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The Wee Islands - Island Quadrant

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Thanks a lot!

Daan300 - Thanks very much for you comment and for returning!


--- UPDATE---

This is the last Island Quadrant update! Yes thats right, one quadrant completely done! You can expect a little more land in the updates to come as well as some big cities and large infrastructure projects.

The Wee Islands was established in 1887 by a rich merchant who wanted a nice secluded place to spend his money and get into the fishery industry. The town was completely supported by the merchant until 1901, when it was officially made a municipality. At the same time, the Imperial government was re-surveying the bay and nearby waterways and established a small Cartography office downtown which employs the rest of the population. It has remained an important office in studying the marine environment and in testing new marine mapping technology. In 1902, an official daily ferry service was introduced to the town. In 1956, a quadrantcial park was created on two islands just to the north. Although other then a small sign, the islands have been left untouched. Many private boaters camp on the islands beach and meadow.



The Central office is home to the Cartography offices. Water for the town is imported by boat and kept in the water tower.



Homes on the island may be beautiful, but only go for about 20,000 simolineons because it is so isolated.


Fishermans wharf hasnt changed since the merchants day.


Here is Wee Island Quadrantcial Park. As you can see, the beach is a popular stop for boaters.


The meadow is home to many rare bushes and flowers such as the callahornian orchid, which flourishes here.


Thanks for visiting the Empire and HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

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