Multiple religious compounds have cropped up within the city since the “capture” of the demon – mostly dedicated to other traditional faiths of the Blue Jungle peoples, and a few subcults of El-Estat herself. The holy city also has just about everything you would expect of a major city of the jungle peoples – trading markets, outfitting stores, and many places to draw coin and trade goods from visiting tribesfolk while offering them relaxations and pleasures unavailable in their small towns and nomadic tribes.
It is also a strong trading hub in thellas bark, a bark similar to cinnamon in flavour and harvest, but that imparts mild euphoric and analgesic effects, and of emeralds mined deep within the blue jungles themselves.
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