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This thread will accustom to the Wild West Roleplay Lore, hosting the general necessities of the Wild-West lore. It will give you an insight into the basics and essentials of our geographical entity, about our state, key locations, and general whereabouts. We'd like to give you the peck of insight into things, whilst leaving the rest up to your imagination and creativity.

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THE BEGINNING

During the early 19th century, San Andreas became an independent state from the United States when a colony of settlers from Texas discovered the land and claimed independence. The beginning years for the state were rough due to lack of trading from both the United States and Mexico, immigrants from both countries beginning to move to the uncharted territory, and conflict with the natives of the land.



FREMONT
It wasn’t until the settlers founded the town of Fremont in 1824, thanks to its flat and adaptable setting, the settlers were quickly able to construct the town from the ground up and thus establish the capital itself. Allowing for the San Andreas Federal Government (SAFG) to form. Hence, the town became the prime hub for trading, farming and plantation, businesses and entertainment and other. The town also saw a rapid influx of immigrants. It was not long after that a new town was established north-west of Fremont to accustom to the new settlers, setting up a balance between the two towns.

LONGCREEK
This new town was called Longcreek, given the name due to the long and relatively dense structured layout of houses and buildings. Founded in the late 1840s. The town was barebones at the start, however, slowly and eventually started establishing itself properly. It saw the greater good of business incorporation such as a gunsmith, barbers shop, saloon, a bank and much other. The town was generally a close-knit community of locals loyal to Longcreek. This grasped the attention of travelers and new immigrants as everything was easy to get around to and the town folk were known for helping one another.

It was soon after discovered that there were cave systems deep in the mounts of Howard near Longcreek. Rumors were spread that cave area consisted of traces of gold. It was quickly established as a mining hub for the locals.




MOUNT HAGEN
Mt Hagen is the formation of multiple hills and mountain in the San Andreas Territory, United States. It was discovered the same year the cave systems were inhabited by the settlers, circa 1842. It is primarily covered by snow and ice, it is stated that previously the Mountains were home to a group of villagers that roam across the snowy lands hunting their own food. Thus a village on the east ice tip of the mountains can be spotted. Mt Hagen also resides many of the region's notorious myths and sightings as well as wild animals.

Amongst the deepest grounds, it has a wide and largely frozen inhabited lake whilst on every tip of the mountains, a cave can be seen. It hosts an adventurous story related to a realm that ruled the land many centuries ago, hidden deep in one of the caves.



RAIL SYSTEM


A rail system was introduced somewhere in the early 1850s, acting as the sole transportation method of connecting the towns. In some instances, it also helped with exporting minerals out of the cave system. It became known as a common and industrial method of transportation. Stretching from the edge of the mountains, north-west of Longcreek, all the way to the south-east coast near Fremont.




THE WILD WEST
As years went on, San Andreas became a region where criminal activity prospered due to lack of law within the region. As a result of this, the SAFG utilized Butcher's Cove, fort south-east of the region - introducing a penal colony that would accustom to contain disobeying criminals. The fort was previously used as a means to stray away native groups from the towns and thanks to its tall and thick walls it was an official location to dump the ruthless and make them do work such as slave labor.

The town locals were quickly able to voice their democracy on electing a Sheriff for their town. Sheriffs functioned within their particular counties (Longcreek & Fremont County) where the two towns were and would help one another by sharing resources and attune to the safety of their people in the towns.



 
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