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'''Iganefta-on-the-Sea''' is known as twin city to the more bejewelled [[Iganefta]] (the southernmost "civilized" settlement on Ghyll). It has not always been so. Long ago this currently bustling city on the sea was nothing more than the existing [[Wakanpantricism|Wakanpantricist]] fishing village of Thungerbarg. But after the annexation of this little hamlet by [[Lord Glosfordshier]] in -260 [[EC]] and his upgrading of the road connecting it with Iganefta Old City, and after the building of a summer palace there for himself and his family, the whole village took on a new spirit.
  
Iganefta-on-the-Sea is known as twin city to the more bejewelled Iganefta (the southernmost "civilized" settlement on Ghyll).  It has not always been so.  Long ago this currently bustling city on the sea was nothing more than the existing Wakanpantricist fishing village of Thungerbarg.  But after the annexation of this little hamlet by Lord Glosfordshire in -260 [[EC]] and his upgrading of the road connecting it with Iganefta Old City, and after the building of a summer palace there for himself and his family, the whole village took on a new spirit (though the palace has long since fallen into ruin and the few remaining fishermen call their quarter "Thungerbarg" to this day).
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==City Quarters==
  
There are various burrows to this city, sections of varied lifestyle and imagination. The most pronounced is the Seaside Briton, this is where the rich bathe in the sun and the wealthy purchase fine foods of exquisite taste. This is the quarter which is bespoken of in all the inland locals, the reason why Iganefta-on-the-Sea is considered one of the most wealthy and exclusive settlements in Ghyll. The richly adorned villas and retreats with their spectacular vistas of the Dagger Seas are spoken of by many and not a few artists have come to the rolling hills by the sea to draw, paint and even sculpt reproductions for their patrons nearer the desert or the plains. Originally settled by retired sea captains, the Seaside Briton has overcome her quaint history with the infusion of both old and new money, not to mention the influx of Adrizians. Indeed, it is rumored that the local branch of the Harrabloon Bank is the wealthiest banking establishment in all of Ghyll.  
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There are various burrows to this city, sections of varied lifestyle and imagination, each governed by its own [[rejah]]. The most publicized is the ''Seaside Briton'' where the rich bathe in the sun and the wealthy purchase fine foods of exquisite taste. This quarter is envied in all the inland locals, the reason why Iganefta-on-the-Sea is considered one of the most wealthy and exclusive settlements in Ghyll. The richly adorned villas and retreats with their spectacular vistas of the [[Dagger Seas]] are envied by many and not a few artists have come to the rolling hills to draw, paint and even sculpt reproductions for their patrons living nearer the desert or on the plains. Originally settled by retired sea captains, the ''Seaside Briton'' has overcome her quaint history with the infusion of both old and new money, not to mention the influx of Adrizians.  
  
The underside of Iganeft-on-the-Sea, however, is quarter called the Druthers.  This is where the docks are built and the offices that support the coming and going of goods, legal and illegal....
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''Thungerbarg'' is the ancient (and original) district of the city, but the best that can be said of this quarter is that those who live within it grow and live with great luxury just out of reach. It is also known for its bi-sexual bathhouses, roadside doorknob smelters and the incredible [[Kites d'Jeaux]].
  
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The underside of Iganefta-on-the-Sea, however, is the quarter called the ''Druthers''. This is where the docks are maintained, as well as the offices that support the coming and going of goods, legal and illegal. It is the port which is the thriving center of commerce, both during the day and in the deep of night. In recent years, the Iganefta Council of Lords has made feeble attempts to stem the tide of illicit goods flowing through the back alleys of the city but they have been less than successful. Though the lifeblood of the city flows through the port, dockworkers themselves are looked upon with little more than contempt.
  
The legal system of Iganefta-on-the-Sea is recognizable to most throughout Ghyll.  Though quite influenced by the personal tastes of Lord Glosfordshire long ago, the introduction and import of the Codex RealAxe after -207 [[EC]] also has played a part.  Though street justice still reigns supreme, especially in the Druthers and Thungerbarg, the more elite inhabitants do have access to the local Adjudicator, Protector, and Persecutor.
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==The Fraternal Union of Cartmen==
  
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Started by [[Johnny Lightning]] and [[Jimmy Cashews]], the Fraternal Union of Cartmen is not only the union of the local cartmen but also the overseer of almost all occupation within the city. Regardless of one's views on its inspiration and origination, the FUC has certainly given aid to many a young, ignorant broodling. After its first five years of existence, the only decent paying work in the city was gotten through the FUC and that still holds true today. Several times in the past, the larger mercantile houses tried to bring in [[splak]]kers and break the Union, but Johnny and Jimmy knew what had to be done, and the military-grade [[EctoMechanauts]] they invested in paid off.
  
Famous residents include:
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==The Law==
''Mason Grommie'', the local representative of the family runs the various  entertainment halls in the city. The family denies any connection to the more scurrilous history of smuggling associated with old money in Iganefta-on-the-Sea.
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''Baron James Horkmanifester'' (born James Jordan on the 12th of Baros -72 [[EC]] in Iganefta-on-the-Sea
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The legal system of Iganefta-on-the-Sea is recognizable to most throughout Ghyll. Though quite influenced by the personal tastes of [[Lord Glosfordshier]] long ago, the introduction and import of the Codex RealAxe after -207 [[EC]] also has played a part. Street justice still reigns supreme, especially in the Druthers and Thungerbarg, but the more elite inhabitants do have access to the local Adjudicator, Protector, and Persecutor.
  
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==Society Life==
  
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The society to which any up-and-coming socialite must belong is the Folktown Social Club in Iganefta-on-the-Sea. With a villa overlooking the greenest blue, members of the Club spend their days sipping strong [[Umlaut Tea]] and making bets over billiards games. As for the underworld society of this city, not much may I say and keep my digits intact. They're a fine bunch of fellows once you get to know them.
  
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==Local Legend==
  
In -11 EC, the Doggerel plague swept through the twin cities bringing one of the darkest moments in living memory to Iganeftan history. When the first infected wandered in from the Cactus forests, Iganefta was completely unprepared. Initially, the City Guard used the decidedly non-lethal Snotgun in an attempt to subdue the rampaging horde of the infected, but when this proved ineffective, the Guard herded them all to the Bindlet Ball field for a game. The Pickers haven't been quite the same since. However, it was not a total loss, since the infected drank a suitable volume of Adlorst wine while watching the game not only boosting the local economy, but miraculously curing themselves of their affliction.  
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One curious flavor to the city are the local tales of frog-men living under the docks. Quite a number of Ghyllians have said that, late at night, they have seen strange flashings and heard odd bells and tinkerings offshore of the port. Though the work of the dockmen continues into the night, and not a few illicit transactions therein occur as well, it has been these very same workers who have complained of weird shapes rising from the sea, of foreigners coming in without boats, with wet stained carapaces and strange elongated faces. Most call this a fear tactic of the back marketeers, but others note that it has been a number of supposed back marketeers who have given up the business and moved inland after only a few short months on the docks. Though odd, though eerie, though potentially nefarious in nature and spirit, the work of the dock does goes on.
  
Despite the Adrizians' attempts to sanitize the reputation of Iganefta-on-the-Sea, the port there remains a thriving center of commerce, both during the day and in the deep of night. In recent years, the Iganefta Council of Lords has made feeble attempts to stem the tide of illicit goods flowing through the back alleys of the city, though they have been less than successful. As of this writing, the "back markets" of Iganefta-on-the-Sea are the only place where one may purchase the wildly popular Boxing EctoMechanauts game that has swept Ghyll.
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==The Future==
  
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The future of Iganefta-on-the-Sea lies with her twin city, [[Iganefta]]. Iganefta is an ever-growing mass of homes, shoppes, temples, warehouses, and streets. It has been suggested that, at the current rate of encroachment by Iganefta, the roughly 30 [[lele]] of rough terrain that separate the two cities will vanish in a few short years. What then will this landscape resemble? What will it be named? Only time (and a future [[rejah]]) will tell.
  
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==Famous Residents==
  
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* Mason [[Grommies|Grommie]], this local representative of the family runs the various  entertainment halls in the city. The family denies any connection to the more scurrilous history of smuggling associated with old money in Iganefta-on-the-Sea.
  
It has been suggested by certain hyper-conservative political wags that, at the current rate of encroachment by Iganefta, the roughly 30 lele of rough terrain that separate Iganefta and Iganefta-on-the-Sea will vanish in a few short years, swallowed by her sister city.  
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* [[Baron James Horkmanifester]] (born here James Jordan in -72 [[EC]]).
  
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* [[Jimmy Cashews]] and [[Johnny Lightning]], perennial companions and business partners.
  
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* Kathryn Pearl Blatherwill, the only [[Harrabloon Bank]] employee to testify against the men who robbed said bank in -51 [[EC]], and she did it for love.
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* Phillip Vincent Murdstone, before [[Johnny Lightning]] he was called the [[Hive-Lord]] of Hive-Lords.
  
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* [[Vemish]], though not a citizen of this community, he currently holds the record for "Most Times on the Disgraceful List" of the [[rejah]] of the Thungerbarg quarter.
  
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==Historical Notes==
  
Vemish currently holds the record for "Most Times on the Disgraceful List" of the rejah of Thungerbarg in Iganefta-on-the-Sea. From tripping over an anchored rope that prevented the rejah's expensive laundry from getting muddy, to stumbling upon a Back Market assassination, to exposing the secret trail through the Azura Mines and accidentally collapsing one of the more important tunnels, Vemish is no stranger to Iganeftan angst or banishment.  
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* In -11 [[EC]], the [[doggerel plague]] swept through the twin cities bringing one of the darkest moments in living memory.  
  
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* In the Gomin of -51 [[EC]], [[Johnny Lightning]], along with Neville Sidgeford, Russell Grimdale, Niles Wammerham, and James "[[Jimmy Cashews]]" Cashinawitz, attempted to rob the Iganefta-on-the-Sea branch of the [[Harrabloon Bank]].
  
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* In the early -80s [[EC]], the modern [[Paramount Queen]] ceremony originated as a beauty contest in [[Folktown]] as an attempt to attract tourists away from Iganefta-on-the-Sea.
  
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* About -167 [[EC]], the play ''[[Gimlet]]'' is penned by [[Peershakes|M. Peershakes]]. The story is an appealing farce with Gimlet being a young prince of Iganefta-on-the-Sea.
  
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'''Citations''': [[Iganefta]], [[Kites d'Jeaux]], [[Wakanpantricist]].
  
The modern Paramount Queen ceremony originated as a beauty contest in Folktown in the early -80s as an attempt to attract tourists away from Iganefta-on-the-Sea. However, it now prefers to avoid terms like "beauty contest" since beauty is (allegedly) no longer the primary criterion used to judge contestants.
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--[[User:Nikos of Ant|Nikos of Ant]] 15:41, 20 Jul 2005 (EDT)
  
 
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Gimlet is a play written about -167 EC by M. Peershakes (b. -204 EC, d. -152 EC). In his day, Peershakes was a noted scribbler and versifier. Productions of Gimlet are a perennial favorite among the Amphitheatre aristocracy and numerous famous stage actors have played the part of the title character. Since a full production of the play takes almost six hours, there are many abriged versions which are more commonly presented.
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Gimlet was first presented at the Folktown Amphitheatre in -166 EC by the Third Horse Grenadiers, one of the finest troupes of players in the history of theater. Peershakes was a member of this company, and had already written almost a dozen other minor plays for them, many of them simple extrapolations of wive's tales. Gimlet was an immediate hit, and was performed no less than thirty times in the following year.
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The story of Gimlet is an appealing farce. Gimlet is a young prince of Iganefta-on-the-Sea.
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Jimmy Cashews and Johnny Lightning as part of an agreement that effectively indemnifies these two fine, upstanding citizens of Iganefta-on-the-Sea
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Born the son of poor household domestics who emigrated from Folktown to Iganefta-on-the-Sea in -63 EC, when little Johan was just three years old, Johnny grew up with great luxury just out of reach. His mother was the upstairs maid at the home of Griffin Alastair Bommlehodge, who sat on the Board of the Ghyll Mechanician's Guild, but retired to Iganefta. Johnny's father, however, was a day-laborer of the lowest, cheapest kind. He was unable to find more respectable work and so he worked the docks when the ships were in and as a carter when there was freight to be moved from the docks to the DermPachyges office when the ships had left. Unfortunately for Johnny, his father also gambled and drank quite a bit of the cheapest kind of Ball Lightning Liqueur. Often, he would send Johnny home from a game of whist to collect money from his wife to pay off his losses, threatening to beat both the boy and his mother for any shortages or resistance. In short, Johnny's father brought little to the family and cost them quite a bit.
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One night, after his mother had paid off a particularly bad loss, his mother confessed to Johnny that the man she'd married was not, in fact, his real father. It came as no great surprise to Johnny, who had dark, black hair and eyes, that his blonde "father" was, in fact, not. When his father got home, his parents began to fight quite loudly and violently. The fight spilled out into the street causing quite a distraction for not only the Bommlehodge house, but the neighbors as well. So, after taking full advantage of the distraction and stealing a fair amount of the Bommlehodge household silver, Johnny set off to find his own fortune and, if possible, his father.
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[edit]A Misspent Youth
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Shortly after his parents had their last tiff, Johnny, now a young teenager, found himself selling the last of the Bommlehodge silver in the Iganefta-on-the-Sea Back Market and wondering where to find his next meal. This line of thought led him to particular floating whist game run in the back of a bisexual bath-house where his father had lost quite a bit of money. There, he made contact with one Alastair Bledgewater, a former compatriot of Johnny's father, who got him work as a look-out. The pay was small, but steady and, more importantly, Johnny made contact with some of the biggest names in the Ghyllian underworld at the time.
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It was here that Johnny met Phillip Vincent Murdstone who was called the Hive-Lord of Hive-Lords. Ser Murdstone took a liking to young Johnny and began to use him as a runner to take care of small jobs. A pick-up here, a drop-off there, small-time jobs that cleared Johnny a few truq, but not much else. It only took Johnny three months to work up the nerve to ask Ser Murdstone for a bigger job with a bigger score. Luckily for Johnny, Ser Murdstone had just returned from a visit to his mistress and was in a good mood. He gave Johnny his "big break": a carry-man on the big Harrabloon Bank Job.
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In the Gomin of -51 EC, Johnny, along with Neville Sidgeford, Russell Grimdale, Niles Wammerham, and James "Jimmy Cashews" Cashinawitz, attempted to rob the Iganefta-on-the-Sea branch of the Harrabloon Bank. A particularly large payroll was discovered to be coming through for the Azura Mines. When these five malcontents, later known as the Harrabloon Five, planned the job, they were expecting to clear more than 5,000 Quezloo each. The plan required that at least one of their number get a job at the armored carriage company that had the transportation contract with the bank. Johnny, using his father's contacts with the Carter's Guild, was just the man for the job. Using his job as a cover, Johnny recorded the layout of the bank and secured guard uniforms for his compatriots. On the fated day at the appointed hour, Johnny left the back door unlocked and unguarded, allowing his partners in crime to slip in to a back hallway and intercept the stong boxes on their way to the vault. After incapacitating the actual guards, the Harrabloon Five simply carried the still full strong boxes out of bank and to their own waiting carriage.
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The caper came off so smoothly that they would have gotten away with it, if not for one Kathryn Pearl Blatherwill. Katie was a teller at the bank who immediately fell in love with Johnny Lightning in spite of, or perhaps because of, his dastardly character. She was sure that getting caught would help him "see the error of his ways", and, risking her own life, triggered the silent alarm. The City Guard arrived in record time, catching the would be thieves before they were even a lele away from the bank. During the ensuing battle Neville Sidgeford, Russell Grimdale, and Niles Wammerham were shot and killed, but Johnny and Jimmy Cashews were taken into custody. After their speedy trial, at which Katie Blatherwill was the only Bank employee to testify against the men, the two young miscreants were sent off to one of the several Iganefta-run work camps in the Azura Mines.
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It was after having discovered the joys of hard work that Johnny decided to dedicate himself to the easy life. He and Jimmy Cashews found themselves in the same chain gang in the Mines and immediately started planning their escape. This was the beginning of a life-long working relationship for these two compatriots of crime. Another theme in Johnny's life that started in the Mines was the practical application of theoalchemy, for it was here in the mines that Johnny first got a glimpse of industrial EctoMechanauts. Those magical constructs sparked his imagination and inspired many ideas for improved bank robberies, not to mention escape. However, it was Jimmy Cashews who pointed out the undeniable value of the essences which powered the EctoMechanauts in the Mines. The young men knew value when they saw it and, more importantly, what that value could get them. So, with that in mind, Johnny hatched a plan to discover the secret of the EctoMechanauts' animation.
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Early one morning, when a new shipment of fresh, unactivated EctoMechanauts arrived, Johnny and Jimmy arranged to be in a good location to observe the animation procedure. They watched very carefully as the theoalchemist/delivery man actived each construct, memorizing his every move. After the last one had left the delivery cart, the two enterprising young men announced themselves to the theoalchemist and made him an offer he couldn't refuse: get them free from the work camp or they'd tell the world the secret of the EctoMechanauts. Two days later, the enterprising lads were free. But, as they were flat broke, they once again turned to crime to earn their supper. But, this time, they had a new twist. They started their own guild: The Fraternal Union of Cartmen (FUC).
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They started their new "business" by strong-arming the local cartmen into the new Fraternal Union, as they called it, but soon they had people looking to join up. Of course the three-quarter unanit tall EctoMechanauts who accompanied the Brothers on their rounds may have helped. No doubt the mysterious accidents that happened to those who refused to join and pay their dues helped change a few minds, as well. And, of course, the fact that after five years, the only decent paying work was gotten through FUC didn't hurt membership either. Several times the larger mercantile houses tried to bring in splakkers and break the Union, but Johnny and Jimmy knew how to play that particular form of Bindlet Ball. The street fights were bloody, but the military-grade EctoMechanauts FUC had "invested" in paid off. The Union held together.
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Johnny used this powerful organization to slowly, but surely, take over the Iganefta-on-the-Sea Back Market. Starting by having his FUC brothers "accidentally" misroute important shipments, he collected money from all parties involved in the freight transaction in the form of insurance. If the merchants paid enough, Johnny insured that their goods got where they were going. If, however, the merchants refused to pay up, well, let's just say the phrase "it fell off a cart" originated here. And, of course, Johnny made a bit of coin off those transactions as well. So, while Jimmy ran the Union, Johnny collected for both of them and at every opportunity.
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Now, in his old age, Johnny has started to consolidate his more legitimate holdings. Of course, the fact that they were made with the proceeds of several years worth of funds from the FUC pension plan is not mentioned in Johnny's presence. Likewise, no one talks about his time spent in the Azura Mines. He leaves the collection of insurance to the younger members of FUC, merely advising them in the most ruthless means of advertising and collection. Most days he and Jimmy can be found sipping very strong umlaut tea at the Folktown Social Club in Iganefta-on-the-Sea. Johnny keeps an office there and, rumor has it, he even has an illegal whist game there every week. The "Grand Hive-Lord of the Iganefta Back Market", as the fine editors at the Folktown Records have dubbed him, is often found dispensing sage advice to the younger members of the Iganefta underworld, however, all of Johnny's money comes through one of his regular businesses. Most of which have to do with the creation, transportation or maintenance of EctoMechanauts, though he also deals in imports to and from Folktown as well as at least one fine restaurant, and, of course, the Social Club itself.
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Iganefta-on-the-Sea is known as twin city to the more bejewelled Iganefta (the southernmost "civilized" settlement on Ghyll). It has not always been so. Long ago this currently bustling city on the sea was nothing more than the existing Wakanpantricist fishing village of Thungerbarg. But after the annexation of this little hamlet by Lord Glosfordshier in -260 EC and his upgrading of the road connecting it with Iganefta Old City, and after the building of a summer palace there for himself and his family, the whole village took on a new spirit.

City Quarters

There are various burrows to this city, sections of varied lifestyle and imagination, each governed by its own rejah. The most publicized is the Seaside Briton where the rich bathe in the sun and the wealthy purchase fine foods of exquisite taste. This quarter is envied in all the inland locals, the reason why Iganefta-on-the-Sea is considered one of the most wealthy and exclusive settlements in Ghyll. The richly adorned villas and retreats with their spectacular vistas of the Dagger Seas are envied by many and not a few artists have come to the rolling hills to draw, paint and even sculpt reproductions for their patrons living nearer the desert or on the plains. Originally settled by retired sea captains, the Seaside Briton has overcome her quaint history with the infusion of both old and new money, not to mention the influx of Adrizians.

Thungerbarg is the ancient (and original) district of the city, but the best that can be said of this quarter is that those who live within it grow and live with great luxury just out of reach. It is also known for its bi-sexual bathhouses, roadside doorknob smelters and the incredible Kites d'Jeaux.

The underside of Iganefta-on-the-Sea, however, is the quarter called the Druthers. This is where the docks are maintained, as well as the offices that support the coming and going of goods, legal and illegal. It is the port which is the thriving center of commerce, both during the day and in the deep of night. In recent years, the Iganefta Council of Lords has made feeble attempts to stem the tide of illicit goods flowing through the back alleys of the city but they have been less than successful. Though the lifeblood of the city flows through the port, dockworkers themselves are looked upon with little more than contempt.

The Fraternal Union of Cartmen

Started by Johnny Lightning and Jimmy Cashews, the Fraternal Union of Cartmen is not only the union of the local cartmen but also the overseer of almost all occupation within the city. Regardless of one's views on its inspiration and origination, the FUC has certainly given aid to many a young, ignorant broodling. After its first five years of existence, the only decent paying work in the city was gotten through the FUC and that still holds true today. Several times in the past, the larger mercantile houses tried to bring in splakkers and break the Union, but Johnny and Jimmy knew what had to be done, and the military-grade EctoMechanauts they invested in paid off.

The Law

The legal system of Iganefta-on-the-Sea is recognizable to most throughout Ghyll. Though quite influenced by the personal tastes of Lord Glosfordshier long ago, the introduction and import of the Codex RealAxe after -207 EC also has played a part. Street justice still reigns supreme, especially in the Druthers and Thungerbarg, but the more elite inhabitants do have access to the local Adjudicator, Protector, and Persecutor.

Society Life

The society to which any up-and-coming socialite must belong is the Folktown Social Club in Iganefta-on-the-Sea. With a villa overlooking the greenest blue, members of the Club spend their days sipping strong Umlaut Tea and making bets over billiards games. As for the underworld society of this city, not much may I say and keep my digits intact. They're a fine bunch of fellows once you get to know them.

Local Legend

One curious flavor to the city are the local tales of frog-men living under the docks. Quite a number of Ghyllians have said that, late at night, they have seen strange flashings and heard odd bells and tinkerings offshore of the port. Though the work of the dockmen continues into the night, and not a few illicit transactions therein occur as well, it has been these very same workers who have complained of weird shapes rising from the sea, of foreigners coming in without boats, with wet stained carapaces and strange elongated faces. Most call this a fear tactic of the back marketeers, but others note that it has been a number of supposed back marketeers who have given up the business and moved inland after only a few short months on the docks. Though odd, though eerie, though potentially nefarious in nature and spirit, the work of the dock does goes on.

The Future

The future of Iganefta-on-the-Sea lies with her twin city, Iganefta. Iganefta is an ever-growing mass of homes, shoppes, temples, warehouses, and streets. It has been suggested that, at the current rate of encroachment by Iganefta, the roughly 30 lele of rough terrain that separate the two cities will vanish in a few short years. What then will this landscape resemble? What will it be named? Only time (and a future rejah) will tell.

Famous Residents

  • Mason Grommie, this local representative of the family runs the various entertainment halls in the city. The family denies any connection to the more scurrilous history of smuggling associated with old money in Iganefta-on-the-Sea.
  • Kathryn Pearl Blatherwill, the only Harrabloon Bank employee to testify against the men who robbed said bank in -51 EC, and she did it for love.
  • Vemish, though not a citizen of this community, he currently holds the record for "Most Times on the Disgraceful List" of the rejah of the Thungerbarg quarter.

Historical Notes

  • In -11 EC, the doggerel plague swept through the twin cities bringing one of the darkest moments in living memory.
  • In the early -80s EC, the modern Paramount Queen ceremony originated as a beauty contest in Folktown as an attempt to attract tourists away from Iganefta-on-the-Sea.
  • About -167 EC, the play Gimlet is penned by M. Peershakes. The story is an appealing farce with Gimlet being a young prince of Iganefta-on-the-Sea.

Citations: Iganefta, Kites d'Jeaux, Wakanpantricist.

--Nikos of Ant 15:41, 20 Jul 2005 (EDT)

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