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- Elf (Northern) District is located between the Great Temple of the Sun and the Palace of the Pharaoh. It is here that the most powerful nobles of the city live; it is also includes the central market, which attracts the largest percentage of visitors to the city. Some catfolk and cattlefolk also makes their homes here.
- Dogfolk (Western) District is located south of the Great Temple of the Sun, and includes the Lesser [or Funerary] Temple of the Sun. Funerary processions for the royal family begin at this temple, then pass through each other district before continuing on to the royal tombs. Some grippli, humans, and lizardfolk also make their home here.
- Tengu (Eastern or Upper) District is located east of the Great Temple of the Sun, and rests on a hill above the Peraten. Some dwarves, nagaji, and vanaras also make their homes here.
The Valley of the Princes
The valley consists of three, connected corridors; each with distinct features:
- The Entrance Corridor, running from the Pyramid of Sekh-pa-Mefer to the the Central Junction, the tombs in this area are the youngest--dating to approximately the same time period (give of take 75 years) as the Pyramid.
- The Northern Corridor extends north from the Central Junction; this region is the most densely populated of the Valley.
- The Eastern Corridor, extending east from the Central Junction, is the least populated region of the Valley; an avenue running town the center of this corridor is lined with sphinx statues, alternating through the various known varieties of that creature.
Important PeopleIbankhknum (or simply Iban; male ramfolk fighter) is a captain in the ranks of Phararoh's guard. He had asked the party to investigate a possible lead related to the murder of two Wati guards.
Nebta-Khufre is a necromancer, and a member of the Embalmer's Guild (and possible associate of Nephethus). A letter from Nebta-Khufre to Oshep confirmed that he was looking for a particular object in Wati--the Mask of the Sphinx God.