Trails of smoke drift upon the wind, carrying with them the scents of warm food, and wood-fire. Though heavily fortified against the surrounding wilds, with sharpened stakes and a palisade, the town of Grimsby—once inside—is quite homely.
Its frontier inhabitants learned long ago that one of the best ways to combat homesickness, was to bring a sense of their original homes with them. Though simple, most of the houses have rugs, and comfortable beds—some are even equipped with writing desks.
A sentry tower with murder-holes stands guard, overlooking the gate, and the mountain pass beyond. It is very valuable defence, should any unexpected “guests” try to visit.