METAPHAZE

World
 of 
Magic

Glasgow, Dnalgne

City of Glasgow
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Population: 6,700 Neutral City
 Glasgow is one of the smallest cities on Dnalgne. It is also the most quaint. Great gardens and small cottages line the back streets of the city. Far to the north, it is the northern port to the country.

The city is constructed of grey granite stone mined in the Wika Highlands.


The Wharf District

An open wharf district allows a limited number of ships to enter and trade in the small port. Sufficient trading occurs to create a very comfortable living for the more successful merchants of the city.

Glasgow: Economy

Glasgow as a trading center is brisk and convenient for the merchants who frequent there. Most of the shipping in and out of the port is in small ships, the larger ships bypassing to land in Ipswich or Bristol.

Glasgow is a major manufacturer of fine medical tools. It is one of the cities only exports.

Its main export is medical tools.

Its main import is flax.

Glasgow: The Races

Glasgow is populated by a large population of halflings, and a split population of humans and elves.

Glasgow: Traveler's Inns

The Century Inn
The Regal Penquin
Centaurian Inn

Miscellaneous Businesses

Wizard's Guild - the Wizard's Guild of Glasgow is a fine organization of good wizards. The main emphasis of the guild is research. Members are given access to the great spell library in the guildhall located downtown Glasgow. A great yellow stone building, it is quite prominent among the grey stone buildings of the city.

Brewery
Slave Market
Jewelry

Government

Glasgow is governed by the queen (Mary Victoria) in Bristol. Her magistrate who administers the queens court in Grimsby on behalf of the queen is Humphrey Gilbert.

Major Temples in Glasgow

Maat
Min
Osiris
Ate
Sita
Aditi
Parashurama
Ravana
Gandharvas
Kami-musubi-no-kami
'Maize God'
Minerva
Picus
Liber
Acheloos


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