Rest Is For The Wicked
The port town of Luna Beach, situated on the southern sea at the base of the White Rock Mountains, survives almost entirely from the stone trade, both by serving as the only real port for merchants’ ships taking on shipments and as an entertainment center for the miners and
seafarers. Once each month, the quarry and gem miners come down to spend their pay in the gambling halls and prostitution parlors. That being said, Luna Beach is a pretty basic and limited
port town. Only ships coming to pick up slabs of granite and gems come and go, entertainment is basic and minimal, and the population works either in the mine or in the port.
A port city that thrives on exporting stone from the mountains. The economy is based on those exports, and the carnal pleasures the workers and sailors enjoy while in town.