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The White Swan Theater

A grand night out with events that will please all and a calender that changes monthly to ensure the shows stay fresh and interesting. There is one grand stage that can fit 5,000 people, with four grand booths complete with their own bar, and a smaller stage that can fit 500 into the audience. For those with a love of the classics there are orchestra performances, opera and ballet; as well as musicals and comedic acts, plus special events for children as well. Every Christmas the theater will host a Pantomime performance of a classic faery-tale for all the family to enjoy.
24Wed Apr 15, 2015 9:57 am
Bof I is for Important
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Ro Middle School

Blending into the City Centre itself, Ro is a school of shiny-smooth gray brick and glass, protected by an elegant dark fence. The school can be a little dark sometimes due to the skyscrapers around it blocking out the light, which is why most students prefer to eat their lunch on the roof which gets far more sunlight than the ground. The teaching at this school is not quite as academic, but for those students who aren't ready to give up yet there are plenty of opportunities to revise independently for your High School exam. A lot of the students here do not go on to High school though.

Zone B

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Green space
34Wed Jun 03, 2015 3:47 am
rpindar Playing Truant - Kir

Zone C

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Sunny White Appartments

Bright and spacious middle-class flats in a nice neighborhood. Most of the flats have several bedrooms, a living space and kitchen, as well as an extra room that can be converted into whatever it needs to be.
23Wed Apr 15, 2015 10:15 am
Bof F is for Focussed
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Yuki Ice Rink

An arena of ice makes a perfect family outing, a school trip, a birthday party or even a place to take that special someone. They rent out ice-skates for a deposit, or you are welcome to bring your own. As well as the ice rink there is also a small café and a gym.
11Mon Apr 27, 2015 4:04 am
Bof W is for Wonderful
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Gure Highschool

While the students here didn't get into Shiiro High, let's not forget that they are still in school and will most likely go on to do well. Failing a test at the age of fourteen or fifteen does not mean that you're an idiot. Gure Highschool is smaller than Shiiro High, but it is still an impressive building of gray polished stone, with the different subject areas split into different buildings on the site. There is a field with a track, as well as a basketball court on the grounds.

Zone D

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Saint Henry Donahue's Cathedral

For the devout there is no finer place to pray than within the grand walls of Saint Henry Donahue's Cathedral. The exterior is a grand and beautiful sight to behold with sky-climbing towers and artwork from the periods of Shiiro's Renaissance, while the interior is home to some of the most beautiful paintings and solid gold ornaments donated kindly to the church by the faithful Aristocrats who will always selflessly endeavor to save the souls of every citizen of Shiiro.
25Fri Apr 24, 2015 2:03 am
rpindar Q is for Quassation

Zone E

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The Kreativity Klub for Kids

Secretly a gang cover and base for the - less than infamous - Shiiro Supremacists, the Kreativity Kub for Kids (also known as the Triple K) is a large, fairly modern building filled with all sorts of super creative environment, like the Painting Room, the Music Room and the Baking Kitchen. Children from all over the city are dropped off here for day activities/events, or just general daycare. It's great, super Kreative fun for all!! (outsidersmaynotbewelcomedandnoinjuriessustainedonthepremisesaretheresponsibilitiesofthecarershere)
34Fri Apr 24, 2015 1:26 am
Bof T is for Timing
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Shiiro City Library

The largest library in Shiiro, full of books for all ages and needs. The library runs some special groups too, such as book clubs and writing clubs. There are also some public computers that all people with a library card can use.
37Mon Apr 27, 2015 2:50 am
Bof S is for Sprightly

Zone G

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Charlie's Boomerang

A large indoor play area in a large warehouse near the swimming pool. There's everything from plush obstetrical courses and ball pits, to climbing apparatus and slides, the perfect place to tire your kids out. Charlie's Boomerang offers birthday party deals as well, for a fee they will provide the invitations, three whole hours of playtime, a party room and some pizza for the children.
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The Daybreaker Bowling Alley

Hanging out can be great fun here, just pay for your lane and rent out some bowling shoes, and you're good to go. There are fast-food places, arcades and birthday parties for all ages. The bar opens at 20:00.
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St Henry's Hospital

For the sick and needy there is St Henry's Hospital with three units for your care; The Drop in Centre, The Wards and the Private Wards for those who can afford it. But wherever you stay and whatever you come to them for, St Henry's Hospital is one of the finest in Medicine and will endeavour to nurse you back to health.
12Fri Apr 24, 2015 1:31 am
Bof Y is for Youta

City Outskirts

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The Reinbō Park

A giant amusement park with the largest roller-coaster on the island, as well as many other thrilling rides. The park is split into four areas, each area with an array of cafés and hotels that are themed for it's zone. The Red Zone is full of the smaller rides more suitable for young children between the ages of 3 - 7, with pirates gold, teacups, ferris wheels and the like, as well as a centre where you can drop your young children off between 9:00 - 21:00. The Orange Zone is the next level up, for kids between 7 - 12, there is a small roller-coaster here, and a couple of other thrilling rides. The Green Zone, for those between 12 - 14, with more roller-coasters and even a couple of scary rides, don't worry parents, they're only asking them to use their imaginations. The Blue Zone, for those over the age of 14, this is where they house the biggest roller-coaster on the island, as well as the most hair-raising of rides and experiences, you must be at least 5'2 to get on all of these rides.
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Shiirohani University

Shiirohani University is a tall and old University with a great history of successful graduates. It is not easy to get into, but students that do manage to earn a place and work hard will be rewarded in the future with excellent connections with businesses and other partners. The University is divided into four colleges; St. Henry's College, Ignatius Heights College, Nathaniel's College and Orion Church College.
13Fri Apr 24, 2015 2:05 am
rpindar W is for Watching

Kuro City

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The Black Tower

Reaching into the sky like a beacon, and made entirely of a black metallic substance, this is a major attraction for anybody who chooses to holiday in Kuro instead of Shiiro or the Coast. People can pay astronomically high fees to climb each floor of the tower, but will be rewarded with a café at the top if they can afford to get up there.
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The Hell Raisers Club

One of the most popular clubs in Kuro City, anybody who's anybody has been here, although usually they are given their own private booths in the VIP lounge, but you may see them while queuing to get in. The music is loud, the drinks are expensive, but it truly is an experience that any young person over the age of 18 really shouldn't pass up on.

The Coast

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Boarding School

Like, yo homedaugs. Here be the school. Bitchin'.
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Ao Beach

Stretching out across the Coastline is rich sand and a clear blue sea. It may not be the best beach for surfing on, but it is safe for children and a perfect place for parents or grandparents to relax. There are rock-pools towards the cliff that divides the Donahue beach from the rest of the coastline, parents might want to keep an eye on their little ones here as there might be crabs.
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Sheru Way

As you leave the beach and head back into the main town, you will find a white pearly strip of shops and restaurants. Most of the places here are aimed at tourists who have headed to the beach to take a break from their busy lives in Shiiro or Kuro, selling beach clothes, swimming costumes, water toys, and other family friendly things. The restaurants vary from places you can get chips and ice-cream, to the grander buildings where seafood and other local delicacies are served. There is only one hotel on this street, 'The Royal Chorus', a five-star establishment that only the rich can afford, but don't worry those of less pocket, there are other hotels, villas and hostels scattered around.
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Natural Pines

Hidden behind the rocky turn in the cliffs that divided the glorious beaches of The Coast is a large white sand beach below a Campsite of green grass, sometimes with tents pitched on it. This is the Nudist Beach, open to all who wish to join in with the natural way of life, with no clothes to restrict you whether you are simply here on a holiday or to find a new way of life. There are a few cafés and shops that understand the way of The Nudist as well, including a shop of healing and safety charms that the doctors try to hide from you. So come, stay a while, all are welcome.
27Mon Apr 27, 2015 4:09 am
rpindar Turtles are Terrifying


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Sir Henry Elementary


12Mon May 07, 2018 1:09 am
rpindar welcome to hell

The Countryside

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Golden Rice Farm

Unlike the meat farms there are no dangerous wild animals here, simply fields and fields of crops. The people in the Hamlet that surround the farm all help out on the farm each day, providing for their own as well as selling their product on to Kuro and Shiiro. Life is basic here, unlike the glits and glamor of the cities, but the people are happy and content.
11Mon Apr 27, 2015 9:55 pm
Bof Y is for Yesteryear
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Himinama Village

There are jobs to be done in the country as well as in the City, providing wood, crops and meat to Kuro and Shiiro. The people out here have set up lives for themselves in the quiet village of Himinama, they very seldom leave and are very seldom visited, they don't think too much of the soft-handed, 'hedonists' of the cities.
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Camara Lake

The largest lake on the island, Camara lake stands between Kuro and Shiiro and has some excellent Campsites where activities are organized in the Spring and Summer for children of Middle School and High School age. It is one of the few and rare occasions that children from Shiiro and Kuro have a chance to meet and interact with one another. It is encouraged that once children reach the age of twelve that they only share tents with the same gender.
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Hilly Heights House

A large house in the middle of the Island's countryside, not too far from Camara Lake. Surrounding the manor are rows of little apartments for schools to stay in while they visit Hilly Heights. The rooms in the manor are reserved for children with medical conditions or young Elementary school children that need a close eye kept on them. There are many age-appropriate activities here such as rock climbing, scavenger hunts, team building events and hiking, as well as a weekly bus that will take children to Camara Lake where they can enjoy water games and sports too.
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