Graza City started her journey as a collection of fishing villages on the coast of a divided Escan until it was officially settled and united by King Didacus I of House Espinar. In her time since, it has become home to a unique dialect, the birth place of many different times of music and dances, the center of Escana culture, and a multicultural hotspot. A coastal city with a dense history as it sits in the shadow of what is now none as the great Graza Palace. It’s most plentiful export is considered a luxury and delicacy by the royals on the hill and thus in high demand. At the height of the Escana Empire, Graza City split into several very recognizable districts/neighborhoods that can be a bit difficult for a visitor so let’s go through them.