From The Heretic Knowledge Vault
In the Errant Road free-form on-line role-playing game, Kiyoka is a significant venue for player-character activities. As in the Poe-verse, the Errant Road version of Kiyoka is a fairly large city on the coast of the main island of Tsuiraku. It functions as a seaport, with considerable commerce connecting it to ports in other countries -- not all of it entirely legal, of course. Much of the early action in Errant Road took place in Kiyoka's dock district, which can be reasonably described as "rough." It also is the site of a warp gate that has been important in the development of the Errant Road plot lines, and is served by airship as well.
Relatively little is known of Kiyoka in the Poe-verse, so that most of its characteristics in the world of Errant Road are embellishments that should not be considered "canon."
Because much of the action in Errant Road has been in Kiyoka, a number of sites in the city have been developed in some detail. Among these are:
- Department of Homeland Security -- combination police and military complex, commanded by the NPC Captain Kitaura
- Happy Wanderer Inn -- small traveler's inn where Argus spends a night and has an uncomfortable encounter with one of Kitaura's minions; it's actually an okay place anyway
- Heer Thar Be Draagons -- travel agency specializing in "adventure travel," run by PC Lucas Ravanel
- Leaping Lizard Saloon -- watering hole
- Rising Moon Vineyards -- overtly a wine-making operation run by Layla and Arty Samuels, but also the "cover" and home base for the Gewehr presence in town; currently unoccupied after Arty's death and Layla's return to Kugelheim
- The Temple of the Divine Dwarf has a church in town
- Veracian Mission -- branch of the Veracian Church established as part of a "cultural exchange" program; many significant NPCs are members
- Warp gate -- scene of the mysterious disappearance of Father Egbert, important to the story line
It's also known that there's a theater somewhere in town, since Brother Farley and his fiancee Kristi caught a performance of "An Elf Princess in Farrel" there. In general, Kiyoka should be assumed to have all the usual things that a decent-sized Tsuirakuan city has on offer, just one that's rather out in the boonies.