Havto Caldegai's Handyfolk Warehouse
There are not many places in the Haan Archipelago as big and populated as the City of Endure, capital of Dhalmain. The Four Peaks war increased its density after an influx of internal immigration, and after the High Rust, Endure was able to maintain its population level with minimal loses, thanks to his location close to the sea level. With all the benefits of living in a big and advanced metropolis, also come the downsides: Who are all these neighbours? How do I reach the bathhouse? And more importantly, where can I find a damn ceiling fixer in this city?
I need all the people
"Havto is quite an unusual name, isn't it?"Hectar Cutu (Also know in recent times as "I swear on Fleshnathry, my grandpa's name was not Havto") feathery architect native to the town of Apharens, came to Endure almost a century ago, some say around 2925 E.Alz, and settled down on a big house of his own design. This last detail was, quite noticeably for his wife, a terrible idea. "Once you get to meet enough architects, you learn to never let them design their own houses" one of his children used to say. The house was big, and beautiful, and sported the famous white and blue colours that characterise Dhalmain's classic style. It was also convoluted, contained more stairs than any seemly person would put in one place, and was eternally unfinished. Hectar had to make a lot of contacts to get a decent supply of contractors for his job... and for his house. He formed a close business relationship with the handyman Liam Northand, to which he proposed, half-joking, a new model of business, perfect for the bustling lifestyle of the metropolis.
"You know what I hear at least once a week in my house? This thing is broken, we have to call the locksmith. We have to call the blacksmith. The carpenter. The Cobbler. We have to, have to, have to. I say we put them all in one place."