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THE ISLAND OF DELMAR

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THE HISTORY

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After years of conflict between the EAST INDIA COMPANY and INDIAN REVOLUTIONARIES during the 19th century,

a few hundreds of freedom loving Indians robbed trade caravels from the Company and set sailed for a new land.

This small contingent of escaped revolutionaries was headed by RUSTAM POOREWALA, a PARSI trader from POONA.

After many days of sailing, they reached an archipelago which was dominated by ethnic tribes.

Rustam and his team had to face hostilities in the initial days from those tribes, but eventually they established peace with

the most powerful tribe of the island called DELMAR. Thus, within 150 years and after massive exploration,

came a transformation in the island. From a tribal settlement, it became a thriving metropolis and industrial hotbed.

 

The development was mainly spearheaded by RUSTAM POOREWALA II, the grandson of RUSTAM POOREWALA .

At present, DELMAR is headed by the young, inexperienced but enthusiastic prince SULTAN POOREWALA.

Contrary to his traditional ancestors, he is more concerned with throwing lavish parties and has many rich, powerful friends.

He has special interest in the showbiz as he has invested a lot of money in international movies.

In fact, he has used his contacts in Hollywood to showcase DELMAR in a couple of movies.

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(PICTURES FROM AGE OF EMPIRE 3)

THE FLEET OF RUSTAM CRUISING ON THE INDIAN OCEAN TOWARDS AN UNKNOWN

ISLANDS

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TOUCHDOWN AT LAND AND EARLY BUIDING OF DOCKS

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