Gradec Working is a Gornarod city state that, along with the Workings of and , is one of the of the . Gradec is off the , in a long narrow area formed by the Dunsta River on the eastern side of the . It has connections to Jerhez Working along the valley; and to by the narrow but easy . Gradec’s merchants maintain a limited but profitable trade with Gens Tamroti of the Banakur Forest, using the Dunsta River as a .
Gradec is a small working of approximately 104,000 km² in area. It is more fertile than its neighbors with almost 25% of its area in farmsteads. The rest of its area is a mix of pasture and forest. Gradec has a population of 452,000. Like most of the workings, the largest number of inhabitants live in villages or farmsteads and support themselves with herding, dairying, or growing grains and vegetables.
Gradec has about 3200 metalworkers in its MetelCentre and 4 local .
Four peaks mark the line of the Banakur Forest. The upper reaches of the Dunsta River and its broad valley dominate the center. The south is more rugged, as the ridgeline falls off steeply to the valley of the upper . The south is heavily wooded as the Banakur Forest climbs high up the hillsides.. The most northern is . Next are the twin mountains of , elevation 1128 m., and , elevation 1195 m. Farthest to the south is , elevation 1208 m. In the north, the country is rolling and descends gradually into the heart of the
The Dunsta River is part of the system and flows easterly. The and the rivers are small tributaries of the Dunsta River. The Risdar flows down from , carving a gap in the through which the connects to the . The Radova starts in the base of the . Another small river, the , begins on and flows east to the Vari River.
Gradec MetelCentre has a population of 13,574. It sits on the east bank of the Dunsta River, where the crosses it. Although isolated from the main commercial traffic of the , Gradec maintains an active trade with the Banakur Gens. Gradec has four towns and five commercial towns.
The town of(population 2,379), on the at its second crossing of the is a metal working and commercial center in northern Gradec.
Roads and Routes
The Gradec MetelCentre to the on a routh that is 400 kilometers long and runs through . A connects to Gradec MetelCentre through in the . This road is almost 250 km in length.connects
Gradec also has 8 Dunsta. These stations are roughly 40 km apart and extend through the Banakur Forest to the edge of Tamroti lands. They are similar in design to the along the except that each has a protected dock for the watercraft used by merchants on the . Gradec also maintains a at the forest’s edge, just below the junction of the with the Dunsta. This is also like a travelers’ station in design but much larger.along the
Gradec’s forces are primarily engaged in patrolling the rough, forest fringe in the south. Two small posts occupy headlands that dominate the entrance to the Dunsta Valley, as it starts its climb into the highlands. Gradec also maintains a border post in the northwest, where the joins the , and another, at the crest of the pass on the to .