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the island was going very well but the vikings in lowelia said they had seen another village over the riverbed so sven (sounded out like ven) sent out a scout to see if this was true the scout reported this


it was amazing that such and advanced village was on this small island. the village elders consulted in the hall of the gods (lol fancy name for the ship i think it is well thought up) they said if they opened trade with these people it would greatly benefit them, so they opened up trade trading wheat for wooden tools


everybody was rejoicing cause now they knew they werent on the island alone. the people started to have more children and that day they started opening trade was called tradeness day (lol that was bad)


there was a lot of development going on after the trading here is the bakery built before the trading 

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