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City Layout
The city is divided into four main sections, each having numerous districts and neighborhoods:

Black Peak is comprised of the wealthiest people and businesses within the city limits. All six noble houses live within a walled-off area known as ‘Council Town’ with the wealthier shops and neighborhoods sprawl out and down the mountainside.

Greyrain is a vast urban sprawl that contains a majority of the city’s population, shops and interest. When the city could no longer build out they started to build up, causing the rise of apartment complexes, towering structures and constant repairs. Most travelers never visit any other part of the city due to the ever-changing nature of the area.

Whitesands is made up of warehouses, slums, docks and poor shops. The sand is very iron-rich and the common name stands as more of a contrast to reality than an actual description. Most who live here never do it by choice as the districts are mainly controlled by competing gangs and families.

The Floating City is a newer addition to the city that has become one of the fastest-growing areas in the city. Built entirely upon stilts and sturdy supports, the City supports a wealthy shopping district, several high-class manors and apartments.


Transportation
Rickshaw: 1 silver Scepter for every quarter mile; minimum distance of half a mile. Can carry 3 unequipped people, 2 equipped people, or 1 heavily equipped person per trip.


Penny: (1/100 of a Crown) A small chip of metal the size and dimensions of a US penny, the ‘face’ is stamped with the standard of the city while the back is stamped with a variety of merchant houses, some now disbanded or destroyed. Used for the most common items and cheap transactions.

Scepter: (1/10 of a Crown) The size and dimensions of a US nickel, the ‘face’ is stamped with the standard of the city while the back is stamped with a variety of merchant houses, some now disbanded or destroyed. This is the standard coin paid to workers and day laborers for their work.

Crown: (1 Crown) The size and dimensions of a US quarter, the ‘face’ is stamped with the standard of the city while the back is stamped with a variety of merchant houses, some now disbanded or destroyed. The standard coin used in the city and used as the baseline for most goods.

Dragon: (10 Crowns) The size and dimensions of a US dollar coin, the ‘face’ is stamped with the standard of the city while the back is stamped, seemingly exclusively, with the standard of the Mor’tai merchant house, the family holding a monopoly over the banks. This coin is used far less often than the Crown, but retains many uses among luxury merchants and adventurers alike.

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