Dresden Files Accelerated: Emerald City: Requiem
DESCRIPTION: The Center of Seattle’s Nightlife
IDEA: Many Supernatural Predators Hunt in the Area
Like virtually all Seattle neighborhoods, the Pioneer Square neighborhood lacks definitive borders. It is bounded roughly by Alaskan Way S. on the west, beyond which are the docks of Elliott Bay; by S. King Street on the south, beyond which is SoDo; by 5th Avenue S. on the east, beyond which is the International District; and it extends between one and two blocks north of Yesler Way, beyond which is the rest of Downtown. Because Yesler Way marks the boundary between two different plats, the street grid north of Yesler does not line up with the neighborhood’s other streets (nor with the compass), so the northern “border” of the district zigzags along numerous streets.
Many mortals will indulge themselves on the weekend at the numerous bars and nightclubs in Pioneer Square. Supernatural predators often find easy prey in the area and the ghouls of the Kalikova Clan in the nearby Underground are happy to dispose of any…leftovers. For a price of course. Montague is very vigilant that no creature culls too much from the herds and will often send Delilah to deal with any who will not listen. In recent months a new pack of Red Court Vampires has moved into the area making waves.
ASPECT: Food Should Know Its Place
LOCATION: The Last Supper Club
Trey Wellington comes off as a typical poor little rich kid with his manicured good looks and expensive clothes as well as his superior attitude. He is the leader of a very select group of young Red Court Vampires who believe that the wealth and breeding of their mortal shells elevates them beyond their status. Their arrogance and sense of entitlement has brought them into direct conflict with the Pack in recent months. He and his brood can often be found at one of Seattle’s premier night spots, the Last Supper Club, on Washington. It is unclear if he has any ties toand his mandate or not.