In the labyrinthine maze of Liman, where towering apartments serve as
fortress walls, the Coyotes reign. This notorious gang, fervent supporters of
the Kabel Football Club, are the whispered talk of Neusatz. Their feud with
Korida of Detelinara is an urban legend, recounted in hushed tones in every
dim-lit tavern and graffiti-covered alleyway.
The most infamous of their confrontations was the melee at the schoolyard of
Svetozar Marković Toza. Even the Danube, that ancient witness to countless
vendettas, seemed to pause in its eternal flow during that skirmish.
Though they exist in the shadows, the Coyotes are nothing like the forgotten
or overlooked. They are the wealthy youth of Liman, living in the sumptuous
high-rises that dominate the area. Here, punk is not just music; it's a battle cry,
echoing through the lavish corridors, screaming disapproval at the world
In Liman, loyalties are mercurial, alliances forming and dissolving like mist in
the chilly air. Here, in these opulent towers overlooking the river, the Coyotes
scheme and plot, their cunning the coin of a realm that respects only power
It's an enigmatic existence, these lives shaped by towering steel and veiled
ambitions. Amidst this noir backdrop, the Coyotes are both a symptom and
symbol—of a society held captive by its own convoluted drama, of a river city
whose undercurrents are as dark and deep as they are irresistible.