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Welcome to Eversack

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Welcome to the state of Eversack. Established in 1883, Eversack was home to many native tribes, but is now filled with busy cities, rural farms, and tourist traps. The state of Eversack consists land and waters of 737 square miles (12x12 big city tiles).

Here's an areal view of the state (without cities):


I also have a map of the county boundaries. (Remember, it's not a state without counties.)


My region is still under construction. I will keep you posted.

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Wow. That's a big region. You actually going to build that whole thing? ;)

Looks good, though; can't wait to see what you do with it!

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Thank you for all your feedback! :)

It's a big region. After many attempts to make a perfect region layout, I think THIS one will do it. It's got mountains, islands, and flat areas. All perfect for cities and farms.

Spoiler Alert. The next entry will be about Interstate 61 in Pendell County. The freeway runs along the Eastern side of the state and will include the cities of Chenewick, Leighsville, and Kutbirth. And yes, this journal is planned to be a "road geek" journal. It should be in anywhere from 3 days to a week and a half.

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