History UsefulNotes / Denver

18th Aug '16 9:00:56 PM X2X
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* At the start of ''TheWarAgainstTheChtorr'' series, Denver is the capital of the United States, though it's eventually evacuated as it's impossible to keep secure.
** Denver also becomes the US capital in Creator/MarvelComics' [[ComicBook/TheNewUniverse New Universe]] when UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC is devastated by a fight between two paranormals.

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* At the start of ''TheWarAgainstTheChtorr'' ''Literature/TheWarAgainstTheChtorr'' series, Denver is the capital of the United States, though it's eventually evacuated as it's impossible to keep secure.
** Denver also becomes the US U.S. capital in Creator/MarvelComics' [[ComicBook/TheNewUniverse New Universe]] when UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC is devastated by a fight between two paranormals.


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* The world map in ''VideoGame/MegaMan8'' heavily suggests that Dr. Light's laboratory is located in Denver. The city itself is never seen, though Mega Man can visit Light Labs to obtain upgrades using bolts collected in-game. It is also unknown if certain levels in other titles like the opening stage of ''VideoGame/MegaMan7'', the Robot Museum in ''[=MM7=]'' and ''VideoGame/MegaManAndBass'', and the Towntown Stage in ''VideoGame/MegaManPoweredUp'' are meant to represent various locations in Denver.
29th May '16 10:18:09 AM nombretomado
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* ''GoodLuckCharlie''

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* ''GoodLuckCharlie''''Series/GoodLuckCharlie''
14th Apr '16 8:25:32 AM Anddrix
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* In the third book of the ''Literature/TheMazeRunner'' series, Thomas and co. visit Denver in search for a former WICKED scientist who can remove the mind-controlling chip from Thomas and Minho. It's also revealed to house the other surviving Gladers after WICKED released them.

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* In the third book of the ''Literature/TheMazeRunner'' series, ''Literature/TheDeathCure'', Thomas and co. visit Denver in search for a former WICKED scientist who can remove the mind-controlling chip from Thomas and Minho. It's also revealed to house the other surviving Gladers after WICKED released them.
12th Apr '16 6:03:17 PM Volts177
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Despite having a high level of local government corruption (police corruption was once ranked as highest in the US) and ranking second in the US for pollution, Denver is generally portrayed as clean, friendly, and decidedly Midwestern. It is also often depicted as being next to the Rocky Mountains and being very cold and snowy, even though Denver is actually on the flat plains (though the mountains are still visible in the background[[note]]In pictures facing west, Denver has mountains; in pictures facing east, it might as well be in Kansas[[/note]]) and late spring through mid fall can be notoriously hot with arid and dry (albeit cold) winters being the norm.

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Despite having a high level of local government corruption (police corruption was once ranked as highest in the US) and ranking second in the US for pollution, Denver is generally portrayed as clean, friendly, clean and decidedly Midwestern.friendly. It is also often depicted as being next to the Rocky Mountains and being very cold and snowy, even though Denver is actually on the flat plains (though the mountains are still visible in the background[[note]]In pictures facing west, Denver has mountains; in pictures facing east, it might as well be in Kansas[[/note]]) and late spring through mid fall can be notoriously hot with arid and dry (albeit cold) winters being the norm.



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14th Feb '16 3:09:59 AM Dimas28
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* Percy and friends have a run-in with Ares here in ''[[Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians The Lightning Thief]]''.
3rd Feb '16 11:21:06 PM Dimas28
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* It's implied that The Capitol of Panem, from Main/TheHungerGames, is located in what was once Denver.

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* It's implied that The Capitol of Panem, from Main/TheHungerGames, ''Literature/TheHungerGames'', is located in what was once Denver.Denver (the book describes the "Rocky Mountains", and the film series definitely evokes the "mountainous" feel).
* In the third book of the ''Literature/TheMazeRunner'' series, Thomas and co. visit Denver in search for a former WICKED scientist who can remove the mind-controlling chip from Thomas and Minho. It's also revealed to house the other surviving Gladers after WICKED released them.
23rd Nov '15 11:53:03 PM jormis29
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* In what is almost certainly a nod to the above theory, the final mission of ''VideoGame/SplinterCell: Blacklist'' takes place in an ElaborateUndergroundBase beneath Denver International Airport called "Site F."

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* In what is almost certainly a nod to the above theory, the final mission of ''VideoGame/SplinterCell: Blacklist'' ''VideoGame/SplinterCellBlacklist'' takes place in an ElaborateUndergroundBase beneath Denver International Airport called "Site F."
10th Nov '15 7:46:08 PM Willbyr
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3rd Nov '15 10:30:26 AM bt8257
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Despite having a high level of local government corruption (police corruption was once ranked as highest in the US) and ranking second in the US for pollution, Denver is generally portrayed as clean, friendly, and decidedly Midwestern. It is also often depicted as being next to the RockyMountains and being very cold and snowy, even though Denver is actually on the flat plains (though the mountains are still visible in the background[[note]]In pictures facing west, Denver has mountains; in pictures facing east, it might as well be in Kansas[[/note]]) and late spring through mid fall can be notoriously hot with arid and dry (albeit cold) winters being the norm.

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Despite having a high level of local government corruption (police corruption was once ranked as highest in the US) and ranking second in the US for pollution, Denver is generally portrayed as clean, friendly, and decidedly Midwestern. It is also often depicted as being next to the RockyMountains Rocky Mountains and being very cold and snowy, even though Denver is actually on the flat plains (though the mountains are still visible in the background[[note]]In pictures facing west, Denver has mountains; in pictures facing east, it might as well be in Kansas[[/note]]) and late spring through mid fall can be notoriously hot with arid and dry (albeit cold) winters being the norm.
3rd Nov '15 10:25:05 AM bt8257
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* In what is almost certainly a nod to the above theory, the final mission of ''VideoGame/SplinterCellBlacklist'' takes place in an ElaborateUndergroundBase beneath Denver International Airport called "Site F."

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* In what is almost certainly a nod to the above theory, the final mission of ''VideoGame/SplinterCellBlacklist'' ''VideoGame/SplinterCell: Blacklist'' takes place in an ElaborateUndergroundBase beneath Denver International Airport called "Site F."
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