18.15, first go
Neighbors that tagging is working for: +duncan mcphedran +Christian Sturke +Michael Prescott
did the art for me, because I liked the look of his and I'm not at all good at such things. Not all the labels are in place yet, but I really can't complain on account of not doing it myself.
Port Wain (13.4 / 14.4)
This is the primary port of the area. Most cattle being moved comes here, either to move live or be butchered. Likewise crops processed into more transportable forms.
What started as a central location for the milling and brewing of the wheat harvested on the surrounding farmland has become a large city, rivaling lost Greyhart City (9.12) in size and wealth. City estates of the wealthier landowners are clustered on the outside, with a few nearby country estates belonging to the city founders who have a stake in its running.
The Exchange (5.9)
A trading town where farming families deal with the ranchers.
A town transitioning from farms to metallurgy as a primary industry, taking advantage of the metals found in the nearby hills.
A tiny city that provides crops for a number of the nearby ranches and serves as a version of the Exchange for the north.
A city in the shadow of Greyhart Manor. Where most of the commerce of the Greyhart family happens, after the loss of Greyhart City.
A lost city.
A lost city
Lord Greyhart's family has held the land since coming with the original wave of arrivals. The family has suffered quite a bit as the dangers to the south of where their home was built led to the loss of several of the first cities. Still, the grazing and farming lands have made the family wealthy, though much of this is spent on maintaining a fighting force and hiring mercenaries to help keep the remaining southern communities safe.