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Myers shipping center

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As the cities on Abel's side of the region continued to explode in population, Cain was struggling to keep up with the pace. It's not that he couldn't keep up competitively, its that the demand placed on him and his ports was far greater than he had the room/workforce for. In light of this, he was forced to expand his port at the city of Myers. Lush forests were paved to make way for concrete parking lots. Beaches were destroyed and in their place, mountains of metal containers were erected.

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But Cain soon was able to "eat" the fruits of his labor. Ships were in port everywhere in Myers, unpacking and loading up for the next voyage.

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Myers became the crown jewel of Cain's industrial empire. It seems that for the moment he had bested Abel...

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