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Vital Statistics
Population: 6,725,000
- Human: 66%
- Elf: 11%
- Dwarf: 7%
- Ork: 14%
- Troll: 2%
Population Density: ~500/sq. km.
Per Capita Income: 22,000 ¥
Below Poverty Level: 40%
On Fortune’s Active Traders List: 2%
Corporate Affiliation: 35%
Percent SINless: 28% (est.)
Education:
- Dropout: 31%
- High School: 40%
- College Degree: 22%
- Graduate Degree: 7%
Hospitals and Clinics: 21
Bishop’s Crime Probability Level: 7
Felonious Crime Rate: 78/1000/annum

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DFW Public Services
Police Services: Lone Star
Power: Texas Power Consortium (owned by PCC ClearPower Associates)
Water: Viterra, Inc.
Waste Services: Gaeatronics (with competition from Confederacy Recycling and Shiawase Waste Management)
Telecomm: NovaTech STS (formerly Fuchi’s BellSouth Subsidiary)
Public Transit: Dallas Fort Worth Transit Authority (City)
GridGuide/Roads: Dallas Fort Worth Public Roadway Department (City)
Medical Services:
- Primary Contractor:  DocWagon (Los Colinas Medical Center – DFW HQ)
- Secondary Contractors: CrashCart, DFW Med Services

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The heart of Texas these days is the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, as a stream of refugees catapulted the area past Houston in population. While a population surge gave DFW bragging rights, the sudden drain on the region’s resources ran tensions high.

Over the last decade things have begun to settle down as the city has used the huge workforce to grow the economy. Of course, this means that the corporations have grown, and the metroplex has only managed to stay out of the pocket of a single megacorp by having almost all of them jockey for favoritism. 

The new Saeder-Krupp tower being built in downtown Dallas will raise the stakes in the inter-corporate competition, but the mood in the city remains fairly upbeat. Life is always easier in the Dallas area when the Cowboys are winning, and with them going for a three-peat next season expect spirits to be high—along with ticket prices.

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Districts
Wise
Parker
Somervell
Denton
Hill
McKinney
Rockwall
Kaufman
Ellis

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Neighborhoods
Arlington
Carrolton
Dallas
Fort Worth
Grand Prairie
Los Colinas
Mesquite
Plano
Garland

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