Cult of the American Dream
New Branson was build atop the remains of a small town in southwest Missouri about five miles north of Table Rock Lake, formerly known as Cave Creek. The colony is approximately a half mile squared centered around the town square.
Working from the town square, which serves as a market, public forum, and the location of the city’s most important (and defensible) buildings including former First Cave Bank, now the capital of the nation of the dream, the city armory, and a number of important strongholds. Outwards from the town square each city block outwards is heavily fortified with K-Rails, Tank traps, and multiple lines of stacked cars, concrete and other debris. This continues to the final block (roughly 6 blocks in any direction from the square) where the primary wall stands. A proverbial no mans land of mines, traps, walls of cars pinned to the ground with piles, etc. There are standing buildings from the remainder of the town roughly a half mile away from the standing wall that are inhabited by individuals seeking protection in the territory of the dream but have not yet been permitted inside.