Gold Mill Chronicles
The Village, or ‘low town’ of Gold Mill is situated between the curtain wall and the walls of the city proper. The village is predominantly populated by the working class of the city- farmers, bakers, mill workers, farm hands, and labourers. Most residents live in circular, multi-family dwellings and often share more expensive resources (livestock, farm equipment etc). All residents are allowed access to the most striking feature of the Valley- The Great Gardens. The Great Gardens are a massive, ring-shaped ‘green-space’ that bisects the Village. It is a park, a communal vegetable garden, chicken pen, and pasture all in one.