Nothing in Fable III suggests Bloodstone is any different now, as far as I can recall. Its only been 50 years.
"It's only been 50 years."
You say that like that isn't a very long time lol.
A lot has changed in Albion since Fable II, and I don't think it even took 50 years for the industrial revolution to start up. If my memory servers me right, it was Logan that made most of the changes to the Albion we knew, and that was in a span of a few years.
But you're right. There isn't much that the game
suggested changed. Of course, you need to consider that Reaver ran the place in Fable II, and left it at the end of the game. That leaves a lot of space for changes, especially in the span of 50 years...
Well, I was thinking my character bought most of the property (since I was gonna dump a lot of points into Landowner) which put a lot of money into the town to start up real businesses. It still has the heritage of crime, but now that there is the significant tourist income (according to the wiki) I imagine that the level of crime would drop a lot.
I know he wouldn't rule them, just have a high level of influence and control due to his holdings there and mild badassery.
Wouldn't it make more sense for him to have the majority of his points invested into business? I'm not trying to tell you how to make your character or anything, but if he is the head honcho of Westcliff, I would imagine he would control most if not all of the prostitution business there. Prostitution is a pretty big business after all...