Now that I introduced the characters to you, it’s time to share more about my town. Right now, my town doesn’t match what I am trying to share, but it does match my dream town. The last time I updated my Dream Town was four months ago.
I will show some pictures of my town today. At the same time, I will explain more about the town.
Regions of StarFall
Although no visible borders are drawn in my town, I have divided my town into nine regions, but four of them are separated from the other five. The super-regions of StarFall are actually based on what side of the river. Most of the town is on what I call the “north side of the river”. It has most of the landmarks, orchards, animal houses, and the road to Main Street. I can place my favorite animals on this side of the river. The south side of the river is the smaller part of town, but is has the majority of the PWPs, but only a small majority. It’s more beautiful than the north side of the river, and all of my humans are placed south of the river.
The north side of the river has five regions:
- Town Hall Region
- Eastern Road
- Southern Road
The south side of the river has four regions:
- Western Road
- Space Castle Plaza
- Seasons-Café Region
The regions are based on what PWPs I place, what trees I grow, and a few cut-offs of land.
Here is the map of town:
The majority of the town is north of the river. The town has trees planted in a designated section of the town. The path flowers are red, white, and yellow tulips. All my PWPs on this side are under the modern motif with the flower clock, windmill, and the solar panels being the outliers of this side. All ten residents of StarFall live on this side.
Town Hall Region:
The heart of StarFall, and the largest region in town, is the Town Hall Region. Main Street, Town Hall, the Re-Tail, and the Train Station are all part of this huge region. The three common trees are the apples, oranges, and lemons. Aurora, Ava, and Lobo all live on this region.
Re-Tail, with the StarFall Solar Panels
Bench behind Re-Tail’s lake
Some houses in this region
Although this is technically part of the Town Hall Region, the Campsite is a separate region in its own, bounded within olive shrubs and pine trees. It’s named after the main attraction, the Campsite. There is a lake in this region as well.
Campsite (someone’s camping today)
In the northeastern corner of the town, the town tree stands there. You may be familiar with the purpose of this attraction. In StarFall, it is bounded by cherry trees and white tulips. The town fruit is the cherry, and the tulip is the town flower.
On the eastern strip of town, more specifically south of the plaza, there is a long road that extends all the way to the flower clock at the corner. Somewhere in the middle of this region, there is a path to a ramp to the beach, and the Seasons-Café Bridge, which connects to the Seasons-Café Region. Katt, Keaton, Blaire, Bubbles, and all of my pear trees on the North are in this region. It starts with the lamp in front of the plaza and ends at the flower clock in the corner.
Eastern Road Segment (with path to the bridge)
Flower Clock at the corner, which divides the Eastern Road and Southern Road
Although this is part of the North, the Southern Road is actually south of a river segment that flows there. It extends to the Waterfall Bridge and flower clock at the corner. Pierce, Walker, and Roald all live in this region. The StarFall Windmill and Police Station are also part of this region. Peach trees and yellow tulips dominate this region.
Animals that live in this region
While most of the town is north of the river, the South is where all of the humans live. From the very beginning, no animal has inhabited this region, and although I have seen a few animal plots when I was plot resetting, no animal has officially moved on this side of the river, ever. And now, it’s impossible for any animal to move there based on my placement of the PWPs there. Trees aren’t in uniform there, all flowers are hybrid tulips in a pattern, the modern motif doesn’t apply here, and most of the town’s PWPs are here. I even like the South side of the river more.
The northern bit of the South is what I call the Crossroads. It divides between the Western Road, the Town Hall Region, and the Seasons-Café Region. The most significant landmark of this side is the StarFall Tower, which is at the end of one of the paths of the Crossroads.
Crossroads Bridge, the only vertical bridge in StarFall
The center of the Crossroads
The solar panel for the South (which is between the StarFall Tower and center)
The StarFall Tower
Crossroads Clock (which is between the center and Seasons-Café Region)
The part of town south of the Crossroads is the Western Road, which connects to the Crossroads, Space Castle Plaza, the Southern Road, and the unique attraction of the region, the StarFall Lighthouse. Two of the illuminated projects are in this region too.
The north end of the Western Road (which includes one of the paths to Space Castle Plaza)
The south end of the Western Road (which includes three paths)
The StarFall Lighthouse (which includes lighthouse sign)
The Waterfall Bridge
Space Castle Plaza:
While the Town Hall Region is the main region of StarFall, the Space Castle Plaza is the same way for the South. This was the first region I worked on when placing PWPs. This region is named after the Space Castle, also known as Kaylee’s house or the mayor’s house. I had three projects to connect here as well.
The Space Castle (or Kaylee’s house)
A better view of the plaza
The last region to go over is the Seasons-Café Region. It is named after Jenny’s and Penny’s houses, as well as the South’s most famous attraction, the StarFall Café (or the Roost). It’s on the thin strip of land bounded between both horizontal segments of the river.
The Fall House (or Jenny’s house)
The Winter House (or Penny’s house)
The StarFall Café
The Seasons-Café Bridge
If you want to see more about it, here is my dream address:
Some point in time, I will go over more detail about the houses. Now that I shared what my town has, let’s go over what built up to this town. In the next 21 weeks, I will go over StarFall’s history, covering the records and stuff I journalized as I worked on this town.