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The Merrill, Asukaga & Finch Tower is a location featured in the pen and paper RPG Cyberpunk 2020.

Overview[]

The MA&F tower is a masterpiece of subdued majesty. At only 55 floors (and a relatively small cross section), it is one of the smaller buildings in the Corporate Plaza, but it is also one of the most eye-catching and elegant. The building is surfaced with glass overlying a steel frame. The interior floors of the building are built as open, plant-festooned terraces within the glass walls, giving the effect of an enormous greenhouse. There is a good amount of open space between the floor terraces and the exterior walls, with contact made only through steel structural supports. Only at the lobby and top floors do the walls and interior floors structurally merge. The exterior walls are transparent from both inside and outside the building. There is no logo on the building, and no aircraft facility on the roof. There is a subterranean loading dock and parking area. The elevators and stairs are external, and located in a glass-sheathed shaft at one end of the building.

The MA&F building has several public facilities in the lower three floors. There are bank offices, boutiques, a bar, restaurant and a small indoor park which occupies the entire third floor. There is also the public reception area for MA&F itself. Private employee facilities include a cafeteria, non-surgical infirmary and a rec center.

Access to the MA&F tower is restricted only above the third floor. Security is fairly tight throughout most of the building, but heavy only in the executive office areas, computer areas and the vault level, all of which are on the upper floors. The glass exterior walls will withstand hits from most small arms. The parking lot is public, but the executive section and the loading area are controlled. All areas are patrolled 24 hours a day.[1]

The Merrill, Asukaga & Finch Tower is situated in Night City's Corporate Center sector of downtown, in the Corporate Plaza district.

References[]

  1. PONDSMITH, M. Night City Sourcebook. 1st ed., Berkeley, CA, R. Talsorian Games, 1991. (pg.107)


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