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District Zone 3 of Star Lake

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The roads in zone 3 are paved with bricks of black and blue. Trees line every path and street and the buildings are uniform in appearance. All having to look the same per a city decree set in stone ages ago with the founding of the academy. This zone is where Blackrose Academy rests. It offers a view of the lake from the highest portion of the island and has the added bonus of being on the eastern side of the island affording the best view of the sunset.

Academy District - Is where Blackrose Academy is housed. There is a large twenty foot wall that surrounds the entire complex including the large garden to the north of the island from the rest of the islands populace. A wide forty foot gate extends across the only road leading into the academy and is always manned by twenty guards from the Civic District. The academy is off limits to anyone who is not faculty, a current student, a graduate, or a guest. Each guest’s name is given to the gatehouse and written down in a large text with the dates and times that entrance permission is allowed. All other times are off limits.

Professional District - This is where the majority of the more lucrative businesses are housed. The hospital as well as the public library are housed in this districts. This district is a city run district with public available services.

Guildhall District - This district is where all the organizations of local guilds are located. Everything from the mason’s guild, jeweler’s guild, to the more intensive and specialize guild of messengers, mercenaries, registered warriors, and each of the elemental schools.

Park District - The park is a large space with many shade trees and a large open field for multiple games. Walkways and small pools are located through the park with stone benches set aside randomly to take in the view of the island, park, or the river. It is maintained civil services and kept well groomed throughout the year.



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Voted MoonHunter
January 12, 2006, 12:11
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Not as much detail as the other posts in this set. This one seems a bit more rushed. While I know the academy is the highlight of this district, a better feel for the business and guilds, and a bit more about the park (is it just a green area or is it "Central Park"? would be useful to those using the environment.
Mourngrymn
January 12, 2006, 12:32
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Will work on filling it out. Adding more information for districts and their businesses within.
Voted Cheka Man
January 18, 2006, 17:39
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I look forward to more of this.
Voted valadaar
April 11, 2014, 8:50
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