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The Harbor

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New York's port. Piers lined with shipping vessels from all over the world. A garden for all sorts of criminal activity, as one can imagine.

This is the ULTIMATE in cage fighting. Two enter, one leaves under their own strength... if they are lucky. Opened in 2018, this is Bakkhos' latest major endeavor in the states. Throngs of screaming fans came quickly, enticed by the concept of a free for all blood sport that allows people to test their abilities in a "legal" way.

Just because it's Armageddon, doesn't mean you have to have one foot in the grave. Get yourself patched up or maybe settle in with a little morphine; vicodin is quite popular.

The school district remains largely intact and ready to continue your education. No, the apocalypse is not a valid excuse to skip class!

Guggenheim

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The building still has its famous spiralling ramp within to take viewers from one floor to the next, however the top floor is not open to the public as it has been reinforced with concrete and steel and now holds her private quarters and houses the main headquarters of the Kaminari Yakuza.. though no one would ever guess it just looking at the place, even from within.

Those public and private institutions that we all know and love. Includes places like The Met and Columbia University. First you can see or read about dinosaur fossils or demons before returning to the streets, where they're trying to eat you!

Fitness Centers, Fight Clubs and Full Contact Events (or Sporting Events). Whether you're working out, strapping on the gloves, spectating or just chilling out at the juice bar, this is your place to chew the fat or burn it.

Central Park

175 posts

Feel like relaxing with a leisurly scroll through Central Park? Well say no more, here you'll find it, and just about every park in the vicinity. Some things never quite change... including the wanton crime rate during the nightly hours.

Apartments/Hotels

175 posts

Need a place to crash for the night? How about a more permanent residence? Here you'll find both, where everyone attempts to live out their lives post-shift. You even have your motels, but there you might see random mini-monsters or oddly named spiders scurrying about.

Omenwich Square

75 posts

Welcome to Omenwich Square, an isle of Old World charm in the vast, bustling sea of New York City. Located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, off Broadway, between 82nd and 83rd this village of inviting cobblestone alleyways and intrigue awaits those adventurous souls who would explore the famed, magical square. Nestled between the narrow corridors of this stone labyrinth of brownstone buildings, one will find a variety of facilities catering to the mystical theme of the neighborhood, along with the founders of the three flagship businesses, who as pillars of the community provide a rich, historical archive of reference. So, whatever your taste, be sure to stop by Rare Relics if you seek mythical occult treasures, or explore the arcane books of the Dark Horse Crossroads. Whatever your fancy, be sure to pop in and enjoy the authentic hospitality of Omenwich's most beloved pub, the Oak & Henge.

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