TABLE OF CONTENTS
I've had this second page of my journal reserved for "Documents and Files" which was planned to be my downloadable content. I haven't used it all that much and most of my downloadable content is now in the journal itself. With that said, as I approach 60 entries, I think it would be nice to have an organized table of contents.
NOTE: Well, this got bumped to the top... which was not what I was expectingsorry for the inconvenience. You can still look through this, but it's not a new update
This is organized in chronological order so you know what entry is which. I've also organized it by city, so if you have a favorite, you can look at all of the content from each place featured in New Chandler. If you've followed for the past three years, you'd know that a lot of different places have been covered.
The original version of New Chandler was set in Latin America. It lasted from July 2010 to September 2010 and had fourteen updates. This version of New Chandler hosted a praised ISC session and a torch relay for the highly-acclaimed Simlympics in Chihiro, Petrova. After the ISC session, New Chandler was accepted into the Alliance of Independent Nations.
* Update 10 was exclusive to Simsports. The link given will take you to Simsports, not to Simtropolis.
New Chandler 2.0 was set in the Indian Ocean. It lasted from September 2010 to January 2011 and had sixteen updates. This version of New Chandler hosted the AIFF Tropics Cup and the IFL All-Star Game, two now-defunct leagues. It also was awarded hosting rights to an AIN summit, but yielded rights to Cattala, because union drama forced New Chandler 2.0 away from the Alliance of Independent Nations into the Second Confederacy of Free Regions.
*There are two update 14's, with one also in the previous version.
New Chandler III is set on Adonia, the role-playing planet of the United Sovereign Nations, a union New Chandler III was the headquarter nation of until its resignation in early 2012. By far the most esteemed edition of New Chandler, it hosted the XV Simlympic Games in New Chandler City in 2011, hosted the SIBF World Cup in Rockaway, was runner-up to Atarashima in potentially hosting the XVII Simlympic Games in 2012 with Galanos, hosted an Adonia Games Committee Session in San Clemente City, bid to host a second ISC Session with Rockaway, all on the way to winning Trixies for Best Sports "League" in 2011 and Best Tropical City Journal in 2012. The longest-lasting version of the journal with twenty-seven updates and counting, New Chandler III began in March of 2011 and continues today, still on Adonia, despite being unaffiliated with a union.
(NEW!) Update 57 - East Doherty
*The Simlympic Closing Ceremony was not officially documented as an update, therefore, there are two updates labelled as the 40th update.
The capital and largest city of New Chandler, New Chandler City has the distinction of being the only city featured in all three versions of the journal. New Chandler City hosted the XV Simlympic Games in October of 2011, and was the World Headquarters of the USNW during the nations membership in that union from January 2011 to January 2012. With fifteen updates, New Chandler City is the most documented city in the journal up to this point, however, because of an accidental deletion of the region containing New Chandler City in New Chandler III, there will likely be no future updates from New Chandler City in the near future.
La Brea was the first city focused on in the original New Chandler journal, and was present in many of the first updates from New Chandler in 2010. It was situated just to the northwest of New Chandler City. Though it did not host any events, it was the main focus in New Chandler's application to the Alliance of Independent Nations, the first step through a long journey of unions for the journal. Due to the region of the New Chandler City area being deleted in New Chandler III, La Brea is not expected to make a comeback anytime soon.
Roseburgh's main claim to fame was hosting the 15th International Simlympic Committee (ISC) Session in July of 2010 at the venue shown above. It also was the site of most of the first transit update in New Chandler. It did not make a presence in New Chandler 2.0, however, it is mapped out to be presented as a Dubai-esque oil boom-town in New Chandler III.
Along with Roseburgh, Winchester also played a major role in the ISC Session. It also made a major presence in Update 9 with Roseburgh, although the two are worlds apart in New Chandler III, with Winchester still remaining a part of Greater New Chandler City, a role it also took in New Chandler 2.0 for a few updates. Because it's in Greater New Chandler City's deleted region, it probably won't make a return for New Chandler III.
Sophanem was a hot bayside city in New Chandler 2.0, where to this point it is exclusive to. It is planned to be a large desert city in New Chandler III, however, those are still plans at this point. Sophanem was awarded rights to host a small union summit, but did not get a chance before New Chandler switched unions for the first of two times in its history.
Doherty was presented as a naturally-grown peninsula metropolis in New Chandler 2.0, a role it has took back in New Chandler III. There have not been any updates from Doherty from New Chandler III as of yet (although there have been several from the metro area... see "Carla Vista/Murray City" for more on them) but the first one should be made public by summer.
Built as a flawless model of a tropical metropolis, Galanos came close to getting New Chandler to be the first two-time Summer Simlympic host in 2012. Galanos does hold the distinction for having the update with the most pictures in New Chandler III, on top of some content from New Chandler 2.0.
One of the largest cities in New Chandler III, Rockaway first came to fame by hosting the SIBF World Cup Opening Ceremony in April of 2011, being followed by a transit update which remains the most commented-on entry of all-time in New Chandler. Rockaway also made a comeback in 2012 by bidding for an ISC Session.
Darlington City was a relatively Americanized city set in New Chandler's tropical climate. It is currently active in New Chandler III and is known for sporatic updates; don't be surprised if you see a new Darlington City update sometime in New Chandler III.
A mixture of Maui with skyscrapers and Honolulu without concrete, San Clemente City is a beachcomber's dream, best known for hosting an ACG session for the USNW, and being the focus of one of the largest SimCity 4 screenshots ever published. San Clemente City is part of the Doherty Metropolitan Area, the current focus of New Chandler III, so you can expect a comeback from this heavenly resort destination soon.
Carla Vista and Murray City are two bordering suburbs of East Doherty in New Chandler III. They currently do not have any updates together, however, updates 55 and 56 are planned to showcase both of these two cities. Be on watch for their releases.
New Chandler 2.0 and III have each presented their fair share of tropical islands every once in a while. There's enough updates from them (and such a high probability of a random tropical island update) that they deserve their own category.
Every once in a while, most often smaller towns, there are updates that present one thing, and that one thing is never shown again. These can go under the "one hit wonders" category (unless they are a tropical island, in which case they will go in the above category) and they are presented below.
Again, I wasn't expecting this to go to the top, so if you want to leave a comment on my work, I encourage you to visit my last update, Introduction to Murray City. If you have anything to say about the table of contents specifically you can leave a comment here or send me a private message. Sorry to trick all of you wanting a new update from me, you'll have to keep waiting