The City of Rosscove

A fictional city sitting west of the Cascade Mountains, on the coast of northern California, Rosscove is home to several million people. As with any sizable city, it also houses a veritable nest of bloodsucking predators, aligned with the Camarilla. Between spurts of growth, influence from the neighboring Glendale muscling in, and infighting between Camarilla elders, Rosscove has become a bit of a sprawling mess. Ten loose districts exist within it, and as many suburbs surround the city.

Districts
Downtown – The ritzy center of the city, a place of wealth and power.
Riverside – An upscale center of residence, shopping, and clubs.
The Heights – Old moneyed families and sizable estates. Rich district.
The Mound – Middle class stretch of suburbia. Strip malls and sporting complexes common.
Runways – Airport and travel terminals, the main artery of human transportation into the city.
Upper Slums – A smaller section of ghetto on the north side of the city. Often considered to be the contested border of Anarch and Camarilla territory.
Lower Slums – A larger section of ghetto on the south side of the city.
Warehouses – Home to the major docks leading into Rosscove, this district is the beating heart of the trade into the city. Currently houses a heavy Sabbat presence.
Boardwalks – An older, decaying entertainment district, still popular for its beaches and (of course) boardwalk entertainment.
Wasteland – Polluted center of industry. Current Sabbat front.

Suburbs
Glendale – Rosscove’s largest suburb and home to the Anarchs.
Captain’s Hill – A small, inconsequential northern suburb, bordering Glendale.
Harrisburg – One of the main areas for the Camarilla to compete against the Anarchs for influence, Harrisburg is a growing, thriving community.
Paoli – A tiny suburb, rich with tech startups and industries.
Jameston – The second largest suburb of Rosscove, a widely-dispersed and open community. Currently infested with Sabbat agents.
Whiteford – A middle-class suburb, home to many parks.
Fremont – Less urban than the rest of Rosscove’s suburbs, proximity to the Cascade Mountains makes Fremont a popular destination for folks looking to take some time away from the city, without actually leaving the Greater Rosscove Metropolitan area.
Ponte du Fleur – A run-down suburb, Ponte du Fleur used to be prosperous and maintained but years of neglect have seen this town spiral towards becoming an urban hellhole.
South Chapel – Partially named for the center of deviant faith, the Monastery of Greenley, South Chapel has a small, insular, but connected community.
Waverly – Home to many fishermen, blue collar laborers, and several trailer parks, what Waverly lacks in class it makes up for in population density.

The City of Rosscove

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