A Tale of Two Kingdoms
Pineglen is a decent-sized city, and a good example of the Old Kingdom style of city construction. Being so close to The Wall, it is one of the newest cities in the Old Kingdom and was thus very efficiently planned out and organized. The streets and avenues all run at right angles to each other, there are paved roads and even some sidewalks lining these roads, and all of the buildings in the town have been layed in place with brick, with additions of wood being built on top of some when height was desired but building material was at a premium. Most stores also have a hanging sign above their door, with a pictogram representing the nature of their business on it.
Notable locations include the archaeologist Granam’s shop.