It was more of a military camp than a city. The Yotian warlord and his forces traveled here to meet the Fallaji qadir and his own armies to strike a peace agreement. Both Urza and Mishra came along, where they saw each other for the first time since they had left Tocasia's camp. Their meeting was filled with awkward tension, and they did not engage in warm conversation. When the warlord and the qadir could not agree on ownership of the Sword Marches, a fight broke out, and the qadir assassinated the warlord in a quick fit of rage. The two armies then fell into all-out battle, the meeting having been a failure.