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Legacy[edit | edit source]

There are a variety of areas or locations in which the player can explore. All known areas are within the general region of the present-day United States, with potential overlap into present-day Mexico. Known areas include San Francisco,[1] New York City,[2] the Rockies/the American Southwest,[3][4] the Midwest,[5] and the Southeastern United States.[6]

This game includes the state of Maine in the Northeast region.

New Content[edit | edit source]

The game divides the continental United States into five regions, each containing cities and towns that act as concentrations of buildings for stories and act as stop points for riding the rails separated by farmland and wilderness.

Towns[edit | edit source]

Towns, like Portland, Maine, are spread across the map along the networks of roads and rails. Towns may act as an end-point for riding the rails but cannot be entered so they can only act as a start point if you hop the train.

Many stories in your inventory reference the nearest town to where you earned that story.

Cities[edit | edit source]

Cities, like Boston, Massachusetts are also spread across the map along the network of roads and rails. Larger than towns, cities appear on your map screen and act as hubs for roads and railways. When you approach a city a prompt to enter that city appears above the city center. Entering the city brings you to that city's city screen and resets your spawn point to that city.

In each city you have six options:

Explore will start a choose-your-own-adventure mini-game, at the end of which you will earn a story unique to that city. Each city can only be explored once.
Earn Money will give you the option to look for work or panhandle as the first fork in another choose-your-own-adventure mini-game, at the end of which you may gain or lose money, health, or energy. You can earn money in each city only once.
Train Station will give you a menu of destinations that you can spend money to safely travel to without using health or energy and saving quite a bit of time.
Store will give you a menu of foods and drinks that you can spend money on to restore health and energy. The first option in each city's store is themed for that city.
Go Back takes you back to the main city screen.
Leave exits the city completely, returning you to the main map.

Stories may reference a nearby city instead of town in your story inventory, and some of the city-specific stories reference the city or a landmark in that city by name.

States[edit | edit source]

State borders appear on the main map, but are more for visual reference than anything else. Many states are in more than one region.

Stories in your inventory may reference a state if no city or town was near the location you earned the story.

Regions[edit | edit source]

As you travel among the various regions the music, color palette, and country stories change to match the region's theme.

Northeast[edit | edit source]

States: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and parts of Ohio, Virginia, and West Virginia
Cities: Washington, DC; Boston, MA; New York, NY
Towns: Portland, ME; Buffalo, NY; Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, PA; Richmond, VA; Burlington, VT

South[edit | edit source]

States: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and parts of Kentucky, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia
Cities: Miami, FL; Atlanta, GA; New Orleans, LA; Memphis and Nashville, TN
Towns: Birmingham, Mobile, and Montgomery, AL; Jacksonville, St. Petersburg, and Tallahassee, FL; Savannah, GA; Jackson, MS; Charlotte, NC

Midwest[edit | edit source]

States: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and parts of Colorado, Kentucky, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, West Virginia, and Wyoming
Cities: Denver, CO; Chicago, IL; Detroit, MI, Minneapolis, MN; St. Louis, MO
Towns: Cedar Rapids and Des Moines, IA; Indianapolis, IN; Louisville, KY; Duluth, MN; Kansas City, MO; Bismark, ND; Cleveland and Columbus, OH; Oklahoma City, OK; Pierre, SD; Amarillo and Dallas, TX; Milwaukee, WI

Southwest[edit | edit source]

States: Arizona and parts of California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah
Cities: Los Angeles, CA; Santa Fe, NM; Las Vegas, NV; El Paso and San Antonio, TX
Towns: Phoenix, AZ; San Diego, CA; Shiprock, NM; Houston, TX; Salt Lake City, UT

Northwest[edit | edit source]

States: Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and parts of California, Montana, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming
Cities: San Francisco, CA; Boise, ID; Seattle, WA
Towns: Billings and Helena, MT; Portland, OR; Spokane, WA

References[edit | edit source]