To the north and west of Anterthadwy, the church of Dia makes its home in Gwasanaeth on the banks of the Brân. It rises unobtrusively from the Plains of Dwthwn, a wide city of low stone buildings, sturdy and gray against the oft-sunny sky. The Emerald Coast’s dirt roads widen as they approach the City of Servants, accommodating the constant traffic that moves through the town. The streets are paved with wide flagstone cobbles, heavily worn despite their constant upkeep. Nothing characterizes modern Gwasanaeth so much as motion, with a constant bustle of cheerful church bureaucracy moving its travelers through the city’s quarters.
Meadhan Kirke rests at the very heart of the city. From its slate walls stream couriers and suppliants, mendicants and pilgrims, commoner and noble alike.