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  History | Nagnang Palace Rebuilt!

The Palace is back!
After Hyuls of it being left crumbled, it has finally been restored to perfection!


The Palace is back!

   

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To the left is Kija's Grave and Memorial, where he rests with King Zhou and Queen Filia, while to the right is the entire palace.

One of the most iconic features of the palace is the throne room.
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It has two chairs, and in this instance would be for the Prince, and someday the Princess.

Two other rooms stood out to me. The Armory, and the Jail. They are both
put together really well and it shows some time was put into these maps.
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I asked Severyn for an overview of the palace, and this is what I recieved.

During the 56th Hyul, Nagnang was successful in its unified attempts in reconstructing the Nagnang Palace.
The combined efforts of Prince ChaeRi, the Master Builder and his Architect, the Nangen clans and citizens,
and other helpful supporters have made it an architectural marvel.
The Nagnang Palace stands as the central symbol of Nagnang's history and as beacon to its rebirth.
The centerpiece of its grand courtyard showcases a memorial to the three great royals--King Zhou,
Queen Filia, and their son Prince Kija. It is protected by highly trained guards, and quarters the
Ascendant Regiment of Nagnang soldiers within its walls. The prison is entirely renovated with state-of-the-art
security and interrogation devices to house even the most dangerous of criminals.
What strikes most visitors to the Nagnang Palace is its unparalled beauty. The Nagnang Palace is filled with remarkably detailed
rooms including a kitchen, dinning hall, armory, the ministry's Josang Hol, and many more! It is also rumored that a secret corridor
runs just behind all of the rooms! Pay a visit and admire the work of countless determined and unified hands!