CO2: Thanks! Hope you will love also the next updates!
zanzibar42: Also thanks, hope that the next will be also wonderful!
Escilnavia: Thanks. Also, if the global warming will continue and sea level will rise, who knows... Maybe you will have ocean straightly near your house.
friendly31: Thanks very much! These buildings can be found on theSc4 Devotion(Another fansite) LEX exchange and were made by The Mickebear.
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Year 319. The things changed, and first ships returned from the Terra Nova back to Alexandria.
The Romans made this time another advancements at Terra Nova. They left the Teotihuacan and begun missions to the east.
After few days of march, the climate started to be dry and warm, and rainforest transformed to the rocky and sandy semi - desertated
area. But, the maya still built many stone magnificent cities there.
Further to the east, areas were becoming less and less populated, only small amount of native villages were found there, with alone temples
and shrines deep in the semidesert.
But, the areas were beginning to be much more warmer further to the east, so they had to march only at night to avoid overheating
and following death.
But, the semi-deserts fortunately ended after few weeks, and they came to the another, unknown area. Huge mountains
were separating them from the ocean, and typical rainforest climate was beginning again.
But, the Optimia was in serious danger. One nice day, the thin crust separating massive amount of magma, ash, and sulphuric gasses from
the outer world, cracked. The massive cloud of ash and dust was rising from the crater of Sykios Optimos. The sign, that the cataclysm
The Sykios Optimos, what once fertiled fields of The Optimia Magna, and helped the founding and advancement of the city, was now ready
for revenge, what will be memored for centuries.
To be Continued...