|Diamond Street, Doonatel|
|Location|| County Countington, Pedia (1891-1984, 2016-present)|
County Doonatel, Pedia (1984-2016)
|Theme tune||Sonic CD (US) - Collision Chaos Bad Future|
Doonatel is a town in County Countington, Pedia. It was autonomous and within the small region of County Doonatel from 1984 to 2016. It is one of the country's oldest towns, but also has a notorious reputation for its low quality of life.
Constructed around a peninsula, the town of Doonatel was led by the hated dictator Duke Gedney in its autonomous years, who hoped the town would become medieval-like. The town wasn't built by a peninsula by accident, as it has ancient, lost technologies, which is of great importance to the people of Doonatel and its success.
The town itself looks mediocre, with its murky wooden rooftops, lavastone walls and musky swamps. Doonatel has a somber atmosphere, and is seen as the opposite of the happy, also autonomous town Alcatel.
Despite its strengths and weaknesses, Doonatel was expected to be headed towards a horrendous future under the leadership of Duke Gedney, though the situation has started to dramatically improve since the town was merged back into County Countington. Once most of the buildings are rebuilt and the town becomes more industrialised, it may be assimilated into the nearby Suecophilic region Liten Sverige.
After a referendum in 1982, the town gained autonomy in 1984. It gained autonomy due to the number of people that were begging for devolution. Simon McClintick, Pedia's prime minister from 2010 to 2015, regrets giving Doonatel more powers.
In August 2016, Duke quit his role as dictator of County Doonatel after Jordan Sanderson threw him out of his castle window and into a swamp; this marked the end of Doonatel's autonomy. Duke is currently serving a life sentence in Dundundun Prison due to the suffering his excessively strict dictatorship caused to residents.
Doonatel has an improving economy, which is mainly supported by wood production, engineering and trade. The town's biggest strengths are sophisticated cooking and advanced armorsmithing. However, Doonatel lacks people skilled in wine brewing.
According to the 2011 census, the town has a population of 5,285 residents. A lot of these residents are old and working class.
Points of interest
The main attraction is the jail, which was built in 1987 and designed by barbarians. Part of it is used as a museum and part of it is still used for arresting people.
Other attractions include:
- Doonatel Town Hall
- Doonatel Parliament House
- Doonatel Castle (ruins)
- Nihongo Planet Takeaway (closed in June 2016 due to the owners moving business to Moetown)
- Doonatel Primary School
- Swampside Primary School
- Doonatel High School
|County Countington settlements|
|Towns||Chiptunia · Dalalund · Doonatel · Gamerton · Kinlochwick|
|Villages||Balsyth · Pewdstersund · Pooshanbe · Sjöstad · Tajikia|