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Nothing mentions the size of Silent Hill, only that Ashfield is a "middle-sized city."
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And Silent Hill is smaller in size then Ashfield.
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alone in the town wrote:I think he's using Iowa as a reference for size, not an implication that Silent Hill is located there.
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>And Silent Hill is smaller in size then Ashfield.
Where'd this come from?
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the Adversary wrote:>And Silent Hill is smaller in size then Ashfield.
Where'd this come from?
To me, that's a natural assumption to make, since Silent Hill is a little lakeside town, and Ashfield is an actual city with skyscapers and a subway system.
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Nothing but a bold assumption. But as Alone was saying, comparing what we've seen of Silent Hill, so far, with what we've seen of Ashfield, Silent Hill seems smaller.
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Silent Hill is small because of the constant hangups in its expansions. Every time they do something new, something bad has happened in history. So towns around it grow naturally over time, while poor Silent Hill gets the short end---devils and all.

Also, Adversary...How can you really use James' travel distance as a judge? He doesn't run to Brahms. Not to mention as much time as you spend running around in circles looking for stuff, I'm sure that adds up and changes the numbers...

Unless I totally missed your point?
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I believe Brahms is 26.5 miles from Silent Hill.
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