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I've shown this already, but I can't think of a better image of mine to participate in this challenge.

Diagonal L-1 railway viaduct over diagonal stream, right next to a junction of two small rivers. A small serene place in the center of a busy city, the veins of nature, as I like to call it. Believe me, as simple as it loooks, it took me a good while to figure out how to do this, and for years I haven't thought that this would be possible. It required actually placing a viaduct and then manually editing the terrain in SC4Terraformer, as McDuell found out. And to place the river, I had to turn the RFR Plopwater system and various rocks by Pegasus into props and making them offset, as FrankU explained in a tutorial over at sc4devotion.com. An honest tribute to all the SC4 players and plugin developers who spent much time to figure out ways to get around in-game limitations.



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