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The workweek is over and I finally got to the computer, so let’s move on.

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TowerDude, avrelivs, IAM AJAK: thank you guys, it is a pleasure to know that somebody is interested :)

So, after a year of wandering along the coast of Antida on 25th of August (on 27th according to some sources) 1149 Klaus Monter entered the bay which was named Foggy Bay.

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They anchored in a small cove on island formed by big river on the East (which natives called Hayna*) and its branch on the North.

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Klaus Monter decided that this is a place where the city must be founded.

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18 days were spent on repairing ship to sail home. During this time Klaus managed to draw a small map of the island and established relationships with some local tribes.

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When the ship was repaired, Monter left the Foggy Bay.

He came back in a year on 29th of August 1150 and that time he was leading a fleet of 23 ships. However most of these ships were not under the flag of Viselgorth Empire.

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Anyway, 367 sailors, 679 settlers and 43 warriors (most of which where retired soldiers and policemen picked up in different port cities across Maragor coast) landed on a small peninsula between Small Cove (it was called so) and estuary of Hayna and made temporary camp.

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Construction began.

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Monter named the city Viserlind** to emphasize that the city was a colony of the Empire

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Meanwhile Klaus actively explored the land around the new city.

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* - It is a name of the real river flowing in Belarus (my home country). However, the real Hayna is a small and calm creek, while Hayna in this CJ is a big and mighty river.

** - In Thaussvald dialect (German dialect which was the most common in Viselgorth Empire) “lind” means “city”, and “Viser” is a short name of the Empire used mainly in geographic names. So the name of the city can be read as “the city of Viselgorth Empire”.


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