Pulse Setting

Patrick Carman
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The Western State

Located across Nevada and various other former states, the Western State comprises tens of millions of people, packed together in a technologically-advanced, utopian-like city where mass transport and severe restrictions on human actions are commonplace. For example, burning wood is illegal, and the State chooses at will the jobs that various people have. Freedom is severely limited, if it exists at all in the Western State. It is run by a president, and rumors are that it will one day shut off entry to outsiders.

The Eastern State

Not much is revealed about the Eastern State, except that it serves the same functions as the Western State. The Eastern State exists over the western parts of the East, including Kentucky and Tennessee.

Old Park Hill

Nearly a hundred miles from the Western State, Old Park Hill is a school campus that has long been abandoned. Nearby...

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