Palumpolum was the center of commerce on Cocoon, housing a multitude of physical shops in a society that has turned primarily to online purchasing, and now fills that same role in its place on the lowerworld. This oddity makes it a popular travel destination, and with this economic success it thrives, making it one of the society's largest cities.
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A large port city, Pravoka houses a thriving market, and serves as a stop on several ocean-based travel routes. A few pirates call the city their home, but the citizens look upon them with distaste, discouraging the trade from taking root.
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The Royal City of Rabanastre is a center of culture, with a population as diverse as those who visit it. Under the rule of queen Ashelia B'nargin Dalmasca, it is a peaceful city, one that welcomes travelers and traders alike. With a sizable bazaar and streets lined with shops, Rabanastre's market thrives, and being the home of the moogle-led Clan Centurio, a fair amount of hunters call the city their home.
The home of the proud Elvaan, the Kingdom of San d'Oria is a city of great tradition, ruled by the d'Oraguille family for centuries. Within its high stone walls, its people live in much the same manner as they always have, their lifestyle largely untouched by the passage of time or the influx of adventurers and travelers. The city has a multitude of skilled craftsmen in leatherworking, smithing, and woodwork, with fine Elvaan goods being exported all over the world.
A fishing village with an open view of the ocean. Small ships make port in the town on their way to other destinations, and a ferry runs between it and Mhaura, carrying travelers between continents for a small fee.
A village in the far north, located underground. Despite the cold climate, the village itself is warm and comfortable, and is populated entirely by the Shumi people, the Moombas, Shumi who have evolved, and an Elder, also an evolved Shumi, who leads the village. They do not have names, but are instead known by their profession, such as Artisan and Attendant.
A secluded town where the residents keep to themselves, shunning those who would pass through uninvited. Thamasa's nature stems from its secrets: founded in the aftermath of the War of the Magi by humans with the ability to use magic, its villagers retain the gift, and hide it by necessity, knowing the fear and distrust it would bring should others learn what they can do.