Blue Coasts is a huge fictional American city located in the state of Delaware, right by the Atlantic Ocean. It is a cosmopolitan city, with immigrants and descendants of immigrants from most nations around the globe (mainly Japanese and French people). It was founded as a settlement for refugees escaping World War I on December 1, 1915. The city was originally a small town but grew significantly over time. It's currently divided into 10 districts. The primary LEA in the city is the Blue Coasts Police Department, which rules over other 10 local police branches from each district which are led by a Police Commander. The player joins the top team in the BCPD working for the Chief of Police and the team relocates from district to district when they need to investigate new things in other parts of the city.
City's plot overview
Season 1: Townville
- Hoist The Dead, Case #26 in Townville:
- Sudden Death, Case #27 in Townville:
- The Heinous Painting, Case #45 in Townville:
- The Electrify, Case #55 in Townville:
Townville's police received a letter from Gary Perkins (who was somehow involved with Dr. Cyanide) saying that he was now in Blue Coasts investigating something big and said that he would later return to Townville. He also mentioned that the city had beautiful beaches.
- Zygotes From The Afterlife, Case #70 in Townville:
Albert Presto had died weeks ago without telling the team some piece of information he'd promised, so the team talked to his cellmate, Frida Larry. She said she knew what it was and said that the origins of the family feud between Dr. Cyanide's family and the Farrens had originated in Blue Coasts. Evan Day told Alan Smith about this since he thought that cold case could be important, as Dr. Cyanide wouldn't have gone throught he whole trouble of poisoning plants, animals, and people, if nothing interesting had happened. In case there was something else behind that old story, Alan talked to George Nearnight (the Chief of Blue Coasts' police) and transfered the player to his police department and also to his own team. This is how the murders in Blue Coasts are investigated by the player.
Season 2: Blue Coasts
- A Snob Case, Case #1 in Blue Coasts:
George Nearnight said to the player that Blue Coasts had been founded in 1915 by groups of refugees who were escaping from the Great War (1914-1918). There is little to no information about life in Blue Coasts' first years.
- Slip Of A Tongue, Case #7 in Blue Coasts:
Violet Nearnight talked to the player about Blue Coasts Day which takes place every December the 1st, which is the city's anniversary. She said that it was founded by Petchara Metanee, a Siamese woman and also one of the very Thai immigrants the city has ever hosted.
The city of Blue Coasts contains 10 districts:
Evergreen Tops is the first district investigated by the player. It holds most of the city's richest population as well as very posh venues. Hilton & Hilton Club, Blue Tops Cemetery, Evergreen Paradise gated community, the Evergreen Wetlands and Evergreen Forest are all located in this district.
South Coast is the second district investigated by the player. This district features a younger population and is home to a great part of the city's party scene. Montgomery Publication House, Sargassum Lake, the Metanee Baseball Stadium, Bullhawk Islet and Flambeau Palace are all located in this district.
14- The Hottest Girl
The City Center is the third district investigated by the player. This district features most of the city's commercial activity and is home to the poorer citizens of Blue Coasts. Blue Coasts International Airport, Shokunin Grove, Newcoast Shopping Center and the City Hall are all located in this district.
The most important plot in the City Center is The Kitty Cats, a prostitution ring exploiting its victims.
Known governors of Blue Coasts
- Akiko Miyadai (Socialist Coalition)
Blue Coasts Police Department
|George Nearnight||57||Chief of Police||Reads and reviews case files, issuing orders, giving out new leads whenever necessary, overseeing all operations, ensuring cops are bringing justice to the city. He's the head of the player's team.|
|Player||N/A||Homicide Detective||Performs homicide investigations as the investigator-in-chief of formal murder investigations; brings killers to justice by all means necessary.|
|Jerry Bryar||27||Deputy||A deputy and the partner assigned to the player during day shifts; usually works with the player as a team to solve homicide investigations.|
|Nora MacMillon||39||Detective||A detective and the partner assigned to the player during night shifts; usually works with the player as a team to solve homicide investigations.|
|Megan Staples||31||Coroner||Autopsies bodies of various murder victims, analyzes the murder weapon if necessary, issues new leads whenever possible, and handles anatomic forensics when needed.|
|Kyle Montgomery||31||Head of Forensics||Handles and analyzes physical, biological, and clinical evidence to help homicide investigators incriminate the killer's identity, and sometimes discovers the murder weapon.|
|Thomas Ravens||25||Digital Analyst||Handles and analyzes digital and technical evidence to help homicide investigators incriminate the killer's identity. Also issues new leads whenever possible.|
|Annabelle Chashiroua||32||Profiler||Handles and analyzes clues that could bring out interesting information about the culprit or the suspects; also usually interrogates the killers after they're arrested and provides useful information at their trials.|
|Hans Rougel||41||Internal Issues Officer||Handles and analyzes evidence about the Police Department's database to reveal important clues about a murder investigation or murder suspects.|
|Violet Nearnight||23||Officer||An officer assigned as the player's assistant who develops the tasks necessary to help solve the team's murder investigations. Also sometimes acts as the player's partner, issues new leads if found, and sometimes issues new suspect attributes when needed.|
|James Robert||27||Officer||An officer who is in charge of leading investigations other than murders, sometimes acts as the player's partner and issues new leads if found.|
|Ousman Jawo||37||Expert in wildlife and botany||Handles and analyzes plants and herbs to bring new evidence to the team's murder investigations; also usually takes care of animals involved in the cases.|