Like a rachis parts a feather in two, with the quill dipped in the inkwell that hides our disgrace.
GeographyPariltakb is divided in two bt the tar river. The city's slums reach the ocean waters, but few consider the coastal areas as part of the city. The city proper is further up the river, where the tar extraction is in full swing.
ArchitectureDome-like structures built with dark bricks mortared with a mixture of sand, ash, and tar. Small wooden details finish the domes, by, for example, providing window frames and covers, and posts.
DemographyPariltakb is a city of wayangs, shaes, and to a lesser extent, fetchlings. Wayangs have flourished since the river became tar and have been key in the city's success. Shaes, in particular, see the pursuit of tar as vacuous and have been slowly emigrating since the .
GovernmentFloating atop of Pariltakb is a large orb structure made of crystalline stone. On it live the divining nihilois, who oversee the citizens of Pariltakb and pronounce their decisions written on the crystalline surface of their home. Their motives are inscrutable to most, both takibis and outsiders.
Black river city