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Crysta is a small farming town south of Truce.
The town of Crysta exists only because of the nearby Guardia Fields.
Nobody remembers exactly when it was incorporated into a proper town of Guardia from its previous state of simply being a place in the country where a bunch of people lived.
3-ish years from Present Day: Crysta was obliterated by the Sinistrals using the Mana Fortress, a threat halted by the efforts of Gforte and Jillian.
Present Day: Former citizens of Crysta as well as Guardia volunteers have rebuilt the town and a third party has established a guild hall for the Heroes for Hire (unlinked RP-area).
A magic pot in the Weavers' Hall can sprout magic seeds.
There is a windmill but it's not very interesting.
Several stores exist in Crysta, selling equipment for novice adventurers. A few of these shops have items catering to higher-level adventurers as well.
A carp pond on the west side of town has a nearby shop for Fishing gear. This is the easiest and cheapest place around to get a fishing pole and bait.
A pet shops specializes in low-level golems and Magikarps.
Even once beyond the singular town gate, one still has to travel through Guardia Fields to get anywhere.
No airships service the town, and there are no canals or shorelines to travel via water.
Most of Crysta's population consists of farmers, fishermen, and weavers.
Law, Politics, and Government
Crysta lies in Guardia territory and is run by its mayor, Ark.
A bored traveler, short of luck, once stared into the carp pond waiting for a bite. A goose honked loudly next to him, asking him questions that he would never understand:
- Have you learned to fish?
- Made a local shop delivery?
- Made another local shop delivery?
- Defeated the town hero?
The Great Explorer Luigi Says
"Mario carries scrolls-a recall on him, but Luigi buys RINGS-a Recall in Crysta for exploring. They last-a twice as long which means-a less clutter for Luigi to carry! Crysta is also a-good place to pick up fishing equipment, there are a-many places to fish in the cleft."