Nilyasevher (3.5e Environment)
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 Nilyasevher, The City of Weeping Webs
A Dark Elf city-state of Mysteries of Andor is located in a lake-filled cavern West of the Kuo-toa city-state (name), and below Khelika. The lake is fed by a river that runs off from a spring under Mount Shido. The river comes in through a tunnel, spills out into the cavern and then comes out on the other side in a wider tunnel that is used as a two-lane trading route. The cavern itself is full of stalagmites, stalactites, and columns, and littered with little islands. The buildings are carved from these rock formations and built on the islands, and the ruling house is built into a structure of columns on a large central island and is made of adamantite. Faerie fire decorates the columns so that the whole cavern glimmers faintly. The columns are connected by a network of suspended streets, though the lake is also used as a canal system. Nilyasevhr has abundant resources, as the lake is fresh water and teeming with aquatic life. The dampness of the cavern is also perfect for cultivating fungus, and many farms exist on the walls and islands of the city. Imported land meet and semi-aquatic reptiles and other animals round out the diet of the Dark-Elves of Weeping Webs. the style of dress here is simple yet striking. Materials used most often are silk, reptile skin, fish skin, leather, steel, mithril and adamantite. Commoners dress somber, while nobles dress frighteningly. Most outfits are either skimpy or form-fitting, so as to show off the body while allowing the wearer to swim unrestricted.