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PostSubject: RP Information   Fri Oct 26, 2012 8:29 am

Due to changes happening and transferring the current rp in adding pictures to the information is a work in progress.
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PostSubject: Main NPC's   Fri Oct 26, 2012 8:35 am

Tri-City Region:
1. Brimley Michigan - A small town in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Home to the Master of the City.

2. Bay Mills Reservation - Home to the Chippewa Indians and a small town.

3. Sault Ste Marie - Largest city in the region and Home to the Sioux Indian reservation.

Total Tri-Region Population - 15000

Master of the City:
Name: Paul Phillippe
Age: 750
Age Looks: 22
Hair Color: Dark Red (He tends to dye it since after 750 years red has gotten boring.)
Eyes: Sapphire Green
Place of Rebirth: Scottland
Sire: Earth Mover
Animal to Call: Were-Wolf
Human Servant: Jessica
Animal Servant: Victoria
Triumvirate: Yes.


Second in Command:
Name: Eliza
Age: 300
Age Looks: 26
Hair Color: Blue Black
Eyes: Sky Blue
Place of Rebirth: France
Sire: Belle Morte
Animal to Call: Were-Snake
Human Servant: Reese
Pomme De Sang: Jacob Morrington, Adele Crosstong - both venomous Weresnakes.
Triumverate: Was yes, is now currently no.


Third in Command:
Name: Running Bear
Age: 195
Age Looks: 20
Hair Color: Deep Forest Brown
Eyes: Golden Brown
Sire: Paul Phillippe
Place of Rebirth: America
Animal(s) to Call: Were-Bear, Were-wolf, Were-Eagle
Human Servant: Diana
Animal Servant: Mama Bear (will eventually think up a real name for her lol)
Triumverate: Yes
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PostSubject: Sault Ste Marie   Fri Oct 26, 2012 8:41 am

For historic reference see this page:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sault_Ste._Marie,_Michigan

Sault Locks

Most active shipping lanes in the USA with over 10k ships per year passing through to the different lakes.

Another picture of the locks.


International Bridge

The way to Canada is across this bridge. Passport required of course.

Town View

The town of Sault Ste Marie.

Kewadin Casino

The casino is a major tourist attraction. It brings in acts that would normally not show up in the area. It is also a gathering place for locals who like a little gambling, a tasty meal, or good entertainment.

Park Entrance Gate

Nice Historical Feature!

City Map Picture

What the name says.
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PostSubject: Brimley Michigan   Fri Oct 26, 2012 8:52 am

Brimley is an unincorporated community in the township. It is situated where the Waiska River flows into Whitefish Bay on Lake Superior. M-221 is a short spur route connecting Brimley with M-28 three miles to the south. The Bay Mills Indian Community owns land nearby, and Brimley is part of a tax-agreement area with the tribe. The ZIP code is 49715.

It was founded in 1887 as Superior and was renamed for a local postal official in 1896 to avoid confusion with a station in Minnesota on same railroad line that was also named Superior. According to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of 104.7 square miles (271.1 kmē), of which, 103.2 square miles (267.2 kmē) of it is land and 1.5 square miles (3.9 kmē) of it (1.42%) is water.

A tower overlook on Mission Hill.

A good place to see the sights in the area. Especially Lake Superior and where the river empties into the bay.

An old Granary.

A historical Landmark.

The Lighthouse.


Part of the Downtown Stores.

There are more but I couldn't find a current picture of the downtown shops save for this one.

Historic Downtown.


Sadly the buildings hadn't changed much from then to when I was living there. When you cant find current pictures...resort to history.

Bald Eagles are revered locally by the Chippewa and Sioux Indians in the area.


Lake Superior is right there just a block from Brimley proper. And eagles can be seen to fly there fairly often.

The main church in Brimley.

There are others of course but this one has been there pretty much the longest.

Train Museum.

Admission is free and it's an interesting place to check out for tourists. Next door to it is the old Fire House. Further on down the street are residences.

The Beach near Brimley.

White sand as far as the eye can see. But don't swim in Superior unless its the middle of summer because Shrinkage sucks....yes, you guessed it. Its a COLD lake!!

Advertising the Old Way!

This sign has been there for as long as I can remember. Its nice to see that its STILL there!

Brimley isn't overly large in size. Most of the shops and the post office are up on the hill. Down at the base there are a couple different shops and a studio. One of the shops is a Grocery Store. The other is a locally owned and run restaurant.
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PostSubject: Bay Mills   Fri Oct 26, 2012 9:05 am

The Bay Mills Indian Community (BMIC), known in Ojibwe as Gnoozhekaaning or Place of the Pike, is an Indian reservation forming the land base of one of the many Sault Ste. Marie bands of Chippewa Indians. (Not to be confused with the "Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians" located in Sault Ste. Marie, MI). The largest section of the reservation is located in Chippewa County, Michigan, approximately 15 miles (25 km) west-southwest of Sault Ste. Marie, in Bay Mills Township and Superior Township. A smaller section lies southeast of Sault Ste. Marie in western Sugar Island Township.

With the passage of the Indian Reorganization Act (IRA) of 1934, the Bay Mills Indian Community (BMIC) was one of the four original reservations established in Michigan. In 1937, land was purchased for Bay Mills and the BMIC was organized with the adoption of their Constitution and Charter on November 27, 1937 in accordance with the IRA. These lands, along with the original Bay Mills Mission and a small area on Sugar Island, comprise the majority of the current reservation land holdings in Chippewa County.

The area within the reservation boundaries is in U.S. trust status and is divided into two separate areas. As of the 2000 census the majority of the land base, 3.761 square miles (9.74 km2), lies northwest of Brimley, Michigan, in the eastern parts of Bay Mills Township and Superior Township, while the remainder, 1.032 square miles (2.674 kmē or 660.67 acres), lies on Sugar Island in the St. Marys River. Its total land area at that time was 4.793 square miles (12.41 km2) on which a population of 812 persons resided. The Tribe has also obtained additional land in the last few years, increasing the land base to approximately 3,494 acres (5.46 sq mi; 14.14 kmē), of which 3,109 acres (4.86 sq mi; 12.58 kmē) are in trust.

The BMIC consists of approximately 1,309 registered members. It is governed by the General Tribal Council, which consists of all voting-age members of the tribe. Daily decisions are made by the Executive Council, which consists of five elected officials (president, vice-president, treasurer, secretary, councilman).
Bay Mills Community College is an accredited tribal college operated by the community.
The tribe also operates the Bay Mills Resort & Casino.

Community Flag.

The flag representing the local Chippewa Tribe.

Advertising at its most Wonderful.

It hasn't changed since the day it went up and serves as a landmark to let people know that they're closing in on the town of Bay Mills.

Pow-wow!

Traditional celebration dating back to long before the Tribes were settled into Reservations. They were a way of communing with the spirits, calling rain, giving thanks, saying good bye to loved ones who'd passed on. Now days it holds the same values and is a celebration of the old ways even as the tribe moves forward into the future.

Burial Grounds.

While things are done differently now, the Ojibwe used to bury their dead in this fashion.

Charter School.

In order to fight against the dropout rate they opened this school in order to teach the Ojibwe way along with regular schooling to try and curb students from losing interest.

Coffe House on the Reservation.


This is a relatively new coffee house but the rugged charm makes it seem like it's been there for years and years.

The Bay Mills Community College.

The college is open only to members of the Tribes. Last I heard it did not allow whites to attend maybe that's changed but since it's on Tribal Land I find that highly unlikely.

The Surrounding Forest.

Beautiful. The forest is green in spring and summer. Changes to a colorful show in fall, and goes white for winter. Temperatures, due to Lake Superior, can vary greatly for both Brimley and Bay Mills from cold to super-freeze-your-tata's-off cold! (-50 with windchill factor is not an illusion!!! Its a FACT.)
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PostSubject: A few things to Note   Fri Oct 26, 2012 9:08 am

There is a martial arts studio in the area. I will leave the type open to loose interpretation (aka check with me for an ok on if the type is allowable).

Also:
The Lounge
Paul Phillippe - proprietor
Hours
Monday 2pm - 3am
Ladies Night - male dancers, half off all drinks...

Tuesday 2pm - 3am
La~dy's Night (Lesbian Crowd)

Wednesday 3pm - 11pm
Teen Crowd ages 13 - 20 - Soda, juices, coffee, teas served w/pizza or burgers

Thursday 2pm - 3am
Guy's Night (Straight men need not apply)

Friday Night 2pm - 2am
Open to Everyone - multiple bands/comedy night

Saturday Night 4pm - 3am
Open to everyone - multiple bands/comedy hour

Sunday Nights 2pm - 2am
Were-Animals and Vampires Only

-Special Events-
These happen randomly:
Private Party Bookings: On nights when private parties are booked the doors are closed to all but the guests of the individual who has reserved the club.
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