William's Island

When people think of Skiron, some don't realize that it also encompasses a sizable part of the water off the coast as well as a score of islands. William's Island is one such. It is large enough that there are hills as well as a lush jungle and a fresh water lake. A small community lives on the island or, more specifically, in elaborate tree houses connected by rope bridges. A combination of windmills, waterwheels, and solar panels help keep them almost entirely self-sustaining. However, they are not isolationists and anyone that can be bothered to travel there is welcomed. There are houses and huts that are, in fact, set aside for tourists and guests as long as they're willing to pay! And those that do are often treated to wonderful banquets.

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