A Rising Tide
At the base of the Pilor peninsula, along the border of the Anareim stretches the Eastern Wall: a vast, monolithic wall of marble taller than anything built by the hands of man or giant. Along with its sister, the Western Wall, it was built before recorded history for unknown purpose. In its millenia of existence, no army has ever successfully beseiged it, and no stone has ever fall from its heights. The people of Louria believe that the wall will stand until the end of time itself.
The wall is huge, some hundred and fifty feet high, and fifty feet thick. The lower hundred feet are solid, while rooms and corridors run through the top. Every mile a vast angelic statue rises up from the wall, watching the eastern horizon. These statues are hollowed with rooms and barracks, balconies, stairs and great stone gates that let seal the tower from the wall itself. In some of these statues villages have sprung up, taking advantage of the spaces obviously built for habitation.
The Eastern Wall now stands as the eastern border of the kingdom of Azaleum. Its capital city, of the same name, is built into the wall itself in a vast keep that extends westward out of the wall.