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ReymertReymert isn't lush nor dry, although there are many patches that are bare and have waterless, sandy soil, especially of a winter, so regular feeding of lucerne is needed to keep livestock healthy and plump. There are creeks running through this area, although during the summer they tend to dry up. Growing plants in this area is not easy due to the somewhat rocky soil, but not impossible. Reymert is not far from Robinson, although Falling Rocks stands in between it and the settlement. Although there are only a few ranches in Reymert, it is not totally unpopulated. There is said to be a gang hideout nearby, but no one is quite sure where, for whenever anyone sets foot off their property apart from when going to town, they mysteriously go missing, and no one knows where...
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Falling Rocks

Falling RocksFalling Rocks stands not too far from the plains. The place is named for the odd rock formations and structures. No one inhabits this land but the local tribe of Sioux when they spend the summer hunting bison. Travelling can be risky sometimes, as the tribe can become aggressive to trespassers upon their land. The soil is almost purely red sand and there is little vegetation except a few patches of dry grass and dead bushes scattered around the place.
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Saint Franklin

Saint FranklinSaint Franklin's Gap and the surrounding meadows, hills and lush pastures of Franklin is the grazing grounds of ranchers and the growing ground of farmers alike. The crystal clear rivers of Alejandro not only supply it's inhabitants with fresh water, but also are rich in gold, as are the mines deep in the caves and mountains of Saint Franklin's Range. The lush pines, spruce, cedars and birch cover Mount Franklin, Currie Peak, El Monte Mamá and the amazing snow-covered Unversöhnlichberg. Through the range is land unsettled, therefore has no name and likely won't have one for a very long time... Or until a daring pioneer decides to take a gamble.
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TombstoneTombstone is a deathly dry place, despite several oases dotting the area. Tombstone is primarily desert, although there is grassland on the northern frontier. Scarce few have settled in this area, water being a problem when farming. There was once a small settlement in this area, located near an old gold mine, but when the much sought for mineral ran low, the town's populace did so too. Tombstone is now a ghost town, as quiet as the eerie desert stands eternally within.
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