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Oriental Adventures Starter Village SakurashimaSakurashimaOriental Adventures Starter Village Sakurashima by Wyvern-Master
Starter Town for Oriental Adventures (3.5 edition)
Population: 70,000 humans / 6,000 dwarves / 9,000 halflings / 2,000 Elves / 6,000 spirit folk (Bamboo and River) / 6,500 hengeyokai (crab, carp, crane, bear, dog, cat, fox) / 500 Korobokurus
Local Lord: Susumu Kaigansen
Imports: Metal, wood, stone
Exports: Bamboo, rice, fish
Alignment: Lawful Neutral
The largest of a small chain of islands on the Eastern Seas of Kara Tur. The once small fishing village of the same name in the island's western shore grew over the years into a thriving merchant town. The Empire claimed the land under the watch of Lord Senshi Kaigansen, who made the local marshland into rice paddies to keep a steady supply of wealth for himself and his family before his role was passed to his eldest son, Susumu. The island's size is about 80 miles in diameter while being surrounded by many smaller islands that are roughly 10 miles each. The majority of the islands are
EDIT: Last word balloon changed to account that Johnny's reading a book
Thrice Damned Hiatuses. Always making me rush things just to get these flipping strips out. Never mind out on a schedule, just to get them out. Oh well.
Once again, I'd like to thank and apologies to Pory for the proofreading. I did what I could get his suggested edits down on the paper, and he does appreciate that I've been improving. However, I'll always feel that I haven't done enough and the need to get the fricking strip out on the web site eventually gets front and center in my head.
Now we can go back to bickering over where the storyline is headed, and any of you readers are invited to offer your own suggestions and tidbits. If you're good enough, I'll make you into my VIP circle who I'll always listen to.
Now then, to make the needed corrections to a commission and make Strip 91.. and finally get some much needed drama into the comic.
Oh, and I did my research on Trademark Law www.registeringatrademark.com/… which is what Carolyn is talking about.