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Guild City: INDEX

GUILD CITY COMMUNITY PROJECT – MAIN INDEX (with current city statistics)

Position (screen shot from Guildworld):

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Current Plan by J.Edward. (Proposed main roads, city walls and castle site added by Azelor):

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Geology:…….Limestone karst, with underground rivers and sink hole lakes

Climate:……..TBC

Time Period:..Variable

Grid:………….5′

Districts:…….58

Participants:..31

Population:….Mixed humanoid, app. 25,000

Vision:

Initially: To create Guild City as a virtual representation of the Guild itself, where the city represents the Guild and all its members as the inhabitants and visitors, and where aspects of the Guild are reflected or represented by buildings and place names. The multitudinous pieces of software we use might be seen as the superstore centres or market places…

Currently: Latterly there has been a gradual but momentous shift towards placing the city more in the context of its actual situation in the Guildworld map, such that the population is a cosmopolitan mix of the denizens of that world, and attack may come at any time from the west…

The main level will be surface, preferably top down view, with later details to be added including building plan links, dungeon levels, and ISO view illustrations.

PLEASE DO NOT COMMENT ON THIS THREAD

For suggestions and amendments make a note on the Guild City thread and I will respond as soon as I can. Thank you 🙂

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