Heres a general blue print of the town of faladon. The buildings are normally a couple of stories tall in order to hold the residents that live in the town. The buildings are made out of a mix of the materials from the cave and synth steel for the more luxurious places.
Red Dot: Town Spire
This is where most town gatherings are held. It's a spire like structure grand in its presence. Many blue baubles illuminate the structure. The structure has many stories for the various town workers. At the very top of the Spire is where Ernie Bauxtapau resides. The view from his floor is breath taking, and with it hes able to see most of the town just from being up so high. Some decorative fountains exist outside of the spire as it is also a frequent gathering spot for the citizens of the town. They work hand in hand with the faladon mining company so there is frequently a lot of faladon mining employees entering and exiting the spire at all times.
Blue Dot: Faladon Arena
There is not much room in the town for prisoners. Those with petty crimes are usually the ones granted the cells. For those partaking in the more heinous of crimes they are offered the arena. The arena usually partakes every 7th day. Faladus himself had the arena constructed to his liking and, via a crevice in the top of the cavern, there is natural sunlight that beams into the middle of the arena. This is the only place in Faladon that offers natural sunlight. All of those put up into the arena are set to battle each other to the death for their freedom. Spectators may sponsor and bet on the prisoners as they see fit. Those who win regain their freedom. Some citizens like to partake in the arena for sport most notably, "The Duke of Death" Arso Laman. He is glorified for his impressive streak of kills in the arena. He bears a large scar across his chest from the only time blood has been drawn from him in battle.
Green Dots: Faladon Mining Company
The Faladon Mining Company owns a plethora of buildings near the depths as a mainbase for their operations. They are normally used to process and ship the various baubles that are mined from the depths. All miners and their families live in the right most building. Most of the employees either live on the premise or in the spire as work is often very long and with little time to rest besides the 7th day. Ernie Bauxtapau is the leader of the company at the moment, having taken over from Illpaw Faladus 5 years ago. Their is resentment in the company over Ernie's direction of the company and as a result, there is word that they may try to separate themselves from him soon.
Yellow Dots: Falladon Guard
The Falladon guard was established 45 years ago as a measure of providing peace to the town as they were often being targetted from bandit cults and other thieves looking to steal what they have mined. They have grown into the policing force for the town. They have 3 main hubs throughout Faladon, each stationed near an entrance. Those leaving the town with any sort of bauble must pay a toll and are accompanied by guards until they reach the nearest town, Sylvus, which is 2 days away. The buildings hold cells for the more petty criminals such as thieves. At all times there are a total of 4 patrols walking throughout town. Each patrol has 2 swordsman with a shield, and a nano. The nanos have been trained to use non lethal ways of incapacitating criminals. Faladon guard had offered up their men for the first search party but were denied. The second search party however will include a few of their guards and a nano.
Purple Dots: Pubs
With a lack of sunlight, citizens of Faladon are bound to be a bit stir crazy if it werent for the local pubs around town. While the pubs are pretty similar the bigger one, named the Dragons Breath, hosts prize fights every night. Participants box to the glee and money of the spectators. It was from here Arso Laman began his career in fighting for sport. Word travels quickly through these pubs so once you're kicked out of one, you're normally not allowed in the others. Various spirits can be found here and with the right connections, some work can be sought out through the patrons there.