The shore-city, resting on the coastline. The tendril of Ameretat, the River Tishtrya, flows through the city and over a sheer cliff, the waterfall plummetting into the ocean swell. Bridges and walkways span the town, with a port further down the coast away from the falls. Fishing provides the greatest activity for the residents, with warm skies and cool winds making is a pleasant place to live.
Think the mediterranean beaches and limestone coasts of south-west europe. Whitewashed villas and delicate bridges, small self-propelled watercraft cluttering the waterways, jovial and pleasant people.
To the south of the watercity lays the Lucan Marshland, a tangled swamp region infested with warring lizardfolk tribes, insects and vermin. The marshes are dotted with ancient blackstone ruins, legacies of a forgotten time.