So what do you think: was Manifest a real community before Jinx got there? Our vote: no. There were so many little cliques and groups. We're talking the rich guys, the miners, the poorer people, and even the lone fortune-teller. It took a crisis—and a lot of con expertise from Jinx—to get this crowd working together. So why is community such an important thing in Moon Over Manifest? Well, think about it: this town has such a rich history, and in order to know it fully, the residents will need to come together to provide all the pieces. Lucky for us, those Tucker folks sure know how to make things happen.
If Devlin hadn't been so awful, Manifest would never have come together like they did.
If Manifest residents had all spoken the same language, they wouldn't have been so divided.