Locations (Heroes Supplement)
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Listed bellow are the major cities in the Heroes world with a link to the appropriate Heroes Wiki page and a list of important NPCs associated with the location.
- Note: These are not the only locations that are important or mentioned in the Heroes world, they are just some major sites for most of the events that transpire within the Heroes universe.
 USA Locations
 Odessa, TX
Odessa, TX is a city in western Texas, just south of the panhandle, with a population of about one hundred thousand. It is half of the Midland-Odessa metroplex.
 Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles, commonly known as "L.A.", is a city in the state of California.
 Costa Verde, CA
Costa Verde is a fictional city in the state of California.
 Hartsdale, NY
Hartsdale is a town in New York which lies on the Bronx River twenty miles north of New York City.
 New York, NY
New York City is the largest city in the United States, with a population of over eight million people. It is divided into five boroughs: Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx, and Staten Island.
 Fort Lee, NJ
Fort Lee, New Jersey is the location of Pinehearst Headquarters. The city is located in the northeast of New Jersey. It is the location of the George Washington Bridge, the main passageway into New York City.
 Tappen, NJ
Tappen is a fictional location in the state of New Jersey. Tappen is the location of a Primatech facility where Angela Petrelli interrogates Rachel Mills.
 Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV is the largest city in the state, with a full-time population of well over half a million people and a total metropolitan population of over two million people.
 Washington, DC
Washington, DC is the capital of the United States of America. It is located in the District of Columbia, a Federal district nestled between Virginia and Maryland; Many important Federal government sites lie outside the District in nearby Virginia and Maryland towns.
 International Locations
 Chennai, India
Chennai, India is the fourth largest city in the country, with a population of nearly seven million. Largely industrial, it is considered the automobile capital of India.
 Cork, Ireland
Cork is the second city of Ireland with a population of about 119,000 people. (The county has over 300,000 people.) The city is located in the far south of Ireland in County Cork, which is the largest county in the country. Several notable locations include St. Patrick's Street, University College Cork, St Mary's Cathedral, the Cork Opera House, Murphy's Brewery, and The English Market. In 2005 Cork was the European capital of culture. Cork could also refer to the natural harbor formed at the mouth of the River Lee.
 Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo, Japan is the capital of and the largest prefecture in the nation, with a population of over twelve million. Although severely damaged during World War II, Tokyo has risen to become the technological, cultural, and economic center of modern Japanese society.