The World of Darkness

The Strip

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While the city of Las Vegas as a whole is ruled by the House of Cards, the Sun and Moon Courts of the city hold the Strip as their own fiefdom underneath the Seasonal Freehold. As is the norm with the Diurnal Courts, the Solar Laws are upheld during the day and the Lunar Laws at night; only if these laws or the punishments for breaking them conflict with the Seasonal laws will the greater freehold intervene, however.

The seat of power for the Sun Court is the Luxor, held by their King (called the Red Joker by the House of Cards) Lucien Novak. The Moon Court rules from the Riviera, under the potent sway of the tigrid Black Joker known only as Sovereign.

The city's primary Goblin Market is located here as well, where a roll of the dice could earn visitors the wares they desire or get them heavily indebted to The House, a nebulous being that few have ever seen.


No cabal claims the Strip as a whole, but the Guardian known as Gabriel has named Caesar's Palace as her personal protectorate while she serves as the bodyguard for the daughter of one of the owner's.


Las Vegas being what it is, it's a rare Kindred that doesn't have some hand in the city's largest business. The Bellagio is the only hotel that is fully in vampiric hands, although this fact is not openly known outside the Kindred.


The Strip as a whole is not claimed by any one pack, but the Trust rules the roost from the Wolf's Run Casino. While the grounds are technically neutral territory, any Uratha who comes in and starts havoc will have one of the city's most powerful packs on their asses in short order.


The Las Vegas Strip is an approximately 4.2-mile (6.8 km) stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard in Clark County, Nevada, adjacent to, but outside the city limits of Las Vegas proper. The Strip lies within the unincorporated towns of Paradise and Winchester. Most of the Strip has been designated an All-American Road.

Many of the largest hotel, casino and resort properties in the world are located on the Las Vegas Strip. Fifteen of the world's 25 largest hotels by room count are on the Strip, with a total of over 62,000 rooms.

One of the most visible aspects of Las Vegas' cityscape is its use of dramatic architecture. The modernization of hotels, casinos, restaurants, and residential high-rises on the Strip has established the city as one of the most popular destinations for tourists.