Rule of the double gradientEdit
- From rich (up and north) to poor (down and south)
- From fashionable (West) to unfashionable (East)
- Sturdy and drab. Made of unadorned mouse-grey stone. Except for prison and palace at top, made of golden-yellow sandstone. The rich areas see the stone worked more elegantly, but always grey.
- Indoors are, in opposition, quite colourful and decorated.
- No sewer system: relying on the rain and the slope to flush trash into the bay.
- Most houses have a well
Royal avenue Edit
- Cutting the city in half from the palace to the harbour
- At the top, Palace Plaza. At the middle, Central Plaza.
- A few circular market plaza along the length
Central Plaza Edit
- Biggest of the city's plaza
- Halfway up or down Royal avenue
- Circular, like an apple on an arrow
- Always busy and stinky with a perpetual market. A shantytown of rickety stalls.
Palace plaza Edit
- Top of the Royal avenue, in front of the Royal Palace
- Semi circular
- No market there, it is not for commoners.
Palace itself Edit
- Architectural reference Somerset house in London, but in yellow sandstone.
- Plan of the building: Palais de l'Elysé, Paris.
- None in the capital for centuries: They took too much pace and the Old Court didn't like them.
- Bodies are prepped and packed at the General Mortuary, then sent away.
General Mortuary Edit
- Where the bodies are prepped and packed before being sent out of the city for funerals
- South West of the city (fairly respectable)
- Massive: Encompasses several blocks of two or three levels buildings. Grey and drab.
- Main gate painted mourning-grey on the grey Essirah stones. Open to big plaza with many colour-coded gates leading to different areas.
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