Myrlochar The Undercity
Deep below the surface, sits the second city in the Empire, Myrlochar. Populated by the dark and elusive Drow. It is rare to find a non-drow in this deep city, though some houses keep the 'lesser races' as slaves, or hire them as servants. The city is divided into four levels connected by a magical lift. On the lowest level one will find merchant houses, stalls and shops selling beautiful trinkets and fine goods, as well as the local tavern/brothel where one can relax with a tall glass of drow wine in one hand and a fine Jaluk in the other. The second level is host to the infamous Temple of Lloth, only female drow are permitted within this sacred place unaccompanied, large spiders spin their webs above the temple, providing a terrifying view as one rides the lift up. The third floor hosts mainly drow houses, but also plays host to a vast and beautiful library. The fourth and final floor is home to a few noble houses and the Place of the Ust Quellar. It also contains the breathtakingly beautiful underdark baths filled by deep springs that are rumored to have magical properties.
The Underdark Wylds and the City Outskirts
On the other side of the ancient stone bridge grows a forest of tree-like mushrooms and cheerily glowing plants. do not be fooled by the light, however. Dangers of all sorts linger within this glowing expanse of life and ruin. Here is where the creatures not allowed within the city roam and reign. Driders, draegloths, and even underdark gnomes hide within the mess of tree-like mushrooms and old ruins. Those who are lost out here are never recovered, and the unlucky traveler who strays too far from the path may well encounter their remains, or what is left of them after the beasts of the wilds are through. On the way into the city from the forest you'll find the underdark smithy run by a large imposing minotaur and the recently restored arena.
Due to the pervasiveness of the faerzress, neither teleportation or divination can be utilized within the city and its attempt is subject to disastrous results or abject failure.