Tsar Alexander's Palace

Tsar Alexander’s kingdom is a small, peaceful, rustic domain somewhere west or perhaps east of the Ural mountains. The palace, a modest but stately ancestral construction, is in the center of , the closest thing the kingdom has to a true city. Acres and acres of farmland surround it on all sides, though a small forest is just an hour’s ride away. The main trade road leads in the opposite direction to the neighboring kingdom.

The palace itself is a sprawling structure, well-appointed on the inside, but more like a wealthy merchant’s manor than a residence befitting a tsar. It contains a grand throne room for the tsar’s audiences, a smaller court for the village magistrate, offices for the officials, residences for the residents, a treasury for the treasure, a full complement of kitchens, larders, stables, washrooms, and whatnot. Underneath lies an underpopulated dungeon with a single well-guarded entrance. There is a single tower which has gone unused since the death of Alexander’s beloved wife. The center courtyard is the tsar’s garden, where he tends to his most treasured possession.

Vasily, Dmitri Tsarevich, Ivan, and Alexander have lived there for all their lives.

Tsar Alexander's Palace

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