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Fortifying Dul-Qaur
Fortifying the Port city of Dul-Qaur
About this creation
A monumental task of converting the wooden palisade of Dul-Quar into a mighty stone wall, has begun.


The city is in a key position for the empire, as it's situated on a key point of where many different areas conflict.
To the north is the Ocean, vital for trading, but also home to pirates and barbaric lands.


Towards the south is the capital of the empire and so an important road to keep open.
Then to the east is the industrialised cites that output most of the empires armour and manufactured goods.


However in the opposite direction is the rural farmland and country side, that produces much of the food that supports the empire, City and the surplus then gets traded across the Big Blue.


In The city itself is a patchwork of districts;


In the south is the market district,Full of brightly coloured stalls and shops.
In the north is the port and dock works.
Then the keep is in the east, just below the temple district in the north east


Opposite the Keep are the large streets of peoples homes,


and below them in the west are the towers, that house nobles,wizards and merchants alike.


Using this patchwork of districts was how they decided where to start the task of replacing the old wooden palisade.
They started in the east, where the most important districts were first protected, the industry centres, keep and temples.


Then the last area they replaced the palisade was in the rural west where the countryside and farmers were.
Out side of these might walls are small hamlets, tanners, whose work produces evil smells, and cranes finishing the ramparts to the wall.
Around each crane, is a small camp of tents where the workers for that section live, the camps are far enough away so the cranes can't drop anything on the camps, but not so far the workers have to tire themselves out getting to the work sites.





Comments

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  November 17, 2012
good work love it . it remineds me of the game might and magic heros VI the haven group
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  August 12, 2012
very nice work overall, the description is good, and there are many good details such as the gates, and the the use of a knights helmet as a tower roof is very good!
  August 11, 2012
I like how you did the gate though.
 I like it 
  August 11, 2012
Cool.
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  August 10, 2012
Epic.
  August 10, 2012
Its kinda confusing what all the buildings are they kinda seem jumbled together maybe take one or two out and space them out.
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  August 10, 2012
Sweet!
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  August 10, 2012
cool
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  August 10, 2012
Cute.
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  August 10, 2012
Nice mini
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  August 7, 2012
Neat!
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  August 7, 2012
awesome PU!
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  August 7, 2012
I like studs as details and the farmland, but aside from the almost sci-fi lookign helmet tower, there is not that many interesting ideas on the castle itself.
 
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