The finishing touches have finally been made to the city that has sprung up at the mouth of the Straits of Dealunde, appropriately named Terminius. It is the last stop before entering Dealunde proper and has quickly become a bustling hub of commerce and shipping as it marries up sea freight, railway and Zeppelin routes.
However, the city has its charms as well. It has been built on a network of canals, the city actually pushing out into the warm Dealunde waters with gondolas serving as taxis through the waterways. A gorgeous Cathedral to the Wolf has been erected in the main plaza square, it’s architecture and stunning design appealing to visitors. A rather large and magnificent statue of Kelly has been erected in the centre of the square before the cathedral, dressed in the Dealunde robes of State with his hand resting atop the head of the wolf sitting nobly beside him.
With temperate, balmy climate, stunning hotels, cafes, and restaurants, romantic canal rides and Old World architecture, Terminus has opened itself up to tourism as well as shipping.