A massive territory stretching from the oceans to the frozen south, west of Lake Argyre and east of Lake Hellas

Need to Know (Before you Go):

“Comfort” is the name of the game in a region contracted to ASR five hundred years ago. As much of the architecture and amenities are virtual as are physical, so depending on your personal settings and levels of cyber augmentation, your experience may be very different than your travelling companions. ASR corptowns can be expensive, both in terms of local fees and pop-up driven impulse purchases (blink twice to purchase!), but on the plus side, it’s almost impossible to get lost.


Titan Film Cooperative

Proud producer of Z-list knockoff films, action/romance/comedy/thriller romps, indie art projects, and whatever else they can produce for under a thousand creds

The Southern Plains (stub)

Windswept plains and Mars’s icy southern pole


A decaying corptown populated by slumming artists, back-to-nature laterals, squatters, and the film industry.

Lianthe and Troyalle

This ancient wreck still holds some of the glory of a long-dead megacorp.

Doomtown Film Fest

Sol’s exclusive “best of the best of the worst” film festival

Black Friday (review)

A populist festival of dead corporate shills, and a warning to the MegaCorps

Bastion (former Megacorp)

A former megacorp that thrived on conflict and war profiteering

Bastion (Corpnation)

The Necropolis of a once-greatish Megacorp

GM Notes

This is a non-canon article/region, and assumes that MarsCo allowed its original three spinoffs to settle some tracts of less desirable land.

Here, Cyrenium is presented as something like ASR’s homeland. It’s a true corpnation, as big as a Terran continent, and across the territory you can find pockets spanning 700 years of technological development, a region of science and comfort where the occasional island of beta test is preserved like a theme park.