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'''Godville''', officially the '''Capital of Godville''', is located to the east of the '''Jagged Peaks''' and to the west of the '''Platonic WoodWoodland'''. Considered the most populated city of the known realms, it holds a population of over 50,000. The bustling citadel boasts sprawling buildings of amazing architecture that range from towering apartments to luxurious baths and expansive coliseums.
The center of science and commerce, '''Godville''' contains some of the largest libraries and marketplaces. Unfortunately, this thriving economy has a dark side as the capital also houses the highest crime rate of the known world. Organized crime and corruption have become part and parcel of life in the city to the point of kickbacks and bribes being expected by the populace. Guards and politicians often extort a "customs tax" on almost all forms of commerce that enters and exits the town without just cause.
During the turn of the century, '''Godville''' established the first ever '''Heroic University''' where young men and women made the transition from sword-fodder to possible hero material. Ever since, the capital has boasted the greatest stable of heroes in the realms. In fact, it is rumored that the city has more Heroes than sheep - a fact that greatly worries the sheep. It is also rumored that an experience treadmill has been developed which constantly populates the area around the city, providing heroes with an unlimited and renewable source of monsters to slaughter.
In addition, the capital also contains the world-renowned '''Godville [[Arena]]''', a sprawling coliseum where heroes from throughout the realms can engage in a friendly test of strength, guile and cunning. Armed with their faith in their personal deities, these warriors spar to the delight of the crowd. Enough safeguards have been installed into the arena to prevent any fatal wounds from being inflicted. Overzealous fans, however, have been known to have died as a result of a tragic fall from the bleachers.
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