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  • Hello, I am currently trying to figure out the layout of Mega-City and its outer regions.

    1) The mountains and Chateau which way of the skyscraper cluster up the highway? North? I judged the lighting of the sets and we can assume the two are far apart. 2) Capital City = Mystery City in the Matrix: Mega-City is too much a generic name, so more of a nickname. Capital could be the actual name, suggesting MC is also a Washington D.C. than a Chicago; Trinity hacking American Database whatsoever. There's a Lower Downtown, which it could be the "misnomer" of the MxO Downtown. 3) Airport in "Enter the Matrix" is Heathrow; there's a bulletin of Morpheus. 4) Matrix can't simulate rest of the world, but in human heads. Should be obvious that gamers know if not all technical stuff in games, the Wachowskis should be too. If it was, the Matrix would suffer glitches in frame rate and everything else. The Chateau is to be 500 miles due south. from MC. If there are worlds to be simulated, why is the purpose of MC there? 5)International is Chinatown.

    I will be reading a comic featuring Digi-Caribbean. One tip: layouts of said locations aren't important; just implied locations.

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    • You're grammar is bad, it's hard to understand you.

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    • Sorry there, m8. I was a noob at writing with perfect grammar. Here is the rewritten version:

      Hello, I am currently trying to figure out the layout of Mega-City and its outer regions.

      1) Which direction of the highway that Trinity and Morpheus where on do the mountains and the Merovingian's chateau fall upon. North I guess. I judged the lighting of the sets and we can assume that both the mountains and the chateau are south of the highway. In fact, the chateau is to be 500 miles south from the Mega-City.  

      2) Capital City is the Mystery City in the Matrix

      Mega-City is very generic for a city name. It's much more of a nickname. Capital City (found on Thomas Anderson could be the actual name, suggesting (the) Mega-City is also a Washington D.C. rather than a Chicago; proof would be the fact that Trinity hacked the American Database. There's a Lower Downtown, which it could be the "misnomer" of the MxO Downtown.

      3) The airport in "Enter the Matrix" is Heathrow; to prove that, there's a bulletin of Morpheus. But how can Matrix simulate the rest of the world, but I guess it could simulate using human heads? If it Matrix could simulate the rest of the world, the Matrix would suffer glitches in frame rate and everything else, rendering everything in universe (from atoms to people).

      5)International is Chinatown.

      I will be reading a comic featuring Digi-Caribbean. One tip: layouts of said locations aren't important; just implied locations.

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      Hello, I am currently trying to figure out the layout of Mega-City and its outer regions.

      1) Which direction of the highway (that Trinity and Morpheus were on) do the mountains and the Merovingian's chateau fall upon? North I guess. I judged the lighting of the sets and we can assume that both the mountains and the chateau are south of the highway. In fact, the chateau is to be 500 miles south from the Mega-City.  

      2) Capital City is the Mystery City in the Matrix

      Mega-City is very generic for a city name. It's much more of a nickname. Capital City (found on Thomas Anderson could be the actual name, suggesting (the) Mega-City is also a Washington D.C. rather than a Chicago; proof would be the fact that Trinity hacked the American Database. There's a Lower Downtown, which it could be the "misnomer" of the MxO Downtown.

      3) The airport in "Enter the Matrix" is the Heathrow Airport in England; there's a bulletin of Morpheus. But could the in-matrix Heathrow Airport could be named after the actual airport in question? But how can Matrix simulate the rest of the world? If it Matrix could simulate the rest of the world, the Matrix would suffer glitches in frame rate and everything else, rendering everything in the universe (from atoms to people). I guess it could simulate the other parts of the world by using human heads.

      4)International is Chinatown.

      I will be reading a comic featuring Digi-Caribbean. One tip: layouts of said locations aren't important; just implied locations.

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    • Yeah this is an interesting one... check out Goliath (I think that's set in London) and System Freeze (including climbing the Himalayas), plus There Are No Flowers in the Real World (which is set in Arizona)...

      Would make an interesting article!

      One theory is that each of these locations is in a separate construct, and that "travel" between them by plane or whatever ends up just moving people from one fixed point in each construct (the ports/train stations/airports, etc.) to another after the right amount of time has passed.

      P.S. Good catch about the direction of the sun on the Mountains/Chateau!

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