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Welcome to the Town of Dragons Eye The Town of Dragons Eye has existed in Craethiel for a long time, since around 1200BC which is roughly 2400 years before the start of this roleplay. It has not changed much during that time, other than new buildings to replace the old and crumbling ones but its purpose and spirit remain the same. It is an idyllic trading town located in the Terarr Mountains, nestled within a deep valley, close to the river Ageon as it emerged from its mountainous origins and down by the Dynz desert. It has grown from a small trading outpost, to the town it is this day. Most of the buildings are made solidly from stone and are actually made up of a mix of architecture from several species including human, Keza’maraki, Zeta’muluri, Coda’zotoxi and Mako’demerian. As the main purpose of this town is trading, there are a large number of warehouses that traders and merchants are able to rent out to store their goods while waiting for them to be sold. There are also a number of shops in Dragons Eye, and they even have their own blacksmith, and butcher due to how large the town is and how prosperous it is. This town is uniquely build and designed to accommodate traders, with large storage barns, stables and a market square which allows for traders to set up their wares to sell them. There is only a small amount of permanent residents, who are people such as tavern owners, shop owners and the mayor of the town. Otherwise the population of the town is quite fluctuating, due to the number of traders that come and go. The town has been here long enough that they have carved out an easily navigable path from the Ildgara forest, on the opposite side of the river from Delwore. It is large enough for traders to bring through wagons lead by teams of horses. Characters are free to come and go from this town, but troublemakers will face consequences of their actions. History. The Town of Dragon’s Eye began as a small trading post around 1200BC. This occured when the reigning Queen of Vorserend, Jyravana the Sixth, decided to put aside the Eldyrannth’s policy of isolation after being convinced by her new King, Temaelrin the First, who used persuasive arguments to point out the folly of complete and utter isolation. This allowed other species within Craethiel to travel to their City to trade with them, an opportunity that most were drooling over and it wasn’t long before they were flocking towards the city not only to trade things to the Eldyrannth, but to trade things from them. But, they were quite conscious and aware that they did not want to crowd the Eldyrannth too much and nor be too much underfoot. So a number of Zeta’s, Mako’s, Coda’s and Keza’s set up a small outpost which acted as a halfway point between the rest of Craethiel and Vorserend, especially since it sits in the middle of the only path through the mountains which can get you to the ancient city. The Town is only a few hours walk away from Vorserend, and thus allows traders to come to the Town and rent a room to spend the nights, while spending a few hours in Vorserend to sell their wares. As such, the Town has rather extensive accommodations that are rentable for short periods of time, and only a small number of permanent housing. The town not only acts as a means to trade with the Eldyrannth, but the Zeta’s as well as they are rather isolated on their nearby volcanic island so they use the town as a means to trade. Due to this, the outpost rather quickly evolved into a town with a bustling, fluctuating population. The Eldyrannth were not actually aware of the existence of this town until the young Crown Prince, Talrin, and his friend Leametrin came across it on their way to a cave that was close by as they had wanted to explore it. As they were walking along the path, they encountered the town and informed the King and Queen to its existence. King Temaelrin came along, and inspected the town to determine its purpose and its threat level to the City of Vorserend. But he found that the town was quite peaceful, and they were only interested in trade so the Eldyrannth had no problem with the town being there, and allowed for it to continue despite its close proximity to their beautiful mountain city. Since then, the town has continued to flourish due to the large amount of trade that it becomes involved in, and is the central hub for trade when it comes to the Zeta’muluri and Eldyrannth. However, since the start of the roleplay the Town has had a major setback in the fact that Vorserend was completely destroyed. They had heard the fighting from their town, but were powerless to do anything and were even too afraid to go and have a look, until the current Crown Princess (And technically new Queen at this point), Talivana came along afterwards with the news that Vorserend had fallen. The town still remains, as the Zeta’muluri still use it for their own trade, but it is not as prosperous as it once was.