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Stuyvesant: Valkyrie and Scorpius

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Welcome, to Stuyvesant, a superrich city where luxury is everything. There are two main areas of the city: The business-oriented Valkyrie Waterfront, and the island of Scorpius. People commute across the city via a massive underground subway system and a high-end ferry network.


Here is Valkyrie Waterfront. As you can see, skyscrapers are everywhere and congestion is off the charts. Stuyvesant is opening a bus network to try and fix this, but who would want to ride inside a metal box with 30 other people when you can hop into your six-figures sports car?


This is the antiquated headquarters of Phicorp Energy Solutions, Inc. (bonus geek points if you can identify the reference! :D ) Its latest innovation is an engine that runs entirely on red wine!


This tower is home to Via Caffeinated Items, Ltd. Their latest production is (another) lemon-lime energy drink. Yay!..ish.


The business center of Valkyrie is always alive with new ideas and newer buildings.


These condominiums, dubbed "Firefly Towers" by the locals, are a striking addition to the Stuyvesant skyline.


And.. This is Scorpius Island! Scorpius is, believe it or not, a center for nightlife and partying in Stuyvesant. It is the richest neighborhood in all of Antara, and visiting it is believed to make one prosperous, no matter what.


Scorpius is especially stunning at night, when the town comes alive.


This is Phicorp Stadium, a hub for sports fans across Antara. Free root beer every Sunday! Well, not really free. Your taxes are paying for it, and every sip you take raises the rate. Enjoy!


The Retenna Green is where the really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, rich people go to have fun. Average score: -10.


I love this image: It shows the country club, the high-end condos, the marina, and the private school all at once.


This man-made island is called The Rotunda. It gets over 500,000 visitors a year! People come from all over the world to experience its beauty.


The watery thing in the pool is known as Mnemnosyne. It is believed to reflect your past at you.


And that's all for today!

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Looks nice, although needs nightlights, A song: ) You have some unaccesable lots you should turn the grid off It shouldn't be a skyscraper jungle AND it needs some photo shopping!

If you're not good at editing photos shoot me a PM and I can do it for you.

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