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N'bhat - Island Quadrant

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Jamonbread

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(x+x²)²/x - Thanks a lot for your support! Im glad you like it and look forward to future praise 3.gif ...or ya know critique, I don't mind!

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Welcome to N'bhat! Ive taken time off from Hushenna Bay hoping to fix tech issues. So heres another subburb of the city, an hours ferry ride away! N'bhat was settled in 1880 but was not officially an Imperial Certified settlement until public docks and post office were built for the islands inhabitants in 1953. Shortly after a road was constructed, a few country homes were built and the island finally got water and power. Recently in 1995, housing developments were built with an industrial park to the original habitants dismay. They had no say in the matter because the Board of Cartographers and Municipalities deemed the island to small for a structured government and the land was annexed to N. Tally, whose government is very pro-developmental. So here are the islands today. 

First, a pair of islands untouched by man... for now.

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An overveiw of the main island. Some farms still survive.

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Here is the town centre, not much character but it sure was cheap!

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The farms. Some over 100 years old!

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Old man Mcferrel has run a successful farm for years but has suffered from pollution recently. He got a government "Save our food" grant from the capitol itself to build an air purifier! MMMMMMM look at those hamburgers.. emm I mean cows9.gif

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Resort point. Built with the development and has done very poorly, the island just isn't that attractive.

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Lastly, we have Little Rock island. The subburb for the poor. It is seaside property but the rich deemed it too far away and lacking beach front to be worth living on so here is the result. Its only been settled for ten years and is struggling. The government refused to inject more money, deeming it not worthy at the moment. Hence, the dirt roads.

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Thanks for visiting the Empire. Future highlights include Two new shoreline cities and a new regional shot!

Please comment, I would love your input!

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Nice use of the NAM curves, SAM, and layout choices. This is really inspiring art mixing with reality here. Nice work on the small residencial subdivisions. The only thing that catches and sticks is your ferry. May I suggest a rework on it. Maybe expand it out into ocean a little or drenge the area to a lower elevation so it appears that ferries could realistically be used.

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