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.
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  • The White House
    The former home of the President of the United States, this area is unexplored and considered extremely dangerous.
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  • Washington Monument
    A symbol of the indomitable American spirit, the Washington Monument stands as a bulwark against the undead. For some reason, they are never seen within any respectable distance of the obelisk.
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  • Georgetown
    Renowned for federalist architecture, historic brick and frame row houses, cobblestone streets, and grand estates dating back as early as the mid-1700s, Georgetown is eerily quiet, with survivors doing their best to avoid drawing attention.
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