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 Hampton is a frontier town where most of the dirty mining industries are located. Hampton houses 12,000 people. Most of the 12,000 people are low wealth residents. A surface mine has also opened up because of the crystal deposits in the area. 

          The area is also highly unstable. The geological area is unstable for no reason. Something is pushing up aganist it from below. It is coming straight from the mantle. This has caused the surface to open up into a sinkhole. Magma mostly spills out of this to form new layers. It hasn't happened in the present ,but the geologists found out that the last time it happened was in 1984. 

           Now lets take a tour of the town.

hamptonjun1351280769620.pngA city view. A large industrial area is located in the middle of the town.

hamptonjun2351280769630.pngA mid-wealth area.

hamptonjun3351280769641.pngThis is the industrial area next to the mine.

hamptonjun4351280769650.pngThe main industrial area.

hamptonjun5351280769659.pngAnother mid-wealth area.

hamptonjun1035128076969.pngThis is the new highway system that has started. This is the first interchange built so far.

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