PalisadesCuachic, Cuauhcalli, Ocēlōtcalli and Otomitl are the headquarters of the Alignment's fiercest warriors and rise dominantly above the campas Cuepopan, Zoquiapan, Atzacualco and Moyotlan.
WallsSangsalgu Proper is a rather open city, with just the snake wall undulating around the Sacred Precinct and well-within the surrounding four campas and twice a man’s height.
MoatsCanals that doubly act as water roads to allow people to easily travel around the large city in boats and encumber the path of invaders.
Raised BridgesAs a means of speeding along trade and being defense ready, many removable wooden bridges litter the trail of major roads, particularly, of Nozwa, Coyot, and Tesh that circle around the entire city proper.
Industry & Trade
Chinampa FarmingThe most important crop grown on chinampas are maize, squash, and beans. These three crops are planted together since they keep the nutrients in the soil. It is the government's policy to store 15 months' worth of nutritional crops surplus every year in the event of a siege or to trade for other goods as they get closer to their expiration.
great temple of power. In front of it, and in the precinct center, is the round pyramid to the war god. There is also a ball court, a noble school and luxury apartments for administrative nobles arrayed around the remaining grounds.
House of the JaguarHeadquarters of the jaguar warriors is the former temple to the three-headed cat God. First among the four military societies devoted to protecting the Sang.
Tacuba CausewayA long but crookedy walkway connecting Atzacualco on one end to Tenula on the other.
Tepeyac CausewayReferred to as the Great Causeway, connecting Sacred Precinct with the ax shores of Ocumtit.
ChinampaMounds of floating land anchored in place by reeds, vines or narrow woody plants. They are productive for growing crops and expanding livable areas.
Guilds and Factions
EmbassiesBy invitation of the Great Speaker, cities send delegates to represent foreign leaderships and send state gifts.
Bad DietA delegation of 200 nobles from Bad Step cities with powers in commerce and legal say in the pursuit of war.
Toik ObserversA small team of the College's many experts in matters of which the government knows nothing.
Council of FourThe inner circle of elites and nobles who advise the Emperor. These men are typically the major generals of the Cuachicqueh, Cuāuhtli, Ocēlōmeh and Otōntin who base themselves in the Cuachic, Cuauhcalli, Ocēlōtcalli and Otomitl buildings.
Speaking CouncilThe various interest groups of loose intellectuals with unofficial political pull for particular governmental decisions and issues.
The majority of the buildings within Sangsalgu Proper are made of stone, even simple commoner homes which the inhabitants exude pride in, over the commoner homes outside of Proper made of Purple Salt.
Black Salt Islands
Sangsalgu expanded its infrastructure.
Cuepopan CampanCuepopan sits on the least amount of actual land. Most of its surface, be it for residence or agriculture, now rest over anchored chinampas.
Moyotlan CampanBecause Moyotlan District was the closest to Ocumtit, the Sang were very hesitant to build on the islets in the area or extend their chinampas. Therefore, even now, this district has left most of the Mixed Lake's waters exposed with slow chinampas worming their way along either side of the great causeway.
Zoquiapan CampanThe land that the Zoquiapan District now rests on was once the dumping grounds of many garbage. But as the city expanded, excess water was drained and further discarded materials piled on to provide a steadier base for building on.
Related Tradition (Primary)
Characters in Location
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