Never tired of changing, Aleas likes to show its new side to travelers. This dynamism allows constant discoveries and pleasant surprises; best-sellers in Aleas are usually the most bizarre goods that can hardly be described by words.
Feared by strangers, loved by its inhabitants, Draka is said to be a dangerous city. Located near an active volcano, Draka defies adventurers with courage and passion, it also tempts some merchants with its nearly complete catalogue of minerals.
Deep under the earth lies the only place that all runaways and outlaws could ever call "home". In this place, the only law that holds is the one of the most powerful. However, even if most bandits and thugs that live here will not hesitate to rob or kill a wandering unprotected merchant, they will rarely hurt one of their own.
As its name says, Eversweep gives off a feeling of timeless eternity. Hardly anyone can turn away from this harmony of sea and earth, even less from its delicious food and strong spices. Relaxing in the slightly salted wind or busy about buying local specialties, people in Eversweep enjoy their life in different ways.
The valley around Gaea's Dawn is permanently bathed in light. The trees, the lake, and even the earth itself seem blessed. However, under this heavenly appearance lie a thousand dangers. From the poisonous plants to the extremely venomous insects, every little thing could give the daydreaming poet a rude awakening.
Many call Inachis the busiest city in Estiah, and they are absolutely right. This large coastal city harbors an amazing number of shops, to such point that everyone in Inachis feels like a merchant. No specialties or too many specialties, Inachis has trading goods from all over the continent, and that's what makes merchants feel at home.
Famous for its distinguished art works, Lumina praises the gods for their protection and gifts. Indeed, in this city which suffered little from the great wars, travelers get often engrossed in remembrances of the past when in front of the ancient and grandiose architecture.
Few have ever set foot in Night Tear, too remote or too mysterious, little of it is known. Even the most experienced travelers can hardly tell of its exact location, and refrain from talking when being asked to describe the city.
Skyrift is founded in a mountainous area. Rather cold and remote, this city is thought to have the best views in the world of Estiah. Although not very commercially active, Skyrift provides some of the most beautiful gems to collectors.
Far in the desert, next to a small oasis, a little town has managed to survive through the years. Its inhabitants have become masters at exploiting the very rare resources their land has to offer to create items and trinkets that cannot be found anywhere else, in order to trade them to the rare merchants who come by for food.
Hidden in rainforests, Wildhowl resembles more a large tropical village rather than a modernized city. Due to heavy rains all year around, it has the richest plant reserve, and the abundant wildlife never disappointed visitors who love animals.
High in the north, where the nights are long and cold, the town of Windscar has always stood up as a cry of defiance toward the elements. Its inhabitants are known throughout Estiah for their force of will, as they seem happy to live in this place where no one else can remain for long.
Zeal is a city of wonders. It was built by magic, is the place where magic was reborn after the Curse, and is now completely dependent on it. From the sublime fountains that spring water out of nowhere, to the bright floating braziers that light up the city at night, everything seems to rely on a spell. After so much time, the town still manages to strike awe into every single merchant that comes through it.