Hey Howy, I noticed a couple of things regarding Weeping Town.
The town hall seems to ignore the plotting of the town. Is there a specific reason for this?
Septs and septries
Where are all the septs and septries? So far, the currently 300-ish households in Weeping Town only have (what I assume) a small 7x7 sept to worship their gods at.
You seem to be missing the island septry, which did a great job of sheltering the bay of the town.
Drydocks were incredibly rare in medieval Europe; most ships were constructed on land well into the 18th century, including the standing war fleets of 17th century. Is there a specific reason to have a drydock at Weeping Town?
I noticed the canonically wooden wall of the town has an imposing stone gatehouse and large stone towers. I’d like to point out that “town wall” refers to the defenses of the town as a whole, including towers and gates along the walls. The stone parts of the defences would thus be inaccurate.
The walls also seem to be periodically interupted by houses. While this is not uncommon for stone walls as houses would be built against them, I’m having a hard time imagining a villager tearing down part of the town’s defenses in order to build his or her house in its place.