Located on the west shore of the Delaware Bay, approximately 22 miles southeast of Dover, Capital City is the largest and most populous city in Delaware. The city’s founders, real estate developer Arthur Richville and financier Chase Livery, hoped it would be “a testament to the power of American capitalism.” From the art deco skyscrapers, with their dirigible docking stations and decorated cornices, to the streamlined trains that streak across the city’s elevated monorail, to the mighty Statue of Fortune that overlooks the Bay, Capital City was built to be the city of tomorrow – but tomorrow never came. True, more than 60% of the country’s Fortune 500 companies maintain an office here, and the city’s elite Richville neighborhood hosts some of America’s most luxurious mansions. But Capital City is also a city of poverty, crime, and decay, where endless rows of rusted factories and abandoned buildings are the legacy of lost hope, broken promises, and shattered American dreams...
The Capital City Gazetteer includes a 12-page full-color overview of Capital City and a pair of 24" x 36" double-sided full-color maps that show the four major regions of Capital City:
- Capital City University
- The Industrial District
Each of the maps is marked with a 5 SP (150-foot) grid compatible with our Ascendant Combat Gauge (sold separately). The gazetteer provides a key for the major points of interest on each map.
It's the go-to gazetteer for heroes who want to clean up America's toughest metro. Capital City's criminals won't fight themselves!