Located on the banks of the Rauvin River, the walled city of Everlund (pop. 23,000) is an active mercantile community. A thick stone wall is pierced in five places by the city’s gates. Like the spokes of a wheel, straight streets lead from each gate to Bell Market at the city center. City architecture was designed to accommodate the needs of trade caravans, hostelries feature stables and wagon parking and streets are well cobbled and in good repair.