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The capital city of Madison County. The city appears dingy at first but once one walks around for a bit they can see that great pains have been taken to make the city look nice. Including keeping buildings repaired and by planting flowers and trees throughout the city. There are parks and commons where people can gather and places where farmers can go and sell their crops. At the center of the city is the capitol building where all major county decisions are made.
|1||0||Apr 20 2012, 01:23 PM
In: Spring Meadows Orphanage
|OLD||Big Sky Mountains
Like with the Bloody Dick mountains, over time as other names were lost and new people came into the region, these mountain ranges in the south end of Madison had fallen under a collective name. These mountains, especially around the fort, are covered with snow most of the year.
As the name suggests, the Lowlands are the lowest and semi-flattest area of Region 3. Many hills and low rises mark the terrain. The Lowlands start at Spring Meadows lake then fans out, following the rivers until it reaches the Great Beaverhead River where the land grows mountainous once again. The soil is fertile and good for farming plants like wheat, potatoes and barley.
|3||0||Jul 2 2012, 06:20 PM
In: The Field
Madison wanted nothing called "Beaverhead" in their fair county so once the Great Beaverhead River crosses into their territory it because the Madison River. Like the Great Beaverhead River, the Madison River has many branches though, no one in Madison felt like differentiating them and stuck with one name. The Madison River is the fastest way to get around, not to mention essential to the many farmers that live in the lowlands.
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