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The sunlight stings your eyes as you lead a handful of the emperor's best men and women up the beach onto the island. Your footprints in the hot sands may be washed away at high tide but the mark you stamp on history will be forever.

This is your island now.

Your people march up the beach ready to do your bidding, setting to work building the rock solid foundations of the finest city the world has ever seen.

The untouched soil is rich with gems and precious metals ready to be mined. Growing numbers of workers flow into your city ready to build the tall and strong buildings which will be the keystones of your colony. Roman baths, amphitheaters and farms will give way to mighty wonders of the world like the Sphinx, the Great Lighthouse and the legendary Pyramids as your tiny village becomes a powerful empire.

The fate of your people is in your hands as you watch your city sprawl with ever more magnificent buildings. The way you set your people to work and even how you tax them to make sure your empire thrives on the fruits of its labor comes down entirely to you as your colony becomes a totally unique city which says as much about you as it does the work of its citizens to make it great.


Welcome to your new world. Welcome to your empire.

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