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Quartz Isle


As the Gibson family continued to prosper off of their new dock, Alex received word that a storm had flooded a group of his employee's houses. Shocked by the news, he invited them to live on Quartz Isle. The employees brought their families to the island, and their community began to develop. Commercial services also sprang up as a result of the new population.



Gibson thought of a great new way to make money. Since many people would love to live on a tropical island with beaches and a volcano, Alex decides to sell some land for housing. He continues to prsoper though selling land, catching bluefin, and growing grapes. Since he has never been up to see the top of the volcano, he orders for a road to be paved to the top.


Yes, it was a major challenge to built up the mountain with a sensative slope mod!

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