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Boston of the Future

Boston, Beantown, The Puritan City, City of Champions; known by various names the city of Boston has been special since it was settled in 1630. Boston in the Aeon era has risen and fallen alongside the fortunes of the Federated States of America. Still an important metropolitan region, the Boston Arcology is also a site of underground organized resistance to the Fascist government of the FSA. One of the smaller arcologies in the Northeast District, Boston retains a lot of what has made it a distinctive city, with a storied history.

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Boston Arcology is a small book that outlines key figures and plot hooks for using Boston in your Aeon chronicles. This book updates bits of lore from Trinity 1st Edition and expands ideas that haven't been previously explored. 

 
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December 17th, 2020
“Boston is the one place in American where wealth and the knowledge of how to use it are apt to coincide.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson While a short read, Terra Firma: Boston adds a weath of information that wil make your Trinity setting richer [...]
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December 17th, 2020
I really like this book, it focused on what has changed, so it does not feel like a guidebook to Boston, But it still honors the History of Boston, and its uniqueness [...]
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December 16th, 2020
Short and to the point, this title provides a ton of ideas usable as anything from character backgrounds to plot seeds to developing major antagonists. While I think portions of it would have meant more to me if I was personally familiar with Boston, [...]
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