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Celebrant is organized in a similar fashion to that of a human city, though not as densely populated, with a market and docks. There are towers in the center of the city used to tell the time by a set of fires that burn in vertical holes. The buildings are each constructed of a variety of materials, like differently colored bricks or different types of stone.{{book ref|sa3|102}}
 
Celebrant is organized in a similar fashion to that of a human city, though not as densely populated, with a market and docks. There are towers in the center of the city used to tell the time by a set of fires that burn in vertical holes. The buildings are each constructed of a variety of materials, like differently colored bricks or different types of stone.{{book ref|sa3|102}}
   
===Docks===
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The docks are longer than the city itself, to accommodate for its status as a trading hub. Ships are made to berth along stone piers, where braces beneath the sea of spheres support the vessels after their [[mandras]] have been taken away. Rows of long warehouses mark the shore along the docks, obscuring a view of the city.{{book ref|sa3|101}} The dock registrar, housed in a blue-painted building, keeps records of ships and their travels and manages inspections. At the adjacent moneychanger, [[Stormlight]] can be traded for notes of exchange.{{book ref|sa3|101}}
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:The docks are longer than the city itself, to accommodate for its status as a trading hub. Ships are made to berth along stone piers, where braces beneath the sea of spheres support the vessels after their [[mandras]] have been taken away. Rows of long warehouses mark the shore along the docks, obscuring a view of the city.{{book ref|sa3|101}} The dock registrar, housed in a blue-painted building, keeps records of ships and their travels and manages inspections. At the adjacent moneychanger, [[Stormlight]] can be traded for notes of exchange.{{book ref|sa3|101}}
   
===Market===
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The market is comprised mostly of open stalls with goods piled on tables. There are stalls that sell clothing, building materials, weapons, food, and art. The prices, based largely on the item's permanence in Shadesmar, differ greatly from those of items in the Physical Realm. Most food is typically sold in cans. One art store offers artwork for sale from places as far off as [[Nalthis]].{{book ref|sa3|102}}
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:The market is comprised mostly of open stalls with goods piled on tables. There are stalls that sell clothing, building materials, weapons, food, and art. The prices, based largely on the item's permanence in Shadesmar, differ greatly from those of items in the Physical Realm. Most food is typically sold in cans. One art store offers artwork for sale from places as far off as [[Nalthis]].{{book ref|sa3|102}}
   
 
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