Ikoma wrote:It was fun to listen to the talk about how most cities in the world sprung up randomly over time since I live in one part of the world where that didn't happen. Many of the cities and town in and around Utah were settled under direction of Brigham Young. He would tap a dozen families, say we (the Church and it's members) need cotton, why don't you travel south and settle St. George. Similar story happened over and over again. And all these cities/towns settled by the Mormon were laid out in regular Cartesian grids (where they could - hills/rivers still had an impact, of course). It's part of the reason why Utah can feel so different than other places.
Ikoma wrote: I mean, if your players only interactions on the moon of Endor are a bike chase and battle located in a redwood forest, then who cares what the rest of the planet looks like?
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