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A small village, the seed for a whole region.

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J. Doe


A short circuit in one of the shops of Beautiville caused a fire burning down the whole commercial area. ruins.jpg

Unfortunately, there was no fire station at that time and there still isn't - no one in the village knew how to build one. Hence, a new school has been built to make Beautiivillians smarter:school.jpg

The first smart Beautivillian leaving school was James Onli. However, instead of building a fire station, he prefered going west and building a harbor to make money ,help his village and, well, make more money.



With the money, Beautiville could develope pretty well. Shops were rebuilt,


the farmland expanded,



Also, a settlement called New Beautiville was erected southern to the Harbor:



J. Doe

Six Years After

Beautiville is a small village located next to Greenback lake:


A small industrial area creates both jobs and many of the goods Beautivillians desire - trade is difficult if you are alone in the region. It's erection was disputed due to concerns because of the pollution. But a power plant had to be built, the area was polluted anyway so it didn't matter.industries.jpg

But most of the workforce are employed in agriculture:


Water is scarce especially on the higher terraces. A system of pumps and canals has been created to irrigate them:


Used Stuff:

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