A huge commons square, roughly 300 X 500 and with a 20’ high ceiling supported by columns. This area has the look and feel of a colliseum. The floor depresses via stairs to a circular podium and the construct seems to have been made with acoustics in mind. The columns on closer inspection seems to be inlaid with brass and marble. Spaced evenly upon the columns are plaques writtne in different languages native to the varied inhabitants of Ironlake. They all seem to say the same thing and boast “a seat for each citizen to speck from.”
Relatively humble and small office type buildings dot and crowd the outside perimeter of the square, probably housing and offices for those officials who are employed by the city.