The capital of the Confucian Aristocracy, the few foreigners that have been granted entrance have all noted the extravagant architecture, sparing no expense, it is latent with symbolism and tradition dating back nearly a years.

A home for countless philosophers, hoping to master the virtues, rituals and the arts necessary to become worthy of joining the ranks of the Junzi. Unlike other cities in the Confucian nation most of the workers here earn their money by producing sculptures and other art pieces for temples, as well as anyone who can afford them. The city is monument to proud tradition of the culture and philosophy of the Aristocracy.

Slowly the technology of the East is being integrated into the Confucian society, unlike the wide range of technological variation on the streets of Shifei; Rujia has harsh limits on the technology allowed into the city.

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