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  • Northwest DC
    The largest quadrant in DC, Northwest includes the White House, the Washington Monument, the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, the Smithsonian, and the National Zoological Park. Before the Revelation, Northwest DC contained over 50% of the city's population, and accounts for 42% of it's landmass. This area also contains the wealthy neighborhoods of Foggy Bottom and Georgetown and, though unexplored, it is common knowledge that the area is extremely dangerous and under firm undead control. Threat levels are estimated to go no lower than yellow, and are a deep red in the city's heart.
    Subforums: The White House, Washington Monument, Georgetown
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  • Northeast DC and Capitol Hill
    Dominated by federal buildings, Northeastern DC and Capitol Hill are home to the Capitol Building, Union Station, the Supreme Court, various universities, the National Arboretum, RFK Stadium, and the Library of Congress. Neighborhoods of Victorian houses stretch east from these buildings. Threat levels are yellow through red, with the Capitol itself known to be particularly dangerous.
    Subforum: Library of Congress
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  • Southwest DC
    The smallest quadrant due to a secession of territory to Virginia, Southwest DC was once one of the safest areas in DC, home to both its police department as well as various military bases like Fort McNair and Bollings Air Force Base. The sirens that punctuated the area's sound have gone eerily quiet, though many of the the formerly affluent survivors in the area still make do. The threat level in this area is predominantly yellow, as the incursion of the undead has yet to truly escalate this far.
    Subforum: Fort McNair
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  • Southeast DC
    With a reputation for a high level of crime and violence, the southeastern area of DC was typically left off travel guides, despite containing the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site. The area is still composed of mostly the poor and disenfranchised, and is primarily African-American. Containing the city's jails and largely neglected by the vampire scourge, the Southeast's people are used to being ignored and surviving, and this oversight may prove a fatal weakness. Southeast DC threat level includes the only green areas in DC, ignored as it is except by solitary incursions here and there.
    Subforum: Anacostia Community Museum
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  • Character Sheets
    Character sheets for the player characters of Pray for Daylight. Players will have personal forums that can only be viewed by themselves and the Storyteller and will also use to track experience purchases.
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  • Preludes
    Preludes for the player characters of Pray for Daylight. Players will have personal forums that can be viewed by all users.
    Subforum: Helena Falk
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