Aurora City Toppers

From “The Constellation” (Fafnir Entertainment)

Every year is an exciting year in Aurora City. Each one brings new opportunities. Here are a few of Aurora City’s finest that took those opportunities this past year. You’ll see plenty of old favorites, so let’s kick it up a notch, Auroreans, and get some new blood pumping this year!

Top Slogans

1. Orpheus Harmonics (OH!) – “Sound that’s powerful enough to wake the dead”
2. Aurora City Central Elevated Line (ACCEL) – “ACCELerate Your Life”
3. Alexis Athletic Attire (A3) – “All sizes, all shapes, all Alexis”
4. John Little Defense Designs (JLDD) – “A Little Defense goes a long way”
5. Gateway Port Authority (GPA) – “Making the grade every day”

Top Shops

1. Altwood – “The Shops at Kirby”
2. Serenity Falls – “Old World Import Company”
3. Lockeheart District – “2 Tall 4 U”

Top Food

1. Serenity Falls – “Clarice’s on the Lake”
2. Eastside – “Rumbler’s Pies”
3. Aurora District – “The Cosmopolitan”

Top Live Tunes

1. Aurora District – “The Azure Room”
2. Lockeheart District – “The Eleven Club”
3. Aurora District – “Foxhounds”

Written by D. D. Wolf

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I'm on my 5th or 6th career depending on how you count them, but ideally this one will be my last with the kind help of our readers. I've traveled to several states across the U.S., but the Appalachian Mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina will always be where I'm most comfortable. I've been an avid reader of comics for more years than I'm going to mention, but I return time after time to the old pulps. Obviously the Doc Savage books have been a tremendous influence. There's just something about seeing and hearing those characters in your mind's eye, just the way YOU, as the reader, think they should be.. I've been writing poems, lyrics and stories of varying quality since I was in my teens, which means most of my archives are on paper in three-ring binders! I've been creating characters in various RPG systems for at least that long. I've always thought characters made the story: good characters can live on through story after story. It wasn't until the last 6 or 7 years that I felt I could write characters well enough to be engaging. You'll have to let me know how I'm doing.

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