For decades, Tacoma was Seattle’s smaller southern neighbor, bluecollar to Seattle’s white-collar, industry to its neighboring city’s innovation. Still, the area known as “the City of Destiny” took its rightful place following the incorporation of the metroplex. With population concentrated within Seattle’s new borders, corporations and residents shifted back into Tacoma, and billions of nuyen poured into real estate, renovation, and infrastructure for the area.

Now Tacoma continues its long tradition as a major port, a significant waterfront area of the greater Port of Seattle, while also enjoying a strong business presence and managing to preserve its charming, turn-of-the-century downtown area. Of course, not everything has been easy; Tacoma saw some of the worst violence of the Night of Rage decades ago, and memorials still mark the tragic loss of life on that fateful night.

Size: 570 square kilometers
Population: 375,000

  • Human: 71%
  • Elf: 11%
  • Dwarf: 1%
  • Ork: 15%
  • Troll: 1%
  • Other: 1%

Population Density: 658 per square kilometer
Per Capita Income: 59,000¥
Corporate-Affiliated Population: 89%
Hospitals and Clinics: 6
Voting Precincts: 8

  • Less Than 12 Years: 25%
  • High School Equivalency: 48%
  • College Equivalency: 21%
  • Advanced Degrees and Certificates: 6%

Major Corp Facilities: Federated-Boeing, PacRim Communications, Shiawase
Major Gangs: The Ragers, the Spikes

Lone Star Security Ratings

  • AAA: Rustin, University Place, Zenith
  • AA: Federal Way, Menlo Park, Steilacoom, Dupont
  • A: Fircrest, Lakewood Centre
  • B: Des Moines, Kent
  • C: Fife, Milton, Northeast Tacoma, South Tacoma

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