Known for: Being located underneath a major human city.
Brief History: - Following the Expansion, the settlers from Cerro Quiac settled down in what would become the Northwestern United States. As settlers from Europe arrived, they found themselves drawn to the massive cities springing up along the coast. In the mid-1700s, they moved into New York itself and dug a large chasm underneath the growing human settlement. While this proved to be quite a draw to human analysts and tourists who wanted to visit the human world, in modern times, the location of the city has become more of a hindrance than a help. It is impossible to fly a Stonejet straight to the city, forcing all travelers to land in a cloaked suburb of New York, and then make the rest of the trip on foot.