Salvagers who work the car and computer dumps, scrappers have earned their name as much for their violent natures as their work.
Without means of electronic communication, Dalton residents have returned to handwritten letters and print papers for most of their contact with each other. Handwritten propaganda is also distributed by those seeking change.
After the War, people began turning to sustainable and practical farming methods as well as relying on the natural resources in the area.
Patrols are the Dalton police force, tasked with both keeping the peace inside the city and protecting it from outside forces.
After the war, Dalton residents needed to find local and natural means of cloth manufacturing and have developed a successful manufacturing industry for their population.
Roof runners own the top of the Blue, but the streets are home to a similar network of children and young adults, the street fighters.
Escorts are legal Mixed prostitutes, often forced into a hard life by desperation. Many have found ways to try to support each other and make a difficult life a bit more bearable.
A crisis of leadership after the death of Dalton's first Commander created a power struggle from which the current Council was born. However, changing political currents in the city lead many to believe the Citadel may soon have another powerful single leader, Director Elizabeth Spaulding.
After the War, Dalton's political climate fueled the rise of certain ideologies, but severely oppresses others.
The second most prosperous Sector in Dalton is a good place to live...if you're a human.