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This is a place for players to list established locations within the Boardwalk. It includes the information found n the Freedom City source book as well as locations created by players for the area.

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This is a place for players to list established locations within the Boardwalk. It includes the information found n the Freedom City source book as well as locations created by players for the area.

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This is a place for players to list established locations within the Boardwalk. It includes the information found n the Freedom City source book as well as locations created by players for the area.

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Alatanis Casino (from Freedom City 1st ed)

Hotel and Casino built on an aquatic theme with a massive statue of King Neptune and his frolicking nymphs outside. An underground restaurant features a wide window that looks out into the South River.

Golden Calf (from Freedom City 1st ed)

A staute of a golden calf sits over the door and gold is heavily used in the interior decoration. The casino was fading somewhat, but has started bouncing back recently due to its bookings of younger, and more popular singers and comedians.

Paradise (from Freedom City 1st ed)

Emulates a tropical resort with only modest success. It is luxious and features enough indoor activities (including an indoor pool) that attract a lot of interest from tourists looking for an inexpensive alternative to actually visiting the tropics.

The Southside Palace (from Freedom City 1st ed)

The biggest and oldest casino on Boardwalk is openely owned by the Driogano Family -- the most powerful mobsters in Freedom City. It features nightly entertainment from singing to dancing to stand-up comedy routines. The police and local FBI keep a close eyes on the SOuthside Palace, although Big Al Driogano is smart enough to keep the public face of the "family business" clean.

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Alatanis Casino (from Freedom City 1st ed)

Hotel and Casino built on an aquatic theme with a massive statue of King Neptune and his frolicking nymphs outside. An underground restaurant features a wide window that looks out into the South River.

Golden Calf (from Freedom City 1st ed)

A staute of a golden calf sits over the door and gold is heavily used in the interior decoration. The casino was fading somewhat, but has started bouncing back recently due to its bookings of younger, and more popular singers and comedians.

Paradise (from Freedom City 1st ed)

Emulates a tropical resort with only modest success. It is luxious and features enough indoor activities (including an indoor pool) that attract a lot of interest from tourists looking for an inexpensive alternative to actually visiting the tropics.

The Southside Palace (from Freedom City 1st ed)

The biggest and oldest casino on Boardwalk is openely owned by the Driogano Family -- the most powerful mobsters in Freedom City. It features nightly entertainment from singing to dancing to stand-up comedy routines. The police and local FBI keep a close eyes on the SOuthside Palace, although Big Al Driogano is smart enough to keep the public face of the "family business" clean.

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Alatanis Casino (from Freedom City 1st ed)

Hotel and Casino built on an aquatic theme with a massive statue of King Neptune and his frolicking nymphs outside. An underground restaurant features a wide window that looks out into the South River.

Golden Calf (from Freedom City 1st ed)

A staute of a golden calf sits over the door and gold is heavily used in the interior decoration. The casino was fading somewhat, but has started bouncing back recently due to its bookings of younger, and more popular singers and comedians.

Paradise (from Freedom City 1st ed)

Emulates a tropical resort with only modest success. It is luxious and features enough indoor activities (including an indoor pool) that attract a lot of interest from tourists looking for an inexpensive alternative to actually visiting the tropics.

The Southside Palace (from Freedom City 1st ed)

The biggest and oldest casino on Boardwalk is openely owned by the Driogano Family -- the most powerful mobsters in Freedom City. It features nightly entertainment from singing to dancing to stand-up comedy routines. The police and local FBI keep a close eyes on the SOuthside Palace, although Big Al Driogano is smart enough to keep the public face of the "family business" clean.

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Lucky Seven Casino (created by Uninverted)

A casino that was unlucky enough to be the target of the supervillain Maelstorm. If not for the arrival of the hero, Nightrival, even more damage might have been caused.

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Lucky Seven Casino (created by Uninverted)

A casino that was unlucky enough to be the target of the supervillain Maelstorm. If not for the arrival of the hero, Nightrival, even more damage might have been caused.

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Lucky Seven Casino (created by Uninverted)

A casino that was unlucky enough to be the target of the supervillain Maelstorm. If not for the arrival of the hero, Nightrival, even more damage might have been caused.

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The Platinum Palace (created by MBCE; Open usage)

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The Platinum Palace is located on Adams and Letterman, only thirty minutes walking distance from The Southside Palace Casino. The building is very old style but has a very good clientele. The old building has 14 floors that house rooms for rent. The first floor, in keeping with most of the establishments of the Boardwalk, has a large lobby that hosts five slot machines. A small restuarant operates from 9am to 10pm.

The roof area is flat and there is a door that leads to the fourteenth floor. Emergency stairs are inside the building and unseen from the front, a fire escape leads to the alley in the back. The first floor also has a back door that leads to the alley.

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The Platinum Palace (created by MBCE; Open usage)

[attachment=1]Platinum Palace.jpg[/attachment]

The Platinum Palace is located on Adams and Letterman, only thirty minutes walking distance from The Southside Palace Casino. The building is very old style but has a very good clientele. The old building has 14 floors that house rooms for rent. The first floor, in keeping with most of the establishments of the Boardwalk, has a large lobby that hosts five slot machines. A small restuarant operates from 9am to 10pm.

The roof area is flat and there is a door that leads to the fourteenth floor. Emergency stairs are inside the building and unseen from the front, a fire escape leads to the alley in the back. The first floor also has a back door that leads to the alley.

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The Platinum Palace (created by MBCE; Open usage)

[attachment=1]Platinum Palace.jpg[/attachment]

The Platinum Palace is located on Adams and Letterman, only thirty minutes walking distance from The Southside Palace Casino. The building is very old style but has a very good clientele. The old building has 14 floors that house rooms for rent. The first floor, in keeping with most of the establishments of the Boardwalk, has a large lobby that hosts five slot machines. A small restuarant operates from 9am to 10pm.

The roof area is flat and there is a door that leads to the fourteenth floor. Emergency stairs are inside the building and unseen from the front, a fire escape leads to the alley in the back. The first floor also has a back door that leads to the alley.

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