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No New Posts Seattle Census
All accepted applications can be found here and are divided by member group for easy access.
Subforums: Athletes, Basket Cases, Brains, Criminals, Royalty

29 30 Jan 12 2015, 01:49 PM
By: Topher
No New Posts Out of Character Chatting
Anything else you want to post out of character goes here.
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No New Posts Necessary Information
Here you can find everything that you'll need to read up on in order to better understand A Daily Anthem, view important information, and freshen up on your rules.
5 0 Sep 19 2014, 04:35 PM
In: Trigger Threads
By: Tawny
No New Posts Seattle Times
This is where you can find all site news, plot changes and upcoming events. Activity Checks will also be posted here when they are held.
2 2 Oct 13 2014, 07:24 PM
By: Topher
No New Posts Questions / Suggestions
Have a question or want to pose an idea? Post it here and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.
2 0 Jan 12 2015, 01:28 AM
In: Topic Moderation
By: Swampie

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No New Posts Thread Trackers
You may post up a thread here to keep track of all of your current and open threads.
Subforums: Code Storage

1 0 Jul 13 2014, 09:11 PM
By: Topher
No New Posts Once Upon A Time...
Anything that may have happened in the past and is relevant to your character can be posted here. These can be single or multiple character threads, and WON'T be moved.
1 17 Jan 13 2015, 05:39 PM
By: Derek Chandler Ralston
No New Posts Shipping Debates
You may post and reply to shippers here, to help with plotting your characters.
6 23 Jan 12 2015, 07:09 PM
In: Another day another destiny
By: Jacob Patrick Monahan
No New Posts Character Requests
Need a friend, family member, lover? Post here to fill those wanted spots!
10 1 Nov 24 2014, 09:48 PM
By: Aiden David Winters
No New Posts Registration
Please post your application here, in the proper sub-forum. The application code(s) can also be found pinned in this section.
Subforums: Awaiting Acceptence, Incomplete Applications, Pending Applications, Rejected Applicaitons

2 0 Oct 31 2014, 06:39 PM
By: Gabriela Luz Farwell
No New Posts Claims
After your character has been accepted, PLEASE do your claims.
11 31 Jan 15 2015, 10:38 PM
In: Member Group Claim
By: Rachel Sawyer Sanders

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Redirect Seattle Gossip
All the gossip that characters have picked up and submitted can be found here! (Forum redirects)
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Redirect In Character Chat
This is where you can have your characters interact with each other in a real time chat room (the forum redirects, or you can click the ICC tab in the sidebar).
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No New Posts Diaries / Journals
Need a private place to let those feelings out? You can post your character's journal here!
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No New Posts Skype / Instant Messengers
Anything IM related can be posted here.
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No New Posts Cell Phones
Here you can post your cell phone to keep track of contacts, or thread phone calls, texts, voicemails, etc.
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No New Posts Snail Mail
Some of us like old fashioned. Here you can send letters back and forth to others, whether they be characters or npcs!
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No New Posts Blogs
Got gossip to tell or stories to write? Maybe music and opinions to share? Feel free to do so!
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No New Posts Social Networking
Things like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and more can be posted here!
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No New Posts Room Walls
The forums here will redirect you to the various walls around down that might be written all over! Please read the information thread to see how this works.
1 0 Sep 29 2014, 05:47 PM
In: Information!
By: Tawny

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No New Posts Ballard
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Ballard is a historic and hip little town in the big city and it's a place full of some of the best restaurants, pubs, shops, spas, and parks in Seattle; from the famous Ballard Locks, to festive old Ballard Ave, and a shopping-rich Market Street.

Subforums: Restaurants, Yozen, Farmer's Market, Camelion, Classic Consignment, Filthy Rich, Habitude Salon and Spa, Resoul, Community Center, Ballard Pool, L.A. Fitness, Ballard Locks, Animal Hospital, Streets of Ballard, Housing

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No New Posts Fremont / Wallingford
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Fremont is Seattle’s funky, creative neighborhood. As the self-proclaimed Center of the Universe with year-round unexpected and unconventional entertainment, trolls who live under bridges, and statues of communist leaders, they know how to make and have fun. Wallingford isn't snobish or spendy and English accents are welcome.

Subforums: Restaurants, Fremont Troll, Statue of Lenin, Center of the Universe, Sunday Street Market, Nectar Lounge, 7-Eleven, PCC Market, Fremont Boat Company, Rare Earth Music Studio, Ride the Ducks, Outside Cinema, Woodland Park Zoo, Streets of Fremont, Housing, Fremont Bridge

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No New Posts Greenwood / Phinney Ridge
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Greenwood is a busy, family-friendly, affordable neighborhood. Today it's booming with coffeehouses, antique stores, bars, and eateries, along with a community theater. Phinney Ridge boasts old craftsman homes and the Woodland Park Zoo.

Subforums: Restaurants, Berserk Games, Greenwood Park, Green Lake Pitch and Putt, The Sneakery, Greenwood Avenue, Crownhill Cemetery, Tap Root Theatre, Greenwood Library, Top Ten Toys, Streets of Greenwood / Phinney Ridge, Housing

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No New Posts Broadview

Broadview is a Seattle neighborhood tucked in the far northwest corner of the city. It is aptly-named and known for stunning views of the Puget Sound.

Subforums: Restaurants, Bitter Lake, Carkeek Park, Pipers Creek, BNSF Railway, E.B Dunn Gardens, Olympic Mountain View, Streets of Broadview, Housing

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No New Posts Northgate

Northgate is an informal district of neighborhoods in north urban Seattle named for and surrounding Northgate Mall.

Subforums: Restaurants, Northgate Mall, Gene Juarez, Barnes & Noble, Nordstrom, Toys 'R' Us, Jackson Park Gold Club, Hunbard Homestead Park, Westlake Dance Center, Beaver Pond, Streets of Northgate, Housing

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No New Posts University District

The University District of Seattle is anchored by the University of Washington and features an eclectic mix of shopping, dining and entertainment options.

Subforums: Restaurants, University of Washington, Husky Stadium, The Ave, Greek Row, Henry Art Gallery, Burke Museum of Natural and Cultural History, Meany Hall, Portage Bay, Burke-Gilman Trail, Watertown Hotel, Streets of U-District, Housing

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No New Posts Laurelhurst

Laurelhurst is a neighborhood in northeast Seattle known for its classic, beautiful homes. The neighborhood has fantastic views and many waterfront houses, and it's also home to the Children's Hospital.

Subforums: Restaurants, City People's Mercantile, University Wines, Laurelhurst Park, Seattle Children's Hospital, Streets of Laurelhurst, Housing

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No New Posts Magnolia

Magnolia is the second largest neighborhood of Seattle by area. It occupies a hilly peninsula northwest of downtown. A good portion of the peninsula is taken up by Discovery Park and is isolated from the rest of Seattle, connected by road to the rest of the city by only three bridges over the tracks of the BNSF Railway.

Subforums: Restaurants, BNSF Railway, Magnolia Bridge, Salmon Bay Bridge, Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, W. Fort Street Bridge, Smith Cove, Discovery Park, West Point Lighthouse, Seattle Public Library, The Village, Housing

5 183 Dec 27 2014, 12:25 AM
In: Hold On Pain Ends [TW]
By: Adam Michael Hutchence
No New Posts Queen Anne

Queen Anne is a quieter neighborhood located on the tallest named hill in the city. The name derives from the architectural style, typical of so many of the early houses in this area. The historic mansions are home to many of Seattle's economic and cultural elite.

Subforums: Restaurants, Dawn Academy, Kerry Park, 121 Secret Stairways, Southwest Greenbelt, Queen Anne Play Field, Public Library, Wolf Creek Ravine, Seattle Church of Christ, Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Intermezzo Salon & Spa, Peridot Boutique, Intiman Theatre, Community Center, My Dressing Room Consignement, Abandoned Buildings / Courtyards, Streets of Queen Anne, Housing

3 119 Dec 23 2014, 01:09 AM
In: All of the Stars [TW]
By: Luther Jared Hall
No New Posts Seattle Center

Seattle Center is a park, arts, and entertainment center. Its landmark feature is the 605-foot (184 m) tall Space Needle, a now-iconic building that was, at its completion, the tallest building west of the Mississippi River.

Subforums: Center House, Seattle Center Pavilion, Space Needle, Monorail, International Fountain, Sea Sk8 Park, Pacific Science Center, KeyArena, McCaw Hall, SIFF Cinema, Seattle Repertory Theatre, The Children's Museum, Science Fiction Museum, Experience Music Project, Intiman Playhouse, Streets of Seattle Center, Nearby Housing

1 19 Nov 5 2014, 10:19 PM
In: The Definition of Not Leaving
By: Jacob Patrick Monahan
No New Posts Lower Queen Anne

Lower Queen Anne is a neighborhood at the base of Queen Anne Hill. While its boundaries are not precise, the toponym usually refers to the shopping, office, and residential districts to the north and west of Seattle Center.

Subforums: Restaurants, The Uptown, On The Boards, Juniper Flowers, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Streets of Lower Queen Anne, Housing

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No New Posts Lake Union

Lake Union is a freshwater lake entirely within the Seattle city limits. The northern shore of the lake is home to Gas Works Park. Notable features of the southern portion of the lake (South Lake Union district) include Lake Union Park, Museum of History & Industry, and the Center for Wooden Boats.

Subforums: Restaurants, El Corazon, Eastlake, Westlake, Gas Works Park, Lake Union Park, Museum of History & Industry, Center for Wooden Boats, Aurora Bridge, Fremont Bridge, Streets of Union Lake, Floating Homes, Housing

2 51 Dec 23 2014, 07:49 PM
By: Nixon Tyrell Cohen
No New Posts Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill is a densely populated residential district in Seattle. It is one of the city's most prominent nightlife and entertainment districts, and the center of the city's gay and counterculture communities.

Subforums: Restaurants, Bars and Clubs, Brass Connection, Broadway, Volunteer Park, Water Tower, Landmark Theatres, Elliot Bay Book Company, St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral, Streets of Capitol Hill, Housing

2 21 Nov 5 2014, 11:40 PM
In: Drink to This
By: Adam Michael Hutchence

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No New Posts Pioneer Square

Laying claim as the city's “first neighborhood", Pioneer Square is a richly historic place known for its Renaissance Revival architecture, First Thursday art walks, night life, delicious lunch spots, and quirky boutiques.

Subforums: Restaurants, Pioneer Place, Seattle Underground Tour, Smith Tower, Streets of Pioneer Square, Housing

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No New Posts First Hill

First Hill is a neighborhood in Seattle, Washington, named for the hill on which it is located. Seattle's elite were the first original residents here. Harborview Medical is also located here.

Subforums: Harborview Medical Center, Restaurants, Streets of First Hill, Housing

2 52 Nov 5 2014, 11:37 PM
By: Peter Matthew Gray
No New Posts Downtown

Downtown is the central business district of Seattle, Washington. It is fairly compact compared with other city centers on the West Coast of the United States because of its geographical situation. he area is also home to the landmark Pike Place Market, the oldest continually-operating farmer's market in the United States and the core of activity in the area.

Subforums: Restaurants, Anthem High School, Rising Dragon Tattoo, Columbia Center, Washington Mutual Tower, Nordstrom's Flagship Store, Seattle Central Library, Seattle Art Museum, Westlake Park, Seattle Main Post Office, Transit Tunnel / Light Rail, Housing

4 54 Jan 9 2015, 10:19 AM
By: Jacob Patrick Monahan
No New Posts Waterfront

With spectacular views of Elliott Bay, Seattle Waterfront is one of Seattle’s most unforgettable neighborhoods. Visitors can enjoy fresh Pacific Northwest seafood, eclectic souvenir and curio shops, scenic ferry rides, or a visit to the Seattle Aquarium, ride the Big Wheel, or take a walk along the piers and simply enjoy the view.

Subforums: Restaurants, Seattle Aquarium, Bell Street Deli & Grocery, Seattle Art Institute, Gum Wall, Seattle Marriott, Great Wheel, Waterfront Arcade, Ye' Old Curiosity Shop, Cruise Launch, Ferry Terminal, Streets / Boardwalks of the Waterfront, Waterfront Condos, Pike Place Market

2 87 Dec 23 2014, 08:12 PM
By: Jacob Patrick Monahan

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No New Posts International Disctrict

The Chinatown-International District of Seattle, Washington is an ethnic enclave neighborhood and is the center of Seattle's Asian American community.

Subforums: Restaurants, Chinatown, Japantown, Little Saigon, Liem's Aquarium and Bird Shop, Pink Gorilla, Uwajimaya, Pinball Museum, Theatre Off Jackson, Streets of International District, Housing

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No New Posts SoDo

SoDo is a neighborhood in Seattle, Washington, that makes up part of the city's Industrial District. It includes Seattle's downtown stadium district of Safeco Field and CenturyLink Field and deliberately echoes SoHo in New York City. It's not the friendliest part of the city, or the most kid-welcoming.

Subforums: Restaurants, Safeco Field, CenturyLink Field, Art Galleries, Studio 7, Showbox SoDo, Starbucks World Headquarters, Unzoned Studio Spaces, Streets of SoDo District, Housing

4 285 Dec 3 2014, 03:53 AM
By: Jacob Patrick Monahan
No New Posts Georgetown

Georgetown is about five miles from the heart of the city and is considered one of the oldest residential neighborhoods. In fact, Georgetown was its own city in the early part of the 20th century, before it was consolidated with Seattle in 1910.

Subforums: Restaurants, Rainier Brewing Companany, Old Georgetown City Hall, Georgetown Steam Plant, Skin Sanctuary, Oxbow Park, Streets of Georgetown, Housing

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No New Posts Harbor Island

Harbor Island is an artificial island in the mouth of Seattle, Washington's Duwamish Waterway where it empties into Elliott Bay. It's main purpose is industrial work.

Subforums: Restaurants, West Seattle Bridge, Spokane Street Bridge, Vigor Industrial, Commercial Industrial Works, Streets of Harbor Island

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No New Posts Admiral

North Admiral is the oldest neighborhood in West Seattle. In the early 1900s it was connected to Seattle by ferries and a cable car.

Subforums: Restaurants, Admiral Theatre, Alki Beach, Metropolitan Market, Safeway, Streets of Admiral Disctrict, Housing

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No New Posts Elsewhere

Anywhere else along the outskirts of the city, state, country or even nation

3 447 Jan 2 2015, 02:18 AM
By: Jacob Patrick Monahan

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No New Posts Advertising
A place for everyone to advertise. If you post more than once on ours, we'll post more than once on yours. Do not advertise anywhere on this forum besides here.

Subforums: Just Touring, Settling In, Added to the Lineup

617 484 Jan 31 2016, 12:35 PM
In: Safewords
By: Safewords Staff
No New Posts Games
Are you bored? Got a fun game you wanna play? Post away!
1 3 Oct 10 2014, 01:00 PM
In: Good Morning Sunshine
By: Paris Moreau Blanc
No New Posts Graphics
Need a pretty template? An icon? A signature? Come see everyone's galleries!
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No New Posts Leave / Absence Notice
If you're planning on going on vacation or leaving for a few days, please let us know here.
2 3 Dec 7 2014, 08:27 PM
In: legal troubles
By: Teddy Oak Bellerose
No New Posts Dead and Gone
Dead threads, inactive threads, deleted character stuff. All of that will be stored here. If you need any of it back, let us know.
Subforums: Inactive Threads, Completed / Dead Threads, Character Belongings

32 41 Dec 7 2014, 03:27 AM
In: ROURKE, Jay Michael
By: Tawny

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