“Work hard and play hard” could be the motto of Auburn, because that’s what people in the district do. Auburn is a working-class part of Seattle, with people keeping the district’s factories humming. So much so, in fact, that people talk about the “Auburn Hum,” the constant background noise of factories and plants working twenty-four hours a day to produce goods shipped everywhere in the world.

People in Auburn like to enjoy their time off as well. Sports are popular here, including the metroplex’s best amateur baseball and urban brawl teams (the Auburn Cardinals and the Auburn Rumblers), and there are a number of active gyms and fitness clubs throughout the area. You can enjoy a day at the races at the Seattle International Raceway and, in the evenings, the district’s many bars and nightclubs offer a wide range of entertainment.

Size: 363 square kilometers
Population: 218,000

  • Human: 65%
  • Elf: 11%
  • Dwarf: 2%
  • Ork: 19%
  • Troll: 2%
  • Other: 1%

Population Density: 601 per square kilometer
Per Capita Income: 32,000¥
Corporate-Affiliated Population: 63%
Hospitals and Clinics: 7
Voting Precincts: 5

  • Less Than 12 Years: 30%
  • High School Equivalency: 42%
  • College Equivalency: 26%
  • Advanced Degrees and Certificates: 2%

Major Corp Facilities: Bowman Metal Works, Federated Boeing, United Oil
Major Gangs: None

Lone Star Security Ratings

  • AA: Auburn, Lake Wilderness
  • A: Algona (some areas), Berrydale (some areas), Pacifica (some areas)
  • B: Algona (some areas), Berrydale (some areas), Covington, Enumclaw (some areas), Georgetown, Maple Valley, Pacifica (some areas), Sumner (some areas), Timberlane
  • C: Black Diamond, Enumclaw (some areas), Sumner (some areas)
  • D: Bolse

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