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  • line through the daunting marble pillars you reach the outside terraces and the training grounds There are several stairs hewn into the rough stone polished and smoothened by a thousand footsteps of a hundred generations Some lead up towards the upper floors of the academy neighbouring the governors quarters and some lead out and down the cliffs all the way to the sea and the rocky shores of Siren s

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  • of arrival the past the future But one of those paths had recently been strengthened by need and necessisty that was the way from Harbat to Hildmoor The Looking Glass is a giant round mirror floating and rotating between the clouds with the sea underneath Rays of sunlight are reflected on its surface blinding those that approach unwary Its rim is of steel decorated with fantastic gargoyles and protruding spikes

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  • s guild Harbat the mining guild Harbat the fire department Harbat the fire brigade Harbat the assassin s guild SECTION 06 Clerks and Offices All houses harbouring instances of official stature intent on organisation and structure of the fine community of Harbat in general Harbat the urban planning department Harbat the tax collector Harbat the office Harbat the harbourmaster Harbat the post office Harbat the pigeon coop Harbat the bellfry Harbat the billery Harbat the advocate s house Harbat the notary SECTION 07 Harbour Docks and Wharves All establishments housing gatherings and or individuals concerned with the proper organisation and structure of the harbour Harbat the airship dock Harbat the harbourmaster Harbat the airship workshop Harbat the pole Harbat the lumberyard Harbat the fishnet menders Harbat the workmen s crew Harbat the wharves Harbat the storehouse Harbat the basins Harbat the granary Harbat the central causeway and elevator SECTION 08 Law and Politics All places housing official instances concerned with matters of official instantiation all places housing official ledgers and registries See also Harbat the book of law Harbat the registry of residency Harbat the ledger of locality Harbat the registry of burgers Harbat the town hall Harbat the old bailey Harbat the governor SECTION 09 Fairs and Carnivals All establishments permanent or temporary that draw a diverse public of townspeople and or others intent on pass time and entertainment Harbat the circus Harbat the performance in the forest Harbat the theatre SECTION 10 Squares and Districts All places of commonwealth that are the sole property of Harbat but nonetheless loaned out for temporary use to its various inhabitants No loitering Harbat the town centre Harbat the town square Harbat the commons Harbat crickety Harbat barrow s end Harbat the upper town Harbat the market Harbat the market square Harbat the cluster Harbat the pillory Harbat the brigands hive Harbat the slave market Harbat the boutiques Harbat the quieter parts of the market Harbat the harbour Harbat the wharves Harbat the prestigious construct SECTION 11 Respected places All places on good repute generally housing establishments that are beneficial to the fine community of Harbat or proper and just to have around Harbat the orphanage Harbat rutherford s great statue Harbat the doctor s practice Harbat the school Harbat the academy Harbat the magistrate s vessel SECTION 12 Hallow places All places hallow of nature that are revered and held in high esteem by the fine community of Harbat I the scribe seems to falter for a moment here I can t seem to make out why I added some of these items here it just FEELS that way somehow Harbat the convent Harbat the convent library Harbat the church Harbat the waterfall Harbat the cathedral Harbat the parish Harbat the inquisitor s mansion SECTION 13 Dead places The scribe seems to have lost some of his stiffness altogether He seems to have reached the sites in Harbat that can t really be indexed Some places in Harbat are so dead

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  • a luncheon of bread and three quarters of pint of table beer except for those who cannot handle themselves on alcohol these men drink water Their dinners are one day meat yeast dumplings and potatoes and half a pint of beer the next soup with potatoes and dumplings alternately At two work is resumed and at four a luncheon is distributed similar to that in the forenoon At seven they

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  • very old medicine and ointments are limited and disease and illness in plentiful The burgers of Harbat are rather short and have dark skin hair and eyes due to the sun And rough hands They are feisty and easy to anger But although they quarrel a lot and to the unknowing eye quite fiercely most of it is in jest and without too much spite Quick to anger quick to

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  • of old They hate real live heroes they revere the dead ones They love tales of the days gone by especially the tale of Rullan but resent John the sailor for rescueing ten slaves from a burning ship They love icons of valour just as long as they don t live next door For them this is too much of a confrontation with the fact they are not heroes There

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  • and escapist dreams Men like the doctor the advocate the biller are respected and even feared because of their wealth their knowledge and power and their fancy clothing Their morals are strange If a man is drowning anyone would jump in the water to rescue him But if that same man is starving on the street no one will look at him twice They are respectful of family and fellow

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  • in Harbat or Mecca even If you don t know your name you have no one who can think of you and risk fading away The children hide these things because they are afraid of losing them In the years they spend at the orphanage they often get other names and they forget about the existence of their tags If you want a new identity this is the place you

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