Fourtowns, A Simple Township

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The farmlands of Fourtowns is, as the name suggests, a loose community of four smaller townships that have come together under one common name. Wrought together through war and hardships, they found strength as a single unity.

There was a time that each of these four smaller communities each had notable strength and independence. However, a vicious struggle to control the rich farming land, located in the center of the four townships, caused the already strained peace to dissipate. Two of the neighboring towns declared war, and the other neighboring towns were dragged into the struggle. Many of the citizens of the four warring towns, soldier and civilian alike, perished in the battle.

Ironically, the leaders of the two townships that began the warfare died in their own battle. The survivors of the horrific incident, realizing the error of their greedy ways, came to realize that in unification they could survive. They quickly formed an alliance, and worked hard to forget the animosity whilst forging a newfound era of peace.

A stark contrast to Brookdell, the people of Fourtowns live a humble life by tilling and working the the abundant farmlands at the center of the community. The royalties made from exporting fresh fruit and vegetables to Brookdell is pooled, where its citizens are trusted to only take what they need.

The citizens of Fourtowns is a shining example of a people who are able to recover from immeasurable losses, as well as a people who are willing to forgive their enemies of past sins.

If you would like to hear a HQ version, you can find the entire Mock RPG soundtrack, "Aurora Divide", on my bandcamp page:

http://jackchandler.bandc amp.com/album/aurora-divi de

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3.42 / 5.00

Nov 9, 2009
7:16 PM EST
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5 MB
2 min 11 sec

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