The penthouse of this round, black glass skyscraper offers an unequaled view of Necropolis. The Tower's name comes from the segmented appearance that the latest Japanese earthquake-proofing techniques lends. Inside, plush carpets and chairs are in perfect feng shui alignment, along with plants and pakua mirrors that stimulate chi flow. Surrounded by ornate samurai armor, golden Buddhas, and prayer wheels, the Kuei-jin come to be with their own kind and reconnect with their homeland. (This room is for Kuei-jin and their guests only)
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Atop the graceful Bamboo Tower is a peaceful rock garden with tiny ancient bansai trees. Zen simplicity stands in contrast to the swirling view of Western chaos in the city below. The mandarins frown upon violence here and are especially likely to punish anyone who is so callous as to thrown an enemy from the roof.
A slowly flickering streetlight illuminates this dark street. All roads though town lead to this main road. Shadowy figures dart in and out of alleyways, and only the brave or foolish remain here long.