Sora

Sora functions as the home to many of Wind's powerful lords and nobles, and as such provides both reason and means for its own existence. A powerful trade capital in its own right but not nearly as much so as Soon's Haven, Sora is the single largest society upon Wind's easternmost shores, Sora is also the oldest village, predating Sunagakure and Soon's Haven by quite some time. Sora was originally a small fishing society for the first agrarian tribe and in fact, one of the oldest families of this tribe holds the mantle of power over this community. As such, Sora's roots grow deep and strong in Wind's dusty soil. Benefiting not only from this advantageous positioning in regards to business exporting and importing goods from around the known world, Sora also has what could be described as the most stable, temperate climate; with Wind Country's ever-present sun, cool winds blowing in from the sea and naturally deep harbors, as well as an exotic culture rising from the mixture of many different systems of belief, cuisine and craft, Sora is a popular vacation resort and an even more popular home for those with wealth and influence, bringing the village much of its funds through these two concerns alone.

Seaside Paradise

A tourist trap essentially, but that is because the location should be one of the seven wonders of the world. The nearly year-round temperate climate allows for the growth of vibrant and colorful plants and flowers, exotic animals and of course exotic women. Hotels, beachfront property, and public beaches abound here. Crime is minimal here, the occasional pick-pocket and of course rouge mercenary attempting to make a quick buck but the private Sora militia, with aid of the Ryuzaki Clan, appears to be more than capable of handling anything that comes their way.
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Palace of The Glorious Immortal

Home to the Daimyō and his family, the Palace is a grand structure with great statures erected in the Daimyō's honor. Heavily guarded by the Daimyō's private military force known as the Sovereign, guests are often allowed to visit or stay however there is a wing that is excluded from all tours and visitor's rights. This would be the personal resting area of the Daimyō and his children. Following the Great Quake, a stone wall quickly rose around the entirety of the palace further fortifying this location. It is believed, if he is even alive at all, that the Daimyo is currently buried deep within this location attempting to hide from the hordes of The Swarm that frequently attempt to siege this location.
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