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The Folded City - Location
Written By: Ellen Million (Writer)
A ruined ancient city in the north.
 
 

The folded city is a large ancient ruin - a circular city that was lifted, in part, to almost vertical during the tectonic portion of the Upheaval.

Little remains of the city now besides a strange semi-circular scar on an uplifted area of land and some rubble at the base of the face of the mountain. The base structures of a few buildings still cling to the near-vertical face, particularly at the perimeter.

The closest northern village is Itakith, several days travel to the west, and everything portable and remotely useful has long since been scavenged from the site. Spring flooding down the face of the mountain has eroded yet more of the remaining city, though a few relics may be found downstream of the site by lucky searchers.

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