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Bishop City, a place where corruption and crime thrive under a leadership that is so crooked, itís a miracle it's still standing. For years, this corrupt leadership has ensured that the city has remained informally divided into four: West Side, where the powerful and wealthy settle down and build their families, North End, where the young businessman can climb the corporate ladder, South End, where the average Joe lives his average life on an average salary, and East Side, the realm of crime, violence and poverty, where every day is a struggle to survive. It is not an ideal situation...in fact, it is the exact opposite, but that is today's situation in Bishop City, and it is the way it has been for many years. But there may very well be change on the way...
While the four mafias of the city are stepping dangerously close to war, the people of Bishop City prepare for the upcoming election, which may set in stone what future the city faces. It is a chance to rid of the old - the corrupt leadership of Mayor Ian Anderson - and replace it with a new, possibly one determined to change the city for the better, someone who can make a change in every citizen of Bishop City's life? Or perhaps it will go the other way, and "the new" will be an ever greater evil, which will ensure a formal division of the city for all days to come. The criminals have already chosen their candidate - the one who will benefit them the most - but the criminals are greatly outnumbered. It is in the hands of the people that the power still sits; the power to mould tomorrow. Amidst all this corruption in crime, there is a bright light shining. Is there still hope for Bishop City? Only time will tell.