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Peace and Recovery

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After 12 years of bloody war, both the West – Carte – and the East – Ula – had ran out of resources and people. They had to sign a peace treaty but business was unfinished, so tensions remained.

However, with the war over, time and effort could be put into reconstruction and technologies of war like ships and guns could be put to use for trade and policing.

 

Some major new projects in Branny include two aqueducts:

Project 10 - Vidupe aqueduct

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Project 11 - Sama-Branny Aqueduct

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But also the extension of existing ports to accommodate the new bigger ocean-fairing ships...

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Tearu before year 15S extension project

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Tearu after the project

 

Constructing the Sama-Branny aqueduct...

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This was also the start of King Norada Utama, also known as Utama the first, long and prosperous kingdom, marked by ocean exploration, diplomacy with other cultures, and as you can see, architectural projects and expansion. Trading also became a big part of daily life, a real business, with the birth of the first associations, making use of ships as the main means of transport.

In the end, war didn't just bring death and destruction, but also advancement and prosperity. The paradoxes of life... 

 

But, as I said earlier, Ula was not satisfied with the peace treaty. There would be a second war in the foreseeable future. In the next episode... 



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Nice use of the ancient roman water viaduct management system set ! Mix with 20th century housing, reminds us whe´r not playing Caesar III or any other ancient rts, well done !

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It's always exciting to see a historical natural growth CJ.  I already see lots of improvement since your first entry.  Keep up the great work.

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