“A dwarf architect’s worst nightmare.”
— Greywall as described by locals
The most notable feature of Greywall is the squat castle sitting atop the sea-borne cliffs. Obviously older than everything else, it stands in remarkably good condition and houses the city leaders. With their wealth and influence, the leaders have had the castle’s exterior restored while the interior is better-suited to their own personal tastes.
The city itself is a collection of old wooden structures, built by merchants generations ago and improved upon by the more recent inhabitants. Without any real central leadership or guidance, the city sprawls along the coastline and snakes inland like wine flowing from a toppled goblet. Buildings have countless additions made to them, adding rooms and corridors wherever one was needed at the time.