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I was wondering, do you have any good advice on city building?
I think DMG has many holes..
For example, ok you roll for power center, you roll for wizards, etc..then how you know how many wizards are inside the Wizards Guild, and how many of them secretly work for the Thieves Guild?
Or except the obvious power centers, how other existing classes blend in the city?
I found some helpful ideas here and there, but nothing complete and independent by itself..for example in Races of Destiny there is a good guide. But still it isn't complete.
How do you build your towns/cities? What steps you follow? Do you suggest any books which would help? (or info online)
Thanks in advance..

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