Thursday, October 6, 2011


Vittore Carpaccio
Pitkin is a city-state, an leverages its relationships with both the Confederacy of Traders and the Merchant's republic. Most of the Imperial structures were dismantled in their entirety, and the stones and materials used to build the city anew. Hence, the architecture of Pitkin bears little resemblance to her progenitor.

Remains of the original imperial sewers and waterways still like deep below the city. Pitkin claims a population of 70,000.

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