Club Penumbra

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'''Club Penumbra''' is a long-established, famous nightclub in Seattle.

Club Penumbra is located in Central Seattle Downtown, right next to the Renraku Arcology, on the northwestern border of the International District.

The retro interior style of the club with its moon surface floor and trideo laser effects may not meet everyone's tastes, but it attracts a large mixed crowd of regulars, including shadowrunners, who seem to like it just the way it is, so it still remains to be one of the major hotspots in the city.

The music is pretty loud and includes popular dance music and hard rock. The club is still famous for a live gigs of the «Concrete Dreams» years ago; they held their first and last concerts there.{{src}} p. 7



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Will we continue to defer to Uncle Ancient on this topic or is there a plan to add to the Sperethiel article?
"and he was hit with a Thor shot before he could escape his hideout."

System Failure p101 says Art "had gone" before the Omega team could get him... presumably this means he did escape his hideout, only to be hit with a thor-shit. --UserVOLKOV9 1910, 7 April 2006
The only direct reference to Art and the Omega Team on sf p101 says "ZOG analysis estimated he’d be gone before Omega ground team could be activated". Art hadn't gone, they just figured he would be, so instead of chasing him, they wrecked him from orbit.
"Thor-shit" should be canon slang for that, btw. --UserOboreruhito 0108, 29 July 2009 (EDT) Assuming the debt is a Fourth World issue, and by my horrible math, I estimate that Art's ancestor lent the dragon a gold piece worth about UCAS$0.0000000000000000000195 about 7,000 years ago, or about UCAS$.000000000009 about 5,000 years ago. (Adjusted for inflation, of course, and I would love to see that adjustment table.) Right now, 1/20 oz. of gold, the smallest common gold coinage, is worth about US$47. --UserOboreruhito 0108, 29 July 2009 (EDT)
Shouldn't this page just be a redirect to the CategoryCritters page? It updates automatically, and actually looks a little nicer. -- Wordman

Yeah, probably.  I blame me not understanding the  tag to let a Category page stand by itself.  --UserMshieh 1834, 12 January 2007 (EST)
I remember now, the last time I tried redirecting to a Category page it wouldn't work. --UserMshieh 1819, 16 January 2007 (EST)