Isarn

As much a work of art as a city, in the golden age of Galt, the greatest architects competed for the right to design buildings in the city, and each structure has its own unique style. The streets are paved with engraved cobblestones and colorful mosaics. Murals, statues, and parks are spread throughout the city. At least, they used to be. The 40 years of revolution have devastated this city of wonders. Statues are shattered and parks ruined by the homeless mobs who have come to the city in search of food. The colorful mosaics are blotted out by dried blood, and the stench of blood and filth is strong in the air. The final blade known as Madame Margaery stands outside an imposing slab of black stone known as the Monolith — a solid keep that serves as both a prison and the seat of the Revolutionary Council.

Sources: Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting

Isarn

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