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"Get up, you sluggard! Eating lemons ain't what Fontonajo's payin' you for!", shouted the geologist.

Prospecting on Isla de Victoria, near the settlement of Fuerte Unido, wasn't an easy task. The geologists were always
in company of a guard. The fear of running into some random Mardierian squad was too high.

They were looking for minerals. Iron, gold, silver. Anything, actually, that they could find. And if they didn't find anything,
they might at least use the stones for their forts. If they found any adequate stones. Geology wasn't easy those days. It
never was, actually.



Island #: 11 Claimed by Mardier
Nickname: Skaford Heights
Geographical Features: Mostly jungle on the inside, this larger island boasts an excellent natural bay on its south side at the Island's thinnest point. The north-east coast, however is very shallow, and rife with sandbars. The south-west coasts are rocky, but host naturally occurring groves of citrus fruit. In the center of the island towers a tall volcano that occasionally shakes the Island.
Rumors: The Natives of this Island fear the deeper waters to the south. While they are more than happy to sail their catamarans in the northern shallow water, they refuse to do so on the southern coast.

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The lemon tree looks great!  Neat rockwork behind it too. :thumbup:  These prospecting builds you've been doing recently are pretty cool!

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I was wondering when we would see the first citrus trees on Isla de Victoria. Very well done! I especially like that you worked them into a build that wasn't about them. :thumbup:

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