You are here :-  Wiki

Page History: Deathlands Locations

Compare Page Revisions

Older Revision - Back to Page History - Newer Revision

Page Revision: 2010/07/05 17:56

   This is a list of locations of note that appear or are mentioned in the books.

Villes and Baronies

   Amicus: A town in Montana founded around 2086 to facilitate trade between the whites and the Native American tribes in the area (Demons of Eden).

   Aten: A city deep in the Guadalupe Desert of California, built around the set of a movie filmed in the 1920s. It was created and run by Akhnaton before his death (Nightmare Passage).

   Brampton: A small town in Louisiana, near the coast. The people there were cattle for the Family before the companions killed all four of the vampires Bloodlines.

   BullRun Ville: One of the satellite towns around Front Royal. It was destroyed by the Kite employed by Silas Jamaisvous (Gaia's Demise).

   Casanova Ville: One of the satellite towns around Front Royal. It was destroyed by the Kite employed by Silas Jamaisvous (Gaia's Demise).

   Cascade: Formerly known as Buena Vista, Virginia, this isolated town cut itself off from the rest of the world shortly after skydark, after several waves of refugees, followed by a busload of bandits, attempted to raid the town and kill everyone in it. Post-skydark, the citizens occasionally send out a single person to act as a "doomie" with rumors of a "lost city" to draw traders in so they can be killed for their goods. The town was largely destroyed during a battle between a rogue trader and the combined forces of Roberto and the companions (Eden's Twilight).

   Claggartsville: A small town on the coast of Maine. The people make a living by whaling and fishing, and talk in an archaic style. Outlanders are given three days to find a job or they're forced to leave (Dectra Chain).

   Cripple Creek: Hometown of JB Dix, located in Colorado.

   Country Row: A town in Tennessee set up by Gert Wolfram as a circus attraction, full of museums and shops dedicated to country music. The inhabitants are true rednecks who don't tolerate blacks or muties (Circle Thrice).

   Front Royal: A town in Virginia, home to Ryan Cawdor before his brother Harvey tried to kill him and he fled. Ryan later returned, killed Harvey, and installed his nephew Nathan as the new baron.

   Ginnsburg Falls: A small town in Oregon run by Mayor Theodore Sissy. It is immaculate and even has its own power and a radio station, but muties are killed on sight, old people are euthanized, and female children are left out for exposure at 3 months of age (if they survive, they're taken back) (Crater Lake).

   Harmony: Hometown of Krysty Wroth, located in Colorado.

   Hazard: A ville in southern Kentucky run by Doc Kirkland. He retained control over his people by telling them that they were all infected with a plague, and that any who left would die in two days (it was a lie, but he infected those who did leave with an actual plague) (Way of the Wolf).

   Helskel: A town a few hours' walk from Mount Rushmore that actively trades with the inhabitants of the Anthill (Stoneface).

   Hopeville: A town 50 miles north of Fresno, California, set up near the radioactive ruins of a redoubt. It was destroyed in an earthquake in 2099 (Crucible of Time)

   Markland: A small ville of Vikings on the shore of Lake Superior, in Minnesota (Northstar Rising).

   Mocsin: A town formerly known as Moccasin, Montana. It was destroyed in a fire started when Trader's war wags blew up (Pilgrimage to Hell).

   Moonboy: A town in the ruins of Salt Lake City, Utah. It was wiped out by invading forces from a parallel dimension (Shadow World).

   New London: A town built not far from the ruins of London, England. It is a major trading center for England and Europe.

   Newyork: The city formerly known as New York. It is now a vast ruin inhabited by teenage street gangs and muties; a large portion of Manhattan (now called "Mattan") is controlled by scalies.

   Novaville: A ville built around the ruins of a predark state penitentiary. The rulers are descendants of the original warden; the guards are descendants, and the people (who have numbers, not names) are descendants of the original prisoners.

   Quindley: A small town on the shores of Lake Champlain, Vermont. It was run by a man who called himself Moses, posing as a god. Anyone who lived in the ville was put to death when they reached age 25. The town disbanded after Moses was burned alive (Twilight Children).

   Raw: An underground ville on the outskirts of Seattle founded by a group of Illuminated Ones. It is run by Alien, who is well-loved by his people (Sunchild).

   Salvation: A large ville in central Texas near an oil well, formerly run by Baron Silas Hunter. He founded the ville to draw workers to exploit the well (Salvation Road).

   Samtvogel: A ville of muties about 20 miles southwest of Seattle. It was run by a mutie named Sunchild before a coalition of Raw natives and the companions raided it, killed everyone, and burned it (Sunchild). Its name means "velvet bird" in German.

   Shytown: A warren of tunnels under the ruins of Chicago inhabited by the Midnites (Fury's Pilgrims).

   Snakefish: A large town in California founded in 2017 and centered around an oil refinery. It was destroyed by a fire set by the companions (Ice and Fire).

   Suncrest: A huge, sprawling manor that was the seat of power for Nathan Mandeville before his death at the hands of the companions. It was partially burned during their escape (Cold Asylum).

   Towse: A ville formerly known as Taos, New Mexico.

   Two-Son Ville: A ville formerly known as Tucson, Arizona.

   Virtue Lake: A town built around a huge oil refinery in southern California; it was destroyed by Trader after its leader, Baron Zeal, double-crossed him on a deal (Encounter).

   West Lowellton: A town deep in the bayous of Lousiana, birthplace of Jak Lauren.

Other Locations and Points of Interest

   The Anthill: A secret government installation located inside Mount Rushmore. Politicians from the former US government live there, along with sec hunter droids and other cybernetic oddities (Stoneface).

   Brody School: A boarding school in Colorado run by Nicholas Brody. Dean Cawdor spent most of a year there.

   Crichton Institute: The Melissa Crichton Institute of Medical Research is a government medical facility dedicated to the study of cryonics and genetic research located in a remote mountain valley in Maine. It was established in 1998 and had one of the world's largest libraries of medical knowledge before a fire wiped most of it out about 30 years after skydark; the cryonics wing was likewise destroyed by an earthquake about 20 years later.
   The scientists there were focused on creating a human race free of impurities and mutations, which they would use to cleanse Deathlands; their program was called Project Janus. The cloning facility was destroyed by the companions after the scientists created a copy of Krysty and tried to have her kill Ryan (Genesis Echo).

   The Darks: An area formerly known as Glacier National Park, Montana. It is a dangerous area where few ever return from, as a tribe of Indians lives there and guards their land zealously. Redoubt Bravo can also be found there.

   Freedom Mall: A huge mall complex located in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, which served as a ville/trading post in post-skydark times. It was overrun by a horde of stickies.

   Greenglades Theme Park: An amusement park in southern Florida, once run by Boss Larry Zapp. After Larry's death, most of the people living there fled and the place fell into disrepair; an earthquake a few months later added to the devastation.

   Heimdall Point: Home of the Heimdall Foundation, located in Montana.

   Kings Point Naval Station: A Navy shipyard located in Georgia. It was discovered by Admiral Poseidon, who partially refurbished it and populated it with men loyal to him before he went down with his submarine (Watersleep).

   Pilatu: An island off the coast of South Carolina (most likely one one of the Sea Islands) inhabited by descendants of the slaves brought to America. They abandoned the island around 2098 due to dwindling resources and headed for the mainland, aided by the companions (Separation).

   Shelley Cryonic Institute: Located near Duluth, Minnesota, the Shelley Cryonic Institute is one of two places where people were put into cryostasis. It was a private facility that shared resources and buildings with the Wendigo Institute of Botanical Research and the Blackwood Center for Chemical and Neurological Research, Military Division. Mildred Wyeth was one of the people frozen there before the companions found and revived her (Northstar Rising).

   Washington Hole: The remains of Washington, D.C., which is little more than a radioactive crater filled with rubble overshadowed by a small volcano.

   Wizard Island Complex for Scientific Advancement: This complex was built on Wizard Island, in the middle of Crater Lake in Oregon. The descendants of a group of predark scientists worked here on weapons research, inventing and perfecting items in a wide variety of fields under the auspices of Project Eurydice. The complex (and the island itself) was destroyed in a massive explosion set off by the companions (Crater Lake).

DEATHLANDS, OUTLANDERS, EARTH BLOOD, and JAMES AXLER are all the property of Gold Eagle / Worldwide Library, and are used here strictly under Fair Use guidelines.
Who's Online
Membership Membership:
Latest New User Latest: Automatic Jack
Past 24 Hours Past 24 Hours: 0
Prev. 24 Hours Prev. 24 Hours: 0
User Count Overall: 2340

People Online People Online:
Visitors Visitors: 89
Members Members: 0
Total Total: 89

Online Now Online Now: