. Sure but you never answered what made this relevant for Progress in itself. Progress is all about infrastructure and development, while Itsukushima itself is sparsely settled. It is rural and mountainous, with no cities. It's only small towns with simple houses and privately owned shops. What makes it special is that whoever lives there works to preserve forests and protect nature. Where does the 15% reduction in worker build time come into play? Wouldn't a buff to forests or something make more sense? I only ask because you are taking flavor into consideration based on your previous posts here (such as the reason for food/faith on Nazca).