Denver Sector Passes

"Collect all six passes!" Yeah, right, like I'm going to shell out $75 for three Denver sets just to get some cheap plastic cards. And considering the quality of these cards, why couldn't FASA have put all six in each box? After all, it's not like it's a cereal box. It's a fraggin' city!

For those of you who were wondering what the passes in the Denver set were, they're wallet sized plastic cards with a two color print. I've only seen four different cards, and all four are white plastic with black and cyan. The artwork is boring and looks hastily done (like the triangles on the Ute pass). Reproduced below are the four cards I've managed to get a hold of.

Aztlan Sector



Front:
Aztlan
Sector

ADMITTANCE PERMIT (temporary)
Valid for 12 hours from hour of issuance
Cleared for Cyberware Class B
Eva Marie Valdez * Bureau of Sector Admittance
Back:
[stripe]
Identi-code Stripe
The bearer of this card understands and agrees to abide by the laws of the Aztlan Territorial Sector at all times. Failure to do so subjects the bearer to prosecution and internment under Aztlan law. Subject also waives all rights to legal defense and extradition.

Transfer or forgery of this card is punishable as a fraud under Aztlan law.
This card must be presen ted upon request by authorized Aztlan or Aztechnology security personnel or their representatives. Failure to do so places the bearer in violation of Aztlan identification and government compliance statutes and is punishable by appropriate prosecution or, at the option of the authorized security representative, on-site punitive action

[signature block]
Authorized Signature

CAS

Front:
CAS

CONFEDERATE AMERICAN STATES
"The Heart Of Old America"
DENVER SECTOR TRAVEL PASS
Class VI Pass Issued by
CAS Dept. of Immigration Denver Sector Office
Unlimited Transit TRAVEX: TVN029-1208

Back:
[Holopic] Welcome to the Confederate American States sector of the Front Range Free Zone. While you're here,we're sure you'll be considerate enough to know and obey our laws and regulations, because when you're in our country you're our problem. Please don't be a problem.

Bianca Cuthbertson
CAS Sector Manager

Pueblo Sector

Front:
PUEBLO
SECTOR

PUEBLO CORPORATE COUNCIL
Native American Nation Member
Established 2018

FRONT RANGE FREE ZONE
Pueblo Corporate Council Sector
Travel/Entry Permit

Back:
IMPORTANT INFORMATION

THIS TRAVEL PASS IS THE PROPERTY OF THE PUEBLO CORPORATE COUNCIL. IT MUST BE SURRENDERED UPON DEMAND BY ANY AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF THE PUEBLO CORPORATE COUNCIL.

This travel pass must not be altered or mutilated in any manner. Alteration may make it INVALID and, if willful, may subject the bearer to prosecution (Section TRV-0239.38b PCC Code). Only authorized officials of the Pueblo Corporate Council or of the Council of the Denver/Front Range Free Zone, in connection with official matters, may make statements, additions, annotations, or notations to this pass. The bearer may amend or update personal information at his or her own convenience.

LOSS, THEFT, OR DESTRUCTION of this pass should be reported immediately to local police authorities and the appropriate Pueblo Corporate Council office. This pass is an important travel document and bestows legal presence within the Pueblo Corporate Council Denver Sector and is the only valid identity document in that area. Its loss may cause the bearer unnecessary travel complications and significant expense.

Persons entering the Pueblo Corporate Council Denver Sector should determine what health insurance coverage, if any, they have while outside their home country. The Pueblo Corporate Council does not cover medical costs (except in an emergency) for non-Native American Nations members.

[stripe]

Sioux Nation

Front:
Sioux Nation
[image: native american picture of some bird thingy]
Spirit of the Native American Nations
Front Range Free Zone
Travel Access (Unrestricted)
Back:
[image: one circle thing on the left, one on the right, fingerprint box in the center, under that, it says Thumbprint]

This pass hereby certifies that the bearer is entitled access and travel in the Sioux Nation sector and the Front Range Free Zone and should for the duration of stay be granted all applicable rights and privileges.

Bearer is responsible for learning and abiding by all local laws and customs.

UCAS

Front:
UCAS

DENVER SECTOR ADMITTANCE VISA
Category P
UNITED CANADIAN AND AMERICAN STATES

The President of the United Canadian and American States hereby requests all whom it may concern to permit the bearer of this pass, an honored and respected guest of this country, to travel without delay or hindrance and in case of need to give the bearer all lawful aid and protection.

[signature line]
Electronic Signature of Bearer

Back:
*NOTICE*
This Denver Sector Admittance Pass may not be used by any person other than the person to whom it was issued, or in violation of the conditions or restrictions placed thereon or in violation of the rules regulating the issuance of admittance visas. Any willful violation of these laws and regulations subjects the offender to prosecution under Title 24, United Canadian and American States Code, Section 8382.3

[stripe]

Ute Nation

Front:
Ute Nation Denver Sector
Travel and Access Pass
National Access Issued:
July 2055
Valid Until Revoked
Fathers of the American
Indian Reclamation
Back:
[stripe]
The bearer hereby agrees to be bound by the laws and customs of the UTE NATION.
Margaret Stands Firm
Ute Sector Administrator
[signature block]
Bearer's Signature

My thanks to the two list members of ShadowRN (whose mail I accidentally deleted before copying their names) who provided me with the information on the CAS card and the Sioux card. Out of two sets (I've got a Denver set and a friend has another), we've discovered that the cards actually were randomly placed in the Denver boxes and not broken into three groups of two cards each. My box had the Aztlan and the Ute card while the person that mailed me the CAS info had the CAS and the Aztlan card. Talk about an odd pairing.