Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics. Volume One. by Jacek, editor. Fisiak

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Balakhaat Park 33. Istobaan Park 34. Customs Park 0 100 200 300 400 500 CLOUD CAPTAINS OF MARS GDW CITY DISTRICTS OF KARKARHAM CITY DISTRICTS OF KARKARHAM WHILE IT is NOT possible to describe every part of the city in detail, each of the major districts has its own special feel, and capturing that feel is important. This section is intended to provide the referee with the most important impressions of each of the parts of the city. The Bazaar: The bazaar is a bustling, colorful beehive of activity, the very symbol of Karkarham's importance as a trading center.

The players will perhaps be alarmed to see one or more European prisoners among the slaves awaiting auction. The High Docks: As the players walk or ride westward from the bazaar, the small shops and markets begin giving way to apartment buildings, taverns, and small residential buildings. This part of town is known as the High Docks, after the aerial landing ground and shipyards on the western end of the hill. The rough dividing line between the residential High Docks district and the commercial Bazaar district lies about halfway between the Great Bazaar and Gorklimsk Square.

One more thing that will stand out for the players will be the slave pens, large enclosures with ragged, demoralized prisoners chained up to posts inside. There are auction platforms in front of the pens where the slaves are displayed and sold to the highest bidder. (Average price for a slave here is £25, but special prisoners go for somewhat more. ) Slavery is not practiced in the British colony or in the Oenotrian Empire, but the cities further east still keep slaves, thus providing a natural demand for the prisoners taken by the Shistomik cloud captains in their raids.

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