0one's Blueprints: Drow City—Military Academy PDF
The military academy is the hearth of the Martial power of the Drow City.
Unlike the Tower of the High Sorcery, the academy is a functional fortress which takes care of the security of the City. Both training camp and military garrison, the Military Academy allows only males—women are too noble to use weapons and go to war. Most of the army has its camp just before the fortress, in hundreds of tents. These are the veterans who have successfully trained for three years in the academy...
Welcome to Drow City, the most dangerous, deep, mysterious and fascinating underground settlement ever mapped!
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