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Overview

PopulationStateName
1,500,000CaliforniaStar City
5,000,000CaliforniaFort Plymouth (until 1897)

History

The New Forest

Colonel Jeb Star founded the territory of Fort Plymouth in the year 1797. In the early half of the 19th century. Fort Plymouth grew into a prosperous trading community luring prospectors all the way from Canada to ply their traders. With the establishment of the continental railroads system in the 1860s, Fort Plymouth developed into a thriving cattle town with large ranches slaughterhouses and stockyards.

1897 was the year of the "Great Fire". It earned this appellation when a stockyards smokehouse was set ablaze, burning most Fort Plymouth to the ground. Developers and architects rebuild the city into a living symbol of modernism, and named it after it's founding father.

Cry for Justice and Brightest Day

Destruction of Star City

During Cry for Justice Prometheus decimated a large portion of the city, which ironically left wreckage in the shape of a star.

It killed many people, including Green Arrow's granddaughter, Lian Harper. During Brightest Day the white entity took Boston Brand (previously Deadman) to the wreckage and a forest sprouted up around him. It continues to grow up larger, attracting all sorts of attention, from the JSA and S.T.A.R. Labs to LexCorp. Green Arrow lived within the forest.

Points of Interest

Landmarks

  • Queen Industries - Owned and run by businessman Oliver Queen, aka the Green Arrow. Oliver reluctantly inherited the company after his parents, Robert and Laura Queen, were killed on safari. It was founded by Robert Queen, Oliver's father.
  • Q-Core - a subsidiary of Queen Industries.
  • Star Bridge - This suspension bridge is one of city's primary visual landmarks.

  • The Grell Museum - Named after Mike Grell, who wrote and drew a definitive era of Green Arrow in the 1980s.

  • Papp Stadium - Named after George Papp, one of Green Arrow's original co-creator from the 1940s

  • Capston Bridge

  • Star City Youth Center

  • Thinder-Smith Garden Arena

Neighborhoods

  • The Triangle - Long fought over by the city's various organized crime.

  • Lamb Valley

  • The South End

  • The Glades - The slums of the city where law dictated Brick.

  • Orchid Bay - The downtown section, and site of City hall.

  • Adam Heights

  • Aurora

  • Avalon Park

  • Blumebury

  • Brainerd

  • City Core

  • Clarenden Hills

  • Daleyville

  • Damen Hills

  • East Gary

  • Elgin

  • Glaberton

  • The Hide Park

  • The Jackson Park

  • Lombard

  • Marquette

  • Near South

  • Oak Forest

  • Oldtown

  • The Pless Park

  • Soulk Village

  • Seaview

  • South Shore

  • Tesserville

  • The Villa Park

  • Westchester

  • Wriggleyville

People

Heroes

Villains

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