From Skyberry Tales
| Skyberry Town is the social hub of the valley since it was founded by beaver hunters in the 18th century. With a current population of only 32, the town has not grown in size from its beginnings as frontier trading post, newer buildings have been added mostly to the area of Skyberry Harbor across Barnacle Bay. After the fur trade, the valley was characterized mostly by farming and fishing, until valuable minerals were discovered in the Mountains. Krafthammer Mining Co. exploited the mines until their abrupt abandonment 50 years ago. Later on, Skyberry gained popularity as a vacation spot due to its beach and proximity to the Big City. After a while, rumors of trolls in the hills put a damper on tourism, and the town went through a further downturn until K-Energy opened the power plant.
Skyberry Town is once again a sleepy, rural village, quaint and beautiful, yet unsure of its place in the modern world.