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The culture of Utopia has retained some aspects similiar to those of Earth, but after hundreds of years away from Earth, it has obviously developed some unique characteristics, one being that Utopians are very loving and friendly, in a way that was completely nonexistent on Earth at the time the Spacecraft departed. This is a result of Utopia's beginnings(See: Origins). All Settlers stayed in the same area for a long time, and a sense of family grew between the Settlers. This is the way it has always been. Utopians, if they don't necessarily join a large city, will always at least stay with a few other Utopians, who could be family, friends, or even strangers. Generousity is also profound, with Utopians giving away almost anything to even random passerby if they need it, because when they need something, they will get it back. It could almost be said that the Settlers' dream was realized - they created a home for Humankind to be safe, happy. A Utopia.

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