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The central area of Freedom City features ultra-modern buildings, many of them created by Dr. Metropolis, a member of the Freedom League. These particular buildings are advanced even beyond modern construction methods. The remaining buildings use the finest modern construction methods and materials, making downtown Freedom one of the greatest North American metropolises.
North of the Wading River, Freedom City is strongly influenced by the image of "the city of the future" combined with an appreciation for the structures of the past. North Freedom is made up of communities involved in education and high technology along with some of the wealthiest and most influential areas of the city.
South Freedom lies on the other side of the South River from the downtown area and it is the area that may face the greatest challenges in Freedom's future. Parts of it are affluent or middle class, but other parts of South Freedom are stricken with poverty and plagued by crime, particularly the influence of organized crime.
The area of the city west of the Wallace Expressway comprises West Freedom. It is a contrast between old and new, progress and old-fashioned ways of going things. It includes some of the older intact neighborhoods of Freedom City, as well as newly developed areas that expanded the outskirts of the city.
Occasionally the heroic endeavors of Freedom's finest take them beyond the city's boundaries into other cities, such as Bedlam City or the Emerald Cities, or other countries.
Threads taking place on other planets go in The Worlds Beyond; threads in other dimensions go in The Realms Beyond.
The known universe is designated as Earth Prime. The known dimensions of the omniverse fall into essentially one of three major types, although the exact lines between these categories are sometimes blurry. The scientific community focuses more on parallel dimensions, while the occult community deals primarily with mystic dimensions. Interstitial/Transitory dimensions bridge two or more universes.