The capital of Greendale is Woodsend, a great walled city on the eastern border of the land. It stands atop an escarpment, the steep side of which faces east - and all roads skirt around to enter from the west.
Within the walls, however, the city is no citadel - it gives the impression of a community of villages with lots of open spaces and greenery. To the west of the city are rich farmlands and a network of small towns supporting the agricultural communities.
Impressions of Woodsend
From the east - an imposing citadel with a steep slope protecting the approach.
From the west - stern walls and great gates in the western wall.
Inside the gates - Immediately inside are built up areas and markets, storehouses, taverns etc.
Further inside - Open spaces and parks, small city-villages and people getting on well.
Forces - The town guard wear green cloaks and leather with the green crescent banner upon it. The town soldiers all carry shortbows and straight swords.
To the South - a well made road leads to a small town called Woodgate
that was once an independent settlement. Now it is the main port of Woodsend built on a natural harbour.
Feel - This is a good place.