You know you've truly entered it though, when the lights stop being yellow and turn red. A haunting glow for a macabre setting within the city. Las Vegas never slept, but the Vampire's did, and no one really talked about what Red District was like in the daytime. In the night though, it was as active and bustling as the busiest sections of the strip, with people lining up to be eaten day in and day out - Nightclubs, Restaurants, Hotels with no windows or whose windows were easily shut to keep light out. The place had a life to it, and every night seemed to rise up from the grave for that life to come.
Summerlin South - A very rich part of the city, filled with mansions. [Regency of Athan Cook]
Spring Valley - The area mostly consists of housing subdivisions, with strip malls lining the large boulevards that connect suburban Las Vegas to the Strip [The Underground is found here][Syns Regency]
Paradise - Paradise contains McCarran International Airport and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and most of the Las Vegas Strip. It contains most of the tourist attractions in the Las Vegas Area not including down town [Club LAVO , The Strip, Wolf Run Casino, and UNLV are found here]
Whitney - At one time this small city had its own identity, one of the few small communities between Las Vegas and Henderson, along Boulder Highway.
Mountains Edge - Bordering on the very south edge of the valley. The area has recently boomed with a mecca of shops, cookie cutter homes and what most people in vision as the perfect American life. There is a massive park with a long mountain that is lit up at night for people to climb/hike up
Enterprise - Enterprise is actually made up of two different sections. There is the northern part that is composed of Adult shops, Strip clubs, Bars, and all manner of Industrial buildings. The southern part is a mix, it was once considered farm land, some of the earlier houses being built in the 1940's. They are still zoned for farm animals, but newer developments are quickly pressing into this once forgotten area. [ The tunnels are found here]
Henderson - Officially the City of Henderson, the second largest city in Nevada and is part of the Las Vegas Metropolitan area, which spans the entire Las Vegas Valley. It occupies the southeastern end of the valley
Boulder City - Boulder City is one of only two cities in Nevada that prohibit gambling. Boulder City has two municipal golf courses (Boulder City Municipal Golf Course and Boulder Creek Golf Course), one private golf course, a city pool, racquetball complex, lit tennis courts, athletic fields, BMX bicycle track, ample mountain hiking trails, and is only a few miles away from Lake Mead. Nevada's first airport, Boulder City Municipal Airport, is still in operation today, accommodating private planes, skydiving trips, and scenic aerial tours of Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon.
Red Rock Canyon - Located 20 miles west of Las Vegas, presents awe-inspiring views most wouldn't expect to see near a major metropolitan city. in contrast to the bright lights and hype of the Strip, Red Rock offers desert beauty, towering red cliffs and abundant wildlife. [None claim this land. It is cursed. Tread here at your own Peril.]
Mt Charleston - Named for Mount Charleston, the highest point in the area, the town is in a valley of the Spring Mountains to the northwest of Las Vegas, noted for its hiking trails, and for the Mount Charleston Lodge, a rustic hotel. Temperatures are much lower than in Las Vegas, making it a popular place for Las Vegans to escape the heat. The mean high temperature is 20.4 degrees cooler than in Las Vegas. The Resort on the mountain is a beautiful place to get away, enjoy the snow , a change from desert heat.[You must go through Red Rock Canyon]
The Underground - here are 450 miles of tunnel beneath Clark county, 300 miles of which are underground. It's possible to get electricity down here without too much effort if you know how to and many of the homeless have television with cable. Urban legend, of course, is rife with all sorts of things that live in these tunnels... and in a World of Darkness, such things are all too often real. [Vampire: Nosferatu Territory
Farther Afield - For scenes taking place outside of the normal play area, or in the past/future/timey-wimey whatever
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