Districts of New Angeles

By: Dennis B. B. Taylor

New Angeles Districts: An Insider’s Guide

Hey there! I’m here to spill the beans on the awe-inspiring districts of New Angeles, giving you the lowdown on what makes each one a must-visit. Buckle up, because you’re in for a wild ride!

The Dazzling Downtown

Picturing yourself in a world of glitz and glamour? Then Downtown is the place to be. This district is the pulsating heart of New Angeles, where the city’s vibrant energy electrifies every corner. Skyscrapers tower above, kissing the sky in a dance of colors. The streets are alive, bustling with life 24/7. The nightlife here is off the charts, with swanky clubs and cozy bars ready to fulfill your every desire. And don’t you worry about missing out on shopping therapy because Downtown features stores that cater to all tastes and styles.

The Historic Harbor

Prepare to be transported back in time as you step into the captivating district of the Historic Harbor. Here, history whispers through the walls and cobblestone streets. The smell of saltwater fills the air, reminding you that this district is anchored to its maritime roots. Immerse yourself in a world of nautical wonders at the Maritime Museum, or simply take a leisurely stroll along the picturesque waterfront. The Historic Harbor will take you on a journey to the past while making you question where the present ends and the history begins.

The Lively Arts District

If you’re an art aficionado or simply appreciate the beauty of creativity, the Arts District will be your haven. This district is a vibrant hub of artistic expression, with its walls serving as canvases for talented local street artists. Lose yourself in the maze of galleries, where captivating masterpieces can be found at every turn. Catch a theater performance that will leave you breathless, or unleash your own artistic spirit by joining one of the many craft workshops. No matter your age or background, the Arts District will leave you inspired.

The Serene Suburbs

Seeking an oasis of calm amidst the urban frenzy? Look no further than the serene Suburbs. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and find solace in the lush green spaces that dot this district. Take a peaceful stroll through the quaint parks, enjoying the tranquil melodies of chirping birds. Let go of your worries as you unwind by the community pool on those hot summer days. The Suburbs offer the perfect retreat from the chaos, providing a breath of fresh air for the weary soul.

The Sensational Skyline

Prepare to have your breath taken away as you venture into the jaw-dropping district of the Sensational Skyline. Towering skyscrapers pierce the endless expanse of the sky, seemingly defying gravity. The panoramic views from atop these architectural marvels are simply unforgettable. Whether you’re enjoying a romantic dinner at a sky-high restaurant or relishing an adrenaline rush on the rooftop observation deck, the sky’s the limit in the Sensational Skyline.

The Enticing Entertainment District

If the thought of losing yourself in a world of entertainment thrills you, then the Entertainment District is a must-visit. This district is a treasure trove of entertainment options, where fun and excitement light up the streets. From lively music concerts to heart-racing sporting events, the Entertainment District has something for every thrill-seeker. Dance the night away at the hottest clubs or challenge your friends to a game of bowling or billiards. Brace yourself for an unforgettable experience!

New Angeles is a city brimming with diversity and wonder, and each of its districts offers a unique experience. So take the plunge, explore these districts, and let the city of dreams mesmerize you!

Let me tell you about each of the districts in the city of New Angeles. They all have their own distinct characteristics and charm.

Let’s start with Guayaquil.

Once upon a time, Guayaquil was the largest city in Ecuador. However, things have changed, and now it holds the title of the biggest slum in New Angeles. This district is like a maze of no-go zones for the NAPD. Even iconic places, like the Jack Weyland Arcology, are slowly deteriorating.

Despite its troubled state, Guayaquil remains the most populous district in the city. It boasts the largest port and still has some money flowing through its veins. Sure, most of that wealth is controlled by orgcrime, but to everyday folks like you and me, the difference between them and the big corporations is negligible.

Now, let’s move on to Quinde.

Quinde’s beating heart is JQ Station, a massive rail and tube-lev hub that supplies the district’s factories. Quinde is defined by its factories, smelters, and power plants.

But it’s not the human workers who define Quinde anymore. Androids are taking over, with factories producing them one moment and employing them the next.

No wonder the Human First movement is active here, recruiting frustrated men and women to join their cause.

Welcome to La Costa

You might think that the largest city in the world is all skyscrapers, stretching from the Root to the sea. But that’s not the case. New Angeles is vast, and there are still open spaces and green plants, despite the acid rain.

La Costa is filled with vast stretches of land, much of which is dedicated to farming and orchards. It’s a place where you can find real farms and picturesque orchards that add to the charm of the area. However, amidst this agricultural beauty, there are also colossal agroplexes that dominate the scene and are systematically wiping out any other forms of farming with their exceptional efficiency.

Welcome to Manta

Manta is a captivating blend of stunning white sand beaches, extravagant high-rise hotels, and a haven for the wealthy and privileged. It’s a bustling district that combines the best of both worlds – a thriving high-tech hub centered around the HB HQ and a progressive neighborhood with more affordable housing options as you venture further away from the coastline.

Overall, Manta stands out as one of the most appealing districts, offering a harmonious blend of flourishing tourism, innovative technologies, and housing options catering to the middle and lower classes. Just be cautious not to disturb the delicate balance that exists here.

Discover Rabotgorod

Rabotgorod, known as “Robot City,” derives its name from the difficulty of pronouncing the Russian original and the significant presence of androids in the area. It is a place where these mechanical beings dwell or perhaps even warehoused.

I gotta tell ya, there’s still a ton of old buildings hangin’ around from the good ol’ Project days. Can you believe it? Instead of fixin’ ’em up like they should, those slumlords just rent ’em out to androids and their owners.

Yeah, there’s still a bunch of us humans in the district, goin’ about our business and keepin’ the place runnin’ smoothly. But all anyone ever wants to talk about is them androids, ya know?


Now, Nihongai, that’s a whole different story. It’s like a little slice of heaven over there. Those clones, man, they keep everything pristine and spotless. Not as much green space as La Costa, but there are some nice parks to enjoy.

So, here’s the thing – this place is all about gardens. I mean, it’s everywhere you look! Gardens are a big part of the overall vibe here – they’re integrated into the arks and shopping districts, they spill down the sides of buildings, and they’re even tucked away in hidden spots around every corner. It’s like a little piece of Japan right in the heart of Nihongai.

When Jinteki Biotech made the move to Nihongai, it was like they brought a slice of Neo-Tokyo with them. Sure, maybe there’s a bit more Spanglish in the streets, but sometimes it feels like they just picked up their entire homeland and plopped it down in the parts of the district that they own. It’s a pretty incredible sight to see.

Laguna Velasco

LV is the coolest district in the city. It’s where City Hall and Levy University are located, but most importantly, it’s where all the rich folks live.

Laguna Velasco Ibarra, the lake, is the most prime area to live in, with the best arcologies nearby. But the really, really wealthy individuals don’t reside in towering skyscrapers; they prefer sprawling mansions with beautiful gardens and only a few floors, like the good old days.

Allocating such a large amount of land for just one family seems extravagant and opulent to the point of being unbelievable. But that’s probably the whole idea.


If I were to ask you to close your eyes and imagine New Angeles, chances are you would envision Rutherford. Well, most people would, at least. Unless you happen to have aphantasia, in which case you can skip this exercise. Rutherford may not be as visually stunning as Laguna Velasco or Nihongai, but when it comes to capturing the essence of New Angeles, it’s hard to beat. After all, it’s home to the renowned NBN and the iconic Broadcast Square.

Rutherford truly embodies the spirit of New Angeles. It’s a place where dreams come true, but also where they shatter into a million pieces (unfortunately, more of the latter). High above in the towering arcologies, the wealthy revel in their opulence, while deep below in the undercity, both humans and androids struggle to survive in unimaginable poverty. But Rutherford isn’t just about extremes. It’s a vital center for finance and media, wielding influence and power like no other district.

Now, let me tell you about Esmeraldas.

I gotta tell you, Esmeraldas is hands down the most active and vibrant place I’ve ever laid eyes on. It’s kinda funny because, commercially speaking, it’s neither here nor there. I mean, it’s like the third or fourth best at pretty much everything. It’s got the third-best port, third-best farms, fourth-best factories…you get the picture. It’s sort of this overlooked underdog that the fancy folks don’t pay much attention to.

But let me tell you, for the middle class – or whatever’s left of it – Esmeraldas is the place to be. There’s so much happening here, especially at night. We’ve got this rad area called Eat Row, where you can find all sorts of amazing grub. Then there’s Roxy HT’s, which is always buzzing with energy. And don’t even get me started on the Blue Sun Stadium. Go Giants!

Sure, Esmeraldas might not be all flashy and ritzy like those other places, but honestly, it’s not half bad. Although I don’t think the tourism board should go with the slogan, “Come to Esmeraldas: it could be a lot worse!” That might not attract too many visitors, you know?

Base De Cayambe

Right at the foot of the Andes, you’ll find Base de Cayambe, nestled below the towering Beanstalk. It’s a unique place, a town without water or a coast, but rich in character.

Base de Cayambe has it all. Slums, warehouses, flophouses, gambling dens, tattoo parlors, and even red light districts. It’s the perfect destination for a spacer who’s been away from Earth for too long, or an Earther preparing for a journey to Mars.

While Base de Cayambe may not be the wealthiest or safest town, it certainly has its own charm. Like Guayaquil, it has its fair share of criminals, but they somehow maintain a delicate balance that allows business to thrive. Moreover, it’s a hub for artists, students, entrepreneurs, writers, and other creative individuals who are drawn to its affordable rent and diverse community. It’s a place that’s just a little bit hip.

Discover Chakana

Hey there! Let me tell you about Chakana, the magnificent Beanstalk. Picture this: a towering structure that reaches from Earth Station, affectionately known as the Root, on Volcan Cayambe, all the way up to the sky, like a shimmering thread connecting us to the stars. It’s quite a sight – people from multiple countries can see it!

Now, I might be getting a little carried away here, but can you blame me? The Beanstalk is a monumental achievement, built by us humans. It’s not just a structure; it’s a gateway to space, a beacon of hope for humanity. It’s hard not to get emotional when you think about it. And if this doesn’t give you goosebumps, well, I don’t know what will!

But hold on, there’s more to it. The Beanstalk is a major cash cow for corporations. It generates massive profits for them. And here’s the thing – if something were to happen to Chakana, it could even set off another catastrophic conflict, like what happened in the past. So, you see, it’s not just important; it’s crucial.

Now, let me introduce you to Heinlein.

Heinlein is located on the Moon, technically considered part of New Angeles. But honestly? It’s much closer to Beijing than New Angeles.

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