Valentine - The Heartlands, New Hanover
A lively city at the centre of the Heartlands. Valentine's cattle auctions attract merchants, ranchers, cowboys, gamblers, outlaws and prostitutes from far away who all want to fill their pockets, have a good time, or cause disorder.
Annesburg - Roanoke Ridge, New Hanover
Life is not easy for miners and their families in Annesburg, which has been a mining town producing coal for almost a century for all cities upstream and downstream of the Lannahechee River, with horrible working conditions and miserable wages, while many have lost their lives in the mine.
Saint-Denis - Bayou NWA, Lemoyne
A key gateway to North America, with trade routes that cross the entire country. The city of Saint-Denis is very lively, it is also a mixture of cultures as well as people of all backgrounds and origins. Businessmen, society, sailors, workers, beggars and thieves all live side by side.
Mount Hagen - Grizzlies, Ambarino
One of the most famous peaks of the snow-covered Ambarino mountains, called the Grizzlies. Mount Hagen dominates Lake Isabella to the west and Beartooth Beck to the east, which provides the main passage through the mountain range to the west, and connects to the Dakota River further south.
Strawberry - Big Valley, West Elizabeth
Strawberry was just a small lumberjack village until the arrival of its new mayor, an eccentric from the East Coast. He is obsessed with making it a luxury cultural tourist destination, to the amazement of local residents.
Lagras - Bayou NWA, Lemoyne
A small hamlet lost at the bottom of the Bayou NWA marshes. The inhabitants of Lagras live almost in autarchy. They make a little money here and there, thanks to fishing, as well as acting as guides for travellers who wish to cross the region safely.
Rédigé par Robin "Raiden" Bouquet. Cet article a été traduit du français par l'équipe Millenium.com.