Tira

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Tira

Postby Drew Hopkins on Mon Jun 23, 2008 10:33 am

We've already renovated Alvalopo and will continue to focus on the shops aspect there, but we want to beef up Tira a bit. Any suggestions to ways to improve it, give people a reason to go there frequently?

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Re: Tira

Postby Jacob_Reed on Mon Jun 23, 2008 9:05 pm

I would love to see an office building with rentable offices. That would be a reason for someone to travel to Tira.
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Re: Tira

Postby Paige Tandem on Sat Jun 28, 2008 4:56 pm

I could be off base, but Tira feels like a family activity town to me. There's the recreation center with the swimming pool, horseback riding, paintball, miniature golf, and who knows what else? I'd like to see the rebirth of grouping where people did things together for fun besides drink. Don't get me wrong, I have nothing against boozing it up, but sometimes I feel like being social and I get caught wondering where everyone is hiding. I think what I am asking for is an event, and it doesn't have to be guide controlled, where we plan something like "paintball night" in advance, and then whoever wants to play just shows up and plays. I think it would be a lot of fun.

Sorry Drew, this doesn't really help your planning except maybe more of the same? I just learned this week that we have tennis in Impero, so we don't need that in Tira, but maybe volleyball? Basketball? Maybe a horseback riding trail that is only accessible while on horseback?
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Re: Tira

Postby Troy Creston on Sat Jun 28, 2008 11:31 pm

Besides Casinos.. does Tira have a recreational way of making money.. much like sifting, digging, etc.? If not.. something like that could bring tourism.
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Re: Tira

Postby Paige Tandem on Sun Jun 29, 2008 2:27 pm

Hey, Troy brings up a good point, but I'm thinking not just about money but also skills. Maybe if we earned some skills by doing some of these activities, people will have more goals to work on? It doesn't have to be easy. It can be difficult, but as long as it is possible, people might work for it. Just an idea.
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