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Large Walled City is the tentative name of a city located in the New World.
Background[edit | edit source]
Belonging to a nation that borders near the Inveria and the Aina Miscegenation League, the city is situated near the Kaidinias Mountain Range. Ruled by a Marquis, it’s noted to enjoy peaceful relations with the local Giant community who assisted in the construction of the city walls.
Chronology[edit | edit source]
The Vampire Princess of the Lost Country Arc[edit | edit source]
- Main article: The Vampire Princess of the Lost Country Arc
After five years of traveling the New World since departing Inveria, Suzuki under the pretense of wishing to explore the mountains in the region guided Keno to this city. Upon arriving at the gates, the guards recognized Suzuki as an undead they became hostile. The Overlord managed to fool them into thinking he was a species called an Oldbone. The guards unsure of his identity as an undead and not wishing to possibly antagonize a represent from a foreign nation called a priest to confirm the pair’s race. Having been unaffected by the priests' divine spells they were allowed into the city and directed to the Canopy Inn. Once booking a room at the inn, Suzuki order Keno to remain there. Unbeknownst to her Suzuki disguised himself to secretly meet with the Mercenary Pathfinders to receive their report on a city he had ordered them to investigate.
Layout[edit | edit source]
It was quite a large walled city, though “large” did not just refer to its scale, but in a literal sense. The physical buildings and city walls were very large. Of particular note was the massive rocks to either side of the gates. They were roughly 150 meters tall or so. The rocks that were placed on either side of it had become part of the city wall.
The city walls had not been built because they had been located next to those rocks. Rather, the Giants who lived nearby had delivered them from their homes as a sign of friendship. After that, thanks to the friendly relations with those giants, every part of the city -- like say, the buildings, the urban layout, and so on -- were sized so that the giants would not have to undergo discomfort.
Features[edit | edit source]
Canopy Inn: A high-end inn of the city and also a restaurant. It was built to massive specifications. Not only the floor space but the overall size of the entire building; each door was at least four meters tall. However, it still would not be able to accommodate large races like Giants. However, it was mostly designed that way for the benefit of its owner, a two and a half meter tall Sharp Horn.
Known Characters[edit | edit source]
- Unnamed Marquis
- Unnamed Innkeeper
- Unnamed Bard
- Bets Ku Proun
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This is the first confirmed giant settlement in the New World.