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Sabaody Archipelago

    2-29
    2-29, a section of the archipelago, is known for its lawlessness. Pirates, bounty hunters, and adventurers tread here, making it a place of chaos and excitement. Tales of treasure and danger alike emanate from this mangrove area.

    Auctioning District
    The Auctioning District is more than just a place of trade; it's a testament to Sabaody's dark history. While it may look like a vast park filled with amusement attractions, its center houses a bidding venue notorious for the slave trade. Here, living beings are auctioned, painting a grim picture amidst the joy of the park.

    Sabaody Park
    Sabaody Park, despite its attractions and roller coasters, has a dual identity. While families and tourists enjoy its rides and events, the park also has a sinister side as a center for slave kidnappings. The juxtaposition of joy and sorrow makes it a place of contrasts.

    Tourist Area
    The Tourist Area of the archipelago is a haven for travelers. Lined with shops, eateries, and souvenir stalls, it captures the essence of Sabaody's culture. Visitors flock here to take back memories, both tangible and intangible.

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