108 Cedar St. - Eos Corporate Headquarters
Address: 108 Cedar Street
Coordinates: C,1 - 8
Owner: Cassidy Soldahl
Type: Commercial - Corporate Headquarters
Property Value
Resources ●●●● (Affluent)
Cost of Services
Resources ●● (Comfortable)

The Eos Corporation, more commonly known as simply Eos, is a technology company based in Mythic Wood, It is responsible for turning the local economy around, providing thousands of jobs and bringing new revenue to the town like it has never seen before.



An ultra-modern architecture holds the corporate headquarters of the technology company, Eos. The most prominent wing of the building is a circular shape supported by steel pillars to sit atop a square, glass base. The circle structure expands slightly as it nears the roof, like an inverted cone. Its surface has the appearance of black bands, crowned by a large sign in the shape of the Eos logo. Wide, rectangular windows are set into the curved walls in a seemingly random, yet artistic arrangement. The back half of the campus is a single-story concrete wing with more wide windows along its outer walls. The entire headquarters rests in the middle of an expansive green lawn and is reached by a long driveway that leads down into an underground parking structure.


The lobby of the main wing is a large, open space filled with natural light. It is designed to allow the employees of the company to openly share thoughts and ideas with each other and visitors. Throughout the lobby are comfortable chairs and couches, round tables for casual meetings and collaboration, even video game stations. At the far end of this space is an open cafeteria with long booths and an in-house cafe. There are HD monitors and holographic displays all over, showing off many of Eos's latest projects and innovations, giving the sense of being on the brink of the future.

Two sets of stairs and elevators lead down to the parking structure, and up to the administrative floors where the corporate offices are located. The top floor contains the suites of the executive officers. These floors can only be accessed via a combination of a biometric optical scan and security code.

An equally secure set of doors at the back of the lobby lead to the rear wing of the campus, which can also be reached by a special elevator and staircase from the administrative floors. This wing contains the Research & Development Department, where Eos's top minds create the technology of tomorrow. R&D is a series of labs and workshops which are constantly being reconfigured to fit the needs of new projects.


Soleil Cassidy Soleil Cassidy
Chief Technology Officer
Kyle Rankin Kyle Rankin
Chief Financial Officer
Jen Yeun Jen Yeun
Chief Executive Officer
Felix Wicks Felix Wicks
Robotics Division – Senior Researcher
Lyra Young Lyra Young
Robotics Division – Cadet


Logs that take place at 108 Cedar St. - Eos Corporate Headquarters

History of Eos

Eos is one of the great American success stories. This corporation's beginnings are humble, sprouted from a seed nurtured in Mythic Wood, Oregon. That seed was a young lady named Soleil Cassidy . While attending college at Oregon State University, Cassidy developed a revolutionary new technology for transferring data online using what she called a predictive transfer protocol.

Shortly after graduating in 2012, Cassidy demonstrated her program in a file-sharing app called Aurora. Before long, Aurora expanding from file-sharing to video chat and live-streaming. With the assistance of her college friends, Kyle Rankin and Jen Yeun, she was able to turn Aurora into a business. As the clients poured in, Yeun advised Cassidy to branch out and grow the company. She took that advice, but in an unexpected direction.

From Aurora to Eos

When Aurora exploded in popularity, Miss Cassidy was back in her beloved home in Mythic Wood. So when she realized that she needed to grow to survive, she decided to do so in the place that had molded her into the person she had become. Starting in a friend's garage, she established the first company headquarters of the newly dubbed Eos. It was there that she manufactured the prototype routers that would take advantage of her predictive transfer protocol.

Within six months, she had created fifty new jobs in Mythic Wood, just putting together the routers to meet the increasing demand. A year later, in 2014, the newly constructed Eos Corporate Headquarters was opened for business in the sleepy little coastal town. Suddenly, Mythic Wood became the central hub of the fastest Internet service in the United States.

A New Dawn

Eos didn't stop there. The rapidly growing company was diversifying quickly, with new offices and labs opening up all over the country. But Cassidy insisted that her company remain headquartered in her hometown. She even went as far as having high-speed data lines installed throughout the town and providing free Internet access via Eos's service, EosNet. Even as things changed in the town, Cassidy was always careful not to disrupt the pleasant, semi-rural lifestyle that Mythic Woodans were accustomed to.

She was cheered on when she put together the trust that would turn Mythic Wood's struggling school system around, creating vibrant new programs for art, music, and especially technology education.

Few found reason to complain when she devoted millions of dollars to renovating the town's tiny hospital into an ultra-modern, state-of-the-art medical complex — complete with an advanced research wing used by Eos itself in its development of robotic prosthetics and other medical technologies.

Eos does have its detractors. Many of those living in Haven are ideologically inclined to resist corporate influence of any kind. Some have difficulty believing that any organization of such size and wealth can possibly be benign. But to most residents of Mythic Wood, Eos is a blessing, and Cassidy Soldahl is an angel.

Divisions at Eos

Though it started small, Eos has grown into many branches of the technology field, with numerous jobs available in each division.

  • Online Software/EosNet
  • Mobile Applications
  • Entertainment Software
  • Business Software
  • Education Software
  • Computer Hardware
  • Network Systems
  • Mobile Device
  • Medical Technology
  • Robotics
  • Call Center

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