The City of Stadupglod
The City of No Sun
Population in thousands Forge Council Races Humans - 2000 Elves - 750 Dwarves - 3000 Panoi - 250 Gnomes - 850 Mongrel Races Fairies - 10 Goblins - 4000 Orcs - 3000 Minotaur - 1200 Nyarl - 450 Halflings - 1000
The Forge Council - A group of fourteen individuals: 4 Iron Dwarves, 5 Quen Elves, 3 Old Ones (Humans), a Gnome and a Panoi, who control both the Quenmithal agents and the Forgeguard army and who pass laws and ordinances that are legally binding for every civilian of Stadupglod. The council members serve for life and are invited by the rest of the members to fill empty seats. Old Dwarven Government of the Dawn Empire- The ex-immortal dwarves that were put in charge by the leaders of the old empire before the release of death and who controls the loyal Stoneguard army. The head of the city is the governor, Tordis, son of Iron.
The Runeflower - A massive gnome built construction that is covered in a myriad of different light producing runes that resembles a large flower. It rotates on a track far above the city along the walls of the magma chamber every twelve hours, and every twelve hours it cycles between daylight and moonlight. The Great Forge - A massive, half-mile tall building in the center of the city that houses the Anvil, a dwarvish weapon of immense power. The Obelisk - The biggest and most popular fighting arena in the city. The Lowway- An immortal Dwarf construction project started to connect Stadupglod with the lost capital of Dwan, Goldthrone. Continued by the now mortal Old Dwarven Government in a desperate attempt to reach their leaders. It has been under construction for the last seventy-five years. The Cogni Agum - The gnomish university of Stadupglod, created to preserve the knowledge of the immortals.
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