Cimerora

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Cimerora
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Cooperative Trial Zone (35-50)

Trainers: Proximo
TF Contacts: Imperious
Events: none
Exploration Badges: Depths of Time
Plaques: none
Day Jobs: Caregiver / Pain Specialist, Cimeroran
Enemies: Cimeroran Traitors
Connecting Zones: Midnighter Club
Transits: none
Cimerora VidiotMap

Overview

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Players step foot upon the ancient land of the Roman Cimeroran Peninsula, where they battle deadly creatures, defend an ancient city and ultimately come face to face with the enemy of time itself. Throughout this journey players uncover the mysteries of power and the origins that guide them today.
Cimerora itself is a peninsula in the ancient Mediterranean that was formerly controlled by the King/Emperor Imperious. However somewhat in its recent ancient history, one of Imperious' men named Romulus Augustus usurped power from Imperious and took the throne for himself. Using powers and aid from an unknown dark entity, Romulus has summoned ancient beasts, legions of men, and erected a single great fort over the majority of the land where he plans to constantly strike against the gallant Imperious.

Contacts

Regular Contacts

Specific Contacts

Task Force Contacts

Trainers

Stores

Julia buys back all enhancements (except Invented Enhancements) as if she were the same origin as the enhancement, maximizing the sell-back price.

Neighborhoods

There are no neighborhoods explicitly marked on the Cimerora map. However, there are a few areas that are recognized as being different.

  • Upon entering/exiting the cave from the Midnighter Club, you will hear the following music.
  • Upon entering the city proper, you will receive a zone message for Cimerora and hear the following music.
  • Upon crossing the bridge to the entrance door of the Imperious Task Force, you will hear the following music.

Exploration Badges

File:Badge tourist 01.pngFile:V badge TourismBadge.png Depths of Time

You have traveled back in time to the Roman era. Here is the origins of all you have come to understand as heroic and villainous.

Day Jobs

Common
File:Badge DayJob Cimeroran.png Cimeroran
Heroes

Your time spent protecting the inhabitants of Cimerora has earned you the Cimeroran Day Job. Logging out in Cimerora will earn you a bonus to your damage resistance, when you log back in, for a short time.

Villains

Your time spent plotting against the inhabitants of Cimerora has earned you the Cimeroran Day Job. Logging out in Cimerora will earn you a bonus to your damage resistance, when you log back in, for a short time.

Hero-Specific
File:Badge DayJob CareGiver.png Caregiver

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.

Villain-Specific
File:Badge DayJob PainSpecialist.png 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.

Transfer Points

Enemy Groups

Cimeroran Traitors, led by Romulus Augustus are mainly concentrated up in the north, though they lurk all over the entire map. They do not like either Heroes or Villains, and will engage in battle with them if close enough or provoked. Their arch-enemies are the Cimerorans led by Imperious, and are frequently sighted battling them.

Defeating 100 Cimeroran Traitors anywhere in Cimerora will net the attackers the Centurion Badge.

Neutral Groups

Cimerorans come as both civilian and soldiers. The soldiers can be seen on guard at specific sites such as the ones guarding Imperious or at the bridge leading to the fortress in the north. They can also be found on patrol, and will engage in combat with Cimeroran Traitors if sighted. They con as Ally to both Heroes and Villains.