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Welcome to Travis City!



Travis City was founded 200 years before any of these new desert villages were.This was the original desert city,and has swelled to a sizeable City (for the desert its in that is.)


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Thats downtown Travis City,with a view of the Mesa of the Triplets


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Thats Pendleton Creek,a busy Neighborhood in Travis City,With a view of the Precadio Expressway


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Thats the Orbit Tower on top of Alejandro,the younger


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Thats Frenando the Middle


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and thats Roberto the Elder


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Thats part of the Las Rubia Industrial Complex,and the Las Rubia Country Club


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Thats El Desterrado


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And thats Morey Park,the center of the Western part of the Las Rubia Industrial Complex


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Thats the Central Part of the Las Rubia Industrial Complex


Travis City-22 Nov., 181309113414

This is the Eastern part of Downtown,and Smithington Plaza,a residential Neighborhood.


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This is Roberto Creek Estates.


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Northwestern Easterhills,Easter hills was founded right as people started to move into the Tanaing Desert.Even the small houses in this neighborhood go for atleast $1,000,000!the larger houses go for a maximum of $40,000,000!


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North Eastern Easter Hills


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Southeastern Easter Hills.


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and Southwestern Easter Hills.

Thats all for today,tune in in a week or so when i unveil Palm Village,a city just south of Travis City!


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No offense...but utilize the STEX...your city has a lot of repetitive Maxis buildings in it. That can make all the difference sometimes. :yes:

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[quote name='wallacet' timestamp='1309124745']
No offense...but utilize the STEX...your city has a lot of repetitive Maxis buildings in it. That can make all the difference sometimes. :yes:

Yeah,my cities tend to have this problem,luckily im planning on downloading alot of new buildings and organizing my Plugin folder,Meaning that my next city may just look a bit less generic.

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honestly the UDI, menu screen, maxis highway and grid plan bring pain to my eyes, not the lack of custom content.

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[url="http://www.simtropolis.com/forum/topic/41891-st-city-cj-school/"]ST and CJ School[/url]

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These links will help you a lot. From what I'm seeing here, its too gridy, repetitive, and maxis. Like wallacet said, use the STEX, LEX, anything really! You have potential, but just need to take your time.

Best of luck

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