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Today’s post is playing some catch-up. I started playing this world quite a bit before I started this blog. Luckily, I had been taking a bunch of screenshots, so here will be the dumping ground for my Northern Wall and Bridge. In the future, it should be one screenshot at a time…Not a whole bunch at once.
I know it can be slightly overwhelming…There are quite a few pictures, but I put captions in and that makes everything better, amirite? This is a look at the northern part of this kingdom. I’ve put the rough sketch up for my wall and terraformed the surrounding land. Guys..mountains are a pain. Here are some thoughts for this place.
The nearby village and farmers set up stalls and have small shops located inside of the northern gate. Every morning they haul their wares along the main road to set up shop for the day, eager to sell their trinkets and food to the city folk.
In between the northern entrance and the bridge entrance lies the Grumpy Bear Inn, a local establishment known for its fine ale, upbeat music, and a really upset bear statue found within. Humans and dwarves alike used to frequent this establishment after a long day of work before they depart the city for their respective homes.
If you cross the bridge and travel to the west, you find yourself in a valley. By traveling deeper into the valley, one can find the entrance to the dwarven city of **SOMETHING DWARFY** silhouetted by waterfalls and sheer cliff faces. All used to be welcome, but now, the dwarves have shut themselves off from the rest of the world to tend to their wounds after the slaughter unleashed upon them.
Next post, we’ll check out the eastern edge of the kingdom as well as the location of the palace. It’ll be much shorter because I’m playing less catch-up. After that….it’ll be normal updates! Gasp! Ooh! Much wow!