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Culture Known as "The Capital City" and "Father City"

St. Bannick is the veritable height of culture and influence in Andervaan. As the Capital City it is the home of the Chancellor, Ministers and the majority of the most powerful and influential men and women in Andervaan. There is no end to the culture, dining, entertainment and shopping here. If you cannot buy it, see it or experience it in St. Bannick, it likely doesn't exist in Andervaan.

Wundercrosse teams include: St. Bannick Chancellors (Nationalist League) St. Bannick Nationals (Socialist League)

Climate & TopographyEdit

St. Bannick is located on a small island chain in the center of Lake Adaam. The city sits only a few dozen feet above seal level but is protected from flooding by a complex and sophisticated drainage system for the lake.

The climate of St. Bannick is the most temperate of all the cities, enjoying an early, wet spring followed by a warm dry summer. The autumn is pleasent with a crisp bite in the air leading to a dull, grey winter with intermixing rain and light snow.

Economy & DemographicsEdit

The primary economic producers include The State as the largest employer as well as a large service sector. The following are the mean averages of St. Bannick

Race Human
Age 35 - 45

Male: 46% ; Female 54%

Income Upper Middle Class
Education 70% of adults have at least one higher education degree.
S.A.R.: 64
Crime: Violent 12% ; Non-violent: 28%


Nordlich Town: The wealthiest neighborhood in St. Bannick, home to many politicians, financial and cultural leaders. This neighborhood boasts some of the best restaurants and clubs in the city although it is also the most heavily policed and secure area of the city, to the point that it is virtually impossible to get away with even the smallest infraction of the law.

Park Lane: The recreational center of the city, home of Victory Park, St. Bannick University and blocks and blocks of high end shopping, fine dining and more than a few smaller theaters.

Mitte Town: The high culture center of the city boasting a number of theaters and opera houses as well as many high rise residential and commercial buildings.

Suden Town: An upper middle-class region and intellectual region of the city this region seems to draw professors, middle level research and business employees and a number of wealthier students. There are a great many sports and recreational offerings, public and private clubs and seemingly endless coffee and retail shops.

Kreuzberg Village: The artistic center of the city, this village houses and caters to a largely artistic population with many galleries, schools and niche eateries and clubs. Kreuzberg Village also boasts some of the most interesting architectural offerings in the city and houses many smaller parks, mostly houses on rooftops and in-between buildings.

Pankow: A middle class neighborhood with all the trappings there-of including fairly priced residential units, restaurants and recreational offerings.

Betrieb Village: A blue collar neighborhood offering a number of public clubs and chain eateries, though very little in the way of culture or art. This is also a heavily policed region of the city due to recent rises in crime and accounts for the majority of arrests, even more than the Hammers, though that likely has more to do with the lack of patrol in the Hammers.  

The Hammers: The poorest region of the city housing slums and blue collar residents. The Hammers is largely self-policed by a few “families” and working under its own set of rules and laws. The Constabulary seldom patrols there due to the inherent danger of wearing a uniform. More than three quarters of the region are under or unemployed due to severe over-crowding and lack of educational and employment opportunities.

The Docks: A purely industrial region of the city.  

Prenzlauber Village: The high end financial district of the Nation housing 8 out of 10 of the country’s bank and business headquarters including VSI and INTERBANC. It is another highly policed region of the city as almost half the Nation’s economy runs through this one small area.  

Langer Island: A largely industrial region used for industrial and military storage.  

Insel Island: A recreational and vacation island with many private estates and hotels, boasting a number of public clubs, boutique shopping and fine eateries.

Ostlich North: A lower middle-class neighborhood housing primarily young families and entry level employees.   

Ostlich Village: A middle-class neighborhood offering mostly chain restaurants and retail shopping.  

Ostlich South: An upper middle-class neighborhood populated largely by older management and retired families.

Important Buildings & LandmarksEdit

The Chancellery Complex:


North Park:

Gefangnis Correctional Facility:

Unirail Station: 

Schools and UniversitiesEdit

Education is a massively important enterprise in Andervaan and especially in St. Bannick. Schools are as much about learning as they are about making connections and establishing social and professional contacts.

St. Bannick School for Young Girls

St. Bannick University (two campuses)

Eastern University

Andervaan Technical Academy


The Scarlet Eve

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