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Saber, a small island that was bought by a man named Dan, as then he turned it into a huge city with more than 100.000 sims!

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Sabers birth.


As Dan grew more tired of Americas declining economy and cheap jobs he set out to the ocean in a boat that would keep him alive for about 3 months.


3 months later...

Dan had atlast reached this new island that was temporaly owned by Zachaz Stallians. A man with alot of heart sold Dan the island for $900,000 after that Dan only had about $500,000 left. So he started advertiseing and he had a few settlers come and live and work so he said "This is GREAT!" then he called his brother *ring ring* 

John: Hello?

Dan: Hey man guess what!

John: What?


John: Wait what? what do you mean.. where?

Dan: Im not sure just some island i got man the economy is great down here im prez and taxes are REALLY low!

John: huh.. im not sure

Dan: oh come on man! its great we already got a few people down here liveing about let me see uhhh...

John: ...

Dan: oh lets see... 700,000 and many many buissnesses you can come and be my right hand man dude and hey.. call CJ see if he will come too!

John: alright.. i guess ill start packing and call CJ...

*phone hangs up*


To Be Continued

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