Galaxy City (Pre-Issue 21)
Galaxy City was destroyed in Issue 21, and turned into the new co-op tutorial experience for all Primal Earth characters. Echo: Galaxy City is available through Ouroboros for access to the badges and mobs.
Hero City Zone (1-6)
|Trainers:||Back Alley Brawler|
|Exploration Badges:||Bird Watcher, Blue Shield, Brawler, Tank, Land Locked, Galactic Fan, Eye of the Gemini, Orion's Belt, Thrill Seeker|
|Plaques:||Expert II, III, Intellectual II, Pupil II, Student III|
|Day Jobs:||Architect, City Official, Law Enforcer, Commuter, Caregiver, Duelist, Monitor Duty|
|Enemies:||Clockwork, Hellions, Infected, Vahzilok|
|Connecting Zones:||Kings Row, Perez Park|
|Transits:||Paragon City Monorail|
|Echo Galaxy City VidiotMap|
Galaxy City is one of two starting zones for new heroes. (Atlas Park is the other.)
Galaxy City is a densely populated region, with a business sector to the north, a warehouse district to the south, and a park with a small lake in the southeast. The Freedom Corps building is also in this zone. Back Alley Brawler, who trains novice heroes, can always be found in front of Freedom Corps.
Like Atlas Park, the Hellions street gang has moved into Galaxy City in force, and the Clockwork are also active in a slightly more covert fashion. Heroes of security level 1 through 6 work to keep the peace in Galaxy City.
Galaxy City is a small, sheltered district near the heart of Paragon City. It is a densely populated region located between Independence Port to the west and Perez Park to the east. Galaxy is south of the financial towers of Steel Canyon and north of the industrial warehouses of Kings Row.
Galaxy City is perhaps best known for its tributes to fallen heroes. Several breathtaking statues are found scattered throughout the district, reminding the residents of those who gave so much of themselves for the people of the city. The sculptures are all dedicated to heroes who made the area their home, and include Wayland, a self-proclaimed descendant of a Norse hero; Cassiopeia, the lovely psionicist; and M1, born and raised Matthew Barnes in Equinox, who enlisted during World War II and joined the 1st Hero Brigade.
Galaxy City, like Atlas Park, is one of the entry points for heroes new to Paragon City. As such, it is a fairly safe zone that is heavily patrolled. ELITE, DATA, SERAPH, MAGI, and GIFT all have offices in Freedom Court. New heroes who register here will receive their first missions in Galaxy City from their respective hero liaisons.
Galaxy City was known for many years as Paragon Heights. It was renamed after the post-Rikti-restoration, in honor and remembrance of Galaxy Girl, a.k.a. Kelly Graham, one of the neighborhood's own. A favorite of Paragon Heights, a darling sweetheart to everyone who called the area home, and a kind and compassionate matron to her extended family, Kelly was a true daughter of the neighborhood. A proposal was put forward during the rebuilding to not only raise a tall monument to her, but to rename the area Galaxy City after one of their own. An impressive statue of Galaxy Girl was erected during the rebuilding, and she gracefully takes her place amidst the city’s skyline, holding her hands up to the clouds.
- Charlie Sparks
- Clarence Jackson
- Galaxy City Security Chief
- Hero Corps Field Analyst
- Jack Wolfe
- Super Group Registrar
- Constellation Row (Red - Level 3-6) (Music) forms most of the central southern part of the zone
- Cygnus Medical Center (Music) in the northwestern part of the zone, surrounded by Freedom Court. It contains the Paragon City Monorail station, as well as the Cygnus Mecial Center.
- Equinox (Yellow - Level 1-2) (Music) just north of the center of the zone. This neighborhood contains one of the three Arenas in Paragon City.
- Freedom Court (Green, Yellow - Level 1-2) (Music) in the central part of the zone, is where the Freedom Phalanx headquarters is located. This neighborhood also is where the hero trainer of the zone, Back Alley Brawler, can be found. Note that on the game map, there is an unlabeled mid-level area south of the Freedom Court marker and an unlabeled low-level neighborhood north of the marker; these neighborhoods are considered part of the Freedom Court neighborhood as well.
- Gemini Park (Red - Level 5-6) (Music) in the southeast corner of the zone
- Nebula District (Orange - Level 3-6) (Music) the southwestern part of the zone.
- Orion Beltway (Orange - Level 3-4) (Music) in the northeast part of the zone.
| Bird Watcher|
The Invisible Falcon disappeared without a trace in the mid 90's.
| Blue Shield|
M1, a hero from World War II, is honored today with a statue in Galaxy City.
| Land Locked|
This lock holds back the waters of Eastgate Bay, and has been the target of many super criminals bent on flooding Galaxy City.
| Galactic Fan|
Galaxy Girl's sacrifice to save the people of Paragon City has not gone unnoticed, prompting this tremendous statue to be built in honor of her. Galaxy Girl's father visited the statue every day until he passed away at the age of 91.
| Eye of the Gemini|
Gemini Park was once a popular gathering spot for people in the city, until the Hellions and Vahzilok took over. On some occasions many heroes could be seen relaxing in the area, daring the local gangs to try something. The people of Paragon would hold events on these days, happy to have their park wrested away from the hands of criminals.
| Orion's Belt|
This statue commemorates the hero Orion, whom Orion Beltway was renamed after. During the first Rikti War, Orion fought valiantly against the Rikti, saving the people of this small district. He was remembered, in particular, as the hero with no real powers beyond his knowledge of martial arts.
| Thrill Seeker|
You're always looking for new forms of entertainment, and it's said that the Mission Architect technology is entertainment in its purest form.
- One Pupil Badge monument
- One Student Badge monument
- Two Expert Badge monuments
- One Intellectual Badge monument
Your study of the Mission Architect system has earned you the Architect Day Job. Logging out in the Mission Architect will earn you 2 bonus Mission Architect Tickets, when you log back in, each time you complete a mission for a short time.
You spend your free time battling other heroes and villains in Arena matches earning you the Duelist Day Job. Logging out in an Arena will earn you a bonus to your maximum Endurance, when you log back in, for a short time.
| Monitor Duty|
Your time spent protecting your Supergroup's base has earned you the Monitor Duty Day Job. Logging out in your Supergroup base will earn you a Prestige bonus, when you log back in, each time you complete a mission for a short time.
| City Official|
You have worked closely with the Paragon City government during your free time earning the City Official Day Job. Logging out in the City Hall will earn you an Influence Bonus, when you log back in, each time you complete a mission for a short time.
| Law Enforcer|
You have worked closely with the Paragon Police Department during your free time earning the Law Enforcer Day Job. Logging out in a Police Station will earn you an Experience Bonus, when you log back in, each time you complete a mission for a short time.
You have traveled all over Paragon City for various day jobs during your free time earning the Commuter Day Job. Logging out in a Train Station will earn you a speed boost, when you log back in, for a short time.
You have spent a great deal of time working in the hospitals of Paragon City during your free time earning the Caregiver Day Job. Logging out in a Hospital will earn you a Regeneration Bonus, when you log back in, for a short time.
| Ousted Official|
You were unceremoniously ejected from your position in Paragon City government when you became a villain.
| Dirty Cop|
The Paragon Police Department has severed its ties with you now that you're a villain.
| Fare Jumper|
You miss the monorails of Paragon City, but in the Rogue Isles it would just be too impractical.
| Pain Specialist|
Your expertise in surgery and understanding pain has earned you the Pain Specialist Day Job. Logging out in a Hospital will earn you a Regeneration Bonus, when you log back in, for a short time.
- Two Superpowered Field Trainers in Freedom Court and one inside Freedom Corps HQ sell level 5, 10, and 15 training enhancements.
- The Paragon City Monorail has a station here.
- There is a tunnel along the southern wall of the zone that leads to Kings Row.
- There is a security gate along the eastern wall of the zone that leads to Perez Park.
- The Galaxy City Beacon location is (-533.5, 20, -1258), on the northwest corner of the Arena.
- This zone has been in the game for Heroes since Issue 0.
- Access to this zone for new characters was removed in Issue 21.