The skyscrapers that had surrounded them for the last half mile slowly seemed to shrink as they drove, getting smaller and older until they at last vanished all together. Suddenly, trees sprouted alongside the rode, until a thick canopy of branches and leaves blocked the city behind them from view. Ahead of them, the road continued to wind on and on, seemingly endless. The sky had turned pink above them, and the sun was setting.
"You said this place was in Bellport City," said Richard quietly, staring out the window at the surrounding forest.
"Technically, it is," Jason replied with a weary smile. He stretched out his muscular arms and yawned.
"We crossed a bridge though," said Richard.
"Bellport is split into two halves," the cab driver from up front. "The newer, more vibrant part of the city is on that island we just passed through. The older part of the city is on the mainland, connected by that bridge. All these trees you see here, all these hills...it's all still a part of Bellpor