more than 20
different attractions worth visiting. Unfortunately, my hands are
starting to get tired, so I'll only include a couple.
Come see this architectural
wonder before that crack on the bottom
"Timbre Tower" - A resident of
Fulce, Jeuy Ediot, wanted to create the tallest structure known in the
Eighth. He took more than 200 trees, chopped them down, and
them into rectangular pieces of wood. He then connected them end
to end, stuck it in the ground, and, with the help of the rest of the
town, lifted it up to it's new resting spot: in the middle of the
town park. This large pole is a symbol of teamwork in Fulce, and
definitly worth visiting before the wood rots.
It's beleived to
be here, but how can you tell for sure?
"Camoflage Hall" - When Fulce
was formed, the mayor at the time decided a building should be built
for the community to discuss how they wanted Fulce to be like.
Unfortunately, complaints rolled in like mad, and the mayor was
frustrated and annoyed. He then proceeded to build a secret team
to completly camoflage the building. Right now, only the mayor
and the people who work there know where it is, but some people have
claimed that they know where it is. Our artist painted what is
believed to be the town hall in the picture above.
Some of the lesser known attractions include the Rooftop Elder, the man
who has lived on top of his roof because "all creature who dwell on
land are fools". Or, if you are in a laughing mood, you can see
the very first attempt at building a house with stone.
There are too many to name!