Bellevue (as of 2072)
Population: 209,000
Humans: 63%
Elves: 13%
Dwarves: 2%
Orks: 19%
Trolls: 2%
Other: 1%
Size: 242 square kilometers
Population Density: 864/km2
Per Capita Income: 110,000¥
Below Poverty Level: 19%
On Fortune's Active Traders List: 1%
Corporate-Affiliated: 89%
Felonious Crime Rate: Unknown
Less Than 12 Years: 21%
High School Equivalency: 29%
College Degrees: 31%
Advanced Degrees: 19%
Hospitals: 11
Local Telecomm Grid Access No: Local Telecomm Grid Access: 9206
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Bellevue is one of the "better" neighbourhood in Seattle, housing high-payed white-collar elite, living in walled, gated and guarded communities.


Bellevue is bordered by Lake Washington to the west and Lake Sammamish to the east. Rolling hills and lakes are common, but there are relatively few remaining forests, as most of the ground is build up.

Eastern border with Redmond Barrens is heavily patrolled, and partially walled up.


The district is also home to many of the metroplex’s wealthy citizens, who will shell out a lot of cred to keep their homes private and well-protected.


In 2048 mayor Tian C. Campbell was elected. He has been accused of too close ties to the United Corporation Council.

2056-2072: Mayor Daniel Reynolds had seen a rising political career level off. He was a local businessman who ran and beat disgraced Bellevue Mayor Tian Campbell back in 2056, after Campbell’s ties to the Divine Revenge Seoulpa Ring were exposed. He was re-elected easily in 2060, and again in 2064. Partway through his fifth term, Mayor Reynolds tried running for Governor, but later withdrew from the race for “personal reasons,” and some wondered if he would be able to win reelection for a sixth term in 2072.

2076: Jonathan Blake may be the perfect mayor for Bellevue, and he still maintains his sights on a run for governor with that going for it. A lifelong corporate executive he used to run Saeder-Krupp’s shadow operations for decades before jumping ship, aligning with and then divesting himself of ties to the Draco Foundation. He’s made himself popular with the public through his gang crackdowns and liked by the corpers who live and work in the district.

Council-members are falling all over itself to align themselves with him, especially Councilor Cantalicio, whose Lake Vasa district had been home to the Lake Acids before Centurion all but wiped them out. There’s a gadfly named Alonso Solis to watch out for. He’s a Microdeck executive who’s been appointed to various political commissions and initiative for the last few years. He’s a very charismatic individual just looking for the right opportunity to jump the line and seize power.


Most corporations in Bellevue maintain a lower profile than the gleaming glass and chrome towers of the Downtown district.

Ares Macrotechnology, Microdeck, Gaeatronics, and Global Technologies are headquartered here.

A number of computer research and production facilities are present here.


Lone Star Security RatingsEdit

  • AAA: Beaux Arts, Hunt Point, Rosemont Beach
  • AA: Inglewood, Juanita, Medina, Regency Park, Yarrow Point
  • A: Bellevue (some sections), Cyde Hill , Kirkland, Newport (some sections)
  • B: Bellevue (some sections), Bothell , Newport (some sections)
  • C: Coalfield, East Gate, May Creek, Newcastle , Redmond

Places of InterestEdit



Bars & NightclubsEdit

  • Bellevue Poor House - Bar, Friday Night Fights and Tuesday night Sloppy Soy Wrestling
  • Gates Casino - Casino, built by Charles Gates, father of Microdeck’s current CEO


Government BuildingsEdit


Medical FacilitiesEdit


Major gangs include: 405 Hellhounds, Lake Acids, Leather Devils, Nova Rich, Vory.


  • Vital statistics were unchanged from 2050 to 2072 or were not reported more than once. Infoboxes for specific decades can be found in on the first page of relevant sourcebooks (see sources).
  • 2072 book did not provide an update on any topics but places of interest



  • numerous shadowtalk comments have been offered on this topic throughout available sources:
    • 2050 (Seattle Sourcebook):
    • 2060 (New Seattle):
    • 2072 (Seattle 2072):