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Entry 1: The Foxxy City

Entry 1

The Foxxy City

The city of Prowersville is a metropolis of people, ideas, and culture. Especially furry culture. This city, being located on Sparkle's Cidius Coast, it is the home of all things foxes. This city is home to a lot of cultural food, furry gatherings, and actual fox breeding shelters, where families and trying couples can adopt their very own pet fox... any species they so desire. This city is also home to the University of Prowersville, much High-Tech Industry, the national NVIDIA headquarters, and most of Sparkle's government, including the parliament, the royal palace, and the Ministry Center, where most of Sparkle's Ministries operate.

 

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Sparkle's Capital of Prowersville is one of few with skyscrapers. The only rule for these buildings is a small fox statue must be built atop the tallest building. The current building with said statue is the Poseidon Tower, which has a statue of a Siberian Silver Fox atop its antenna. Yes, they literally built the statue there. I know, not a smart move. There are only two other buildings with a Fox Statue on them, one of them being the replica of the Bank One Tower in Indianapolis, Indiana. This is where the royal family initially lived before setting off to find this island.

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This is the home of the 1998 and 2002 World Cup champion Sparkle team. It is also home to the only MLS team outside of the United States, the Prowersville Foxes. It is also where the soccer matches of the 2024 Prowersville Summer Olympics will be held. The city also won the bid to host the 2022 World Cup. This will boost the economy significantly, as the start of fursuit productions and national computer industries began to push Sparkle's economy to the top. These external events being hosted by this country of furries is expected to make Sparkle the third most powerful economy in the world, behind the United States of America and the People's Republic of China.

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The University of Prowersville is a private school in the city's downtown region. It is the home of the Blue Foxes, and is surrounded by a boatload of retail. This retail area is where a lot of the University of Prowersville's students shop. The University of Prowersville also hosts TailskoFurCon every year during late November. It is also worth noting that most of the trees here are artificial and made to give Sparkle more of a temperate feel since the country is just two degrees south of the equator. The temperatures in Prowersville in July and August can get up to 102-114 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the main reason TailskoFurCon is held at this independent institution in November instead of July.

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One of seven private high schools in the Prowersville Metropolitan Area, and one of three within the downtown area alone. This is Prowersville Cathedral High School, and it is perhaps the most religious of the seven in the area, least religious being New Roncalli, which is located a few miles to the north, along the National Highway. But Prowersville Cathedral has the highest graduation rate of any independent school in the city, being 97%. This school also has the most prestigious alumni in the area.

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The NVIDIA headquarters of Sparkle is where most of Sparkle's Graphics cards and HD sound devices are made. This is also the national computer exports to the United States, Europe, Japan, and Korea. Ever since the SparkleOne Policy was adopted in 2015, meaning if you want to sell it in this nation, you have to make it here. It is similar in a way to the infamous Chinese policy.

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And here's the national seal of Sparkle. This seal, whilst simple, captures the true attitude of the nation. Foxxy, and always ready for some furry fun!

 




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Nice layouts for your city so far, great touch on the fox seal as well. I like that you managed to keep your shopping area pictured from looking like a asphalt/concrete parking lot desert. Keep up the good designs.

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